Incentive Trips

The country’s overwhelming nature, its comfortable hotel infrastructure and sophisticated cuisine can be enjoyed from north to south and make Chile an ideal destination for incentive trips. Whether it is to award team work, promote bonding in a department or reward client loyalty, the experiences Chile offers for incentive trips are fun and plentiful.

Exploring the Atacama Desert and learning about its ancestral cultures, resting on the beaches of the Pacific or relaxing in spas, visiting vineyards and tasting wine together with delicious dishes, diving into the exuberant nature of the south of Chile and doing sports like trekking and rafting are just some of the activities the Chilean territory has to offer.



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Arica

Do you love the feeling of the sun on your skin and the warm sun cradling you while you rest? Then, you must visit the city of eternal spring. Its good weather and warm water beaches invite you to enjoy[...]

Surire Salt flat

At over 4,200 meters above sea level, this incredibly white salt flat invites you to stare at its beautiful deep blue inner lagoons hidden in the middle of the world's driest desert. The cushion bogs of this natural monument are[...]

Nature

Parinacota

Lower your voice and open your eyes. Visiting this village, declared as a National Monument, is an opportunity to take in the local culture. Learn about the skillful works of the alpaca wool weavers that live there and visit its[...]

Adventure and Sports
Culture

Codpa

Codpa is the perfect place to unwind. Grab a bike and cycle along its valleys, enjoying its pleasant temperature and, if you want to, take a romantic walk under the starry skies. Lift your skirt or roll-up your pants to[...]

Astrotourism
Adventure and Sports
Wine and Fine Food

Iquique

If you know how to enjoy life and leisure is one of your favorite sins, Iquique will steal your heart. Set right by the ocean, among palm trees and tall buildings, taking a ride down the promenade in an open-top[...]

Malalcahuello National Reserve

A mountain settlement that will capture the heart of its visitors with the natural surroundings of the Andean foothills. Its rustic charm and millennial history invite you to discover every part of its 12,789 hectares. Taking a trip through the[...]

Iquique’s Historic District

Walk around downtown Iquique and let yourself be transported to a time where ladies wore taffeta and used parasols, and men handlebar mustaches. Be amazed by the buildings that maintain the glamour of the abundance of saltpeter times. Start by[...]

Culture

Pica

A visit to this quiet village is a trip from which you’ll return completely renewed. Set among salt flats and geoglyphs, discover the village of Pica, famous for fruits like the mango, guayaba, grapefruit and the famous pica lemon. Come[...]

Culture
Wine and Fine Food

Pisagua

Walking among its old 19th century wooden buildings calls for reflection. This sparsely inhabited village still maintains the facades from the times of the saltpeter boom. Walk around and get to know its sweet and sour history. Oasis of calm[...]

Culture

Santiago

Dynamic and cosmopolitan Santiago is a vital and versatile city. Home to many events showcasing the very best of Chilean culture, it also hosts superb international festivals of sound, flavor and color. The Chilean capital breathes new life into all[...]

Santiago’s Historic Center

A great part of the history of Chile has been written at the Plaza de Armas (Main Square) and its surrounding buildings. Walk around its streets to find old buildings like the Santiago City Hall, the Cathedral, the National History[...]

Culture
Wine and Fine Food

Providencia

Do you like going where the fun is at? With its great shopping, tasty and varied restaurants and fun nightclubs, Providencia welcomes you in the heart of the Santiago party scene. Walk around this area of town and visit the[...]

Adventure and Sports
Urban Life
Wine and Fine Food

Lican Ray

This little town set on the northern shore of the Calafquén Lake is internationally famous for its beach and for being a sport fishing spot. Here, you can camp in the middle of forests and mountains and enjoy clear water[...]

Adventure and Sports
Nature
Beaches
Hot Springs and Well-being

Temuco and Lago Budi

"Mary mary wenul" is the traditional Mapuche greeting and the best way to walk into the final indigenous bastion of the country. Bring out the warrior in yourself and get to know the cosmovision of this indigenous people that live[...]

Cueva del Milodón Natural Monument

The Cueva del Milodón is a site of great paleontological interest formed by three caves which have their remains almost intact. It is well known for having the "Devil's Chair" at its entrance, a rock which, as legend says, was[...]

Culture

Puerto Natales

A rancher feel and an ever growing adventure activity scene are mixed in this city, which is the gateway to the famous Torres del Paine National Park. Climb the Dorotea Hill to look at Puerto Natales from above. If you're[...]

Dorotea Hill

Standing at 800 meters, Dorotea Hill (Cerro Dorotea) invites you for an easy group-based trek. Enjoy the trip and once at the top, prepare your camera. The mesmerizing view of the city of Puerto Natales, the Ultima Esperanza fjord and[...]

Adventure and Sports
Nature
Wine and Fine Food