Torres del Paine National Park

Renowned for its stunning landscapes, this national park in southern Chilean Patagonia is one of the country’s biggest highlights. The park’s main attraction is the trio of granite towers called the Torres del Paine, which soar an imposing 2,000 meters high. Visitors can explore the park’s trails, glaciers, lakes, and abundant wildlife, including guanacos, foxes, and more than 100 species of birds.

Easter Island

One of the most remote inhabited islands in the world, Easter Island (Rapa Nui) is famous for its enigmatic moai statues – over 600 monolithic human figures carved from solid rock between the 10th and 16th centuries. The island’s mysterious past and stunning natural beauty, including its volcanic craters and tropical beaches, make it a bucket-list destination.

San Pedro de Atacama

This small town in the Atacama Desert, one of the driest places on Earth, serves as a popular base for exploring the region’s incredible natural attractions. Visitors can marvel at the unique landscapes of the Valley of the Moon, witness the geothermal spectacle of the El Tatio Geysers, and walk across the vast Atacama Salt Flats.


As Chile’s capital and largest city, Santiago offers a mix of modern culture and historic charm. Top attractions include the lively Plaza de Armas, the neoclassical Metropolitan Cathedral, and the bustling Central Market. Outside the city center, visitors can explore neighborhoods like bohemian Bellavista, scenic parks like Cerro San Cristóbal, and nearby wineries in the Maipo Valley.


Renowned for its colorful houses, winding streets, and funicular elevators, this charismatic port city has a unique bohemian charm. Valparaíso’s historic quarter, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a maze of alleyways adorned with vibrant street art. Other highlights include the former prison-turned-arts-hub of Cerro Cárcel and the lively port area.

Chilean Lake District

This scenic region in southern Chile is dotted with pristine lakes, rushing rivers, and snow-capped volcanoes. Popular destinations include the adventure hub of Pucón, known for its outdoor activities like hiking, rafting, and skiing; the picturesque town of Puerto Varas; and the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, home to the iconic Osorno Volcano.

Chiloe Island

Located off the coast of Chile, Chiloe Island is known for its unique culture and traditions, including its distinctive wooden churches – UNESCO World Heritage Sites – and colorful palafitos (houses on stilts). Visitors can explore the island’s lush forests, beaches, and diverse wildlife, including penguins and sea lions.

Elqui Valley

This tranquil valley in northern Chile is a popular destination for stargazing, thanks to its clear skies and low light pollution. The Elqui Valley is also known for its production of pisco, a brandy-like spirit, and its picturesque villages like Pisco Elqui and Vicuña, where visitors can explore traditional Chilean culture and architecture.

Chiloé Archipelago

This group of islands off the coast of Chile is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, including dense evergreen forests, pristine beaches, and diverse wildlife like sea lions, whales, and dolphins. The archipelago is also home to unique cultural traditions, including the world’s smallest breed of sheep and the region’s distinctive wooden churches.