Unreasonably thin and preposterously long, Chile stretches from the belly of South America to its foot, reaching from the driest desert on earth to vast southern glacial fields. Diverse landscapes unfurl over a 4300 km stretch: parched dunes, fertile valleys, volcanoes, ancient forests, massive glaciers, and fjords. There's wonder in every detail and nature on a symphonic scale. For the traveler, it's mind-boggling to find this great wilderness so intact. The human quest for development could imperil these treasures sooner than we think. Yet for now, Chile guards some of the most pristine parts of our planet, and they shouldn't be missed.
So, visit Chile and experience some of the most spectacular scenery on earth. To the East, the rugged Andes form the country's backbone, while the Pacific coast laps at its front. In between are other-worldly deserts, active volcanoes, advancing glaciers and ice-carved fjords - not to mention Chile's intoxicating cities.
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Arriving in Santiago, you shall take a flight to Calama and transfer to your luxury hotel in the middle of the Atacama desert, amidst some of the planet's most remote and most spectacular scenery. This is a breathtaking otherworldly landscape sandwiched between the Pacific and the Andes. This almost uninhabited part of the world has a rugged beauty that is quite unique. It is the driest desert in the world and is home to jagged canyons, giant sand dunes, salt pillars, geysers, and volcanoes. You can go trekking, mountain climbing, horseback riding, and cycling. After this, return to Santiago and spend a night in a good hotel in town and witness some stunning views out across the city to the Andes.
The next morning, fly down to the Chilean Patagonian glacier region, a wild, vastly unknown land at the end of the world. Explore the place for the entire day and then return to Santiago in time for your international flight home. This itinerary provides the discerning traveler the chance to see the best of Chile's diverse landscapes.