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Find the best tips to travel through Chile, you can explore Santiago, enjoy Viña del Mar, Valparaíso and Reñaca beach, walk around San Pedro de Atacama, or try a hike in Torres del Paine... it's all up to you!

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    Valle de La Luna - Moon Valley, Chile (San Pedro de Atacama)

    Valle de la Luna, advertised as ‘Moon Valley’ in English, is part of the Salt Mountain Range which offers stunning clinal and anticlinal formations in a perfectly barren landscape. Almost all tours include watching the sunset there, you shouldn’t miss it! The large stone walls resemble those of the Grand Canyon in Arizona, sans river. […]

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    Geysers del Tatio

    Located at 4,200m above sea level, and a 100km away from town, Geysers de el Tatio are some of the highest geysers in the world. It’s also the third-largest geyser site on Earth, with over 80 active ones. Most agencies travel there at 4 AM. The spectacle is hard to forget-even if the geysers themselves are […]

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    Hostal Triskel (Pisco Elqui, Chile)

    Hostal Triskel is by far the best place to stay in Pisco Elqui, if you don’t want to camp in town. Yayo, its owner is a relaxed person and you’ll notice that he loves the place, he built the hostel himself and has put a lot of effort in order to give a very characteristic […]

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    La Picada del Shagy (Restaurant Puerto Natales)

    If you wonder where to eat in Puerto Natales, La Picada del Shagy is the place where you will find typical chilean sandwiches and other preparations like “Pichangas” and “Chorrillanas” at very low prices. This is the ideal restaurant for backpackers if you don’t want to spend too much money and eat tasty food. For example […]

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    Ancud

    If you are heading to Chiloe Island in southern Chile, after crossing the Chacao Channel from Puerto Montt in the company of sea lions and Chilean dolphins, a narrow country road will lead you to Ancud, a city situated on the northern coast of Chiloé‘s larger island.  Get in The bus from Puerto Montt that […]

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    Castro (Chiloé)

    Castro is located in the center of the main island of Chiloé, 172 kilometers from Puerto Montt, this city is the gateway to the rest of the Chiloe archipelago. Though it is nestled among rolling hills and lush vegetation, this city offers a wide array of tourist services and service to other locales on Chiloé […]

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    Santiago Central Market

    The Mercado Central de Santiago is known by everyone as the central market of Santiago de Chile. It was opened in 1872 and Fermín Vivaceta was in charge of its construction. The market replaced the former Plaza del Abasto, which was destroyed by a fire in 1864. For many years it was the main place […]

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    Torres del Paine (National Park)

    Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most beautiful natural wonders of the world, as it has a privileged flora and fauna. This place is preferred by people who like trekking, hiking and all the experience goes around the two towers of the park, or two mountains that stand strongly in the landscape. […]

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    San Pedro de Atacama

    San Pedro de Atacama is located 1,700 kilometers from Santiago de Chile and 160 km from the Argentinian border. This village is the main access point to the world’s driest desert and one of the largest, which creates truly amazing views.  The Atacama Desert is well known for its beautiful natural formations that create significant […]

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    Pisco Elqui Square (Elqui Valley)

    Pisco Elqui, was earlier called The Union, but in 1939 the Chilean President Gabriel González Videla decides to change its name to protect the rights of the origin of the pisco from the Peruvian. The town of Pisco Elqui has different alleys where you can walk through its quiet streets and observe the life of its various inhabitants, […]