Top 10 Places to Visit in Chile
This list of top 10 places to visit in Chile shows you the highlights of the country. I have been backpacking in Chile 2 times already where I managed to visit 13 of 15 regions.
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Due to it’s long and narrow shape Chile is one of the most diverse countries on the continent. Therefore Backpacking in Chile is very attractive but also time consuming in matters of covering distances – you should plan your journey well and avoid underestimation of distances!
Things to do in Chile covered in this video:
- Atacama Desert, San Pedro de Atacama,
- Streetart in Valparaiso, Valparaiso
- Osorno Volcano, Puerto Varas
- Villarrica Volcano, Pucon
- Carretera Austral & Fjords near Puerto Montt
- Futaleufú River, Futaleufu
- Marble Caves, Puerto Rio Tranquilo
- O'Higgins Glacier and O'Higgins Lake, Villa O'Higgins
- Torres del Paine, Puerto Natales (a must do in Chile!)
- Isla Magdalena & Los Pinguinos, Punta Arenas
Best Places to Visit in Chile: your favorites?
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10 Best Places and attractions to Visit in Chile: Chilean Fjords, Chilean Lake District, Chiloe Island, Easter Island, Iquique, La Serena, San Pedro de Atacama, Santiago, Torres del Paine, Valparaiso
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List of Best Places to Visit in Chile: 1. Easter Island, 2. Torres del Paine, 3. San Pedro de Atacama, 4. Chilean Lake District, 5. Valparaiso, 6. Chilean Fjords, 7. Iquique, 8. Chiloé Island, 9. Santiago, 10. La Serena
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20 Things to do in Santiago de Chile Travel Guide
Our trip to Chile wouldn't have been complete without a visit to the capital, so towards the end of our stay we decided to visit Santiago. We had 4 days to discover what the city was all about, so we set out to visit the main attractions, sample Chilean food (Comida Chilena), and explore various neighborhoods on foot. We may not have been able to see it all, but the following is our experience in the city. For anyone planning a similar trip, here's a look at 20 things to do in Santiago de Chile on your visit:
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20 Things to do in Santiago de Chile Travel Guide
1) Santa Lucia Hill (Cerro Santa Lucía)
2) Lastarria Neighborhood (Barrio Lastarria)
3) Gelato Ice Cream at Emporio La Rosa (Helado)
4) Funicular ride to Santiago Metropolitan Park (San Cristóbal Hill)
5) Chorrillana (French fries with sliced beef and onions)
6) Plaza de Armas (main square of Santiago)
7) The Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago (Catedral Metropolitana de Santiago)
8) Panoramic Sunset views of Santiago at the Sky Costanera (Costanera Center Torre 2 - Gran Torre Santiago) or from a rooftop apartment
9) Pisco Sour as a beverage in the afternoon or evening
10) Mercado Central de Santiago (Central Market)
11) Ceviche for lunch at Mercado Central de Santiago
12) Parque Forestal de Santiago de Chile (Forest Park)
13) Palacio de la Moneda (Coin Palace)
14) Centro Cultural Palacio de la Moneda (Cultural Center)
15) Empanada as a snack
16) Craft Beer (Cervezas Artesanales)
17) Barrio Bellavista (Bellavista Neighborhood)
18) MNBA - Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts)
19) MAC - Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (Contemporary Art Museum)
20) Paris-Londres Neighborhood (Barrio París-Londres)
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Santa Lucia is an urban park smack dab in the middle of Santiago and it’s a popular hangout in the afternoons and weekends. The hike is a pleasant one with lots to see, including fountains, spiralling staircases, defensive forts, sprawling gardens, and cool lookout points.
Lastarria is a neighbourhood located just east of Santa Lucia hill and it was once the bohemian hub of the city.Today it is very popular with tourists as it offers an outdoors flea market, an international mix of cafes and restaurants, & live music.
For panoramic views of the city, ride the funicular to the top of San Cristobal Hill.
Plaza de Armas is the heart of Santiago’s historic centre. There are lots of benches under the cover of palm trees, and the place is buzzing with activity. The Metropolitan Cathedral is located in the historic centre of Santiago overlooking the square. The construction you see today dates back to the year 1800, since previous cathedrals were destroyed in earthquakes.
