Fodor's Chile: Including Argentine Patagonia

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Adam Taplin
Random House LLC, 2008 - Travel - 463 pages
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From the arid deserts of the Atacama to the deep-blue glaciers of Patagonia, Chile is an adventurer’s paradise that shows strong tourism growth year after year. There is plenty to do, including wine tasting in Wine Country, flyfishing in the Lakes District, and trekking Patagonia–all of which are covered in special magazine-like feature articles throughout the book.
·Great planning advice for every type of traveler, from backpackers to city-dwellers
·Adventure Vacations chapter, highlighting the best outdoor activities and tour operators
·Scores of new maps for Lakes District and Patagonia chapters
·Expanded coverage of Patagonia
·Close-up boxes on indigenous culture, history, and current events

  

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Contents

ADVENTURE 8 LEARNING
11
A P
36
Parque Forestal
42
Parque Quinta Normal
49
Where to Stay and Eat in Providencia
59
Santiago Side Trips
80
Valparaiso 100101
100
The Southern Beaches
119
Lago Villarrica
249
Los Lagos
262
Parque Nacional Puyehue
271
Puerto Varas 8 Lago Llanquihe
278
Rosales
284
Side Trips from Santiago 79 8 CHILOE
299
EL NORTE Chico 133 Chaiten 8 Puerto Puyuhuapi
326
Puerto Puyuhuapi
327

Elqui Valley 8 The Huasco Valley
151
About This Book 6 5 EL NORTE GRANDE
161
Nitrate Pampa
162
Arica Area
193
Colchagua 8
207
SANTIAGO 29 Valle Curico
217
Valle Curico 8 Valle Maule
219
La Araucania
239
Environs
336
Parque Nacional Laguna
350
Puerto Natales 8 Environs
361
Parque Nacional Torres del Paine
367
Punta Arenas L
383
Tierra del Fuego
393
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