Chile lies along a narrow coastal strip in South America between the Andes Mountains on the east and the Pacific Ocean to the West. It is said to be the longest North- South country in the world, claiming 480,000 sq. mi. of Antarctica as part of its territory. Chile has the potential to be a glampers paradise given its diverse range in climate and bio- diversity. It is nearly impossible to generalize Chiles climate because it is so dependent on where you are located but there is no doubt you can find what you are looking for. Between the worlds driest desert (Atacama) in the north, the humid subtropical weather in the Easter Island, the oceanic weather of the south, and Mediterranean feel in central Chile, the choice is yours. Because Chile is geographically isolated, there are few of the many distinctive South American animals found in the country however, due to the Humboldt Current, fish and other forms of marine life are plentiful in the ocean waters. Ever been whale watching in South America? Well Chile is abundant in not only whales but also, six species of seals and a wide variety of waterfowl including penguins. North, south, east or west, Chile has a new experience waiting for glampers to find it!