Hui and her family opted to go for a short but very luxurious trip with us to see the highlights of Chile in style! They visited the Torres del Paine, the lakes and Atacama but staying in some of the best properties that the country, or the continent, has to offer! See how they got on by reading on!
Penny and Martin spent around a month wending their way by plane, train and automobile through Chile and Argentina. Starting in Santiago they drove from Temuco through to Argentina, down to Bariloche and back through to Chiloe and the Chilean lakes. From there they went up to the desertscapes of Atacama and back to the coastal city at Valparaiso. It was quite a trip!
Inez and Lucas spent their fourth trip with us exploring Chile and Easter Island. They started in Chile's winelands, moving on to Patagonia, heading out to Easter Island, back to the Atacama Desert and back via the astronomy centre at Antofagasta. Whew! It was quite a trip and they have very kindly allowed us to feature just a handful of their fantastic photos on the site.
Dinesh & Uma's all-encompassing Chile adventure had them exploring Santiago, Torres del Paine, Punta Arenas, the Lake District and the Atacama Desert. Here is their appraisal...
John and Sherry booked more than a month long trip with us starting in Peru and finishing in the eclectic Buenos Aires. It was quite a trip by the sounds of things and it all went pretty smoothly. Please read on to hear their feedback.
Nicolas and Teressa booked a superb trip with us to visit the extremes of Chile and then up to the infamous citadel of Machu Picchu. By all accounts, while they were a little dissappointed by the visitor numbers in Peru, they had a great trip! Please read their review below.
We assisted Julie and Tom with their dream trip around Chile - visiting Santiago, Patagonia, the Atacama desert and the wine region. By all accounts, they had an incredible time! Please see their feedback below.
Cyril and Brent asked us to put together an itinerary for them to visit the northern desertlands of Chile and then head into the weaving districts to the northwest of Argentina. With such an interesting itinerary, we used a couple of local guides who really know their stuff as far as weaving and textiles are concerned. Please read their feedback from the trip.
Set in 20 acres of land and with the largest Spa in all of San Pedro de Atacama, the Cumbres is an impressive hotel that still feels intimate thanks to its thoughtful, single-storey design - inspired by the indigenous population of the Atacama region. Combined with 21st century technology, Cumbres have devised a unique environment for the Atacama Desert experience.
Hotel Altiplanico, San Pedro is designed for your stay to be an immersive experience of the Atacama region. With the adobe buildings, grass & bamboo fields, local cuisine and quiet location, it succeeds. However, some might find the limited facilities and basic rooms a little too true to the sparseness of the desert.