What do you know about Chile?

What is a fact about Chile?

Chile is the longest narrow country in the world stretching from the north to the south over 4,300 km/ 2,670 miles. The Atacama desert in the country’s north is the largest dry desert in the world. The Easter Island in the Pacific Ocean off the Chilean coast is the most remote inhabited island of the world.

How would you describe Chile?

Chile is a long narrow country which extends like a ribbon down the west coast of South America. While the coastline is over 4,000 miles (6,437 kilometers) long, it is only about 61 miles (91 kilometers) wide.

What is Chile famous food?

Typical chilean dishes

  • Ajiaco (Meat soup) …
  • Arrollado huaso (Pork roll peasant style) …
  • Caldillo de congrio (Conger eel soup) …
  • Carbonada (Vegetables and meat minestrone-like soup) …
  • Cazuela nogada (Cazuela stew with walnut sauce) …
  • Chancho en piedra (“Pig on stone” spicy tomato sauce) …
  • Chapalele (Potato bread with flour)

Can I drink the tap water in Chile?

The tap water in Chile’s cities is generally safe but has a high mineral content that can cause stomach upsets; bottled water is a good idea for delicate stomachs and in the north. Vigorous boiling for one minute is the most effective means of water purification. At altitudes greater than 2000m, boil for three minutes.

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What are some cultural facts about Chile?

Chileans are genetically and culturally less indigenous than neighboring Andean nations to the north, being similar to Argentinians in most respects. Chileans have gained more economic prosperity than most any other country in Latin America due to their industrious culture and resource-rich land and sea.

Why should I visit Chile?

Chile is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Within the country, one can find a diverse variety of landscapes including vineyards, volcanoes, deserts, beaches, lakes, glaciers and forests. Nature, culture, food and people just are few of the reasons to visit Chile.

What is the climate of Chile?

Central Chile has a mediterranean type climate with long, hot summers and cool, wet winters. The best seasons are spring, September-November and fall, March-May. The Southern part of Chile has a more rainy climate, particularly in Northern Patagonia, in the far south, around Punta Arenas is drier.