Chile is the longest country in the world, stretching 6435 km from north to south of South America, occupying about half of its western coast. It is very narrow (average only 175 km wide) and a long strip of land between Peru, Bolivia and Argentina, reaching the farthest southern tip of the continent - raw Tierra del Fuego and Patagonia. This unusual shape and determine the geographical spread extremely diverse climates Chile: The north of the country is the driest desert in the world of lunar landscape (tested here even Mars rovers) - Atacama desert, and the mild, Mediterranean-like climate in the center of the country goes to the south in snowy alpine climate who, along with volcanoes and glaciers descending toward the wooded fiordom and lakes also creates raw, although a complete opposite to midnight face. The natural western border is the Pacific, and from the east of the country guarded by Andy. The spectacular blend of beauty and majestic ocean coastline of the Andes can be seen perfectly in the picturesque town of the capital - Santiago de Chile. The land was once divided between the Inca empire, and the Indians called Mapuczami or Araucanian (their state coexisted with a Spanish colony and independent Chile almost to the twentieth century), finally he surrendered to the Spanish influences, but reserves are still cultivated the old Indian traditions. Chileans are a nation very friendly and helpful to all tourists who in dealing with the locals turn out sympathy. What is interesting, very helpful, knowledgeable is also the local police. The territory of Chile is not only the west coast of South America - far away in the Pacific Ocean, in Polynesia, is owned by Chile mysterious Easter Island. Also known as Rapa Nui (identically named indigenous population of the island), Easter Island is one of the most mysterious and isolated corners of the Earth. Coast volcanic island full gazing at the sea surrounded by giant statues of moai - it is not known who represent, or how and why it was set. The answer may lie in the unusual inscriptions of the ancient language of rongo-rongo , which, however, no one has so far not deciphered. The interpretation of what you see on Rapa Nui opens so the field for the imagination, and certainly it is one of the most intriguing views in the world. Chile is one of the most developed and stable countries in Latin America, known for its stunningly beautiful landscapes, majestic condors and fine wine, willingly sharing their exoticism. Currency: Peso (CLP) Do you like this destination? For more detailed information please contact us using the contact form or telephoning +377 97 97 43 78. Our travel consultants will be pleased to provide you with our recommendations.