Our most recommended things to do in Chile
1. Santiago: Sky Costanera Level 61 and 62 Entry Ticket
Take an elevator into the clouds as you ascend Santiago's iconic Sky Costanera skyscraper. Holding the title of Latin America's tallest building, a ride up to the 61st floor is a must for all visitors to Santiago. Look out over miles of Chilean landscapes from the observation deck — a heart-stopping moment not to be forgotten. Dominating the skyline, the Sky Costanera structure towers over the financial district at a staggering 980 feet. Feel the world at your feet and enjoy a bird’s eye view of the surrounding Andes mountains with breathtaking 360-degree panoramas at your disposal. By day or by night, the experience is picture-perfect. Take the time to look at the maps and through the deck's telescopes to find Santiago's major landmarks. If you have the time, watch the sun set behind the mountains for an extra dose of the awe-inspiring and jaw-dropping.
El proceso de compra fue rápido y sencillo y todo muy bien detallado y explicativo. Muy contenta con la plataforma. La actividad excelente!
2. San Pedro de Atacama: El Tatio Geysers Tour
Discover the third largest geothermal field in the world and the largest in the southern hemisphere in the Atacama Desert. At 4,200 meters (13,780 feet) above sea level, the Tatio Geysers are a natural marvel that will take your breath away, in more ways than one. Leave early in the morning, before the sun is born, after pickup from your hotel. Arrive at the geysers early to have the opportunity to observe the contrast between the sunrise and the steam from the heat of the magma-affected waters. After sunrise, savor a complete breakfast with bread, cheese, ham, scrambled eggs, coffee, chocolate, milk, and jam. Once you've eaten, spend some more time exploring the 80 geysers around the national park. Cross the geothermal field and find a thermal pool, which offers waters with temperatures of up to 30°C (86°F). Here, swim, relax, and warm up after the freezing temperatures of the dawn. ...
Good guide with good English (not a huge amount of information given). Geysers were interesting and hot springs was nice. We saw some flamingos which was also a highlight.
3. San Pedro de Atacama: Valle de la Luna Sunset Tour
Meet your group at the meeting point and travel to Valle de la Luna, located 13 kilometers from San Pedro de Atacama. Explore the lunar-like landscape which will mesmerize you with its colorful geology. Discover interesting rock formations composed of natural minerals, including Las Tres Marías created by wind erosion over many decades. See other sights such as the Grand Dunes, the Salt Cave, the Amphitheater, and the Coyote Stone. At the end of the day, admire the sunset from an exceptional lookout point overlooking the valley. Enjoy a panoramic view of the rugged beauty of the Atacama desert, and see the beautiful colors of the sky as the sun gradually sets.
4. San Pedro de Atacama: Hidden Lagoons of Baltinache
Meet your local host in the main street of San Pedro de Atacama to begin your experience. Heading towards the southeast of the desert taking the scenic route to the hidden lagoons of Baltinache. During the 1-hour drive, see all the rock and salt landscapes that make up the desert, and learn about why this area is believed to have been at the bottom of the ocean millions of years ago. At the entrance of the lagoons, make use of the locker room in case you want to change into your bathing suit. From there, walk to the beginning of the track where you can visit all 7 lagoons. Be stunned by the crystal clear waters of the lagoons and wonder how such a thing is possible in the middle of nowhere. If you wish to take a dip, you are permitted to swim in the first and last lagoons only, for conservation purposes. Due to the amount of salt that they have in the water, experience the sensation of...
5. San Pedro de Atacama: 3-Day Special Activity Combo
Delight in 3 days of activities and discover the must-sees in the Atacama Desert, from San Pedro de Atacama. The natural attractions of Atacama, the driest and highest desert in the world, are scattered around San Pedro. Get ready to find pre-Incan fortresses, giant cacti, conical volcanoes, bluish lagoons, steaming geysers and rock formations that appear to be from another planet. Llamas, vicuñas, guanacos, foxes and graceful flamingos give a final gift of this unique wildlife. The 3-day pack will be a combination of the 4 tours below, and local operator will contact you before to coordinate the days in which you will be attending each one. El Tatio Geysers Tour: Visit El Tatio Geysers to be mesmerized by the largest geothermal field in the southern hemisphere and the third-largest in the world. Bathe in a thermal pool and relish an included breakfast. Ride through th...
Very great three day tour wiyh stunning scenaries with good guides. Although sometimes their english are lacking.
6. Puerto Varas: Peulla Day Trip
Explore Chile's Los Lagos Region on a day trip. See lakes, waterfalls, and rivers. Take in stunning scenery, incredible nature, and local villages.
