Responsible Travel in Chile
During your Chile adventure we like to encourage authentic experiences and travelling with meaning wherever we can. This can be where you stay, the interaction you have with local people or how you get around the areas you are visiting. Chile has some pretty epic landscapes, from Atacama – the driest desert in the world to the lush vineyards of Maipo Valley and we want to help keep it this way!
It’s easy to pick trips which support the local community once you know how, and Chile is no different. During our Torres trekking trip, you’ll spend your time walking through this protected National Park, spotting flora and fauna. As you’ll be on foot, you will be minimising your impact on the local environment.
The accommodation we offer in Chile is as varied as the landscape, from small hotels on the cobbled streets of Valparaiso to the small refugios along the trekking route of Torres del Paine. Wherever we can we use small scale accommodation, bursting with local charm and typical to the area you are travelling in. We believe this not only adds something special to your trip but also helps local communities.
Our Local Chile Project
In all our destinations we like to support a local project to give something back. We also do a little fundraising throughout the year too. In Chile we are proud to support the Save the Wild Chinchilla, whose aim is to create and enhance the chinchillas habitats while educating the local community.
Our Chile Travel Specialists
Our Specialists are passionate about Chile and have first-hand experience of travelling through this diverse country. They are on hand to help you plan your Chile adventure whilst providing support and guidance along the way. Find out their top travel tips to make the most of your time in Chile.
Our Local Partners in Chile
We work with a local partners in Chile who support our sustainability mission and share our values when it comes to travelling with meaning. We also use local guides and drivers during all our excursions in Chile, not only does this make for a more rewarding experience but it also helps to put money into the pockets of the local people. You’ll also have the advantage of your guide’s local knowledge and handy tips along the way.