Santiago’s Central Market is the place to come for the freshest food. You'll find rows of restaurants serving up everything from grilled fish to ceviche. We really like our ceviche, so we found a place serving exactly that.
Parque Forestal is a park that forms a long stretch of greenery along the Mapocho River. It’s a nice green escape in the middle of the city.
Palacio de la Moneda is the seat of the President of the Republic of Chile. This is where you can come to watch the changing of the guard. Just underneath Palacio de La Moneda, you’ll find Centro Cultural Palacio La Moneda, which is a cultural centre featuring exhibitions, design shops, and a small selection of cafes.
Bellavista is a cultural hub with lots of theatres, cinemas, cafes, museums, and restaurants. The most famed home in the neighbourhood is La Chascona, the home of the famed Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.
And that's a wrap for the Chilean capital! We hope you enjoyed this Santiago travel guide and that it gave you a few ideas of things to do, places to visit, and Chilean dishes to try in the city.
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1) Santiago: capital, cosmopolitan city, dining, history
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5) Atacama Desert: volcanoes, star gazing
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Top 10 Places to visit along the Carretera Austral, Chile
In this video guide I summed up my personal top 10 places to visit along the Carretera Austral in the most beautifula part of Chilean Patagonia
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The Carretera Austral is a mostly unpaved road that connects the most rural part of Patagonia in the very south of Chile. Tourism in this area is not as pronounced as it is in other parts of the country, as regular bus routes, accommodations and detailed info is hard to find.
But in this seclusion lies the attraction and a special charm. During my last trip I met very few travelers from Europe and North America. The locals welcomed me warmly and most attractions were not crowded.
After traveling this route twice via hitchhiking I thought it is about time that I put together a handy Carretera Austral guide which highlights the main sights along this 1200km long road. The video shows you my favorite places to visit from north to south, starting in Puerto Montt and finishing in Villa O’Higgins.
To do the Ruta 7 properly I recommend about 2 weeks - following I list all the places I visited & Things to do along the Carretera Austral:
- Fjords, Hornopiren, Pumalin Park, Chaiten
- Queulat National Park, Queulat Glacier, Puyuhuapi
- Rio Futaleufu, Futaleufu
- Cerro Castillo, Villa Cerro Castillo
- Marble Caves & Lago General Carrera, Puerto Rio Tranquilo
- Exploradores Glacier, Puerto Rio Tranquilo
- Rio Baker, Cochrane
- Caleta Tortel
- Villa O'Higgins
- O’Higgins Glacier
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Travel Guide to Chile
As the longest, thinnest country in the world, Chile stretches all the way from the borders with Bolivia and Peru in the north, 4,500ks to Tierra del Fuego in the south, and yet at its widest point it, in the Atacama Desert, is only 400ks across. Sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the towering Andes, this fascinating Latin American country is home to the world’s driest desert, arguably the continent’s most stunning national park, an impressive wine region and, on Chiloe Island, the home of the potato! An economically sound country that is fast become a first world nation, Chile has a huge amount to offer the modern traveller.
Unless coming in overland, most trips to Chile will start here in the nation’s capital, Santiago.
Although most guidebooks will tell you Santiago is not as exciting at Rio or as elegant and enchanting as Buenos Aires, and should be used only as a gateway to the rest of the country, I feel it is an interesting place to explore for a day or two. Like many large Latin American cities it suffers somewhat from schizophrenic urban design where the city’s impressive colonial past is often dwarfed and obscured by its more ugly modern present; tenement towers and, since its rise as a regional economic powerhouse – Chile has the highest GDP per capita in South America – glass fronted office blocks. But there are still some great sites to check out including the Plaza de Armas, the Palacio Modera, the city’s main museum, and the Mercado Central, where you can enjoy a delicious seafood lunch, beneath a roof that was actually made in Birmingham! Santiago also has some lovely hotels and is famous for its excellent dining.
But Santiago is unlikely to form the main reason for your visit to Chile, that is much more likely to lie either in the far north, in the Atacama region or in the far south in Patagonia.
From Santiago, and starting in the very south of the country in Chilean Patagonia, is Puerto Aranas, entry point for what is arguably the continents most impressive national park, Torres del Paine. Deriving its name from the bull-like horns of the park’s most impressive mountain, Torres del Paine covers a quarter of a million hectares, is home to some spectacular and varied accommodation, and is a great place to hike, horse ride or just enjoy the scenery.
