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title: Santiago Barrio Italia CHILE

Santiago - Barrio Italia CHILE

Zona central (Central Zone, Central Chile) is one of the five natural regions into which CORFO divided continental Chile in 1950. It is home to a majority of the Chilean population and includes the three largest metropolitan areas- Santiago, Valparaíso, a

title: Arco de la Mision Jesuitica Guarani Santisima Trinidad del Parana Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Arco de la Misión Jesuítica Guaraní Santísima Trinidad del Paraná Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the ...

title: Termas Geometricas Pucon CHILE

Termas Geométricas - Pucón CHILE

Health and wellness tourism in Chile maintained positive growth in 2011, increasing in value by 5% for the second year running in a continuation of the stable performance which has followed the declines recorded during 2009 as the global economic recessio

title: Santiago Edificios CHILE

Santiago - Edificios CHILE

Zona central (Central Zone, Central Chile) is one of the five natural regions into which CORFO divided continental Chile in 1950. It is home to a majority of the Chilean population and includes the three largest metropolitan areas- Santiago, Valparaíso, a

title: Green space on the bottom of the volcano in Guatemala

Green space on the bottom of the volcano in Guatemala

Guatemala volcanoes: Guatemala is home to 22 volcanoes. The volcanoes of Guatemala invlude Suchitan, Ixtepeque, Acatenango, Atitlan, Moyuta, Agua, Cerro Santiago, Tajumulco, Chingo, Quezaltepeque, Chiquimula, Cuilapa-Barbarena, Flores, Fuego, Ipala Volc Field, Santa Maria, Almolonga, Santo Tomas, Tahual, Pacaya, Tecuamburro, and Toliman.

title: Hotel W Santiago CHILE

Hotel W Santiago CHILE

Santiago’s embedded hills and surrounding mountains invite us to comfortably view and know Chile’s capital from above. Once we have gazed at the city from above Santa Lucia and San Cristobal hills, our journey continues towards a more challenging goal: th

title: Campanario Trinidad noche Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Campanario Trinidad noche Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian ...

title: Lakes Volcanoes Termas Geometricas Pucon CHILE

Lakes & Volcanoes Termas Geométricas - Pucón CHILE

As whitewater kayaking in Chile and Argentina becomes more and more popular the need for information about the rivers in Chile and the rivers in Argentina becomes greater and greater. With this in mind, we at Expediciones Chile developed this whitewater g

title: Atacama Termas de Puritama CHILE

Atacama - Termas de Puritama CHILE

Health and wellness tourism in Chile maintained positive growth in 2011, increasing in value by 5% for the second year running in a continuation of the stable performance which has followed the declines recorded during 2009 as the global economic recessio

title: Termas Geometricas Pucon CHILE

Termas Geométricas - Pucón CHILE

Health and wellness tourism in Chile maintained positive growth in 2011, increasing in value by 5% for the second year running in a continuation of the stable performance which has followed the declines recorded during 2009 as the global economic recessio

title: Hotel W terraza CHILE

Hotel W terraza CHILE

Zona central (Central Zone, Central Chile) is one of the five natural regions into which CORFO divided continental Chile in 1950. It is home to a majority of the Chilean population and includes the three largest metropolitan areas- Santiago, Valparaíso, a

title: CHILE culture

CHILE culture

The culture of Chile is one of a relatively homogeneous society where historically its geographical isolation and remoteness has played a key role. During colonial times, the Chilean culture was a mix of Spanish colonial elements and indigenous (essentially Mapuche) culture. After Independence, Chilean culture has been heavily anglicised throughout the 19th century ...

title: Santisima Trinidad Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Santisima Trinidad Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the ...

title: Parque Nacional Laja CHILE

Parque Nacional Laja CHILE

Health and wellness tourism in Chile maintained positive growth in 2011, increasing in value by 5% for the second year running in a continuation of the stable performance which has followed the declines recorded during 2009 as the global economic recessio

title: Puerto Varas Spa CHILE

Puerto Varas Spa CHILE

As whitewater kayaking in Chile and Argentina becomes more and more popular the need for information about the rivers in Chile and the rivers in Argentina becomes greater and greater. With this in mind, we at Expediciones Chile developed this whitewater g

title: Shop display Santiago Alonso de Cordoba CHILE

Shop display Santiago - Alonso de Cordoba CHILE

Santiago’s embedded hills and surrounding mountains invite us to comfortably view and know Chile’s capital from above. Once we have gazed at the city from above Santa Lucia and San Cristobal hills, our journey continues towards a more challenging goal: th

title: Torres del Paine Lago Pehoe CHILE

Torres del Paine - Lago Pehoe CHILE

Health and wellness tourism in Chile maintained positive growth in 2011, increasing in value by 5% for the second year running in a continuation of the stable performance which has followed the declines recorded during 2009 as the global economic recessio

