Hola! Today I introduce one of my favorite countries in South America: Chile! Chile is one of the most diverse countries on the continent due to its huge north-south extension. Backpacking in Chile is particularly appealing but also very time consuming due to the large distances. I want to be one of the ten best tourist attractions in Chile simplify the planning of your chilis trip. Vamos! One of the most famous tourist attractions in Chile is the Torres del Paine National Park. Who comes here should be prepared for a multi-day hike. You can find my complete circular walk in a documentary on my blog! The Marble Caves of Puerto Rio Tranquilo. This place is a little more awkward to reach. The reason for traveling here are the marble caves in the middle of General Carrera Lake. The ‘Capillas de Marmol’ are just a few minutes’ boat ride from Puerto Río Tranquilo. After seeing these pictures it should be clear that the arduous way is worth it! The Atacama Desert is located in the very north of the country and is the driest desert in the world. It has a lot to offer: the Moon Valley, numerous flamingos in the lagoons, Sandboarding on the sand dunes, volcanoes and the incredibly beautiful night sky are many good reasons to visit. Los Pinguinos. Isla Magdalena is close to the largest city in Southern Chile. penguins live on this small island.
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A daily ferry will allow you to visit the colony for minutes. Lago O’Higgins. This is a place few on their trip through Chile ever have on the slip. But at the same time that ensures that you in a huge area only a few like-minded people meet. Here you should bring time since arrival and departure already taken for themselves take a whole week. Rafting on the Futaleufu. According to many experts, the Futaleufu is considered one of the best rivers in the world for white water rafting. That’s exactly what you should do to see as much of the river landscape as possible. The Villarrica volcano at Pucon. I recommend the off season to enjoy Pucon and nature around it. The hike to Villarrica is an absolute must when you come here. An experience you will never forget! The Osorno volcano near Puerto Varas. If we are already at volcanoes we will take the next one with us. Puerto Varas is a place with German roots, the Osorno but then remembers but quickly because you are in South America.
The landscape is beautiful here too and in contrast to the Villarrica you can here Drive far up the hill and admire the view without tying the hiking boots. Valparaiso. The colorful port city of Valparaiso with its hills and the loving Street Art is rightly part of the UNESCO World Heritage. The first time I did backpacking in Chile Valpo together with Vina del Mar was the last and at the same time most relaxing station. The fjord landscapes of the Carretera Austral. For the true adventurers among you! Located in one of the most impassable areas of Chile: the Carretera Austral. On the way from Puerto Montt to Chaiten you cross with a total of ferries cross the rugged coastline and cross the Hornopiren National Park. For your trip to Chile I recommend you my guide ‘Chile on your own’ The link can be found in the info box under this post. On my blog you will find many more posts from Chile. For example, this documentation from the Carretera Austral. comment to my blog for new travel posts every Thursday. Bye for now!