Palafitos houses in Castro, Chiloé Island
Breakfast with a view, Atacama Desert
Torres del Paine National Park
La Tirana festival held in July
Santiago's Lastarria district
San Cristobal hill cable car with a view over Santiago
Puerto Varas, Lakes District
Mo'ai, Easter Island

Chile is a most generous country offering up calving glaciers, otherworldly desert scapes, wild Torres del Paine, luxe lodging and noteworthy cuisine from ‘the edge of the world.’



Shaped like its fiery namesake, Chile offers 4300km of wild natural extremes, is justly dubbed the dark horse of the South American culinary scene and, with its irrepressible hospitality, makes for a place literally bursting with buena onda or good vibes.

The bone-dry Atacama Desert shocks against the calving glaciers of southern Patagonia, the sophistication of Santiago highlights the rustic allure of San Pedro, and fine-dining restaurants playing host to game-changing chefs and some of the world’s finest wines share real estate with street vendors selling simple empanadas.

Raw and rustic, cultured and contemporary, Chile is bewitching and begs to be explored.