This is the second part in Kelley Ferro’s three-part video series on Chile in tandem with Rebecca Rhyan. Part one is here.

As a country that hugs much of the South American coastline, Chile has so much diversity in landscape. You really can choose your own adventure as there are so many option in each area of the country. In this case, it may be useful to seek out a tour operator, such as USTOA-member Cox & Kings, who send out experts to scout, review and craft the best itineraries. In this video, Rebecca Rhyan checks out some outdoor activities in a variety of locales.

She hikes through the temperate rainforests, kayaks around Chiloé Island and horseback rides with a gaucho, with transportation organized between each one.

 

In part three: Food & wine.


For more on Chile with Cox & Kings, check out their itineraries here.

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