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PORTILLO

127Portillo, is South America's main ski resort. Here for skiing and snowboarding there are virtually no lift lines or crowded slopes, leaving more time to enjoy the ski slopes. Of course, the breathtaking beauty of its Andean surroundings contribute to a ski vacation of a lifetime.

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CHILOE

106The "Grand Island of Chiloe" is a land of myths and magic -- of emerald rolling hills shrouded in mist and picturesque bays lined with brightly painted fishing boats. Residents here live in palafitos, rickety and charming shingled houses with corrugated roofs that rise above the water on stilts.

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CHILLAN

105A sleepy, dusty, agricultural town, 280 miles south of Santiago, birthplace of Bernardo O'Higgins, liberator of Chile, Chillan has one of Chile's largest tourist flea markets where you can buy all kinds of tourist stuff and yet go skiing in a area with hot mineral baths and sauna.

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PEULLA

126In the Lake District, Peulla is the eastern port of Lake Todos Los Santos. The emerald green waters that surround it are almost as exciting as the launch rides across it. After stopping at Ensenada, Petrohue Falls and Petrohue Village the daily ferry takes you across All Saints Lake to Peulla.

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PUERTO VARAS

132A great vacation city in the Lake District, just a short ride north from Puerto Montt, Puerto Varas, The City of Roses, has casinos, restaurants and hotels. It stands besides Chile's largest lake, Lake Llanquihue. Across the lake two magnificent volcanoes complete the scenery.

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PETROHUE

125Río Petrohué runs from Lago Todos los Santos to the Seno de Reloncaví. It's a favored place for river rafters and fishermen.

 

 

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CONCEPCION

107One of the largest cities in Chile, with about 300,000 people, Concepction is basicaly a commercial center. Located on the huge Bio Bio River, it is only a short drive to the seaport of Talcahuano. It also features one of the larger Universities in Chile, the University of Concepcion .

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COYHAIQUE

108One of the newest cities in Chile, founded in 1929 to encourage settlement in this sparsely settled region far to the south, Coyhaique today has 40,000 inhabitants. It also features a pentagon shaped town square, a large agricultural college and the nearby Natural Reserve for nature lover/hiker

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ANTOFAGASTA

101An old city, Antofagasta is area of the world's largest open pit copper mine. With nice warm beaches, it is good for surfing and Marlin fishing in the surrounding ocean. Also, there you can find the famous rock formation out at sea in the shape of a gigantic arch called Portada.

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ARICA

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Chile's northernmost city features excellent beaches and hotels, historical sites from the War of the Pacific, and nearby archeological sites in the Azapa Valley, including enigmatic geoglyphs and the fascinating Azapa Museum, where you can view mummies dating from 18,000BC.

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CALAMA


130Great for sightseeing, Calama is close to El Tatio Geysers, the geoliths of the Atacama Desert, and just lots of fun stuff to explore. In the middle of an incredibly beautiful desert, Calama is so dry the locals attach their postage stamps with staples rather than lick them!

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CASTRO

104Second largest town on Chiloe island it is located on the coast side facing the continent. Castro was founded in 1567. Its unique and delicious local cuisine features Curanto which is seafood and pork cooked in the ground with hot stones.The second largest town on Chiloe island it located on the coast side facing the continent.

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YELCHO

146Yelcho, with its crystal clear water is located in south Chile. It is paradise for those who love the outdoors, with a wonderful native flora and unique wildlife created to meet the needs of those who like the peace and rest that comes from being in contact with pristine nature and enjoys fishing.

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