Easter Island - Chile
Chile’s cultural roots are as diverse as its landscapes, and have shaped the uniquely Chilean identity. Spend time with the indigenous peoples and experience their traditions! Discover unique archaeological relics and explore the country’s history in its many museums.
Immerse yourself in the ways of the northern Altiplano (highland) villages to learn more about the Aymara people and their traditions.
Discover the spirited Mapuche people of the central and southern heartlands, where you can sleep in a ruca, sample their traditional dishes and learn about the curative properties of the medicinal plants widely grown to this day.
On Easter Island, visit the enigmatic moai and rub shoulders with the Rapa Nui way of life.
Listen to the legends of the storytellers on Chiloé and visit the island’s famous churches, 16 of which have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
And don’t miss the traditional festivals throughout the country! You will be warmly welcomed at the grape harvest fiestas in the central wine-growing regions, the festival of La Tirana in the Atacama desert and the splendid Con la Fuerza del Sol carnival in the north.
Easter Island - Chile
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MTB Atacama Challenger The hostile and renowned landscapes of the driest desert in the world are the backdrop for one of the most important mountain bike races at an international level. The MTB Atacama Challenger is a three-day challenge where tourism, culture, and ecology blend together along this course of almost 150 kms. Parts of […]
MTB Atacama Challenger The famous geography of the landscapes from the world’s driest desert is the stage for one of the most important mountain bike races in the world. The MTB Atacama Challenger is a three-day trial where tourism, culture and ecology are intertwined in a course of almost 150 km. Stages with arid and […]
Machaq Mara The Aymara and Quechua indigenous cultures share the same spirit of ancestral celebrations for welcoming in the arrival of a new cycle since many thousands of years ago. This tradition remains alive in the north of Chile thanks to the indigenous peoples who have not forgotten their roots and who proudly preserve their […]