Chile is truly one of the most remarkable places on Earth. A land of extremes and superlatives, this sliver of a country on the western edge of South America – 4,300 kilometers (2666 mi) long, but only 177 kilometers (110 mi) wide – is home to both the world’s driest desert and rainiest alpine forests. From snow-capped volcanoes and icy fjords to sunny beaches, and fertile vineyards almost every type of scenery is available here.
In each of Chile’s five geographic zones – North & Atacama Desert, Santiago, Valparaíso & Central Valleys, Lakes & Volcanoes, Patagonia & Antarctica, and Oceanic Islands – its friendly people, top-notch accommodations and dining, and wealth of recreational opportunities, make Chile a must-see destination.
The country’s reputation for fine wines and delicious cuisine, welcoming atmosphere and splendid array of natural and cultural attractions means there’s something for virtually everyone to enjoy.
- Certificate of graduation as a Chile Specialist
- 3 Credits from The Travel Institute. Go to www.thetravelinstitute.com for details on the certification programs, eligibility for continuing education credits and how to receive these credits following graduation.
- Direct sales support from Tourism Chile and its 180 Chile-based suppliers