Chile, the long thin line in
This incredible country stretches along
the western edge of South America encompasses arid altiplano
deserts and crystal clear glacial
lakes. Chile is remote and extreme and ideal for those
travelers who seek beauty, adventure and something off
the beaten path. Watch enormous ice slabs fall from million
year old glaciers in Patagonia
and the Torres del Paine National Park while based at
the luxurious Explora
Lodge or Hosteria Grey. Hike to an oasis in the Atacama
where some parts have never recorded rainfall. Stay at
the historic Llao
Llao Resort in Bariloche where activities like golfing
and spa treatments are available for those who wish to
relax and ecological pursuits for those who wish to be
The cosmopolitan capitol city
of Chile offers sightseeing of the cultural and business
centers, international restaurants, and top notch
accommodations. In close proximity and available as
a day tour or overnight expedition is the area of
Vina del Mar and the beach and coast line of Valparaiso.
The islands of Chile are far flung.
Easter Island has been called the most isolated
island in the world. And if that is not remote enough
Crusoe island is even less touristed. Both have
gorgeous volcanic mountains and crystal clear water
suitable for SCUBA
Island is easily reached from the Lakes region
and is often visited as a day trip. Unless you want
a remote fishing
experience, the Chilean Tierra
del Fuego is only usually visited as a day trip.
Explore the diverse landscapes of Chile.
Since the distances are so great, it's all in the planning.
Lost World Adventures will maximize your time by creating
an itinerary that includes transfers, flights, accommodations
and tours with a bilingual guide within the regions of
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include tours in Chile in your travel to South America.