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This 2,500 mile corridor along the western coast of South America is dense with natural beauty and cultural-heritage. The nation’s capital-city, Santiago, surrounded by the snow-capped Andes, encapsulates the Chilean spirit, and is rapidly emerging as a promising economic launching pad.

Top to bottom, Chile has it all. The longest (and thinnest) country on earth, its 2,500 mile coastline is as tall as the U.S. is wide—which is to say it packs a mighty diverse punch between its borders. To the North, rests the silent, bewildering, and driest desert on earth—the Atacama—hosting 70% of the world’s telescopes and offering an immaculate view of the Milky Way 300+ days a year. To the South, the dominating, picturesque Patagonian Andes give respite and rejuvenation to weary travelers with the gumption to venture that far yonder.

Tucked between these two gorgeous geographical punctuation points are wineries—oh, the wineries! Mile after glorious mile from Santiago to the Central Valleys, reveal expansive, exceptional, and elegant vineyards attracting vini-culturalists and laypersons alike.

Less well-known, off the mainland, are 43,000 Chilean-owned islands. Easter Island is perhaps the most renowned, but have you heard of Chiloé? It has a spooky mysticism about it–one which isn’t confronting at first blush while taking in the colorful, stilted homes and fresh breeze wafting off the shoreline. Dig deeper though, and you’re sure to uncover legends that will give you pause.

As diverse as the flora, fauna, and landscape, are the people who inhabit Chile. The Mapuche, for example, are indigenous stewards of the tierra or “people of the land” and heralded as the keepers of history. They revere their ancestors, the spirit of the skies and seas, and la naturaleza–they continue to bring light to the significance of appreciating our natural surroundings. For example, they helped bring protection and oversight to the ancient and precious Monkey Puzzle tree (the araucaria)—as not only a provider of food today, but for dinosaurs roaming wild and blissfully unaware during the Jurassic period, over 150 million years ago. (Indeed it is forbidden to cut down, or even relocate one of these prehistoric relics without facing severe penalties and fines.)

From the ancient araucaria to the modern Sauvignon Blanc, Chile welcomes you to indulge, and appreciate, all this remarkable nation has to offer.

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