In our view Chile is the most amazing country on this planet…our opinion obviously is biased but we’d love to show you why. Imagine enjoying a couple feet of powder at 12,000ft and the next day surfing in the sun enjoying some Pacific waves. From East to West and South to North Chile has everything you could possibly want in a country. Our mission with every tour is to show you as much of it as possible in the short time we have with you.

Along with all of the culture we’ll be showing you we will also be guiding you to some of the best snow Chile has to offer. The eight resorts below are the main areas that we guide at. Along with the major Chilean resorts we also take our clients to pretty much anywhere and everywhere Chile as our tours are fully customizable to wherever you want to go.
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- Chile’s winters run as early as May and as late as October, the main months being July and August.
- Chile has one of the longest coastlines in the world at 4038 mi (6500km), but is also one of the skinniest at 221 mi (356km).
- The resort of Valle Nevado has the highest lift access in South America at 12,041ft (3,657m)
- A little less than half of the Chilean population lives in its capital city of Santiago.
- The Andes mountains are the longest mountain chain in the world at 4,300 mi (7,000km) and the second highest.with MT. Aconcagua at an astounding 22,841ft (6,962m).

Capital City: Santiago
Population: 18,732,630 app.
Total Area: 756,950 sq. km (470,346 mi)
Coastline: 6,435 km (3998 mi)
Type of Government: Republic
Currency: Chilean Peso
Climate: Temperate; desert in the north; Mediterranean in central region; cool and damp in the south
Primary Language: Spanish
Religions: Roman Catholic 89% Protestant 11%
Ethnic Groups: The major ethnic groups in Chile are mixed native American and European ancestry, and native american who make up 9%
Literacy Rate: very high at 96% and the majority of the younger population are proficient in English

Tall, Thin and Well Managed

Very much an anomaly in the wilds of South America, Chile is a prosperous and forward thinking nation that today holds free trade agreements with the European Union, the United States, Canada and South Korea. For years known as "The jaguar of the Latin America" Chile has developed a diverse economy based on mining, forestry, seafood, agriculture, wine and tourism.

You may ask yourself: How has such a seemingly 'string bean' of a land of barely 18 million people attracted such interest commerce from so many nations so far away?

Just imagine yourself a country that is 4337 km long and no wider than 400km in any place, full of diverse super natural geography. The Atacama Desert(driest in the world) to the North, a fertile central valley(bread, fruit, vegetable & wine basket of Chile), A lake district the length of Sweden to the South along with the wilds of Patagonia an area filled with mountains, volcanos and vast rivers. Even further to the South for the extreme adventurer theres the uncharted wonders of Antarctica. To the West the boarder is made up of the worlds longest mountain chain the Andes Mountains.
All squeezed into a narrow strip between the heights of the Andes and the Pacific Ocean.

There's only one way to see this all for yourself and thats to come on down!
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