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May 2015
The Chinchorro Culture and its path towards Cultural World Heritage
A strategic alliance between government entities and educational institutions hopes to have the Chinchorro Mummies officially recognized as a Cultural World Heritage. 

The project’s purpose is to highlight the archaeological and cultural worth of what has been left behind by the Chinchorros in the Camarones area, located in the Arica and Parinacota Region. The additional hope is that the initiative will contribute to and strengthen cultural tourism by exposing the area’s unique identity. 
Robinson Crusoe Island, paradise in the middle of the Pacific

 
The Robinson Crusoe Island destination is a part of The Route of the Islands, programmed and edited by Sernatur, together with other 7 Chile Routes. The objective of these routes is to signalize and facilitate the journey of visitors who come to enjoy places of great scenic beauty and cultural value, either on foot or by car.

 
Nature, beach and culture. Osorno and its surroundings

 
If you love spending time surrounded by nature and inmersed in culture, the Osorno- Puyehue- Rupanco- San Juan de la Costa circuit offers expeditions and sports, thermal springs, trekking trails through ancient forests, recreational fishing, museums and cultural activities, deserted beaches and picturesque fishing coves.

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A World in Action: Latin America and Chile, the protagonists of the Copa America 2015
Tam Nas Nuvens features Santiago on the front cover of its May edition – the Chilean capital and symbol of the 44th version of the Copa America. The airline’s magazine highlights the best of the selections set to compete in this major sporting event. 




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FIVE NATIVE CHILEAN TREES


According to a report made by Conaf in 2011, arround 18% of Chile’s national territory is comprised of native forests. In country of extreme diversity and differing landscapes, Chile’s forests are home to some of the oldest, tallest and most exceptional tree species in the world.
OLMUE: NATURE IN CENTRAL VALLEY



Olmue is located in the region of Valparaiso 88 kilometers from Santiago. Tranquility, clean air and the celebration of customs central to Chilean identity are typical of this area that, as the years have gone by, has become a tourist destination. 
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