I’m going to say something here, and this may surprise you and your students… Penguins in the desert.
I know I sound crazy, but I’m serious and it’s one of the many amazing things you’ll get to witness on an expedition to this narrow country.
Famous for its incredible mountains, beaches, geysers, glaciers, volcanoes, lakes, forests, rivers and countless islands - whatever floats your boat, Chile has it.
Don’t forget the towering Andes on the east border, and that only 2,000 miles away sites the Easter Islands, which are famous for their giant stone monoliths, known as Moai. Chile will provide amazing memories for your students to take back to their school.
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Visiting ancient rock art
Exploring Maipo Valley in the central Andes.
Observing the night sky of the southern hemisphere
Grade - moderate
Altitude - 0m - 6,893m
Visa - No visa is required
Capital - Santiago
Official Language - Spanish
Population - 17.6 million
Climate - Vast extreme climate due to the shape and length of the country. Summer – December to February, Autumn March to May, winter - June to August, Spring – September to November.
Religion - Christianity, majority Catholic
Currency - Chilean Peso