Get ready to experience an unforgettable Holy Week by exploring these fascinating destinations in Chile.

Holy Week in Chile becomes a perfect opportunity to escape routine and explore new horizons. With Good Friday marked as a holiday, Chilean families take advantage of this long weekend to travel and immerse themselves in unique experiences offered by this beautiful country.

The tourist tradition of traveling during Holy Week and long holidays has deeply rooted itself in Chilean culture, turning these days into ideal moments to discover exciting destinations and live unforgettable adventures.

Chile, renowned for its geographical and cultural diversity, offers a wide range of tourist destinations that cater to all tastes and preferences. From the arid and mysterious north to the lush and magical south, every corner of the country holds secrets waiting to be discovered.

Here are five perfect destinations to travel to during Holy Week, each with its unique charm and irresistible attractions.

Termas de Jahuel

Located in the Valparaíso Region, Termas de Jahuel is an oasis of relaxation and well-being amidst nature. Surrounded by mountains and native forests, these thermal waters offer healing and therapeutic properties, ideal for disconnecting from daily stress and rejuvenating the body and mind. In addition to its thermal pools, visitors can enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, horseback riding, and bird watching.

San Pedro de Atacama

Situated in the world's driest desert, San Pedro de Atacama is a fascinating destination for adventure and nature lovers. Its surreal landscapes, including salt flats, geysers, high-altitude lagoons, and volcanoes, are a true spectacle for the senses. Additionally, this charming town offers a rich cultural experience with archaeological sites like Valle de la Luna and the village of Tulor, narrating the region's ancient history.


Nestled in the La Araucanía Region, Pucón is a paradise for adventure sports enthusiasts and nature lovers. With the majestic Villarrica Volcano as a backdrop, this destination offers exciting activities such as trekking, rafting, kayaking, and volcano climbs. Its lake setting allows for water activities like sailing and fishing. Pucón is also famous for its thermal centers, ideal for relaxation after a day full of adrenaline.

Puerto Varas

Known as the "City of Roses" and located on the shores of Lake Llanquihue, Puerto Varas captivates with its German-style architecture and stunning landscapes. From here, excursions can be made to admire the Osorno and Calbuco volcanoes, as well as visit Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, home to waterfalls, forests, and crystal-clear lakes. Additionally, food enthusiasts can indulge in the exquisite local cuisine, featuring seafood dishes and local products.

Santa Cruz (Colchagua Valley)

Immerse yourself in Chile's winemaking history and tradition by visiting Santa Cruz, located in the heart of the Colchagua Valley. This picturesque town offers the opportunity to explore prestigious vineyards and taste some of the country's finest wines. Additionally, the Colchagua Museum allows you to discover the rich cultural heritage of the region, displaying an impressive collection of archaeological artifacts and historical objects. Visitors can also enjoy outdoor activities such as biking through the vineyards and horseback excursions.

If you dream of visiting any of these places or being part of these adventures, you can contact or make reservations through the links provided for each destination.

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