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OVERVIEW

Witness the diversity of America’s longest country on this 12-day Chile vacation. Explore in comfort with this tour designed to ignite the adventurer in you as you travel through Chile’s ever-changing landscapes.  From Santiago, you’ll spend time in the Atacama Desert, traversing
otherworldly plains with their vibrant colours before changing it up in the lakeside city of Pucon where nature thrives in a completely different way! Your trip includes walking tours, observatory visits, cultural explorations, rafting with ample free time to relax and enjoy this spectacular country!

Day 1: Arrival in Santiago de Chile & City Tour
Day 2: Culinary Tour of Santiago
Day 3: Travel to San Pedro de Atacama
Day 4: Yerbas Buenas and the Observatory
Day 5: Colours of the Desert Tour
Day 6: El Tatio Geyser, Atacama’s Villages and Fly to Pucon
Day 7: Huife Hot Springs and Trancura River Rafting
Day 8: Mapuche Culinary Community Tour
Day 9: Travel back to Santiago
Day 10: Santiago to Valparaíso via Veramonte Winery
Day 11: Valparaiso Walking Tour
Day 12: Departure from Chile

DURATION

12 days, 11 nights

DESTINATIONS

Chile: Valparaiso Region, Santiago, Valparaíso, Antofagasta Region, Providencia, San Pedro de Atacama, Araucania, Pucón, Caspana

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Ph: 6123 0567
Unit 8A/141 Flemington Road
Mitchell ACT 2911

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INCLUDED

– 11 nights accommodation
– 18 activities
– 11 breakfasts and 2 lunches
– Airport transfer
– Entrance fees
– Ground transportation
– Licensed English speaking guides

EXCLUDED

– Domestic flights
– Travel insurance
– International flights
– Entry visas / airport departure tax
– Alcohol beverages
– Gratuities
– Personal expenses
– Laundry
– Trekking permits

DAY 1: ARRIVAL IN SANTIAGO DE CHILE & CITY TOUR
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Upon arrival, you will be met at the airport and driven to your hotel in Santiago. After checking in, you’ll discover Chile’s capital city that combines colonial buildings with ultramodern architecture. You’ll start your Chile vacation downtown on the Alameda, a colourful main avenue with important buildings like the Chilean University, the San Francisco Church, and the Santa Lucia Hill. You’ll then tour Plaza de Armas, the central market and end your tour at San Cristóbal Hill.

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Private Driver

13:00 to 14:00

From: Arturo Merino Benítez Airport
To: Santiago

You’ll be met and transferred to your accommodation.

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Hotel Eurotel

14:00 check-in
10:00 check-out (Day 3)
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Hotel Eurotel is a delightful four-star hotel set in the heart of Santiago. If you love to feel adrenaline or get excited when you can admire a landscape of breathtaking beauty after hours of walking in the middle of nature, there is no doubt this is the perfect place for you.
The bright and airy rooms are fully equipped with everything you need to make your stay a pleasant one. Located next to the hotel, the restaurant is ideal to share the best international gastronomy, tasty French specialities and prestigious Chilean wines.

Address: Hotel Eurotel – Guardia Vieja, Providencia, Chile

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Fogón Asado Experience

19:00 to 22:30
3 hours 30 minutes

Discover Chile’s capital city that combines colonial buildings with ultramodern architecture. Start your tour downtown on the Alameda, a colourful main avenue with important buildings like the Chilean University, the San Francisco Church, and the Santa Lucia Hill where
Santiago was founded in 1541. Continue towards the Plaza de Armas, visit the central market, and the Bellavista bohemian district. When you arrive at San Cristóbal Hill, you can appreciate the finest panoramic views of Santiago and the Andes Mountains.

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Address: Santiago, Estación Central, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile

DAY 2: CULINARY TOUR OF SANTIAGO
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Start your culinary experience by visiting two of Santiago’s main markets to buy fresh ingredients: La Vega Central and the Central Market. Browse through local fruits and vegetables and immerse yourself completely in the market culture. Then, drive to a private home to learn how to prepare traditional dishes and Pisco sours. The chef will teach you special versions of dishes and tell you the stories behind the ingredients, making each bite special.

