Chile travel

Nature

Chile’s territory combines over 4,000 kilometers of wind-blown, ocean-swept coastline, the immense, mineral-rich northern desert, the majestic peaks of the Andes range, with thousands of active volcanoes strung along its length, and the hushed mystique of the southern evergreen forests. Come and experience the full glory of nature in Chile!

Visit the vast salt flats of the Atacama desert and the ice fields of Patagonia, passing through the fertile sun-soaked central valleys, famed World Biosphere Reserves and the myriad natural parks and reserves throughout the country.

Get away from it all and truly unwind in a remote desert oasis in the north of Chile, or revitalize your senses in rich southern landscapes filled with native species like the Araucaria pine.

Contemplate the immense Pacific ocean, swim in the cool waters of the calm southern lakes and absorb the invigorating energy of fast-moving Andean rivers. Breathe deeply in the purest air and delight in nature at its finest in Chile.

If you’re an animal lover, you’ll see well-known species in abundance and discover others that are simply unique to Chile. From the delicate miniature pudu deer through to giant cetaceans, Chile’s national parks and marine reserves are a veritable haven for fauna. Multiple species of flamingo and penguin, camelids like alpacas, guanacos and vicuñas and an infinite variety of small creatures will enliven your travels in Chile.



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Chile Creates Largest Marine Reserve in the Americas

@CNTraveler

The newly protected waters around the Desventuradas Islands contain many marine species found nowhere else on Earth.

A story for Tomorrow by Gnarly Bay productions

@Gnarly Bay

This video was written and produced while traveling through Chile & Patagonia with my girlfriend. We spent 5 weeks exploring this amazing co

10 Weird Animals From New Chile Reserve, Biggest in Americas

@CNTraveler

The newly protected waters around the Desventuradas Islands contain many marine species found nowhere else on Earth.

@ecochiletravel

Probably the cutest animal you will find in the Andes! -"Pudú" - Is the world's smallest deer from southern Chile and Argentina.

The 50 Most Beautiful Places in the World

@CNTraveler

Torres del Paine is like a microcosm of all the things that make Patagonia such a spectacular place: sky-high mountains, blue icebergs, and

20 Places to See Abroad Before You Die

@FodorsTravel

There are more sheep than people in the Magallanes Region of Chilean Patagonia—one of many factors that make Torres del Paine National Park 

Journey to Chile's Wild Islands

@National Geographic

In February 2013, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Enric Sala led a team of scientists and filmmakers to the Desventuradas Islands

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Codpa Grape Harvest Festival

Codpa Grape Harvest Festival In May, in the Pintatani Wine Valley they hold the Grape Harvest Festival. Among the cacti and the melancholy of the pampa, its inhabitants celebrate the production of this artisanal liquor. Folkloric traditions, the crowning of the festival’s queen, games and typical local food invite you to celebrate the history of […]

Codpa Grape Harvest Festival In May, in the Pintatani Wine Valley they hold the Grape Harvest Festival. Among the cacti[...]

Exponor 2017

Exponor 2017 International fair for technology and global innovations in mining.  This is held every two years, and it attracts domestic and international presenters from all five continents. The activity lasts for an entire week and includes seminars, business roundtables, technical lectures, and technological tours. All of these have converted this fair into a must-see […]

Exponor 2017 International fair for technology and global innovations in mining.  This is held every two years, and it attracts[...]

Machaq Mara

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 […]

Machaq Mara The Aymara and Quechua indigenous cultures share the same spirit of ancestral celebrations for welcoming in the arrival[...]

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