Where to go in Chile
List of regions
Torres del Paine is Chile's finest national park, noted for its spectacular, sprawling landscapes and the majestic granite spires that give the park its name. Take it all in on hikes and horseback rides, or simply enjoy the views from a range of stunning hotels and ultra-luxury lodges.
Central Chile is the political and commercial heart of the country, its energies focused on Chile's two biggest cities, Santiago and Valparaiso. The nation's capital is Santiago, with its gleaming tower blocks, chic boutiques and grand plazas.
The Atacama Desert is northern Chile's most distinctive geographical feature. Starkly different from the south of the country, this 1,000 kilometre strip of land is one of most arid regions on earth.
Patagonia is one of South America's most inspiring wilderness regions. This vast and sparsely populated plateau covers much of southern Argentina and Chile, and is a hugely popular destination for trekking, watching wildlife and luxury cruises.
Chile's wine valleys are nestled between the Andes and Coastal Mountain Range, straddled by rivers that create fertile soils for cultivating grapes.
Easter Island - known as Rapa Nui to the Polynesian people who live there - is a long way from the Chilean mainland. Some 3,790 kilometres to be precise. So it's not surprising that this remote outpost in the Pacific Ocean, just south of the Tropic of Capricorn, is unlike any other part of the coun…
The Lake District is one of Chile's stand-out attractions, popular with Chileans and overseas visitors alike, and a highly recommended inclusion in a tailor-made tour. There are around a dozen major lakes and many more smaller ones to explore in the region between Temuco and Puerto Mont.