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  • South America's Hottest New Hotels

    South America may be feeling cooler temps this time of year, but new properties are popping up across the region, from flashy modern digs to serene escapes.

    Posted by Karina Martinez-Carter on July 10, 2012 at 4:28:52 PM EDT in Hotels
  • Carbon-Free Luxury at the Singular Hotel in Patagonia

    Patagonia woos adventurous travelers with stunning, secluded landscapes and luxe, eco-friendly hotels. The latest in the bunch is The Singular, housed in a landmark building from 1915.

    Posted by Jimmy Im on June 04, 2012 at 3:28:56 PM EDT in Hotels
  • Starter Kit to Chile

    Chile is full of surprises—it's more than just sheep, mountains, summer skiing, and wine. So we put together a starter kit of sorts to help you put build the best itinerary.

    Posted by Jimmy Im on May 25, 2012 at 11:42:36 AM EDT in Trip Ideas
  • Patagonia's Hotel Salto Chico Reopens in Torres del Paine

    Just two months ago, a wildfire swept through the renowned Torres del Paine National Park, temporarily closing parts of the park and the iconic Hotel Salto Chico. While the park re-opened in early January, the luxury lodge will re-open its doors on February 23, just in time for the tail-end of the popular summer season in stunning southern Chile.

    Posted by Kimberly Jaso on February 22, 2012 at 4:45:51 PM EST in News, Trip Ideas, Hotels, Outdoors
  • Patagonia: Raise a glass at world’s end

    In Chile’s Puerto Williams, the southernmost permanent settlement in the world, a small Swiss freighter permanently moored at the dock and listing slightly to port is home to the rustic Club de Yates Micalvi. Sailors stop here for good company, strong spirits, and hearty food as they travel between the Atlantic and Pacific around Cape Horn. Stop by and mingle with whoever is there at the time. You might meet Aussies, Brits, Finns, Russians, Swedes, or even the occasional North American.

    Posted by Fodor's Editors on November 12, 2010 at 2:00:00 AM EST in Travel Tips
  • Chile's Top Attractions

    Squeezed between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean, Chile has beaches that draw sun-worshippers and roaring rivers for adventure travelers. Fishing aficionados head south to the Lake District, while armchair archeologists are attracted to the 5,000-year-old mummies of the Atacama. In some places the 320-km (200-mi) territorial limit is wider than the country itself, making Chile as much water as earth. Here are the best places and sights to inspire your perfect Chilean itinerary.

    Posted by Fodor's Editors on November 10, 2010 at 4:51:52 PM EST in Trip Ideas
  • Chile: Be greeting-savvy

    Females will probably greet you with a kiss on one cheek, while males will go with a fi rm handshake.

    Posted by Fodor's Editors on July 10, 2010 at 2:00:00 AM EDT in Travel Tips

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