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Parasailing and aerial sports

Experience the feeling of floating on the air and the adrenaline of a quick drop. The wild Chilean geography, full of hills and high mountains is the perfect setting for skydiving and all sorts of aerial sports.

Open your arms, sprint and jump into the adventure of parasailing in the north of Chile. Iconic places like the Morro de Arica or the Dragón Hill in Iquique give you amazing thrills that end by the seashore or on its steep dunes.

In Santiago, skydiving is one of the most popular adventure sports. Jumping out of a plane at more than 4,000 meters will get your heart racing and have you feeling like a bird.

The south of the country also has amazing places to conquer your vertigo. Destinations such as Pucón and Lican Ray offer clear skies for the adventure of group flying. Hungry for more? Try the thrilling experience of floating at 700 meters while pulled by a motorboat at Villarrica Lake. Parasailing is the ideal activity to enjoy the view from above.



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