Discover South America’s best photo opportunity: the Salar de Uyuni! It is the world’s largest salt flat located in the southwest corner of Bolivia.
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Deep in the midst of Chile’s rainy Lake Region is a foggy, mystical land called Chiloé. It’s a dreamy archipelago situated just off the mainland in the Pacific Ocean and acts a cozy getaway for travelers. Learn what you should do during your trip!
Torres del Paine National Park – it’s one of Patagonia’s most precious gems. This special oasis is tucked away at the end of the world, stamped by indigenous roots and packed with diverse wildlife and immense natural wonders. The beauty can be overwhelming, so here are a few highlights to choose from when you’re short on time.
Today marks 60 years since the opening of Torres del Paine National Park. It first opened back on May 13, 1959 and since then has seen significant growth in popularity and appreciation. Year after year the park draws in new visitors from all corners of the globe and even earned the title of “8th Wonder in the World.” All this attention may have you wondering, what makes this place so great? At Cascada Expediciones, the park holds a special place in our hearts. This is why we love it so much.
Mother's Day is coming up! This year give your mom the gift she truly deserves: a trip of a lifetime.
Recent news broke: The Chilean military has given 112,000 acres of private land in the Metropolitan region to the national government, raising demand for the creation of Santiago's first national park.
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It’s a very special time for one small, remote place in the Pacific. During this time of year, island culture comes alive and locals show off what makes Easter Island distinctly theirs. The celebration is called Tapati Rapa Nui and it takes place every year in February.
Join us this 2019 as we are discuss new concepts in travel, including what it means to be a tourist and swap the term for "conscious traveler". Here are the top 19 micro adventures we reckon you’ll love from right here in Chile!