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Excursions in Valparaiso


Portillo Full Day, Tour in Private

Portillo Full Day, Tour in Private

Your excursion to the Portillo Resort takes you high into the Andes mountains. Portillo is located 145 kms (90 miles) north of Santiago, close to the Argentine border. It is nestled within a high Andean valley between the peaks of Mount Ojos de Agua (4.239 mts) and Mount La Parva (4.852 mts). The highest mountain in the Americas, Aconcagua (6.957 mts), is also very close by. Here you can stroll through one of Chile’s finest ski resorts and taste the excellent cuisine offered by the hotel restaurant (Optional). Enjoy the magnificent views of the surrounding snow-capped mountains and the emerald coloured Inca Lagoon (also seen from the resort restaurant). There will be ample time to go outside and explore the area. On the return trip to Valparaiso you will pass through scenic fruit-packing and wine-producing areas of the Aconcagua Valley.



Pablo Neruda House, Valparaiso and Isla Negra, Tour in Private

Pablo Neruda House, Valparaiso and Isla Negra, Tour in Private

Discover the treasures and legacy of Pablo Neruda, the famous Chilean Nobel Prize Laureate, and one of the most widely translated poets of this century. You may also know of him from the Foreign Film Academy’s acclaimed “Il Postino” (The Postman). Your tour begins with a drive into the labyrinth of streets that stretch over the many hillsides facing the bay of Valparaiso. This maze of winding streets offers incredible views of the imaginative architecture and bright colours of centenarian homes built by the first Europeans to settle in the city. Enjoy the breathtaking panorama of the bay as you enter the third of Neruda’s three Chilean homes, "La Sebastiana". La Sebastiana was bought by Neruda and two of his friends, a married couple, while still under construction. They divided the property, the ground floor and first floor on one side for his friends and the four floors on the other side for the poet. Each set to finish the building according to their own personal taste. Pablo Neruda filled his side with colour, antiques and staircases, as if his home was the city of Valparaiso itself. Next, you’ll travel to the village Isla Negra, located on the coast between Valparaiso and Santiago. Neruda enjoyed a great fortune and spent it mainly on the very human pursuits of travelling, collecting and entertaining. Overlooking the sea, Isla Negra was an escape from the bustle of Santiago and a writing retreat. The house today contains many of his personal belongings, antiques, and his eclectic collections of nautical items - most notably ship mastheads, indigenous masks, and antique glassware. By his request, Neruda and his wife Matilde are buried at Isla Negra looking out over the source of inspiration for many of his poems: the Pacific Ocean.



Horseback Riding with Beach BBQ

Horseback Riding with Beach BBQ

This excursion is recreational and suitable for first-time riders and experienced riders alike. Travel along the scenic coastal road passing through Viña del Mar and the Beach Resorts of Reñaca and Con Con to the Horse Corral. After a short safety and technical briefing, you’ll be helped onto your horse to begin your horseback riding adventure through the lowlands between the Mantagua Estuary, Ritoque Dunes and the beach. Your leisurely ride features a fascinating variety of geography including highland fields, damp lowland forests, stark desertlike sand dunes, and beach. During the ride you’ll see many typical area migratory birds. After crossing a shallow lagoon, you’ll arrive at Ritoque Beach where you´ll dismount to enjoy a delicious All-You-Can-Eat Chilean Beach Barbecue. Gallop, trot or walk your horse and enjoy the sensation of being one with nature hearing only the sound of the horse’s hooves & the splashing of waves as you ride along endless stretches of sandy beach and back to the corral. On your return to the Pier or Hotel you will pass a sea lion colony in Reñaca. Tour Includes Chilean horse, saddle, chaps and fluent English speaking guide.



Horseback Riding, Tour in Private

Horseback Riding, Tour in Private

This tour is recreational and suitable for first-time riders and experienced riders alike. After a short safety and technical briefing, you’ll be helped onto your horse to begin your horseback riding adventure through the lowlands between the Mantagua Estuary, Ritoque Dunes and beach. Your leisurely ride features a fascinating variety of geography including highland fields, damp lowland forests, stark desertlike sand dunes, and beach. During the ride you’ll see many typical area migratory birds. After crossing a shallow lagoon, you’ll arrive at the Ritoque Beach. Gallop, trot or walk your horse and enjoy the sensation of being one with nature hearing only the sound of the horses hooves & the splashing of waves as you ride along endless stretches of sandy beach and back to the corral. Tour Includes Chilean horse, saddle, chaps and fluent English speaking guide.



