From the Atacama Desert to the Grey Glacier, a land to discover!
Chile still remains a “niche” tourist destination, ideal for adventurous spirits, lovers of unspoiled wilderness, and those who want a unique experience. With its unique elongated shape, Chile, sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountain range is, covering a distance from north to south of about 4,300 km, and from east to west of only 180, the longest country in the world. Impossible to describe its beauty, along its entire length the terrain changes radically and continuously offering the traveler breathtaking landscapes made up of deserts of a thousand colors, incredibly blue skies in the middle of which stand out imposing granite peaks, lagoons inhabited by thousands of pink flamingos and glaciers with sparkling azure colors.
Recommended time to visit Chile: October to April.
Chile, with its extremely elongated shape, sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountain range, has distinctly different climates from north to south, with seasons reversed from our own.
The northern part of the country has a desert climate, with almost no rainfall and mild temperatures; it can be visited year-round but the best time is from November to March.
The central area enjoys a Mediterranean-type climate, with mild winters and warm summers, while the southernmost area has an oceanic-type climate.The best time to visit this area is from November to February.
Easter Island, on the other hand, has a subtropical climate, warm humid in summer and mild in winter, and is therefore visitable year-round.