A trip to Chile is all about getting close to nature, diversity and adventure. Chile is one of those few countries where you would love to take a wrong turn, for it might lead you to a hidden oasis, something that is unexplored by most travelers. It helps to make plans, but don’t be too stringent or driven by time. The ideal way to explore Chile is to take it slow and let your journey guide you to your destination.
Before wine became a hot commodity in Chile, it found its way into every dining table. Today, Chilean wine has become famous for all over the world. The country has started producing sophisticated palates and its floral roses and classy reds are perfect for all kinds of occasions. The country is home to some of the best wine regions on the planet such as Maipo and Casablanca.
The Country Which Teaches the Stars
Chile’s unique arrangement of the sea and the mountains ensures that it presents some of the clearest night skies in the world. Add to this the stunning natural beauty and you have the perfect destination to spend long nights in the arms of your loved one, doing nothing but naming stars looking at the night sky. Chile is also home to a number of national parks, including the Torres de Paine, home to a 3700 year old tree. Other attractions include Easter Island and its odd stone statues and the wonders of Moon Valley.