Have you ever wondered what the Earth was like a thousand years ago before the forests were cut down, roads were laid and man built sprawling concrete cities?
Have you ever looked up at the night sky and seen so many stars that their combined brightness illuminates it?
Have you ever touched a tree that began to grow over three thousand years ago?
Have you ever seen piercing sapphire-blue glaciers that come down from the mountains, meet the water and then sheer off into giant floating icebergs?
Have you ever seen an active, snow capped volcano? - and climbed it?
Have you ever seen a mummified human body dating back 7,000 years?
Have you ever really experienced pure outstanding natural wilderness that is NOT overrun by hordes of other visitors?
The above questions refer to only a handful of the truly amazing life-awakening sights and experiences that you will get if you come to Chile. A ribbon of land 4,300 km long and only 180 km wide at its widest point, cut off by the Andes mountains to the east and the Pacific ocean to the west and, thankfully, still undeveloped. Chile is a magical wilderness, a safe country to visit and where, if you go to the right places you will feel "alive" possibly for the first time in your life.
Let us show you an amazing country - come and experience Chile
Please remember: The Earth Does Not Belong To Man; It Is Man That Belongs To The Earth (by Indian Chief Suwamish Seattle, 1854)