In the far south of Chile, deep in Patagonia, remains one of the planet's last truly wild rivers. Fed by glacial rivers and lakes, the pristine waters of the Baker River are a cool azure blue.
In Chile's south, a vast turquoise blue expanse of water sweeps through Patagonian wilderness, so huge it has its own micro-climate, so remote an excursion across its waters feels like an expedition rather than trip.
Say the phrase "Cohaique, Chile" to a fly fishing enthusiast anywhere in the world and you'll undoubtedly be met with an enthusiastic grin.
Chile's Aysén region is ready and waiting for this year's tourism season to spring to life, and is expecting a 10% increase in visitors this year.
During these winter vacations, Fraile Ski Resort offers the perfect option for fun and entertainment.
The imposing massif, riddled with fissures and routes for sport climbing, may be one of the world's best climbing spots.
The Carretera Austral - or highway Route 7 - is the principal land route connecting Chilean Patagonia, stretching 1,240 km between Puerto Montt and Villa O'Higgins.
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