"In the beginning of time, God created the wonders of the world.
When he was finished, however, he saw that he had many leftover pieces. He had parts of rivers and valleys, of oceans and lakes, of glaciers and deserts, of mountains and forests, and of meadows and hills. Rather than to let such beauty go to waste, God put them all together and cast them to the most remote corner of the earth. This is how Chile was born."
- A Chilean Legend
Our mission statement:
Our site's aim is to bring together those seeking information on, things to do and sights to see within Chile as well as the means to get there, with those individuals and companies providing these services.
The Chilean ski season for 2015 has started!
generally lasts untill September / October.
Chile provides some
world class skiing opportunities as illustrated by the fact
that the Austrian as well as American national ski teams regularly
use our slopes for their summer training.
-» Winter Sports in Chile!
Hotel Valle Nevado
Luxurious Winter Sports Hotel in the Valle Nevado Ski resort, within the central Chilean Andes.
Spanish courses in Chile
Spanish crash courses. Pick up or brush up your Spanish while in Chile. Crash courses ranging from 3 days to 4 weeks available.......
First Premium Travel
Chilean-owned incoming tour operator with 15+ years of experience in the business. "Just tell us your dream then sit back and relax. We'll take care of the rest.
Hostel "Casa Margouya"
Backpacker hostel located in the city of Puerto Varas, just a few steps away from Llanquihue Lake. A pleasant and warm place for those visiting the great South of Chile.
Hotel Plaza San Francisco
Luxurious classic styled five star hotel in the center of (downtown) Santiago, with a highly rewarded restaurant. Also features meeting facilities for private or business use.
Sleeping and Dreaming and the wine valleys, (7 days)
Meet the wine valleys around Santiago, learn about wine production, walk their vineyards and wineries, complemented by the experience of staying in boutique hotels and gastronomy these vineyards offer.
Following the Aymara ethnic path. (9 days)
Aymara culture has its origins in the populations which inhabited the Andes in what is now known as western Bolivia, southern Peru and northern Chile.
The Azapa Valley, near Arica, was the site of the first permanent settlements of these people. In this area, about 8,000 years BC, as part of what is now known as the Chinchorro culture, developed consisting funeral rites of mummification of the dead.
Ski between the peaks of the Andes; Heliski (8 days)
We invite you to practice Heliski in Exclusive Territory covering over 3000 km2 around the Puma Lodge by helicopter, we'll reach the best skiing areas, carefully selected by our expert guides, ...