Wildlife and highlights of a safari in Chile
Squeezed in between the Andes on the east, and the Pacific Ocean on the west, both running the entire length of the country, Chile is made up of an incredible variety of contrasting and overwhelming landscapes. The north of the country flaunts the driest desert in the world, the Atacama Desert, and the south hosts myriad stunning lakes and glaciers that feed into Pacific Fjords. The Andes, the backbone of Chile, rise high above these stunning landscapes, and with lots of active volcanoes scattered through the country, the peaks themselves are often a natural wonder on their own.
There is also over 4,000 kilometres of coastline dotted with spectacular islands and beautiful beaches.