The Central Zone of Chile includes one of the 5 geographic divisions of the national territory and includes the Metropolitan, O’Higgins, Maule and Biobío Regions and part of the Valparaíso Region.

With about 79% of the country’s population, the Central Zone of Chile is the most populous. In addition, it is notable for concentrating the largest economic activities and being the area where the various powers of the nation are developed: executive, legislative and judicial. Covering different regions, the Central Zone is characterized by a special climate associated with a Mediterranean one.

With the presence of beaches, mountains, valleys and fields, the Central Zone is one of the most popular places for those who want to develop various outdoor activities, engage in adventure tourism or simply learn about the culture and history of the country. With this in mind, we look forward to your email: 🙂

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Two Women Riding Horses and facing the mountains in the Andes, Chile.