Hotels in Chile
From deserts to glaciers, Chile is a country with such diversity that is has everything a traveller could possibly want.
Chile has a common border with Peru to the North, with Bolivia and Argentina to the East, to the West is the Pacific Ocean, and to the South, the South Pole.
In the same way that Chile’s territory is very varied so is its climate which is determined by its latitude, its proximity to the sea and its altitude.
The Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport in the city of Santiago receives all domestic and international flights arriving in Chile. From here you can make connections to arrive at various points throughout the country.
Chile is such a diverse country where do you start?
The North of Chile has fabulous seaside resort towns; quiet, relaxed, safe, with several nice beaches and sun virtually every day of the year. Visit during Spring time to see deserts in bloom.
Central Chile offers a great base for skiing in the nearby Andes and later be on the beach, all in the same day. Thermal baths, mining towns and trekking can all be on the agenda for those travelling to Central Chile.
Southern Chile offers vacationers great outdoor adventures – Glaciers, trekking, flyfishing, rafting, kayaking just to name a few.
Easter Island (Isla de Pascuai) is one of the most isolated islands on Earth. Early settlers called the island "Te Pito O Te Henua" (Navel of The World). Officially a territory of Chile, it lies far off in the Pacific Ocean, roughly halfway to Tahiti. It is most famous for its enigmatic giant stone busts, built centuries ago, which reflect the history of the dramatic rise and fall of the most isolated Polynesian culture.
Todays’ Chilean Heritage acknowledged by UNESCO is very diverse. However, the real connection are those men and women who have given sense and life to this land. By visiting these heritage sites you will begin to know further, Chile and Chilean peoples.
To enter Chile, all passengers must pass through the international police check and present their identification documents (either an Identification Card or passport) and the visa stamp (depending on the country where you are coming from)
When entering Chile the international police give tourists a Tourist card (Tarjeta de Tourismo), a non-transferable and personal document, which lasts for 90 days and can be extended for a further 90 days. Tourists must hand in the tourist card when they leave the country. The extension of this card can be requested in Regional Intendancies, in the Foreign Office.
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