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Escorted Tours of Chile

Chile Escorted Tours

Chile is a land of contrasts, stretching from Patagonia's glacial landscape in the far south of the Americas to searing desert plateaus pocketed by powerful geysers and terrain so sparse of life it resembles the Moon more than anywhere else on Earth. Squeezed between the Andes and South Pacific Ocean, Chile is a land of awe-inspiring scenery, friendly people and rich culture. From its neoclassical capital, Santiago in the foot of the Andes, to Easter Island, home of the world-famous moai statues, stunning beach resorts and lush lake district countryside, our Chile Tours have been created to bring together the highlights so you can see the best of this beautiful country.

Chile Tour Highlights

Learn more about these amazing places to visit on your escorted tour of Chile



With towering skyscrapers set amidst a treasure trove of colonial architecture, urban parks and lively Latino neighbourhoods, Santiago’s unique cityscape lies in the heart of a great bowl-shaped valley, proudly flanked by the majestic snow-capped peaks...



Located on the southern frontier of South America, Patagonia is the epitome of undisturbed elegance and awe-inspiring natural splendour. Spanning over 1 million square kilometres across the lowermost regions of Argentina and Chile, this shared territory...

Easter Island

Easter Island

Say the words “Easter Island” and one image is sure to spring to mind – the stern-faced, square-jawed statues staring mournfully towards the vast ocean all around. These are the moai, the mystical, mysterious sculptures that stand like mute sentinels...

Vina Del Mar

Vina Del Mar

Vina Del Mar is a classic beach resort on Chile’s west coast, with a beguiling mix of white sandy beaches, palm-lined boulevards, colonial buildings, swanky hotels, gourmet restaurants and a sumptuous casino. It has long been a favourite getaway destination...

Atacama Desert

Atacama Desert

Deserts are sometimes defined as environments that receive less than 250mm of rain in a year. The Atacama gets less than 1mm. Welcome to the driest place on Earth (apart from the poles). Words such as ‘moonscape’, ‘otherworldly’ and ‘weird’...

Chile Tours - Essential Information

When you visit Chile, these are the facts and useful information you need to know…

Flight Time to Chile
Flight Time

14 hours

Vise Required for Chile
Visa required?


Population of Chile

18.3 million

Capital city of Chile
Capital City


Currency of Chile

Chilean Peso

Chile Time Difference
Local Time

GMT - 4 hours

Spoken Language of Chile
Spoken Language