On September 18, Chileans pull out their cowboy customs – and costumes – and fire up the grill to celebrate traditional culture, food and drink throughout the country.
Discover Chile guided by people born and raised in the places they would love to show you.
This year, the National Forestry Corporation (Conaf) began a process to test the obligatory reservation measure for overnight stays in the Torres del Paine National Park. The initiative covers the […]
Chile is the ideal place for adrenalin junkies and those who love to admire landscapes with incredible natural beauty.
The history of Carménere is very special. Recognized as the most complex of grapes when it comes to achieving its maturity, this is because it suffered more than any strain from […]
The Atacama desert is one of the world’s best places to see and photograph the night sky.
Antarctica is the southernmost continent on earth and is comprised of territories below the 60th parallel south.
A journey through Chile is a journey around the world.
An unprecedented research lead by the NGO Oceana revealed in its report that the Juan Fernández and Desventuradas islands have a very high rate of endemism in relation to the rest of the planet.
As Chile grows and develops, it protects its ecosystem. Eight World Biosphere Reserves are found within its extraordinarily diverse territory.
A desert in bloom, an enchanted lake, or a mermaid in the austral sea. Here is a list of popular legends to be found in Chile, from north to south. […]
It is very likely that the term “Chilean fruit” has already come to your attention. In supermarkets all over the world it is possible to find Chilean apples and grapes, […]
Eating is by far one of the best attractions in this long, engaging and appetizing country. 22 Chile’s typical cuisine features a wide variety of meat, fruit, vegetables, fish and […]
The Daily Telegraph is a broadsheet newspaper published in London, UK. On June 2nd, 2016 The Daily Telegraph published this article by Hannah Meltzer. Chile is about to become much more […]
Just like its legends, mingas and curantos, the churches of Chiloé are an integral part of its landscape. They’re magical and imposing, just like the land that shelters them, and […]
The British newspaper, The Telegraph, drew up a ranking of the 17 countries in the world to have registered the highest growth in tourism during 2015 and Chile came in […]
If you love wine, Chile is an excellent country for you to visit. What’s more, if you decide to visit our valleys in March and April, you can participate in […]
Our Chief Executive Officer, Andres Oyarzún at the World Trade Market LatinAmerica exhibit in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil Find out about all the wonderful tours and programs our experts from […]
In 2013 a new international campaign to promote Chile as a tourism destination was launched by the Under Secretariat for Tourism, the institution responsible for the promotion of Chile in […]
Marked by its high foreign trade level and good reputation in terms of its strong financial institutions and policies, Chile took 1st place in the 2015 Latin America ranking of […]
Chile’s well known internationally for its adventure tourism activities, for wonders of the natural world including the Torres del Paine National Park and the Atacama Desert, the driest desert in […]
With 4,300 kilometers of coastline and a large number of islands, Chile has plenty to offer when it comes to beaches and resorts. See Our Tours to all these recommended […]
The Chilean summer, like most other southern hemisphere countries, runs from December through to February. While visits to the north of the country are little affected by the changing of […]
For more information about the work of Dough and Kris Tompkins in Chile see this video. Less than a week ago Doug Tompkins (72) died in a kayaking accident. […]
You will remember those gifts from the earth,” writes Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. The scenes that accompany his words were captured by the ATTA’s storytelling team at the Adventure Travel […]
The Chilean government on Monday announced that it has created the largest marine reserve in the Americas by protecting an area hundreds of miles off its coast roughly the size […]
Given Chile’s astronomical natural advantages, a strategic plan has been developed between public contributors from the world of tourism and scientific research. It is well known that Chile has privileged […]
Chile will be creating a marine reserve around the iconic Easter Island. The marine reserve, designed to cover 631,368 square kilometers, will be the largest one in the Americas and […]
With a total extension of 81 kms, the bike lane under construction will surround the coast of the second largest lake in our country. This construction belongs to a project […]
In a ceremony which took place recently in Bogota, Colombia, Chile was recognized as Latin America’s leading destination for adventure tourism. This is the first prize, in this category, that […]
Mercer conducts its Quality of Living survey annually to help multinational companies and other employers compensate employees fairly when placing them on international assignments. Employee incentives include a quality-of-living allowance […]
Welcome to celebrate the “Fiestas Patrias” of Chile today and tomorrow! “Fiestas Patrias” means Patriotic Festivities. September 18 is the commemoration of the proclamation of the First Governing Body of […]
CASPANA, Chile , Sep 2 2015 (IPS) – Liliana and Luisa Terán, two indigenous women from northern Chile who travelled to India for training in installing solar panels, have not […]
The Adventure Tourism Development Index (ATDI) has had Chile near the top of the list of the top ten developing countries for the past five years. In 2011, it ranked […]
Closely surrounded by the imposing Osorno and Calbuco mountains and the watery edge of Lake Llanquihue, Puerto Varas will be the first city in Chile to become a carbon neutral […]
Known as the entrance way to the mysteries and tourist attractions of Chiloé, the Puñihuil Natural Monument is the magical ascent up to an important biodiversity zone, where penguins, whales, […]
FAST FACTS ABOUT TRAVELING TO CHILE http://www.chile-usa.org/fastfacts.htm VISA No visa is necessary when you travel to Chile, only a valid passport. When entering Chile (By cruise, vehicle or plane), at […]
Chile has won the bid to host the Adventure Travel World Summit (ATWS) in 2015. The adventure tourism industry’s foremost annual gathering will take place over 5 days this year, from […]
According to Chinese lifestyle magazine Travel, Chile has the most potential to boost global tourism in the next few years, and it looks like it has found how: by allowing […]
Winter and the snow arrived to the Osorno Volcano and the still active Calbuco Volcano yesterday! Photos from La Picada – Paso Desolación (Desolation Pass) route, northwest part of Volcano […]
The Osorno Volcano ski resorts, located at 60 kilometers from Puerto Varas, began their winter seasons on Sunday June 21st, 2015. You can escape the summer in the northern hemisphere at a […]
Although Chile is recognized for the opportunities its skies represent for astronomic observation, most findings so far have been associated to ALMA and ESO observatories; both functioning with international operation […]
One of the most emblematic festivals took place in the Island of Chiloe towards the end of February, the “Festival Costumbrista Chilote”. The activity was concentrated in the Municipal Park […]
Came to enjoy the Temperate Rainforest with your family doing Trekking with Us!
