The “Incentive Travel Guide” divides the country into five geographical and climatic macro-zones to highlight the experiences that can be lived.
The National Tourism Service (Sernatur) created a comprehensive guide to this type of experience that you should be aware of to reactivate meeting tourism and to boost incentive travel following the COVID-19 pandemic.
This compendium called “Incentive Travel Guide” divides the country into five geographical and climatic macro-zones to highlight the experiences that can be lived in the Atacama Desert, the Central Valleys, the area of lakes and volcanoes, Patagonia, and Antarctica, and, of course, Rapa Nui Island for the island territory.
This guide also highlights the country’s infrastructure, its wide variety of services, and the privileged natural environments that make Chile a privileged destination for incentive travel.
Chile’s first Incentive Travel Guide is available for free here.
Origin of the Incentive Travel Guide
Congress applications are an activity that seeks to establish Chile as a venue for international events. These actions, which were co-financed by up to 80% with public contributions, seek to position Chile as a destination for meeting tourism, thus promoting the arrival of foreigners to the country for business purposes.
Within this framework, incentive trips function as a reward to recognize those who have performed their work with merit, such as those who have achieved productivity or sales objectives.
However, incentive trips are more than just a nice gesture for workers. These trips provide great benefits for running the company correctly, helping to increase the team’s productivity, improving the working environment, improving internal communication, boosting workers’ motivation, and promoting teamwork, all of which are directly reflected in the company’s internal and external corporate image.
This model can be replicated in Chile, the best-positioned country in the region in terms of security and experience.