Walk with us on a great City Tour, the most beautiful and representative places of these cities. Coquimbo Charming for its stories of privateers and pirates, as well as the beauty of its coasts. Its extensive coastline communicates to the north with La Serena and to the south with a great variety of beaches, coves and spas. Imagine being on the Cross of the Third Millennium, a religious monument and the best viewpoint of Coquimbo, with a 360 ° view of the city where you can observe the attractions of the port. The heritage of this city, represented in the English Quarter, the port of Guayacán and other sites, will undoubtedly be a destination to visit. In turn, La Serena attracts by its neocolonial architectural style, its beautiful limestone churches, marble statues on a long avenue, museums, viewpoints, parks or the Monumental lighthouse among others, will not leave you indifferent. Be part of this great adventure.
Set out from Coquimbo port on a private sightseeing tour of La Serena, known for both its historic architecture and exquisite beaches. Visit some of the city's stone-built churches as well as its Archaeological Museum, exhibiting artifacts from Easter Island's Rapanui culture. Continue onto La Serena Lighthouse en route to Coquimbo city, another place known for its white sands as well as seafaring traditions. After lunch stop by the Cross of the Third Millennium and Guayacan, a neighborhood rich in copper smelting history. This shore excursion includes round-trip transport.
Explore Chile's lush Elqui Valley on a private shore excursion from your La Serena port of call. Set out for this stunning region where the bulk of Chilean pisco is produced, stopping first at Puclaro, an artificial reservoir offerings spectacular views of the area. Next tour a pisco factory, learn about the distillation process of this national spirit and enjoy a sampling or two before continuing on to Vicuña, the birthtown of poet Gabriela Mistral. Peruse the Gabriela Mistral museum, then enjoy lunch in Villaseca before returning to port.
This All-Inclusive round trip to Elqui Valley it is specially tailored and timed for Cruise Ship tourists, it includes the full experience of the valley in the exact amount of time of your visit.
This trip starts in the Port of Coquimbo and will be 8 hours long (or less!). We will visit the village of El Molle to eat exquisite traditional Chilean pastries before we visit Aba pisco distillery to taste a unique type of brandy and full size cocktails. To avoid the midday heat we will then drink artisanal and experimental beer at the Guayacan Brewery.
For dessert we can have cactus ice cream at La Bilbaína. Then, we will visit Cactus Brewery to enjoy refreshing ale beer and then we will return to La Serena to visit La Recova Market and the Third Millenium Cross in Coquimbo.
We will take care of your time! This tour will end at least one hour before your planned departure.