No longer just the domain of backpackers and the brave, South America has something for everyone, writes Katrina Lobley.
There are some destinations where you can’t fail to take good photos.
Both penny pinchers and cash cows can enjoy Santiago. Here's three different ways to spend your dimes.
Biggest, highest, most blindingly expensive. Belinda Jackson rounds up the ultimate travel experiences, from super-luxe to just plain boastful.
At Borago, Guzman's restaurant in Santiago, Chile, he focuses on native ingredients and tradition.
From the welcome-aboard pisco sour to the friendly crew, service is impeccable.
Our writers spend their year going places. In 2013 these were their most memorable experiences.
After centuries of isolation, old ways endure on Chiloe Island, writes Ute Junker.
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.