Things to Do in Chile

Top Chile Attractions

Things to Do in Chile

Top Attractions in Chile

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What travelers are saying

  • Franco Torres
    12 contributions
    We walk up the Cerro by Pedro de Valdivia entrance, super easy and nice walk with amazing views of Santiago in the top, very reccomended on a sunny day.
    Written August 3, 2022
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  • petr b
    Prague, Czech Republic107 contributions
    Like most of the the attractions in San Pedro, it seem the main objective is to provide funds to the indigenous population. The landscape is stunning, but you can see similar landscapes around from the road, without having to pay an entrance
    Written April 20, 2022
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  • Al Perez
    Miami, FL105 contributions
    Excellent place to spend a whole day and more. very relaxing. I went at the beginning on winter season (June) and it couldn't be better. I probably would like to see some snow falling while on the hot pools..Natural environment is awesome. Some snacks as well

    Parte del Sur de Chile que vale la pena visitar. Piscinas temperadas naturales.. La mejor epoca a mi parecer es invierno cuando se disfruta del clima frio del area-
    Written June 27, 2022
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  • Jackson
    Santiago, Chile54 contributions
    Very fun geysers. They are not like Old Faithful, moreso just bubbly with a lot of thermal vent activity. Very high altitude and very very cold in the morning. Make sure you prepare! A little bit of a journey from San Pedro so I recommend going with a tour.
    Written May 9, 2022
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  • TeeHouston
    Houston, TX193 contributions
    A good choice for an excursion if you are in Punta Arenas. We were able to go at 10:00 am after being released from quarantine, very last minute.
    Written February 4, 2022
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  • Shirley R
    Lemoore, CA333 contributions
    This was a complete surprise as I had not heard of La Sebastiana. Loved it. Stairs very narrow...don't know how Pablo Neurada managed to live here...but the view was fantastic.
    Written May 20, 2020
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  • Fernanda V
    7 contributions
    If you’re in La Serena you should not miss this enchanting place!! I highly recommend staying at Cosmo Elqui Vallet Hostel if you’re a solo traveler. It gets very hot in this region during the day and cools off in the evening. This Valley has a very enchanting feel to it and some say it’s the portal to the end of the world!! I highly recommend going on a pisco tour too!!
    Written March 31, 2022
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  • Melsika
    London31 contributions
    My partner and I had a very pleasant afternoon here. It’s nice to potter around, but nothing spectacular. Facilities wise, there’s a cafe with a small selection in the middle of the circular route. There are plenty of loos available throughout .
    The hothouse was closed- probably due to Covid, it looked very small from the outside. The zip line is closed, this looked permanent (& fairly dangerous). We saw some nice wildlife and it was very relaxing.
    Written March 1, 2022
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  • good_ants
    Doha, Qatar471 contributions
    It would be silly to expect - and compare - a place like Valdivia's botanic garden to stack up against those of much larger cities, so don't!
    But it is worth a 30-minute wander around this nice, small park on the university campus. Huge trees, nice, groomed paths, and a very friendly dog.
    Free, peaceful, calming...I'd go back!
    Written February 5, 2020
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  • Dean A
    Sheffield, UK204 contributions
    If you're in the area this is a "must do". There's a considerable drive from the main road around the lake up to the chairlift base station. Allow time - it twists and winds and is steep in places, but surfaced and well maintained. A return ticket to the top station (2022 prices) for an adult was CLP 20,000 (about £20), and well worth it. I visited twice over the course of a week during the summer. One day was pleasantly warm, the other had a cool breeze. Both days were sunny and clear. The views were to savour. There's a walk at the middle station that's well worth the effort. There are two walks at the summit station - the longer one takes you out to a viewpoint; the other, more poplular walk takes you up to another viewpoint. Both are well worth doing. Be aware of the altitude - strong sun and you might just begin to notice less oxygen in the air. Don't be fooled by conditions lower down - have a warm jacket in case of cold winds - even on a sunny day. A wonderful experience. The chairlift staff are really good.
    Written February 17, 2022
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  • Paula J
    Santiago, Chile58 contributions
    The Embalse and its lagoon is so beautiful with the snowy mounitain. The trip is very intense but you need to hace good driving skills to arrive the Embalse. If you don`t have too much experience driving choose other destination in the area. The road in winter has movement of rocks in some places before arriving the Embalse. Now you cannot pass the Embalse by car, you have to walk. There are two sites where you can leave your car safely.
    Written June 30, 2022
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  • Katrien S
    Ghent, Belgium1,982 contributions
    The village and factory were build to subtract and treat salpeter, and is thus located near the place where the stone containing saltpeter was found, in the middle of the desert. Once the natural saltpeter industry collapsed, due to synthetic fertilisers, the town was deserted, as its only reason for existence stopped. Since then the town has slowly decayed, although more recently the decay has been stopped, and some parts are partially renovated. It is thus a mining town preserved, although the housing for the miners themselves have collapsed and disappeared. But the other housing, the hotel, theatre, grocery store where they had to pay with fichas, as they weren't paid in money, but fiches that could only be spent in the town stores owned by the mine company. Also the factory buildings largely remain. Very well worth a few hours strolling through, in the part near the entrance typical objects used in the town are on display, and there is a decent amount of information also in English.
    Written February 27, 2020
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  • Stuart N
    1 contribution
    The park is a distance from Valdivia, but gives a real experience of the forest. Trails are very well maintained, clearly
    marked and offer some super panoramic views. The longest trail is a two hour round trip to the highest point in the forest. All the hikes are in the easy range.
    Written January 17, 2022
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  • C V
    Santiago, Chile174 contributions
    It's a spectacular place to view the emerald waters of All Saint's Lake. You must arrive not later than 10am, so you can easily enter and enjoy the place before its get crowded and you need to wait to enter.
    Written February 24, 2022
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  • Luc S
    Dendermonde, Belgium5,435 contributions
    What makes Valparaiso so special ?
    It is an old city, chaotic, with old ugly buildings..
    But the colors and the murals make it a lovely place...
    You could walk ours through the cerro's and the passeo's.
    And the shops, and bars...
    Written March 17, 2022
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