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Travel and Tourism - Chile - May 2010

Chile, sometimes called the Switzerland of South America because of its stable economy and natural beauty, is considered a safe and secure destination. While other countries in the region have unstable economies, volatile currencies, corruption and safety issues, Chile has gone through impressive growth over the last decade. The country suffered from oppressive military dictatorship from 1973 until 1990 but is now a flourishing multi-party democracy. The country has the highest gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in Latin America and the government’s conservative policies have been supportive of investors.

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Table of contents

  1. Chile

    • Introduction

      • Data Sources

          • History
            • Geography
            • Attractions

              • Santiago
                • Valparaíso, Viña del Mar and La Serena
                  • Atacama Desert and Altiplano
                    • Lake District
                      • South Patagonia/Tierra del Fuego
                        • Easter Island
                          • Ski tourism
                            • National protected areas
                              • Figure 1: Number of visitors at top ten national protected areas, 2008
                          • Tourism and the Economy

                              • Figure 2: International tourism receipts, 2004-08
                              • Figure 3: Tourism expenditures, by source country, 2008
                              • Figure 4: Travel and tourism employment, 2005-09
                          • Arrivals

                            • International
                              • Figure 5: Total foreign tourist arrivals, 2000-09
                              • Figure 6: Total foreign tourist arrivals, 2008-09
                              • Figure 7: International tourist arrivals, by region, 2004-08*
                              • Figure 8: Arrivals from top ten source markets, by country of residence, 2004-08*
                            • Domestic
                              • Figure 9: Number of domestic arrivals and overnight stays in hotels and other accommodation, 2005-08
                          • Market Characteristics

                            • International
                              • Purpose of visit
                                • Figure 10: Purpose of visit by international visitors, 2004-08
                              • Seasonality
                                • Figure 11: International visitor arrivals, by month, 2008
                              • Length of stay
                                • Figure 12: Average length of stay, by main source countries, 2006-08
                              • Domestic
                                • Purpose of visit
                                  • Seasonality
                                    • Figure 13: Domestic visitor arrivals, by month, 2008*
                                  • Length of stay
                                  • Transport

                                      • Figure 14: International tourist arrivals, by type of transportation used, 2004-08
                                    • Air
                                      • Figure 15: Airport traffic in Chile (domestic and international passengers), 2005-09
                                      • Figure 16: International passenger traffic by airline, 2008-09
                                    • Road
                                      • Rail
                                        • Sea
                                        • Accommodation

                                            • Figure 17: Number of accommodation, rooms, beds and occupancy, 2004-08*
                                            • Figure 18: Number of rooms in tourism accommodation, by region, 2007-08*
                                        • Tourism News

                                          • What Next?

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                                            Travel and Tourism - Chile - May 2010

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