Hui and her family opted to go for a short but very luxurious trip with us to see the highlights of Chile in style! They visited the Torres del Paine, the lakes and Atacama but staying in some of the best properties that the country, or the continent, has to offer! See how they got on by reading on!
The Lake District
Penny and Martin spent around a month wending their way by plane, train and automobile through Chile and Argentina. Starting in Santiago they drove from Temuco through to Argentina, down to Bariloche and back through to Chiloe and the Chilean lakes. From there they went up to the desertscapes of Atacama and back to the coastal city at Valparaiso. It was quite a trip!
Dinesh & Uma's all-encompassing Chile adventure had them exploring Santiago, Torres del Paine, Punta Arenas, the Lake District and the Atacama Desert. Here is their appraisal...
John and Sherry booked more than a month long trip with us starting in Peru and finishing in the eclectic Buenos Aires. It was quite a trip by the sounds of things and it all went pretty smoothly. Please read on to hear their feedback.
Hotel Awa is an architectural marvel with breathtaking view of the Osorno volcano from its secluded position on the shoreline of Lake Llanquihue. After 2 ½ years of construction, Awa opened its doors in November 2016 and has become the place to stay for those looking to treat themselves whilst staying in this part of Chile’s Lake district.
This is the newest of the three Tierra hotels and the only luxury hotel on the enchanting island of Chiloé; an archipelago just off the coast of Chile’s Lake District in Northern Patagonia with its own unique culture and traditions.
Set within a lush biological reserve in Chile’s Lake District and surrounded by peaceful lakes, snow-topped volcanoes and the Andes mountain range, Huilo Huilo is made up of a number of lodges and hotels, which offer immediate access to stunning nature.
Built in the 1950s Hotel Antumalal was one of the first hotels to be established in Chile’s Northern Lake District. Having hosted a number of famous of names and faces over the years, including the Queen and Neil Armstrong, its appeal lies in its sense of history and strong ties to the local area.