Start your trip early in the morning at the local supplier's office in Puerto Varas, where you will meet your host for the day. Climb aboard the bus to be taken into Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, bordering the beautiful Llanquihue Lake. See the mouth of the Rio Pescado river and small towns such as La Poza before heading to the city of Ensenada. Here, you have the chance to visit Petrohué Falls. Cross the walkways installed amidst lush vegetation and beautiful scenery on the River Petrohué and admire the turquoise waterfalls. Then, continue your tour with Todos los Santos Lake, where you will board an Andean Lakes catamaran. Navigate through the Andes to the green village of Peulla. Enjoy fre...
7. San Pedro de Atacama: Astronomical Tour
Enjoy two different views of the night sky during your tour. The first will be the Western vision, which studies the universe, the brightness of the stars, and their planets. You can observe, with a telescope, objects in the solar system, deep space, and constellations. Learn about the cosmos and its formation. Then, go on an ethnic astronomical journey to understand how the ancient inhabitants of the Andes interpreted the universe, the milky way, and the night sky. Many centuries before the arrival of the Spaniards, in the indigenous settlements of America, many wise observers of the universe interpreted the objects of the night sky. In all the black spaces, they observed figures that gave them information about their daily life including animals, water, rivers, schedules, and life after death.
The guides picked us up right from the place we were staying. They were friendly and helpful the whole time. The guides were very informative as they taught us about the things we were seeing in the sky. I would do this tour again!
8. Santiago: Cousiño Macul Official Winery Tour with Tasting
Explore the vineyards and the wine cellars of the renowned winery of Cousiño Macul. Discover the Chilean wine-making tradition as you get acquainted with the history of the winery and wine production. At the end of your tour, taste some of the delicious wines produced here. The tour begins in the outdoor area where the winery guide will explain about the grapes that produce the best wines - Finis Terrae and Lota. Learn about the quality of the vineyard and the concept about how smaller the amount of grape clusters, the greater the concentration of its compounds. Continue through the winery with the largest barrels in Chile and in the world, made with Chilean oak and with a capacity for 30,000 liters, though no longer used are still a part of history. See many more elements and old pieces that were used for wine production and get to understand the differences between the old and moder...
9. Puerto Natales: Torres del Paine Full Day Tour
Start the tour with pick up from your accommodation in Puerto Natales between 7:30 AM to 8 AM, then set off for the Torres del Paine National Park. Arrive by about 10 AM and access the park through Portería Laguna Amarga, where you will be able to get an excellent view of the Paine Towers. As you venture through the park, observe a wide variety of native fauna and flora. Make several stops at the main viewpoints to appreciate the uniqueness of the landscape and the magnitude of the Paine Massif from different perspectives. At Midday, stop for lunch before continuing the itinerary towards the Grey Lake. Here, enjoy a 1-hour hike through an ancient Lenga forest and along Grey Lake Beach. From this side of the park, it is possible to enjoy the view of the West face of the Paine Massif and the intense blue hues of Grey’s glacial ice. Once your adventure in the park is over, drive back to ...
We enjoyed Torres del Paine Full Day Tour, made by tour operator W Circuit Patagonia, the 20th.feb. It was a amazing excursion. The guide Mirco gave us a lot of information about country, about Torres.... We stopped at varius sections and had some short treks.
10. Santiago: Cajon del Maipo Hot Springs & Barbecue Experience
After pickup, make your way out of Santiago to the surroundings of the city to an area called Cajon del Maipo. You will drive through the city center of the small town of San Jose del Maipo where you will learn the history of the development of the city. You will continue and go inside the Tinoco Tunnel to hear some stories of what happened inside. At the Cajon del Maipo you will make a stop at a beautiful waterfall called Bride's Veil where you can take amazing pictures. From there, head to the main attraction of the day, also known as Valle de Colina hot springs. Take advantage of the outdoor natural pools that have temperatures ranging between 24 and 55 Celsius degrees to take a dip and relax in the mineralized waters that come from the San José volcano. Enjoy your time in the hot waters while admiring the beautiful surrounding landscape and sipping on a cocktail. Before going back ...
Ignacio quien nos atendió fue Responsable, muy encantador y sobretodo acogedor, nos encantó el paseo, vamos a tomar pronto otro paseo que otorgan, simplemente recomendable.
A historic walking tour of Santiago begins in the park at Santa Lucia Hill and takes you through the downtown streets past Chile's seat of government and other historical buildings like Parliament and the House of Justice. You will also experience the Plaza de Armas, which is the social center of Santiago with its bustling streets and unusual street artists. You will see the national Cathedral grounds and its church and other older buildings that date back to Chile's colonization. The tour continues through more pedestrian streets to the local fish market known as Mercado Central where you can savor great examples of Chile's famous seafood dishes.
Another wonderful sightseeing tour that begins in Santiago is a trip Chile's main seaport of Valparaiso on the Pacific Ocean. The tour passes through farmlands and vineyards. You will also cross the bay to visit one of Chile's most visited resort areas, Vina del Mar and the beach there.
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