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Over 6,000km of coastline makes Chile naturally magnificent - snowy mountains, glacial fjords and rugged cliffs. Wildlife spots include penguins and sea lions in the Strait of Magellan.
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Arica is an oasis bordered by desert and valleys fed by snowmelt from the Andes. Visit the Plaza Colón, Eiffel's Cathedral of San Marcos, or the archaeology museum in the Azapa Valley.
From the port of San Antonio you can reach Santiago de Chile. A hub of Chilean culture, you'll won't be short of sights to see in Santiago, with many museums, theatres, and restaurants to discover.
Tierra del Fuego, Land of Fire, is the most isolated place in the Americas, and Cape Horn is its southernmost point. These cliffs and windswept shores have a stark and rugged beauty.
These are some of the most magnificent fjords in the world. As your eyes take in the jagged walls of mammoth glaciers, you may be rewarded with an Andean condor sighting.
The city of La Serena in Chile is the capital of the Coquimbo region and close to the natural port of Coquimbo, be sure to take a trip to one of the idyllic local beaches.
Journey through the breath-taking mountain passes of Chile’s Lake District, among the shoulders of snow-capped volcanoes like Orsono. Soak in the hot springs of Parque Nacional Puyehue, then haggle over ponchos.
Ski while looking out to the ocean in the southernmost point on the contiguous South American continent, Punta Arenas. It’s also home to colonies of sea lions and Magellan penguins.
Colourful Valparaiso is a must see on your Chile cruise. This World Heritage City is famed for its bright and brilliant architecture - make sure you bring your walking shoes as it is best discovered on foot.
You’ll navigate this strait, named after the ambitious Portuguese explorer, Ferdinand Magellan. It’s the only available crossing between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, with the exception of the Panama Canal.
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