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Located between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountains and nearly 3,000 miles long but only 150 miles wide at its widest point, Chile is the world’s longest country. Despite its long thin shape Chile provides travelers with an amazing geographic diversity from the dry Atacama Desert in the North, through to glaciers, mountain peaks, lakes and dense forests of the South. It offers nature lovers and adventurers alike a myriad of experience options unrivaled anywhere in South America.

About Chile

Nestled between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Chile is a county of geographical extremes from the driest desert in the world in the North to immense ice fields and glaciers in the South and the landscape in between a mixture of scrubland, vineyards and orchards, rainforest, fjords and steppes. All towered over by the Andes with its peaks and volcanoes along its Eastern border.  Adventurers and nature lovers are presented with endless possibilities for outdoor activities, from trekking, horse riding, climbing, skiing, whitewater rafting, sea kayaking, bird watching and 4x4 excursions, fly-fishing and more.

Patagonia, is at the at the southernmost tip of the Americas and is where Chileans and non-Chilean visitors alike come to gaze at the region’s many spectacular glaciers, hike the rugged peaks in the country’s most famous national park, Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, flyfish for wild trout in Patagonia’s crystal clear rivers or to visit the penguins.

In the North in the region “El Norte Grande” is the Atacama Desert; the driest desert in the world, a 1000km stretch of parched wasteland which contains areas where no rainfall has been recorded – ever. This harsh landscape climbs towards the altiplano in the east with lakes and salt flats for biking and snowcapped volcanoes for hiking.

In the heart of the country is Santiago your gateway to famous vineyards and some of the best ski resorts in the Southern Hemisphere as well as the nearby beach of Vina del Mar.

No Chile tour is complete without a stop at the mysterious Easter Island. A small volcanic landmass in the South Pacific Easter Island is considered one of the most remote islands in the world. It is home of one of the most mysterious civilizations in the world and where you will be amazed by the famous moai statues that cover the island. It also offers good conditions for surfing and has a number of islets which are popular for diving and snorkeling.

Our Experience Highlights for Chile

• Hike the Torres de Paine National Park
• Visit the lakeside hot springs of Laguna Verde
• Go Paragliding in Iquique and enjoy the incredible views of the giant sand dune of Cerro Dragón.
• Sand-board in Death Valley, San Pedro de Atacama
• Go for a boat ride along the San Rafael Glacier
• See the 3,700-year old Alerce tree in Alerce Costero National Park
• Visit Easter Island’s ancient Moai statues
• Go swimming and soak up the rays at Bahía Inglesa
• Go hiking up the Volcán Villarrica, an active volcano
• Watch penguins at the sanctuaries at Isla Magdalena and Seno Otway.
• Trek across Valle de la Luna in the Atacama
• Explore the glaciers and fijords of southern Patagonia

Natopia offers you a range of experiences to help you get the most of the natural wonders Chile has to offer. If you cannot find what you are looking for let us know and with our knowledge and connections we will help you find the natural experiences that will make your trip to Chile something you will remember for a lifetime.