Pure! MICE - Chile

Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru

About Pure! MICE - Chile

Pure! Travel Group was founded by Bram Evers, from the Netherlands, who changed his home to Ecuador in 1997. Each one of our offices has a knowledgeable and highly motivated team looking forward to assisting partners with anything they need. Because of our experience, passion, and knowledge, Pure! has become the strategic partner of leading travel agencies from all over the world.

What Makes Us Unique

We are a leading DMC for 6 different countries in South America through tailor-made services. We work exclusively B2B. Efficient communication, transparency, and offering the best services are of paramount importance to us. Social and environmental responsibility is part of our DNA and we create unforgettable experiences with respect for nature, heritage, and local cultures.

Industry Involvement and Awards


Chile is an amazing destination as it offers ancient culture, amazing gastronomy, and welcoming locals – all of which help create a value-added experience.

In between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes the long, narrow country of Chile can be found. Worldwide, this beautiful country is known for its wines and spectacular landscapes. However, Chile offers many more hidden treasures in a surprisingly relaxed atmosphere. This, combined with its high connectivity with direct flights from all over the world, makes this destination ready to host an unforgettable incentive trip.

Key areas around Chile

  • Santiago
  • Atacama Desert
  • Patagonia National Park
  • Easter Island
  • Chiloe Island
  • Valparaiso

Why Chile?

  • Chile is the second longest country in the world.
  • Chile has been declared world’s leading adventure tourism destination by the World Travel Awards for 5 years in a row.
  • Chile is a world class wine destination. It is the 5th largest exporter and 9th largest producer worldwide, specialized in the Carmenere Grape.
  • Easter Island is the world’s most remote island and owns 887 human-shaped figures carved in volcanic stone known as Moai statues.
  • World’s oldest known mummies were found in Chile.

What's new in Chile

  • Explora opened a new lodge in Patagonia National Park in October 2021. Explora seeks to ensure the continuation of the work begun by the Tompkins Conservation Foundation.
  • Chile was awarded in the Travvy Awards 2021, as an adventure tourism destination and a destination for cruises.
  • Boragó, was named among the 50 best restaurants in Latin America. This recognition is due to the innovative proposals of its chef and owner Rodolfo Guzmán, who describes his style as “endemic cuisine”, based on centuries-old products and techniques.