Chile: The best adventure tourism destination in the world.

Mountains, volcanoes, glaciers, rivers, lakes, the driest desert in the world, virgin forests and incredible natural landscapes can be explored in Chile.

Hiking close to Santiago

Chilean marsupial

27 de noviembre 2018

Chilean Marsupial

Monito del monte  is a small nocturnal arboreal marsupial found in temperate forests in Chile. Monito del Monte has been described as a nocturnal species because of its well-developed sense of sight and smell.

Guías de Trekkinen Santiago de Chile

Adrián Tapia

Chilean local guide

Cordillera de los Andes, fósiles

27 de noviembre de 2018

Fossils in Cajón del Maipo

I took this picture of ammonites in the Chilean Andes Mountain, Cajón del Maipo.

Ammonites first show up in the fossil record about 400 million years ago. The species went extinct at the same time as the dinosaurs, about 65 million years ago. If you’d like to experience places like this and get a taste of real daily life in southeast Santiago, book with the local chilean guides

Sandra Aguilar, guía de turismo en Chile

Sandra Aguilar

Chilean local guide

Baños Colina Hotspring

27 de noviembre 2018

The best trekking and hiking Santiago Chile

The Glacier Morado hike in Cajón del Maipo is one of the best hikes close to Santiago, offering gorgeous valley views and an up-close look at Glacier El Morado. The hike up through the Andes isn’t too strenuous and shouldn’t take more than four hours to complete. While you’re there, check out the hot springs located near the trail head once your trek is over.


Nicolás Ferrier

French guide in Chile

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