From historic Santiago to boho Valparaíso and into staggeringly beautiful mountains and desert, this is a pulse-racing trip.
The creation of the Parque Patagonia conservation area – the brainchild of a billionaire US couple – is a step to creating one of the world’s largest national parks. But what’s the hiking like?
Santiago is shaking things up with a vibrant new bar and nightlife scene that’s steadily erasing its reputation as a less-than-glamorous stopover city. Here, we pick 10 top spots for a glass of wine, a pisco or just a good beer.
Nowhere on Earth is better for stargazing than Chile’s Atacama desert, where super-observatories have opened up to a wave of astro-tourists seeking unpolluted skies
Patagonia – the region covers some 400,000 square miles and here are some highlights for the reader.
Travel tips from people who have visited Patagonia