Chile is known for having the longest and threadlike landscape in the world. Like a long stretched ribbon, its land area begins from the tropics in the north to the cold and breezy windswept seas around Cape Horn in the southern region. The country has a spectacular mixture of landscapes. The central region is filled with orchards, vineyards, wheat fields, and green pastures where cattle and sheep are raised.
In summer, the weather is warm and always sunny, and in winter it is mild with a bit of a freezing cold. Nestled along the central region is where the main cities are situated and...More