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May-June 2016
Chile will host the most important business tourism fair in Latin America
 
For the next three consecutive years, Chile will host FIEXPO, the largest and most established business tourism fair in Latin America and the Caribbean. It’s a move that will contribute to the development of this kind of tourism in our country, which already represents 17,5% of foreign arrivals to Chile and contributes 28,7% of the total currency inflow that comes from tourism. 
Chile will be a more accessible tourist destination for europeans
Via new direct flights from both Rome and London to Santiago, the country will be able to increase the number of arrivals and strengthen national tourism, which registered 4.400.000 tourists in 2015. Rome is the new entrance door of Chile to Europe.

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The Desert in Bloom: An Explosion of Color and flowers in the Atacama Desert
One of the most amazing natural phenomena in the world occurs right here in the Atacama Desert. From the coasts to the foothills north of Copiapo and south of Vallenar, the driest desert in the world becomes a tapestry of colors as flowers bloom.

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The best spots to heliski in the Chilean Andes 
 
The feeling of solitude in the middle of the Andes Mountains, the thrill of skiing on virgin snow and the adventure of traveling through unique landscapes, at an altitude of over 4,000 meters, are the big reasons that skiers come to Chile to practice heliskiing.

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ROADMAP IS LAUNCHED TO BECOME THE MOST IMPORTANT ASTROTOURISM DESTINATION IN THE WORLD

“Chile is home to the best skies in the world,” is a phrase that we hear more and more frequently. It’s founded on the fact that 40% of the planet’s astronomical observation optic infrastructure is located within this territory, and it’s thought that this figure will rise to 70% within the next decade.
CULTURE AND RELIGIOUS FERVOR ARE ALIVE IN THE CHURCHES OF PAMPA DEL TAMARUGAL

The churches found in the Pampa, in northern Chile, which were built in wood, clay and chalk, are the axis of the spiritual life and social meeting spaces for the inhabitants of the villages, such as Matilla, Pica, La Huayca and La Tirana. Their architecture is unique and is a part of the cultural legacy and heritage of this area of Chile.
 

TE ANA, EASTER ISLAND HERITAGE ROUTE

The most remote inhabited island in the world has a number of distinct tourist routes Te Ana has a route that includes five landmarks, among them the Tahai ceremonial complex, where it is said you can view the best sunset on Easter Island, where the romance of the sky is accompanied by five giant Moai that stand watching the horizon.
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