• Location: Santiago, Chile
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 74.00 View price calendar

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Discover more about Chilean culture during a 3-hour live dinner show in Santiago. Indulge in a traditional meal accompanied by Chile’s famous wine while you watch a dance performance enhanced by live music and traditional costumes showcasing five elements of Chile’s diverse cultural heritage.


  • Learn about Chilean culture during a 3-hour live dinner performance
  • Watch traditional dances showcasing Chile’s diverse heritage, accompanied by live music and costumes
  • Appetizer, dinner, dessert, and drinks included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Chilean Dinner and Show Experience in Santiago


Meet your guide at your centrally located Santiago hotel at roughly 8:15 p.m. Head to a well-reputed restaurant popular among visitors and locals alike for an evening of live entertainment.

Learn about Chilean culture through music, dance, and costumes, as entertainers share five styles of performance representative of Chile’s diverse heritage, including La Tirana, Cueca, and Araucanan.

Throughout the performance, enjoy a traditional dinner of an appetizer, three main course options, and a dessert, accompanied by a Pisco Sour and your choice of 2 soft drinks or a half bottle of wine and coffee.

At the end of the evening, meet your driver and return to your hotel.

Customer Reviews

wayne h

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

We didn't know what to expect but this turned out to be a great show. We were close to the stage and the dancers were exceptional. This was a great value.

Christian H

3 star rating: Worth doing October 2017

This experience was very interesting. It was great to see a local Chilean Folkloric dance. This show occurred while your meal occurred, but to be honest the restaurant service was so slow that we didn't even get to have dessert because we had to meet the driver outside at 11pm promptly and our desserts had not even been served yet by then. After the show, the atmosphere turns into a club feel with music playing and everyone going on the dancefloor. The floor is not up to par with what I have experienced in Santiago. If you want to try this for the cultural experience, then go for it, otherwise I would skip. However, we did have a guide that was with us at hotel pick up and get us settled at the Restaurant, Daniel- he was very nice and made sure everyone was comfortable before he left.


2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better December 2017

Show was average. The food below average.

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