Decanter World Wide Wine Awards winners promoted around the world in Global Tastings

Chile’s recent success at the Decanter World Wide Wine Awards (DWWA) is being tangibly expressed in up to 28 countries with Decanter’s Global Tastings program. Beginning on September 29 and continuing into October, the program gives wine lovers the unique opportunity to taste Decanter winners at more than 60 venues around the globe. The event, … More Decanter World Wide Wine Awards winners promoted around the world in Global Tastings

Oktoberfest in Chile: an authentic German celebration with a Chilean flair

Can’t make it to Germany for Oktoberfest this year? Try celebrating in Chile instead! Chile is an ideal Oktoberfest destination, embracing a significant German cultural influence as a result of Germany’s colonization of southern Chile in the mid-1800’s. Adventurous colonists arrived from Europe with their family traditions, cherished recipes, and love for good beer – … More Oktoberfest in Chile: an authentic German celebration with a Chilean flair

The European Southern Observatory invites online visitors to an astronomical event

Virtual tourists from around the world can take an unprecedented look inside several of Chile’s key astronomical observatories on Friday, October 5. In a live-streaming webcast, the European Southern Observatory – ESO – will present “A Day in the Life of ESO,” consisting of six hours of lectures and interviews, a virtual real-time astronomical observation, … More The European Southern Observatory invites online visitors to an astronomical event

Cold weather wine in Chile: Patagonia’s vineyards gaining recognition

Chile’s booming wine industry is generally focused on the country’s central regions, where a comfortable Mediterranean climate, and a unique position between the Pacific and the Andes, easily nurture the area’s vineyards. Chile’s extreme regions and climate zones are gaining a reputation for producing interesting wines. Chile.travel previously reported on winemaking in the arid Atacama … More Cold weather wine in Chile: Patagonia’s vineyards gaining recognition

Become a mountaineer in northern Chile: peaks for novices

Northern Chile’s massive Andean peaks may seem daunting to novice mountaineers, but the region offers many relatively safe and manageable climbs that reward climbers with thrilling vistas and a robust sense of accomplishment. Becoming a mountain climber Novice mountain climbers must carefully research and prepare for the rigors of high-altitude climbing prior to embarking on … More Become a mountaineer in northern Chile: peaks for novices

La Pérgola de las Flores: a classic Chilean musical and theatrical performance

It’s a sweet and funny story: small-town girl comes to the big city and falls in love, while the people of the big city fall in love with her small-town innocence and charm. In the Chilean musical La Pérgola de las Flores, this tale is told with an entertaining flair, and within the context of … More La Pérgola de las Flores: a classic Chilean musical and theatrical performance

Explore Chile’s Isla de Pascua on horseback, a natural form of transportation

Humans have traversed the surface of earth on horseback since prehistoric times, and Chile’s Isla de Pascua (Easter Island) offers 164 square kilometers of open moorland to fathom this ancient partnership between species. A circuitous network of roads and trails throughout the iconic island permits equine exploration of intriguing archaeological ruins, graceful scenery, mysterious stone … More Explore Chile’s Isla de Pascua on horseback, a natural form of transportation