Made for business owners, entrepreneurs, journalists and decision makers from the world of travel, who want to keep up with the latest news on Chile’s tourism industry.
Know the international fairs and events in which Chile participates or organizes to promote tourism. A showcase to the world of different public and private entities under the Chile destination wing.
Due to the health contingency the International Tourism Trade Show 2021 (FITUR) created "LIVEConnect", -conceived as the largest professional network for the tourism sector- which will allow our country to digitally connect with important international buyers searching new travel experiences, once international traveling resumes.Read more arrow_forward
Several areas of the country were featured in the foreign press during January 2021.Read more arrow_forward
This is a program seeking to boost Chilean tourist attractions in North America.Read more arrow_forward
Focused on tourists from the United Kingdom who love bird and wildlife watching and adventure tourism.Read more arrow_forward
During the month of December, our country was mentioned in several foreign media outlets as a place to visit.Read more arrow_forward
Discover the latest news on Chile’s tourism industry and the efforts on a national and international level they carry out to boost domestic and receptive tourism.
During the month of April, the sector's news focused on closed borders, boosting alliances and tourism tools, and wine awards and industry certifications, among other news.Read more arrow_forward
Conaf confirmed this week that both national parks of the Los Lagos Region and Aysén Region, respectively, will be incorporated into the Green List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).Read more arrow_forward
As of 5:00 a.m., Saturday, March 27th, every Metropolitan Area municipality will enter Phase 1, Quarantine. Additionally, in that weekend the temporary travel permit per person that was in effect for destinations under Phase 2 will be suspended to minimize traveling.Read more arrow_forward
The diversity of destinations and activities, high levels of confidence and security attracts to Chile congresses, conventions and incentive trips. Learn about what makes Chile the ideal destination for business tourism.
This alliance could generate a regional network among countries to share experiences and procedures with decision-makers for future event applications.Read more arrow_forward
According to the ICCA Ranking through 2019, Chile was the fourth country in Central and South America that attracted the largest amount of congresses and seminars. A privileged status that our country seeks to maintain despite the serious consequences generated by the COVID-19 health crisis worldwide.Read more arrow_forward
Although the MICE industry's operations were drastically affected by the social crisis of 2019 and the Covid-19 pandemic last year, the Los Rios Convention Bureau continued working to attract events and liaise with public and private stakeholders.Read more arrow_forward
The Antofagasta Industrial Association through the Antofagasta Convention Bureau invites companies to consider the region as venue for congresses and conventions. In the Antofagasta Region, the Chilean coastline and the driest desert in the world can be appreciated in the same place. It also has skies that are recognized worldwide as ideal for astronomy and, […]Read more arrow_forward
The Santiago Regional Corporation took over the task of promoting the city as a destination for conventions and business, the Santiago Mice initiative.Read more arrow_forward
Learn from the prime source about the awards that recognize Chile as an international must-see. Awards and recognitions that the country and the tourist industry of Chile receive year after year.
The Starlight Foundation awards and recognizes initiatives that defend the night sky and Chile is among the winners.Read more arrow_forward
Our country once again was leader in the World Travel Awards, also taking the title of the planet’s Best Green Destination in the so-called Oscars of Tourism.Read more arrow_forward
The 27th version of the World Travel Awards, South America version, highlighted Chile for the sixth consecutive year as Leading Adventure Destination and added the titles: Leading Nature Destination, Leading Festival and Event Destination, and appointed the Atacama Desert as the Most Romantic Destination.Read more arrow_forward
If Chile wins, the country will re-validate its Leading Adventure Tourist Attraction, Leading Green Destination and Best Romantic Destination titles. Voting is open through October 25th at www.worldtravelawards.com/vote.Read more arrow_forward
The Sustainable Top 100 event is organized by Green Destinations to showcase good sustainable practices in emerging and consolidated destinations.Read more arrow_forward