Fall in the US is a fabulous time to head to Chile as it's their Spring and shoulder season - and with the country re-opening for international travelers (no quarantine required beginning in November), now is the time to visit.
The city of Santiago boasts beautiful, blooming flowers, vineyards and plenty of historical sites for travelers of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy. Explorers can take a stroll through Chile's largest farmers market La Vega Centra, the city's Fine Arts Museum and Bellavista, the bohemian artsy center of the city, as well as a walk to the top of San Cristobal Hill to take in the panoramic sites of the city. Other popular activities during this time of year include wine tastings at both local wineries, such as Barrica 94, and vineyards just outside the city in the Casablanca and Maipo Valleys.
For accommodations, travelers need look no further than The Singular Santiago, located in the historic heart of Chile’s vibrant capital. With architecture by Federico Prieto and interior designs by Enrique Concha, the property is known for seamlessly blending its elegant atmosphere with the local arts, culture and gastronomy, allowing guests to experience the true essence of the area.
Following their visit to Santiago, guests can continue on to The Singular Patagonia at the so-called "end of the world" in Chilean Patagonia. The hotel is located in the converted “Frigorifico Puerto Bories,” a post-Victorian cold-storage plant built in 1915, where antique machinery is still intact and visible as part of a private collection. During their stay, travelers are invited to immerse themselves in local cultures and traditions. From kayaking to horseback riding, fly fishing to fjord navigations, cave explorations to walking tours of historic Puerto Natales, visiting local farms and more, there are plenty of activities for guests to enjoy - and to learn about what makes the area so special.