Chile – Nature on a Colossal Scale

Choose Chile. Where the impossible is possible. Space observation in the Atacama Desert, thousand-year-old glaciers in the far south, magical forests and lakes lying at the foot of extraordinary volcanoes. Islands full of legends, wine traditions, incredible challenges to take on, and the capital city of Santiago with its airs of modernity and accessibility.

An extensive territory with wide horizons that will make you feel alive, get you in touch with nature and invite you to explore pristine lands. A true test of your senses, where its people and culture will offer a pleasant surprise with their friendliness and hospitality. A completely new experience where the whales can fly, the desert yields flowers, and you can enjoy the four seasons of the year in a single day. A place where the impossible is possible.

Chile’s territory combines over 4,000 kilometers of wind-blown, ocean-swept coastline, the immense, mineral-rich northern desert, the majestic peaks of the Andes range, with thousands of active volcanoes strung along its length, and the hushed mystique of the southern evergreen forests.

In Chilean society, religion plays an important role and has always been relevant in events throughout our history.

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The religious world in Chile sees Catholicism as the predominant faith. Its legacy can be admired in the rich architecture present throughout the country.

The cathedral of Santiago is a landmark right at the heart of the capital.Chile’s cultural roots are as diverse as its landscapes, and have shaped the uniquely Chilean identity. Spend time with the indigenous peoples and experience their traditions! Discover unique archaeological relics and explore the country’s history in its many museums.

Listen to the legends of the storytellers on Chiloé and visit the island’s famous churches, 16 of which have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

And don’t miss the traditional festivals throughout the country!

There are more than 270 hot springs throughout Chile, many located in rich, verdant landscapes or nestling at the foot of snow-capped mountains.

In the richness of the Chilean soil, food grows that is full of the flavor of nature and is then exported to the world. Our ingredients carry in their taste the more than 4,000 kilometers of coast and the life of 17 climates, making them unique, with wines that share the traditions of the Old World and keep the secrets of the earth.

Discover the multi-layered flavors of Chilean cuisine; a rich mix of time-honored traditions and original ingredients with modern European trends and techniques. The Pacific coast is one of the country’s most fabled resources, providing an amazing variety of fish and seafood!

Take the opportunity to delve into Chile’s immense culinary landscape and savor its enormous variety, from hearty rustic fare to the most sophisticated gastronomic experiences imaginable.

Of course, no culinary journey would be complete without Chile’s wonderful wines; superlative whites, reds and sparkling wines of world-class quality.

In Chile, there's wonder in every detail and nature on a symphonic scale. For the travelers, it's mind-boggling to find this great wilderness so intact. The human quest for development could imperil these treasures sooner than we think. Yet for now, Chile guards some of the most pristine parts of our planet, and they shouldn't be missed.

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