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Moving north, we come to the beautiful Lake District around the towns of Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas. Here, up the Puelo River valley, you can do some wonderful horse riding as well as walking and kayaking. A short distance off the coast you also have Chiloe Island, which along with stunning coastal walks is also famous for being home of the potato. And further still off the coast, in fact more than 2,000 miles into the Pacific Ocean, is the extraordinary Easter Island… a land shrouded in mystery with its dramatic stone head carvings, Easter Island is one of the most remote inhabited islands on the planet.
Heading further north other notable places are the beautiful coastal towns of La Serena and Valparaiso – just a stone’s throw from the capital Santiago – and the wine district of Coquimbo where some of the country’s leading wines are manufacture
And here in the far north of the country, lies the truly extraordinary Atacama Desert. Bordering Bolivia, Peru and Argentina, is a region that’s renowned as being the driest place on earth.
Sitting in the rain shadow of both the Andes and the Chilean Coastal Range, the Atacama Desert is renowned as being the driest place on earth. It is also the region that has been driest for longest, with some suggesting a continuous arid area here dating back at least three million years. Some of the soil has no life at all, a situation NASA has exploited to test instruments for Mars missions. And, due to its otherworldly landscapes, it has been used as a location on numerous space films including Space Odyssey: Voyage to the Planets.
Forming the northern chain of Chile’s ‘Ring of Fire’ the region is framed by a spectacular girdle of volcanoes and plethora of fascinating geographical phenomenon.
A country fast emerging as a first world nation, Chile offers today’s traveller a safe location with some great accommodation, fine dining and world-class wines. But first and foremost she offers some of the most varied and impressive landscapes anywhere on earth.
Top 10 Things to Do in Argentina
This list of top 10 things to do in Argentina shows you the highlights of the country based on my own experience of 4 months traveling from north to south.
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Argentina is the second largest country of South America and in matters of the diversity very close to it’s western neighbour – therefore Backpacking in Chile and Argentina are easy to combine!
From the impressive Iguazu Falls in the north over to South Americas party town in the center, the big lake region with green forests surrounding Bariloche and the stunning mountain ranges as well as glaciers in Patagonia to the Land of Fire in the south you’re able to enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities and cultural experiences.
Things to do in Argentina covered in this video:
1. Fitz Roy & Cerro Torre in El Chalten (0:35)
2. Tierra del Fuego & Beagle channel, Ushuaia (0:56)
3. Live like a local in Rosario (1:16)
4. Lake region in Bariloche (1:43)
5. Iguazu Falls near Puerto Iguazu (2:07)
6. Perito Moreno Glacier, El Calafate (2:29)
7. Buenos Aires (2:51)
8. Valles Calchaquíes & Salta (3:17)
9. Wine in Mendoza (3:37)
10. El Bolsón and the Rio Negro Region (3:35)
Best Things to do in Argentina: your favorites?
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01. San Cristóbal Hill
A hill. Rises 880 m. AMSL and about 300 m. above the rest of Santiago; the peak is the second highest point in the city, after Cerro Renca.
02. Santa Lucía Hill
A small hill in the centre of Santiago. Has an altitude of 629 m and a height of 69 m over the surrounding area. The hill is the remnant of
a volcano 15 million years old.
03. Costanera Center
A business and commercial complex that includes a six-floor shopping mall, the Gran Torre Santiago and three other skyscrapers - two high-
end hotels and an office building.
04. Plaza de Armas
The heart and soul of Santiago de Chile. The centerpiece of the initial layout of Santiago, which has a square grid pattern. This urban
design was accomplished by Pedro de Gamboa, which was appointed by Pedro de Valdivia in 1541.
05. Parque Forestal
An urban park in the city. Was created on reclaimed land from the Mapocho River and is located in the historical downtown. Distinctive
features of the park are its three lines of platanus orientalis trees.
06. Santiago Metropolitan Park
An urban park located within the city. Covers around 722 hectares, making it the largest urban park in Chile and one of the largest in the
A Chilean amusement park. Opened in 1978 and is located in a corner of the O'Higgins Park. On January 28, 1978 the park opened for first
time with only 8 attractions, including the Galaxy coaster, Mansion Siniestra, Ford T and Century 2000.
