Chile may look like a remote country on the map but its long, narrow territory holds amazing diversity of wilderness areas as well as cultural activities and attractions. A Chile timeshare might lie in the bustling streets of Santiago, near the crystal clear skies of the Atacama Desert, or within the rugged and adventure-filled southern half of the country where outdoor adventures can be found around every corner.
This South American nation is also a remarkably diverse country. The northern Atacama Desert is considered as close to an alien landscape as you will ever find on Earth with its dry mountains, ancient cultures, mummies, and some of the finest stargazing in the world. Central Chile is filled with snowy mountains and valleys and here you'll find two of the main cities: Santiago and Valparaiso. If you are looking for an urban Chile timeshare filled with shopping, international dining, and vibrant nightlife - those cities are the place to find it.
Fabulous Southern Chile
Southern Chile also has two distinct regions. The southern heartland is filled with lakes, rivers, tropical forests, and is the place to go for an adrenaline-filled eco-adventure. You'll find it all here, from surfing and diving off the coast to horseback rides and zipline tours inland. Finally, Patagonia, at the southern tip of Chile, is a mirrored reflection of the Arctic, with fjords, glaciers, frozen waterfalls, and some of the most breathtaking and exotic hiking you'll find in South America.
The sheer variety of experiences means that your Chile timeshare can offer you almost anything you want in a vacation. As you come back year after year, you can discover new experiences just by heading a little further north or south, inland or to the Pacific coast. Easter Island, Chile's remote and mystical island far offshore, is another major draw for travelers who want to see the famous Moai in person.
Just as the daytime and nighttime activities might vary tremendously from one end of Chile to another, so will the experiences you can share traveling as a family. Vacationers with children can learn scuba diving and surfing together along the coast, view the ancient cultures who called these regions home, and make memories together from the comfort and convenience of their own timeshare.
When to Visit
March through May is the second-busiest season for tourism in Chile so it is a good season to find deals on a Chile timeshare while still enjoying the moderate fall temperatures and light rainfall. The busiest season is in the summer, from December through February, especially compared with June through November, which is the slow season for tourism in Chile. The heavier precipitation and cool weather make those months unpopular with many warm-weather tourists, but this also opens up many deals and offers if you want to make a quick vacation getaway.