Chile’s Tourism Undersecretariat and National Tourism Service (Sernatur), along with representatives from Chile’s leading tourism trade associations, are seeking to create a roadmap for the recovery of tourism in Chile once the pandemic has passed.read more
41 Chilean tourism companies have earned Sernatur’s Seal of Sustainability, which certifies that they have implemented sustainable practices in their businesses.read more
In addition, the authorities also instructed the closure of the entire network of urban parks throughout Chile.read more
The measure goes into effect this Thursday March 19th and for the next 14 days, in order to protect the zone from potential Covid-19 contagion.read more
The campaign is focusing on sustainable tourism development as well as the wide array of nature and adventure experiences Chile offers.read more
The Ministry of Sports, the Undersecretariat for Tourism and the Imagen Chile Foundation presented the Welcome to #AdventureTourism campaign.read more
The prizes were announced during the 26th World Travel Awards which, through a voting process, celebrate the world’s principal tourism destinations and respect for extreme nature.read more
The Undersecretary of Tourism and the National Tourism Service reiterate the importance of carrying out an informed and responsible tourism throughout the country.read more
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The creation of a mechanism for stabilizing electricity prices under which the latest increase of 9.2% in bills will be reversed.
The shipments of copper concentrate reached an historical maximum in this period, accounting for 57% of the total copper exported, while the shipments of copper cathodes reached their lowest level since 2016.
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