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How to visit Torres del Paine in a Campervan

How to visit Torres Del Paine in a Campervan If tight itineraries, late buses and overbooked campsites aren’t on your Torres Del Paine bucket list then fear not, visiting Torres Del Paine in a Campervan provides you with the total freedom to explore and enjoy Southern Chile’s most impressive national park without restraints. Planning a

International Driving License Argentina….The Real Truth

Do we need an International driving license to drive in Argentina? If we had a peso for every time we answered this question we’d be ‘peso aires!’ At Condor Campers we think it’s time someone clarified and published an official answer on whether tourists need an International driving license to drive in Argentina. Before boarding

Skiing In Chile – Sleeping On The Slopes

Skiing In Chile – Sleeping On The Slopes World class Ski slopes nestled amongst the mighty Andes or carving their way down the side of a real life Volcano. Whether you’re a Chile Ski novice hoping to learn or an ‘gnarly’ expert looking to tag alongside one of the resident World Cup teams, head for

Where to see Penguins in Chile

  Where to see Penguins In Chile There’s just something remarkable about Penguins in Chile that makes even the toughest of hearts swoon awwwwwwwww. Chile is so lucky to have the most accessible penguin colonies in the world! We have 5 different types of Penguins in Chile, delighting all animal lovers and wildlife photographers who visit

Best time of year to visit Chile?

Wondering when the best time of year to visit Chile is? With 14.6 million hectares of spectacular National Parks and 6,000km of Pacific Ocean coastline Chile really is a year round destination. With native wildlife for company, the clearest skies in the world to sleep beneath and free campgrounds surrounded by natural wonders, it’s an adventure

Chile: the perfect hikers’ holiday – Route of the Parks of Patagonia

New 2,800 km trail will create a spectacular scenic route Condor Campers are celebrating with a few cervezas this week as the creation of a new 2,800 km hike through the Patagonian wilderness was 100% confirmed. The revolutionary Route of the Parks of Patagonia will link 17 of Chile’s national parks into one of the

Chile – Officially voted as the best place on earth!

The secret is out, Chile is THE place to visit!! Home to 4,270km of coastline, the world’s driest desert, ice capped volcanoes, the soaring Andes mountains, awesome surf breaks, cosmopolitan cities, world class ski resorts, abundant wildlife, and of course Patagonia and the infamous Torres del Paine. It’s no surprise that millions of travellers now