From the driest desert in the world in the north to the towering granite towers of Torres del Paine of Patagonia in the south, this trip encompasses the best of Chile’s diverse landscapes.
|Day 2||San Pedro and Valle de la Luna|
|Day 3||San Pedro and Atacama Salt Lake|
|Day 4||El Tatio Geysers|
|Day 5||Puerto Varas|
|Day 7||Chiloe Island|
|Day 8||Puerto Varas|
|Day 9||Puerto Natales|
|Day 10||Torres del Paine National Park|
|Day 11||Puerto Natales|
|Day 12||Santiago de Chile|
|Day 13||Fly Home|
Visit the El Tatio geysers and remote settlement of Machuca. Return to San Pedro.
Visit to the Penguin islands, (weather permitting) and Ancud which is famous for its traditional market.
Drive to Torres del Paine National Park with breaks along the way for wildlife spotting.
Free morning, optional walks. Drive to Puerto Natales via the Milodon cave. Overnight on traditional Patagonian farm. Dinner included.
We work with accommodation from 3 star and upwards. Prices are based on 2 people sharing a room in a 3 star hotel. Ask us for upgrade recommendations and prices.
This price is based on 2 people sharing and joining group tours of each of the regions. It can also be done on a private basis which gives us the opportunity to add on some extra time in Torres del Paine which is a good idea if you want to do some more hiking.
If you enjoy wine consider adding a day or 2 visiting some of the vineyards close to Santiago. This can be done as a day trip, or you can stay at one of the wonderful wine hotels, a great way to end this trip.
Upgrade to the Tierra hotels for an altogether special and off the beaten track experience.
Domestic flights are included in the price and we can also arrange your international flights. You need to arrive and depart from Santiago de Chile which is well served by European, North american and Australasian airlines.