Our Latin America experts are on hand to tailor-make the perfect
family holiday to your exact specifications and including our
exclusive Original Travel additional services like fast-track
check-in and security at the airport, and lounge access even if
you're flying economy. In Chile itself, you can call on our
clued-up local Concierge who can recommend family-friendly
restaurants and make any last-minute tweaks to the itinerary.
Our expertise lies in knowing what will appeal in a country with
so much to offer for families, but which involves vast distances. A
Chile family holiday highlights reel should almost certainly
include the following…
Patagonia is wild, barren, beautiful and perfect for adventure
seeking families. Impressive in its emptiness the region is home to
jagged peaks and pristine rivers, all crying out to be explored.
With expert guides, explore
Torres del Paine National Park, hiking off the beaten track to
waterfalls, glacial lakes and forests.
In the Atacama
Desert, head out on foot, by bike or on horseback to explore
the region's lunar landscapes, salt flats and geysers. This is a
starkly beautiful place that neither you nor your children will
ever forget. 'Moonwalk' in the fine sands of towering dunes, see
stands of flamingoes and 700-year-old cacti and learn about ancient
petroglyphs (rock art). As the Atacama has zero light pollution,
this is also prime stargazing territory.
With its glistening glacial lakes reflecting snow-tipped
mountains and evergreen forests, the
Lake District is undeniably beautiful, but you're here for
family-friendly adventures, not the scenery. Try your collective
family hands at heli-biking, fishing, white water rafting, paddle
boarding and finally riding along amazing trails in the Huerquehue
Then, for a dose of city-slicking, spend a day in
Santiago, climbing the tallest tower in South America for great
views of the city, or visit Valparaiso, a coastal city with a fun
boho vibe, and somewhere the children can enjoy a cooking class and
even a street art tour where they get to create their own graffiti.
Oh, and for serious bragging rights, take the children to Easter
Island - one of the most remote island's on the planet - to see
the mysterious moai stone heads.