I'm originally from Switzerland, but now I live in Chile. Some years ago I traveled all around South America and fell in love with Chile's culture and its incredible landscapes! So I came back to live in Chile, and since then I have spent my free time traveling and getting to know always a bit more of the country, and it will be my pleasure to share those experiences with you!
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"We operate all around Chile with possible extensions to nearby countries such as Argentina and Bolivia.
From North to South of Chile we are focused in ecotourism and responsible tourism by taking care of the environment and in addition of local communities through a friendly dynamic between participants and hosts, focusing on a welcoming, unique and personalized experiences! "
How did you get involved in travel?
"When I worked as a waitress, I had the opportunity to meet people from all over the world. This experience piqued my interest in other cultures and inspired me to study tourism. Since then, I've traveled all over the world, with a focus on Latin America. Now I live and work in Chile! I really love to get to know new places and new people, and I love to share my passion and knowledge with travelers. "
Featured trips & expertise
Chile is a world-renowned destination, filled with scenic high-altitude deserts, culturally rich cities, and vast expanses of Patagonian wilderness. This list answers the most common questions asked by travelers to Chile, from what to pack to how to get around.
This is the magical month in Chile when spring transitions to the summer season making for some stunning weather all the way from north to south. The first half of the month is still quiet—ideal for outdoor activities in the Lake District and Patagonia—and then things start bustling around the holidays, especially Valparaiso, which puts on a big New Years Bash. Find out what to do and where to go with this December guide.
Outdoor adventurers rejoice because we've curated a 15-day itinerary that covers the unparalleled natural beauty of Chile. First, you'll head to the far north of the country and tour the otherworldly landscapes of the Atacama Desert. Then it's off to Patagonia and Torres del Paine National Park, home to the most awe-inspiring mountains and unspoiled nature in Chile. You'll then finish the journey far west in the Pacific, amid the mysterious stone idols of Rapa Nui, also known as Easter Island.
This 15-day itinerary packs a lot of punch for those keen on experiencing as much Chilean nature as possible. Start off with some urban culture before flying south to frolic with thousands of penguins. Next, you’ll spend several days trekking in one of the most beautiful national parks in the world. Finish in northern Patagonia's Aysén region for glaciers and marble cave formations you won't soon forget.
This 13-day trip combines two bucket-list items in Chile rarely visited by tourists. Kick off with a day in Santiago before you’re jetting off again—this time to the South Pacific. Halfway between Tahiti and Chile, Easter Island is graced with white sand beaches and 600+ mysterious statues carved from volcanic rock. The second half of the trip takes place in a high-altitude desert on the mainland for sand dunes, geysers, hot springs, and starry skies—perfect for sipping Chilean wine.
Recent trip reviews for Marina
Exploring Santiago & the Atacama Desert - 7 Days · Chile - Mar 16 - Mar 22, 2019
Marina was very tentative from the very beginning. She’s very responsive and explained very details to us. At first I was a bit nervous using online travel agent since we didn’t have any in person interaction but after a while Marina made us feel very comfortable. I would recommend Kimkim to my friends and our future adventures.