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Travel Helpers South_America (43 Travel Helpers) Chile

There are currently 28 Travel Helpers for Chile. Please remember that these Travel Helpers provide information on a volunteer basis and when they take the time to help you that a thank you is highly appreciated! They are listed below in order of their last activity on Travellerspoint.

Utrecht

As it is one of my favorite countries, I know a lot of many places in Chile. Especially the northern and southern most parts have my interest: Atacama and Patagonia.

pipita

I can help with the language, and city tours, and tip of the Santiago capital of Chile, maybe i can help with tips of other cities.
Anything contact me

vagamundo

Travelled the Chilean fjords for many years and know about all the villages along the way, from Puerto Montt to Punta Arenas.

rolivares

Chileno y viajero, puedo ayudar en lo que sea a los viajeros que pretenden visitar Chile.

kamuria

information about trips and hotels specially in the north of chile, also bolivia and peru

CanadaKid

Hanging out in the north:
Arica,Iquique (including paragliding),Calama.

fedelelok

I recently visited the north of Chile, Have some info about prices, places to visit, transportation, etc

fasolo

I work as a personal assistant and travel partner for foreigners coming on business, tourism, or to live. Ask any question about Chile, and if I don't know the answer, I'll research it... I'll always try to help you out.

chileanxp

Alex Maureira, Professional tourist guide in Santiago of Chile, I can advise you what to do, where to stay and helping you to optimized your time and money.

chemukh

I live in Santiago, but have lived in all the north of the country. Any question I could help, I'll be glad

jmtrier

I will be hiking the "W" circuit in Torres Del Paine National Park in the next couple of weeks. Regarding water...is the water safe to drink from the streams? Do you recommend purifying and filtering it before consuming? We will be staying in the Refugios within the park....are you able to buy bottled water at these stops? Is the water safe to drink in these places as well?

Thanks for any help!
Jennifer

PtoMontt

South of Chile, Northpatagonia, Lake District, Puerto Montt

Zappo

Although I am not use to backpack in my country I have lived here nearly all my life and visited quite a few places.

ChileGuide

The Chilean Tourism Network is a community formed by professional tourist guides from CHILE specialized in different areas of our country; this time offering our advices from the area of Atacama Desert; Lakes District, Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt ; Patagonia, Punta Arenas and Torres del Paine.

Our mission : is helping the English speaking traveler ,with your next trip to this areas of Chile and giving you the details and advices which you must know to make your travel experience the best as possible according your needs and budget.Eventhough English is not our native language, due to, we are 100% Chileans , we try to give the most honest advice, in spite of all our grammar mistakes!

dilanstipe

I live here. Any doubt i would give my best to answer it!

fernanda.k

Hello! I've been travelling around Chile (Santiago/Pucón/Puerto Varas/Punta Arenas/Puerto Natales) and Argentina (El Calafate and Buenes) on March 2008. Wonderful places!!! If you need any info or help, let me know!

zulo

Hi.....all..
I can tell you to much things about CHILE....desert, culture, capital, valley...and much more, If you want to know something, only ask me....

Zulo...

rouvnico

I run a backpackers tour operator and spanish school in south of Chile , in the city of Puerto Varas , a quiet little town near by the Llanquihue lake. Any informations you will need about the lakes district , all out door activities you can do here , as rafting , sea kayak , canyoning , trekking , horse riding ...from half day to 8 days treap.
If you want to learn spanish and enjoy south america , ask anything you want to know.
info@margouya.com
saludos Nicolas.

MAUGE

I run petite Bed & Breakfast family guest house in the heart of Santiago city.
Room: double or single
Offering genuine budget accommodation, it's a private, convenient and safe home-like atmosphere, located in the quiet residential street, with no traffic noise
Providencia area is quiet and safe area, either excellent public transportation lines or walking-distance subway station will take you to any spot in the city .
This is a perfect accommodation for long or short stays in Santiago, since we offer an independent, comfortable, clean guestroom ( home studio –like) ensuite bathroom, colour TV and free internet access ( bring notebook), fridge, queen size bed, full lining, guest kitchen, and a garage to house a 4 x 4 vehicle. We only take cash ( Euros or US Dollars). Passengers should be over 18 years old. Not pets.
Spanish / English spoken.
If you are looking for nice, cosy lodging at a reasonable price, don’t hesitate to contact at: brujita.mer@gmail.com

kdsd22

I am currently studying abroad in Santiago Chile and have traveled around a fair bit in the south including Torres del Paine as well as the surrounding areas of Santiago so I can help with many things from visas to how to get to Viña del Mar to hiking the W at Torres del Paine.

mmartinez

I was born in Chile and have lived there on and off for 15 years. I can help with general questions and specific questions about Santiago (Chile's capital).

Rodstengl

I can help people planning a trip to chile by giving information about weather, routes, places of interest, hotels, apart hotels, tours, maps, etc.

reta

I can provide specific information for travelling in Chile, from the north including San Pedro de Atacama, to the central zone including Wineries, Valparaiso and Santiago, and also Lakes District, Chiloe Archipelago, Austral Way and Patagonia(Torres del Paine Park).
Also Easter Island and Juan Fernandez archipelago.

Shelldon

Did some independent traveling to the southern region of Chile. Punta Arenas, Torres Del Paine, Puerto Natales and Los Glaciares in Argentina. Also spent time in Pucon and Santiago. I can help with photo locations, good places to stay and how to get around questions. Just ask.

anabellee

I lived in Antofagasta for a year, can help with just about anything in the Atacama desert.

ctylke

I studied in Santiago de Chile for 6 months and traveled extensively throughout the country, as well as venturing into Argentina and Bolivia. Would love to give recommendations and share ideas.

abearc

I live and work in Chile. I have extensive knowledge of the ski and surf industry

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