Chile is a ribbon of exquisite coastline on the Pacific edge of South America. Stretching 2,826 miles, it is the longest country in the world. The majestic Andean range dominates the eastern part of Chile and marks its borders with Argentina, Bolivia and Peru.
The country’s tremendous length captures the most amazing landscapes in South America. In the north lies the driest desert on earth, with areas where rain never falls. The central regions support fine vineyards, colorful ports and world-class ski resorts. Farther south are regions of lakes, volcanoes, fjords, glaciers and millenary forests. Chile’s islands—Robinson Crusoe, Easter Island, Chiloe, and Tierra del Fuego—offer an additional serving of geographic and cultural diversity.
This rich landscape is a magnet for wine connoisseurs and lovers of the outdoors; our clients are as likely to request a wine tour as they are to book fly-fishing, skiing or kayaking excursions. Whatever the interest, Chile goes to great lengths to satisfy!