International Moving to Chile
Moving company from Spain to Chile
Since 1988 we have made international removals between Spain and Chile, thanks to the agreement we have with different local moving companies in Chile. When a client requests the transfer from Spain, they turn to Mudinmar to make the shipment in Spain, send the goods to Chile and these companies are responsible for the transfer to the destination city, furniture assembly and unpacking of goods.
Moving services to Chile
We offer regular routes to Chile, including export packing services, furniture disassembly, unpacking at destination, parking and loading and unloading permits, storage, etc., all within the agreed period.
In addition to our staff in Spain, we have a team of advisors in Chile who will help you in everything related to your international move by sea, land or air (combined trips).
From MUDINMAR International Moving we can offer the following services in your international move to Chile and from Chile to Spain including the Canary and Balearic Islands.
Services in Chile after your move
Managed by our extensive network of agents, MUDINMAR International Movers offers you Storage services in Chile.
You can choose between a direct door-to-door service or the combined option (more economical) at all times, both in one and the other, you must take advantage of the pre-established trips on our routes.
The insurers do not cover the merchandise packed by the client, so we recommend carrying out all-risk insurance for your international move to Chile.
Main moving destinations to Chile
In Mudinmar we carry removals to the main provinces and regions of Chile: Santiago, Concepción, Valparaíso, La Serena and Temuco.
Chile is a country in the Americas located in the extreme southwest of South America. Its official name is the Republic of Chile and its capital is the city of Santiago, the political, economic and cultural center of the country, with more than six million inhabitants.
Chile is a long and narrow country, which stretches between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, and is the seventh South American country by size with a continental area of 756,096 km2
Economic and cultural situation of Chile
The Chilean economy is internationally known as one of the strongest in the continent. Despite having lived through different periods of crisis throughout its history, in recent years it has had significant growth, which has made it become a platform for foreign investments for other Latin American countries. Tourism has also been part of its growth, since since the 1990s it is one of the main resources of the country.
Chileans have an average schooling of 10 years and the illiteracy rate is one of the lowest in the continent with 3.9% of the population who cannot read and / or write. In counterpoint to this, Chile has had two Nobel Prizes for Literature: Gabriela Mistral and Pablo Neruda.
Climate in Chile
The particular extensive latitude of Chile makes it a country with a series of very diverse climates, influenced by the factors of latitude, altitude and the relief of the country.
For this reason, we can find from desert climates, such as the area of the North Grande, with low rainfall and an average of about 20ºC; stearic climates such as that of the Norte Chico area, where rainfall is irregular and has a temperature between 19 and 20 °; Mediterranean climate, such as that of the Central Zone of Chile, very dry and temperate and with greater rainfall in winter; or climate of the cold steppe, such as that of Patagonia Sur, with average rainfall of 425 mm, winds that can reach 30 km / hour and a variation in temperatures from 2ºC (winter) to 10ºC (summer).
Holidays in Chile
In addition to the traditional festivals, in Chile the day of the Sacred Heart is celebrated, and San Pedro and San Pablo, on June 13 and 29, respectively. On August 7 the battle of Boyaca is celebrated and on November 11 (Independence of Cartagena).
Where to go in Chile
- Atacama Desert: The famous Atacama Desert, considered the driest in the world, encompasses a huge region of northern Chile that offers varied options for adventure, rest and natural attractions.
- Santiago, Valparaíso and Surroundings: the capital of Chile is a box of surprises, where you can discover millions of people and varied attractions amid modern metropolis that mix traditions and culture, design stores with fine craft shops. A set of streets and neighborhoods where you will always have something to do.
- Lakes and Volcanoes: Imposing volcanoes, rivers and lakes is the combination offered by southern Chile, a territory of great scenic beauty, which includes the regions of Biobío, Araucanía, Los Ríos and Los Lagos.
- Patagonia: discover the mountains, fjords, glaciers, forests and steppes of one of the few places in the world that have not yet been altered by human hands. In addition, among so much nature, you can discover towns like Coyhaique, Punta Arenas and Puerto Natales, pioneer areas where you can breathe a livestock history and the style of the gaucho of Patagonia.
- Islands: there are countless islands that belong to Chile, but of these there are three that you can not miss: Easter Island, one of the most exotic points in the country, Robinson Crusoe and Chiloé, an archipelago that has a beautiful national park and Churches that were chosen by Unesco as World Heritage.
Transportation in Chile
- Plane: it has seven international airports (Arica-Iquique-Antofagasta-Easter Island-Santiago-Puerto Montt-Punta Arenas). The Santiago or Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez (SCL) airport is the most used and with international connections with North and South America, Europe and Oceania operating regularly.
- Buses or car: the entry points by land are the border crossings between Chile and its neighboring countries Peru, Bolivia and Argentina. Once inside Chile, we have a complete network of first level roads, highlighting the Pan-American Highway, nominated 5 north when it goes from Arica to Santiago, or 5 south when it goes from Santiago to Puerto Montt. This route joins most of the national territory.