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Chile, The Land of Contrasts

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Chile, the land of contrasts, runs for almost 2,700 miles along a narrow strip between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean. It’s an astoundingly varied mix of landscapes and climates including natural wonders like the most arid desert in the world and the glaciers of Patagonia.
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San Pedro de Atacama, Antofagasta Region, Chile
Northern Chile is home to the world’s most arid desert, the Atacama, with fascinating salt flats, hot springs, and geysers. At its heart is San Pedro de Atacama, a charming low-key town that has maintained its authentic village atmosphere while...
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Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile
Vibrant and modern Santiago sits at the foot of the Andes and is one of the most important capitals of Latin America. Located in the center of the country, Santiago is where most international flights land and the starting point of adventures in...
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Patagonia has two distinct halves, with northern Patagonia famous for its dense forests and many lakes, rivers, and fjords. Fly-fishing is a big draw and you can test your skills on the Simpson and Baker Rivers, home to some of the world’s best...
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Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego
Southern Patagonia is one of those rare places where the views seem to extend beyond the horizon in every direction and you can be utterly at peace. If you want to do more than just be at one with nature, you can choose from trekking, bird...
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I think this is the most mysterious place I have ever been. It is just crazy that no one truly knows who built these or why. Having been to Peru, I could definitely see the Inca influence on the base under the Moai. But I have also been to...