fun to do kids chile family travel   Travel for Kids


Chile – where else can kids ski on July 4th, go swimming at the beach on Christmas, watch condors soaring on the currents, eat German pastries, and set foot on Tierra del Fuego? Chile is an amazing long skinny country on the backbone of the Andean cordillera that stretches from the driest desert in the world, to the "utmost ends of the earth," windy and fierce Tierra del Fuego.
    Northern Chile
    Central Chile
    Lakes Region
    Chilean Patagonia
      Tip: The seasons in Chile are reversed from those in the Northern hemisphere. Summer is December to March, winter is June to August.
family tours patagonia chile

Patagonia is just so spectacular, it will knock your socks off. Hike through blue ice glaciers, kayak in the Straits of Magellan and look for penguins and dolphins, stay on a hacienda, go horseback riding, this tour company will arrange an unforgettable family trip:

    Quivertree Family Expeditions
kids books chile
The Dreamer neruda kids poet chile  
The Dreamer
Pam Munoz Ryan & Peter Sis

As a boy growing up in Chile, Neftali Reyes dreams of words and jeweled beetles, he listens to the sounds of winter rain, crashing waves and the chucao bird, and the time comes when he changes his name to Pablo Neruda, the great poet. A magical read, fabulously illustrated. (Chapter book)


Pablo Neruda: Poet of the People
Monica Brown, Julie Paschkis

Pablo Neruda wrote about everyday things, fire and rain, stones polished by sand and salt, children playing in the waves, social injustice and hope for peace. A captivating biography of the poet, words from his poems are beautifully woven into each illustration. (Picture book)


childrens books chile Pablo Neruda: Poet of the People
ode to an onion pablo neruda  
Ode to an Onion: Pablo Neruda and His Muse
Alexandria Giardino, Felicita Sala

The poet Pablo Neruda is hard at work writing a sad poem, but it's time for lunch with his friend Matilde. Cutting up an onion for the salad, Pablo thinks it will only make him cry, but then he looks at the luminous onion, bright as a planet. And he writes a poem, an ode, celebrating the onion. (Picture book)



Illustrated history of one of the most remote islands in the world, inhabited by Polynesians who carved enormous statues, moai, from volcanic stone. Most fascinating is how the moai were carved in place, and then moved across the island miles away. How did the stones "walk"? (Illustrated chapter book)


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goodnight little llama  
Goodnight, Little Llama
Amanda Wood, Bec Winnel, Winnie Chu

Adorable story for younger kids about a llama. Little Llama loves to hop and jump, and wants to climb a high mountain, so with a short friend, Chincilla, they climb to the top. (Picture book)


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