Chile End to End
The ultimate Chilean journey from Torres del Paine to the Atacama Desert
Knowledgeable; rents camping gear.
OK for a crash course in local history, the museum is a quick visit. There are natural history items (mostly stuffed animals),...
Links visitors with local gauchos, organizes photo safaris and can competently plan your tailor-made dream adventures.
A typical bar with foosball, chess and other board games.
Almost always open, this friendly no-frills eatery offers wonderful home cooking at bargain prices.
Outstanding and wholly original, you won’t find Afro-Chilean cuisine on any NYC menu. This romantic gem was dreamed up by a hardworking Zambian/Chilean couple. Fragrant rice, fresh ceviche and mint roasted lamb are prepared with succulent precision. Next door, a small takeout business of the same name sells wraps and salads which lack the flair of the restaurant.