|Northern Chile (Regions of Arica-Parinacota, Tarapacá, Antofagasta, Atacama and Coquimbo)|
Visit the driest desert in the world, archeological ruins and the Andean highlands.
|Central Chile (Regions of Valparaíso, Santiago, O'Higgins and Maule)|
The heart of the country, you can visit the main cities, famous vineyards and some of the best ski resorts in the Southern Hemisphere
|Southern Chile (Regions of Biobío, Araucanía, Los Ríos and Los Lagos)|
The land of the Mapuches, lakes, rivers and the mythological Chiloé island.
|Patagonia (Regions of Aysén and Magallanes)|
Fjords, ice caps, lakes and forests.
|Juan Fernández Islands|
Robinson Crusoe Island and other islands
|Easter Island (Rapa Nui or Isla de Pascua)|
A lonely island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, home of one of the most mysterious civilizations in the world.
- Santiago — the capital and largest city of the country
- Concepción — Chile's second largest city
- Iquique — touristic center in Northern Chile
- La Serena — a charming city, with many things to do in and around it
- Punta Arenas — one of the southernmost cities of the world
- San Pedro de Atacama — visitors come in large numbers to use the town as a stepping stone to the amazing landscapes around it
- Valdivia — the "City of Rivers", rebuilt after the strongest earthquake in history
- Valparaíso — main Chilean port and a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Vina del Mar — the principal touristic attraction: beaches, casino and an iconic music festival
- Chiloé Island — the largest island of the country
- Laguna San Rafael National Park — includes the San Rafael Glacier, accessible only by boat or plane
- Lauca National Park — the Lago Chungará, one of the world's highest lakes, overseen by the mighty Volcán Parinacota
- Pichilemu — Chile's premier surfing destination
- Robinson Crusoe Island — well known for its jungles and endemic flora
- Torres del Paine National Park — the mountains, lakes and glaciers, including the Towers of Paine
- Valle de Elqui — a wine and pisco producing area, also known for its astronomical observatories
- Valle de la Luna — breathtaking desert landscape with impressive sand dunes and rock formations
- Villarrica — surrounded by lakes and volcanoes
Chile - Travel guide