Smile. You’ve LANDED in Chile.

A thin ribbon of land hugging the South American west coast, Chile is surprisingly home to the most diverse and stunning collection of landscapes in the continent. Our luxury Chile tours will give you a taste of the vibrancy of Chilean life.







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Where to go in Chile

Chilean Lakes District

With pastures and ancient forests laced with rivers framed by ice-capped volcanic cones, the Lake District is full of stunning vistas, outdoor activities, and luxury resorts to help visitors appreciate the beauty of nature.

Atacama Desert

Travel to one of the driest places on earth. With Atacama’s near-imperceptible amount of precipitation, it’s become a treasure trove of archaeological discoveries, preserved by the desert’s arid climate. Enjoy outdoor activities during the day followed by a night full of stars.

Easter Island

2200 miles off Chile’s coast is the island of Rapa Nui–also known as Easter Island. This Polynesian island features beautiful natural parks as well as its most famous feature–the moai, or “Easter Island heads”. These massive volcanic statues are incredible to see up close, and definitely worth the trip.

Adventures you can’t Miss

Puma Tracking in Torres del Paine

Track the solitary pumas with expert “leoneros” in the Torres del Paine National Park. In the park–along with the surrounding mountains and valleys–it is often possible to see mothers with their young. Along the way, you’ll be awed by the stunning landscapes of one of South America’s natural treasures.

Go Skiing In The Andes

South America’s best snow falls on the Chilean side of the Andes, making it one of the top ski destinations in the world. Choose from over a dozen ski resorts for a full mountainside experience–just remember that, in the southern hemisphere, winter lasts from mid-June to late October.

Spend The Day In Santiago

Home to nearly one-third of Chile’s entire population, the capital city of Santiago is a veritable metropolis. With an incredible culinary scene, charming plazas and parks, and incredible museums, a day in Santiago is a wonderful day out. Plus, with the wine region just south of the city, there’s no shortage of vineyards for wine tastings–especially the local, delicious Chilean wine.

Take A Luxury Leisure Cruise

Enjoy an adventure at sea with a luxury yacht cruise along the beautiful Patagonia Coast. With no shortage of activities, an open bar, decadent meals, and more, you’ll have an entire Chilean adventure created just for your tastes out in the beautiful Pacific Ocean.

LANDED provides personalized, custom travel within Central America, South America, and the Antarctic. We’ll create a unique itinerary plan tailored to your interests and dreams. Experience the trip of a lifetime. Please speak with one of our expert travel planners today at 801.582.2100.

Luxury accommodations in Chile

Chile’s hospitality scene is as diverse and captivating as its landscapes. Whether you’re looking for a desert escape or a beautiful mountainside getaway, Chile is ready to welcome you. Find the perfect luxury hotel to match your travels, no matter if you’re looking for an ultra-modern resort or a boutique hotel.

Albums & Stories

Want a deeper look into the vibrancy and beauty of Chile? Take a look at our meticulously curated collection of all the essential information and sought-after insights to help you envision Chile as your ultimate luxury travel destination. Learn more about Chile with our family photos, articles, and podcasts covering the history, geography, culture, and more to help prepare for your trip!

Discovering the Chilean Lakes District with Rodrigo Vera

In this episode of the LANDED podcast, we talk with Chilean adventurer Rodrigo “Negro” Vera...

LANDED’s Top Wildlife Encounters

Explore LANDED's top wildlife encounters, from puma tracking in Patagonia to kayaking with whales in...

New Years in South America: 5 Destinations for Every Family

Explore 5 family-friendly destinations in South America for a unique New Year's celebration. From the...

Celine Frers – Photography in Patagonia

Join us as we explore the Patagonian country life through the lens of Argentinian photographer...

5 Extraordinary National Parks in Latin America

Embark on a captivating journey through Latin America's most extraordinary national parks. Immerse yourself in...

Nicolas Di Costanzo – Chalten Camp

A conversation with Nicolas Di Costanzo from Chalten Camp, in which we discuss other definitions...


What is the best time to visit Chile?

Chile is remarkable in its narrowness and length—more than 4,000 miles of coast from the desert north to the sub-Arctic regions of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. As you can imagine, the best time to go depends on which parts of the country you’ll be visiting.

Speaking in broad generalities, the high season for leisure travel to Chile is December through February. The shoulder season months—October to November and March to April—can also be excellent, with mild climates and fewer visitors.

What language is spoken in Chile?

Spanish is the official and predominant language in Chile. English is spoken in locations frequented by foreign visitors and larger cities. LANDED can offer bilingual guide services to ensure you don’t miss a single detail of the rich cultural information shared during your travels.

What should I pack for Chile?

What to pack for your trip to Chile depends on which destinations you’ll visit, how long you’ll be away, what you’ll be doing in Chile, and the time of year.

Still, here are some essentials to help you get started:

  • Passport. Lock the original in the hotel safe and keep a copy (say, a photo of the passport’s photo page) with you at all times.
  • US cash in small denominations for tips. Currency exchange establishments will only take $100 dollar bills (clean, un-torn bills).
  • Credit & ATM cards. ATMs are available and major credit cards are accepted at most restaurants and hotels. Please confirm your travel dates and destinations with your card issuers before you leave the country.
  • Airline flight information
  • Camera, batteries, & data cards (or film, if your hands are occasionally scented by fixer or selenium)
  • Electrical adapter, universal surge protector, & power strip
  • Daypack or small backpack
  • Sun protection (sunblock, sunhat, & sunglasses)
  • Insect repellant & antihistamine (anti-itch) spray
  • Prescription medications
  • Rain jacket
  • Synthetic fleece pullover or other warm layers
  • Swimwear
  • Light, informal clothing for dining and hotel or in cities (it’s amazing how versatile a charcoal grey sweater can be).
  • Comfortable walking or hiking shoes
  • Wind-resistant jacket, gloves, hat, and trekking pants (if you’re headed to the Andes and/or Patagonia).

LANDED has also prepared a special packing list for travelers visiting Patagonia.

How safe is Chile?

Chile is generally quite safe; however, common-sense precautions are still important. Bag snatchers and pickpockets target public transportation hubs and tourist areas. As a general rule, you should not be out in the streets alone after dark. Stay in well-lit areas and be aware of your surroundings. Most incidents occur in the street. Keep your travel documents (e.g. passports) in the hotel safe or concealed in a zippered pocket. Leave that flashy wristwatch at home or in the hotel security box. The hotel concierge and local guides can provide the most up-to-date safety guidance.

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