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Gaston-Sacaze is a leading DMC in Chile, specialized in tailor-made travel for individuals and groups, offering the highest level of services, working with the most reliable and professional suppliers and guides.

Gabriel Vargas Von Boeck

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Did you know this fact?

Chile is home to one of the largest swimming pools in the world, the San Alfonso del Mar resort pool. Stretching over 1,000 yards in length and holding 66 million gallons of water, this colossal pool is equivalent to 20 Olympic-size swimming pools. It’s so large that visitors can even sail small boats and kayaks in it, offering a truly unique aquatic experience.

About Chile

Chilean people are known for their warm hospitality, welcoming visitors with open arms. The culture of Chile is a vibrant fusion of indigenous traditions, Spanish influences, and immigrant contributions. Family plays a central role in society, and traditional values are deeply cherished. Chilean cuisine showcases a diverse array of flavors, with delicious dishes like empanadas and pastel de choclo. Music and dance, such as the lively cueca, reflect the rich cultural heritage. Overall, Chilean people embrace visitors with warmth and offer a fascinating cultural experience that is sure to leave a lasting impression.
Stretching from Peru down to the Antarctic Peninsula, nestled between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean, Chile’s geography is unique, with a great variety of landscapes spanning different latitudes. Divided into five zones: 1/ The north is influenced by the presence of the Atacama Desert. 2/ Santiago, Valparaíso, the Central Valleys are governed by a Mediterranean climate. 3/ To the south, the territory is dominated by lakes and volcanoes. 4/ Patagonia and Antarctica are located in the extreme south. 5/ The Oceanic Islands, particularly Easter Island and Robinson Crusoe, make up the end zone.

Chile’s rugged geography is not only reflected in the country’s continental territory, but also in its more than 8,000 islands located in the Pacific Ocean. Three of these islands are unique in their kind: Easter Island, the mysterious “Navel of the World”, ideal for horseback riding or cycling, trekking, bird watching, diving and photography; Robinson Crusoe, World Biosphere Reserve, and where its visitors are invited to discover a unique flora and fauna, both on land and in the sea and fill their days with adventure; and finally, the Isla Grande de Chiloé, a place full of tradition and legends; and a territory where it is possible to interact with nature through trekking, horseback riding, kayaking, among many other activities.

Austral road

The Austral road is a breathtaking journey through the heart of Chilean Patagonia, stretching across rugged landscapes and untamed wilderness for an awe-inspiring experience. This scenic route takes you through picturesque forests, shimmering lakes, and majestic mountains. As you traverse this enchanting road, you’ll encounter dramatic fjords, cascading waterfalls, and hidden coastal villages. Immerse in the raw beauty of Patagonia, connect with nature, and witness abundant wildlife.

Chiloé Island

Two hundred km long and 50 km wide, Chiloé Island is a unique region of Chile due to its remoteness and particular geographical, historical and cultural characteristics. The island is home to many 200-year-old UNESCO World Heritage churches and multicolored wooden houses that stand out in the turbulent sky.

Lake Region

Located about 700 km south of Santiago, between the Bío-Bío area and Puerto Montt, land of the Mapuche Indians, is home to a countless number of snow-capped volcanoes, huge araucaria forests and countless turquoise lakes. Ideal for adventure sports, one can enjoy activities as diverse as climbing volcanoes, trout fishing, horse-back riding, skiing, rafting or simply resting in one of the several thermal baths in the region.

Easter Island

Easter Island is the most remote inhabited land in the world, located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, in Chilean Polynesia. Leave the continent and fly to this mysterious island that has become famous thanks to its monoliths, called moaïs, which are scattered over the green hills of the island, leftover from a civilization that has today vanished, taking with it the real meaning of these statues, which still intrigues scientists today.


Patagonia is every globe-trotter’s dream, the legendary destination at the end of the world where Mother Nature has given birth to some of its most spectacular elements: immense granite towers rising into the sky, huge glaciers plunging into lakes and sea, harsh mountains beaten by strong winds and endless grassland plains where herds of guanacos roam free.


Located in the North of Chile, in the heart of the Altiplano, Atacama is the world’s most arid desert, where extreme climate conditions create spectacular natural phenomena and landscapes. Large rocky fields, a ground cracked from the heat, active geysers, snow-capped volcanoes and surreal mineral-rich altiplano lakes populated with pink flamingos are all a part of the unbelievable decor.

Santiago and Valparaiso

Bohemian and colorful, poetic and somewhat eccentric, Valparaiso, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a must-see in Chile. Located 115 km west of Santiago, built entirely facing the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by steep hills, the city served as a base for sailors and travelers from around the world during the 19th century. Visitors get the impression of an open-air museum as they discover this city by foot, exploring its narrow streets, endless staircases and historic funicular.

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