The Chile Information Project – CHIP

CHIP is a definitive news, information and travel resource for Chile. We guide tours and arrange vacations for tourists while providing up-to-date information on Chile for those doing business here or living for an extended period of time. CHIP also deals with pertinent social issues including the environment and human rights in Chile.

Travel and Tours

The Chile Information Project provides complete travel services for all of Chile, with updated information for all the most important tourist destinations (and some of the least known). Contact CHIP for travel packages, tours and hotels throughout Chile.

News and Information

The Chile Information Project is a definitive source of news and information on Chile. In addition to listing popular Spanish language media, CHIP produces The Santiago Times; Chile’s largest English Language Newspaper.

Living in Chile

Useful information on living and working in Chile. Learn historical and factual information about Chile. If you are an English speaker considering coming to Chile for a lengthy stay, this is an important starting point for orientation.

Environmental Report

An overview of Chile’s remarkable and extremely varied environment, focusing on the biospheres found in each part of the country and issues of environmental concern.

Human Rights Legacy

Creation of the CHIP human rights site – «Derechos Chile» – was funded by the Ford Foundation and chronicles the year-by-year history of the 17-year military regime that crushed the democratically elected government of socialist President Salvador Allende on September 11, 1973. The site gives a full accounting and complete time-line of all the major events that occurred during the Pinochet dictatorship.

Derechos Humanos

La creación del sitio web sobre derechos humanos de CHIP – «Derechos Chile» – fue financiada por la Fundación Ford y revive año a año la historia de los 17 años de dictadura militar que destituyó el gobierno socialista democráticamente electo del Presidente Salvador Allende el 11 de septiembre de 1973. El sitio recorre, incluyendo una completa línea de tiempo, todos los eventos de mayor relevancia que ocurrieron durante la dictadura de Augusto Pinochet.