In recent years, Chile has made huge progress for gender equality! Just this year we had the biggest feminist march ever and Congress passed an anti-street harassment law. We are so excited to share all of this with you! Join this tour to discover the thrilling history of feminism in Chile. Visit iconic sites that reveal a movement that continues fighting for a more fair and inclusive country. By joining this tour, you'll donate 10% of your booking to a nonprofit working to end sexual harassment. In addition, you'll receive a free Green or Purple Bandana, symbols of the feminism in Latin America. You'll visit a store owned by two women that sells Chilean products only, as well as a coffee shop & bar where we'll enjoy a glass of beer/wine! Included - Feminist Bandana - 10% donation to a non-profit - Chilean wine or local craft beer! Non-alcoholic beverage available - Pack to Continue Learning Itinerary - National Archive - San Francisco Church - La Moneda Palace - Paseo Bandera - Plaza de Armas - Santiago Cathedral - Barrio Lastarria - La Tienda Nacional - Colmado Coffee & Bar - Store Japi Jane - and more! This tour is part of the company Tours with Meaning, which offers tours with a positive impact focused on fascinating topics. Facebook & Instagram @TourswithMeaning Twitter @tourswmean
Hi!, I'm Monse, founder of Tours with Meaning! I'm deeply passionate about advocacy and human rights, which motivated me to create this feminist tour. Chile has made huge progress and we are tackling new challenges so I'm thrilled to share that with you! On this tour, you may also meet my friends Cata and Maca. Cata I'm a Nursing student, curious and lover of all kinds of knowledge. Activism has accompanied me since I was 13 and now this tour has given me a chance to share that passion with you. See you soon! Maca As a historian with a PhD in Literature, I'm leaving the classroom to explore the streets of Santiago and share with you my passion for the history of feminism in Chile. Review: "This was a fascinating tour that helped me learn about Chilean history from the perspective of women and social change. Not to be missed!"
Veggie, vegan and gluten-free options available
Enjoy a glass of chilean wine or local craft beer! Non-alcoholic alternatives available
10 Discount: get a voucher for 10% discount for the store Japi Jane
Purple Bandana: take home a Purple Bandana, a symbol of the feminist movement in Latin America
In this City Tour each place we visit reveals something new about the history of the feminist and gender equality movement. We will start at Miraflores Street 286, where you'll discover the history of a place where, during the Colonial Period, women of "bad and restless lives" were sent to be reformed. There, starts our tour of the history of a movement that continues fighting until today. Visit this place and so many more!
In Santiago there's very little crime but pick pocketing is common. During the tour make sure to always be mindful of your belongings, especially your phone, wallet and camera. On weekends, holidays or festive days the store and coffee shop we visit may be closed.