Chile is a long and narrow country that stretches along the western edge of South America, with more than 6,000 km of coastline on the Pacific Ocean. Santiago, its capital, is located in a valley surrounded by the Andes and the Coastal Range.

Where to go?

Valparaiso and Vina del Mar

100 kilometers from Santiago de Chile we find Valparaíso, one of the most picturesque cities in all of South America.
Walking along the slopes of this port city on the Pacific coast you will be surrounded by a fusion of architectural styles that make it unique, combining the Victorian style brought by British immigrants who came to work in the port with the Spanish colonial legacy. .

San Pedro de Atacama (Valley of the Moon)

Who needs to travel to the Moon when there is such a place on Earth? Well, maybe getting to know both places would be better, but as long as you can't afford a space trip, you can at least get closer in terms of scenery by visiting the Valley of the Moon in the Atacama Desert.
In this desert is the Los Flamencos Nature Reserve, best known for its great tourist magnet: the Valley of the Moon.

Rapa Nui

Las 887 enormes estatuas talladas en piedra volcánica por los rapanui (pueblo de origen polinesio nativo de la isla), llamadas moai en el idioma local, es la imagen que hace mundialmente famosa a la Isla de Pascua, pero también su lejanía con cualquier otro territorio y su halo de misterio genera que tanta gente se interese en este pequeño punto del mapa.