Visit: Cordillera Tours SPA, Antonia Lopez de Bello 90 Of 8, Santiago 8320186 Chile
Discover the beauty of the Andes Mountains by visiting the Cajón del Maipo, one of the preferred ecotourism zones of the central zone of Chile.
The first stop will be in San José de Maipo, a small and picturesque village founded in 1792. Then you will continue to El Yeso Reservoir, located at 2,500 meters above sea level, and Santiago's main water reserve. During the journey you will appreciate a hanging glacier, a wonderful Andean mountain system, flora and fauna typical of the area.
Transfer from hotels or apartments located in Recoleta, Santiago, Providencia, Las Condes.
- Detention in a tent of clothes of Thermal Clothes (Winter Season)
- San Jose de Maipo
- Reservoir El Yeso
- stop for pictures in lookout
- Tunel Tinoco
- Plaza San Jose de Maipo
Vineyard Entrance Ticket
1. Park, gardens and house:
Walk through the gardens, park and outside of the Concha y Toro family summer residence towards the end of the 19th century.
2. Wine tasting and gift glass:
3. Variety Garden:
Learn where the Concha y Toro wine comes from in the Variety Garden, a place with 26 vine grape vines. Visit to the old Pirqué vineyard. Panoramic view of the Maipo Valley from the terraces of the vineyard.
4. Wine tasting:
5. Guard cellar and Casillero del Diablo:
Visit to the cellars of guard, among them, the centenary Casillero del Diablo, the legend of the wine.
Transfer from Hotel to Valparaíso- Viña del Mar
It retires in Hotels and apartments from Comunas de Santiago, Recoleta, Providencia, and Las Condes.
Rio Tinto (Casablanca Valley store)
Punta de Ángeles Lighthouse (Valparaiso)
Mirador 21 de Mayo (Valparaiso)
Sotomayor Square (Valparaiso)
Boat Trip on the Bay (Valparaiso)
Flower Clock (Viña del Mar)
Av. Peru (Viña del Mar)
Sector 2 Reñaca
Fonck Museum (Ticket not included)
Valparaíso- Viña del Mar / Hotel
Service operated in VAN / Minibus with Maximum Capacity 16 Passengers
The coastal cities of Valparaíso and Viña del Mar are located only 120 kilometers from Santiago. The trip to them takes you through the Central Valley which is famous for its wines, fruits, and cheeses.
Valparaíso, declared by UNESCO as World Heritage, is one of the main ports of Chile, which through its spontaneous architecture -constructed on hills- shows one of the most culturally active cities in Chile.
For its part, Viña del Mar, which in its beginnings was a land of vineyards, today is the most important resort in Chile