If you have fantasized about a unique travel experience, let Culture Traveler plan your itinerary for a visit to Chile. Located between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean, Chile is one of South America’s most stable and prosperous nations. Between great wine and spectacular scenery, it’s certain to be the trip of a lifetime.
Spend a few days in Santiago, Chile’s diverse and culture-rich capital. A wealth of museums and parks await, such as the gardens at the Cerro San Cristóbal offering spectacular panoramic views, and the Museo de Artes Visuales, the modern art museum designed by Chilean architect Cristián Undurraga.
You have not truly experienced Chile until you have toured its extensive wine country. Visit the numerous vineyards of the Casablanca Valley for delicious and complex white wines, or you can stay at Vina Vik retreat in Millahue, an art-filled spa located in its own Vineyard.
Get off the beaten track in the storied Atacama desert, one of the driest and wildest places on the planet. The harsh climate means that this region is virtually untouched by human development, making it a truly unique destination. Visit San Pedro de Atacama, a small town in the heart of the desert, tour the nearby Valley of the Moon and watch as the sunset turns the Andes pink while enjoying the local drink, pisco sour, or tour Salar de Atacama, Chile’s largest salt flat that offers spectacular views of the Andes as well as their perfect reflections in its many salt pools.
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Chile was among 50 countries that signed the United Nations Charter in 1945, making it one of the founding members of the United Nations.
At over 4600 kilometers long, Chile the longest north-south trending countries, with a coastline that is 6500 kilometers long
The soil of the Atacama desert is the driest on the planet; some parts of it have never seen a drop of rain.
Chileans loves wine; the country is the ninth largest producer of wine, and the fifth largest exporter in the world.
The country is home to five UNESCO world heritage sites: The Historic Quarter of the city of Valparaiso, the Churches of Chiloe, Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works, Rapa Nui National Park and the Sewell Mining Town.
The capital city of Santiago is the largest city in Chile; about one-third of the Chilean population lives there.
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