Tours in Chile

One of Earth’s narrowest countries, Chile is just another South America’s best. The narrow country is simply the perfect tourist site for all lovers of nature and adventure. If you are so much in love with beaches, then you owe the world’s longest stretch of white sands a visit. From ancient volcanoes to enchanting natural parks, lush jungles, stunning mountains, and beautiful beaches, Chile is a narrow country endowed with large wonders. Whichever way you want it, sightseeing, trekking, hiking, biking, climbing, swimming, surfing, horseback riding, or rafting, Chile has it all.
Sitting right in the heart of the country is its capital, Santiago.

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Wanna Swim?

Only in Chile you will find the biggest swimming pool in the world: 1,000 yards!

Desert of Records

The Atacama desert in Chile is the driest place on earth and the oldest desert in the World!

World Class Wine

Even if you're not a wine fan, make sure you try Chile's wine, world known for its high quality!

Country of Poems

The famous Pablo Neruda lived here and you can even visit his house in Valparaíso!

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Main Things You Need To Know About Chile

The official currency accepted all over the country is the country’s Chilean peso. Like a few other South American countries, it is the only country that uses this currency. One US dollar is equivalent to 653.6 Chilean peso.
Spanish is Chile’s national language. German is the next important language spoken in the country by a small group of residents who reside within the Valdivia region. Amerindians use a blend of their native language along with Spanish. Language may not be much of an issue for foreigners because the country has a number of schools that offer to teach some basic words and sentences in Spanish, so top up your vocabs as part of your adventure in the narrow land.
Visa Information
The Chilean government issues a visitor visa to foreign tourists who intend to enter Chile for the purpose of tourism. Citizens of the following countries, who have resided in the country for up to two years and who do not intend to stay beyond 90 days in Chile, are granted entry into Chile without a visa – Chile, UK, USA, Uruguay, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, members of the EU, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Ecuador,  Canada, and Australia. However, Australians are required to pay a reciprocal tax of US$117 at the airport, while Mexicans and Canadians are required to pay US$23 and US$132 respectively.
Along with this, the following documents will be required:
1. Fully completed and signed visa form.
2. A valid passport.
3. Two recent passport-sized photographs.
4. A tourist card valid for up to 90 days.
5. Evidence of having sufficient funds to cater for all expected expenses during the visit.
6. Visa application fees

Getting There
You can fly directly to Chile from the neighboring South American countries, the UK, Europe, Australia, North America, New Zealand, and a few other countries. Aeropuerto Internacional Arturo Merino Benítez in Pudahuel is Chile’s most preferred airport for international flights. Like most South American countries, transportation by air is the best mode of entry.
However, there are provisions for land transportation provided you get to any of the neighboring countries that share borders with Chile. 
Chile shares borders with Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina. Travelling to Chile from Bolivia is best from Arica to La Paz, while entry through Peru is from Arequipa. Argentina offers several crossing points into Chile. There are several channels into Chile from Argentina which include Bariloche, Buenos Aires, Mendoza, and San Martín de los Andes, all of these major channels have bus services that run into Chile. Border clearance is quite simple and causes no extra stress provided your papers and documents are in order.
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Peak Travel Periods
The Chilean visitor visa is valid for 90 days, but the Chileans know you can’t possibly exhaust all the breath-taking memorials and sites scattered all around its narrow land mass, so they made a provision for an extension of the visa for up to 180 days once you’ve paid for the extension. The best time to visit the country is from September to November, and March to May. The worst period to visit is between June and August; this is because winter sets in during this period and most tourist sites are closed down within this period.

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