Along the western coast of South America lies the longest country in the world, Chile. In the north you have the driest desert on the globe, filled with desolate moonscapes, and rough terrain. The Central Valley is home to some of the worlds most fertile vineyards, and the capital, Santiago. Head toward the Pacific Ocean and stumble upon some of the best seafood dishes you will ever taste. Venture down south and find yourself among untouched forest and pristine waters in the Lake District.

And if you’re lucky enough… visit the snow-capped peaks of the Patagonia.

I’ve organized my travels through Chile by the Northern, Central, and Southern regions.










More writing soon on: Wine country surrounding Santiago, Curico, Pucon, Puerto Montt, Valdivia, Picihilemu surfing





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