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Santiago Culinary Tour

09:00 to 18:00
9 hours

Start your culinary experience by visiting two of Santiago’s main markets to buy fresh ingredients: La Vega Central and the Central Market. With your guide, select the best products from vendors, locally known as “caseros”. Browse through local fruits and vegetables as you immerse yourself
completely in the market culture. Then, drive outside the city centre to a private home where you will learn how to prepare traditional dishes. Roll up your sleeves and help prepare easy meals that you can make at home to share the local food and flavours with friends and family.
Learn how to make dishes like sopaipillas, ceviche, salsa pebre, and Pisco sours. The chef, who has been travelling for over 13 years in and around Chile, will teach you special versions of these dishes and tell you the stories behind the ingredients, making each bite special.

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Address: Mercado Central de Santiago – San Pablo, Santiago, Chile

DAY 3: TRAVEL TO SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA
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Start your culinary experience by visiting two of Santiago’s main markets to buy fresh ingredients: La Vega Central and the Central Market. Browse through local fruits and vegetables and immerse yourself completely in the market culture. Then, drive to a private home to learn how to prepare traditional dishes and Pisco sours. The chef will teach you special versions of dishes and tell you the stories behind the ingredients, making each bite special.

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Private Driver

10:00 to 11:00

From: Santiago
To: Airport Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez

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Plane

12:00 to 14:00

From: Santiago
To: Calama
+ not included in price

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Private Driver

14:15 to 15:30

From: Calama
To: San Pedro de Atacama

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La Casa de Don Tomás

16:00 check-in
10:00 check-out (Day 6)
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Immerse yourself in one of the driest places in the world at La Casa de Don Tomás. Be surrounded by colours, flavours, textures and the silence of the desert that invites introspection Here, simple is best, with added comforts that will make you feel at home. Be part of the desert, the immense salt flats; the strength of its volcanoes, the beauty of the geysers and revitalise in its hot springs. La Casa de Don Tomás is your
base in San Pedro de Atacama. Each of the rooms in the casa reflects the arid desert landscape that is waiting for you outside: simple, filled with
nature and warm. All of the rooms sit within close proximity to the outdoor pool, offering a cooling escape from the midday heat.

Address: La Casa de Don Tomás – Tocopilla, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

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San Pedro de Atacama Walking Tour

16:00 to 17:30
1 hour 30 minutes

San Pedro de Atacama is Chile’s most important archaeological and indigenous centre. Located 2,438 metres above sea level and surrounded by a verdant oasis, walk around picturesque San Pedro and its narrow colonial streets. Visit the beautiful colonial church that was built in 1744. Then, head to the Father Le Paige Museum, where many restored artefacts and over 2,000 weapons and sandstone potteries are shown.
End your tour with a visit to the town’s beautiful white church built with cacti.

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Address: San Pedro de Atacama, Antofagasta, Chile

DAY 4: YERBAS BUENAS AND THE OBSERVATORY
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Begin in Yerbas Buenas where you will learn about thousand year-old figures. When you reach Valle de Los Falos and the Valle del Arco Iris, you’ll see the magnitude and variety of colours which exemplify the mineral richness of the valleys. At night, the Atacama Desert is one of the best places on Earth to observe the planets, stars, and constellations. During a stargazing tour, learn about naked-eye astronomy, discover the sky and its secrets during this unforgettable experience.

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Yerbas Buenas Tour

09:00 to 13:00
4 hours

You begin this expedition by heading toward a rocky formation where you will stop to appreciate the beautifully formed, zoomorphic and anthropomorphic petroglyphs depicting camels, foxes, and caravaneers. Here in Yerbas Buenas, you will be briefly told about the historical and cultural significance of these thousand-year-old figures. You continue towards the Quebrada de Río Grande ravine, characterised by its cacti forests. While descending, enjoy the wonder of this area’s vegetation. From above, you will have a beautiful panoramic view of the village of Rio
Grande, highlighted by its volcanic stone constructions and agricultural terrace system. Follow the route until you reach the town of Matancilla where you will find the Valle de Los Falos and the Valle del Arco Iris (3,500 metres above sea level). The latter has been named “Valley of the Rainbow,” due to the wealth of colours that enhance it, such as reds, greens, blues, greys, and yellows. The magnitude and variety of colours are living proof of the vast mineral riches that characterise this valley.

