Chile

Don't be silly, come to Chile.

Guarenteed everywhere will be a fun adventure!

Chilean Culture

Chilean culture is of rural and agrarian origin, where horsemen, the Huaso of Central Chile, are the most emblematic symbol. While Chile has a geographically diverse territory, the lifestyle of the Central Chile has not been possible everywhere and different customs exists towards the north and south of Chile. Additionally, while some regions of Chile have very strong indigenous heritage, such as Araucania region, Easter Island, and Arica y Parinacota Region , some regions lacks considerable indigenous communities and a few other regions have noteworthy non-Spanish European immigrant heritage. The national dance of Chile is called the Cueca dance and is is a big a part of the Chilean culture.

Chile Government

The Chilean Government is based on a democratic republican framework. The president of Chile is Both the 'head of state' and 'head of government in Chile. The Judicial branch of Chile functions independently. The legislative powers are vested both with the Government and the National Congress of Chile. All branches are run very neatly and considerately.

10 Item Necessity List

1. Passport- To be able to enter and leave a country, shows country of citizenship

2. Sweater- weather there is very unpredictable and it is best to layer

3. Water Proof Jacket- never know when it will rain

4. Pair of Walking Shoes- to get from place to place, their might be a small hike

5. Sunglasses- the sun is very bright there

6. Medicine -in case it is not available there

7. Camera- beautiful scenery to capture special memories

8. Plug converter- there different types of electrical outlets

9. Visa- Legal permission to travel to a country

10. Pocket dictionary- useful to help with language barriers and to help understand someone!

Kody-

A white five-pointed star in the center representing a guide to progress and honor; blue symbolizes the sky, white is for the snow-covered Andes, and red represents the blood spilled to achieve independence. Also, the design was influenced by the US flag explaining why the Chilean flag has the colors red, white, and blue.

10 activities to do in chile

  • Go stargazing in Valle del Elqui
  • Go surfing at Pichilemu
  • Go bike-riding around Pucon
  • Climb the volcano in Pucon
  • White water rafting in Futaleufu
  • Hitch-hike the Carraterra highway
  • Visit Parque Nacional Queulat
  • Eat German food at Lago Llanquihue and Sorroundings
  • Go swimming in near oceans or lakes
  • Try the local lomito’s (which are sandwiches)

Maya- Five Famous People From Chile

Maria Teresa Ruiz

  • Chilean Astronomer
  • First Women to win the National Science Award
  • Born in Santiago, Chile
  • September 24, 1946

Matias Duarte

  • Inventor, Computer Scientist
  • Software inventor and is the director of Android Operating System at Google.
  • Graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park
  • Born in Talca, Chile in 1978
Mega Quake! Iquique, Chile 2014?

Maya- Economy

  • Their freedom score is 78.7
  • One of the ten freest economies in the index
  • has a 4 percent average tariff rate
  • independent judiciary

Maya- Current Events

  • Deportes Iquique went against Huachipato for the final of Cope Chile yesterday