Basic Information:

  • Capital - Santiago

  • Largest city - Santiago

  • Official languages - Spanish

  • Currency - Chilean Peso

  • Entry Requirements for UK citizens - UK.GOV


Safety Information:

  • Keep Electronics hidden away

  • Keep cash in money belt

  • Take taxis at night

  • Avoid dark streets, stay in public areas

  • Beware of demonstrations

  • Be aware of Pick Pockets

  • Be aware of counterfeit money

  • Police Corruption

  • Taxi Scams - Money switching, tampered meters

  • Keep an eye on all your bags at all times



South America's most westerly country Chile, sprawls narrowly against over 6,000 km of Pacific coastline.

The capital, Santiago, rests within a valley in the Andes Mountains. With many suburbs in the city these is plenty for everyone. The Plaza De Armada houses the neoclassical cathedral and National History Museum. While to the North you can relax on the beaches of Vina del Mar and explore the coastal city of Valparaiso. For those travelling with children, a visit to the impressive Parque Metropolitano, with is swimming pools, gardens and zoo, will not be a miss.

The Andes mountain proudly range the length of the country, the more prominent ranges located in the South, throughout Punta Arenas and Puerto Natales, the home of Torres del Paine National park. Here you can hike across rugged and fertile landscape, visit it’s many glacial lakes or take a penguin tour on Magdalena island.



Here are the top things to do in Chile

  • Santiago

  • Bellavista (Santiago)

  • San Cristobal hill

  • Santa Lucia hill

  • Plaza de Armada

  • Vina del Mar

  • Valparaiso

  • Punta Arenas

  • Puerto Natales

  • Torres del Paine National park

  • Magdalena island

  • Puerto montt

  • Concepcion

  • Antofagasta


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