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Address: Valle del Arcoiris, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

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ALMA Observatory

18:00 to 19:00
1 hour

The Atacama Desert is one of the best places on Earth to see the sky and observe the planets, stars, and constellations. During the stargazing tour, learn about naked-eye astronomy and how to read a sky map. Then, visit South America’s largest public telescope observatory. The telescopes (20-60cm or 8-24 inches in diameter) are aligned to provide the best views. Discover the sky and its secrets during this unforgettable experience. End your tour with a warm drink before driving back to San Pedro.

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Address: Alonso de Córdova 3101, Vitacura, Región Metropolitana, Chile

DAY 5: COLOURS OF THE DESERT TOUR
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Discover the magical tones of the desert, with the imposing Piedras Rojas, the beautiful Chaxa, Miscanti and Miñiques Andean lagoons, and the extensive Atacama Salt Flats in the Los Flamencos National Reserve. Finally, before heading back, and enjoying the views of the Licancabur and Lascar volcanoes, we visit Toconao, a traditionally colonial-style village, famous for the bell tower, which has been declared as a National Monument, and the San Lucas Church.

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Colours of the Desert Tour

09:15 to 16:15
7 hours

Discover the magical tones of the desert, with the imposing Piedras Rojas, the beautiful Chaxa, Miscanti and Miñiques Andean lagoons, and the extensive Atacama Salt Flats in the Los Flamencos National Reserve. The tour begins in Piedras Rojas, an impressive geological rock formation located in the Aguas Calientes Salt Flats. It will stun you with its fascinating and beautifully red coloured landscape, caused by oxidized iron.
We continue on towards the Altiplano to visit the Miscanti and Miñiques lagoons, which are located at over 4,200 metres above sea level. They are surrounded by impressive volcanoes which originate from the formation of the Andean mountain range and are inhabited by a wide variety of wild birds. A truly surprising destination. We then visit the Chaxa Lagoon, a spectacularly beautiful setting, which is split into various clear water lagoons, inhabited by both Andean and James flamingos. Finally, before heading back, and enjoying the views of the Licancabur and Lascar volcanoes, we visit Toconao, a traditionally colonial style village, famous for the bell tower, which has been declared as a National Monument, and the San Lucas Church.

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Address: San Pedro de Atacama, Antofagasta, Chile

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Miscanti Lake

11:15 to 11:45
30 minutes

Surrounded by the Miniques Volcano and Cerro Miscanti mountain, the Miscanti Lake is a brackish water lake, meaning that is a has considerably higher salinity than a freshwater lake but not quite that of sea waters. Found in Los Flamencos National Reserve, Miscanti and Miniques Lake used to be one lake. However, lava flow from an eruption formed a divide to make two.

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Address: Miscanti Lake, San Pedro de Atacama, Antofagasta
Region, Chile

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Laguna Miñiques

11:45 to 12:30
45 minutes

Found on the northwest foot of the Miniques mountains, the lagoon was separated from Miscanti lake due to lava flow when the nearby volcano erupted. The lagoon has an altitude of around 4,120 metres. The waters of the Miniques lagoon and the Miscanti Lake are brackish. Due to the level of climate in the area, which is similar to that of the Atacama Desert, no glaciers can develop here.

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Address: Laguna Miñiques, San Pedro de Atacama, Antofagasta Region, Chile

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Laguna Chax

13:00 to 14:00
1 hour

Found at the heart of Salar de Atacama and part of the Los Flamencos National Reserve, Laguna Chaxa is one of the most famous flamingo breeding grounds in the world. Set 2,300 metres above sea level, Laguna Chaxa is at a point where you can witness the division of this great lagoon into its multitude of salt lakes. From the lagoon, you’ll see the great salt crusts creating splashes of white on the landscape, making the perfect habitat for flamingoes to roam freely.

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Address: Laguna Chaxa, San Pedro de Atacama, Antofagasta Region, Chile

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Toconao

14:15 to 15:15
1 hour

An ancient town steeped in history, Toconao is perhaps most interesting because of its purity; the town is known among locals for its mineral waters that are essential to cultivating a great variety of both native and Spanish fruits. Marking the centre of the town is the church and bell tower of San Lucas, both of which are National Monuments thanks to their age and preservation after the earthquakes. Today, the church is maintained by a group of nuns. The local craftsmen of Toconao are known for their hand carved volcanic stone sculptures and miniatures using stone from a nearby quarry.

