When traveling abroad to destinations such as Chile, you should really consider what RV rental has to offer that other options just don’t. RV rental gives you the freedom of the open road without restrictions on your time or travel and saves you from the expense of paying for oftentimes poor hotels and motels that are noisy and dirty. Travel expenses can further be reduced by staying at campgrounds and cooking your meals rather than expensive dining out which will add up quickly. A well-panned RV rental will pay for itself when you add the savings from the total costs involved.
An RV rental will provide all the creature comforts of home while providing luxury and amenities on the open road, features you can’t find with ordinary travel. You can bring pets, large groups of people and family comfortably, and even transport people if they become ill easily without moving them about between hotels and motels and other places. Storage of mountain bikes, scooters, clothing, and other goodies is easily done, and you can bring all the gear you want to camp, fish, scuba, and more, all at your fingertips without having to transport endlessly.
Facts about Chile: Chile is a country located in South America on the Western Edge and features 6,000 kilometers of coastline (a very long and narrow country). The Capital of Chile is Santiago, situated in a valley region and surrounded by the Chilean Coast Range and Andes Mountains. There are approximately 17.91 million people living in Chile. The official language of Chile is Spanish.
If you are thinking about RV rental in Chile and are undecided, why not take a look at some of their campgrounds and hot spots the country offers in our lists below. The more you know about Chile the better, as this country has a wide variety of desirable vacation features anyone would love to spend time doing. Preparing for an RV rental vacation does not have to be difficult or time-consuming either, Campanda makes the whole process simple and easy.
Camping spots are great ways to park and enjoy an RV rental while you are traveling. Take a quick look below for a short list of some of the better campgrounds available in Chile.
For those who want to see a real glacier up close and personal, make sure to visit Glacier Grey. You can hike right up to the glacier or view it from a distance, but this massive glacier offers breathtaking views that are unforgettable. There is a full day tour available out of Puerto Natales via Torres del Paine National Park, as well as a day trip through the same areas. These guided tours will show you the glacier and some other points of interest as you enjoy the natural splendor of the region. Open to the public. Located in Puerto Natales, Chile.
If you do make it to Chile, you cannot miss a trip to Easter Island, home of the famous monolith figures of legend. This ancient site (technically named Rapa Nui National Park) is visited by millions of people from around the world, and is as well-known as it is mysterious and mystical. There are archaeology tours available, as well as private tours with Easter Island highlights. Also available is a half-day tour for those on a time schedule. This area is open to the public and is located on Easter Island, Chile.
This beautiful lake is known for it’s pristine, unspoiled waters and royal blue hue. A wonderful place to swim and canoe during the summer months, this area is great for the whole family to find space and time to relax and unwind and can be used as a spot to get away from the hectic pace of the rest of your trip. Lago Llanquihue is the largest lake in Chile, and furthermore the 4th largest lake in all of South America. Located in Puerto Varas, this site is accessible to the general public.
If you really want the experience of viewing the land of Latin America from as high as possible, take a trip over to Sky Costanera when you are on your RV rental excursion. This waystation offers viewing of Santiago and outlying lands from an observation deck that sits at the highest point in Latin America. Stationary binoculars are provided which provide a 360-degree viewing experience, so you can observe everything there is to see from a bird’s eye view.
The observation deck is placed 300 meters high on top of the highest building in South America and is accessible to the public. Bike tours are available that include a stop here, as well as full-day city tours with airport layover that includes a visit to the observation deck. A full day Santiago tour with lunch complete with viewing at the observation deck is also available. Located in Santiago, Chile and open year- round to the general public.
If you are seriously thinking about Chile by RV rental, now is the time to start thinking of all the details. When you think of all the possibilities this vacation has, you may come up with some ideas of your own with additional information gathering. The beauty of an RV rental trip is you can custom plan it to be exactly what you want it to be, staying, coming, and going where and when you please. Before you make your reservations for an RV or otherwise, make sure to drop by our website at Campanda to see what our current vehicle offerings are.
With over 26,000 vehicles to choose from and pick-up locations in 32 countries, the service at Campanda is friendly, easy, and guaranteed to be hassle-free. You will want to come with us again and again!