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Where is Chile Located?

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Lief Simon is the managing editor of Global Property Advisor, Simon Letter, and Offshore Living Letter. He has purchased more than 45 properties, investing in 23 different countries around the world.

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Chile is located in South America. The country stretches some 2,653 miles from north to south. Chile is bordered by Peru to the north, Bolivia to the northeast, and Argentina to the east.

The entire western and southern border of Chile is a coastline with the Pacific Ocean.

The climate in the republic of Chile is quite pleasing, varying from desert to oceanic to Mediterranean. Some expats compare parts of Chile to the California coastline.

Your adventure in Chile will likely begin at Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez Airport, located about 25 minutes outside of the heart of Chile’s capital, Santiago. From here you can fly to most of the 125 domestic airports scattered across the country.

Once you land at your final destination, taxi is the best option to get to your new home. They’re cheap and readily available outside any airport in Chile.

Just be wary of the taxi drivers: If you don’t pay a set price at a kiosk before leaving the airport, they’rere likely to take you for a ride.

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In Chile’s major cities, you can pick and choose what climateyou would like to live in.

Since Chile spans over 38 degrees of latitude, it comprises a multitude of climates.

These include tropical rainforest, mediterranean, oceanic, desert and glacier, with most of the country experiencing four seasons.

Some great locations in Chile include: the Atacama Desert, Punta Arenas, and the Andes mountains.

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