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Chile

Country: Chile

Explore Chile!

Holidays in Chile are a variety of natural landscapes, a combination of ecological and active travel for individual or group travelers. The country of Chile is unique in its variety of climatic zones - in one trip you can see the real antagonists of nature - the San Pedro de Atacama Desert or the blue-blue glaciers of South Patagonia.
And between them lie picturesque roads along the ocean or at the edge of the Andes. From the port of Punta Arenas, you can start an exciting route through Patagonia through the Lake District (Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas) with its secluded chalets away from the crowds of tourists. Then get to Puerto Natales - the starting point to the Torres del Paine National Park, the start of cruises along the Strait of Last Hope or visiting the Serrano and Balmaceda glaciers. Dense forests framed by glaciers, caves and grottoes, farms and fishing, thermal springs, volcanoes, as well as exciting roads for motorcycle tours await you in this amazing region of Latin America!
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The colorful houses of the city of Valparaiso, the exquisite facades of the colonial and modern buildings of the capital, Santiago de Chile - for a close acquaintance with the culture and history of the country. The "Region of the Rivers" and Valdivia will be of interest to those who are imbued with the charm of the cities on the river, who would like to visit the fish market, see a colony of fur seals or go to the festival of farewell to summer, the so-called "Valdivian Night". When traveling in Chile, tours to Easter Island (Rapa Nui) in Polynesia stand apart. This mysterious island, with its majestic monumental sculptures of "moai" made of plastic volcanic tuff, still haunts the inquisitive minds of both enthusiastic tourists and eminent scientists.
 Listen to the versions of numerous theories about the origin of stone idols or the legend about the original civilization that inhabited Easter Island in antiquity, or we can just enjoy the shining stars over this island of land isolated in the ocean - it's up to you!

Here are the top eleven reasons to visit Chile for a cultural, biological and geological experience that you literally cannot find anywhere else in the world

Santiago
Santiago’s numerous distinctive neighbourhoods offer a variety of intriguing attractions; the city is very pedestrian friendly and visitors will feel quite comfortable on biking or walking tours.
Santiago’s Mercado Central is a sprawling market housed in a massive historic cast iron building. The Mercado Central draws Chileans of every stripe, who select from a bountiful display of fresh fish, meat, vegetables and produce. Formal restaurants and informal eateries are wedged among the rows of stalls, and the people-watching is as interesting as the shopping.
Tranquilty
Chile’s southern Patagonia region is a land of mountains, fjords, lakes and forests offering relatively isolated and inspiring landscapes far from the crowds. The resort town of Puerto Varas was dates back to colonization by German immigrants in the mid- to late 1880s. Their influence remains in the city’s numerous homes and public buildings finished in German period architectural styles.
Valparaiso’s funiculars
The historic coastal city offers a visual feast hinted at by its nicknames “San Francisco of the South” and “Jewel of the Pacific. Valparaiso is a UNESCO World Heritage city built upon a network of 42 steep hills dotted with brightly colored buildings winding upward from the shore.
Sand boarding & star gazing
By day, strap on a sand board and hit the slopes of the immense sand dunes. By night, San Pedro is one of the best spots on earth to whet your astrological appetite. The high altitude conditions of dry air and very few clouds make it a perfect place to view a star-studded sky.
Wine time
Chile’s eternal rivalry with Argentina has led residents of the former to estimate they produce 10 times as much wine as their beloved neighbors. Indeed, Chile is the world’s fifth-largest exporter of wine and its eighth-largest producer according to Tourism Ministry estimates.
Most importantly for visitors, wine-making regions within an hour of downtown Santiago are accessible for personalized tours. The Colchagua Valley is Chile’s premier wine-making region, home to about 20 wineries which formed the foundation of the country’s original wine route, established 15 years ago.
The Greatest Biodiversity
The Tropical Andes is officially considered the area of our planet with the greatest variety of lifeforms. It covers an area of 485,716 square miles, running from the northern mountains of Chile up through Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and finishing in Venezuela. So far scientists have identified a huge 45,000 species of plants, 1,666 birds, 414 mammals, and 1,309 reptiles and amphibians living in this extraordinarily vibrant strip of land, and they’re not even finished yet! This amazing diversity is caused by the dramatic peaks and valleys of the Andes, which create a whole host of different habitats within a limited space.
The Oldest Mummy
When thinking of ancient civilisations and mummification, it’s usually the pyramids of ancient Egypt that spring to mind first. But Chile has a rich and extensive pre-Columbian culture of its own to appeal to fans of history. In fact, Chile can lay claim to the oldest human-made mummy that has been discovered in the world so far, which was found in Arica in the very north of the country. Mummification was practiced by the Chinchorro people some two thousand years before the Egyptian mummies and the oldest mummy of all, that of a small child, dates back to 5050 BC.
The Longest Mountain Range
The whole length of Chile is dominated by the Andean Cordillera, the longest continental mountain range in the world. Of course not all of it is in Chile and in fact the mountains run continuously for about 4,300 miles, through seven Latin American countries. As a result, there’s almost nowhere you can go in Chile that isn’t chock full of staggering scenery and opportunities for adventure ranging from a day hike in the Andes, to climbing, white water rafting, skiing and snowboarding. Even the capital city Santiago is surrounded by breathtaking snow-frosted peaks and is a great jumping-off point for the mountains.
The Driest Desert
Ironically, the driest desert on earth - the Atacama Desert - is located next to the world’s largest body of water, the Pacific Ocean. Some areas of the Atacama Desert haven’t seen any kind of rain for over 400 years, whilst others see just 1 millimetre a year. The lack of clouds makes this a popular spot for astronomers, both amateur and professional alike, who come to enjoy a clear view of the star-studded skies. And once every three to five years, the El Niño phenomenon causes an increase in winter rainfall, triggering a spectacular bloom of brightly coloured flowers that transforms the desert into another world.
The Highest Volcano
If you were going to choose one country to look for the world’s highest volcano, Chile would be a good place to start. The country is home to around 620 volcanoes in total - although fortunately only 36 are listed as currently active - but the summit of Ojos del Salado in the Atacama region puts them all in the shade at 6,910 metres high. Due to its position near the Atacama Desert, the mountain is generally dry and snow-free, making it a great location for a fairly easy hike. You might even catch a slight smell of sulphur on the breeze, a gentle reminder that this is still an active volcano.
Incredible mountain adventures
Hiking, climbing, kayaking, and camping in the Torres del Paine attract thrill seekers from all over the world. Puerto Natales is the main town and a popular starting point for tourists to arrange their Patagonian adventures. Other than Torres del Paine, many explore Bernardo O’Higgins National Park (one of the largest protected areas in Chile) or take part in an intimate penguin experience from Punta Arenas.

