South of Chile

The southern zone of Chile offers a wide variety of sites and activities. In addition to unique flora and fauna, it is covered with lovely little towns and cities, impressive volcanoes, fiords, archipelagos, and the feeling of being one with nature in one of the world’s most austral locations.

Chiloé – It is often described as a place of myths and legends, which the visitor believes as soon as he or she sets foot in it. Colorful houses have been erected on pilots, to withstand the will of the sea and cohabit with it, since most inhabitants are artisanal fishermen. Sixteen small churches decorate this town, so unique, that Unesco declared them World Heritage Sites. The gastronomical offer is unexpected, given that this place’s uniqueness taints everything, making its people, history, aesthetic, and cuisine unique as well.

Pucón – It is a must-visit, both for natives and visitors. It is full of outdoor activities, including the possibility to climb Villarica Volcano, go rafting, horseback riding, hiking, or steam bathing, amongst many other options.

Punta Arenas – Once again, Chile astonishes the traveler with the view of a city so far south that you must see to believe. Vastness is the one word that comes to mind when you discover the greatness of Patagonia, embellished by the sight of its rich flora and fauna