The Carretera Austral, a long and winding road that travels across Chilean Patagonia, is quickly… Read More »15 Best Things to Do on the Adventurous Road Carretera Austral
Avid traveler, journalist and writer, he moved away from his native France back in 2006 and settled in Chile. After visiting the country North to South, learning extensively about its culture, History, gastronomy, Thomas started to work as a tour guide. He liked it so much that he ended up creating his own tour agency in Valparaiso, where he lives today. You can visit my site at: https://chileprivatetours.com/
Easter Island is one of the most remote places in the world. Located over 3,500… Read More »Easter Island: An Intriguing Piece of Polynesia in Chile
The North of Chile has the clearest skies in the world: no light pollution, dry… Read More »Chile, the Best Place in the World for Astro-tourism
There are a lot of different beverages in Chile, from wine to traditional drinks, from… Read More »What to Drink (and Not to Drink!) In Chile
Some of the best known Chilean vineyards such as Concha Y Toro aren’t hours away from Santiago, but just a short drive or bus ride away.
With amazing mountains, glaciers, lakes and wildlife, the most beautiful part of Patagonia is found in Southern Chile.
Among the things you can do for a day out of Santiago, one stands out: wine tasting. Here are a few tips to get the best wine touring experiences in the country.
Ah, Valparaiso! The unofficial Arts Capital of Chile, the city of boheme, myths and legends,… Read More »Valparaiso, From Quaint Funiculars to World-Class Street Art
Once you have arrived in Santiago, you quickly find out that the best things to… Read More »Things to See Around Santiago: 3 Places to Get in Touch with Nature
Elquí Valley is the cradle of pisco. To learn about the production of pisco brandy and to sample a pisco cocktail like pisco sour, take a tour at Planta Capel in Vicuña.