Places,  South America,  Travel


1. Rano Raraku, Easter Island

Rano Raraku otherwise called the nursery, the abundance of Rano Raraku, about 18km from Hanga Roa, is the quarry for the hard tuff from which the moai were cut. Rano Raraku, the quarry of the Moai. The Rano Raraku well of lava is one of the most unfathomable and unprecedented archeological locales on the planet. In this mysterious spot brimming with riddle, the moai were made, the mammoth sculptures that have put Easter Island on the map around the world. A great many people know about Easter Island for one explanation the moai models. Also, they are sufficient to pull in almost 100,000 explorers consistently to this island of only 5,700 occupants. 
The Best time is in summer. opening hours from 9am to 6pm. Most crowds is between 11:30am – 13:00pm. You’ll spend about 2.5 hours in total at Rano Raraku with lunch time.

2. Atacama Desert
Around one million individuals call the Atacama Desert home. Packing into seaside angling towns, mining regions and desert spring towns. Occupants develop dry-climate produce, for example, olives, tomatoes and cucumbers, and group alpacas professionally. The desert is additionally well known for mining copper. The Atacama is prestigious for its staggering perspectives on the universe. Cosmic observatories are well known in the desert, including the La Silla Observatory, Paranal Observatory, and Llano de Chajnantor Observatory. 
The months from September to November and March to May are considered shoulder season for visiting the Atacama Desert.  Spend four days taking advantage of the natural beauty of the town and hinterlands of San Pedro de Atacama. Visit geysers, volcanoes, valleys and salt flats on this trip around the arid Chilean plateau and be wowed by the formidable grandeur of the Andes at every turn. If you are running out of time then you can plan at lest 1-2 day trip.

3. Valle de la Luna
Valle de la Luna (Valley of Moon) is known for its moonlike scene . It is situated at Los Flamencos Reserve park, North Chile’s Atacama Desert. Valle de la Luna is popular for its stunning dusks. The bowing night light touches off the dark red shades of the valley. You need to start early so that you couldn’t miss the sunset.
The Best Time to Visit Valle de La Luna Chile are January and February are especially busy times. If you would like to avoid the crowds, go in the shoulder season in either spring September-November or fall March-May. You should spend at least 4-6 hours visiting this incredible nature reserve. 

4. El Tatio, Andes
El Tatio is notable as a geothermal field in Chile, and is the biggest spring field in the southern side of the equator with about 8% of all fountains on the planet and is (along with Sol de Mañana) the most noteworthy spring field on the planet. The El Tatio Geysers are an absolute necessity for nature darlings and picture takers, and the most ideal approach to visit is on a guided trip from San Pedro de Atacama. El Tatio is ringed by volcanoes and taken care of by more than 80 murmuring fountains and a hundred gassy fumaroles. 
The months from September-November and March-May are considered shoulder season for visiting. Get up before dawn to enjoy the show just as the sun rises, with the craters of El Tatio as the main attraction. According to tourist it will take about one and half hours to explore.

5. Mano del Desierto, Atacama Desert
The Hand in the Desert or Mano del Desierto is the thing that some allude to as an “Instagram shelter” for the courageous world voyager. The popular model is an enormous scope figure of an about 37 foot-high human turn in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile. Over 25 years back, the city of Antofagasta, the disengaged focus of Chile’s copper mining industry, asked Santiago artist Mario Irarrázabal to make a landmark to the vacancy of the Atacama Desert. Mano de Desierto is a work of the Chilean stone carver Mario Irarrázabal, worked in the mid 1980s. 
The Mano del Desierto is totally allowed to approach and view. Note that because of its remote location, it can be a victim of vandalization, and it is advisable to visit it during sunlight hours.

6. Laguna San Rafael National Park

San Rafael’s heavenly scenes are a mosaic of fjords, channels, islands, bays, and ice. Proclaimed a Biosphere Reserve, the recreation centre is the principle port of passage to Chile’s Northern Icefields and the second-biggest National Park in the nation. The tidal pond is situated on the south side of Moraleda Channel, on the feet of Northern Patagonian Ice Fields, with San Rafael Glacier flowing into it. With over 3.000 years, this is the recreation centre’s primary vacation destination. 
The best time to visit the San Rafael Glacier, and all of Patagonia for that matter, is during the Southern Hemisphere summer. This takes place during the months of December through to February. I recommend you spend a night camping nearby so that you can take your time exploring- hike through the rainforest for a different perspective on the glacier.

7. Marble Caves, Patagonian Andes

Concealed away in Lake General Carrera in Chile are some caves.These are Chile’s supernatural marble caves. Rock developments in common marble-style whirls, swimming in the shocking turquoise water of Lake General Carrera. The Marble Caves are situated in the Patagonian Andes, on a promontory of strong marble. This extraordinary land arrangement sits in waters shared by Argentina and Chile, and is just open by pontoon. 
The Marble Caves can be seen at any time of the year. However, for a particularly stunning experience, you ought to visit from December to March. During this time the water levels are at its lowest and the light at sunrise is at its bounciest. 2 hours would be enough to see the cathedral and the best of the caves. For anyone in the area, it is a must-see. For many, it is the main reason for visiting this region.

8. The Salto del Laja

The Salto del Laja is postal symbol of the locale of the Bío. Come and meet one of the most delightful attractions of this territory. Laja Waterfall is an awesome course shaped by the copious waters of the Laja River. This goal is known for its radiant characteristic assets, in the Laguna Laja National Park and in the Callaqui, Lonquimay, Villarrica, Copahue, Tolhuaca and Antuco volcanoes. The araucaria timberland and the cascades are the primary attractions of the zone. 
The waterfall must be really busy and full of tourists in the summer. December to February peak season and the best time to visit. I recommend to visit 1-2 are enough to explore the beauty of nature and for photography as well.

9. Caburgua lake, Pucon
In the Holocene the valley was obstructed by magma streams from the Volcanes de Caburgua. The lake has as of late picked up reputation for the occasion habitations of individuals like Sebastián Piñera and President Michelle Bachelet. Caburgua’s eyes are two regular blue water pools with cascades that surpass 15 meters high. It is one of the most traveller puts in the Araucanía Region and stands apart for its normal excellence. Just 20 kilometres from Pucón, there are the Caburgua Eyes, which are two wells of electric blue water. 
The tourist high season is between December and February, when there are more transportation routes to the city and the weather is less rainy and humid. Suggested Duration is around 3-4 hours.

10. Milodon Cave Natural Monument, Puerto Natales
The landmark incorporates a cave which is striking for the revelation in 1895 of skin, bones and different pieces of a goliath ground sloth called Mylodon darwini. It is additionally part of the End of the World Route, a picturesque touristic course. The Cueva del Milodón is a site of incredible pale-ontological intrigue framed by three caves which have their remaining parts practically unblemished. It is notable for having the “Fallen angel’s Chair” at its passageway, a stone which, as legend says, was utilised by the mylodon as a seat. 
You can start early to avoid the crowed. October to April is peak season and the best time to visit. Opening hours from 8:00am to 7:00pm. It become less crowded in May to September. Opening hours from 8:00am to 6:00pm. It will take your approximately 3 hours including your bike tour.

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