Explore Chile

Central Valley

The central region of Chile features a mild, Mediterranean climate. This is Chile’s breadbasket, with fertile valleys and rolling fields that harvest a large share of the country’s fruit and…

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Easter Island

Hidden in the endless wastes of the Pacific, nearly 2,500 miles from the coast of Chile, the small remnant of volcanic rock named Easter Island was once the most isolated…

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Lake District

The region south of the Río Biobío to Puerto Montt is collectively known as the Lake District, a fairy-tale land of emerald forests, snowcapped volcanoes, frothing waterfalls, and hundreds of…

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Northern Desert

This region claims the world’s driest desert, a pastel-colored “wasteland” set below a chain of volcanoes and high-altitude salt flats. The sun-baked region is flecked with oases such as San…

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Few places in the world have captivated the imagination of explorers and travelers like Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. The region’s harsh, wind-whipped climate and its geological curiosities have produced…

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Santiago, one of South America’s most sophisticated cities, is a thriving metropolis that’s home to five million people, or nearly a third of Chile’s entire population. Though it ranks third…

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