Once again awarded the most important adventure tourism destination in the world, Chile offers: stargazing in the world’s driest desert, cleanest skies, ancient glaciers on the planet’s southernmost tip, forests and lakes located at the foot of imposing volcanoes. Islands full of legends, tradition in wines, great challenges to climb and a Santiago that feels modern and trendy. It is the ideal destination for conventions and events. Here is an invitation to develop projects and enjoy the great adventure of Latin America.
Demand. In 2016 we received a record-breaking 5.6 million inbound foreign tourists. That’s 26% more than in 2015. It estimated that in 2017 there will be 6.4 million visitors.
The arrival of foreign tourists has more than doubled in the last ten years and tourist spending in the country currently totals about US$ 2.6 billion per year which is 30% more than six years ago.
Santiago occupies leadership positions in the world ranking of ICCA Congresses and Conventions, with over 70 international events held annually.
Recognition. We are the best consecutive adventure tourism destination according to the last World Travel Awards.
Lonely Planet recommended Chile as one of the 10 destinations to be visited in 2017 and The New York Times (USA) highlighted the Atacama Desert at one of Top 10 Must-See in 2017
The Daily Telegraph (UK), ranked Chile first in a ranking of 20 countries, as the most recommended destination to visit during this 2017.
The Guardian (UK), published it’s list of 10 places in Chile that must be visited in 2017, highlighting the valley of Elqui, La Araucanía, Los Lagos and the Island of Chiloé.
Cape Horn was chosen as one of the 100 green destinations of the planet by the Dutch entity Green Destinations (2016).
By investing in Chile, you will be part of growing business opportunities:
The development of new sustainable tourist attraction areas, with investment potential in infrastructure: nautical tourism, business tourism, astro-tourism, eco-tourism.
Design and implement technological platforms aimed at improving and diversifying the supply of tourist goods and services in Chile.
Businesses with potential in new services for consolidated and high demand tourist attractions.
The development of Santiago’s MICE sector (meetings, incentives, conferencing, exhibitions), one of the main business capitals of Latin America.