Explore Chile’s spectacular geography and scenery, including its harsh deserts, fertile valleys, breath-taking icefields and towering peaks.
A narrow strip of land between the high Andes and the Pacific Ocean, Chile stretches an incredible 4,300 km from north to south. Chilean society is a mix of indigenous peoples and European settlers, mainly of Spanish heritage.
Visit beautiful cities like Valparaiso and Vina del Mar, explore the remarkable high altitude Atacama Desert from the quaint village of San Pedro, or relax in the idyllic scenery of the Lake District. Southern Patagonia offers amazing wilderness, from the dramatic granite peaks of the Torres del Paine to the icefields of the deep south, best visited by cruise ship. And let’s not forget Easter Island with its mysterious statues, 3,000 km off the coast but still administratively, a part of Chile.
Our selection of Chile tours include city stays, boutique hotels, wilderness lodges, outdoor adventures and cruises. Choose from one of our featured itineraries or let us custom design a tour to suit your to suit your interests, style and budget. To find out more about the type of Chile experience we can put together for you, please download pages below.
Cruises are one of the best ways to experience the unique and untrammelled wilderness of Chilean and Argentinean Patagonia.
Go in search of the elusive Puma by 4WD or on foot. Discover the amazing wildlife of the Torres Del Paine National Park
Valparaiso and Vina del Mar tour
Tour Valparaiso and Vina del Mar, a great contrast between the charming, colourful neigbourhoods of Valparaiso and the coastal town of Vina del Mar.
Accommodation in Chile
Below are some of our preferred accommodation options for Chile, carefully selected for their superior location, service and level of comfort.
Altiplanico Rapa Nui
Exclusive Altiplanico Rapa Nui boasts amazing views of exotic Easter Island and arresting architectural design inspired by traditional Polynesian motifs.
Alto Atacama Desert Lodge & Spa
The stylish Alto Atacama Desert Lodge and Spa blends seamlessly into its location - a lush valley in the ochre Salt Mountains just ten minutes outside San Pedro de Atacama.
andBeyond Vira Vira
Vira Vira is a secluded Relais & Châteaux lodge that offers its guests the chance to experience the captivating beauty of Patagonia in style.
The exclusive Relais & Châteaux Awasi Atacama is situated on an ancient walled site that once sheltered shepherds and herders in the small town of San Pedro de Atacama.
The Relais & Châteaux Awasi Patagonia is a luxury lodge inspired by the classic low-impact mountain shelters used by hikers in this spectacular part of the world.
explora Atacama is a beautiful, understated luxury lodge that is perfectly placed to explore the volcanoes, thermal springs, salt pans and huge skies of Chile's iconic Atacama Desert.
Explora Patagonia is a spectacular luxury lodge with an equally impressive location inside Chile's Torres del Paine National Park.
explora Rapa Nui
explora Rapa Nui is set inside a striking building close to Hanga Roa, designed to take advantage of Easter Island’s silence and mystery.
Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa
Inspired by local traditions and the natural environment, Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa is an ideal base for exploring Easter Island in comfort.
Hotel Cumbres San Pedro
The Hotel Cumbres San Pedro is an oasis of calm, understated luxury amid the world’s driest desert, close to famous photogenic lagoons and surreal salt pans.
Hotel Las Torres
The superb Hotel Las Torres Patagonia is located on an historic cattle ranch inside Chile's magnificent Torres del Paine National Park.
La Reve Boutique Hotel
The romantic Le Reve Boutique Hotel is located in the upscale neighbourhood of Providencia, close to shops, theatres and restaurants.
Why Chile: When it comes to awesome scenery and untouched wilderness, Chile is hard to beat. From dry deserts to lush forests, gentle lakes and glimmering icefields, this country has it all.
Culture: Chile’s rich, diverse culture is influenced as much by its indigenous and European peoples, as the varied landscape. Art, literature, folk music, dance and festivals are all central to Chilean society.
When to Go: Chile’s climate varies with latitude. The Atacama is dry and sunny, hot in summer and cold at night in winter. Central Chile has a pleasing Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and wet, mild winters. Southern Patagonia receives plenty or rain, with cool, windy summers and cold winters.
Combine With: Neighbouring Argentina, particularly when visiting the Patagonia region. Chile also combines well with Peru, where you can visit Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu or experience the Amazon rainforest at a secluded eco-lodge.
Getting There: Qantas and LAN fly from Australia via New Zealand to Santiago.