Chile Adventure with Patagonia Glamping Experience 14 Days
.An unforgettable adventure through Chile, with fantastic excursions, exciting adventures and unique accommodations throughout. Traversing from north to south and back again, you will discover some of this vast country’s remarkable highlights including Santiago, San Pedro de Atacama, Puerto Varas, the incredible Torres Del Paine in Patagonia and the Matetic wine region. Stunning scenery will abound at every turn, with mountains, lakes, volcanoes, desert and geysers providing magnificent backdrops as you discover what makes this beautiful country so special. Added to a memorable and unique glamping experience in Patagonia, this is the ultimate Chilean adventure.
Prices are based on two people sharing and single supplements apply. Upgraded itineraries are available with higher level accommodations, please enquire for details and prices.
- Unforgettable glamping and adventure experience in Torres Del Paine in Patagonia
- City tour through vibrant Santiago
- Discover San Pedro de Atacama with trips to Rainbow Valley, the Death & Moon Valleys and Atacama Salt Lake
- See the famous El Tatio geysers and the village of Machuca
- Visit the lakes and craters of Puerto Varas as well as the majestic Osorno Volcano
- Wonderful wine tasting experience in one of Chile’s finest wine regions
- Activity options including kayaking, hiking and cycling
- Accommodation with board basis as described in itinerary
- All domestic flights as described
- All excursions, tours and activities as described
- All transfers between accommodations and airports
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On day one of your Chilean discovery tour you will arrive independently and take your transfer to your hotel for your two-night stay. The rest of today will be at your leisure and you may wish to spend some time sampling the culture, food and memorable atmosphere of this vibrant city.
After breakfast the next morning you will begin your wonderful “Sensations City Tour” of Santiago where you will experience the city guided by your senses (and an expert guide of course). Highlights of this city tour will include historic Santa Lucía Hill with its wonderful facades, fountains and stairways, and the famous European architecture of the París-Londres neighbourhood. You will have the chance to sip a coffee at one of the notorious “café con piernas” before visiting some of the most popular, bustling and historic streets in the city. We will continue our tour of the senses with a visit to a number of famous markets, including Central Market and Vega Chica Market, where you can sample some of Chile’s traditional drinks and cuisines as well as visit a renowned flower market filled with colourful displays and beautiful scents. Your fascinating tour will end with a tour of the cultural neighbourhood of Lastarria, where your hotel is located and where the sights and sounds of this uniquely amazing city come to life.
2 night’s accommodation at Luciano K Hotel with breakfast included.
Santiago to San Pedro de Atacama
Today you will bid farewell to Santiago for now as you take your transfer to the airport for your included flight to Calama. Upon arrival in Calama you will be transported to the colourful and memorable town of San Pedro de Atacama where you will be based for the next three nights. After settling in to your beautiful hotel, this afternoon will be your first chance for some adventure in this area as you visit the mystifying Death and Moon Valleys which boast incredible sand and stone formations which will be even more impressive as you visit while the sun sets.
3 nights’ accommodation at Altiplanico, San Pedro de Atacama, with 3 breakfasts, 1 lunch and a welcome cocktail.
Upgraded accommodation options are available. Please enquire for details and costs.
Exploring Around the Atacama Desert
On day 4 you will take a tour to Rainbow Valley and the Atacama Salt Lake, stopping first at the enigmatic archaeological site of Yerbas Buenas to marvel at the variety of old petroglyphs carved in the rocks. As you reach the fascinating Rainbow Valley in the heart of the Atacama Desert there will be ample time to explore around and photograph the beautiful hills and enchanting multi-coloured rock formations. After lunch you will then head to the traditional village of Toconao to see its historic white bell tower before reaching the impressive Atacama Salt Lake to discover how this inland sea was formed millions of years ago and delight in the picture-postcard landscape.
Day 5 will bring more adventure as we rise at dawn to make our way to the famous El Tatio Geysers, the highest geothermal field in the world. Flanked by soaring peaks, steaming ponds with brilliant salt crystals reflecting the blue skies and spectacular scenery, you will witness the powerful spurts of steam shooting out from the geyser blowholes as day breaks in this remarkable part of the world. After a memorable morning it will be time to head back to the hotel, stopping at the unique village of Machuca along the way. Machuca was known as the resting place for llama caravans that travelled the Inca Highway. The rest of the evening in San Pedro de Atacama will be at your leisure.
On the morning of day 6, after breakfast, a transfer will take us to the airport for our included flight to Puerto Montt. Upon arrival in Puerto Montt another transfer will take us to Hotel Cumbres in Puerto Varas, our lovely base for the next two nights.
