Holiday to Chile, the most fascinating country on the planet
Experience a destination like no other on the planet.
A country of vast variety but straightforward to travel around, visiting Chile will leave you feeling like you’ve experienced 10 holidays in one. From the driest desert in the world, epic volcanoes, lush and verdant valleys, to primordial forests and Norwegian-style fjords and glaciers, Chile feels more like a continent rolled into one small and easy-to-digest country. You can even ski in the Andes in the summer and go stargazing in the Atacama desert. There are few places on earth where you can get this much variety in one place.
Chile’s landscape and wilderness are some of the best preserved in the world. The country has prevented development encroaching and destroying one of the world’s most pristine natural environments. You should make them a priority to visit. They shouldn’t be missed.
If you could visit only one place on earth, it would have to be Patagonia.
There’s no place like Patagonia. From the majestic peaks to the clear blue icy lakes, Patagonia is heaven on earth and then some. Yet its mixed cultural and natural heritage gives the area a unique and fascinating allure. From lamb dinners cooked in the ground, to German and Welsh speaking settlements, you are immersed in an eccentric Wild West.
Afterwards head up north to experience whale watching at close quarters. The locals will take you out in small boats off the spectacular Valdés Peninsula coast to view huge southern right whales. And you won’t get bored. Once you’ve seen the whales, you’ll be spoilt with seal lions, pods of orcas, elephant seals and Magellanic penguins at Punta Tombo.
Chile is a Mecca for food and wine lovers
Experiencing Chile’s unique outdoors will no doubt build up an appetite. Fish and exotic fresh foods combine to make some seriously good quality culinary delights. The Bellavista area of capital city Santiago is the heart of the Chilean food renaissance.
With Chile’s vineyards now exporting some of the finest wines for the international market, it’s now the place to be to get some seriously good wine at a reasonable price. Visiting vineyards, like the family-run Cousiño Macul, you’ll be able to taste wine from the first vines planted in Chile in 1546. But after visiting the vineyards, it's essential to drink the wine like the locals. Chilean's savour their wine with great atmosphere, good company and entertaining conversation. It’s a country where you’ll never be bored.
Whether you want to go trekking in Patagonia, relax watching the sunset over the beach, or enjoy great wine, quality cuisine and good company, Chile will cater to your every desire. Enjoy our exclusive last minute deals and offers to Chile that we have specially selected for you. We'll offer you only the very best discounts and prices.