Wine and Traditions of Chile
 
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS

  • Transfers and tour transportation
  • 7 nights accommodation with breakfast daily, three lunches, one dinner
  • City tour of Santiago, Full Day winery tour with lunch
  • Two day wine excursion to Colchagua Valley
  • City tour of Valparaiso and Vina del Mar  
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    Extension to the Atacama Desert – Marvels of Atacama
    4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

  • Includes: airport transfers, breakfast daily and two days of programmed sightseeing in the northern desert

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    Extension to Easter Island – Treasures of Rapa Nui  
     
    4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

  • Includes: airport transfers, breakfast daily and two days of programmed sightseeing on Easter Island
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    Chile and Argentina:
    Around the Horn with Mare Australis
    12DAYS / 11 NIGHTS

  • Transfers and tour transportation
  • 7 nights hotel accommodation with breakfast daily in Santiago and Buenos Aires.
  • City tour of Santiago, Half-day tour to winery
  • Full day tour to Vina del Mar and Valparaiso with lunch
  • 5 days / 4 nights cruise on Mare Australis from Punta Arenas, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina Cat. A outside cabin, including three meals daily and programmed guide shore and sea excursions
  • City tour, Tango show with dinner and Gaucho ranch tour with barbeque in Buenos Aires.
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    Pre or Post-cruise Tour The Capital and the Coast
    4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

  • Transfers and tour transportation
  • 4 nights accommodation with breakfast daily
  • City tour of Santiago, Winery tour and tasting with lunch
  • City tour of Valparaiso and Vina del Mar

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    About Chile

    Chile is a country of startling contrasts and extreme beauty, with attractions ranging from the towering volcanic peaks of the Andes to the ancient forests of the Lake District. Chile is justly famous for its Patagonia Region considered by many to be the finest nature travel destinations in all of South America.

    In the centre of the country is a long and expansive river valley, a five hundred mile corridor occupied in the north by vineyards and great farms and in the south by primeval forests and enchanting lakes. Santiago, the capital, anchors the northern and more prosperous section of the central valley. The lush Lake District to the south, and Patagonia beyond, offer travelers unparalleled scenery and opportunities for all types of adventure travel. Chile's climate is as diverse as its geography.

    The high season in Chile extends between the months of January, February (summer) and July (winter), as the Southern hemisphere is opposite to that of the Northern hemisphere. Aside from the extreme climatic conditions of the Andes and the desert areas in the north, the country enjoys a comfortable temperate climate.

    What you should know:

    Canadian citizens require a valid passport and are welcome to visit Chile without a visa for a period of 90 days. However there is a US$ 55.00 one time fee (payable in cash) on Canadian tourists arriving to any airport in Chile. This is based on the reciprocity principle, given that Canadian authorities do require a visa and charge the same amount to Chilean tourists traveling to Canada. For additional information on entry formalities or general information, consult with the nearest Chilean Embassy or consulate.

    Capital                      Santiago

    Official language    Spanish

    Currency                   Peso 

    Voltage                     220 V


     
     
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