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La Tirana - Iquique
Diving in Easter Island
Surf - Iquique
Valle Nevado
Kayak - Lago LLanquihue
Bicicleta - Carretera Austral
Ojos del Caburgua
Sandboard - San Pedro de Atacama
Termas del Rincon 2

"Lose yourself in experiences to meet yourself again"


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Easter Island

Easter Island, or Rapa Nui as it is known as by its locals, lies in the far eastern Pacific Ocean, and was a late addition to the world’s timeline, forming about 3 million years ago. It is volcanic and rocky, and has a much cooler climate than its tropical neighbours to the west. Wild horses wander its barren landscape and the wild ocean lashes the coast.

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Amazing landscapes full of glaciers and rock mountains are characteristic of this southern part of the world. Foreigners say local people make them feel in home. The silence with its flora and fauna will surprise you like a secret of nature.

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Atacama Desert

Sandwiched between the Pacific and the Andes, the incredible landscape of Chile’s remote Atacama Desert is like no place on earth. With its jagged, rust-colored ravines, vast, rocky, white salt pan and volcano-topped horizons, you would be forgiven for drawing comparisons with places beyond our atmosphere.


Lakes District

A lands blessed by lakes and volcanoes, where, according the natives, the great spirit lives. Mapuches (people of the Earth) still keep their traditions and share with the visitors. Ideal location for outdoor activities surrounded by nature.

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Santiago Wines District

The cosmopolitan and modern Santiago and the colorfull Valparaíso are located in this area where all the international flights arrive and depart. With weather and soils excellents for the wine industry this district have a first class infraestructure to begin you trip in Chile.

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