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This tour in Chile has it all. Chile is the longest and and narrowest country in the world. The country is 4275 km long from north to south, but only 350 km at its widest point east to west. Partly because of that it has different landscapes and climates.
The native flora of Chile is characterized by a higher degree of endemism and relatively fewer species compared to the flora of other countries of South America.
In this trip, you will see all the highlights of Chile. The Atacama desert with its salt lake and geysers, the Patagonia desert with Torres del Paine as the star in that area. And literally go to the end of the world.
Part with rentalcar
The start of your Chile tour. Santiago de Chile, or simply Santiago, is the capital and largest city of Chile as well as one of the largest cities in the Americas. It is the center of Chile’s largest and the most densely populated conurbation. The city is entirely located in the country’s central valley. Most of the city lies between 500 m (1,640 ft) and 650 m (2,133 ft) above mean sea level.
Pedal your way through the colorful, bohemian Bellavista neighborhood and local markets, taking in an abundance of fruits, vegetables, native seafood, and local characters. By the end of this morning bike tour, you’ll have a brand new understanding of Chilean culture and history in the capital city – and know a great place to find your next meal!
USD 45 per person
Situated on the coast of the Patagonian Fjord Última Esperanze (Last Hope), Puerto Natales lies nearby the imposing Riesco mountain range, which provide for some striking panorama views. The city is established in 1911 and is the perfect gateway for a visit to the famous Torres del Paine National Park and Chilean Patagonia!
The name of the National Park is a result of the three granite pillars and is famous for her spectacular glaciers, turquoise lakes and exquisite fauna. The Park is perfect for making hiking treks to discover the exceptional beauty of the surroundings. Declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1978, the Torres del Paine National Park is internationally recognized as one of the most beautiful, unique and uncontaminated places on the planet. It is a place of lakes, rivers, waterfalls, glaciers, forests and incredible wildlife. The vegetation of the park is different in each zone you visit. The most common species are the mata barrosa, the calafate, the estepa and the coiron, capachitos and orquideas. There are also small woods of lenga and coigue in the zones near the Pehoe Lake and the Lago de Grey trail. The most common animals that habitat the park are guanacos, nandues, condors, pumas, zorros grises and culpeos, and a huge variety of birds whose principal habitats are found around the lakes and lagoons.
Today you will make a visit to the famous Torres del Paine National Park! During the trip towards the National Park you can see the most diverse landscapes, from the deciduous Magellanic forest to the Patagonian steppe, dominated by the wind, aridity and the vastness of the landscape. Along the way you can find at least two species of local fauna in abundance, the guanaco, a South American camel type and the rhea, of the African ostrich family.
Included in trip
Punta Arenas lies on the Street of Magellan’s. Before the built of the Panama Canal this area was a very busy route for ships from the east to the west coast. Punta Arenas is the southernmost city of Chile. It is a lively city and the centre of the Chilean Patagonia concerning culture and industry, and is the access gate to the southern region, also known as ´the end of the world’. The furthest point during your Chile tour.
Transfers by bus
This city is also known as Ciudad de las Rosas (Roze City) and is beautifully located on the banks of the Llanquihue Lake. In Puerto Varas you will have a breathtaking view on the volcanoes Osorno and Calbuco, which arise across the water. The city is characterized by its old constructions of the former century, surrounded by beautiful gardens.
Start here on the road trip tour in Chile.
Categorie: Volkswagen Gol or similar.
Pick up: Puerto Montt Airport (10 a.m.)
Drop-off: Temuco Airport (10 a.m.)
+ premium insurance package (7 days x 24 hrs)
Located 80 km from Osorno in the Los Ríos Region, Puyehue National Park offers 107,000 hectares of beautiful lush scenery. Relax in its therapeutic hot springs, explore the park’s trails and discover treasures like crystalline rivers, waterfalls and Andean lakes surrounded by lush evergreen forests of coigüe, ulmo, tepa and mañío.
Pucón is a town in central Chile’s Lake District, lying on Lake Villarrica overlooked by the snow-capped Villarrica volcano. An adventure tourism hub, it’s renowned for access to hiking trails, water sports, white-water rafting and kayaking as well as skiing and snowboarding.
