5 Things You Need to See in Chile

Mirador Torres Del Paine, Chile. Photo by Matt Gross on Unsplash

In recent years, Chile has become a popular tourist destination. Its landscapes are perfect for anyone who loves nature and wants to experience fun adventures. The west coast of South America offers amazing scenery. From tall mountains to endless beaches, there’s something for everyone. Here are the top 5 attraction you need to see during your stay in Chile.

Torres Del Paine National Park

Around 100 km north of Puerto Natales is one of the most amazing natural areas in Chile, the Torres Del Paine National Park. Mountains, lakes, rivers, and glaciers, everything is beautifully packed here and ready for exploring.

Valle de la Luna and the Atacama Desert

Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley) is located near the border with Bolivia, in the middle of the Atacama Desert. It got its name because it resembles the moon surface a lot.

Easter Island

Rapa Nui, or Easter Island, got its name because it was discovered on Easter Sunday in 1722. It’s officially a part of Chile but 3,500 km away from the mainland, so visiting it requires separate organization.


Financial, business, and cultural capital of the country, Santiago, has plenty of galleries, museums, restaurants, and stores.

Lake District

When you’re in Chile, don’t miss the Lake District. It has many lakes, rivers, volcanoes, and waterfalls you can enjoy and take a break from daily life.