If you are looking to get the most out of every day you have to spend in Chile, we recommend our longest circuit as it will allow you to fully experience the incredible diversity our country has to offer. Because of its geographical extension, which crosses more latitudes than meridians, the geography and climate vary greatly from the north to the south of Chile, so what you experience in Atacama will be totally different to that of Patagonia. With the 17-day circuit you will be able to explore a bit of everything, starting by visiting the three main cities of the country’s central region: Santiago (our capital), Valparaíso and Viña del Mar. You will continue traveling south to enter the forests of Chilean Patagonia and visit the amazing glaciers and volcanoes of both Torres del Paine and Vicente Pérez Rosales National Parks. You will fly north towards the Atacama region to find yourself in one of the most arid deserts in the world. You will visit the desolate lunar landscape of the Valley of the Moon and you will bathe in the warm waters of the Tatio Geysers and discover the lost towns of the highland plateau. And after having passed through every stage of the continental landscape, you will also be able to discover the beauty of two of the most classic islands in Chile: Chiloé and the famous Easter Island. Chiloé is a mythological island where you will find an important vestige of traditional Chilean culture and gastronomy as well as architectural constructions that have been declared world heritage sites. And speaking of world heritage sites, what about Easter Island?! Few travelers know that its real name is “Isla Rapa Nui”, the name that also is given to the language spoken by the natives. You will arrive at Rapa Nui Island to come face to face with the giants that shelter the slopes of their volcanoes: the huge stone heads called “Moai” that watch over the island. After this 17 day tour, you will know almost everything there is to know about Chile, save coming to live here!