Chile is located on the West coast of South America with over 2,500 miles of scenic coastline. Chile might look small on a map but believe us there is so much to do here. This country stretches over half of the South American continent and has some of the most diverse landscapes in the world, from the driest desert in the world (Salar de Atacama salt flat) to the spectacular glaciers in Patagonia and also volcanoes, mountains and lakes.
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We list activity and authentic holidays with the worlds leading international and local travel operators which guarantee you an authentic experience. One of the most popular ways to travel in Chile is one a small group holiday where you can discover Chile or travel overland and see more countries in the region like Argentina, Bolivia and Peru.
Group sizes are generally small with an average of 8-12 travellers of all ages and from all over the world and some trips are more adventurous than others. Transport can vary depending on the operator but usually you will travel overland in a bus rather than flying so you get to see as much of the country as possible. Some companies offer tailormade holidays and private tours if the group option doesn't appeal, you will be able to create a bespoke itinerary which can incorporate all the best stops in the country.
Chile is a country full of beauty, outdoor adventure, tasty food, friendly locals, beautiful scenery and also world famous sights. Places we recommend visiting include the huge Atacama desert in the North, Strait of Magellan and Patagonia in the South. The scenery, coast, Andes, sand dunes and glaciers will live long in the memory and on a authentic holiday booked through One World 365 you can experience the best locations in the country. Chile really will blow you away.
Gentler activities like cycling are perfect to enjoy with a loved one; you could even up the romance stakes by hiring a bicycle made for two. As a new arrival to Chile you will get to meet new friends, experience the thrills of this country together, and take part in new challenges of a small group. You’ll never forget climbing that mountain together, or tumbling down a waterfall in a raft. Experiences like these are sure to provide memories which last a lifetime, not to mention some interesting stories to tell to your friends and family back home.
Fun-filled is almost an understatement when you look at the activities on offer for groups to enjoy together; white water rafting through fast-flowing rivers, for example, is perfect for those who like their thrills to come with plenty of spills. For something completely unique, you could have a go at river bugging or even go skiing. Take advantage of the fact that it’s one of the few places in South America that offers so many adventures.