It is located approximately 1.000 Km (620 miles) to the South of Santiago. In the Los Lagos Region, visitors are awaited by a perfectly chained lake’s  scenery, inserted in the natural setting of luxurious flora and fauna, the presence of Llanquilhue, and Todos lo Santos lakes prevail.

Among the activities that can be carried out by tourists, are fly fishing of different kind of salmons in Llanquihue and Todos Los Santos lakes as well as in  rivers Maullín, Pescado, Blanco, Tepu, Petrohué and in Cayutué Lagoon. Fishing season in Llanquihue Lake is extended from September 15th to the third Sunday of May.

Other sports to do are rafting, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking and canopying. This area allows you to enjoy nature by climbing the Osorno Volcano, go trekking in the Puntiagudo, Calbuco and Cerro Tronador along with ornithology and a photographic safari in the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park.

 
 
 

Ricardo Eliecer Neftalí Reyes Basoalto, better known as Pablo Neruda is a national poet who won the Nobel Prize in 1971. Besides that, he was a very important communist senator, consul, ambassador, art and antiques collector, etc.

The only way you can get to know about is interesting an amazing life is by visiting his 3 houses which today are public museums.

La Chascona
Tuesdays to Sundays, 10 AM to 6 PM. March 1st to January 1st.
Tuesdays to Sundays, 10 AM to 7 PM. January 2nd to February 28th (9th).
RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE BEFORE VISITING.
La Sebastiana
Tuesdays to Sundays, 10.10 AM to 6:00 PM. March 1st to January 1st.
Tuesdays to Sundays, 10.30 AM to 6:50 PM. January 2nd to February 28th (9th)
GROUPS OVER 15 PEOPLE MUST MAKE RESERVATIONS BEFORE VISITING.
Isla Negra
Tuesdays to Sundays, 10 AM to 6 PM. March 1st to January 1st.
Tuesdays to Sundays, 10 AM to 8 PM. January 2nd to February 28th (9th).
RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE BEFORE VISITING.

 
 
 

Eastern Island it is located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, in front of Caldera, 3,700 km (2,300 miles) from the continent and 5 hours flight from Santiago, the island rises over a large submarine platform that emerged as a result of three successive volcanoes.

Isla de Pascua (Spanish name), also known as Rapa Nui or Te Pito or Te Henua, declared World Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO, is famous for its 1,000 moais, millenary ceremonial statues made of volcanic stones with human shape, that along with 300 ahu (ceremonial platforms) are vestiges of a culture full of mysteries not yet discovered and which antecedents are kept in the local museum and library.

The island has a warm and nice climate during the whole year, with an incomparable coastline perfect to surf and dive because of the clearness and temperature of its waters.
Instructors, surfing and diving equipments are available to facilitate the access to astonishing waves and submarine flora and fauna and also sport fishing, which practice invites to capture lobsters at open sea.

 
 
 

It is known as the “Archeological Capital of Chile”, the commune of San Pedro de Atacama invites tourists to know its archeology, desert, natural sanctuaries, pre-Colombian village architecture and to enjoy its incomparable and impressive natural attractions.

Located at 1.574 km (978 miles) from the Northeast of Santiago, your adventure may begin in Calama, a city located near one of the largest copper mines of the world, Chuquicamata, and continue to San Pedro, from where it is advisable to explore the most important attractions of the zone: El Tatío Geysers; The Moon Valley; Atacama Salar; Tulor Ruins; Pucará de Quitor; pre-Hispanic villages as unique as Toconao, Caspana and Chiu-Chiu.

 
 
 

This National Park has a spectacular beautiful landscape, trails qualified to do trekking, and thus travel through different scenarios of pampas, black magallanean forests, lakes and lagoons with icebergs and imposing glaciers, all of this surrounded by huge rocky masses that characterize the figure of the Torres del Paine. Native trees forests cover the huemules (Patagonian deer), condors, ñandues (South American ostriches) and guanacos (relatives of llamas, alpacas & vicuñas). The park is located in the Magellan’s Region and the Chilean Antarctica. The capitol city is Punta Arenas, located 3.090 km (1.920 miles) to the south of Santiago, and approximately 3 hours and 45 minutes by plane.

Currently, this national park is the only one in the region that has the best infrastructure and facilities, tourist lodging (hotels, lodges, camping), not to mention the wide variety of guided excursions such as horseback riding, trekking, sailing, walks on ice and kayaking, among others. It has been declared biosphere reserve by UNESCO.