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 ...
“We enjoyed the trip a lot was a great experience. We only wished that rather than spending 1-2 nights in Sucre Potosi or Uyuni we could get to spend more time in larger cities: La Paz and Santiago. there was not enough time for these cities.”
“Very good tour although a couple more days in La Paz and less time in Sucre (and/ or Cusco) would've been great. One and a half days in La Paz is not enough at all especially If you do the death road. Don't need that many free days in Cusco either. ”
“The group was a lot smaller than I was expecting but this ended up being really nice as our group bonded well. It seems insane that the same amount of time is spent in Sucre and Potosi as say La Paz or Santiago. More time is needed in those places! ”
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.
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 del Paine, home to a 3700 year old tree. Other attractions include Easter Island and its odd stone statues and the wonders of Moon Valley in the Atacama Desert.
There are hot deserts and beaches in Chile, but there are also mountains and glaciers. For a holiday in Chile, pack for all types of weather and try to dress in layers for long days out.
Many bank machines in Chile will not accept foreign bank cards. Do your research before the trip to find out which banks will work for you, and be sure to exchange money before you travel.
Colourful Chilean sunrises and sunsets are some of the most beautiful in the world. Take some siestas during the day so you get to experience both.
When dining in Chile, be prepared to eat slightly later than you are used to. Lunch in typically served around 2pm, while dinner is not eaten until anywhere from 8pm to 10pm. Chileans also have a snack time called 'once' - a light dinner of hot drinks and cakes. Chile is rich in food culture, so know what you must not miss to eat in Chile.
Earthquakes are very common in Chile, but there's no need to be alarmed. While you may feel a tremor or two during your visit, the country is built to withstand even large earthquakes.