Santiago and Wine Country
TRAVEL OPTIONS & TOURS
Explore the parks, markets and distinctive restaurants of Chile's largest
city Santiago. When you feel satiated with Santiago's cosmopolitan charms, a
short distance away is the Colchagua Valley, the Chilean equivalent of the Napa
Valley. The abundant sunshine, great soil and water create the perfect
conditions for gorgeous area wines, particularly reds. Carmenere is a varietal
that cannot be found anywhere else, so be sure to sample some while you have
this special opportunity. In addition to touring the vineyards, hiking and
horseback riding are also popular pursuits. Even people who don't consider
themselves museum goers are pleasantly surprised by the Colchagua Museum
considered one of the best museums in South America. Housed inside a colonial
building, the museum gives an overview of Chile and contains artifacts from the
pre-Columbian and Colonial eras, an extensive collection of amber, exhibits on
the lifestyle of Chilean cowboys, a collection of antique cars and carriages and
the Jewels of the Andes collection, which is especially dazzling.
Flights: Miami-Santiago, Santiago-Miami¹
3-night accommodations in Santiago
Private transfer from Santiago to Colchagua Valley (Santa Cruz)
2-night accommodations in Colchagua Valley (Santa Cruz)
Private transfer from Colchagua Valley (Santa Cruz) to Santiago
1-night accommodation in Santiago
Taxes and surcharges
Passengers traveling abroad require a
passport valid for six months beyond their travel dates. All travelers are responsible to check if a visa is required for all countries on their itinerary.
Arrival taxes are required for Chile of approximately $140 to be paid locally.
¹For pricing from your local airport, choose your date and then select your preferred airport and click “Continue Booking this Package”. Routing and schedule subject to availability at time of booking
Board your flight from the United States to Santiago, Chile.
Days 2 to 5:
Arrive in Santiago and make your way to your hotel.
You will be in Santiago for 3 nights, giving you plenty of time to explore. Breakfast included daily.
Days 5 to 7:
After breakfast in the hotel, check out and make your way to your private transfer to Santa Cruz. Arrive in Santa Cruz and make your way to your hotel.
You will be in the Colchagua Valley for 2 nights, giving you plenty of time to explore. Breakfast included daily.
Days 7 to 8:
After breakfast in the hotel, check out and make your way to your private transfer back to Santiago. Arrive in Santiago and make your way to your hotel.
You will be back in Santiago for 1 night, giving you plenty of time to explore. Breakfast included daily.
After breakfast in the hotel, bid farewell to Chile as you board your return flight to the United States.
Check out our optional sightseeing. Save time and money by pre-booking your sightseeing tours before you travel.
|Private Tour: Half Day Santiago City Tour and Cerro San Cristobal|
|Highlights: Enjoy a morning tour of Santiago. Highlights include San Francisco Church, Government Palace "La Moneda", Plaza de Armas, Cathedral, Central Post Office, City Hall, San Cristobal Hill (not included on Saturday and Sunday morning tours), Santa Lucia Hill and the Mapocho River.|
Duration: Half Day
Departures: Daily year round
|Shared Tour: Vina del Mar and Valparaiso with Lunch|
|Highlights: Venture out to the Pacific Coast for the day with visits to Valparaiso and Vina del Mar.|
Duration: Full Day
Departures: Tuesday through Sunday, year round
Hotels on Request: All packages are subject to availability at time of
booking. Hotels that are on request may not be available and a comparable
alternate will be offered.
Passengers traveling abroad require a passport valid
for six months beyond their travel dates. All travelers are responsible to check
if a visa is required for all countries on their itinerary.
Arrival/Departure taxes are required
for Chile of approximately $140 to be paid locally on arrival or
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