Valparaiso with Santiago Jewish History and City Highlights, Private Tour

Valparaiso with Santiago Jewish History and City Highlights, Private Tour

Jews have achieved prominent positions in the Chilean government and other areas of influence, and have played a key part in the founding of the country, both before and after its independence in 1813. Approximately 12,500 of Chile´s 15,000 Jews today reside in the capital of Santiago. Other smaller communities exist in Viña Del Mar (Valparaiso), Concepcion, Temuco, and Valdivia. Since 1920, Chile has implemented a clear separation between church and state, which has helped the Jews to achieve prominent status in the government and other fields. There are two day schools in the country as well as a clinic and old age home for the community and the University of Chile in Santiago has had a Jewish Studies Department since 1968. Your tour begins with a drive from Valapraiso to Santiago via the renowned wine-producing Casablanca Valley. Once in Santiago, you’ll tour the most interesting Jewish sites and areas of the city as well as visit the impressive Colonial and historical center. In Santiago, you will travel to the historical center to see the Presidential Palace "La Moneda" and Constitution Square. You will also see the Ex-National Congress building and the Justice Tribunal buildings en route to the impressive Plaza de Armas (Main Square). Here, we find the Municipal Cathedral, Ex-Governor’s Palace, Main Post Office and National Historic Museum. From here you’ll travel to the upper residential neighbourhood of Las Condes and past the biggest Jewish school in the city known as the Haim Weizman-Ort Hebrew Institute that today enrolls 1,700 students. In Las Condes, you will visit the Estadio Israelita Club and Synagogue. Next, you’ll visit the Ten Commandments Monument known by its inscription that claims it was copied from the old Jerusalem Bible. From here you will visit the Main Santiago Synagogue (or Similar).



Casablanca Valley and Wine Tour, Tour in Private

Casablanca Valley and Wine Tour, Tour in Private

Casablanca Valley is well known for top quality wines, many of which you can enjoy during this exclusive excursion. You will travel out of Valparaiso and into the Casablanca Valley, the youngest Chilean viticulture area which boasts a perfect trilogy: climate, soil and vine. Your first stop will the Veramonte Vineyard (or Similar) where you will enjoy a guided winery tour and wine tasting. Your tour continues through the valley with a stop at Viña Indomita (or Similar), a modern winery with a world famous reputation. Group visits (min. 20 people) will enjoy folkloric music during welcome cocktails. Guests are welcome to join in as a Chilean folkloric group performs native dances. There will be time to take a leisurely walk around the grounds before departing.



Valparaiso, Viña del Mar & Santiago Highlights

Valparaiso, Viña del Mar & Santiago Highlights

The tour takes you for a drive through Valparaiso passing the National Congress building and the commercial district, en route to the neighboring city of Vina del Mar where you’ll see the famous “Flower Clock”. Traveling along the coastal road, you’ll pass the Casino built in the 1930’s and through residential neighborhoods with their varied architecture and well groomed parks and gardens. Heading towards Santiago, you’ll travel through the picturesque Chilean countryside including the famous wine-producing valleys of Casablanca and Curacavi. In Santiago, you will travel to the historical center to see the Presidential Palace "La Moneda" and Constitution Square. You will also see the Ex-National Congress building and the Justice Tribunal buildings en route to the impressive Plaza de Armas (Main Square). Here, we find the Municipal Cathedral, Ex-Governor’s Palace, Main Post Office and National Historic Museum. From here, you’ll travel to one of the world’s largest urban parks: San Cristobal Hill. This lush park encompasses 712 hectares and includes a zoo, cable car system, International gardens and restaurants. From the top you are rewarded with spectacular 360 degree panoramic views of the city and the surrounding snow-capped Andes mountains. Crowning the hilltop are beautiful tiered gardens and an impressive 14 meter high 36 ton statue of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception that stands upon an 8.5 meter high pedestal and can be seen from most points of the city. The tour will continue through the modern and charming districts of Vitacura and Las Condes before the 90-minute return drive to Valparaiso.