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Address: Toconao, San Pedro de Atacama, Antofagasta Region, Chile

DAY 6: EL TATIO GEYSER, ATACAMA’S VILLAGES AND FLY TO PUCON
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Start early at 4.30 am to watch the sunrise at El Tatio Geysers where you’ll have breakfast in an amazing setting. In Chiu Chiu, visit Chile’s oldest church built in 1672 with mud and cactus wood. Then visit the Paniri Caur observatory to learn about astronomy and the atacameño cosmovision. In Caspana, visit the ethnographical museum and learn more about Atacama’s history. Board your flight to Temuco in the afternoon and transfer to Pucon.

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El Tatio Geyser

05:30 to 07:30
2 hours

Sitting at 4,320 metres above sea level El Tatio geyser field runs between the borders of Chile and Bolivia and is the third largest geyser field in the world, found at the foot of stratovolcanoes in the Central Volcanic Zone of the Andes. As dangerous as this may sound, there have been no volcanic eruptions here, just spouts of water and steam that are caused by El Tatio’s hydrogeological location. El Tatio is also part of the Altiplano-Puna volcanic complex which was the source of the last known super-eruption, which is estimated to have been 2,500,000 years ago.

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Address: Calama, Antofagasta Region, Chile

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Remote San Pedro de Atacama Tour

08:00 to 11:15
3 hours 15 minutes

In Chiu Chiu village, visit Chile’s oldest church built in 1672 using indigenous techniques with mud and cactus wood. At the Paniri Caur Observatory, learn about modern astronomy and the “atacameño” cosmovision. In Caspana, appreciate the lush terraces that contrast beautifully with the pink stone and the mud and hay rooftops. You’ll visit the Ethnographical Museum and learn more about the Atacama’s history. End your tour in Lasana and indulge in local flavours as you try regional foods like llama meat, “patasca” (broth with mote corn), and rabbit and sip on carrot tea while you taste traditional pastries and jam.

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Address: Caspana, Calama, Antofagasta, Chil

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Private Driver

Private Driver

From: San Pedro de Atacama
To: Calama

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Plane

14:30 to 18:30

From: Calama
To: Temuco
+ not included in price

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Private Driver

18:45 to 20:15

From: Temuco
To: Pucón

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Hotel Boutique CasaEstablo by DON

20:30 check-in
09:00 check-out (Day 9)
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Setting up stunning accommodation in renovated stables, Hotel Boutique CasaEstablo by DON recreates the traditions of southern Chile. Sitting at the foot of the volcano of Pucon, this rustic accommodation offers an impressive view of Lake Villarrica. Immersing you in the beauty of southern Chile’s remote landscape, this hotel has just 10 rooms where you will be warmly welcomed by its owners. With luxurious additions such as a pool and beautifully decorated living areas, this little boutique hotel embraces all that Chile has to offer and is the perfect introduction to
Patagonia further south.

Address: Hotel Boutique CasaEstablo by DON – Camino Villarrica – Pucón, Pucón, Pucon, Chile

DAY 7: HUIFE HOT SPRINGS AND TRANCURA RIVER RAFTING
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Right next to a river, visit the Huife Hot Springs that has three outdoor thermal pools – it’s time to relax! Contemplate the  unspoiled landscapes as you soak in the natural pools. Drive outside the town to the Trancura River. Here, learn about the rapids’ characteristics and the safety instructions necessary for your adventure. Then, set off on a rafting trip down the Trancura River’s clear azure waters. Marvel at the spectacular landscapes, old forests, waterfalls, mountains and volcanoes.

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Huife Hot Springs

08:00 to 12:15
4 hours 15 minutes

The region’s volcanic activities have created many natural hot springs. Right next to a river, visit the Huife Hot Springs that has three outdoor thermal pools with different temperatures. It is time to relax! Contemplate the unspoiled landscapes as you soak in the natural pools and cool off in the river. From here, you can also take a short hike through the forest.

