You can’t go wrong when camping in the beautiful country of Chile as it can be enjoyed all year long. The country offers diverse landscapes and terrain and you can camp out on beaches, inland forests, and up in the Andes mountains.
There are hundreds of campsites to choose from in national parks and from private campgrounds. Tent camping is sometimes the only option in some of the parks and most grounds offer modest facilities with some of them having hot water and showers.
Most of the privately-owned sites offer more comfort and facilities.
However, if you’d really like to explore the land, unregulated camping can be enjoyed in most of the national parks and remote spots of the country.
But it’s always a good idea to ask land owners for permission and make sure you clean up afterwards.
A good place to camp in Chile is on farm land, especially next to rivers and lakes and bush camping is always a popular choice.
Be aware the climate can vary quite a bit depending on what part of the country you’re in so do a little research before going and be prepared. Take some emergency food just in case as well as fresh water and a first aid kit.
Remember the summer in Chile is from November to March and it produces dry, hot days with cool nights most of the country. The sun is strong so make sure you protect yourself against it.