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Experience the beauty of the native Patagonian forest on this easy 5km hike in the Patagonian Andes. Learn all about Punta Arenas' wildlife, history, and culture with your passionate local guide.Come with us on this all-inclusive excursion to hike the Lenga trail of the Reserva Forestal Magallanes, located just 15 minutes from Punta Arenas. The trail boasts stunning views of the Rio las Minas, a centenary mixed Nothofagus forest, and abundant birdlife typical of the region of Magallanes. Enjoy adventure, camaraderie, and, on your breaks, some special Patagonian snacks typical of our region. Celebrate the completion of your hike with a boxed lunch overlooking Punta Arenas city and the Strait of Magellan.Be sure to bring your camera, your hiking shoes, and your sense of adventure on this beautiful excursion to discover the real treasure of Chilean Patagonia.
Driving for a couple of hours during some days in the area. A tour in the morning, another in the afternoon. Many days scaping from the city to get to another routine: traveling and seeing the desert, its valleys and lagoons. Stop. Breathe. Give yourself some time to know the place, but to do it for real. Rest your mind and your body in front of the altiplanic lagoons. Know Toconao and Socaire: the hospitality, its history and its people. Walk through the Inca Trail, the point where the Tropic of Capricorn crosses, see the reflection of the hills and the sun in the lagoons water, and say hi to the flamencos that inhabit the Atacama salt flat.A diverse but rewarding tour through the San Pedro de Atacama heights and places that will appeal your emotions and the will to stay there. We invite you to make this tour because the Chilean desert has a minute for you and will give you the opportunity to simply slow down.
Water running in the channels of the driest desert in the world is not particular only for its context, but also for the minerals present in the crystal-clear rivers that descend in the valleys. Puritama Springs are located on the way to El Tatio Geysers and they are a natural peace sanctuary for connection with the environment.In this place your body will find itself with the Atacama magic: in a moment you will see the bottom of a gorge and then you will be able to immerse under the water falling in eight warm natural swimming pools surrounded by vegetation, clear air and peace. Calcium, magnesium and sodium are some of the minerals contained in these spring, vital sign of the desert provision, which always humble show us its biggest secrets more than 3500 meters high.
Visit the home of Chile’s famous Pisco Sour on this full-day, small-group tour of the Elqui Valley from La Serena, including hotel pickup. Uncover the cosmic secrets of the Cochiguaz Valley; tour a Pisco production plant; and indulge in an expert-led Pisco tasting. After tucking into a traditional lunch (included) at a local restaurant, spend time exploring Vicuña, the hometown of Nobel Prize winning poet Gabriela Mistral.
Discover the beauty and tranquility of southern Chile as you explore the Vicente Pérez Rosales Park during this full-day excursion. Visit the Petrohue Waterfalls and see where the river flows over volcanic lava rocks. Then head to the village of Peulla to get a look at a group of volcanoes and admire the beautiful landscape before heading back to Puerto Varas.
Waking up early in the morning for an almost two hours travel is only justified if you experience the dawn surrounded by El Tatio Geysers, exhaling the steam that contrasts with the cold invading your body, but which feels nice because you are sharing a unique effect with nature and the sunrise at 4500 meters high. After a few minutes walking in this phenomenon, you admire it while you warm up your hands and body with a breakfast in the heights of San Pedro de Atacama hills, to then relax in the warm natural river pools that are located a little further downhill. When going down through the same paths that a few hours ago were completely dark, you can appreciate the fantastic view from the edge of the trails. Later on you can make a stop in the Putana wetland to rest, but also to admire the place’s fauna: flamencos and different type of birds in an exceptional lagoon surrounded by the path that leads to the town of Machuca.
A tour in the Atacama salt flat, specifically in a place that shows you not only the desert unique mineral wealth, but also its underground secrets.The waters that flood the deep wells hidden under the desert come to life in seven lagoons present in the middle of the Valley of Patience. The clear and opaque blue in each one of them makes you already think that something mystic is hidden in its depth. That something calls you to enter and immerse your body, and the surprise is not small: the quantity of salt in the water makes you float, relax, and you let yourself go.In this tour you can see how the desert hides secrets that are revealed only to the ones who dare to enter in its vastness. These secrets are the motivation to look for a closer and more direct relation with nature. Even though it is very likely that you do not know which words to use to describe this experience, your skin will perfectly know that received a gift from the hidden lagoons of Baltinache.
This is a one-of-a-kind and completely new experience.We will see the most modern part of Santiago.Get on an electric scooter and enjoy yourself in a sustainable way.We invite you to live a modern and fun adventure.
