Chile, with an area of ​​757,000 sqkm, is a country of extremes. It is not particularly large (at 38th world rank due to its surface) but it has a coastline of 6,400 km, which represents almost two thirds of the western coast of South America. This is what explains its average width of only 180 km, travelled by the famous Andes. Chile is also a country with a low population density but with multiple ecosystems including the Atacama Desert (the driest desert in the world) in the north and Patagonia and the Strait of Magellan in the south, famous for its preserved areas and its immense glaciers.

Our trips in Chile are particularly dedicated to the discovery of the peculiar nature of this region. They allow experiences of living in immersion, ranging from stays in simple camps, and from treks to luxury vacation. We also offer trips dedicated to the observation and the photography of wildlife and landscapes. While comfortable they offer an even closer and more direct view of these exceptional ecosystems.

Whales and fauna of the Magellan Strait

November 2022 to May 2023

4 days / 4 nights - from £ 2,580 per person

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The pumas of Patagonia and the landscapes and wildlife of the Atacama and South Lipez

April, May and October

11 days / 9 nights - from £ 3,760 per person

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Capital city: Santiago

Flight time from Europe: 17 hours minutes (via Madrid)

Time difference: GMT – 3 hours

Best time to go: All year round

Visas: Not required for UK passport holders

Health requirements: Visit your health professional at least 4 to 6 weeks before your trip to check whether you need any vaccinations or other preventive measures

Language: Spanish

Currency: Chilean Peso

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