Our Chile tours take you to a land of extremes. This South American country's diverse landscapes are made up of fiery volcanoes and salt deserts, idyllic beaches and dense forests, gargantuan valleys and majestic vineyards, cobalt glacial lakes and snow-capped mountains. Chile's geographical extremes mean that diversity can be found in the hospitality of its people and its food and drink - from empanadas to king crab, tropical fruits to excellent wines.
On our Chile escorted tours (which form part of our longer 'Grand Tour of South America'), we’ll explore Santiago, the vibrant and culture-led capital, take in views of the magnificent Andes, and visit the coastal town of Viña del Mar. We’ll sail across serene lakes and marvel at the wildlife including Magellanic penguins. Our Chile holidays will give you a taste of the country’s most spectacular highlights.View all holidays to Chile
Tipping is customary for obtaining good service. For service in restaurants etc. 15% is usual .
Peso ($) 1$ = 100 centavos.
A variety of foods are available, especially fish and potato dishes. Chile also produces a number of fine wines. Please note: You should be aware that any
food items (including fruit) are prohibited when entering Chile and you can be fined $200 per item.
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GMT - 4 hours
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As Chile is a long, narrow country, temperatures drop the further south you travel. In the north, in January-March, temperatures are generally warm, dropping slightly between October-November. In the far south, it will be significantly colder.
For the latest country specific information please check the website for National Travel Health Network and Centre www.nathnac.org
No visa is needed for British citizens to enter Chile. A standard 10 year British passport is required for all holidays, which must be valid for at least 6 months beyond your planned date of return travel.
From London to Santiago is approx 15 hours
Set at the foot of the Andes, Santiago has arguably one the world’s best backdrops. The views across the city are quite spectacular, as the snow-covered peaks rise up to the sky framing a busy metropolis. Its cultural scene is thriving, as well as its outstanding National Museums of history and fine art. We’ll wander amongst the city’s colonial architecture at Plaza de Armas and explore the bohemian district of Bellavista, as well as take an elevator to the top of San Cristobal Hill where we can drink in great views of the Andes towering over the city.
The pretty city of Puerto Varas has magical vistas across the shimmering Llanquihue Lake, flanked by two imposing volcanoes Calbuco and Osorno. We’ll sail via catamaran to the green waters of Lake Todos los Santos and admire the scenery, as well as explore Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, home to pumas and tiny pudú deer.
The southernmost city of Chile, Punta Arenas on the edge of the Magellen Strait is an urban sprawl of buildings with a modern edge and unique and fascinating history. The industrial city connects travellers to Argentina, but what draws visitors here is the incredible marine life and surrounding scenery. Meanwhile, we’ll be astounded by the penguin colonies at Otway Sounds - where tens of thousands of Magellanic penguins come to nest on during October to March.
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