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Is it possible to travel to Chile all year round?

Yes! Santiago and the surrounding region, as well as the beach resorts, have a very pleasant Mediterranean climate and enjoy mild weather, even during the Chilean winter, between June and September. The Andes, meanwhile, get covered in snow at that time, and become a paradise for winter sports enthusiasts. Easter Island is pleasantly warm all year round, with an average temperature of 21ºC / 70ºF. There are no clearly differentiated seasons, and the island is a special holiday experience all year round. Northern Chile enjoys a great deal of sun, and can also be visited all year round. The north Chilean city of Arica is known as the ‘City of Eternal Spring’ due to its pleasant climate. In the Atacama Desert, a constant of warm days and cold nights can be expected. In Chile’s south, the summer begins in October and ends in April. September and May can also be wonderful months for travelling to Patagonia and the Chilean Lake District, the latter offering a bouquet of flowering blossoms during spring, and southern beech trees tinged by red during the autumn. It should be noted, however, that visitors to southern Chile can often experience all four seasons in a single day. Patagonians like to say: ‘If you don’t like the weather, just wait half an hour.’

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