One of Chile’s main claims to fame is its booming wine industry. The country’s location, sandwiched between the cool waters of the Pacific and at the foothills of the Andes, provides just the right amount of precipitation to grow grapes. And with ample warm sunshine by day, cool evenings, and rocky soils, Chile is a vintner’s paradise.Read More
The two most important words to know in the Rapa Nui language are ahu and moai - the iconic platforms and statues of Rapa Nui (aka Easter Island).
Read about the 4 can't-miss ahu and moai to check out.Read More
You probably didn’t fly all the way to the middle of the Pacific Ocean to have a lazy beach day.
For a small island of just 63 square miles, Easter Island (known locally as Rapa Nui) packs a punch.Read More
We love recommending our fellow introverted #NatureNerds get off the beaten path. Sure, Chile is known for the bustling city of Santiago and the nearby wine region, but let us show you some lesser-known, yet arguably more breath-taking, areas of Chile, starting with Chiloé.Read More