Chile has established itself as one of the more economically stable countries in South America.  The most popular destinations are those that cater for ecotourism or historical trips, such as the world-famous Easter Island, where the Moais (giant heads carved in stone) dominate or the Villarrica National Park, in the Andes, home to snow-capped volcanoes and lakes. It is worth noting that the Villarrica volcano is considered one of the most active in Latin America. When it comes to gastronomy, fish and seafood are the staples and used to create regional delicacies such as Congrio soup, an eel broth made with onion, coriander, garlic, pepper and carrot. 

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