Whether you are religious or not, you will be welcome in Chile.
Religion here is part of everyday life, but it is not the whole story.
The Mormon religion in Chile dates back to the late 1950s, when the first branch was formed in 1956.
There are several games played on September 18 but the most popular involves a circle drawn on the ground.Well over half of Chileans identify as Roman Catholic, so chances are high that you’ll meet some Catholics on your travels.Spanish colonialists introduced Catholicism to Chile in the 16th century, and today the faith is around nine million strong. While no longer a part of daily life, these games make a special appearance each year on Independence Day.
While some, like tug-of-war, sack races and three-legged races might sound familiar, there are plenty of others with a distinct Chilean flavor.The other major (and some minor) world religions are also represented here, including: Though religion is widespread, almost a quarter of the Chilean population identify as atheist or agnostic, or do not follow any particular religion.