Join Dr. Paul Merchant speaking on the role that the arts have played in Chile and Peru in addressing environmental issues.
Part of the Credit Research Centre Seminar Series.
WINE INNOVATION SUMMIT, is a meeting focused on innovation in the wine industry.
ICIPR invites you to its 3rd Symposium 2021: Positive Psychology & Coaching with the incredible theme: EMOTIONAL WELLNESS IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC
On Awakening Your Inner Shaman: A Live Online Conversation with Marcela Lobos
Taste and learn about Torrontes, Malbec, and Carmenere three of the wines most associated with South America
Masterclass lecture with photographer, bookmaker, and publisher Alejandro Cartagena
Virtual Cooking Class: Chile Relleño Enchiladas & Jalapeno Margaritas
Let’s explore in small group conversations what the pandemic revealed about our societies and what the post-pandemic world might look like.
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Region of Antofagasta occupies a latitudinal range that goes from 20º56 'to 26º05' south latitude, and longitudinally, from 67º00 'west longitude to the Pacific Ocean. Its surface is 126,049.1 km². This region borders on the west with the Pacific Ocean:
Located about 700 kilometers south of Santiago de Chile, La Araucanía has fluid connectivity by land and air. Also, it marks the point where the intense green of southern Chile is born and the territory is watched by the imposing presence of volcanoes that draw the profile of the Andes Mountains, covering forests, lakes and rivers.
Millenary culture, colors, music and beautiful beaches The north gateway to our beautiful country. It welcomes you with the driest desert in the world, mixing beaches with a daring high plateau.
The Aysén Region of General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo, is located in the Chilean Patagonia, between 43º38 'in the north and 49º16' in the south, and from 71 ° 06 'west to the territorial waters of the Pacific Ocean,
The capital of the Eighth Region (Región del Bio Bio) and second largest city of Chile, also called theCapital of Southern Chile, is attracting more and more visitors every year. That´s the result of great efforts as, together with the modern infrastructure,
Enjoy the magic of the desert climate of the north zone and the proximity of the fertile lands of the central zone, where grapes are grown to produce good wines and piscos, all around La Serena and Coquimbo. If you come in spring and summer,
Indigenous plants and animals are few. At the time of European arrival the toromiro tree, endemic to the island, was the only wild tree and the Carolina wolfberry the only wild shrub, the vegetation being predominantly herbaceous. The toromiro tree was overexploited by the island wood carvers, and the last local specimen died in the 1950s.
The Region of Los Lagos invites you to discover beautiful landscapes, with beautiful destinations full of magic and charm. Myths and legends are daily bread, and the gastronomic traditions will make your mouth water.
Young and beautiful region, it is characterized by its volcanoes, rivers, lakes, agricultural landscapes and evergreen forests. Located in the area of lakes and volcanoes, Los Ríos enchants all
Owner of an important climatic variation, in a same day it can deliver rain, sun, cold and gusts of wind of up to 100 km / hr. which delivers different and beautiful landscapes throughout the year
The region has the provinces of Talca, Curico, Linares and Cauquenes and its regional capital is Talca. Region of agricultural vocation, noted for its beet and rice crops, as well as the fruit industry. Of this, the vitivinicultural activity is one of the most relevant, since it contains 40% of the area planted with vineyards and vineyards in the country. The birthplace of Pablo Neruda also stands out for its silvicultural activity, with exploitation of forests and pulp industry.
Region escorted by the impressive mountain range of the Andes and immersed between great hills that form the great valley of Santiago, the Metropolitan Region gathers a wide tourist offer and keeps corners that wait to be explored.
Visit the Valley of Las Trancas all year long and enjoy the hot springs and adventure sports such as Canopy, Ski and Snowboard
O’Higgins, in full Libertador General Bernardo O’Higgins, región, central Chile, bordered by Argentina to the east and facing the Pacific Ocean on the west. Since 1974 it has comprised the provinces of Cachapoal,
San Pedro de Atacama, an oasis in the middle of the desert, is a perfect place to listen to the sound of silence. From its land underground waters sprout that together with the lagoons inserted in the altiplano give you breathtaking landscapes that you
The Tarapacá Region falls between 18 ° 56 'and 21 ° 36' of South Latitude and from 68 ° 24 'of West Longitude to the Pacific Ocean. Its general limits are; to the North the XV Region of Arica and Parinacota; This with Bolivia; South, the II Region of
With an area of 2,780 km² and a population of 876,022 inhabitants, the Province of Valparaíso is the most populated in the Region and with the largest number of Communes. Created on October 27, 1842, with only 3 departments (Valparaíso, Casablanca and Quillota)
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