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- The official currency in Chile is the Chilean peso (Ch$).
- Euros and US dollars are also generally accepted in most high-end hotels but compared to other South American…
After arriving at Santiago Airport (SCL), there are two options for public transport to get to the city center of Santiago, taxi, and bus.
Here are some of my top tips that really helped in cutting costs in Chile
Avoid wine tasting tours.
- Instead of going for wine tasting tours buy a…
With Andes mountains on one side and the pacific ocean on other, it's no surprise that Chile hosts numerous magnificent falls and cascades.
This Patagonian waterfall…Show more
- Chiloe Island, Chile's largest island, is one of the true off the beaten path destinations in Chile. It is located in Southern Chile offshore from the northern Patagonia…
- Citizens of up to 93 states including all European Union citizens and US citizens don't require visas if they are visiting for a period of less than 90…
With more than 4,300 kilometers from the southern point of Patagonia to the northern border of Peru, Chile has a countless of worthy attractions across a country.
Chile …Show more
With spectacular 4,270 kilometers of coastline, it shouldn't be a surprise that Chile has many wonderful beaches.
And on top of that, usually, these beautiful Chilean beaches are…Show more
- The first thing to understand is that there is the Argentian Patagonia and Chilean Patagonia both with sort of different attractions. On the Argentian side, the main highlight…