Chile Waterfalls (South America)
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Chile waterfalls aren't what most people think of when they think of the country, but given that it's sandwiched between the rainy side of the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, it shouldn't be at all surprising that it harbors some impressive waterfalls.
As a result, the country harbors some world famous attractions like Torres del Paine National Park (which sits in Chilean Patagonia littered with glaciers and jagged trademark pinnacled peaks) and Easter Island (which is a South Pacific Island most known for mysterious Moa Statues).
Our experiences in Chile are primarily limited to Patagonia, but even so, there were some impressive waterfalls that we saw even within this superlative sactuary of nature. We anticipate future trips to Chile in hopes of seeing other impressive waterfalls such as Salto del Laja.
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