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Chile
There is almost one volcano for each of Chile’s 2,650 mile length, squeezed into 100 miles They stand sentinel over winelands, alpine lakes and forests, or crack the sky as icy peaks swathed in glaciers.between the Andes and the Pacific. Some are pastel ones towering above the Atacama desert.
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Torres del Paine
The Torres del Paine National Park dominate southern Patagonia. National Geographic described it as the fifth most beautiful place in the world. The magnificent landscape of glaciers, mountains, and lakes is prime territory for hiking, and there are wonderful places to stay, too.
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Stella Australis
The Stella Australis Chilean cruise allows its passengers to venture into the waters at the very tip of South America, the Southern Patagonian fjords. The views along the way are breathtaking, and you can breathe them in from the comfort and safety of this luxurious cruise liner.
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Chiloe Island
Chiloe Island is the largest island in the Chiloe Archipelago, which lies just off Chile’s Pacific coast. In this temperate climate, rainforests flourish, and the Chiloe National Park protects both marine and land based ecosystems. It’s a fabulous spot for watching pygmy glue whale.
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Ultimate Wine Tour
Chile boasts some of the best vineyards in the Americas. It’s an area of great natural beauty, but for wine lovers the real attraction is the many wineries which open their doors for tastings and tours. We’ll prepare an itinerary just for you to experience the very best.
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Atacama and Uyuni
The vast Atacama Desert stretches across a plateau from the Pacific Ocean to the Andean foothills. It’s the driest desert in the world, receiving less rainfall than the polar deserts. Unique flora and fauna have evolved to exist in this hostile environment, and in Uyuni there’s a human population...