Easter Island  ---  Santiago
  • Santiago: in the middle of the country; wine regions; Valparaiso
  • Atacama: desert; fly 2 hours from Santiago to Calama.
  • Patagonia: fly 3.5 hours from Santiago to Punta Arenas.
  • Easter Island: fly 5 hours from Santiago to Easter Island.



LATAM Chile:

  • narrow body all A320
  • wide body 767/787 (LATAM Brazil has 777-300ER)
    • 787-8 in 2-2-2
    • 787-9 in 1-2-1 or 2-2-2

Sky: Ultra Low-cost, all 320.

JetSmart: Ultra Low-cost, all 320. Code share with American Airlines.

Intercity Buses

Bus companies:

  • Tur Bus
  • Pullman Bus
  • Condor Bus
  • Andesmar

4 seat types: Clasico, Semi Cama, Salon Cama, Premium

  • Clasico: 2-2, economic seat, normal
  • Semi Cama: 2-2, seat similar to Clasico but with footrest and may have a higher degree of recline and/or more space between seats
  • Salon Cama: 1-2, greater recline, some double-decker buses have Salon Cama on the first floor while Semi Cama on the second floor
  • Cama Premium / Cama Suite: fie flat

(seat = asiento)

Food and Drink

  • Cherry 11 月到三月成熟
  • 智利第二大三文鱼出口国
  • 藤壶
  • Pisco, Chile's most popular liquor

Wine Regions

  • Colchagua: Syrah and Carménere

  • Casablanca Valley: Chardonnays and Sauvignon Blancs

  • The Maipo Valley 中央山谷 Carmenere

  • Bordeaux grape varieties (primarily Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot)

  • The Colchagua Valley similar to Napa valley

Easter Island

Navel of the World.

Only LATAM fly between Easter Island (IPC) and Santiago (SCL).


  • Punta Arenas: base to explore the tierra del fuego archipelago and torres del paine national park
  • Chiloé Island


  • Lauca National Park
  • Antofagasta: the mining capital


The University of Santiago (Usach) is one of the oldest public universities in Chile.

The highest-ranked public university in Chile, the Universidad de Chile (ranking higher than USACH)


  • 奎卡舞
  • CMPC: the biggest worldwide pulp and paper company.
  • Mapuche: a group of indigenous inhabitants of south-central Chile and southwestern Argentina, including parts of Patagonia.
  • SQM: is the world’s biggest lithium producer.