Wine & Pisco
Strong winds, sudden rain, rustic refugios (shelters) and striking landscapes – hiking the classic 'W' is an unforgettable adventure in Torres del Paine.
The driest desert in the world, the Atacama is an otherworldly place of salt caves, eerie moon-like surfaces and powerful geysers circled by snow-tipped volcanoes.
Wine (and Spirits)
Chile is still battling Peru over the ownership of pisco; here, the potent grape brandy is produced in the Elqui Valley. But no one can contest Chile’s mastery of Carmenere, a full-bodied red wine – it’s the toast of the nation.