Arica is literally an oasis, near to sand dunes of the desert and fertile valleys, fed by melting glaciers of the Andes. Is located in the heart of some fascinating cultural attractions. The Plaza Colon, an iron cathedral with the Tower of San Marcos, is such a point of interest.There is also the Archaeological Museum in the nearby Azapa Valey. There you will find pre-Columbian textiles, sculptures and mummies of Chinchoro culture dating back to 10.000 B.C.
Antofagasta is a port city in northern Chile about 1,100 km (700 mi) north of Santiago. The city is closely linked to mining activity. North of Antofagasta passing the Tropic of Capricorn.
Against a backdrop of spectacular peaks the Fjords and islands of the Chilean coast are home to dolphins,whales,seals and Magellanic penguins.Exploring by Zodiac and on foot,pass below discover hidden lakes and waterfalls.
Castro is a city and commune in the Chilean island of Chiloé Island. Castro is the capital of the Chiloé Province. Castro is famous for its palafitos, traditional wooden stilt houses which were common in many places in Chiloé. The city is also rich in museums and other sightseeings such as the church which was declared World Heritage by the UNESCO.
Caleta Tortel is a coastal village in Chile. It is the administrative center of the commune of Tortel and is located between the mouth of the Baker River and the Baker Channel. The surrounding geography is rugged and formed by a number of islands, fjords, channels and estuaries. Visitors fall in love with Tortel as soon as they see this scattering of houses on forested slopes surrounding a pale emerald bay. Tortel is a scattered settlement of quaint wooden houses, each with its own jetty and linked by a network of walkways and bridges made of fragrant cypress. There are no streets here, and even the fire engine is a boat.
The cultural and economic heart of Peru, Lima was the center of power for the Spanish empire in South America. Calao is the largest and most important port of the country. Lima hosts splendid archaeological museums, art museums, even museums of gold items. The catacombs under the church of San Francesco is a landmark, as there are thousands of old documents in the library of the adjacent monastery.
Niebla (meaning fog) is a coastal Chilean town close to the city of Valdivia. Niebla is located on the northern edge, at the mouth of the Valdivia River, across from Corral city. Niebla's beach and folk market are popular tourist destinations during the summer, together with the ruins of a Spanish colonial fort, its museums and restaurants specializing in seafood.
Paracas is a popular beach destination in Peru. It is a beautiful small town known for its national park and its wildlife. It is necessary to visit the Ballesta Islands and get in touch with the incredible fauna characterized by penguins, seabirds, dolphins and sealions. This place has a rich historical and cultural heritage as pre-Inca civilizations settled here. The amazing coastlines are ideal for watersports. The area, truly, satisfies every taste!
Puerto Montt is a coastal city in the south of Chile and has an important role as a port. It boasts great views of the ocean and towering peaks of the Andes. Walking along the beach is very pleasant and offers many opportunities of entertainment. Also in the port area the visitor can find seafood restaurants and crafts shops.
The city proper is locates on the northeastern shore of Brunswick Pensisula.Besides the eastern shore with the settlements of Guiarabo,Rio Amarillo and Punta San Juan the peninsula is largely unihabited.Located on the Brunswick Peninsula.Punta Arenas is among the largest cities in the entire Patagonion Region.
Valparaiso is one of the most picturesque ports in the world. The view as you approach from the sea is particularly fascinating because Valparaiso seems to hang on steep precipices. Most of the city is a maze of alleys, winding streets, staircases and funicular lifts called "ascensores"-if you have not climbed to one before, it will be a surprise for you!
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