Atacama Desert

Atacama Desert is the driest desert in the world and it might not seem like the most tourist friendly attribute…but it also is amazing because the natural beauty and the clear skies.  Due to the High altitude, dry air, almost no cloud cover, and sparse population (leading to lack of light pollution) – desert is one…

Torres Del Paine- Patagonia

The term ‘most beautiful place on earth’ can be fairly subjective . Unless, someone had an opportunity to visit each and every allegedly ‘most beautiful place’ on the earth, it is a statistical impossibility…well almost. When National Geographic proclaimed Torres Del Paine as the most beautiful place on this earth, we couldn’t help but give them…

Punta Arenes – Puerto Natales

Punta Arenas- Puerto Natales: Next we head south to Patagonia all the way  to the south of Chile. We wish we had a rented a jeep since getting there can be tricky. Arriving at Punta Arenas, the last bus leaves at 8.30 so it’s super important to book the bus to Puerto Natales. From Puerto Natales…

Valparaiso

  Valparaiso is a cool little town with mild Mediterranean climate about an hour and a half away from Santiago The city’s colorful, clifftop homes and steep hills are best explored by walking around or riding the funiculars up on the hills. The City lost it’s importance as the key port in Latin America due to the construction of Panama…