Adventure from top to bottom, Atacama Desert to Torres del Paine

Chile is a long, slim stocking of a country—2,653 miles long and only 110 miles wide, with the spine of the Andes at its back seam and the Pacific Ocean in front. Given its dimensions, the diversity of Chile’s landscape is astonishing. In the north, the Atacama Desert is the world’s driest desert. At the south end of Chile, Torres del Paine National Park bursts with wildlife, azure lakes, ice-blue glaciers, deep green forests, soaring granite massifs, and raging rivers. In between are deep fjords, ancient woodlands, historic seaports, cosmopolitan cities, and renowned wine regions. Chile’s landscapes will give you goosebumps, while the welcoming Chilean people will warm you to the core. (The Chilean portion of Patagonia begins around Puerto Montt and extends to Tierra del Fuego.)

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OBP offers many ways to travel: Private Custom Journeys, Fly Fishing Expeditions, Ranch Vacations & Small Group Adventures .

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