08. Chilean National Zoo
A 4.8-hectare (12-acre) zoo that was founded in 1925. Home to thousands of animals representing 158 species. Unique exhibits feature Chilean
native animals and birds including rare and endangered species.
09. Apoquindo Waterfall
A waterfall in Waters of Ramon Natural Park. It is fed by melting snow from Cerro San Ramon and Cerro Provincia. Reaching the waterfall
requires a moderately difficult hike of about 7 hours total duration at a good pace. Has a main drop of about 25 meters.
10. Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral
The seat of the Archbishop of Santiago de Chile, currently Ricardo Ezzati Andrello, and the center of the archdiocese of Santiago de Chile.
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6. Atacama Desert
Excluding the poles of our planet, the Atacama Desert is the driest place on Earth. One of the ways people defines a desert is to look at the region's average rainfall. Experts consider an area a desert if it receives less than 25 centimeters of rain annually. The Atacama Desert receives less than one-tenth of a centimeter of rain each year. Some regions of the area haven’t seen rain in hundreds of years. The area saw an unprecedented 31 inches of snow when an Antarctic cold front made its way through the area in July 2011. The desert covers a 600-mile strip of land that stretches from the southern border of Peru up to the northern parts of Chile.
While ascending this mountaintop is not considered technically difficult when compared to other mountains like Mount Everest, Aconcagua is still well respected in the climbing world. The summit of the mountain is 22,841 above sea level, making it the highest mountain and, by extension, the tallest point outside of Asia. While the way to the top is nothing more than a walk, the extremely high altitude of the mountain makes the climb difficult and potentially dangerous. Of the 3,500 or so people that attempt the treck annually, there are always those that underestimate the climb and pay for it with their lives. This wonder formed when the Nazca Plate and the South American Plate collided during the Andean orogeny.
4. Salar de Uyuni
You have most likely seen the Salar de Uyuni on TV without even realizing it. Located in Bolivia, Salar De Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat and is a sought out destination for those making car commercials. While it is best to film commercials in the area during the dry season from April to October, it is perhaps more visually stunning to visit the flat in the wet season when the rain changes the ground into the world’s largest mirror. Spanish cinematographer Enrique Pacheco shot a stunning time-lapse video of the area last year titled “Reflections from Uyuni.” The video does a fantastic job of exploring the fabulous reflections that the salt flats produce.
3. The Marble Chapel
For centuries no one knew how the Marble Caves of Chile retained their state of incredible beauty and extravagance, so they came up with their own legends. The Maori people explained that the multi-colored stones and giant crystals found within the cave were the result of a mythological canoe wreck. Irish stories claim that a massive worldwide quarrel amongst gods led to the formation of the natural wonder. Scientists were eventually able to come up with a factually based explanation. The progression of time combined with wave erosion have shaped the caves into their current state. The reflective blue-green water of Carrera Lake, which the Marble Caves lie in, substantially enhances the amazing colors found in the cave.
2. Ojos del Salado
At 22,615 feet this massive stratovolcano is the highest active volcano in the world and barely trails the Aconcagua peak for being the highest point in the western hemisphere. Luckily this massive volcano hasn’t erupted for roughly 1300 years. The volcano’s easy ascent has made it an attractive destination to set altitude records in vehicles. In April of 2015 Chilean Gianfranco Bianchi set the altitude record for motorbikes when he went 21,233 feet up the mountain on a Suzuki RMZ 450. This region also contains the world’s highest lake regarding elevation. The Ojos del Salado Pool lies 20,997 feet high on the eastern side of the wonder.
1. Iguassu Falls
Visiting these waterfalls located on the border of Argentina and Brazil will leave you with drop jaw syndrome. Not only are these falls the largest system of waterfalls in the world, but they are also visually stunning. You have to visit this site to understand its majesty, using words and seeing pictures is futile. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt put it best when she said, “Poor Niagara,” upon first seeing Iguazu Falls. Iguazu Falls retain this reputation over its rival in the U.S. to this day. While Niagara Falls has seen casinos and Starbucks crop up around it, Iguazu Falls remains a spot surrounded totally by nature. Clearly, Niagara Falls has to stop trying so hard.
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