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Hike the legendary Andes Mountains, camp in the Chilean countryside and raft swift rivers during a two-week study abroad trip in one of South America's most beautiful nations.
From pristine beaches to towering mountaintops, thriving cities to remote villages, Chile has something for everyone.
In addition to your outdoor adventures, you'll pick up a bit of Spanish, interact with locals and study Chilean history, geography, and economy.
You'll start in the beach location of Pichilemu, move through the cities of Santiago, Valparaiso and Viña del Mar, and end at the Andes town of Los Quenes.
This trip requires physical fitness and stamina, as well as a willingness to rise early and work hard.
About Life is Good in Chile
Prerequisite: Predeparture course with assigned readings and research
Academic credit: 2 semester hours
Majors of interest: all
Financial aid: Need-based aid may be available
Benefit: See the stars from another hemisphere on this study abroad trip.