In the past decade, Chile has made huge strides towards becoming not only a leader in Latin America, but in the world. The country has more than doubled its per capita income over the last ten years and has managed to reduce national poverty levels to 13.7%, a lower percentage than the United States. Chile’s friendly business atmosphere, stability, and safe environment have encouraged many large multinational companies to establish South American headquarters in the country’s capital of Santiago. Chile holds the most bilateral trade agreements in the world, including strong agreements with Australia, the United States, China, Japan, and the European Union.

Destinations: Santiago, Valparaiso & Viña del Mar, Puerto Montt & Puerto Varas, San Pedro de Atacama, Patagonia