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Address: Termas del Huife, Pucón, Araucanía, Chile

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Trancura Rapids

13:00 to 17:00
4 hours

Drive outside the town towards the Trancura River. Here, learn about the rapids’ characteristics and the safety instructions necessary for your adventure. Set off on a class III-IV rafting trip down the Trancura River’s clear azure waters. This is one of Chile’s most beautiful and exciting glacial rivers. Marvel at the spectacular landscapes, old forests, waterfalls, and the surrounding snow-capped mountains and volcanoes. Manoeuvre your way through the thunderous rapids for a thrilling wild-water experience.

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Address: O`Higgins 211-C, Pucon, Pucón, Araucanía, Chil

DAY 8: MAPUCHE CULINARY COMMUNITY TOUR
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Leave Temuco to Budi Lake, South America’s only saltwater lake. In the area, there are 110 Mapuche communities. Mapuche means “people of the Earth”. The community preserve their language, “Mapudungun”, and they live from hunting, fishing, and agriculture. Visit a “ruka”, a traditional house where the community gathers. Learn about their customs, history, and ancestral traditions through food, art, crafts, and music. Then share a meal with the community before returning to Pucon.

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Private Driver

08:00 to 11:00

The region’s volcanic activities have created many natural hot springs. Right next to a river, visit the Huife Hot Springs that has three outdoor thermal pools with different temperatures. It is time to relax! Contemplate the unspoiled landscapes as you soak in the natural pools and cool off in the river. From here, you can also take a short hike through the forest.

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Address: Termas del Huife, Pucón, Araucanía, Chile

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Budi Lake and the Mapuche Community

13:00 to 17:00
4 hours

Take the dirt roads to Budi Lake, South America’s only saltwater lake. In the area, there are 110 Mapuche communities. Mapuche  means “people of the Earth”. To this day, they aim to preserve their indigenous language called “Mapudungun”, and they live from hunting, fishing, and agriculture. Visit a “ruka”, a traditional house where the community gathers. Here, learn about their customs, history, and ancestral traditions through food, art, crafts, music, and wool colouring and spinning. Then, immerse yourself completely in an authentic experience and share a typical meal with the community.

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Address: Budi Lake, Araucania, Chile

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Private Driver

14:15 to 17:15

Take the dirt roads to Budi Lake, South America’s only saltwater lake. In the area, there are 110 Mapuche communities. Mapuche  means “people of the Earth”. To this day, they aim to preserve their indigenous language called “Mapudungun”, and they live from hunting, fishing, and agriculture. Visit a “ruka”, a traditional house where the community gathers. Here, learn about their customs, history, and ancestral traditions through food, art, crafts, music, and wool colouring and spinning. Then, immerse yourself completely in an authentic experience and share a typical meal with the community.

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Address: Budi Lake, Araucania, Chile

DAY 9: TRAVEL BACK TO SANTIAGO
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In the morning you may have some time to explore Pucon yourself. You’ll take the flight back to Santiago and return to the same hotel. You might want to explore the city a little at your leisure when you arrive. This is a relaxed day of travelling after your adventures so far, rest well ready for your day tomorrow.

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Private Driver

09:00 to 10:30

From: Pucón
To: Temuco

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Plane

11:45 to 13:15

From: Temuco
To: Santiago

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Private Driver

13:30 to 14:30

From: Aeropuerto de Santiago
To: Santiago

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Hotel Eurotel

15:00 check-in
10:00 check-out (Day 10)
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Hotel Eurotel is a delightful four-star hotel set in the heart of Santiago. If you love to feel adrenaline or get excited when you can admire a landscape of breathtaking beauty after hours of walking in the middle of nature, there is no doubt this is the perfect place for you.
The bright and airy rooms are fully equipped with everything you need to make your stay a pleasant one. Located next to the hotel, the restaurant is ideal to share the best international gastronomy, tasty French specialities and prestigious Chilean wines.

Address: Hotel Eurotel – Guardia Vieja, Providencia, Chile

DAY 10: SANTIAGO TO VALPARAÍSO VIA VERAMONTE WINER
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You will be picked up at your hotel and start your trip to Valparaíso. The Veramonte vineyard is the largest contiguous in Chile, stretching over 350 hectares in the prime growing area of Chile’s Casablanca Valley. After the tour of the winery, you’ll taste a selection of wines and learn about the
winemaking philosophy with a sense of place. You’ll then continue on for your tour of Valparaiso, Viña del Mar and Museo Fonck before arriving at your hotel in Valparaiso.

