You can fly direct to Chile and see what t has to offer or you can grab try a multi-stop traveling to Chile experience. This will allow you to sample the culture without restricting your entire vacation to one place. It’s a great solution to finding a vacation that keeps everyone happy.
Fact: There are
1,700 miles of paths that connect the 17 Chilean national parks, you’ll need 6
months to explore them all properly. But, don’t worry if you don’t have that
much time available.
Paine National Park has always been one of the most famous, and scenic,
destinations. But, it’s not the only place to visit.
You can get
a similar experience by visiting the following top places.
noting that the route connecting these parks stretches from Peurto Montt in the
north, to the Cape Horn National Park in the south. The trail will take you
through the Aysen region’s Carretera Austral highway and the Magallanes region.
parks are open throughout the year, some are open between October and April.
dedicating 6 months of your life to this trail and choose a couple of section
that will be enjoyable on a smaller timescale.
Andino National Park
This is the
northernmost part of a Ruta and covers 97,000 acres. There are more than 50
lakes in this section, along with plenty of trees and the mountains.
canoeing, or simply watching for the wildlife.
find 3,000-year-old Alerce trees. Don’t forget to stay overnight in the
Reloncavi Estuary which gives you charming, rustic cabins to enjoy.
supposed to be a city full of riches somewhere in this area, although no one
has found it yet.
here will give you a different type of gold, stunning waterfalls, glacier-fed
lakes, and amazing rain forests will leave you in shock and awe.
part is you can stay here and hike to different spots every day, it’s worth
checking out the hanging bridge at Los Tempanos Lagoon. You’ll also be amazed
and impressed by the hanging glacier and twin waterfalls.
Castillo National Park
to trek over several days to reach this site but it is worth it! At the end of
your trek lies the turquoise blue water of Laguna Castillo, while the mountain
rises above it, full of snow, ice, and rock.
hiking through the forests you’ll need to keep an eye out for Andean condors
and the huemul deer.
752,503 acres to explore in this part of the country and it is all natural
while being preserved for the future generation. No longer do cattle graze on
the lower lands, no, you’ll find there is an abundance of wildlife options,
such as guanacos and even pumas.
pleased to note that this park is also the best maintained and developed,
you’ll be able to camp here comfortably while trying fly-fishing, star gazing,
and mountain biking. It has a proper toilet and shower block, along with an
information center, what else could you need?
San Rafael National Park
find 1,600 square miles of ice, it’s the largest ice field in the country and
is home to San Rafael; a 230-foot tall glacier that you can visit by kayak or
canoe if you wish.