One of the most touristic spots in the capital of Chile is a hill called “Cerro San Cristobal”. This place is the Chilean (smaller) equivalent to Christ the Redeemer hill in Rio de Janeiro. On top of the hill, a Virgin looks out to the city. Although the signs read … more »
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Chile & Easter Island
Chile is the longest country on Earth: extending from the most arid of landscapes up north (Atacama Desert), passing by Andean mountains in the central valley, reaching the antarctic region of southern Patagonia. What’s more, you can count in Easter Island too, right in the middle of the Pacific!
We’ve traveled extensively in this long and diverse country. Come with us and:
- Road-trip between ancient forests and glaciers along Chile’s Carretera Austral
- Explore the glaciers in the South of Chile – the Antarctic region!
- Find out how to do Easter Island on a Budget
- Marvel at some of the best graffiti in the world, in Santiago
- Take a trip to the driest place on planet earth – The Atacama
- Learn about traditional Chilean delicacies Curanto and Sopaipillas
- See the beauty of the Island of Chiloe through this video
Overall, we think Chile is the most beautiful country on Earth: these stunning photos are here to show you why!
And if you still want more, we have lots of content for you to explore below!
Victor Jara was a chilean teacher, poet and musician. He was captured by the Chilean military forces in September 1973. His hands were crushed and ribs broken. After his hands had been crushed, he was mocked by the military to play the guitar for them. Later, he was killed by … more »
We’ve been in Chile for about a month now so I think it’s time to share my Chile visa experience. I applied for a Chile visa in Guyaquil, Ecuador. This was while traveling through Ecuador so it’s important to say that I wasn’t a resident there. The Chilean consulate requested … more »
Walking around Santiago de Chile is a treat for the eyes! Colorful graffiti abounds, carrying messages about the story of the city, the stories of Santiago’s working class heroes, and much more. There are also some distinct style patterns that are emerging in Santiago’s graffiti and we’re wondering what these … more »
It’s winter in Santiago and all the travel guides tell of a hideous smog hanging over the entire city. However, the day we arrived here was glorious indeed! Beautiful snow capped peaks all around :)