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Private Driver

10:00 to 11:00

From: Santiago
To: Viñedos Veramonte altos de casa blanca
You will be picked up at your hotel and start your trip to Valparaíso.

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Veramonte Winery Tour in Casablanca Valley

11:00 to 13:00
2 hours

The Veramonte vineyard is the largest contiguous in Chile. It stretches over 350 hectares in the prime growing area of Chile’s Casablanca Valley.

In 1990, Agustin Huneeus chose this site for Veramonte recognising that the microclimates and soils of this beautiful valley are similar to California’s prestigious Napa Valley and Carneros wine-growing regions.

The Veramonte Vineyard manager utilises the most recent advances in viticulture technology to grow the highest quality fruit possible. Viña Veramonte was first introduced in 1996, and has since earned international critical acclaim for Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc and Primus, a rich, spicy proprietary red.

When the Huneeus family pioneered Chile’s Casablanca Valley in 1990, there were less than 40 hectares of planted vines. The winery at Veramonte is a state-of-the-art, modern winemaking facility designed by one of Chile’s foremost leading architects, Jorge Swinburn. Opened in 1998, the 7.896m2 winery includes the latest technology in bottling lines, gravity-fed fomenters and ultra-modern stainless-steel tanks.

When guests enter the winery, they are welcomed to the “Casona”, a breath-taking room with a soaring rotunda, 16- metre ceilings and glass walls which reveal the barrel caves below. During your tour, you will see all the important processes of wine production and learn to know the characteristics of the winery. For sure, you won’t leave without tasting the great wines of the Viña Veramonte.

After the tour, your guide will invite you to taste a selection of premium wines, through which you will learn about the winemaking philosophy with a sense of place. This is a shared tour

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Address: Casablanca, Valparaíso, Chile

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Hotel Diego de Almagro Valparaiso

17:00 check-in
10:00 check-out (Day 12)
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Offering you a base for your time in Valparaiso, the Hotel Diego De Almagro Valparaiso sits on the coast of this beautiful city. There is a range of rooms available all of which have air conditioning for your comfort, including those for guests with reduced mobility, all of which have access to the gym, sauna and heated pool.

At the Casablanca Restaurant, you’ll find meals that will cater to your tastebuds featuring local favourites and international home comforts, this is also where you’ll be served breakfast each morning with a panoramic view of the city.

Address: Hotel Diego de Almagro Valparaiso Hotel – Molina, Valparaíso, Chile

DAY 11: VALPARAISO WALKING TOUR
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You will visit the highlights of this UNESCO World Heritage city. Explore Muelle Prat, the port and Plaza Sotomayor. After that, you move to the hills of the city like Concepción and Alegre by traditional funicular from the late 19th century. On your tour, you will see Victorian architecture, boutique stores, spectacular viewpoints to the Valparaiso, colourful houses on the hills and diverse street art.

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Valparaiso Walking Tour

09:00 to 11:00
2 hours

You will visit the main highlights of the UNESCO World Heritage city of Valparaiso.

First, you begin in the flat part of Valparaiso where you will explore the port, Muelle Prat, and Plaza Sotomayor. After that, you will move to the hills of the city like Concepción and Alegre on the traditional funiculars dating from the late 19th century

On your visit, you will see the Victorian architecture, boutique stores, spectacular viewpoints to the Valparaiso, colourful houses on the hills and diverse street art.

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Address: Errázuriz, Valparaíso, Chile

DAY 12: DEPARTURE FROM CHILE
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You’ll return to Santiago to get to the airport in time for your flight.

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Private Driver

10:00 to 11:30

From: Valparaíso
To: Santiago

IGNACIO, THE LOCAL DESIGNER

I love travelling anytime I can, specially around my own country, Chile, which is full of beautiful places to discover and explore. If I had to choose my favorite place, it would have to be the whole Chilean Patagonia with its breath-taking landscapes which makes it an amazing destination.

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COVERAGE
Argentina, Brazil, Chile,
Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay

BASED IN
Santiago, Chile

EXPERTISE
Beach & Sea, Culture & Arts, Hiking & Trekking, Outdoors & Nature, Sightseeing

LANGUAGES
English, Spanish