From sun-flamed towers of Torres del Paine to Punta Arenas, the gateway to southern Patagonia on the Straits of Magellan, traveling in Patagonia is filled with natural beauty, rich culture and adventure.
Travel in Chile
Biking through Chile’s Atacama Desert, the driest desert on earth, may sound crazy, but for this young couple, it was an unforgettable adventure.
Patagonia is home to some of the most popular hiking trails in the world. Here’s our guide on the top hiking treks for beginner to advanced hikers.
In search of excitement with a side order of bruises? Strap a board to your feet and cruise down the sand dunes of Chile.
Life is slower in Chiloé, a 40-island archipelago off the coast of Chile. This untouched countryside is perfect for those who like to travel off-the-beaten path.
Whether you call it Easter Island, Rapa Nui or Isla de Pascua, this little speck of land in the middle of the ocean has intrigued people for centuries. Here’s our guide to Easter Island
Raw and natural, Easter Island is also remote and isolated enough to do some serious soul-searching.
An intrepid traveler braves the angry mountain to get a glimpse of the boiling caldera.
Glaciers, mountains, and thermal springs delight during a trek through Chile’s Northern Patagonia region.
Buses and ferries transport visitors through a scenic pass of jagged, snowcapped mountains and fjord-like lakes.