She said that Chile’s diverse regions provide plenty of options to build tour packages. This includes the northern region, which holds the Atacama; the Lake District, which is characterized by lakes, forests and mountains; Patagonia, which is ideal for outdoor adventure activities; Easter Island, where indigenous culture is the draw; and the Central Region, which is home to Santiago, Valparaiso, Vina del Mar and many vineyards.
“The Atacama would be the biggest selling point for Chile because it’s so unique. It’s certainly our best-seller in Chile. The wine region would also be a great destination, because it produces such world-famous wines.”
“Chile truly has something for everyone,” she said. “It’s great for families, millennials and baby boomers. It can offer wine and gastronomic tours, as well as soft adventure tours.”
Chile tends to get overlooked by more popular destinations, such as Argentina's Mendoza wine region, Machu Picchu in Peru or the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador. But it is a destination that’s just starting to make itself known and has everything to offer the traveler, from the northern tip near Peru and Bolivia all the way 2,700 miles south to the southern end near Antarctica.