Santiago Classic City Tour
Duration: 3 hours
Overview: Chile's rich cultural heritage comes to life through iconic symbols of the city including la Plaza de Armas (the main square), Santa Lucia Hill, La Moneda (the Government Palace), the Post Office and the Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral. Continue to Cerro San Cristobal, a tall hill rising nearly 1000 feet above the city, inside the largest urban park. Standing atop the hill you'll find a church as well as a stunning 72 foot tall statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Finally visit the Orient Sector, the most modern area of the city with its impressive high rise buildings and classy boulevards.
Santiago Dinner & Show
Duration: 4 Hours
Overview: Enjoy a magical night of entertainment with a delicious international dinner and live show which begins with dances from all over Chile including traditional dances from the North (La Tirana), the Central area (the Huasos) and the South (Chilotes).
Coastal Vina Del Mar & Isla Negra
Duration: 10 hours
Overview: Arrive at Isla Negra and visit Nobel Poet Pablo Neruda's eccentric home, designed as though it were a ship at sail. Explore the poet's residence for a glimpse into his life and celebrated personality. Then cross Casablanca Valley, pass miles of fertile vineyards before reaching Vina del Mar, Spanish for "Vineyard of the Sea." This most famous and most visited beach on the Central Coast has much to offer - beautiful parks, gardens, and avenues scattered across miles of sparkling beaches.
Coastal Vina Del Mar & Historic Valparaiso
Duration: 8 Hours
Overview: Travel along the central coast of Chile to the classic wine beach paradise Vina del Mar and the historic streets of one of Chile's most important seaports, Valparaiso. Pass through the beautifully groomed vineyards of the Curacavi and Casablanca Valleys. Valparaiso, Spanish for "Paradise Valley," is a cultural hotspot and one of the country's most important seaports. The entire city is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site for its intriguing cobblestone labyrinth of historic buildings and ancient funiculars along sloping hills. From the lookout point "Mirador 21 de Mayo" enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the city and harbor.
Visit the garden city, Vina del Mar, Spanish for "Vineyard of the Sea." The most famous and most visited beach on the Central Coast has much to offer. The city is ripe with beautiful parks, gardens, and avenues scattered across miles of sparkling beaches. Sights include the Presidential Castle, Liberty Avenue, the 1930's Casino and various classic century old "palaces."
Colchagua Valley Wine Tour
Duration: 10 Hours
Overview: During this excursion, learn about regional traditions, customs and cuisine. Learn about the production of wine from the tender loving care provided to each wine to processing and aging in cellars. Enjoy a wine tasting ceremony. Enjoy a delicious lunch of Chilean specialties at the winery along with well recognized wines of the Colchagua Valley.
Concha y Toro Winery
Duration: 3 Hours 50 Minutes
Overview: Travel through beautiful wine country to Chile's legendary Concha y Toro Winery. Spend a pleasant afternoon enjoying the winery grounds. Your guided winery tour starts at the stunningly landscaped antique gardens just outside the Casona, a mansion that was once the summer residence of the Concha y Toro family. Visit "Casillero del Diablo" (Devil's Cellar), the source of the famous legend that made Chilean wine known around the world. End with a visit to the wine bar, an ideal place to taste premium wines paired with lavish appetizers and cheeses.
Portillo Ski Resort Day Trip from Santiago
Duration: 8 Hours
Overview: Whether visiting in summer or winter, enjoy breathtaking views of Laguna del Inca from the Hotel Portillo. Portillo is the oldest ski area in South America, and its history holds an important place in the legend of skiing.
Depart from your Santiago hotel and head towards Los Angeles, one of the major agricultural centers of the region. Drive through the Aconcagua Valley, slowly climbing until the last stage known as 'los caracoles'. A series of hairpin bends climb steeply to a height of 2.855 m/9421 ft above sea level to Hotel Portillo and the ski resort, overlooking the Inca Lake. Hear the legend of the Inca Lake and why the color of blue water is so striking. Explore the ski resort at your leisure. During ski season take to the slops with equipment hire available (additional cost).The ski season is from June to August, but the hotel is open all year round.