Citises and places of Chile

The most famous tourist cities and places in Chile are the capital of Santiago, Valparaiso, Valdivia, the Wine Valleys of Chile, the Atacama Desert, the Lake District and the port of Punto Arenas in South Patagonia

There are over 48 large cities and most popular places in Chile

Easter Island

Iquique

La Serena

Pucón

Puerto Natales & Torres del Paine

Puerto Varas

San Pedro de Atacama

Punta Arenas

Santiago

Valdivia

Valparaíso

Easter Island

Iquique

La Serena

Pucón

Puerto Natales & Torres del Paine

Punta Arenas

Puerto Varas

San Pedro de Atacama

Santiago

Valdivia

Valparaíso

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For travellers to Chile

- Torres Del Paine with breathtaking views of the peaks
- Lake district: Here you can visit the hot springs and go on an adventurous trip
- Atacama desert, the driest desert on earth

Ada Tours travel agency is happy to organize your unforgettable vacation in Chile, as well as excursions to the best sights of Chilean cities and regions - Southern Patagonia, the Lake District, the cities of Santiago, Valparaiso, Valdivia, Punta Arenos, Easter Island, and the San Pedro de Desert -Atacama. Eco-tours in Chile are campsites and exquisite lodges near Puerto Montt and Puerto Natales. For the most active - trekking tours in the Torres del Paine park, a campground with a view of Fitz Roy, glacier storming or climbing volcanoes. The adrenaline of the Chilean roads will appeal to motorcycle travelers, for whom not only excellent roads and highways are available, but also a full off-road enduro.
Jeep tours in the Atacama Desert to the east of Antofagasta will allow you to see lagoon lakes with pink flamingos, huge salt marshes, geysers and the famous Valley of the Moon. Wine tours and exquisite gastronomy will appeal to connoisseurs of good cuisine. We will be happy to develop a route through the delightful country of Chile, where a combination of ecological tourism, almost wild nature and a multi-layered cultural component allow us to develop an excursion tour in Chile for every taste!

Bespoke travel itineraries and Tours to Chile by Tour Operator Ada Tours

The Leasure in Chile

Ada Tours travel agency is happy to organize your unforgettable vacation in Chile, as well as excursions to the best sights of Chilean cities and regions - Southern Patagonia, the Lake District, the cities of Santiago, Valparaiso, Valdivia, Punta Arenos, Easter Island, and the San Pedro de Desert -Atacama. Eco-tours in Chile are campsites and exquisite lodges near Puerto Montt and Puerto Natales. For the most active - trekking tours in the Torres del Paine park, a campground with a view of Fitz Roy, glacier storming or climbing volcanoes. The adrenaline of the Chilean roads will appeal to motorcycle travelers, for whom not only excellent roads and highways are available, but also a full off-road enduro. Jeep tours in the Atacama Desert to the east of Antofagasta will allow you to see lagoon lakes with pink flamingos, huge salt marshes, geysers and the famous Valley of the Moon. Wine tours and exquisite gastronomy will appeal to connoisseurs of good cuisine. We will be happy to develop a route through the delightful country of Chile, where a combination of ecological tourism, almost wild nature and a multi-layered cultural component allow us to develop an excursion tour in Chile for every taste!



Bespoke travel itineraries and Tours to Chile by Tour Operator Ada Tours