Chile is a narrow country but is over 6000km/3700mi long, squeezed between the Andes mountain range to the east and the Pacific ocean to the west. Its geographical variety converts Chile into an infinite range of natural sceneries, with deserts, beaches, forests, mountains and lakes. Chile offers practically any type of sceneries to be used for film purposes.
Over the years, most of the country’s principal touristic interests turned into popular film locations such as the Atacama desert, the city of Valparaiso, the Chilean Patagonia and Easter Island.
Chile is a temperate country with the 4 district seasons. In the winter time, from July to September, mountains get covered in snow to facilite winter activities. Some of the ski resorts are located only 2 hours outside of the country’s capital city, Santiago. It is the ideal location to recreate winter situations, during the summer time in the northern hemisphere.
The constant economic growth of the country turned Chile into one of the most stable countries in the region, reflected in its modern cities and excellent road and highway network.