Easter Island, Chile

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Easter Island, Chile

Considered to be one of the most isolated islands in the world. The World Heritage Site with nearly the entire island itself protected within the Rapu Nui National Park. Easter Island is one of the most recognized places in the world.  Considered a Polynesian place, it is officially territory of Chile, Easter and officially known as Rapa Nui to the natives. A Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen  First discovered by 1722, the island has remained famed known on the list of places known around the world because the 887 massive moai statues.

Easter Island Beauty


Osorno and the Lake District, Chile

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Osorno and the Lake District, Chile

Osorno is the least visited of the Lake District’s four major cities. It’s one of the oldest in Chile, but the Mapuche prevented foreigners from settling here until the late 19th century. Like other communities in the region, it bears the imprint of the German settlers who came here in the 1880s. The 1960 earthquake left Osorno with little historic architecture, but a row of 19th-century houses miraculously survived on Calle Juan Mackenna between Lord Cochrane and Freire. Their distinctively sloped roofs, which allow adequate drainage of rain and snow, are replicated in many of Osorno’s newer houses.Osorno, situated in a bend of the Río Rahue, makes a convenient base for exploring the nearby national parks.

Arica, Chile

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Arica, Chile

This city has several beaches that are normally enjoyed by tourists from Bolivia by the proximity of this picturesque city, whose activity is around its pedestrian street “the May 21″, which has restaurants, pubs and trade around them. The city has good hotels and one Casino has a lot to prove. Other attractions are its cathedral, which was built by Eiffel, and the Azapa Valley which is the beginning of this Oasis named “The city of eternal spring”.

Vina Del Mar, Chile



Vina Del Mar

Vina Del Mar, Chile

Noth of Valparaiso, Vina Del Mar, known as the garden city is one the most luxurious beach getaways. People from all over the world flock here to experience the Musical Festival of Vina del Mar which lasts up to five days. One way to immerse yourself in the culture of this beach resort is to take a horse-drawn carriage ride through the city streets gazing upon the charming colonial houses. With a drastic incline in elevation shooting up from the waterline, the architecture takes on the look of steps as every floor is afforded a balcony atop the floor below. One could ski the Andes in the morning, have a late lunch in wine country on the road to Valparaiso, and be on the beach sipping cocktails in the late afternoon. Either walking, riding a bike or driving along the road that hugs the seawall will afford you with breathtaking Pacific coast vistas as well as quaint seaside town scenes.

Santiago, Chile

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Santiago, Chile

Santiago has always had its measured charms – fine dining, perfectly landscaped gardens, a famous seafood market, the stunning backdrop of the Andes – but in the past few years it has undergone a cultural metamorphosis. In celebration of Chile’s bicentennial, the city poured millions of pesos into the construction of sleek new cultural centers, thoughtful museums and gorgeous green parks. The upscale neighborhoods of Vitacura and El Golf bloomed with stylish new art galleries, the new W Hotel started drawing A-list celebrities to its rooftop bar, and the faded but beautiful Barrio Brasil was infused with vibrant public art and funky youth hostels.