Valparaiso, Viña del Mar and Highlights

Valparaiso, Viña del Mar and Highlights

The tour takes you for a drive through Valparaiso passing the National Congress building and the commercial district, en route to the neighboring city of Vina del Mar where you’ll see the famous “Flower Clock”. Traveling along the coastal road, you’ll pass the Casino built in the 1930’s and through residential neighborhoods with their varied architecture and well groomed parks and gardens. Heading towards Santiago, you’ll travel through the picturesque Chilean countryside including the famous wine-producing valleys of Casablanca and Curacavi. In Santiago, you will travel to the historical center to see the Presidential Palace "La Moneda" and Constitution Square. You will also see the Ex-National Congress building and the Justice Tribunal buildings en route to the impressive Plaza de Armas (Main Square). Here, we find the Municipal Cathedral, Ex-Governor’s Palace, Main Post Office and National Historic Museum. From here, you’ll travel to one of the world’s largest urban parks: San Cristobal Hill. This lush park encompasses 712 hectares and includes a zoo, cable car system, International gardens and restaurants. From the top you are rewarded with spectacular 360 degree panoramic views of the city and the surrounding snow-capped Andes mountains. Crowning the hilltop are beautiful tiered gardens and an impressive 14 meter high 36 ton statue of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception that stands upon an 8.5 meter high pedestal and can be seen from most points of the city.



Valparaiso, Viña del Mar and Beach

Valparaiso, Viña del Mar and Beach

As the tour departs, you'll travel to the district of Playa Ancha, site of the Chile Naval Academy. The tour continues by the areas popular and picturesque district and the 19th century Church "La Matriz", Plaza Echaurren and the Governor's Palace en route to the commercial heart of the city to the Plaza Victoria, Valparaiso's Main Square. The tour continues along Manuel Montt Avenue to the Congress Building and along the coast to the seaside resort of Vina del Mar. Once in Vina del Mar, you'll see the "Flower Clock", Wolf Castle, the Presidential Villa and the gardens of the 1930's style Casino. A stop will be made at Oceanic Rock for a panoramic view of the surrounding area. Before returning, a stop will be made for relaxing and enjoying a Pisco Sour, a national aperitif drink.



Valparaiso, Viña del Mar and City Tour

Valparaiso, Viña del Mar and City Tour

Discover the exceptional beauty of Valparaiso, a centuries old port city recently declared a World Heritage by UNESCO. Prior to the construction of the Panama Canal (1914), the Port of Valparaiso was the most important in the South Pacific as ships from around the world called here once they crossed Cape Horn or the Strait of Magellan. Explore a labyrinth of streets that stretch over the many tiered hillsides facing the bay and see an antique funicular (wooden cable car elevator) used to transport the resident “Porteños” up and down. Enjoy the imaginative architecture and bright colors of the centenarian homes built by the first Europeans to settle here mainly located on Cerro Concepcion and Cerro Alegre hills. Breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean await you at the "21 de Mayo" promenade and panoramic lookout point. Other city highlights include the La Matriz church, “Plaza Sotomayor” with its impressive Naval Heroes Monument, Ex-Govornor’s Palace and the Justice Tribunal building, as well as the Turri Clock and the first Spanish language newspaper building the El Mercurio. Contrasting the aged elegance of Valparaiso is the “Garden City” of Viña del Mar. Viña is renowned for its beautiful avenues lined with immense old trees, well-kept parks, popular resorts, long sandy beaches and holiday fun. Enroute to Viña, you’ll pass the Plaza Victoria, National Congress Building, and Santa Maria University. Upon arrival you’ll see the Viña "Flower Clock", impressive Presidential Palace, Brunet and Wulff Castles, the posh Viña del Mar Casino and luxury hotel and the lush Viña Main Plaza. From here you´ll travel further up the coast through the sunny resort beach area of Reñaca (part of Viña del Mar) to Oceanic Rock for chance views of a local sea lion colony.



Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, Santiago and National Historical Museum

Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, Santiago and National Historical Museum

