Chile Tour

“Hiking the best of Chile!!!”

Tour duration: 5 nights

Prices from: US$1531 per person

Tour code: 161GTCT


161GTCTChile is occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north, Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far south. The arid Atacama Desert in northern Chile contains great mineral wealth, principally copper. The Southern Chile is rich in forests and grazing lands, and features a string of volcanoes and lakes. The southern coast is a labyrinth of fjords, inlets, canals, twisting peninsulas, and islands. Chile is today one of South America’s most stable and prosperous nations. It leads Latin American nations in rankings of human development, competitiveness, income per capita, globalization, peace, economic, and low incidences of corruption.
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On arrival at Santiago Airport, you will be transferred to your Hotel. Overnight in Santiago.



After breakfast, you will start your trip to Valle Nevado. It is a ski resort located on the El Plomo foothills in the Andes Mountains, at 46 km to the east of Santiago. It was founded in 1988 and includes housing facilities along with around 800 hectares of skiing area. The trekking starts at La Leonera. Cerro Leonera is the easiest high altitude mountain near Santiago and Its summit of almost 5000 meters. It makes this mountain a great and fast acclimatization peak before climbing one of the biggest mountains of this Andean region (Aconcagua, Tupungato, etc). You will follow the route to Leonera from the southeast ridge. It has no climbing steps (just a walk-up) but is very exposed to the strong north and west winds, so it can be very cold, even in summer, and the altitude can be a problem. We’ll do a brief stop at Cerro Falsa Parva for Lunch and continues the trekking in the route. On arrival to base camp, you will have dinner and rest. Overnight in the base camp in Cerro Leonera. FREE NIGHT
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.




After breakfast in your camp base, your trekking continues. You will follow the trail to ascent to Cerro Leonera through Los Penitentes, a field of teeth-shaped ice formations. When on the top, our guide will do a stop for lunch and rest. In the afternoon, your journey continues into the Descent to Valle Nevado, it is easier then the ascendant but it will need careful attention along the way. You will be able to see the amazing white, gray and green of the mountains. Return to hotel in Santiago. Overnight in Santiago. FREE NIGHT
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch



After breakfast, you will depart from Santiago to the fields and vineyards. Chile is well known around the world for their excellent and exclusive wines. The tour will show you the food and drink production facilities and you will learn about their relationship with the local geography. After lunch with some typical Chilean food, you will have time to relax and experience the life around you. Afterwards you will go back to Santiago. During this journey, you will stop at lookout points for panoramic views of the Santiago Valley, Casablanca, the central coast line, Aconcagua and Cajón del Maipo. Return to your hotel. Overnight in Santiago.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch



After breakfast your trip starts at El Rodeo Avenue. You will take the magical route in the Andean foothills of La Dehesa(a suburban neighborhood in Santiago) by mountain biking. It is believed that the first human group to be discovered there were mainly hunter–gatherer nomads. It is supposed that they arrived in Santiago in approximately 10,000 BC. The area was controlled by the Inca and by the Spanish during the seventeenth century. In 1964 there was discovery of important archaeological materials, some of the most important of which were five tembetás, Aconcagua salmón and a fragmented pipe of Mapuche origin. The area was previously called Huayco, an Inca word that meant: “Place of serious inundations”. When at the top, our guide you’ll stop for a snack and rest. Before starting the downhill trek you will lunch at a local restaurant, and then return to the hotel for resting. In the afternoon, you will be guided to La Dehesa International Club. There you’ll find horses assigned. Your ride starts taking riders through vistas of La Dehesa Lagoon and the Andean range leading to your final destination at the centre of the club. A barbeque, a good appetizer, salads, drinks and more will be waiting there. You will then return to the starting point and then back to the hotel. Overnight in Santiago.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch



After breakfast at hotel, you will be transferred to Airport.
Meals: Breakfast

End of our services


• Return transfer to and from Airport.
• 4 nights of hotel accommodation with buffet breakfast.
• 1 night of accommodation in tent.
• 1 hike up Cerro Leonera (included: lunch and road snack, dinner, hiking poles, personal our two-person tents, dishes, cutlery, kitchenette and bilingual guide).
• 1 full-day outing: Fields and Vineyards (included: expert guide, amenities, breakfast, tastings equivalent to one lunch, 1 pisco sour, 4 beverages, beer, or wine).
• 1 mountain bike expedition to the Andean foothills and nocturnal horseback ride (included: appetizers, barbeque, salads and drinks).
• English speaking guides.

Not Included:
• Drinks and food not mentioned in the program
• Phone calls, laundry service, personal insurance
• Fuel surcharges
• Airport government taxes
• Visas, extras and tips


Daily departuresUS$1531

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