In Iquique, Chile lies a 20,000-year-old, 320 m (1,050 ft) tall sand dune that overlooks the city
A 4-hectare (10 acre) playground with tree houses, swings, water forests and an amazing 60 toboggan cascade in Santiago, Chile
The area got as much rain in a single day last March as it typically gets in 14 years!
Jaw-dropping video shows a super-charged volcanic ash cloud in Patagonia being sparked by lightning.
On April 22, 2015 Chile’s Calbuco Volacno erupted for the first time in four decades. Timestorm Films was there to document the event in jaw-dropping 4K.
For the first time in over 42 years, Chile’s Calbuco volcano erupted on 22 April 2015, sending huge plumes of smoke and ash into the air. A second eruption occurred later that night, projecting red-hot rocks skyward as volcanic lightning lit up the skies. The entire spectacle was heavily documented by amateur and professionals…