There are so many reasons travelers come to Chile: unique wildlife, stunning nature, wild adventure sports and most importantly -- delicious wine. That’s right, Chile is one of the top wine producers in the world, exporting roughly 2 billion dollars of wine in 2017.
Chile is surrounded by so many different bodies of water. This ranges from colorful lagoons to fierce river to more than 4,000 km of beautiful, Pacific coastline. There are so many fun, adventurous water activities to participate in. Take a look at some of the best!
It’s a very special time for one small, remote place in the Pacific. During this time of year, island culture comes alive and locals show off what makes Easter Island distinctly theirs. The celebration is called Tapati Rapa Nui and it takes place every year in February.
We are so pleased to announce that EcoCamp’s documentary “Adventure is for All” was just awarded in Cannes, France on January 31st. The award is for “Best Video by a Professional of Tourism,” which was given during the third edition of Trophées de la Vidéo Touristique. There were 170 videos submitted from 35 different countries, and we came out on top!
Join us this 2019 as we are discuss new concepts in travel, including what it means to be a tourist and swap the term for "conscious traveler". Here are the top 19 micro adventures we reckon you’ll love from right here in Chile!
One of the top attractions in the area must surely be its glittering lagoons, whether altiplanic lakes or endless salt flats. There is a lot more to see and do here rather than just snapping a few photos from the bus - read on to get a sense of the adventure that awaits!
Hailed as Chile’s ‘next big thing’’, the Carretera Austral has slowly been developing into a bona fide paradise for adventure travelers. Want to know what makes this isolated highway so special? Here are 6 reasons to put the Carretera Austral on your bucket list.