Conservation Efforts in Chile

Posted by on October 17th, 2012

The following article I wrote on environmental conservation in Chile was published by the International Ecotourism Society last month. As home to both one of the fastest growing, most developed economies in South America, and also some of the most beautiful landscapes and pristine, untouched nature in the world, Chile finds itself in a delicate […]

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Great 1-Day Escapes from Santiago, Chile

Posted by on August 1st, 2012

Nearly all visitors to Chile pass through Santiago at some point during their trip.  The city’s reputation has improved dramatically in the last few years, and there are also some very worthwhile day trips that can be taken.  Here are some of the top day trip options for those looking to get outside the hustle and bustle […]

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Chile’s San Pedro de Atacama – Not Just Another Desert!

Posted by on June 26th, 2012

Many Americans skip the town of San Pedro de Atacama in northern Chile, reasoning that they’ve already seen deserts in the western U.S. Most visitors to the area are Europeans. My fellow Americans, having been there, I can tell you that you are missing something special. The Atacama Desert is the driest in the world […]

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3 Outstanding Lodges In Torres del Paine National Park

Posted by on June 15th, 2012
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When you travel to the southern extreme of the continent to experience the wild, natural beauty of Patagonia, you’ll have some quite extraordinary options for places to stay. Having recently come back from an inspection trip, here are my top 3 picks for a lodge-based trip in Torres del Paine National Park (the jewel of […]

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