On horseback and foot, by water and four-wheel-drive, Belinda Jackson explores the wilds of Chile.
Jane E. Fraser suggests the amount of cash you need to survive overseas.
Steve McKenna discovers a cosy Chilean pad that offers a perfect antidote to serious jet lag.
Rachael Oakes-Ash finds what happens in Chile, stays there - almost.
Dodging horses and buggies, Jonathan Franklin explores the sleepy Colchagua Valley and savours its rare red wines.
John Borthwick finds some of the world's most spectacular scenery sitting by the side of the road.
Craig Platt discovers that mixing jet lag, a hangover and dead fish is a recipe for disaster.
A bit of flirting takes the pain out of a skiing injury in Chile, writes Rachael Oakes-Ash.
Long and narrow, Chile is filled with spectacular sights from the peaks and glaciers of Patagonia up to the moonscapes of the Atacama desert. In between, there's the sophisticated capital Santiago, wineries galore and the beaches and beauty of Vina del Mar.