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November 5, 2019

As with any country, first-time visitors to Chile will be interested in trying out all the different foods that Chile has to offer. Typical Chilean cuisine is available in most restaurants, in family-owned cafes, and food stands, and while each region has its own speci...

October 17, 2019

Whether you’re living in Chile or just traveling through it, you’ll probably take a bus at some point. Bus transport through Chile is safe, efficient, and generally inexpensive, with routes to almost every major city and many rural areas as well.

City-to-city buses

These...

October 10, 2019

At Consult Chile, we strive to provide the best immigration and travel planning services to clients of every nationality. With Chile being one of the most advanced countries in South America, visitors love coming to discover its varied landscapes, unique culinary exper...

May 11, 2019

While Chile can be considered a first-world country, there are still many aspects of daily life and commerce, which could not be found in most first-world countries, that are allowed to flourish thanks to cultural traditions and the absence of regulation. One of these...

April 4, 2019

When I moved to Chile one of the first things I realized was just how lost I was when buying beef. If you try to translate the names of the various cuts, you’ll get even more confused—there’s lomo vetado, “vetoed loin”, huachalomo or “orphan loin”, malaya or “Maylasian...

March 9, 2019

Chile may not have the most well-known culinary tradition compared to many countries, but one area of cuisine in which this country has distinguished itself is with it’s bread. Chileans eat between 86 and 95 kilograms of bread per year, making them the second highest b...

January 18, 2019

As with many fields which are being advanced worldwide, Chile is among the first countries in South America to participate in the worldwide rollout of 5G. The 5G network generally operates at frequencies which have known military applications and previously have been u...

November 17, 2018

Most of Chile’s immigration laws are from legislation passed in 1975, but in the last couple of years there has been a push for updated policies that reflect current immigration trends. One of the first changes to be put into effect has been new visa categories. These...

August 15, 2018

Among Chile’s many exports, one that doesn’t get much attention is GM (genetically modified) seeds, mainly corn, soy, and rapeseed. For several decades, Chile has maintained an unusual position on the cultivation and use of GM products: while farmers are allowed to gro...