Locations in Chile
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Are you interested to learn more about what inspired Pablo Neruda? Our journalist fixer can set up some interviews for you. More interested to capture the sky at night? Our production coordinator in Chile knows all the best places and the perfect wine to go along with the stargazing. Chile is a treasure trove of locations eagerly awaiting filmmakers who are looking beyond the obvious shooting destinations. Its immense Pacific coastline is ideal for car commercials, delivering high drama and stunning sights.
San Pedro de Atacama is a gateway to the amazing landscapes around it. Most attractions are part of the Los Flamencos National Reserve. The Atacama Desert is the driest place in the world. Our location scout can show you around the archaeological sites, the geysers and hot springs, the picturesque Lagunas, the multi-colored hills (Rainbow Valley), or the Salt Canyon (Moon Valley). The peculiar stone formations at Salar de Tara are Atacama’s best-kept secret, according to our production coordinator in Chile.
You might want to check out the many white-sand beaches with clear water around the Coquimbo region. You know, for the sake of your video. According to our production coordinator in Chile, you can capture amazing footage of the city from the observation deck of the Cruz Del Tercer Milenio – a huge cross and the tallest South American monument. There is also a fort you can explore, a vineyard, and also a beautiful mosque built in the Moroccan style.
Sometimes called Santiago de Chile, it is the capital and economic center of the country. It has a large assortment of museums, events, theaters, restaurants, bars, and other entertainment and cultural opportunities. Its central location makes it a convenient base point to further explore the country. Due to its proximity to both mountains and the Pacific Ocean, It is possible to ski in the nearby Andes and later surf on the beach, all on the same day, our location scout tells us.
Our production coordinator in Chile cannot wait for one of our customers to want to film the Museo Huascar, a museum inside a 150-year-old ship at sea that preserves a real feel of seamen’s quarters. During the war of 1879, in the Iquique Battle, it sunk the Esmeralda, a small wooden ship belonging to the Chilean navy. In October, the navy captured the Huascar in the Battle of Angamos. Alternatively, our location scouting can show you hidden gems of the region’s many parks.
Hiring a location scout in Chile
A small floating raft brings you aboard a ship that was built around 1860 and is still floating. Your audience could experience that firsthand. Our production coordinator in Chile has been dying to showcase it in a documentary, so you can bet they prepared for it extensively. Or perhaps you would rather take your audience on a trip with a 100-year-old funicular. Or shoot a Wild, Wild, West scene in the Atacama desert.
Show your viewers why it is considered the third most popular stargazing destination in the world. The Elqui Valley is an Astro-tourism hotspot. In 2015, it became the first International Dark Sky Sanctuary. Here, stargazing can be paired with wine tastings at high-altitude vineyards and yoga retreats, which can make for an original well-being documentary.
Do you have a different idea, that none of the locations above can showcase? No worries, contact us and we will recommend additional locations, tailored for you.
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