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Traveling To Chile 101


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Although Chile is slowly but steadily become South America’s core, it’s still not as visited as it should be. In case you wanted to travel to this wonderful and beautiful country, here are a couple of things you’ll definitely need to know.

Affordability At Its Finest

One might say Chile is a slim country due to its shape – the distance between the two widest points in Chile is just 150 miles. However, that’s not the only thing that’s slender here.

Prices of rooms and food are just as slim as the country itself.

Accommodation costs are pretty appealing to any budget, as you can find dorm rooms for only $9 and hotels that rent $25 per night private rooms.

As far as food goes, you won’t have to worry about a thing. You can eat at restaurants with Chilean cuisine for about $10 per meal, while buying a week’s worth of food at the grocery store can cost you anywhere from $35-90.

From Top To Bottom


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If you thought the only amazing thing about Chile is its unique shape, you’re wrong. This country can offer both relaxation and excitement, and it does it with style.

For those who go on vacations to enjoy their free time in peace, there are many locations where you’ll literally become one with your surroundings. We recommend checking out San Marcos Cathedral, going on a tour through Chile’s 400-year-old vineyards, or visiting the famous Easter Islands.

On the other hand, Chile is packed with various offers for thrill-seekers. From the country’s swarming capital of Santiago to trekking on Ojos del Salado volcano, you can be certain Chile will keep you busy.