“Heading to Robinson Crusoe Island. The land of Juan Fernández in Chile”, is the name of the particular route where near 300 people from 54 countries will get to know part of our country and its culture, following a path that combines both, adventure and knowledge. This is part of the “Ruta Quetzal BBVA”, cultural initiative that has taken thousands of Latin American people to know part of Spain, Portugal and America. Now is Chile’s turn.
It is already three months, since the small “Meridiano Sur Petit Hotel” is no longer a baby, shying away from the hustle and bustle of Santiago. It has become an energetic and vigorous youth. Pure renovating energy: a new form of tourism that was conceived and born in the form of a bet, a fresh alternative.