Lagoons in San Pedro de Atacama salt flat welcome you to this land next to the desert valleys. This vast space gathers the flora and fauna that lives in the dry habitat of the Antofagasta Region, and allows an exchange of experiences between people and biodiversity.Lagoons are the entrance to the subsoil composition, and for understanding how everything flows and connects in the valleys of the desert. They are also the door to magic, letting people visit them respectfully and rest in their salt water that allows to float. During this tour through the lagoons in Atacama salt flat you will have the chance of knowing and admiring the source of energy of the earth of this place: water and its mysticism.
A short but intense tour. Stopping in the Rainbow Valley is synonym of being at the feet of big rocks and multicolor hills. Red, white and green are the colors that paint these stone giants formed by erosion, giving a unique visual sensation that will make you want to see everything closer and closer. Then the course continues, with even more surprises. A tour in the simple and secret town of Río Grande (Big River), hidden in the hills’ slopes, painted of red for the color of its houses, and green on the outside for its colorful crops. To close this tour, you will visit the Yerbas Buenas Petroglyphs to follow the traces that the ancient Atacama people have left over the rocks during the thousands of years they have been inhabiting this desert.
Experience the beauty of the native Patagonian forest on this easy 5km hike in the Patagonian Andes. Learn all about Punta Arenas' wildlife, history, and culture with your passionate local guide.Come with us on this all-inclusive excursion to hike the Lenga trail of the Reserva Forestal Magallanes, located just 15 minutes from Punta Arenas. The trail boasts stunning views of the Rio las Minas, a centenary mixed Nothofagus forest, and abundant bird life typical of the region of Magallanes. Enjoy adventure, camaraderie, and, on your breaks, some special Patagonian snacks typical of our region. Celebrate the completion of your hike with a boxed lunch overlooking Punta Arenas city and the Strait of Magellan, before ending your tour with a scenic stop at the Mirador Cerro de la Cruz for some last photos and views of the strait.Be sure to bring your camera, your hiking shoes, and your sense of adventure on this beautiful excursion to discover the real treasure of Chilean Patagonia.
Follow Darwin´s footsteps who visited “La Campana” National Park in the August of 1834. Discover this marvelous place, designated by UNESCO as a “Biosphere Reserve” for the protection of the ancient Chilean Palm trees and thr abundant amount of native flora and fauna. Some palm trees are over 400 years old! Includes Mountain panoramic views and a hike to a 30-meter waterfall.
A tour for the Atacama Desert heights, the antithesis of the region. Escaping from the ambient temperature to border the low temperatures, to feel the wind in the face and to fight against the hills’ heights and the volcanos slopes alongside the road that leads to Paso de Jama, frontier mountain pass with Argentina.Nonetheless, this tour invites you to know a more exclusive part of San Pedro: unique places with low traffic, where the sun touches the neck and the back, but the heat is unnoticed when the altiplanic cold goes through your arms and wraps you in its soft breeze to take you to cross the hills’ slopes over 4000 meters high.In this tour you visit unique lagoons, salt flats at the foot of hills, volcanoes and its erosions, and viewpoints with incredible sights that will take you to know the other side of the Atacama Desert.
we will go into the same way as the famous writer Mary Graham or the well-known naturalist Charles Darwin back in 1834, we entered this wonderful world of the flora and fauna of the place, with only binoculars or camera, determined to immortalize in a image to the elusive Garza Cuca, who from the heights of his regalon pine, watches expectantly all the visitors of the place.As we go through the wetland we find a large number of Tagüitas, which when visitors realize they run to take refuge in the blackberries. We continue advancing to the Fallen Pine Observer and see Taguas, Taguas Chicas, Pato Jergón grande, Pato Colorado, Pato Yeco or as it is also known as Black Cormorant, Pimpollo, Great Herons more than 159 types of birds, come to this unique paradise and meet our 5 ecosystems!
Discover the magic of the Andes during your visit to Santiago! The Embalse is one of the best spots of the mountain range. Disconnect yourself from chaos of the city and recover your energy. Be ready with your camera to go through a waterfall, a tunnel, a millenarian glacier and the suggestive main town of San Jose de Maipo. Our professional mountain guides will show you the best of the area and you will have the possibility to taste appetizzers and chilean wine in the best company!. Live a unique experience and an unforgettable day at Cajon del Maipo!
Let yourself be enchanted by the beauty and majesty of the Radal Siete Tazas National Park and welcome you to a day full of adventure and contact with nature and its admirable waterfalls on an outdoor day that you will never forget.Let yourself be enchanted by the beauty and majesty of the Radal Siete Tazas National Park and welcome you to a day full of adventure and contact with nature and its admirable waterfalls on an outdoor day that you will never forget.It is one of the most impressive national parks due to the volcanic stone formations that border the clear river, forming different and beautiful natural pools protected by the enormous walls that this river of crystalline waters has created.
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