Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Chile do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Chile, DST starts on the 1st Saturday in September and ends on the 1st Saturday in April.
Facts About Chile
Information for Travelers
Chile is a long, narrow country that stretches on the west side of South America and has a Pacific coastline with more than 6,000 km of coastline.
With one of the most diverse landscapes on the planet, Chile has become in recent years an increasingly popular tourist destination, especially among nature lovers and adventurers.
The capital Santiago is situated in a valley surrounded by the Andes Mountains and the coastal range of Chile.
Chile has endless beaches, lush temperate forests, ancient volcanoes and a dramatic coastline like that found at Cape Horn.
The country is also blessed with an abundance of superb national parks and conservation areas, many of them popular trekking and hiking destinations.
For those who enjoy adventurous activities such as climbing, rafting, mountain biking and horseback riding.
Chile also has its cultural attractions, with cities like the capital Santiago offering many museums and art galleries.
In addition to the stunning Easter Island with its famous stone figures.
The palm-lined Plaza de Armas houses the neoclassical cathedral and the national historic museum.
The large Metropolitan Park offers swimming pools, a botanical garden and a zoo.
Read about Chile in Wikipedia