South American Baháʼí House of Worship

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Bahá'i Temple and Cousiño Macul Vineyard

Bahá'i Temple and Cousiño Macul Vineyard

History, architecture and wine. A combination that you cannot miss! We start our day in the direction of Viña Cousiño Macul, founded in 1856 and being one of the oldest vineyards in the Maipo Valley. The architecture of this place has a beautiful French style with a stone base and brick vaults glued with mortar (a mixture of lime, sand and egg white). Here you can enjoy a tour, learn about the history and taste its exquisite varieties of wine. Then, we will visit the Bahá`i House of Worship, the first in South America. An imposing place that stands out for its architecture and lighting, here you can connect with yourself in a calm and serene environment. Located in the foothills of the Andes, it also gives you a spectacular panoramic view of Santiago.

Bahá’í Temple + Concha y Toro winery with hotel pick up

Bahá’í Temple + Concha y Toro winery with hotel pick up

Let´s start the day by visiting one of the most interesting buildings of the city: the Bahá’í temple of South America. Here you will not only enjoy the creative architecture of the building, but also learn about the interesting Bahá´í faith. The temple is located at the foothills of the Andes, so you will also enjoy a nice view of the City. After visiting the temple, we will exit Santiago from the south, arriving to Maipo valley. Here we will stop at a traditional Chilean restaurant in the countryside, where you will be able to savor typical Chilean food for lunch (cost not included in the tour). The third stop is nothing less than the biggest winery of Chile: Concha y Toro, which is known in many countries with their different trademarks. The most popular being “Casillero del Diablo”. On this tour you will visit the gardens, vineyard, cellars, taste 3 wines with their corresponding descriptions, learn about the legend of “Casillero del Diablo” (Devil´s locker) and receive a wine glass as a souvenir that you can bring home. On our fourth stop, we will be back in Santiago, and you will discover the semiprecious blue stone that can only be found in Chile and in Afghanistan: “lapislázuli”. Here you will see different pieces of crafts and jewelry made with this and other Chilean materials like copper, silver and many others. The perfect spot to buy souvenirs. It´s almost 17:00 PM and you can decide between us driving you back to your hotel or being dropped off at Patio Bellavista in the nearby night-live district. It is an inside court filled with many restaurants, bars, live music and attractions. The cuisine is international, not only authentic Chilean but also Peruvian, Colombian, Mexican, European, Asian, etc. It is open until 01.00 AM on week days, and until 03:00 AM on weekends. There is enough security for you to enjoy safely and take an Uber back to your hotel, when you so wish.

Santiago Sunset: Places where you will see the best sunsets

Santiago Sunset: Places where you will see the best sunsets

Meet the best attractions that Santiago de Chile has for you in the afternoon. Visit one of the 8 temples of worship located around the world, where you can appreciate a panoramic view of the city and have contact with the native nature. Here you will have the best postcards of your visit. After visiting the foothills, you will visit the tallest (300 m high) and most modern building in Chile and Latin America. At this point you will see the beautiful sunset. Here you will also have a beautiful 360 degree view of the city and take the best pictures. You will learn about the history of how the city was built and how it has evolved until today.

Santiago: Private Helicopter Ride with hotel transport.

Santiago: Private Helicopter Ride with hotel transport.

We will pick you up at your hotel around 30 to 45 minutes before the flight, depending on your location. Our multilingual driver will happily share information about the city while driving to the helicopter hangar. As the flight commences, marvel at spectacular views with insightful commentary from your guide. The aerial perspective offers a unique and memorable experience. Although the pilot may need to make variations, the typical route will allow you to see places such as: - The Bahá’í Temple of South America. - Manquehue Hill. - Golf Courses. - Costanera Tower (the highest in South America). - St. Cristobal Hill, with the statue of the Virgin Mary on its summit. - The financial neighborhood. - Downtown. - Santiago's Racecourse. - The National Stadium. This unparalleled Santiago adventure blends the thrill of a helicopter flight, informative commentary, and breathtaking views. Secure your journey now for an unforgettable exploration of this vibrant city! The flying time will be 30 minutes. After the flight, we will drive you back to your hotel or drop you at another destination inside the city if you wish.

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