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Things you need to know before visiting Chiloe Island

If you’re arriving in Chiloe Island as part of your Patagonian adventure or simply for a short break, then you’re in for a treat in this unique, mythical land unlike anywhere else in Chile. In our Chiloe Island road trip post, we shared our favourite experiences and places to visit on the island. And even …

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Where to stay in Chiloe Island | Best hotels, hostels and camping

Are you looking for the best places to stay on Chiloe Island, Chile? We’ve spent some time pulling together this list of best hotels, hostels, Airbnbs and even free camping spots on this Chilean island. Now the only thing you have to worry about is finding the right one for your travel style and budget. Chiloe …

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A traveller’s guide to Easter Island | Moai, volcanoes and tropical beaches

Easter Island. Rapa Nui. Isla de Pascua. All names by which this tiny isolated island goes by. Yet one thing is for sure, Easter Island is a mysterious, tropical destination unlike any other. Our Easter Island travel guide gives you everything you need to know before you visit, including things to see and do, places …

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An epic guide to San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

San Pedro de Atacama is in the driest hot desert in the world, in northern Chile. The Atacama is a world away from the huge sand dunes of the Sahara and often times, feels a world away even from this planet. From snow capped volcanoes, salt flats, flamingoes and the most spectacular landscapes, the Atacama …

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The South American obsession with Yerba Mate

A Uruguayan family arrive to watch the sunsetting over the river in Montevideo, the father clutching a flask under his arm. In one hand he holds a bag of something we don’t recognise; in the other, an odd shaped cup. As his wife and teenage children arrange deck chairs on the grassy, beachside knoll, he …

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