Our two days in Pucon, one of Chile’s most popular tourist destinations, were filled with rain. Luckily there was one indulgent silver lining to our summer cloud!
There is a lot to love about Chile, but the food’s not one of ’em. Find out why Chilean food just plain sucks…
Obviously there are thousands of things to love about Santiago, but we are sharing the 33 things we loved the most and that made Chile’s capital special for us:
Stopping in Chiloe, an island off Chile’s mainland, was a great decision – we found 15th century wooden churches, traditional fishing villages, untouched nature and a penguin colony!
Our Hotel Tip of the Week series offers accommodation tips from around the world. All are places where we have stayed in and personally recommend. This week: Margouya 2 in Puerto Varas, Chile.
Torres Del Paine National Park is Patagonia at its best: stunning scenery paired with amazing wildlife and beautiful hikes, including the famous W Trek.
In our quick guide to Santiago we share which attractions, neighborhoods and restaurants we think you shouldn’t miss on a visit to Chile’s capital.
One of the things we love most about Santiago is that it is a city of public art. The city is filled with sculptures – here are some of our favorite Santiago sculptures.
We had no idea that the Chileans were such active folks! We keep discovering outdoor gyms all over Santiago and love how many people utilize them.
Santiago’s street art scene make for a creative, intelligent vibe throughout the city.