Pablo Neruda wrote that Chile was ‘invented by a poet’. Bordered on one side by the Andes mountains and on the other by the Pacific Ocean, it extends over 4000kms north to south and averages only 177kms east to west.
From the Atacama Desert, the mainland stretches south through vineyards, lakes, fjords and snow-capped volcanoes to the breathtaking Torres del Paine National Park and beyond to Cape Horn, southernmost point in the Americas. The best beaches are to be found around Easter Island, home of the mysterious monolithic human figures; the incredibly chic yet understated Pacific resort of Zapallar; and in the southern Atacama, home of the fabulous remote camp Wara Nomade.
Chile’s geography is perfectly honed for adventure, boasting truly world-class lodges and some of the most remarkable landscapes on the planet. We have been exploring the region for years and take great pleasure in sharing our favourite secrets and hideaways. Get in touch with one of our Chile specialists for some inspiration.