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    Top 6 Chile Destinations

    From the heart of the Andean high plateau to the rugged landscapes of Patagonia, Chile offers an incredible diversity of destinations. From north to south, this South American country spans more than 4,200 km (more than 2,600 miles) and it is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the east by the Andes Mountains. Given its enormous extent, there is no end to the incredible sights and things to do in Chile. Check out our list of our Read more
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    The 5 Best National Parks in Chile

    If you are planning your next memorable vacation, then Chile can be the perfect country to go to. It has a terrific climate to experience and some of the most amazing places to visit like deserts and national parks. And if you are planning for a vacation with your family and friends then the national parks can be absolutely lot of fun and a must visit! Wondering which one to go to first? Well, here’s a list of the five best national Read more
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    What to Do and Where to Go During Chilean Winter

    Are you planning to go to Chile this winter? Great! Are you looking for fun things that you can do there to make the most of your vacation? Obviously everyone wants to make their vacation fun and memorable. And you want nothing less than that, too. So, here’s a list that you can follow to spend quality time in winter in Chile. [caption id="attachment_6148" align="alignnone" width="1000"] If you're feeling adventurous, try your hand at Read more
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    Top 4 Things to Do in Torres Del Paine, Patagonia

    Torres Del Paine is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Needless to say, the views are impeccable and the hikes are extremely satisfying, due to both their beauty and challenge. The national park in Chile's South Patagonia encompasses a diversity of mountains, glaciers, lakes and rivers. The name “Torres Del Paine” originates from the Tehuelche translation ‘Blue Towers’ due to this predominant color that manifests itself on Read more
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    7 Things You Didn’t Know About Easter Island

    Easter Island is one of the most interesting archeological sites in the world. The island is brimming with mystery. No one knows much about the curious statues and the people who used to live before modern civilization took over. If you are planning a trip sometime soon, then you should know about these lesser known facts: 1.      The Height of the Moai Statues While Moai statues are extremely fascinating and mysterious because of Read more
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    Must Try Foods in Santiago de Chile

    The mountainous sights of Patagonia and the architectural wonders of Cuzco might satisfy your need for adventure, but for the ultimate trip, you need to make is a visit to Santiago de Chile. This city is a foodie’s haven. Here’s a list of cuisines you must try in Santiago: Empanada de Pino To go to Chile and not eat an empanada seems like some kind of cultural crime. This delicious traditional food is pure bliss. Try it with a cheesy Read more
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    Know Before You Go: Easter Island, Chile

    Located among the Pacific Ocean, Easter Island is a must visit if you’re heading to Chile. The island has a total area of 63 square miles and hosts a whopping 900 amazing Moai statues, more commonly known as Easter Island Heads. Being one of the most secluded parts of the Earth, it’s also one of the calmest places on earth which makes it the ideal destination for peace loving travelers. Even if this island is largely devoid of a lot of Read more
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    Know Before You Go: San Pedro de Atacama

    You might have heard the name of this wonderful little town, but did anyone ever tell you about the endless possibilities that lay here? Starting from the basics, San Pedro de Atacama is located in the northern part of Chile. Named after the patron saint, San Pedro, San Pedro de Atacama is built around a laid back oasis in the driest desert of the world! For all the thrill seekers, it finds the perfect venture some place between volcanoes, sand Read more
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    What to Pack for Torres del Paine

    At the Southern tip of the Andes in Chile lies Torres del Paine National Park, one of the most incredible sights in South America. The popular tourist destination also happens to be home to some of the world’s most classic trekking routes. The park is located in Chile’s southernmost and largest region, Magellanes and Chilean Antarctica, where the main economic activities are sheep farming, oil extraction and tourism. [caption Read more
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    Top 10 Things to Know Before Traveling to Chile

    Chile is an extremely exciting country with a storied past, beautiful natural environment, and world class attractions. Here at Say Hueque, we love arranging tours through Chile and introducing travelers to our next door neighbor - be sure to check out our 12-day "Best of Chile" trip. There are so many incredible sights to see, things to do, and people to meet. But if you're planning a visit, you'll need to do your research first. To help Read more
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    How to Spend 24 Hours in Santiago

    Planning a getaway to Santiago, Chile's largest and capital city? Santiago is a vibrant city that sits in a valley surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The metropolis is energetic, sophisticated, and bursting with life. The destination is becoming more and more popular, and it's not hard to see why. Our local travel experts at Say Hueque have created multiple different tours and travel experiences ranging from four days to nearly two Read more
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    What to wear During A Vacation to Santiago de Chile

    If you are traveling to Santiago de Chile soon, you might be thinking What type of clothing do I need to go to Santiago de Chile?   Winter - May to August - is the rainy season and temperatures can fluctuate from day to night (at night can drop to zero during the day range from 10 to 25 degrees). Many accommodation don´t have central heating so we recommend taking warm clothing. Comfortable walking shoes, jeans or impermeable Read more