Chile (South-America) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Chile (South-America) Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Travel video about destination Chile.
Chile was given its name by the Incas who respectfully called it Chili, ‘the country in the south’. Santiago De Chile, the capital of Chile, is dignified, modest and European-looking and also lively, modern and full of Latin temperament. The Plaza De Armas is the heart of the city and the historic centre of colonial Santiago that contains the city’s most important buildings. The city of Valparaiso or, Paradise Valley, is around a hundred and twenty kilometres from the capital of Santiago De Chile on the Pacific coast. The city’s development was closely connected with its harbour which brought it wealth and power. Since the middle of the nineteenth century, escalators have rattled up and down the steep hills of the harbour city with forty five hills flanking the bay, each of them covered with a number of tiny wooden huts. Only a short journey on a gravel road and the Atacama Desert begins. At its centre it is the driest desert in the world where the forces of nature have turned it into an extraordinary landscape. The Atacama extends between the Pacific Ocean and the Cordilleras, an area of stone and sand that is perforated only by various frequently dried out salt lakes. For those ships that sailed around Cape Horn, Ancud represented a safe harbour on the journey north in which they could rest after sailing the stormy waters of the South Pacific. At a time when whales and seals were hunted in the Antarctic, Ancud served as a supply station along the route to the southern Polar sea. From the Atacama Desert in the north to as far as the stormy Tierra Del Fuego in the south, Chile is a country rich in contrast. Volcanoes, arid deserts, salt lakes, lively geysers, sandstone mountains and a cosmopolitan city. All of this is to be found in Chile, a country at the end of the world!
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  1. 27:49 "ofichinas"!?!?
    38:23 Quiloé?!?!?!?
    This sacowea thought he was reading Italian ¬¬

  2. When I lived in Coyhaique, I met a girl from Antofagasta who had never seen water fall from the sky. She was visiting her abuela in the interior when Antofagasta had floods in the 80s. I remember her taking off her coat, looking to the sky, and watching the tears fall from her face. And I was with her. It's one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen in my life. She saw water fall from the sky for the first time in her life. It's one of the most beautiful things I've ever witnessed.

  3. MrReallionaire100

    Love Chile,, I visit once a year,,,, I also fallow O'HIGGINS football club,,,


    que hermosa mi tierra de chiloé <3333

  5. este video muestra muchas iglesias , hay lugares muy lindos como : puerto varas , puerto octay , valdivia , la serena , coquimbo , pucon , etc

  6. Lindo chile

  7. This video shows mainly abandoned desert towns at Nort of Chile, and focus on poverty. Doesn´t show the main Cities of Antofagasta, Iquique, La Serena and Coquimbo. However it does shows the beauty of the South side.

  8. no aha die
    chance the giovanni

  9. I almost died when I saw the video, no, we aren't on 90's haha full of churches and boring statues, and not only mountains and desserts, what about the real south of Chile? this video is so funny!

  10. Southern Guy (Peewee the Poet)


    Greetings from the Philippines

  11. It started out well..beautiful cinematography  but less churches please that part was putting me to sleep..more penguins instead

  12. Hermoso mi pais :)  <3

  13. All the best wishes for Chile… long live Chile..

  14. I feel the serenity and nice for siesta in this country. -from Philippines <3

  15. Is Chile is the only developed country in South America?

  16. Quero conhecer Santiago, parece bem interessante.

  17. Eduardo González

    Mi pais <3

  18. Desde Ecuador un saludo a mis compas Chilenos. Bendiciones por tener un hermoso país.

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