Chile is a country of diverse landscapes from Atacama to Patagonia. Discover the beauty of the diverse landscapes of Chile during your holiday in Chile. Take a look at how to include Easter Island in your itinerary to Chile with this article, written by a travel expert from Chile.

Although there are several destinations in Chile you can visit, you are sure to make a stopover in Santiago, giving you the perfect opportunity to travel to Easter Island. Several flights depart weekly from the state capital to Easter Island, offering travelers the chance to explore off the coast of Chile.

There are a variety of reasons to add Easter Island to your travel plan in Chile. For starters, Easter Island is rich in history and culture, but beyond that, it is absolutely breathtaking. Some of the most spectacular scenery can be found on the island and is certain to be the highlight of your trip to

As you begin your journey in Santiago, spend a few days exploring the sights of this vibrant city. A trip to Santa Lucia Hill gives you a breathtaking view of the city from above. Depending on your taste, you can visit one of the city’s many museums or stroll the streets and mingle with the locals. If you have time, add a day or two to nearby Vina del Mar and enjoy the relaxed beach atmosphere.

Even if you travel through Santiago after a Patagonia tour or a trip to the Atacama, you should enjoy the sights of Santiago for a few days. After your time in the city catch your flight to Easter Island about 2,300 miles off Chilean shores. As the main attraction of the island, there are statues are located on the hills, in caves and on the shores of the island, whose original purpose is unknown. These mysterious statues help to create unique and beautiful landscape for travelers from all over the world. Adding an Easter Island tour is easy and will certainly enhance your experience in Chile.

Other things to do in Chile include visiting the Atacama Desert, Chiloe Island, the Strait of Magellan, San Cristobal Hill and so many other natural attractions. It has one of the most diverse natural landscapes in the world, from breathtaking islands to beautiful beaches and mountains. It’s up to you which destination you would like to explore, but there’s much to do.

You can also book tours and day trips of areas such as Santiago, Cajon del Maipo, walking tours of the markets and food of Santiago, and much more. Cajon del Maipo is a popular destination which offers a pleasant relief from urban life and a variety of things to do from fishing, picnicking, horseback riding, boulder climbing, rafting and more. You can also find a variety of manmade comforts selling sweets and local foods to keep you satiated.

Check out all of the great things that Chile has to offer and don’t forget to buy foreign currency before your visit to ensure that you can see all of the local attractions and try local foods.