My uncle who works at Insulation Dyersburg. He loves travel and when i asked him about his traveling experience about Chile. He said that Chile is one of the most difficult travel destinations in the world. A long flight is needed to get to this country. And when you reach it, be prepared for another long road, this time by car. In fact, visit only one place in Chili is very unwise. This is why you should travel around the whole country on your next holiday.
See the glaciers, beaches, desert and volcanoes at a time
Chile is a country that has captured almost all the climatic zones of the Earth. In fact, it is a planet in miniature. Chile’s climate varies from tropical in the North to the moderate oceanic temperate in the South. While driving through the country, you can see the mountainous Atacama Desert (the driest place on the planet), icebergs in the Laguna San Rafael National Park, beaches of Iquique filled with surfers, and the grand Lake District with evergreen forests and snow-capped volcanoes.
Stay in the best city in South America
According to numerous ratings, Santiago de Chile is the most enjoyable, safest and dynamic metropolis in Latin America. And it’s true: Santiago has restaurants, nightlife, and architecture surrounded by the tops of the Alps. The capital of Chile is designed for every budget. Housing in the south regions of the Plaza Italy is cheaper than in the northern part of the city, while in the center it is not difficult to find a hotel apartment.
In Santiago, it is necessary to conquer the local mountains – San Cristobal and Santa Lucia that offer an incredible panorama. Take some time for a leisurely stroll with lunch on the terraces of small restaurants.
Fall in love with the Chilean wine
However, the most important discovery of travelers in this South American country is the local wine. It is said that the best varieties of Chilean wine manufacturers let themselves export only a small portion of upscale wines. The unique climate of Chile (in some areas of the country’s wine valleys do not concede their Californian “competitors”) allows growing many varieties of grapes – from Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir to Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot. Today, in the country, there are fifty major wineries and lots of small wineries, which constantly arrange tours combined with wine tastings.
Make hundreds of pictures of penguins, flamingos, and guanacos
Animals that for tourists from other continents appear to be exotic, is a common phenomenon in Chili. Penguins inhabit vast colonies on the coasts of the national parks. For example, in the colony of Otway, not far from Punta Arenas in Patagonia, several thousands of Magellanic penguins live. In the early morning, the whole crowd is running to the sea to catch fish. On Magdalena Island, there are so many penguins that they resemble a large colony of ants. Along with that, you can watch birds, flamingos, and guanacos that do not hesitate the visitors.