The list of attractions in Chile are as long as the country
itself. The best of these lie in the country's vast wilderness
although Santiago, the capital city, has some impressive
attractions showcasing its history. These include the Chilean
Museum of Pre-Columbian Art and Plaza de Armas.
In Patagonia both Parque Nacional Laguna San Rafael and Parque
Nacional Torres del Paine are among the most impressive scenic
sites in the world, encompassing mountains, ice fields, lagoons and
thousands of miles. Chile continues to amaze at the El Tatio
Gyesers and the surreal landscape of Reserva Nacional Los
Flamencos. In alikeness to Chile's natural wonders, Easter Island
mystifies visitors with its strange and giant man-made sculptures.
Interesting towns of Castro and Puerto Montt can be jumping points
for the more natural attractions of The Lake District and Parque
The attractions are spread over a wide variety of climates but
summer months are preferred in southern Chile while people can
visit year-round in northern regions.