Santiago is a mixture of the old and new.
we invite you to experience to discover this Big City. A Historical City with its European Eclectic and French Neoclassic architecture style building in many different part of down town.
We will show and tell you the history of the Foundation of Santiago exactly on the most emblematic hill of Santiago, Santa Lucia Hill.
We will walk through financial street, most busy pedestrian street, “PASEO AHUMADA”, the presidential palace, Plaza de Armas, Cathedral, Ex National Congress, Central Market, museums, barrio Bellavista, etc.
We start our excursion very early in order to reach the altitude of the Cordillera de los Andes (Andean Mountain Chain) surrounded by huge mountains along with a dawn that allows observing high steam fumaroles and hot-mud craters coming from the earth core and created by underground rivers of hot water which is produced by the volcano Tatio distant from the place.
The History of Valparaiso dates back to 1536 with his discovery.
Port city where few cities in the world have attracted much inspiration. City that knows no birth certificate as if the sea had founded.
Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine is a world-famous park in the Chilean Patagonian region. At an altitude of 150 feet above sea level with a peak reaching 9,840 feet covered by perpetual snow, it offers an exciting adventure.
It located 50 minutes away of South east of Stgo.
Following the current of Maipo River and joining with the Metropolitan Region we find one of the most traditional viticultural zone of the country and where it were founded the first vineyards.
Its natural limits are, by the east, Andes Mountain, and by the west, Coastal Mountains; it has a natural decline from east, 1000 mts Above Sea Level (3,281 fasl) descending to west, 500 m asl(1,640 fasl).
The complex is located around 3.000m (10,925ft) a.s.l. It is situated 150 km (93ml) from Santiago and 190 km (118ml) from Valparaiso through the way to Mendoza.
Viña del Mar
is known as The Garden City, because, we can enjoy a warm summer, beautiful sunsets in autumn, the flower spring aromas and the natural force of winter.
It extends from the city of San Fernando in the north to the south of Chimbarongo. It is the valley cradle of the chilean peasant traditions, where it is common to find the classic “Huaso” (Cowboy) wearing a poncho and chupalla (hat), and riding a horse.