• Cueca in Chile

    Cueca in Chile

    I call him the Casanova of Cueca. An elderly gentleman dressed in a dapper combination of yellow trousers and red shirt, spinning and dipping and stamping his feet. He has… Read More»

  • Rolando, horse trekking near Villa Cerro Castillo. Credit: Christopher Toothman, courtesy of Senderos Patagonia

    Chile: A wild, rolling-eyed beast of a route

    The Carretera Austral highway bumps and shudders you through the remote Aysén region of Southern Chile, while the Andes and ice fields clamour for your attention Read More»

  • Chile: Call of the wild

    A land of volcanoes, fjords and windswept islands, Chile’s Lake District offers ravishing natural beauty and thrilling adventure for those on foot, horseback, bike or kayak Read More»

  • Pia Glacier

    Cape Horn: Where continents collide

    To mark the 400th anniversary of its discovery, a boat-load of intrepid travellers brave treacherous seas to land on Cape Horn, at the southernmost tip of South America Read More»

  • Licancabur, Atacama Desert, near the Chile-Bolivia border

    Chile: High and dry

    Barren yet beautiful, the world’s loftiest, most parched desert is a realm of sand and rock that’s arguably Chile at its most alluring. Welcome to the Atacama Read More»