Maitencillo, the narrowest and longest seaside resort in Chile, is a special little place. Located just two hours from Santiago by car or bus, it’s the perfect spot to unwind outside the capital city. Continue reading The Magic of Maitencillo, Chile
If the thought of eating food sold on the sidewalk makes you queasy, you can stop reading now. Fortunately for us, though, we have resilient stomachs and an insatiable curiosity about the snacks vendors whip up on busy corners. Continue reading A Guide to Street Food in Santiago, Chile
Like the rest of Chile, Valparaíso is bursting with creative energy. The vibrant street art on the walls of its narrow, winding streets is mesmerizing; the colonial architecture and quirky cafes only add to its charm. Continue reading The Beautiful Chaos of Valparaíso, Chile
Some mornings, you just need a good cup of coffee. OK, that’s most every morning. But in Chile, despite a plethora of cafes, it might be hard to find. At first, this surprised us. Continue reading Chile, What’s Up With Your Coffee?
There are three ways to make your way around Patagonia, as far as we can tell: hitchhiking, taking buses and renting a car. We chose our own set of wheels, largely out of convenience. Continue reading Exploring Chilean Patagonia by Car
Eight hours. Sixteen miles. Thirty-two-thousand steps. Countless breathtaking views. That’s what we walked away with after completing the trek to the most famous viewpoint in Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park. Continue reading The Epic Trek to Base Las Torres, Patagonia
The geysers rose and faded, from the earth to the sky. Some spouted, some steamed, some gurgled. Continue reading Sunrise at the El Tatio Geyser Field
The Atacama Desert, sandwiched between the Pacific and the Andes, is unlike anywhere else in the world. Continue reading 5 Amazing Landscapes in the Atacama Desert