Museum Don Checo sits on the quiet island of Mechuque in the Chiloé Archipelago, just off the coast of Patagonia.
As the summer season approaches, the southern whales swim as usual towards the Chilean coast to feed, an event of nature that is transformed into an unforgettable experience for tourists.
The 2013 World Responsible Tourism Awards were held this past week at the annual World Travel Market in London, and two Chilean tourism providers walked away winners.
Thousand of tourists visit the Chiloe archipelago each year, in search of a different sort of adventure.
Once a year in October, the little community of Malloco puts on one of central Chile's best loved fiestas, in honor of one of man's greatest inventions — beer.
90 percent of potatoes worldwide are descendants of spuds native to southern Chile's misty archipelago.
Traditional fishermen's houses, known as palafitos, are colorful, wooden buildings that stand on stilts over the waters of Castro, Chiloé.
When the directors at Museo Bellas Artes went ahead with plans for an exhibition of Víctor Mahana's work, many were justified in seeing it as a tremendous risk.
An important archaeological find that tells of the presence of humans in South America has given birth to the Pleistocene Park of Osorno, a large theme park that aims to become one of the main tourist attractions of southern Chile.
Ever heard of chupe? Step foot in Chile and very soon you will become an expert on this South American stew.
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