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Farm Stay

​Farm Stay ​on a Touristic Farm

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​Chile has become a hot spot for farm holidays in recent decades. Unending expanses provide a cowboy feeling, untouched jungles awaken the spirit of adventure. The originality of many farms has a very special attraction on tourists.

In the central region, there are many colonial haciendas (traditional farmhouses) and wineries that have opened their gates to tourists, offering horseback riding in the countryside, cosy guest rooms and restaurants. In southern Chile, there are rather small hidden family run farms in fairy-tale landscape, while in the vastness of Patagonia, many former Estancias (sheep farms) were turned into well-frequented tourism establishments with a wide range of excursions.

If you love being in the outdoors, if you like horses and other animals, and enjoy working in client service, then this kind of farm work is for you. At your Farm Stay in Chile you will surrounded by nice people, amazing nature and lots of animals. Keep in mind that many program sites are remote, so you can not expect the same diversity of leisure time as in a city. Instead, you will have a lot of fresh air, beautiful landscapes, inner peace and cultural integration.

Farming on a tourist farm will take on many varied tasks. You should be diligent and responsible, sociable and flexible. In general, you will deal with horse as well as with tourists, helping to work in the stables as well as giving service to guest.

When you submit your application, you are welcome to share your expectations and wishes regarding your placement. We will then focus on it as best we can. Your individual program description will be send to you after we have completed the placement process. So, before you book your farm stay you will have further information on location, tasks, working hours, accommodation, etc.










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