Chile is a heaven for nature and outdoor lovers. Within the state, one can discover a distinct range of landscapes, including vineyards, deserts, beaches, lakes, volcanoes, icebergs, and woodlands. Environment, culture, cuisine, a, d customs are a few of the reasons to visit Chile.
Its capital, Santiago has a buzzing culinary and cultural scene and has bloomed into one of the continent’s most modern and vibrant capitals.
Pucon is a charming alpine town in southern Chile best known for still active Villarrica Volcano where you can ski, snowboard or snowshoes all yet cold. The road from its crest to Lake Villarrica below is a grand 1.5-2-hour ski, and hikers can devote a few days seeking the caves in the area. The peak is hemmed in by woods which are still home to the domestic people who own the land.
The fortuitous mix of high altitude, aridity, and low light pollution, Chile’s the Atacama Desert has two-hundred cloudless nights a year and stellar conditions for stargazing, and it’s home to the clearest night skies in the world.
Chile has diverse wildlife, such as the Andean flamingo, condor, Humboldt and Magellanic penguin, guiña and colocolo wildcats, puma, as well as and four species of camelid (llama, alpaca, guanaco, and vicuña).
Torres del Paine National Park home to magnificent cliffs, gigantic icebergs, reservoirs, and streams. Placed in the southern extreme of Patagonia is an enormous ice field in the world, Glacier Grey, which sets up colorful blue and green icebergs. Get bracing for some severe hikes for the most exquisite views. This is the ideal place to be one with nature.