Chile is the long belt of land on the western coast of South America, covering for over 4,300 kilometres. Its geographical location gives it a diverse range of weather conditions with few parts of the country dry and others wet with a more Mediterranean type climate.
Travelers may ask what exactly is there to do in Chile? Well, they can visit the coast, and cast their eyes across the magnetising blue ocean. Holidaymakers can have a look at the San Pedro de Atacama, which was built hundred years ago and contains some outstanding examples of ancient Chile architecture. The Easter Island is another famous tourist destination with families taking their holidays in Chile. Here are some of the most traveled destinations of Chile that worth every penny and must be visited if you are on a luxury travel in Chile.
1. Atacama Desert
There are very groovy reasons that the Atacama Desert has become famous…and it is because there is so much to see and do. It has the unlikely setting for a wealth of human history and civilization. The museum in San Pedro has extraordinarily well-preserved mummies from indigenous cultures and a precise collection of artifacts. For many tourists, the attraction of coming here is to see the changing colors as the sun sets over the Atacama which is truly an awe inspiring view.
Santiago is one of the favorite places for newly wedded couples. Even when they don’t want to fork out a lot of money in the metropolis, there are still worthwhile things to do in Santiago. It is among the celebrated honeymoon destinations in Chile as it has the old-time charm which can be overwhelming. Santiago is filled with many talented artists that public sites have the propensity to overflow with works of art as well.
3. The Wine Valleys
While heading out to the east, west and south of Santiago you would go through the impressive and fertile wine valleys of Chile. The Maipo Valley of Chile produces superior quality, but amazingly affordable wines. Its most popular grape varieties include Pinot Noir, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine-making process of Chile is quite unique with its meticulous attention to peculiarities it produces a superior quality final product. This wine is in high demand all around the world.
4.Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine National Park is an adventurous destination for those who want to experience the rugged nature of Chile’s Patagonia and to explore some of the continent’s best hiking. If you want to see the park at its best then take a trip during september and october month. These are one of the shoulder months for the Torres del Paine, as the temperature changes and the greenery starts to re-appear during this time. Another point worth remembering is that, it is renowned for its strong winds, the winds are at an ebb at this time and so it can make your trip a bit easier.
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