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Araucarias in Quinquen, Chile

What do you look for when you travel? Rest, disconnect, and learn.

What do you look for when you travel? Rest, disconnect, and learn.


by Jorge Narbona


Fishing in Chaihuin
Fishing in Chaihuin

When we ask our travelers why they like traveling, what kind of tourism they are looking for, the answers are diverse, of course, because everyone has different tastes and interests. However, there are certain characteristics that are common to all of us, the same ones you will find in Travolution Travel.


When we travel, we all look for new places; other cultures; different experiences; sharing with the family and children in different contexts; trying other gastronomies, knowing iconic places, but also unknown ones; disconnecting and resting; and of course, our beloved NATURE.


TRAVOLUTION TRAVELS, DISCONNECTION AND REST


When we design your trips, we think about these characteristics because we know what you are looking for and it is what we like, too.


We want that when you travel you can forget about everything, forget about the time and the day of the week and that you give yourself totally to the present and the experience. We believe that this is the true way to disconnect and enjoy yourself.


What could be better than doing it in places surrounded by pristine nature, far from the masses of people and with the possibility of meeting their historical inhabitants, who can teach you about those territories, ecosystems, and ancestral life systems?!


“If you’re looking to travel as a family, with your children, they can go and rest in a hut in Chaihuin. In the morning you’ll go to shellfish in the rocks with Señora Teo, who will teach you and your children how to get food from the sea.”


TRAVELING AS A FAMILY, A COUPLE OR WITH FRIENDS? IT DOESN’T MATTER, YOU LEARN ANYWAY.


No matter who you travel with, you can give yourself fully to this experience according to what you want to learn and enjoy. When traveling with Travolution, learning is not theoretical, it is experiential.


If you like history, you will have the opportunity to talk with Don Cresencio in the Pehuenche community of Quinquén and listen to the untold story about their struggle, loss, and recovery of their homelands, where they live connected as mother and son through the umbilical cord. Beautiful and moving stories.


Mapuche worldview talk in Nahuelbuta
Mapuche worldview talk in Nahuelbuta

If you like cultures, you can weave, cook, and talk about the worldview of different native peoples. Together with Manuel in Nahuelbuta, you will sit by the fire, prepare a mate and talk about how the Mapuche relate politically and socially, what their connection to nature is, and much more.


If you are looking for nature, you will approach its ecosystem from the mouths of those who have related to it for years. If you go to Chiloé, our friend Chono-Williche, Javier, will tell you that the tireless and penetrating cry of the Chucao, indicates that there will be heavy rains.


If you are looking to travel as a family, with your children, they can go and rest in a cabin in Chaihuin. In the morning, you will go to shellfish in the rocks with Señora Teo, who will teach you and your children how to get food from the sea. Then you will go together to the kitchen to prepare these delicacies and enjoy them at lunch. In the afternoon, you will be quietly resting and in the evening, who knows, while your children are sleeping, you and your partner will enjoy an exquisite bath in jars, with something to nibble, something to drink and get romantic.

When traveling with Travolution, learning is not theoretical, it is experiential.


AND YOU, WHY DO YOU TRAVEL?


These are some experiences you can find on Travolution trips. The options and combinations are endless. But one thing is for sure, the communities will be waiting for you with open arms. Furthermore, we guarantee that besides learning, enjoying and disconnecting, you will be contributing to the local and sustainable development of the communities.


And you, why do you travel? Write to us to tell us what you are looking for on your next trip and let us help you.

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