Torres del Paine, Patagonia and Easter Island
, a land of extremes! In the north, between imposing volcanoes, lies the driest desert in the world; from here you can also travel further to the salt flats of Bolivia or cross high passes to Salta in Argentina. In the beautiful lake area there is an abundance of water. The area with its countless blue and emerald green colored lakes, in which the snow-capped volcanoes reflect majestically, is a true paradise for the nature lover and hiker. Further south, the coastal mountain range ends in thousands of islands and fjords with enormous glaciers. This area is still rough and unpolished. Drive a bit through this quiet landscape on the admonished Camino Austral
(around Coihaique) and marvel at its unparalleled beauty. In the extreme south is one of the most beautiful national parks in the world: Torres del Paine
with its granite towers and its rich flora and fauna. From here a crossing to Argentine Patagonia is
possible overland or via a luxury cruise. As if all this wasn't enough; the mysterious and isolated Easter Island also
belongs to Chile. And how about Robinson Crusoe Island
in the Juan Fernandéz archipelago with its 121 endemic bird species?