PRN: Breakfast and Workshop to Learn About Chile’s Patagonia Region

Breakfast and Workshop to Learn About Chile’s Patagonia Region

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Please join SERNATUR-The National Tourism Board of Chile, the Chamber of Tourism for Ultima Esperanza, and suppliers from Chile’s Magallanes and Antarctic region for a breakfast & workshop to learn about Chile’s Patagonia region.

Chile’s Magallanes and Antarctica is the largest and southern-most region of Chile, however, it is the second-least populated. It includes some of the nation’s most stunning landscapes, including: Torres del Paine, Cape Horn, Tierra del Fuego, the Straight of Magellan and a small region of Antarctica.

The destination is a base for adventure-seekers to live out some of the most exhilarating experiences on the planet. Hiking, ice-trekking, glacier gazing, mountain climbing, kayaking, biking, penguin spotting are some of the activities guests can expect to find in this wild part of the world.

You will be joined by several suppliers from the Magallanes/Antarctic region of Chile to assist you in expanding your business network. Following an informative breakfast presentation on Torres del Paine & Puerto Natales, we will host a supplier roundtable session. There will be a prize giveaway as well, and upon completion of the training guests will receive a certificate of completion.

This event is exclusive to the tourism-trade. Space is limited, so please RSVP as soon as possible. Please feel free to invite interested colleagues from your business as well (all attendees must have agent credentials). Upon registration, you shall receive a confirmation email. Thanks, and we look forward to seeing you!

Location: Bently Reserve, Farallon and Gateway rooms, 301 Battery Street, San Francisco, CA

Date: Thursday, August 16th, 2012

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.




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