There are several paths to the west of Argentina that lead to Chile. Either at the North, crossing from Salta to Atacama, or in the centre from Mendoza to Santiago or inPatagonia, from Bariloche to Puerto Montt or from El Calafate to Torres del Paine.
Chile and Argentina combine perfectly for a super trip!
Easter Island is the most isolated land on earth. Known for its mysterious moais, it still remains unsolved how more than 600 volcanic-rock figures were erected and set into their final position. Rapa Nui, how local people call the land, themselves and also the language – was declared Human Heritage by UNESCO in 1995; the island offers a wide range of options: beaches, volcanoes, caverns and the moais of course!. Visit this magical island to learn more about their ancestral culture while you enjoy its natural beauty.Request information
Santiago de Chile is the capital of the country, and starting point for domestic and international flights. The surroundings of Santiago include many attractions such asValparaiso, Viña del Mar and Isla Negra, home to the famous poet Pablo Neruda. TheCentral Valleys are the base of the internationally renowned Chile wines.Request information