High season is on the corner, and Chile has been working on open borders with significant flexibility and facilities for Travelers, who want to enjoy the fantastic destinations that our country can offer...Chile is good for You!
REGION: Central Chile – Northern to Southern Patagonia with Austral Highway areas till Caleta Tortel.
ACTIVITY LEVEL: 1 (Easy) to 3 (Moderate).
SUMMARY: Customized 17-days Program Central Valley: Santiago, Maipo Wine Valley. North Patagonia (Lake District): Puerto Varas, Osorno Volcano, Chiloé Penguin Colony. South Patagonia (Aysen District) Pumalin Douglas Tompkins National Park, Quelat National Park, Cerro Castillo National Park hiking, General Carrera Lake, San Rafael National Park , Exploradores Glacier Ice hiking, Patagonia National Park, Montt Glacier at Bernardo O’Higgins National Park.
REGION: Central Chile - Northern to Southern Patagonia. ACTIVITY LEVEL: 1 (Easy) to 3 (Moderate). SUMMARY: Customized 15-days Program Central Valley: Santiago, Maipo Wine Valley. North Patagonia (Lake District): Puerto Varas, Osorno Volcano, Chiloé Penguin Colony and Hike at Route of Parks of Patagonia. South Patagonia (Magellan & Antarctica District) Puerto Natales; Gaucho Experience, Torres del Paine, King Penguin Colony; and Tierra del Fuego.
Streets full of history, government buildings, museums, and so much more await you in downtown Santiago. The best way to get there is to take the metro to the Plaza de Armas, Bellas Artes, Universidad de Chile, Moneda, or Santa Lucía stations.
Mapuche tourism hopes to connect visitors with the most important aspects of its country: its people and its roots. These experiences with the Mapuche people are like traveling to the heart of Chilean history.
When one realizes the beauty of this city, its exceptional location, its history, and the variety of attractions still hidden, it is not difficult to imagine that in some years Putre, with its great tourist potential, could be the next San Pedro de Atacama
The Valparaiso World Heritage Port Neighborhood is wedged between Plaza Sotomayor and Plaza Wheelright and is one of the oldest parts of the city, which was once the epicenter for the port’s economic and political activity during the 19th century.