Dare to climb one of the most active volcanoes in South America. The ascent to the crater of a volcano is by far the best adventure in Pucón, imagine a crater with its lava, and you there, next to a spectacular panoramic view of valleys, lakes, chain of volcanoes and mountains. Live one of the best excursions in the area, ascending to the most active volcano in South America, (Villarrica Volcano).
On this excursion you will appreciate the best views of the region, lakes, cities and volcanoes, they will be part of the prize to reach the top. Duration: 8-9 hours. Caution: the equipment must be tested 1 day before. Observations: Bring 2 liters of water, snack, sunglasses and comfortable clothes.
USD 185 per person
San Pedro de Atacama is a town set on an arid high plateau in the Andes mountains of northeastern Chile. Its dramatic surrouding landscape incorporates desert, salt flats, volcanoes, geysers and hot springs. The Valle de la Luna in the nearby Los Flamencos National Reserve is a lunarlike depression with unusual rock formations, a huge sand dune and pink-streaked mountains.
Full day. Incl breakfast & lunch
Our first stop is the Salar de Atacama – gray-white salt flats interspersed with wetlands. These are fragile habitats to endemic and migrating birds, e.g., pink flamingoes, the quaint behavior of which can be observed while following a natural trail with viewing points, all the while offering impressive 360° vistas. We then slowly ascend to the Andean highlands (4.200mts), to walk along the shores first of two deep-blue lakes mirroring their namesake volcanoes and then visit some absolutely surreal, pastel-colored wetlands – picture postcard!
USD 150 per person
In the evening, one of the most expected moments is the sunset, and the best place to wait for it is the “Cordillera de la Sal” with its valleys, which are called Valle de Marte (Mars Valley) and Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley), both saline and clayed shapes, product of mineralogical folds that occurred hundred of millions years ago, originating little mountains with strange and capricious shapes, that sunset turns them into a moon landscape scene.
USD 60 per person
Day 16 in the Chile Tour. Today you head to Arica. Located 2,070 km from Santiago, Arica is known as Chile’s “Northern Port” and the “City of Eternal Spring.” The average temperature during its coldest season is 15ºC. Its dawns are misty, but as the sun rises the aridity reminds you of the desert that surrounds it. The city receives no more than 0.4 mm of rain a year.
Full day. Incl breakfast & thermal baths
An early start, as we will be catching the sunrise up at the geothermal field. We first spend a good three hours exploring, on foot: steaming, spouting geysers, bubbling hot mud, green, yellow and orange algae – all in an ancient yet active volcanic setting; time also for a relaxing soak in a hot pool. Coming back down slowly from the slopes of the Andes we travel slowly, for you to able to enjoy and photograph the variety of spectacular views and endemic flora and fauna. A light trek is suggested along the lone mountain brook of Puripica, down in a cactus-lined canyon. Return to San Pedro in time for lunch.
USD 110 per person
Public bus San Pedro de Atacama – Arica, for ex. BUSES ATACAMA 2000 departure 20.00 hrs arrival 05.00 hrs +1
Although it’s only just outside Santiago, Pirque has a very small-town feel to it with scenic vineyard-lined roads, a gorgeous nature reserve and empanada stands aplenty. There’s nothing small-scale or low-key about its main attraction, however: Viña Concha y Toro, Chile’s largest and most industrial winery. The main road leads east from Concha y Toro up the south side of Cajón del Maipo toward San Alfonso. About 3km along it is a string of restaurants, including La Vaquita Echá.
A private transfer will bring to the airport in Santiago de Chile where you can take your international flight back. We hope you had a great tour in Chile.
We combined the tour in Chile with a route through Argentinian Patagonia. For us an absolute added value. Good tips and travel planning through Mara. Great trip for walking. Above our expectations.
An excellent tour in Chile. With our kids aged 13 and 15 we were able to visit all the highlights in 25 days. New World has taken our wishes into account and has made the trip perfectly tailor-made. An extra day in Torres del Paine would have been better. So beautiful.
A nice tour through Chile. Good pace in the journey. Good hotel choices. Clear information when booking.