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If you are planning to head to Chile, be sure that your passport is valid and that you have a visa (for some countries). It is also recommended that you get a vaccination against typhoid.
When in Chile, be sure to go see the glaciers at the Torres Del Paine National Park and take a dip in the Termos Geometricas Hot Springs in Pucón.
Since the main language in Chile is Spanish, it’s a good idea to learn some basic words and phrases to help you around and don’t forget to exchange some cash to Chilean pesos.
Traditional Chilean cuisine is also worth trying, especially the fried white fish known as Congrio Fríto, and Pastel De Choclo, a sweetcorn crust filled with meat, raisins, olives and onions.
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