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Thin and unreasonably long, Chile stretches from the belly of South America to its foot, reaching from the driest desert on earth to vast southern glacial fields. Diverse landscapes unfurl over 4300 km stretch. Barren yet beautiful, Chile’s Atacama Desert is an alluring world of sand and rock. Santiago is home to modern skyscrapers and historic colonial architecture, while the journey through the wilds of Torres del Paine National Park is no small feat. But the rewards are unparalleled. Sunsets on the lagoon, hikes to the edges of glaciers and sweeping views that will get your heart racing. Chile is nature running free!

Tour highlights:

Puerto Natales - Milodon cave, National parks with lakes, waterfalls and glaciers.
Santiago de Chile - city tour
San Pedro de Atacama - Moon valley and Death Valley


Itinerary:

Day 1. Puerto Natales
Arrival at Puerto Natales airport and transfer to “Altiplanico” hotel. Our representative will escort you and give you the info pack for the tour.
Overnight in Puerto Natales

Day 2. Puerto Natales - Torres del Paine National Park
We depart around 8.00 a.m. towards our first destination - Milodon cave where bones of prehistoric animals known as milodons were found. Then we will head towards the National Park that boasts impressive landscapes and we enter through Laguna Amarga. Here we can observe guanacos, rheas, condors, foxes, hares, pumas and American lions. Inside the park there are lakes, waterfalls and glaciers. A 15 minutes’ walk will take us to “Salto Grande” waterfall. After lunch we continue towards the Grey Glacier, stroll along the riverside and later on - return to our hotel in Puerto Natales.
Overnight in Puerto Natales

Day 3. Puerto Natales
Day at leisure.
Overnight in Puerto Natales.

Day 4. Puerto Natales - Santiago de Chile
Transfer to Puerto Natales Airport. Upon arrival at Santiago de Chile airport you will be met by our representative and escorted to “Fundador” hotel.
Overnight in Santiago de Chile.

Day 5. Santiago de Chile - City tour.
We will guide you through Plaza de Armas, main square of Santiago, where the cathedral, the main post office and the city hall are located. Next stop are the surroundings of La Moneda governmental palace, we will drive through the old neighborhoods like Republica and Concha y Toro. Later we will visit the eastern part of the city with its modern buildings. Our tour will end in a handicraft store with lapis lazuli masterpieces- a stone found in Chile and Afghanistan only.
Overnight in Santiago de Chile.

Day 6. Santiago de Chile.
Day at leisure.
Overnight in Santiago de Chile.

Day 7. Santiago de Chile - San Pedro de Atacama
Transfer to Santiago de Chile airport. Flight to Calama airport where you will be met by our representative and escorted to “Casa de Don Tomas” hotel in San Pedro de Atacama.
Overnight in San Pedro de Atacama.

Day 8. San Pedro de Atacama - Moon Valley & Death Valley
We will depart from the hotel and head to the Cordillera de la Sal (Salt Mountain Range). First we will arrive at Valle de la Muerte (Death Valley). Its salt formations look like sculptures and works of art. We will then continue to Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley - a small depression of saline ground with a number of small, sharp-crested hills, where once used to be a lake. This unique place is famous for its caves and natural mineral sculptures like Las Tres Marias formed by wind erosion. It truly resembles a lunar setting. We will end the tour by admiring the sunset from La Gran Duna (The Great Dune) with its majestic display of colors.
Overnight in San Pedro de Atacama.

Day 9. San Pedro de Atacama
Day at leisure.
Overnight in San Pedro de Atacama.

Day 10. Departure
At the set time you will be transferred to Calama airport. End of our services.

Price does not include: ► international or domestic fares ► entrance fees ►services and non-mentioned meals in the itinerary ► early check-in, late check-out and hotel extras ► insurance ► personal expenses ► tips for guides and hotel staff, Trips SouthAmerica Tour Leader along the itinerary

Good to know: ► no reservations have been placed, hotels may vary according to availability ► all prices are subject to change without previous notice

Visa: European citizens do not need tourist visa for Chile for a short stay (up to 90 days)

 


Price Includes:
transfer airport – hotel – airport in each destination
accommodation at the selected hotels or similar with breakfast
tours as per program
local English speaking guides
permanent assistance in each city

Not Included:
international or domestic fares
entrance fees
services and non-mentioned meals in the itinerary
early check-in
late check-out and hotel extras
insurance
personal expenses
tips for guides and hotel staff
Trips SouthAmerica Tour Leader along the itinerary

Additional Services:
single room supplement: 565 EUR (Jan – Sep 2019) and 620 EUR (for Oct – Dec 2019)
4 domestic flights: about 500 EUR (to be confirmed depending on the dates and availability)


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