No matter what you want – it’s in Chile.
Whether you're doing a Working Holiday in northern Chile or a Spanish course by the sea, helping street dogs in Santiago, working as a teacher at a rural school or ride with the Baqueanos through the wild Patagonia – sightseeing sites will be just a little time and a ticket away.
Cultural immersion for horse lovers
About 500 km south of Santiago you can expect a family atmosphere, a great team and authentic Chilean country life at Fernando and Sabine's stud farm. At this Farm Stay in Chile, you live on a beautiful located farm and take care of everything to do with the horses...
Chile’s most beautiful National Parks
With the exception of the tropics, Chile brings together all the climatic zones of the world over its approximately 4,300km length: from desert to high mountains, Mediterranean-like valleys, dense primeval forests to tundra-like steppes and icy glaciers, everything is there, including almost 3000 volcanoes and a seemingly endless coastline with secluded bays and either wild cliffs or quiet beaches.
Chile celebrates the Fiestas Patrias!
September is a very special month in Chile - not only because spring is beginning. You will notice that a flag is hoisted in front of or on every house, many windows are decorated, traditional music sounds from the speakers and around mid-September you will see children in traditional costumes on every street corner.
Our heart project: Volunteering on a Farm Sanctuary
In our volunteer project for animals in need you can show your big heart for animals. Help neglected and abused animals "get back on their feet", regain trust in humans and live dignified lives.
Genuinely Chilean: Carmenere Wine
Did you know that nowadays the Carmenère wine variety exists and is produced almost exclusively in Chile? This goes back to a historical coincidence: the wine was introduced to Chile from France in the mid-19th century and has been cultivated here ever since.
Long awaited, finally here: New school project
Your tasks are all about shaping and enriching the children's everyday school life. The intercultural exchange with teachers, children and families is very important. As a volunteer, you should be proactively involved in school and community life.
Our New Year’s resolution for 2021: live sustainably!
New Year’s Eve is still very fresh and we look forward to what 2021 holds. Of course, we also have good intentions which are more than just resolutions. We believe an attitude to life that should accompany us from now on. What is it? SUSTAINABILITY. A simple word with a lot of meaning.
New: Volunteering in Environmental Protection in Santiago
The "Parque Metropolitano" covers over 700 hectares in the middle of the capital! The park offers numerous hiking trails, playgrounds, swimming pools, mountain bike trails, a zoo, several themed gardens, a cable car and a funicular, picnic and barbecue areas and large areas of forest.
A Unique Spectacle – Tapati Festival on Easter Island
You were told that really big celebrations last three days? That´s very little compared to Rapa Nui´s 15 day Tapati Festival! Every year in February, the small island goes crazy and hosts one most the most spectacular events in the world. The unparalleled Tapati is celebrated to commemorate the arrival of the first Polynesian settlers.
New Volunteer Project: Pure Nature in Patagonia
The 3000 hectare nature reserve was funded by a private initiative. It lies about 3 hours by car and ferry from the nearest big city and 11 km from the nearest village in a fairytale-like beautiful, almost untouched landscape of jungle, lakes, clear rivers and beautiful mountains.
The Patagonian Summer Season is starting!
From late October to late March is high season in Patagonia, the climate is less rough and you can even get a sunburn on your nose! Our volunteer projects in Patagonia are running at full speed in summer and there is a lot to do for volunteers who love being outdoors!