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Travel with us to the stars … by travelArt - Chile

The “eye of the world” – Astrotourism in Chile

Observe constellations, planets, shooting stars, and all kinds of celestial bodies in the spectacular Chilean skies – the clearest in the entire southern hemisphere.

Chile enjoys more than 300 clear days per year, and, with little or no light pollution in the north, conditions are ideal for stargazing under open skies.

To immerse yourself even more deeply in the starry world, visit one of the many astronomical observatories with varying degrees of precision and depth, which allow visitors to see the wonders of the universe in detail.

With over 70% of the world’s astronomical infrastructure, Chile is the astronomical capital of the world.

On this occasion, we invite you to learn more about astrotourism in Chile. Make an appointment by email with our Co-Sales Manager Soledad Schilling and reserve online training on this topic.

The travelArt team shows you the magic of Chile

With breathtaking pictures, the travelArt team accompanies you on a virtual journey from the Atacama Desert in the north of Chile to the central region and lake district to Patagonia in the south of the country. We will also take you to discover the culture-rich Easter Island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

Experience the contrasting landscapes as they are only found in Chile and be enchanted by the impressive pictures/ Here you can find almost every type of climate of the world in one single country.

Take yourself on a dream trip to Chile…

Soon we will travel again with you to this wonderful country.

We are looking forward to seeing you!

Safe travelling in Chile with travelArt – certified by Sernatur and WTTC

Various companies offering tourist services have obtained the “Confianza Turística” certificate through Sernatur, which guarantees compliance with health protocols in order to operate in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

There are currently over 2,000 hotels, campsites and services in Chile that have obtained this so-called “sello Covid” certification, thus committing themselves to responsible and safe tourism.

We are pleased to inform you that travelArt has also received this stamp.

In addition, we have also received the “Safe travels” certificate from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).

This stamp stands for compliance with global protocols, so that safe travel can be resumed as soon as restrictions are lifted. It is the first global health and safety stamp for travel and tourism specifically developed for COVID-19.

This will enable travelers and travel agencies to identify companies around the world that have implemented health and safety protocols and comply with the WTTC protocols for safe travel.

LATAM & Sky – More national and international flights

Step by step, the sky is opening up again for international flights.

LATAM has already resumed flights to 12 cities within Chile. The airline also flies from Santiago to 9 international destinations: Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Montevideo, São Paulo, Guayaquil, Bogota, Miami, Los Angeles, New York, and Madrid.

According to LATAM, other international routes will be reactivated from October onwards, including the operation in three Colombian cities, Mexico, Peru, and Ecuador.

Due to the global situation, travellers can purchase a “flexible” air ticket, which leaves room for possible changes.

As of 28 September, the government is allowing inter-regional travel between regions that are no longer in quarantine (phase 3-5). As such, the airline SKY has reactivated all its domestic routes and is also resuming flights to Peru and Brazil.

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