I am Italian and have lived in Spain, Australia, Vietnam and Chile. I have traveled from the very north to the very south of Chile and sincerely believe the beauty and diversity of its landscape, as well as the warmth of its people, make this country a unique and interesting place to visit.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I very much enjoy offering my expertise to anyone who wants to visit Chile. I can make suggestions from the cleanest budget hotels to the nicest luxury resorts. My specialty is adapting the trip to the needs of the client. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"Travel has been always an important part of me, so I decide to avocade my life to my passion and share it with people around me"
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My favorite place in Chile is definitely Patagonia. The remoteness, the silence (wind aside), the breathtaking views behind every corner make it the perfect spot for whoever is looking for inner peace, relaxation and inspiration."
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If you have two weeks in Chile, you can visit a range of diverse landscapes or focus your energy on one region, like Patagonia. Explore the natural wonders of Chile, from the Atacama Desert to the glaciers of Torres del Paine National Park, take a boat tour through the Marble Caves, taste wines made at coastal wineries, and wander through the colorful streets of Valparaíso on these four unique itineraries.
Spend 10 days in Chile, and you'll be glad you did: it's enough to experience some of the famously long coastline, go wine tasting, and even venture down to the wilds of Patagonia. Or, choose to dive deep into a region—spend your entire trip in the Atacama Desert or tackle a multi-day trek in Torres del Paine. Add a week to do it all, but if you're short on time, don't worry—a few days is all you need to check out the colorful capital city and surrounds.
November is a gorgeous month to visit Chile. Patagonia finally blooms into spring, while the north moves into even warmer, drier weather. It's an excellent time to visit the coastal towns and desert in the north, as well as Torres del Paine while the crowds and high prices are still a month away.
Chile's autumn is in full swing in April with cooling temperatures and bright colors. Crowds thin out in Patagonia making this a great time to visit, while Santiago, the central wine valley, and Atacama Desert offer plenty of scenic road trips and Easter celebrations. Let this monthly guide help you find the best places to visit and things to do.
The secret's almost out. Boasting some of the planet's most diverse and remote landscapes—and an up-and-coming capital—Chile is becoming an increasingly popular travel destination. We've listed the country's top highlights with alternative ideas on how to skip the still-manageable, yet swelling crowds. Read on to learn more.
This comprehensive 15-day tour allows visitors to see the most interesting cities and regions in the whole of Chile. Moreover, some of this adventure is of the self-drive variety, meaning you'll get to hop behind the wheel and make it a road trip. It begins in the capital of Santiago with excursions to nearby Valparaiso and Viña del Mar, two of the most beautiful coastal cities in the nation. Then it's off to the high-altitude deserts of the northern Atacama and its otherworldy landscapes. The tour culminates with road trips in the Chilean ecological wonderland known as the Lake District.