CHILE: LAND OF FIRE & ICE
Travel to Chile, a must see in South America!. This is the most functional democracy and successful economy in Latin America. Solid political stability, safety, excellent infrastructure, friendly and refined people, unique cultural experiences and world renown wine!.
Start your adventure in the quirky and cultural capital of Santiago, located at 543 m above sea level in the central zone of Chile. It is at only 100 km from the Pacific Ocean and 40 km from the Andes mountain range.
Then, travel to the north and visit San Pedro de Atacama and explore its singular landscapes, quite unlike anywhere else on earth. Vast salt flats, active geysers and intense blue lagoons are just a few of the extraordinary features of this region.
After that, head further south to spend dreamed days in the Chilean Patagonia to explore the landscapes of glaciers surrounded by aquamarine lake, high mountains and unexplored lands.
Chile: Land of Fire and Ice, enjoy of the amazing contrast of this country visiting the North and South of its territory.
- Day 01: International arrival
- Day 02: Santiago City Tour
- Day 03: Flight to Calama, transfer to San Pedro de Atacama. Moon Valley
- Day 04: Toconao Village and the Atacama Salt Flats
- Day 05: El Tatio Geyser & Puritama Hot Springs
- Day 06: Archaeological tour to Quitor and Tulor. Transfer to Calama and flight back to Santiago.
- Day 07: Full day visit to Valparaiso and Viña del Mar
- Day 08: Flight to Punta Arenas, transfer to Puerto Natales.
- Day 09: Full day Torres del Paine.
- Day 10: Navigation to Balmaceda and Serrano.
- Day 11: Transfer to Punta Arenas with Penguin colony on the way. Afternoon tour in Punta Arenas.
- Day 12: Flight back to Santiago.
- Day 13: International departure.
***Extend this tour to anywhere else in Chile like the Easter Island or South America***
Destinations: Santiago, Viña del Mar, San Pedro de Atacama, Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales
Length: 13 days/12 nights
Departure dates: daily. Patagonia’s region is available only from October to March
Minimum: 1 passenger
Operating season: October to March