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Chile Tours & Holidays

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Chile and experience life changing adventures

Discover The Wonders Of Chile

Embarking on a journey through Chile offers a unique panorama of South American life. Nestled between the Pacific and the stunning Andes, Chile’s landscapes encompass everything from vast deserts to verdant vineyards, and even charming coastal towns. Looking out onto the Torres del Paine or navigating the street-art-filled alleyways of Valparaiso, you’ll feel a world away. Despite its long, slim geographical layout, Chile is a country moving forward with vibrant cities like Santiago showcasing artistic flair, majestic architecture, and a burgeoning food scene. But it’s not just about urban exploration; Chile’s natural wonders, from its national parks to its arid deserts, make it a genuine bucket list contender offering an array of experiences – stunning landscapes, vibrant cities, and a robust food culture.

Chile At A Glance

CAPITAL CITY

Santiago (population 6.9 million)

POPULATION

19.6 million

CURRENCY

Chilean Peso (CLP)

LANGUAGE

Spanish

TIME ZONE

(GMT-04:00) Santiago

CALLING CODE

+56

ELECTRICITY

Type C (European 2-pin) Type L (Italian 3-pin)

TOP THINGS TO SEE IN Chile

Torres del Paine

Torres del Paine

Known for its soaring mountains, bright blue icebergs, and golden pampas rich with wildlife, the Torres del Paine National Park stands as a must-visit location for its awe-inspiring natural beauty and adventure opportunities.

Santiago

Santiago

The dynamic capital city of Chile, Santiago, perfectly blends tradition with modernity. Key attractions include the historical Plaza de Armas, grand Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral, and the bustling Central Market.

Valparaiso

Valparaiso

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Valparaiso is famous for its colourful clifftop homes, historic funiculars, and vibrant street art scene. Enjoy the bohemian vibe and breathtaking ocean views.

Atacama Desert

Atacama Desert

As one of the driest places on earth, Chile’s Atacama Desert offers a ruggedly beautiful landscape, spectacular salt flats, hot springs, and a surreal, moon-like terrain. A haven for stargazers, the desert’s clear night skies are a marvel to behold.

OUR ADVENTURE Trips & TOURS IN Chile

STARTING FROM £4800

Join The Bucket List Company on a small-group tour in Chile and unveil the country’s hidden gems with the help of our expert local tour leaders. A first glimpse of the breathtaking Patagonia, surrounded by sparkling ice caps and deep blue lakes, creates a memory that lasts a lifetime.

13 Days from:
£4800
Challenge Rating:
Rating Three
15 Days from:
£5500
Challenge Rating:
Rating One

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Chile FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The best time to visit Chile varies based on the region, given its geographical diversity. However, generally, October to March offer pleasant weather.

The official currency is the Chilean Peso. ATMs are widely available, especially in larger cities, and offer a good exchange rate.

Visa requirements vary depending on your nationality. Please check with your travel agency or the local embassy.

Must-see locations include Torres del Paine, Santiago, Valparaiso, Atacama Desert, and the wine valleys.

Like any destination, tourists should be aware of their surroundings. However, Chile is considered one of the safest countries in South America for tourists.

Spanish is the official language in Chile, but English is commonly spoken in tourist areas and major cities.

We advise you to check with your local travel clinic 4-6 months prior to departure to see what is required. Also check the Travel Health Pro Website

Tap water is safe to drink in most areas of Chile, however, we still advise you pack your filtered water bottle.

Chilean cuisine is varied and delicious, featuring seafood dishes, hearty meat stews, and exquisite wines. Vegetarians and those with dietary restrictions can also find suitable options.

Chileans tend to be warm and friendly. When eating, they always use utensils – even when eating fruit!

Costs will vary depending on travel style, but it’s possible to travel in Chile on a budget while also having high-end luxury options.

There are no specific dress codes for travellers in Chile. Standard travel wear is acceptable in most places. However, always pack layers as weather can vary.

Public transportation options in Chile include buses, collective taxis known as ‘colectivos,’ and in Santiago, a metro system.

Absolutely! From hiking in Patagonia, exploring national parks, to stargazing in the Atacama desert, Chile delivers on adventure tourism.