Santiago Chile

Costanera Center, currently the tallest building in Latin America;A Santiago Metro train; La Moneda palace in celebration of the bicentennial of Chile

Zapallar , Chile

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Swoon over Valle de la Luna (Chile). 'See the desert don its surrealist cloak as you stand atop a giant sand dune, with the sun slipping below the horizon and multicolored hues bathing the sands, all with a backdrop of distant volcanoes and the rippling Cordillera de la Sal.'

Amphitheater in the Valley of the Moon, Atacama Desert, Antofagasta Region, Chile.

Zapallar, CHILE

It's such a quaint, quiet town.

Wine Tasting in Colchagua Valley (Chile). 'Anyone who’s tasted Chilean wine is already familiar with the charms of the Colchagua Valley, whether or not they’re aware of it. The bright sunshine and rich soil of Chile’s best-established wine region, located several hours south of Santiago, is responsible for some of the richest Cabernet Sauvignon in South America.'

The Santa Cruz vineyard in Chile;s Colchagua Valley ablaze in autumn colors as the Andes look on.just a stunning place to be, and the wine isn't half-bad either.

Anakena Beach (Chile). 'Got a fantasy of an idyllic white-sand beach? You’ve just pictured Anakena beach. Easter Island’s biggest and most popular beach is a wide curve of white sand and sparkling turquoise sea backed by a lovely coconut grove on the north coast. It has food kiosks, picnic shelters and a few facilities. What makes Anakena beach so special, though, are the two major archaeological sites that form the backdrop. '

Anakena beach – a picture-postcard beach with swaying palm trees and two platforms of statues – one with just one moai and one with six. According to island legend, this is where the first settlement of Easter Island was founded.

Lago Colico

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Marble Caverns of Carrera Lake, Chile

Marble Caverns of Carrera Lake, Chile. wow, I have lived in and toured much of Chile over the years, but never knew about this! Need to research and find out where in Chile it is!