Everything from the jewelry to the jam to the paintings on the walls is made in Chile. Take home a 22-piece set of cypress-and-alerce (a prized South American spruce) spoons and forks, carved by two sisters from Chiloe Island. A downy baby-alpaca poncho comes from the north. And from Villarica in central Chile, there are painted and charred button-like rings made of native rauli wood.
Created by the editors of T+L for Regent Seven Seas Cruises.