Chile is blessed with a landscape of extremes, from the driest of deserts to snow-dusted mountains and bright-blue glaciers.

Running along the spine of South America, Chile stretches over 4,300 kilometres from north to south, yet is just 350 kilometres across at its widest point.

The country is blessed with a landscape of extremes, from the driest of deserts to snow-dusted mountains and enormous bright-blue glaciers. Holidays to Chile manage to squeeze a huge variety of activities into a small timeframe, including tours of lush vineyards in the Central Valley and the dramatic granite columns of the Torres del Paine National Park. Its cosmopolitan capital, Santiago, lies amid one of the most fertile wine-producing regions the world has to offer and is full of colonial charm and a Mediterranean feel. Wine tastings can be undertaken on day trips from Santiago or as part of a longer stay.

Alternatively, travellers can continue south towards the Lake District, where waterfalls and hot springs glitter invitingly, reflecting the spotless white peaks of the Andes. A visit to Chile isn’t quite complete without a stay in beautiful Chilean Patagonia, with time spent exploring the Torres del Paine National Park. An ideal destination for January, here, the vast granite towers which give the park its name plunge into dramatic valleys, surrounded by waterfalls, glaciers and lakes.

In complete contrast, Chile holidays could also visit the Atacama Desert, thousands of kilometres away from the glacial south in the north of the country. At its most ethereal during sunrise and sunset, the Atacama Desert is a photographer’s dream and at certain times the earth and sky appear to turn burnished gold and crimson, depending on the height of the sun. The lunar-like landscape is peppered with geysers and salt flats, and the region is a stargazing hotspot.

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Chile travel information

  • Time zone: -3 GMT
  • Flight time: 15-17 hours
  • Recommended airlines: British Airways, Air France, Delta, United
  • Currency: Chilean Peso
  • Tipping guideline: 10% of total bill
  • Health considerations: There is a risk of altitude illness when travelling to destinations of 2,500m or higher.
  • Capital: Santiago
  • Population: 1.96588e+007
  • National languages: Spanish
  • Electricity and plugs: Type C and Type L, 220 V, 50 Hz
  • Mobile phone coverage: Excellent
  • UK passport visa requirements: You don't need a visa for Chile if you have a British passport - for a maximum of 90 days

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