South America


South America 5 Senses welcomes you to Chile!

Come to Chile, and be amazed by the experiences in the extreme south of the world!

Choose Chile. Where the impossible is possible. Space observation in the Atacama Desert, millenary glaciers in the southernmost areas of the planet, magical forests and lakes located at the foot of imposing volcanoes. Islands full of legends, wine tradition, great challenges to climb and a Santiago that breathes modernity and accessibility.

An extensive territory with wide horizons, where the sensation of being alive floods you, connects you with nature and invites you to explore pristine lands. A challenge to the senses, where its people and all its culture will pleasantly surprise you with their kindness and hospitality. A completely new experience where whales can fly, the desert is stained with flowers and you can enjoy all four seasons of the year in one day. A place where the impossible is possible.
Visit the North of Chile, where the driest desert in the world, San Pedro de Atacama, awaits you with open arms. NASA says that the surface of the Valley of the Moon is like having a little piece of Mars on Earth. Meet mummies older than the Egyptians themselves, they are the Chinchorro! Stay a few days in Santiago, our capital, where you will see not only a cosmopolitan, modern and very safe city, but you will also love the valleys nestled between the sea and the Andes Mountains, which give life to a land of flavors that awaken the senses.
Or you can go to Rapa Nui, an island also known as "The Navel of the World", full of enigmas and mythical legends of an ancient culture that enrich the landscapes and natural beaches of this magnificent destination, in Chilean Polynesia.
Tour our south, lakes and volcanoes. Where you can practice water sports in lakes and rivers, enjoy a day of fishing or explore the varied flora and fauna in the reserves and national parks. And also live in first person, the traditions of the Mapuche culture, sleeping in a ruca or trying the typical dishes of the area.
Get to know Chilean Patagonia and Antarctica, where due to its great breadth, we will see landscapes full of native forests that occupy 24% of the national territory, fjords, and glaciers.

Our great must-see in the south of the country, Torres del Paine National Park, declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978, and the 8th wonder of the world, is the ideal place for adventurers, lovers of trekking, nature and its immensity.

You can even navigate the Strait of Magellan by boat or kayak and be amazed by the penguins that welcome you very kindly on Magdalena Island.


Andrea Acevedo

Tel: +56 9 40 73 65 06