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San Alfonso del Mar
Hotel in Santiago
Guatin, also known as the Valley of the Cactus, is where the rivers Purifica and Puritana meet near San Pedro de Atacama and thus allow for large cactuses to grow up to eight meters high. Surrounding volcanos such as Licancabur complete this unique settin
Lagunas Miscanti and Miñiques form a beautiful setting in Chilean Altiplano.
Valle de la Luna Chile Valley of the Moon Chile
Cerro Santa Lucia Santa Lucia Hill
Urban Park in Santiago
An urban oasis in the heart of Santiago.
Santiago Santiago de Chile
A windswept frontier town at the tip of South America.
Isla Magdalena is a sanctuary for Chile's Magellanic penguins.
Alberto de Agostini National Park Parque Nacional Alberto de Agostini
Torres del Paine National Park Parque Nacional Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine is a mountainous national park with glaciers, lakes and rivers in Chile's Patagonia. The most famous is the Cuernos del Paine.
Rapa Nui National Park
National Park in Easter Island
This national park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and encompasses the fascinating history of Easter Island.
Puntiagudo Valcano Puntiagudo-Cordón Cenizos
Llanquihue Lake Lago Llanquihue
Osorno Volcano, known as the ‘King of the South’, is a stratovolcano that is located in the Andes Mountains, at the edge of Lake Llanquihue in Chile.
Aconcagua Valley Parque Provincial Aconcagua
“From the best land, the best wine.” –Don Maximiano Errázuriz
Marble Cathedral General Carrera Lake Caves
Salar de Atacama
Salar de Atacama in Chile is the world's largest and purest active source of lithium, containing 27% of the world's lithium reserve base and as of 2008 provided almost 30% of the world's lithium carbonate supply, followed by China with 23%.
San Rafael Glacier Glaciar San Rafael
Chiloé Island Isla de Chiloé
Lauca National Park Parque Nacional Lauca
Easter Island Isla de Pascua
Haunting and mysterious, Easter Island is most remote inhabited place on Earth.
Casa de Isla Negra Beach Residence of poet Pablo Neruda
Casa de Isla Negra was Pablo Neruda's beach residence.
Flowering desert desierto florido