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Thanks to Chile's gradual emergence as one of South America's most stable economies it has become a benchmark for development in South America - as well as a favorite destination for tourists and investors.


Chile tours inevitably start in its capital, Santiago. It's home to 6 million people, and is the 6th biggest city in South America. It may be behind Buenos Aires in terms of reputation, but Santiago’s buzzing restaurant and bar scene is going from strength to strength and its infrastructure and cleanliness is unmatched in the rest of the continent. Moreover, foreigners are starting to arrive in their hordes, discovering the cultural delights and eclectic mix of old and contemporary.


Most trips to Chile involve a brief exploration in its urban centers, and spend the remainder of the time on trekking tours of the incredible landscapes on offer: from the dry deserts of Chile's northern climes to the epic peaks of Patagonia.

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Thanks to Chile’s gradual emergence as one of South America’s most stable economies it has become a benchmark for development in South America – as well as a favorite destination for tourists and investors.

Chile tours inevitably start in its capital, Santiago. It is home to 6 million people, and is the 6th biggest city in the continent. It may lag behind Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, in terms of reputation, but Santiago’s buzzing restaurant and bar scene is going from strength to strength and its infrastructure and cleanliness is unmatched in the rest of the continent.
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Best time of the year to visit Chile?

Southern Chile attracts many visitors throughout the appealing summer months of November-March.

The Atacama desert can be explored all year round, but summer brings about extremely hot days and bitterly cold nights.

In general Chile tours can certainly be a great experience all year round but December-March is the high season. Skiing is best in the winter months of July-September.
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Food and Culture of Chile

With Chile’s absurdly long coast, it is no surprise that Chilean cuisine features exquisite seafood dishes, fresh from the day’s catch.

Additionally, like Argentina, Chile is famous for its fantastic wine, particularly red, and sumptuous steak, cooked to perfection in an asado, a brick barbecue with a chimney that adds a nice smokey flavor to the beastly red meat. Fortunately the two go so exceptionally well together.

Meat is really the staple requirement in any Chilean dish, whether it’s pork smothered with chili, a wholesome chicken and vegetable soup or salty chunks of beefy goodness.

Literature plays an integral part in understanding the culture of Chile, with illustrious poets such as Pablo Neruda and Gabriela Mistral having won the Nobel Prize for Literature. Both were stern advocates of socialist politics, which induced their vehement yet romantic poetry.
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Main Attractions and Tourist Regions in Chile

Most Chile tours involve a brief exploration in its urban centers, and spend the remainder of the time discovering the incredible landscapes on offer. Little wonder, since just outside Santiago you’ll find the snow-capped Andean mountains where you can climb, trek, abseil, raft, ski and much more on your Chile adventure vacation.

Elsewhere you’ll find an incredibly diverse country, exemplified best by noting that in the north of the country rests the driest desert on earth, and at the Chile’s foot the beautiful, crumbling glaciers of Patagonia. Want variety? Look no further than Chile.

Because of Chile’s formidable length, approximately the distance from Sweden to Nigeria, it is hard to cover all the wonders in a single trip. Most visitors, therefore, spend their tours of Chile either in the bottom half (Patagonia and Santiago), or the top (Santiago and upwards).

Wine enthusiasts will enjoy some of the fine vineyard tours in and around Santiago, however apart from that and visiting a few museums and fine restaurants, most travelers will soon want to move on, motivated by the natural beauty of natural offerings of Chile.

Valparaiso, Chile’s other major city, sits temptingly close to the capital and contains an alluring labyrinthine alleyway structure, with old cobbled streets and fabulous architecture.

Horse riding tours in the Andes have been attracting tourists for years and Elqui Valley, just north of Santiago, offers the perfect hillside scenery for such an adventure, overlooking tranquil lakes and lush vegetation. Also home to Pisco (Peruvians will sternly reject this claim, the debate has been ongoing for years), Elqui Valley can offer rewarding evenings after your exciting tours.

Being on the coast it is also inevitable that a visit to Chile will open you up to a world of exemplary beach stretches and the fringe of the Norte Chico offers those pristine beaches you have been searching for.

