Worry-Free Booking & Free Cancellation — OurTourlane Travel Promise!
Discover the salt flats of the Atacama Desert on a Chile Tour

Chile Tours & Trips

Coastal sunshine and glacial peaks

    1. Destinations
    2. South America
    3. Chile

    Why Embark on a Chile Tour?

    Squeezed in between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes, Chile is just 217 miles east to west, but extends more than 2,600 miles from north to south! Its peculiar shape and distinct geography results in a full range of climates and landscapes. Go stargazing in the salt flats of the Atacama Desert, and go kayaking in the icebergs of Patagonia in the Torres del Paine National Park. It’s all possible during the same trip when you visit Chile.

    Organizing a tour of this extraordinary country isn’t easy - with Tourlane, you’re able to organize flights, transfers, guides, and accommodations in Chile, all in one place! Less

    Our Most Popular Tours and Trips

    1. South America, Chile, Patagonia, view of a hiker in Torres del Pain with a sweeping view of snowy mountains, glacial lakes, and forest.




      excl. Flight (p.P.)

    2. Admire the Atacama Desert, pictured here in the evening, on a Chile vacation

    What to See During a Chile Tour?

    Torres del Paine National Park

    Named after the huge, granite towers that rise impressively out of the landscape, the Torres del Paine National Park covers over 1,100 square miles of Patagonian wilderness. This park is a must-see for nature lovers and keen hikers who travel to Chile. The Cordillera Paine is the focal point of this park as the transition from the subpolar forests to the Patagonian steppes. Track the elusive puma with an expert guide, and discover the glaciers and deep blue icebergs of Grey Lake. 

    Atacama Desert

    The Atacama Desert covers more than 600 miles and is the driest nonpolar desert on earth. You’ll see truly unique landscapes quite unlike anything you’ve seen before - huge salt flats, geysers, lagoons, and volcanos stretch for as far as the eye can see. For those interested in astrology, the Atacama Desert is one of the best places in the world to stargaze. Prepare to be amazed by an adventure destination that is truly out of this world. 

    Easter Island

    Easter Island is located 2,290 miles off the coast of Chile. This UNESCO world heritage site is best known for the almost 900 stone head statues or Moai. See these monoliths at one of the ceremonial altars or ahu and summit Terevaka, the highest peak for a panoramic view of this spectacularly remote land. 

    Volcano Osorno

    Volcano Osorno is the perfect destination for those looking to enjoy a scenic road trip or adventure hike. Located around 500 miles south of the capital Santiago, Osorno is one of the most active volcanoes of the Andes. Located in the Los Lagos Region of Chile, this enormous volcano is similar in appearance to Mount Fuji, and has the beautiful Llanquihue Lake at its base. 

    Chiloé Island

    Chiloé Island is the largest Island in Chile. The houses ignore the border between land and sea, and stand atop wooden stilts on the water. The island is known for its seafaring culture, and even the churches are built like boats! Most of these unique houses of worship from the 18 and 19th centuries are UNESCO World Heritage sites, made completely of wood with rounded ceilings like a ship's hull.


    Santiago has been the capital of Chile since colonial times. Now about seven million Chilenos call this sprawling city home. Stroll through the neoclassical ambiance of Plaza de Armas or explore the winding streets of Bellavista where local artisans often sell their wares. Grab an Italiano hot dog—chock-full of avocado, onions, and tomatoes—to power your exploration.


    Built on the steep hills rising from the Pacific Ocean, the port town of Valparaíso is known for the vibrant colors of its buildings. Ride the funicular railway up the city’s unusual landscape and enjoy spectacular ocean views. Visit Sebastiana, the quirky former home of Pablo Neruda, and learn more about this Nobel laureate from the attached museum. Watch the sunset with a steaming bowl of Cazuela Mariscos, a traditional seafood stew. Less

    1. See the Valle de la Luna, pictured here in the long shadows of the afternoon with a blue sky in the background, on an Atacama Desert tour

      Atacama Desert

    2. See the silhouettes of Moai statues against the sunset on an Easter Island vacation

      Easter Island

    3. South America, Chile, Santiago de Chile, Plaza de Armas viewed from above, gentle sunlight and palm trees.

      Santiago de Chile

    4. View of the port of Valparaiso at night


    Useful Information for Planning Your Trip

    Other Countries to Visit

    1. Blick entlang einer Straße auf den Mount Fitz Roy in Patagonien, Argentinien


    2. Take a look at the statue of Christ in Rio de Janeiro on your round trip through Brazil


    3. The Tayrona National Park in Colombia


    4. The stunning San Rafael Falls in Amazonas, Ecuador