Chile may be a slender country towards the bottom of the world, but it certainly packs quite a punch when it comes to its mighty Andes mountains. Canyoning below some of the range's tallest summits, including the most southerly peak exceeding 6,000 meters (Marmolejo), can really boost your experience. The associated glaciers, valleys, and canyons owe their splendor to the magnificent mountains and volcanoes, certainly making for an evocative adventure.
Chilean peso (CLP)
Best Time to Visit
Canyoning in Chile is best done in the summer, with favorable programs from November through February
The weather is considerably varied across the country. The climate is arid in the north while extreme and volatile in the south
How to Get There
Flying into Santiago is the most efficient way to get to Chile. Paris, London, New York, Los Angeles, and Sydney all have direct flights to Santiago. Arica, Iquique, and Punta Arenas are served by regional airports. Cheap and efficient bus transportation is available throughout the country, connecting it from the Atacama in the north to Patagonia in the south