title: Centros de Ski Spa CHILE

Centros de Ski - Spa CHILE

Health and wellness tourism in Chile maintained positive growth in 2011, increasing in value by 5% for the second year running in a continuation of the stable performance which has followed the declines recorded during 2009 as the global economic recessio

title: Santiago Cerro San Cristobal CHILE

Santiago - Cerro San Cristóbal CHILE

Zona central (Central Zone, Central Chile) is one of the five natural regions into which CORFO divided continental Chile in 1950. It is home to a majority of the Chilean population and includes the three largest metropolitan areas- Santiago, Valparaíso, a

title: Huaso y bandera CHILE

Huaso y bandera CHILE

Zona central (Central Zone, Central Chile) is one of the five natural regions into which CORFO divided continental Chile in 1950. It is home to a majority of the Chilean population and includes the three largest metropolitan areas- Santiago, Valparaíso, a

title: Centros de Ski Valle Nevado Spa CHILE

Centros de Ski - Valle Nevado - Spa CHILE

Zona central (Central Zone, Central Chile) is one of the five natural regions into which CORFO divided continental Chile in 1950. It is home to a majority of the Chilean population and includes the three largest metropolitan areas- Santiago, Valparaíso, a

title: Arco de Santisima Trinidad Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Arco de Santisima Trinidad Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in the Jesuitic Reductions took ...

title: Volcan Orongo CHILE ISLAS

Volcan Orongo CHILE ISLAS

The first Europeans to stumble upon the tiny island were the Dutch, under the command of Admiral Jacob Roggeveen. Roggeveen made landfall on Rapa Nui on Easter Day of 1722, thus providing Easter Island with its modern name. Easter Island remained only sli

title: Fiesta La Tirana CHILE

Fiesta La Tirana CHILE

The culture of Chile is one of a relatively homogeneous society where historically its geographical isolation and remoteness has played a key role. During colonial times, the Chilean culture was a mix of Spanish colonial elements and indigenous (essential

title: Silent volcanes de Guatemala

Silent volcanes de Guatemala

Guatemala volcanoes: Guatemala is home to 22 volcanoes. The volcanoes of Guatemala invlude Suchitan, Ixtepeque, Acatenango, Atitlan, Moyuta, Agua, Cerro Santiago, Tajumulco, Chingo, Quezaltepeque, Chiquimula, Cuilapa-Barbarena, Flores, Fuego, Ipala Volc Field, Santa Maria, Almolonga, Santo Tomas, Tahual, Pacaya, Tecuamburro, and Toliman.

title: Santiago Valle Nevado CHILE Sports Adventure

Santiago - Valle Nevado CHILE Sports & Adventure

eeping with the mountain theme, the area surrounding Santiago and the southern part of the country are home to skiing and snowboarding runs that attract tourists from around the globe each year. With an endless array of rivers and lakes and an unusually l

title: Antofagasta Fiesta de Ayquina CHILE

Antofagasta - Fiesta de Ayquina CHILE

The culture of Chile is one of a relatively homogeneous society where historically its geographical isolation and remoteness has played a key role. During colonial times, the Chilean culture was a mix of Spanish colonial elements and indigenous (essential

title: Charming Chilean ladies CHILE

Charming Chilean ladies CHILE

The first Europeans to stumble upon the tiny island were the Dutch, under the command of Admiral Jacob Roggeveen. Roggeveen made landfall on Rapa Nui on Easter Day of 1722, thus providing Easter Island with its modern name. Easter Island remained only sli

title: Santiago despejado CHILE

Santiago despejado CHILE

Zona central (Central Zone, Central Chile) is one of the five natural regions into which CORFO divided continental Chile in 1950. It is home to a majority of the Chilean population and includes the three largest metropolitan areas- Santiago, Valparaíso, a

title: San Ignacio Guazu Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

San Ignacio Guazú Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in the ...

title: Valparaiso CHILE

Valparaiso CHILE

The culture of Chile is one of a relatively homogeneous society where historically its geographical isolation and remoteness has played a key role. During colonial times, the Chilean culture was a mix of Spanish colonial elements and indigenous (essential

title: Island Chiloe Cucao CHILE

Island Chiloé - Cucao CHILE

The first Europeans to stumble upon the tiny island were the Dutch, under the command of Admiral Jacob Roggeveen. Roggeveen made landfall on Rapa Nui on Easter Day of 1722, thus providing Easter Island with its modern name. Easter Island remained only sli

title: Puerto Montt Parque Nacional Alerce Andino CHILE

Puerto Montt - Parque Nacional Alerce Andino CHILE

As whitewater kayaking in Chile and Argentina becomes more and more popular the need for information about the rivers in Chile and the rivers in Argentina becomes greater and greater. With this in mind, we at Expediciones Chile developed this whitewater g

title: Santisima Trinidad del Parana de Noche Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Santísima Trinidad del Paraná de Noche Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in the Jesuitic Reductions took place. The Jesuits were located in ...