Heading further north you will reach the Atacama desert. For those of you who haven’t heard of it already, the Atacama is the driest place on planet earth, an arid, moon-like landscape that stretches 1,000km from northern Chile as far as Southern Peru. An adventurers paradise, Atacama treks comprise stunning snow-capped mountain ranges, vast picturesque salt lakes, surreal looking rock formations and an abundance of fresh mountain air. On your travels, cross paths with languid llamas and dopey alpacas before being greeted by native Aymara communities.

The majority of trekkers on this path head for Parque Nacional Lauca, the highest national park in Chile.

Back down south and heading into a warmer climate, you have the beautiful landscape of the popular Lake District. With jaw-dropping scenery the Lake District offers some of Chile’s greatest jewels. Formed of stunning, rich blue lakes, extreme dense forestry that is excellent for hiking and monumental volcanoes, this is Chile as its most pristine.

Further south still lies Chile’s desolate natural beauty that is the awe-inspiring Patagonia, a stark isolated stretch of wind-swept mountains leading, along with the Argentinian side, down to the end of the world. The top site of Chilean Patagonia has to be the Torres Del Paine massif, a trekking hotspot with a series of attractive granite spires that precariously loom over the naked landscape. Tierra del Fuego, literally translating to the ‘land of the fire’ offers scintillating mountain scenery and a selection of prodigious glaciers. A must see on your Chile tours.

Finally, if you haven’t got enough jotted down on your things to do list already, Easter Island, one of the most remote places on the planet, and offering amazing prehistoric cultures and ancient sculptures, sits on Chile’s pacific coast, along with Isla Robinson Crusoe, part of the Juan Fernandez archipelago and an island that consists of remarkable undulating, mountainous terrain, formed over the years from volcano activity. Isla Robinson Crusoe also boasts a rich abundance of wildlife and dense vegetation.
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How to organize a Chile Tour

We all want the best, most authentic experience when we travel. Getting in touch with locals and experiencing their way of life is an essential part of getting to know the world we live in, and here at we understand that. That's why all our local travel agencies in Chile know the country inside out. They're here to help you hand craft your dream trip to Chile the way you want it.

With you book your trip direct with the experts based in Chile, meaning you get a completely personalized service and the best advice at your fingertips. Better yet, you'll be skipping over unnecessary middlemen and therefore keeping your money where it belongs: in your pocket, and with the hardworking locals in Chile.
The first step of your dream trip to Chile begins here at
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Traveller Reviews

Padmaja Sakhamuri, March 2017

We were very happy with the services and guides provided . We were only unhappy with one or two hotel choices for example the hotel ootai in Easter island . Services in the hotel were very poor despite its good location .

Bill, March 2017

The trip was tailored to our needs and time frame. Everything flowed perfectly and it was very active as we desired. Lorena was readily available and answered all questions very quickly and thoroughly. Lorena is an experienced travel professional.

Elizabeth Mclean, February 2017

Most of our plans went very smoothly - pick up times, arrival times, meeting at airports, bus stations, etc. The guides at the different locations were terrific, knowledgeable & very easy to get along with. The hotels were all great!
Two of our tours had to be cancelled because of weather, but Lorena arranged our refund promptly.

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Robert Albano, January 2017

Lorena did a good job of meeting our requirements and changes. She easy to contact even while on the trip

Peter Hebard, January 2017

My wife and I could not be happier with the incredible, detailed work our destination expert Lorena, as well as some other members of her agency, put into making our six-week, first time ever, trip to Chile truly exceptional. Lorena not only took the time to find rooms at the best, reasonably priced hotels, she went the extra mile and arranged for the best rooms (with the best views) at every place we stayed at. She also made suggestions and carefully coordinated with me in planning our itinerary so that we received a very comprehensive introduction to Chile, from Arica in the far north (the "Norte Grande") to Punta Arenas in the far south (Isla Magdalena and Torres del Paine), as well as to Patagonia, the Lakes District, Valaparaiso, Vina del Mar, Santiago and the Cajon del Maipo. Lorena was always attentive to our suggestions in planning our itinerary and on the rare occasion she was busy or out of the office, other members of the angeny's team always made themselves available. So grateful were we for Lorena's assistance that we found ourselves wanting to share our insights with her to help her and her agency continue to make such good choices for other travelers. And she made this possible by meeting with us over breakfast on our next to last day in the country. We've never had such a good experience with a travel assistant!

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