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Altiplanic Lagoons

To see lakes this high above sea level, you have to come to the altiplano, the very definition of which is “high plain,” an area between the peaks of the ...  Read more

Atacama Salt Lake

The world's driest desert is the Atacama, caught up at extreme altitudes within an Andean basin, shielded from the life-giving rain. There is water here, ...  Read more

Bellavista

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Bellavista, a walkable neighborhood not far from downtown Santiago, is routinely referred to as the city’s bohemian neighborhood. There’s street art and both ...  Read more

Cejar Lagoon

Located just 20 miles from the town of San Pedro de Atacama, this unusual desert sinkhole attracts many visitors. Filled with water, Cejar Lagoon is popular ...  Read more

Cerro Santa Lucia

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Cerro Santa Lucia is one of two hills that overlook Santiago, where in 1541 Pedro de Valdivia founded the city long before Chile existed as an independent ...  Read more

Chaxa Lagoon

Chaxa Lagoon (Laguna Chaxa) often serves as an introduction to the salt flat for visitors. The ground here is crusted with an inedible salt, and in the ...  Read more

Chilean Museum of Pre-Colombian Art

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Perhaps Chile's most important museum is the Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino - or Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, displaying 4,500 years of ...  Read more

Church of San Pedro de Atacama

Visitors to San Pedro de Atacama would be hard-pressed to miss the bright white church that sits on the west side of the Plaza de Armas. The Spanish ...  Read more

Colchagua Valley

If you’re interested in tasting some of the best wines Chile has to offer, you’ll want to spend some time in the Colchagua Valley. Nearly two dozen area ...  Read more

Concha y Toro Winery

4.5 star rating: Recommended 27 Reviews

Chile is justly famed for its wine, and no Chilean vintage is better known than Concha y Toro. Founded just south of Santiago in 1883 by Don Melchor de Concha ...  Read more

Cousino Palace

The Chilean building boom of the late 1800s, spurred by rising silver, copper, and nitrite prices worldwide, inspired some of the city's most marvelous ...  Read more

Easter Island

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Known officially as Rapa Nui, chances are you know this Polynesian island in the South Pacific as Easter Island (or Isla de Pascua in Spanish). The island was ...  Read more

El Tatio Geysers

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Rising toward the fading stars high atop the Andes, El Tatio Geysers erupt from more than 80 vents into wraith-like plumes, which dance in the first ...  Read more

Farellones and El Colorado

These two connected villages, only an hour away from Santiago, comprise one of the most popular ski centers in the country, both because of their proximity to ...  Read more

La Campana

Home to some of the last remaining forests of the endangered Chilean Wine Palm, La Campana became a national park in 1967 and contains over 17,000 acres of ...  Read more

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