Chuquicamata is considered the second biggest hole in the world, located just 16 km north of Calama in northern Chile.
The wind, rain and stormy seas that surround Chiloé conceal a world of myths and legends unique to the island.
The Maule Valley forms the southernmost tip of Chile’s long, fertile Central Valley and is home to one of Chile’s oldest viticulture traditions.
Chilean Patagonia is one of the most untamed places on earth, and unmissable for those who want to get in touch with the natural world.
Traffic, inclement weather, thoughts of the future - it’s all whisked away by the clack-clack-clack of the wheels on the tracks.
The aurora polaris is a stunning natural light display that appears in the night skies, with bright columns of light shining for a few moments before disappearing into darkness.
The spectacular Andes mountain range gives rise to a wealth of rivers that crash, plunge, flow and meander through Chile’s fertile countryside before meeting the Pacific Ocean.
The earth holds many secrets, preserved and guarded for centuries in ancient traditions - and Chile is no exception.
Northern Chile is the world’s top destination for international astronomy, with crystal-clear skies and cutting-edge technology that lets astronomers see far into the galaxies beyond.
For the business traveler headed to an Antofagasta convention or one of Santiago’s hotels, the prospect of souvenirs may be daunting in a land renowned for its wine (airline restrictions), woolen goods (bulky) and salmon (smelly).
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