13 Beautiful Photos to Make You Wonder Why You Haven’t Visited Chile Yet

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by Katie Scott Aiton Apr 10, 2015

CHILE occupies a narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. And it’s one diverse place. It’s home to the driest desert in the world, the Atacama Desert — composed of stony terrain, salt lakes, epic sand dunes, and felsic lava. Southern Chilean Patagonia is known for Torres del Paine’s granite monoliths, and Santiago has woken from a sluggish stretch and it’s now challenging Buenos Aires and São Paulo when it comes to nightlife, fashion, eating out, and city activities. Outdoor sport enthusiasts can hit the powder in the morning, take a short drive, then go surfing at sunset.

Here’s a collection of some stunning images of Chile that will make you wonder why you’ve never visited.

1. Cordón Caulle eruption

Francisco Negroni

2. San Pedro de Atacama

Victor Burgos

3. Lama guanicoes, Cuernos del Paine

Floris van Breugel

4. Torres del Paine

Carlos Guevara V

5. Death Valley, San Pedro de Atacama

Matteo Zanvettor

6. Horses at Torres Del Paine

Evgeny Tchebotarev

7. Flamingos of San Pedro de Atacama

Luis Felipe Peña Sandoval

8. Lake Pehoe

usha peddamatham

9. Milky Way, Valparaiso

esteban friedman

10. Moai Statues, Easter Island


11. West coast waves

Chris Burkard

12. The Chilean Andes

Luis Felipe Peña Sandoval

13. Lauca National Park

Menno Dekker

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