Travel insurance Chile

Chile is the longest country in the world, stretching 4300 km along the Pacific Ocean. It's a country of contrasts, thanks to the diversity of its people and climate. Going to Chile? Here's our must-see list. Remember to take out travel insurance to cover all your risks.

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To make the most of your trip to Chile, follow our list of must-see places! Don’t forget to take out international travel insurance for Chile, so you can leave with complete peace of mind. Adequate health cover will help you avoid financial and legal problems in the event of an accident. Mondassur is here to guide you in your choice of travel insurance and advise you on the different offers available on the market, so you can find the package that best suits your situation and your needs.

Travel insurance Chile
Travel Pass

Cost-effective international health insurance for your trip to Chile.



/ trip

Travel insurance Chile
Horizon 365

Appropriate health insurance if you travel at least twice a year.



/ year

Travel insurance Chile
Gold Start

Our international health insurance for trips lasting more than 90 days.



/ month

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When to go to Chile

Chile’s great geographical diversity means that you can enjoy your stay at any time of year.

Must-see places in Chile

  • Santiago: Chile’s capital is rich in culture and has a very special atmosphere. We recommend a visit to the Bellavista district, famous for its galleries and bars, La Chascona, home and museum of the famous poet Pablo Neruda, and Cerro San Cristobal for a panoramic view of the city.
  • Valparaiso : The city’s historic district is a Unesco World Heritage Site. Valparaiso will seduce you with its colorful houses and its funicular railways that offer a beautiful view of the city.
  • Atacama Desert: This is the world’s driest desert, covering almost a third of Chile. It offers an unparalleled experience thanks to its vastness, contrasts and exceptional biodiversity. Don’t miss the Tatio geysers, with their huge jets of water and white smoke.
  • The Futaleufú or Rio Grande River: Surrounded by dense forests and small villages, this river is considered one of the world’s best rafting sites.
  • Capillas des Marmol : Or Marble Cathedral in French. It’s a huge boulder shaped by water. You can visit the site by boat when the lake is at its lowest.
  • Queulat National Park: famous for its raw nature, waterfalls and glaciers. Queulat National Park is one of Chile’s most unspoilt areas. Don’t miss the Ventisquero Colgante, a suspended glacier offering a magnificent spectacle.
  • Chiloé Island: The inhabitants of this island live in autarky. Their colorful houses and small fishing boats make for a picturesque landscape.
  • Easter Island: 4 hours by plane from the capital Santiago, this is the most isolated island in the world. Known for its famous stone colossi, it attracts many archaeologists who come to discover its mysteries and the richness of its civilization.
  • Torres del Paine National Park: Situated between the Andes and the Patagonian steppe, this park is renowned for its magnificent mountains and glaciers. It’s also one of the world’s top trekking areas. Torres del Paine Park takesits name from its three emblematic granite formations, seducing tourists with its natural beauty and hotel infrastructure.
  • Licancabur volcano: Located on the border between Chile and Bolivia, this immense stratovolcano dominates the region with its perfect cone. It offers breathtaking views of the frozen lake and laguna verde. To climb to the summit of Licancabur, it’s best to use the services of a specialized agency.

Travel insurance for Chile?

To avoid any unpleasant surprises during your trip, don’t forget to take out Chile travel insurance to cover 100% of your actual medical expenses. At Mondassur, we offer affordable health insurance solutions for Chile.

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