Chile is an amazing destination as it offers ancient culture, amazing gastronomy, and welcoming locals – all of which help create a value-added experience.

In between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes, the long, narrow country is full of spectacular landscapes.

However, Chile offers much more than the countryside, wine valleys, and breathtaking Patagonia.

Hidden treasures in relaxed atmospheres combined with high connectivity with direct flights from all over the world make this destination ready to host an unforgettable incentive trip.

Chile is a country with modern infrastructure, services certified by international regulations, and a hotel industry that is expanding in both quantity and quality in its main destinations.

All over Chile, there are first-class services that can hold events to develop business-oriented tourism and conventions.

Furthermore, Chile’s gastronomic treasures romanticize any visitor from amazing empanadas to a variety of world-renowned wines.

  1. Modern infrastructure in Chile is internationally recognized for its outstanding development in the areas of architecture, design, and framework both in roads and housing, with projects under the most diverse geographical conditions.

  2. Even though Chile is the longest country in the world, the country is divided into three sections; north, central, and south.  To reach each area effortlessly, there is an excellent network of flights between all major cities, including off-the-beaten-track destinations. 

  3. Chile is the World’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination. Mountain climbing, kayaking, horseback riding, paragliding, trekking, skiing, and surfing, are just the beginning of countless adventures.  The limits of what this country can offer incentive travelers are endless.

  4. Chile is a world-class wine destination, actually the 5th largest exporter of wines and the 9th largest producer in the world!  In total, there are eleven different wine-producing valleys, each offering decadent wine tours, and tastings.

  5. Chile is a well-kept gastronomic treasure with a great variety of Andean and coastal dishes delightfully intertwined.  

  6. Easter Island off the coast of Chile possesses 887 human-shaped figures called the Moai statues.  The island is one of the most remote in the world and what makes the island even more interesting is that these stone monoliths have stood watch over the island’s landscape for hundreds of years!

  7. The Atacama Desert of Chile is the driest in the world and is an amazing destination to reconnect with nature under the most remarkable skies you have ever seen, making stargazing an amazing opportunity.

  8. The Atacama Desert also happens to be the same place where the world’s oldest mummies were discovered. These are the Chinchorro mummies, estimated to have been mummified 2,000 years before ancient Egyptians began their mummifying process.

  9. Chile is so diverse, that you can even go skiing just outside the city limits of Santiago for the best experience of Andean snow powder.  

  10. The 8th wonder of the world is found in Chile’s Patagonia, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve with turquoise waters, granite mountains, and pristine glaciers.  The biggest highlight of Patagonia is the Torres del Paine.


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