From the powerful Andes mountain range to the granite towers and icebergs of Torres del Paine National Park, and from the dry and desolate Atacama desert and the polished infrastructure of Santiago to the lush central wine region. Stepping into Chile is like stepping through the looking glass into another world. The rugged and sheer natural beauty of the country’s wildlife will hypnotise and amaze even the most seasoned adventurer.
Natural wonders here are on a colossal scale – ever wonder what the face of the moon looks like, or what it’s like to experience all four seasons in one day, to see the lighthouse at the end of the world, or to feel the ground rumble beneath you from the mighty roar of the Salto Grande waterfall?
One thing we know for sure about Chile is that no matter how hard we try, it is impossible to exaggerate the beauty of Patagonia. Strap on your crampons and grab your alpine batons to scale up a frozen Patagonian glacier, saddle up for a gaucho inspired horseback ride, or dive into untouched hot springs. Tuck into a traditional asado before watching the sun set over majestic glaciers, or gaze up at a star-studded sky shining brightly above snow-capped mountains, not a soul around.