Located on the west coast of South America, along the South Pacific Ocean and bordered by the Andes mountain range to the east, Chile is known as the longest country in the world. Its coastline is more than 4,300 km long, providing tourists plenty of beaches and ecotourism. Tourism continues to grow in Chile, especially among tourists from Canada and the United States, because of the diverse natural attractions for tourists to experience during their stay, such as the world’s driest desert, glaciers and volcanoes along the Pacific Ring of Fire.
Whether you are at one of these attractions or are simply spending time on the beach, having travel insurance coverage for your trip allows you to travel worry-free and focus on what is most important – enjoying your time away from home.
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Top tourist attractions in Chile
When in Chile, you would not be getting the best possible experience unless you took in some of the top attractions the country has to offer. Consider visiting Lauca National Park, Torres del Paine, Valle de la Luna, San Rafael Glacier and Los Pingüinos Natural Monument, and Cerro San Cristóbal, which provides you with a beautiful view of the surrounding area. One attraction you shouldn’t miss is Easter Island. Known as one of the most isolated islands on Earth, it has 887 monumental statues that need to be seen to be believed.
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