Chile <3

Come chill in Chile! B^)

Reviews :)

"Fanomanal view with the sweetest people!" - Tripadvisor.com

"Deffinatly going back...The views were to die for.. not excited to leave :( - Tripadvisor.com

Survival List! = ^.^ =

Survival List!!!

If you’re going to the mountains…

  • Coats

  • Long sleeves

  • Hiking shoes/tennis shoes

  • water

  • Quick snacks!

If you’re going to the "beachy" area..


  • Flip-flops

  • bathing suits

  • sunscreen

  • beach towels

  • water

Top Ten Things to do in Chile @>->

1. Fantasilandia- Amusement Park, located in the corner of O’higgins Park in Santiago, Chile. Fun for the family and great rides and games.

2. Torres Del Paine National Park- mountains, glaciers, lakes, and rivers in southern Chilean Patagonia. The Cordillera del Paine is the centerpiece of the park, it has breathtaking veiws and unforgettable sights for you and your family.

3.Chilean National Zoo-Many different types of animals, good for little kids and family.

4.Fiesta de la Tirana- Fiesta de la Tirana is an annual festival held in the locality of La Tirana in Tarapacá Region of northern Chile. The celebration takes place on July 16 in honor of Virgen del Carmen. A fun party that will create unforgettable memories.

5. Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos- Fun to watch a soccer game with your family and friends in the nice weather.

6. Bahía Inglesa- a village and beach, nice way to get outside and to tan and swim in the ocean

7.Mano del Desierto- One of the 7 wonders of the world. Amazing sculpture you and your family would love to see.

8.Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts- great way to look in the Chilean culture and see their art.

9. Very Large Telescope- You and your family can see outer space in a very clear way.

10.Conguillío National Park- in the Andes mountains, has breathtaking veiws and is a great place for hiking.


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Economy

Chili has an amazing economy, in fact its one of the strongest in Latin America! They rely heavily on their mining so if you go there expect to leave with some jewelry! Chili’s people love considerable foreign investors, and they do fairly well with health care, educational, and economical ways of life. There economic growth remains strong. Chili’s people are very generous and everyone has a great heart. Chili has a wide range of programs to help the poor, including helping out low income schools and giving permanent houses to the homeless. Chili has the most amazing fruits, fruit smoothies, and, fruit drinks.

Chile Goverment & Culture =^..^=

The culture in Chile is an exciting and diverse lifestyle. Chile's population is 17,216,945. The official language of Chile is Castellana (Spanish), but English is taught in many schools. Common foods in Chile are seafood, chicken, beef, beans, potatoes, eggs, and corn. Common favorites are Empanadas de Horno (fried pockets filled with beef, hard boiled eggs, onions, olives, and raisins) and Pastel de Choclo (a baked meal of beef or chicken, onions, corn, eggs, and spices). Favorites also include Poratos Granadas, Cazuela de Ava, and Sopaipillas. Chile is also known for many things. Gabriela Mistrel and Pablo Neruda both won the Nobel Peace Prize for their poetry. European music and art also represent Chile. Chile celebrates a lot of the holidays we celebrate here in the states, like Christmas, New Year’s Day, and Easter. But they also celebrate their own holidays, like Independence Day (September 18).

The Government in Chile is much like our own. Chile’s government is a Multi-Party Democracy. There are 15 numbered regions in Chile. The regions include Tarapaca, Antofagasta, Atacama, Coquimbo, Valparaíso, Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins, Maule, Bio Bio, La Araucanía, Las Lagos, Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo, Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena, Los Rios, Arica y Parinacota, Santiago Metropolitan. The Senate includes 38 members. The Chamber of Deputies serves a four-year term and includes 120 members. Both houses are elected by voting. In the past, voting was mandatory, and those who chose not to vote were fined. Today, however, voting is voluntary. Chile respects freedom of speech, religion, and education.

History

Chile is an amazing country, and it’s interesting history is what makes it the country it is today. This country has a high privatized education system. So you may run into some smart people while you are there! They also are one in a couple countries that has a female president, and her name is Michelle Bachelet. She was also re elected for president in 2013. When she was re elected, she promised to work on the narrowing gap between rich and poor, she also is trying to work on free education to everyone! They also have a great economy. This is because since in most of the 20th century, Chile’s government focused on promoting economic growth as well as fixing social problems. From this amazing and also interesting history, Chile has formed a great place that you will love to visit on your vacation.


Michelle Bachelet is Chile’s President.



Chile is an independent country full of great things. But Chile had to work hard to get the freedom that they deserved. In 1536 Diego de Almagro claimed Chile as a part of the Spanish Empire. For many years, Chile was apart of the Spanish Empire until 1810, when they decided to start fighting for their freedom.They had to fight for what they deserved, so unfortunately, they had to go into war. Luckily, they won the war. Ever since that war, Chile has been a free and independent country that will be an unforgettable vacation spot for you and your friends and family.

Chile won the war. The war was called, “ War of the Pacific”