Planning to travel to South America? What about the North of Chile?

The diversity of Chilean geography is known worldwide and this particularity will give you the opportunity to enjoy multiple experiences about this surprising place in South America

El Tatio Geysers

El Tatio is ringed by volcanoes and fed by over 80 gurgling geysers and a hundred gassy fumaroles. Watch the 360° video about this amazing place.

The 25 places you must visit in South America

Heading to South America for the first time? Don’t want to miss any of the places you must visit in South America? No worries! We’ve put together a list of the best places to see and visit in South America…

Studying? A Beginner’s Guide to Chilean Wine

Once upon a time, you’d grab a so-so $9 Cabernet from Chile to bring to a housewarming, or sip a glass of just-okay Chilean Chardonnay at a wedding and not think twice about it. I have some good news: today’s Chilean wine scene has gotten more quality-focused, and more and more of Chile’s wines are unique, interesting, and delicious. Many producers—notably Veramonte and Emiliana—have made strong commitments to organic and biodynamic agriculture, and winemakers are busy exploring the country’s old vines and unique terroir.

10 Great Gay Hotspots Around the World

Adam Groffman from Travels of Adam has visited some of the world’s most popular LGBT-friendly destinations. In this post, he shares his top 10 gay-friendly hotspots — selected for their history of activism, the number of diverse LGBT events they host, and the fact that they’re just really cool cities.

El Tatio Geysers

El Tatio is ringed by volcanoes and fed by over 80 gurgling geysers and a hundred gassy fumaroles. Watch the 360° video about this amazing place.

Studying? A Beginner’s Guide to Chilean Wine

Once upon a time, you’d grab a so-so $9 Cabernet from Chile to bring to a housewarming, or sip a glass of just-okay Chilean Chardonnay at a wedding and not think twice about it. I have some good news: today’s Chilean wine scene has gotten more quality-focused, and more and more of Chile’s wines are unique, interesting, and delicious. Many producers—notably Veramonte and Emiliana—have made strong commitments to organic and biodynamic agriculture, and winemakers are busy exploring the country’s old vines and unique terroir.

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