title: Puerto Varas Spa CHILE

Puerto Varas Spa CHILE

Health and wellness tourism in Chile maintained positive growth in 2011, increasing in value by 5% for the second year running in a continuation of the stable performance which has followed the declines recorded during 2009 as the global economic recessio

title: Ruta del Vino Casa Lapostolle CHILE

Ruta del Vino - Casa Lapostolle CHILE

Chile has always been known for its affordable wines; more recently its top reds have challenged the best from California and France. And now the word is getting out about its gorgeous wine country, with dramatic swaths of vineyards in valleys tucked betw

title: Centros de Ski Valle Nevado CHILE

Centros de Ski - Valle Nevado CHILE

Zona central (Central Zone, Central Chile) is one of the five natural regions into which CORFO divided continental Chile in 1950. It is home to a majority of the Chilean population and includes the three largest metropolitan areas- Santiago, Valparaíso, a

title: Fiesta La Tirana CHILE

Fiesta La Tirana CHILE

The culture of Chile is one of a relatively homogeneous society where historically its geographical isolation and remoteness has played a key role. During colonial times, the Chilean culture was a mix of Spanish colonial elements and indigenous (essential

title: Mountainbike Pucon CHILE Sports Adventure

Mountainbike - Pucon CHILE Sports & Adventure

eeping with the mountain theme, the area surrounding Santiago and the southern part of the country are home to skiing and snowboarding runs that attract tourists from around the globe each year. With an endless array of rivers and lakes and an unusually l

title: Santiago Hotel Opera CHILE

Santiago - Hotel Opera CHILE

Santiago’s embedded hills and surrounding mountains invite us to comfortably view and know Chile’s capital from above. Once we have gazed at the city from above Santa Lucia and San Cristobal hills, our journey continues towards a more challenging goal: th

title: Patagonia Lago General Carrera CHILE

Patagonia - Lago General Carrera CHILE

Chile's history is as many-faceted as the country is long. Just as pre-Hispanic cultures throughout Chile varied from one ecological niche to another, so too does each region have its own post-Conquest historical events and traditions, its separate econom

title: Restaurant El Hoyo comida tipica CHILE

Restaurant El Hoyo comida tipica CHILE

Chile has always been known for its affordable wines; more recently its top reds have challenged the best from California and France. And now the word is getting out about its gorgeous wine country, with dramatic swaths of vineyards in valleys tucked betw

title: Santiago Cerro San Cristobal CHILE Sports Adventure

Santiago - Cerro San Cristóbal CHILE Sports & Adventure

eeping with the mountain theme, the area surrounding Santiago and the southern part of the country are home to skiing and snowboarding runs that attract tourists from around the globe each year. With an endless array of rivers and lakes and an unusually l

title: Ski El Colorado CHILE

Ski El Colorado CHILE

Zona central (Central Zone, Central Chile) is one of the five natural regions into which CORFO divided continental Chile in 1950. It is home to a majority of the Chilean population and includes the three largest metropolitan areas- Santiago, Valparaíso, a

title: The moon over volcanes de Guatemala

The moon over volcanes de Guatemala

Guatemala volcanoes: Guatemala is home to 22 volcanoes. The volcanoes of Guatemala invlude Suchitan, Ixtepeque, Acatenango, Atitlan, Moyuta, Agua, Cerro Santiago, Tajumulco, Chingo, Quezaltepeque, Chiquimula, Cuilapa-Barbarena, Flores, Fuego, Ipala Volc Field, Santa Maria, Almolonga, Santo Tomas, Tahual, Pacaya, Tecuamburro, and Toliman.

title: Pueblito de los Dominicos Santiago CHILE

Pueblito de los Domínicos Santiago CHILE

Santiago’s embedded hills and surrounding mountains invite us to comfortably view and know Chile’s capital from above. Once we have gazed at the city from above Santa Lucia and San Cristobal hills, our journey continues towards a more challenging goal: th

title: Santiago CHILE

Santiago CHILE

Santiago’s embedded hills and surrounding mountains invite us to comfortably view and know Chile’s capital from above. Once we have gazed at the city from above Santa Lucia and San Cristobal hills, our journey continues towards a more challenging goal: th

title: Santiago Alonso de Cordoba CHILE

Santiago - Alonso de Cordoba CHILE

Santiago’s embedded hills and surrounding mountains invite us to comfortably view and know Chile’s capital from above. Once we have gazed at the city from above Santa Lucia and San Cristobal hills, our journey continues towards a more challenging goal: th