The following morning we will wake early to take a memorable full day excursion around Llanquihue Lake with our first stop being the old industrial town of Llanquihue. We will then drive past farms and beautiful landscapes to the town of Frutillar to see its Teatro Del Lago (Lake Theatre) and German museum. On our next stop we will discover the rich and varied architecture of Puerto Octay before reaching the Vicente Perez Rosales National Park which is home to the imposing Osorno Volcano. If weather conditions are appealing, we may take a trek around the lakes and craters here before continuing on to the stunning Petrohué River and Petrohué Waterfalls for some wonderful photo opportunities. Our last stop will take us to Todos Los Santos Lake where you can enjoy an included boat ride across the emerald waters before we return back to the hotel for the evening.
Two nights’ accommodation at Hotel Cumbres with breakfasts and one packed lunch.
Patagonia Camp - Torres Del Paine
On the morning of day 8 your transfer will take you to the airport for your included flight to Punta Arenas where you will then be transported to Torres Del Paine National Park and the nearby Patagonia Camp. After settling in to your excitingly unique “glamping” yurt and taking some time to soak up the spectacular views you can begin your program of activities.
4 nights’ accommodation at Patagonia Camp on an all-inclusive basis with all meals, open bar, excursions into the park, bilingual guides and park fees included.
Patagonia Camp - Torres Del Paine
Over the course of the next three days you will enjoy the all-inclusive hospitality of this enchanting place as you enjoy activities, excursions, an unforgettable atmosphere and delicious food and drinks. Located just 15 kilometres outside the spectacular granite peaks of the Torres del Paine national park, the camp has an expansive private reserve of over 40 kilometres of exclusive walking trails which can be enjoyed by guests. Here you will encounter none of the crowds that sometimes frequent certain areas of Torres del Paine in peak season. A programme of activities designed to combine these quieter activities with key activities within the park itself offers guests the best possible experience here. Patagonia Camp’s excursion programme has been deliberately designed to offer options for all levels of fitness, from challenging 8 hour hikes, more gentle walks with scenic lakeside picnics or even vehicle tours taking in some of the main viewpoints in this dramatic region. Kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and catch & release fishing are some of the other activities on offer.
On the morning of day 12 we will bid a fond farewell to Torres Del Paine as we transfer back to Punta Arenas for our included flight to Santiago. Upon arrival in Santiago you will be transferred to the beautiful Matetic Winery west of the city for your two-day wine experience. The rest of today will be at your leisure and the following day you can enjoy a fantastic tour of the winery and plenty of wine tasting.
Two nights’ accommodation at La Casona at Matetic Vineyards with breakfasts, dinners and winery tour included.
On day 14 a transfer will take you back to Santiago airport for your onward or homeward flights.
A view from Above
Altiplanico, San Pedro de Atacama
Hidden away on the outskirts of San Pedro de Atacama in the enchanting Atacama desert you will find the beautiful Altiplanico hotel, a village style resort made almost entirely from adobe with an authentic feel and a welcoming atmosphere.
Located just 1km from the tourist hotspot of San Pedro de Atacama this unique hotel highlights all that is wonderful about the Atacama Desert region, one of the driest places in the world and fast becoming one of South America's most popular must-see destinations. This hotel offers a laid-back escape from the crowds and with uniquely designed bedrooms, rustic surroundings and spectacular views of the Andes this is an ideal retreat for guests looking for an authentic and enjoyable desert experience.
Hotel Cumbres, Puerto Varas
Located in enchanted Puerto Varas, not only is this superb award-winning hotel situated perfectly within a 10 minute walk to the Beach, Casino and Museum, you also have dramatic views of Lago Llanquihue and the Osorno and Calbuco Volcanoes. The location of this five-star luxurious hotel is perfect for both city and nature lovers.
Using native wood and stone design, Hotel Cumbres is a perfect reflection of its surroundings. With expansive windows, you will truly feel connected to the breath-taking landscape of southern Chile.
La Casona at Matetic Vineyards
Located on the famous Matetic Vineyard, this ten-room boutique hotel provides beautiful accommodation for guests wishing to discover one of the finest vineyards in the El Rosario Valley. Perched among the delightful Chilean countryside and surrounded by acres of farmland and vineyards, the hotel represents a typical Chilean colonial building. The hotel has been completely remodelled and exquisitely decorated by Max Cummins, a famous architect and designer, to provide ten spacious and elegant guest bedrooms.
Patagonia Camp, Torres del Paine NP
Priding itself on being the first glamping experience on offer in South America, Patagonia Camp truly is a very special place to stay. Located in Chilean Patagonia, just 15 kilometres outside the spectacular granite peaks of the Torres del Paine national park, visitors to the camp can enjoy a true Patagonian wilderness experience but without compromising on any creature comforts.
Luciano K Hotel, Santiago
This welcoming boutique hotel is located in the in the heart of Santiago’s gastronomic Lastarria neighbourhood. The building is steeped in history and was at one time the tallest building in Chile when it was built in 1920. It was designed by the architect Luciano Kulczewski and to this day maintains the glamour and elegance of the 1920s in its architecture and design. Featuring a beautiful mix of traditional décor and modern comforts, the hotel provides 38 comfortable and elegantly decorated bedrooms.
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