Imagine this: you’re driving along the 7 Lakes Route in Argentine Switzerland, a breathtaking panorama of snow-capped mountains reflected in crystal-clear turquoise waters. Emerald bays beckon you to swim, while the crisp air is alive with the calls of exotic birds. Sounds like a dream, right? Well, this was my reality on a recent trip to Pucon, Chile, and the epicenter of this adventure was the charming country house San Sebastian.
Astrotourism, the act of traveling to observe and appreciate the wonders of the night sky, has gained immense popularity in recent years. One destination that stands out as a mecca for stargazing enthusiasts is Chile.
Andes Nativa, a travel agency specializing in tours to Chile, has announced that it is changing its name to Andes Viva. The new name reflects the agency’s commitment to providing its clients with vibrant and exciting travel experiences.
Chile, with its breathtaking landscapes and vibrant culture, has emerged as a sought-after destination for sustainable travelers. This South American gem offers a wide range of eco-friendly activities and initiatives, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the country’s natural wonders while minimizing their environmental impact.
Since its initial colonization by Polynesian immigrants, its extreme isolation favored the development of a culture with unique features in the world, which has only been reconstructed thanks to the contribution of archaeology and ethnology. But where ist Easter Island?
The Chilean Government announced that as from Sunday, May 1, 2022, all the country’s land border crossings, located on the international borders with Argentina, Bolivia and Peru, will be reopened. Most of these complexes have been closed since mid-March 2020 as a precautionary measure due to the pandemic.
To evaluate the current situation of tourist destinations in northern Chile, our colleague Claudia Dittrich traveled to San Pedro de Atacama in October. Out new tour in San Pedro de Atacama is Vallecito.
Chile is a country of natural wonders. One of them is Torres del Paine in Patagonia. I finally had the opportunity to know this place for the first time. We were invited, with other Chilean tour operators, by one that promotes this destination. They invited us with one specific mission, but first let me tell you a bit about this beautiful and unique experience.