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8 Places in Chile That Will Blow Your Mind

There are no words that can explain all the beautiful places in Chile. There are photos that can show you something but you can never see the real beauty unless you see it with your own eyes.

So if you want to visit Chile get on a plane and pack your bag. Don’t forget to pack some winter clothes because some of the places are not in South America, but on Antarctica.

Petrohué Waterfalls in Puerto Varas

The chilling water of river is not good for bathers. It can often be seen hikers near the falls. Also there are small species of torrent ducks which can be seen going against the waterfalls.

Salar de Atacama, south of San Pedro de Atacama

This is the richest place with salt in Chile. It has some lakes that are home to flamingos.

Laguna Cejar in the Salar de Atacama

This lake is one of the few in this salt region of Chile. It water like the water of the Dead Sea can keep the human bodies float without an effort.

Pukará de Quitor, north of San Pedro de Atacama

This Fort of Quitor is old more than 700 years and was built by the atacameño people. In 1982 it was declared as a national monument of Chile.

Valle del Frances in Torres del Paine National Park

The Valle del Frances is a place that holds breathtaking landscapes. There is a popular trek which is long 22.5 km and it takes 8 hours to complete, which is so little compared to the views you can enjoy during the trek.

Grey Lake and Grey Glacier in Torres del Paine National Park

Grey Glacier is a natural ice construction that is long 19 km. There is a path on the glacier where visitors can walk and see the island which is located in the middle of the glacier.

Easter Island in the South Pacific

The Easter Island it is known for the Easter Island Heads is the place filled with ancient moai statues.The statues are 4m in heights and their wight is 14 tons each.

Los Pingüinos Natural Monument on Magdalena Island

This is the most inhabited place with penguins in southern Chile. It is a home to more than 120,000 Magellanic penguins during their migration.

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