Buses are the best way to get around as their fares are reasonable . The bus service covers the entire country and are an effcient way to travel.
The main hub for flights in Chile is the Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport (SCL) in Santiago.These airlines are the three chilean airlines: LATAM Airlines, Sky Airline and Principal Airlines. Although LATAM is by far the largest, Sky and PAL offer good services to the main cities.
Trains operate between Santiago and Chillàn and Talca and ConstituciÑn. All passenger rail service is operated by Trenes Metropolitanos. Trains depart from Santiago from EstaciÑn Central
Companies that cover almost the entire country include Turbus and Pullman. If you need to go to the Northern Center area (Valparaiso, Vina del Mar), Pajaritos station also has some ticket-selling booths. Always be on time, as they are very punctual.Car rentals are widely available throughout most major cities, but not in smaller towns. Usually a credit card, a valid driver's license and a passport are needed to rent a car. Technically, if your driver's license is not in Spanish, you also need a International Driver Permit (IDP)
One of the most popular routes is that of the Navimag from Puerto Montt to Puerto Natales. Other common ferry journeys navigating Southern Chile include routes between Puerto Montt and Puerto Chacobuco, Laguna San Rafael or Chaiten. Another is between Chiloe and Calbuco or Chaiten and between Punta Arenas and Tierra del Fuego.