Video: Chile With a Tour Guide, Part 1: Culture


This is the first part in Kelley Ferro’s three-part video series on Chile in tandem with Rebecca Rhyan.

Rebecca Rhyan knows all too well the challenges of visiting Chile, and after traveling there three times and planning many trips, she knows how to master them. Rebecca is the Senior Destination Specialist for luxury operator Cox & Kings, The Americas, so she’s one of the best people to talk to if you want to make the most of your time visiting this country.

My team sent her down to Chile with a camera crew to show us some Chilean cultural highlights, from colorful Valparaiso to historic Santiago to the pastoral Chiloe Island. You can view the first episode of the
eye-opening series, brought to you by the 
United States Tour Operators Association, right here.

In part two: Adventure.


For more on Chile with Cox & Kings, check out their itineraries here.

Kelley Ferro

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Kelley Ferro
Kelley is an award-winning TV personality, experienced travel journalist & social media influencer. Obsessed with world travel (and Indiana Jones) since childhood, she parlayed that passion into her career, starting at 19 as a National Geographic intern. She went on to be the Director of Tripfilms.com, and now she is the producer & host of several web series, which feature hotels, tours and destinations across the globe. Her shows focus on the local experience, the world’s best hotels and the best in every destination. Join her on her jetsetting adventures via Kelley Ferro’s YouTube channel, or her Instagram.

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