The long, narrow Chile, which stretches like a band on the west coast of South America, scores with its magnificent natural landscapes.

Varied landscapes and climatic zones in Chile are stretching out over more than 4,000 km, from the bony-dry Arica or the lunar landscapes of the Atacama Desert in the north to the storm-swept southern end of the world at the notorious Cape Horn, from the almost 7000 m high Ojos de Salado to the picturesque lakes and Araucaria forests of the “Little South” (Sur Chico), peppered with perfectly formed volcanoes.
Finally, the highlight of a trip to Chile is Patagonia, with its seemingly endless steppe landscapes, from which individual mountain massifs rise abruptly, scattered with turquoise lagoons and glaciers.