We include all four of Chile's diverse regions.
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Chile has long been recognised as one of the most spectacularly and diversely scenic countries in the world. The stunning jagged spires and virgin forest of Torres del Paine National Park, patrolled by condors and pumas, could not be further removed from the lifeless, hauntingly beautiful Atacama Desert; the colourful cities and fertile valleys of the central coast at greater odds to the shimmering waters and snow-capped volcanoes of the Chilean Lake District. Yet the majority of travel companies only include three of these amazing areas in their touring itineraries – travel with us to experience the full contrast and majesty of this slim Latin American wonderland.
This morning we travel along the shore of Lake Llanquihue to Laguna Verde before entering Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, one of the oldest in Chile, and travelling up to the mighty Osorno Volcano. Here we have time for a short walk and to take in the amazing views of the volcano and the shimmering Lake Llanquihue far below in the valley. After an included lunch we continue to the Petrohue rapids and view the dashing succession of azure blue cascades against a backdrop of majestic mountains. We continue to the port of Petrohue for views of spectacular Lake Todos los Santos, also known as the Emerald Lake, before returning to Puerto Varas.