Most of my Chile trip was spent living like a local in Santiago. There is so much to do in Santiago, I hardly know where to begin.
Concepción is a large city in Chile known for its mysterious beauty and fascinating history. Located on the banks of the Bíobío River, it offers a wealth of cultural experiences, outdoor adventures and natural attractions.
Rapa Nui is a destination like no other. With its fascinating ancient history and remarkable culture, if you have the means to go there, you simply should.
Although it’s a town, San Pedro de Atacama should not be missed off any Chile trip. It’s the gateway to the Atacama Desert, the world’s driest desert, as well as the Salar de Atacama salt flats.
The stunning natural landscape surrounding the city offers a wealth of opportunities for exploration, including glaciers, mountains, and fjords to explore.