With such a diverse geography stretching from the remote Tierra del Fuego in the very south of the country to the deserts and altiplano lagoons in the very north of the country, it’s natural that Chile should have an extremely diverse culture and history too. While Santiago has, for a long time, lagged behind Buenos Aires and Rio as a cultural destination the growing number of restaurants, theatres and museums is attracting more and more people to the capital and the country is starting to make more of its cultural traditions.
The Wine valleys
Laura and Kim had a fantastic trip to Chilean Patagonia in March 2017. The highlights included trekking in the Torres del Paine National Park and a few days in the Colchagua wine region south of Santiago.
Connie and Jerald did a big trip to Chile in February 2017, visiting the Torres del Paine, the Lake District, the Atacama Desert and Easter Island.
Michelle and Sue needed last minute help in booking their trip to Chile as their original tour operator tried to up the price for them at the last minute. Fortunately we were able to step in and help them. Please see their review below and they have graciously agreed to share a few of their photos as below.
Richard and Jan had a fantastic trip to Chile in November 2016. The highlights included Valparaíso, Chiloé and the Torres del Paine.
Anne and Mike planned a superb trip to Easter Island and beyond over the course of a few weeks in February. Please see their very kind and detailed feedback below:
Kevin and Carol had a great trip to Chile in February 2016 and managed to tick off one of the countries which was highest on their list of places to go. Highlights of their trip included the Torres del Paine, the Atacama desert, Santiago, Valparaíso and a stay in the San Antonio Wine Valley.
The Lapostolle Residence is, arguably, one of the most exclusive and interesting of the properties in the Colchagua Valley, approximately an hour and a half out of Santiago. With only 4 suites, nestling into the side of the hillside, and all looking out over the Apalta vineyards, there is nothing that has not been considered.