Tourist attractions in Chile would take the breath away from all of us, especially teens, as the explicity beauty of this place is simply a great combination of history, natural splendours and even something closely attached to art lovers. Even though Chile has not flourished much as a tourist industry compared to the rest of South America; it might be because it’s not as much as exposed like the Machu Pichu. People in Chile are kind and they are fast speakers compared to other countries. It starts with the famous Atacama Desert, which is one of the most extraordinary places in the world. Also, we cannot keep aside the next big thing, the Chilean Patagonia. Another feature of Chile is that it hosts the largest pool in the world– the Alfonso Del Mar Resort in Algarrobo is merely a 2 hour drive from the capital. Read further to know of the top destinations for teenage travellers in Chile.
Planning to Travel to Chile? Don’t Miss the Following Destinations in Any Case
1. Easter Island
The most popular attraction in Chile is the Easter Island. It’s a well renowned isolated place on earth with funny statues wearing hats. Yes! They appear funny and so they are not one to miss. This lineage of people to the Easter Island is actually traced back to the Polynesia and Micronesia. Tourists usually take bikes to get around the island and there are only LAN airlines available which could take you from Peru or Santiago to the Easter Island.
2. Atacama Desert
The second most famous attraction in Chile is the Atacama Desert which is the highest and driest desert around the world. Valle De La Luna or the Moon Valley, Death Valley and Dinosaur Valley are some of the few unique rock formations which would leave you speechless. These are great places for wonderful photography. Also, accommodations are available in San Pedro de Atacama for short stays.
3. Torres Del Paine (Patagonia in Chile)
The Torres Del Paine National Park is an accessible spot in this region via Calafate Argentina or Puero Natales in Chile. These region has gorgeous snowcapped mountains where the Andes Tower rules over the borders of Chile and Argentina.
4. Santiago De Chile
Santiago is the engine that keeps Chile on running mode during the economic boom when compared to other neighboring places. All major flights come into this city and all tourist attractions start from this city. Santiago offers great night life in the area called Beliavista, which has very interesting museums, and they also have a wine country nearby for all those wine lovers. Tourists can get great views from the cerros in the city and another must see place in this city is the La Vega market.
5. Valparaiso and Vine Del Mar
Both these cities are just 1 hour away from each other on the coast of Chile. They can be reached from Santiago in about 2-3 hours, but would take longer if by bus. Vine Del Mar does not have that much attractive spots to go except for the famous flower clock and the beach if you are up for some sun. On the other hand, Valparaiso is said to be an art lover’s town with many notable things to see and learn. The graffiti’s done in the town define the city. Streets are covered with creative portraits and variety of art works. They also have a museum called the Pablo Neruda Museum if you are a history lover. Both these cities are just a short bus or taxi away from each other.