Stretching nearly 2,700 miles from top to bottom, Chile is a land of beautiful extremes and diverse vistas.

Torres del Paine National Park

Cold as Ice

Southern Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park is an epic canvas framed by its famous snow-dusted granite horns, where guanaco, foxes, deer and puma roam windswept grasslands and condors soar above. Don’t miss the mighty Grey Glacier, which tumbles into a lake where you can kayak around bobbing blue icebergs.

High & Dry

The Atacama Desert in northern Chile is the driest place on earth but its relatively high altitude means it’s not as hot as you might think. The Mars-like landscape of jagged orange rocks is dotted with ashen volcanoes and steaming geysers, while vivid blue lakes and dazzling white salt flats are home to flocks of pink flamingos who thrive in the unique saline environment.

Atacama Desert

Santiago

City & Vines

The cosmopolitan capital of Santiago is watched over by the snow-capped Andes and offers grand plazas, leafy parks and vibrant neighbourhoods bursting with café culture and Latin flavour and fervour. Just an hour’s drive away, the bucolic Central Valley is home to historic wineries and rolling vineyards producing renowned cabernet sauvignon.

Water World

Chile’s Lake District is a land of serene lakes, bubbling hot springs and rushing rivers with fragrant forests and alpine-style villages of cute wooden cottages. Highlights include Swiss style Puerto Varas, perched on the edge of Lake Llanquihue and overlooked by two snow-dipped volcanoes. The Pacific port of Puerto Montt is the gateway to the pretty green islands of Chiloe.

Puerto Varas, Chile

This is a feature from Issue 6 of Charitable Traveller. Click to read more from this issue.

Stretching nearly 2,700 miles from top to bottom, Chile is a land of beautiful extremes and diverse vistas.

Torres del Paine National Park

Cold as Ice

Southern Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park is an epic canvas framed by its famous snowdusted granite horns, where guanaco, foxes, deer and puma roam windswept grasslands and condors soar above. Don’t miss the mighty Grey Glacier, which tumbles into a lake where you can kayak around bobbing blue icebergs.

High & Dry

The Atacama Desert in northern Chile is the driest place on earth but its relatively high altitude means it’s not as hot as you might think. The Mars-like landscape of jagged orange rocks is dotted with ashen volcanoes and steaming geysers, while vivid blue lakes and dazzling white salt flats are home to flocks of pink flamingos who thrive in the unique saline environment.

Atacama Desert

Santiago

City & Vines

The cosmopolitan capital of Santiago is watched over by the snow-capped Andes and offers grand plazas, leafy parks and vibrant neighbourhoods bursting with café culture and Latin flavour and fervour. Just an hour’s drive away, the bucolic Central Valley is home to historic wineries and rolling vineyards producing renowned cabernet sauvignon.

Water World

Chile’s Lake District is a land of serene lakes, bubbling hot springs and rushing rivers with fragrant forests and alpine-style villages of cute wooden cottages. Highlights include Swiss style Puerto Varas, perched on the edge of Lake Llanquihue and overlooked by two snow-dipped volcanoes. The Pacific port of Puerto Montt is the gateway to the pretty green islands of Chiloe.

Puerto Varas, Chile

This is a feature from Issue 6 of Charitable Traveller. Click to read more from this issue.

Stretching nearly 2,700 miles from top to bottom, Chile is a land of beautiful extremes and diverse vistas.

This is a feature from Issue 6 of Charitable Traveller. Click to read more from this issue.

Cold as Ice

Southern Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park is an epic canvas framed by its famous snowdusted granite horns, where guanaco, foxes, deer and puma roam windswept grasslands and condors soar above. Don’t miss the mighty Grey Glacier, which tumbles into a lake where you can kayak around bobbing blue icebergs.

Torres del Paine National Park

High & Dry

The Atacama Desert in northern Chile is the driest place on earth but its relatively high altitude means it’s not as hot as you might think. The Mars-like landscape of jagged orange rocks is dotted with ashen volcanoes and steaming geysers, while vivid blue lakes and dazzling white salt flats are home to flocks of pink flamingos who thrive in the unique saline environment.

Atacama Desert

City & Vines

The cosmopolitan capital of Santiago is watched over by the snow-capped Andes and offers grand plazas, leafy parks and vibrant neighbourhoods bursting with café culture and Latin flavour and fervour. Just an hour’s drive away, the bucolic Central Valley is home to historic wineries and rolling vineyards producing renowned cabernet sauvignon.

Santiago

Water World

Chile’s Lake District is a land of serene lakes, bubbling hot springs and rushing rivers with fragrant forests and alpine-style villages of cute wooden cottages. Highlights include Swiss style Puerto Varas, perched on the edge of Lake Llanquihue and overlooked by two snow-dipped volcanoes. The Pacific port of Puerto Montt is the gateway to the pretty green islands of Chiloe.

Puerto Varas, Chile