Chile and the Ocean

Heritage

25-06-2015

Stairways in Caleta Tortel

Those who arrive to CaletaTortel in southern Chilewill certainly discover something interesting: The houses in this town are connected by a maze of wooden walkways, offering a magical aspect to this remote locality. (more…)

Marine Biodiversity

25-06-2015

Chile, a WhaleSanctuary

There are 43 species of whales that live in or pass through Chilean waters.

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Marine Conservation

25-06-2015

The vast Chilean coast is rich in species, but that biodiversity is not free from threats. This is why the Marine Investigation Station of the Universidad Católica de Chile designated a marine conservation area that, (more…)

Birds

25-06-2015

Birds decorate our sky, waters and coastlines. Some of them are native, and others come to visit. This video shows the life of birds in Chile. (more…)

Sports

25-06-2015

The Spirit of Surf in Arica

In a country with over 4,300 kilometers of coast,the ocean is a permanent fixture in Chile. The quality of the waves combined with an excellent climate have allowed for the development of ideal locations for surfing, including Chinchorro beach in Arica. (more…)

Product Development

25-06-2015

The Port of San Antonio

Exports and imports are important elements of the Chilean economy, and most of these activities are concentrated in the Port of San Antonio. Marco Leiva, the Director of Protection, guides us in a journey through this port that was the first of its kind in the country, (more…)

Gastronomy

25-06-2015

Chile: Food and Traditions

There are unique traditions and customs from every corner of Chile,inviting you to participate.

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Nature and Tourism

25-06-2015

Chile: The Deep Sea

Chile is one of the 25 zones with the most marine biodiversity in the world, with more than 10,000 marine species. The Humboldt current, with relatively cold water but rich in oxygen and organisms, allows the development of a unique flora and fauna.

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