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Meet Chile

USD 7,499
PHP 442,441
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PHP 501,441
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PHP 560,441
Rate Per Adult
Without Flights
USD 7,499
PHP 442,441
With Flights
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Children 2 - 13 years old
Children below 2 years old
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  • 4-star to 5-star hotel accommodations
  • Daily hotel breakfast
  • Transportation for the whole duration
  • Professional private local guide and driver
  • Entrance fees for the attractions
  • Local tourist taxes and permits


  • International airfare 
  • Personal travel insurance 
  • Visa fees and assistance

Important Notes to Remember

  • Card payments are subject to service fees.
  • You can customize each day based on your preferences.
  • Hotels, cars, and attractions can be requested.
  • Visa processing and assistance are offered.

Day 01: Santiago

Welcome to Chile! Upon arrival, meet and greet your local guide before your private transfer to the hotel for check-in and an overnight stay.


Day 02: Santiago - San Pedro De Atacama

Begin the day with a morning flight to Calama. Upon arrival, meet and greet your local guide, who will take you to San Pedro de Atacama, a 1.5-hour drive along the desert and its impressive stone colors. At approximately 100 kilometers from Calama, see the driest desert in the world, which hides a small oasis called San Pedro de Atacama. Then, see the village of dirt streets and adobe housing that has stolen the hearts of thousands of tourists with the charms of the Atacama and Spanish culture evidenced in each one of its buildings.


Day 03: San Pedro De Atacama

Discover the magical shadows of the desert as you visit the town of Toconao, the great Salar de Atacama with its Chaxa Lagoon, and the imposing Miscante and Miiques mountain lagoons located in the Los Flamencos National Reserve.

The journey will begin as you make your way to the Chaxa Lagoon, a stunning natural area comprising multiple smaller lagoons that are home to a variety of birds, including flamingos and parinas of varying sizes. Then, head towards the Altiplano to reach the Piedras Rojas viewpoint, where you can see a volcanic conglomerate formed by the oxidation of the iron present in that place. The next stop is the Miscanti and Miiques lagoons, which sit at an altitude of about 4,200 meters above sea level and are home to a broad diversity of bird species due to their proximity to the Andes' towering mountains.


Day 04: San Pedro De Atacama

Watch the sun rise in one of the most important geothermal fields in the world: the Tatio Geysers in the Altiplano. There are about 70 geysers here, each with its own boiling pool from which steam is released. To fully enjoy the stunning contrast of hues between the brilliantly blue sky and the pure vapor from the geysers, it is recommended that you visit first thing in the morning. Eat a hearty breakfast in this breathtaking location below the Andes.

Then, make a stop in the village of Machuca, a truly Atacama village of just 20 houses built from clay, straw, and cactus wood. Machuca's locals are entirely committed to the city's tourist industry, so you can expect to find authentic regional food and unique Andean goods you don’t want to miss.


Day 05: San Pedro De Atacama - Puerto Varas

A couple of kilometers outside of San Pedro de Atacama, between the jagged rocks and unusual shapes of the Cordillera de la Sal (Salt Mountains), is the Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley), a natural marvel of the Los Flamencos National Reserve. You'll feel like you're walking on the moon as you take in the surreal scenery here, with its bizarrely shaped rocks and craters. Then, in the afternoon, take in the breathtaking panorama of the Andes and its volcanoes. As night falls, the brilliant reds and golds of the desert sky will overwhelm your senses.


Day 06: Puerto Varas

Today, explore a lake originating from a glacier and an active volcano, famous for its perfectly shaped crater. Begin the excursion as you drive to the southern shores of Llanquihue Lake, where you can get a sense of the region's agricultural history and the impact of German settlers. Once in Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, enjoy the imposing Petrohué Waterfalls, which stun visitors due to their sheer size and the stunning color of their surrounding waters. Next, head to Todos Los Santos Lake, the origin of the Petrohué River, where you may relax on one of its quiet shores. Then, proceed to the base of the Osorno Volcano and stop for lunch in Ensenada before continuing on to the ski resort. The breathtaking scenery of Llanquihue Lake and the surrounding valley of the Petrohué River await you along the way.


Day 07: Puerto Varas

Explore Llanquihue Lake and the beautiful volcanoes that surround it today in this enchanting lakeside location. Beautiful historic cottages, many of which have been renovated into inns, bear the stamp of the area's German immigrants. Delectable kuchens and apple strudels await you as you settle in, and you can also sample some of the region's famous cuisine. Frutillar, located on the eastern bank of Llanquihue Lake, charms visitors all year. Upon arrival, take a rural road used by the local farmers, where you can see the agriculture and the cattle that are so common to the region. You'll also find the Teatro del Lago, a stage theater and music venue, to be another reason to fall in love with Frutillar.


Day 08: Puerto Varas - Puerto Natales

Today, prepare for your flight to Puerto Natales, the gateway to Torres del Paine National Park and outdoor adventure in the Patagonia Region. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel for check-in.

Against the spectacular background of the southernmost peaks of the Andes, the little village of Puerto Natales sits on the Señoret Channel along a picturesque fjord. In addition to the exciting sights and sounds of the surrounding area, your upcoming excursion will also provide you with delicious meals and essential supplies you will want to explore.


Day 09: Puerto Natales

The daylong journey starts in Torres del Paine National Park, where it visits various highlights such as Milodon Cave and the Silla del Diablo monument, as well as Laguna Sofia, the Cordillera Prat, Lake Porteo, and Del Toro Lake. Sierra Ballena, Cuernos del Paine, Lake Gray, the Paine River, Salto Grande, Nordenskjold Lake Viewpoint, and the stunning Sarmiento Lake, Amarga Lagoon, and Paine Waterfall are just some of the other Chilean wonders you'll get to see.


Day 10: Puerto Natales

Today you will journey to the Balmaceda and Serrano glaciers, where you will learn about the magnificent world of fjords. While traveling, be sure to stop, learn about the local wildlife, and treat yourself to a delicious whiskey on millennial ice.


Day 11: Puerto Natales - Punta Arenas - Santiago

After breakfast, head to the bus station and board a bus going from Puerto Natales to Punta Arenas to arrive at the airport. Upon arrival at Santiago Airport, meet and greet your local guide, who will transfer you to the hotel for check-in.


Day 12: Santiago

Explore the beauty of Santiago, a cosmopolitan and modern city that perfectly combines its traditions with a modern outlook. This day is dedicated for you to visit the heart of the city and its emblematic sites, such as the Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral, Santiago’s Central Postal Office, and its Municipality. Visit the Moneda Palace, which serves as the government's headquarters, as well as the historic city center's traditional neighborhoods. It's like a little piece of paradise right in the middle of the city. Here, learn more about Chile’s history and enjoy some of the best views in the city. After getting to know Santiago, head to Barrio Lastarria, a neighborhood known for its rich cultural heritage and delicious cuisine. This second part of the adventure will take you to the eastern side of the city, to the financial heart of Santiago, known for its modern buildings, impressive glass skyscrapers, and impressive sculptures designed by prominent national architects. There, you will see exactly why this area is known as "Sanhattan" among the locals.


Day 13: Santiago

Today marks the end of your wonderful experience in Chile. After breakfast, prepare for your transfer to the airport for your flight back home.

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