Traveling to Chile makes for a robust, exciting and adventurous vacation. Chile travel comprises diverse offerings, from traveling to Chile's cities, including Santiago and Valparíso, ecotourism, exploring Chile's wine regions and, of course, finding romance in it all. This Chile travel guide will help you plan your Chile travel, whether you want to explore a city or relax on a beach.
Named for his mistress's wild hair, Pablo Neruda built this secret hideaway for their trysts. Take the guided tour of the collection and unique space.
This little ice cream and sandwich shop offers amazing handmade ice cream with flavours like rose petal and choco-chili.
Grab an earthy vegetarian lunch at this popular local Santiago restaurant, or sneak next door to the Café La Huerta for a sandwich.
Catch a movie by a local director or an international independent film. The low prices and intimate setting in Santiago attract the local art crowd.
A cute little village on the road between the Tatio Geysers and San Pedro; the small white church is the oldest in the area.
These moai statues sit on Chile's Easter Island. Going to Chile and not seeing these giant heads standing on the island's slopes would be a huge mistake.
This Elqui Valley observatory lets you be the astronomer and look up into Chile's northern skies, which are some of the clearest in the southern hemisphere.
Don't forget to see the largest geoglyph in the world. A full 86 meters long, this giant artwork looks like a stylized alien when seen from about 200m up the hill.
Active volcanoes, and deep tones of multi-coloured water create a surreal backdrop for hot springs in which a visitor can rest for hours.
Chile's most inspiring museum, where over three thousand pieces represent the many Latin American peoples of the 10,000 year pre-Colombian era.
This small museum is an exact replica of the ship in Magellan's fleet of five that actually survived the entire trip around the world.
This park in the south of Chile, with its spectacular landscape, vegetation and wildlife doesn't leave visitors disappointed.
Relax and surf in this little town, maybe visit the ruins of the grand old 19th century casino to dream about the seaside resort that once was.
Down the road from the town of San Pedro, this geyser field created by the Tatio Volcano offers a different perspective on desert landscapes.
Hike the granite mountains around the clear lakes on well-maintained trails with many different degrees of difficulty.