The famous travel magazine “Condé Nast Traveler” España version held the award ceremony on May 2015. The objective of the ceremony that took place on Madrid last Thursday, May 7th, […]
Last week, the Torres del Paine National Park celebrated its 56th anniversary since its creation in 1959. Located in Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena region, Última Esperanza province, it is […]
The Copa América tournament started yesterday. It is the oldest continental sports competition and Chile has been its host seven times already. People from all American countries visit the country […]
Miguel Torres Winery was awarded in London. The Drink Business, a wine specialised magazine, conducts the “Green Awards” since 2010, with the aim of awarding environment protection oriented practices in […]
Chile is one of the most important astronomy focus worldwide due to the country’s northern skies. They meet the necessary conditions for the observation of the universe and for the […]
The most remote inhabited island in the world has a number of distinct tourist routes, allowing one to get to know in depth one of the most enigmatic cultures on […]
The 44th version of some of the oldest team matches in the world will be held for the seventh time in Chile, transforming our country into the center of international […]
The Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA; http://www.adventuretravel.biz) has announced an impressive list of industry trips around Chile ahead of the Adventure Travel World Summit (ATWS) to be held in Puerto […]
The Chilean archipelago of Chiloe, near Puerto Montt at the northern edge of Patagonia, beckons with misty landscapes and ancient lore. Local Chilotes, known for their hospitality, will stir your […]
The creation of a new science and nature tourist destination is opening up in the Araucanía Region. A campaign has been launched to convince Unesco to include Kutralkura Geopark within […]
Chile can already lay claim to six officially-declared Cultural World Heritage sites. The Arica and Parinacota Region hopes to celebrate the naming of the seventh site from the success of […]
In country of extreme diversity and differing landscapes, Chile’s forests are home to some of the oldest, tallest and most exceptional tree species in the world. In the words of […]
Chile was ranked #1 in adventure destination potential in the 2011 Adventure Travel Development Index report. Now, it’s ready to show the world what it’s got by hosting the Adventure […]
Patagonia SouthernLand Expeditions is one of the delegates that is going to participate at the next Adventure Travel Summit in Puerto Varas, October 5 to 9, 2015. Photo group of […]
Running 2,610 miles north to south, Chile is the longest country in the world, and 80 percent of it is covered by mountains. With vast wild spaces like 650,000-acre Patagonia […]
Visiting the extraordinary nature at Torres del Paine National Park. If you like mountains, glaciers, lakes, and rivers this is the place to come in southern Chilean Patagonia. Contact us.
Excursion with tourists that wanted to see the Villarrica Volcano. This was very near the time of the eruption and they saw the Volcano in plain activity.
Puerto Varas just won a Travelers’ Choice Destinations Award for 2015 – TripAdvisor This is what TripAdvisor says: Explore lovely, compact Puerto Varas on foot, the best way to take in […]
Our tour from the port of Puerto Montt to the famous Angelmó seafood market included a surprise visit with friendly sea lions. Our travelers enjoyed other stops on the road and visited two […]
Andres taking travelers on the ferry to see the Penguins in Chiloé island.
The News Tribune is the second largest newspaper in the state of Washington. They published this great article about Chiloé. You can discover Middle Earth on Chile’s Chiloe Island If you are […]
USA Today is a national American daily newspaper that together with The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times compete for the position of having the widest circulation of any […]
Nice walk around our great rain forest with explorers from USA.
Do not miss Fodor’s Places To Go List 2015. Patagonia, Chile has place number 10 among 27 places recommended by Fodor, the world’s largest publisher of English language travel and tourism information, and the […]
Great time excursion with travelers from USA