Visit the Atacama desert - the driest in the world.
Explore Easter Island - an open air museum on the most remote island in the world.
Torres del Paine National Park - 8th wonder of the world, mountains and glaciers.
Be amazed by the Cuernos de Paine - "Horns of Paine" in the Torres del Paine National Park.
Sail the Last Hope Sound to see the Balmaceda and Serrano glaciers.
Guided walking tour of downtown Santiago - Chile's buzzing capital.
Experience the force of nature at the Tatio Geysers.
Taste Chilean wine in situ - visit to the heartland of Chile's wine country.
We did so many excellent and fun activities on this trip its hard to pin it down to one but I think for both of us the most enjoyable day was the Cactus Valley trek in the Atacama.
Koleaar, Tailor Made Chile
Arrive Calama. Transfer to hotel in San Pedro de Atacama, hotel
Cordillera de la Sal, Valle de la Luna, Valle de La Muerte (B)
Atacama salt flat and Altiplanic lakes (B,L)
Tatio geysers and Puritma hot springs, star gazing tour (B)
Arrive Punta Arenas, transfer, hotel (B)
Bus to Puerto Natales, transfer to hotel, hotel (B)
Sail to Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers, hotel (B,L)
Full day tour to Torres del Paine National Park, hotel (B)
Day free in Torres del Paine National Park, hotel (B)
Bus to Puerto Natales, transfer to hotel (B)
Bus to Punta Arenas airport, fly to Santiago, transfer to hotel (B)
Santiago walking tour, hotel (B)
Transfer to airport, fly to Easter Islands, arrival transfer to hotel, hotel (B)
Full day tour Moai route, hotel (B,L)
Half day tour Rano Kao and half day tour Ahu Akivi, hotel (B)
Fly to Santiago, transfer to Santa Cruz in the Colchagua Valley, hotel (B)
Winery tour, hotel (B)
Day free in Santa Cruz, hotel (B)
Transfer to Santiago airport, ends (B)
Transfers, tours as listed, meals (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner), transportation, services and accommodation all as described in the itinerary, park entry fees
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Dates: From March 2018 to December 2018
Duration: 13 days
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It was a FABULOUS trip – so THANK YOU! All the bookings, guides and transport that ANDEAN set up worked out very well for us and made for a great trip. For me the highlights of the trip were seeing the incredible landscapes of Patagonia, Perito Moreno glacier, the beautiful hikes to Lago del Torre and Fitzroy in Los Glacieres, and completing the Torres del Paine W trek with highpoints of Frances Valley and the Torres.
The W-trek was a little harder than we anticipated mostly due to weather which we had heard about but was truly unlike anything I’ve experienced (50-90km/hr winds)! But the trek was a good challenge and we were proud to have completed it! Everything you set up worked out very well for us – having 2 nights at Refugio Chileno was super as that gave us more options to get up to the Torres which we saw very well in between snow showers. I would not have wanted to walk up to the Torres on the same day as getting to another hut.
We also had a great time at Perito Moreno and at El Chalten where we did two 25km hikes and got great views of the Fitzroy range. I’m glad to have done all that before the TdP – would not want to have missed that! I really liked the town of El Chalten and the hikes there were a bit easier and absolutely beautiful. After TdP, we rested in style on the MV Stella Australis (having gotten upgraded to a first class cabin!) on our voyage through Tierra del Fuego and the Beagle Channel to Ushuaia.
This was truly a life-changing wonderful trip!
M. Gleason, UK, 2016
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