The tour takes you for a drive through Valparaiso passing the National Congress building and the commercial district, en route to the neighboring city of Vina del Mar where you’ll see the famous “Flower Clock”. Traveling along the coastal road, you’ll pass the Casino built in the 1930’s and through residential neighborhoods with their varied architecture and well groomed parks and gardens. On the way to Santiago, you’ll travel through the picturesque wine-producing Casablanca Valley. Santiago is a city of contrasts. With remnants of its Colonial past to the ultra-modern high-rise buildings of its financial center, Chile´s capital city always has many exciting areas to explore. While in Santiago, stops will be made at the Santiago Cathedral and the Historical Museum. Travel south through the downtown area, passing the Club Hipico, a beautiful horseracing track in the older residential area of the city. You’ll proceed alongside the Parque O´Higgins and past the Cousino Palace that was built between 1870 and 1878 for the wealthy Cousino family. From here continue along the famous Alameda, Santiago´s colorful main avenue, crossing the Mapocho River and the bohemian Bella Vista district on the way to the San Cristobal Hill. When you reach the summit you will have the finest panoramic views of Santiago and the Andes Mountains. Tour the modern residential areas of the city with its daring architecture. A brief stop will be made at an elegant Lapis Lazuli Shop (blue semi-precious Chilean stone).



Valparaiso, Viña del Mar and Santiago Transfer, tour in Private

Valparaiso, Viña del Mar and Santiago Transfer, tour in Private

This tour is ideal for guests who are ending their cruise in Valparaiso and would like a transfer to the Santiago Airport or their Hotel. It is also suitable for those who are extending their stay in the area and need a transfer from Valparaiso to Santiago. Discover the exceptional beauty of Valparaiso, a centuries old port city recently declared a World Heritage by UNESCO. Prior to the construction of the Panama Canal (1914), the Port of Valparaiso was the most important in the South Pacific as ships from around the world called here once they crossed Cape Horn or the Strait of Magellan. Explore a labyrinth of streets that stretch over the many tiered hillsides facing the bay and see an antique funicular (wooden cable car elevator) used to transport the resident “Porteños” up and down. Enjoy the imaginative architecture and bright colors of the centenarian homes built by the first Europeans to settle here. Breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean await you at the "21 de Mayo" promenade and panoramic lookout point. Other city highlights include the La Matriz church, “Plaza Sotomayor” with its impressive Naval Heroes Monument, Ex-Govornor’s Palace and the Justice Tribunal building. Contrasting the aged elegance of Valparaiso is the “Garden City” of Viña del Mar. Viña is renowned for its beautiful avenues lined with immense old trees, well-kept parks, popular resorts, long sandy beaches and holiday fun. Enroute to Viña, you’ll pass the Plaza Victoria, National Congress Building, and Santa Maria University. Upon arrival you’ll see the Viña "Flower Clock", impressive Presidential Palace, Brunet and Wulff Castles, and the posh Viña del Mar Casino and luxury hotel. From here you’ll travel through the famous wine-producing Casablanca Valley en route to Santiago.



Viña del Mar and the Coast Village, Tour in Private

Viña del Mar and the Coast Village, Tour in Private

This tour is ideal for those who love surf and sun. Leaving Valparaiso/Viña del Mar, you’ll travel north along the coastal road to the summer beach resort town of Maitencillo. Here you’ll visit a sea-gull reserve, see a wide variety of marine life and enjoy the beach and its colorful handicraft market. You’ll continue to travel north to the town of Cachagua, another summer beach resort, with rural characteristics. You’ll have time to enjoy a walk to a viewpoint to see the Natural Sanctuary of Cachagua - an island where Humboldt Penguins are often found basking in the sun. The last stop will be Zapallar, one of the first established and most exclusive summer beach resorts in Chile. Zapallar dates from 1893 and retains every bit of its high turn-of-the-century style and Mediterranean elegance. Large but tasteful homes lie hidden among the mature forests and exuberant gardens above the beach, accessed by winding streets and a footpath that leads all the way around the north side of the bay.



Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, Wine Tour, Santiago and National Historical Museum, Tour in Private

Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, Wine Tour, Santiago and National Historical Museum, Tour in Private

The tour takes you for a drive through Valparaiso passing the National Congress building and the commercial district, en route to the neighboring city of Vina del Mar where you’ll see the famous “Flower Clock”. Traveling along the coastal road, you’ll pass the Casino built in the 1930’s and through residential neighborhoods with their varied architecture and well groomed parks and gardens. On the way to Santiago, you’ll travel through the picturesque wine-producing Casablanca Valley where you’ll stop to visit a renowned vineyard and enjoy wine tasting. Santiago is a city of contrasts. With remnants of its Colonial past to the ultra-modern high-rise buildings of its financial center, Chile´s capital city always has many exciting areas to explore. While in Santiago, stops will be made at the Santiago Cathedral and the Historical Museum. Travel south through the downtown area, passing the Club Hipico, a beautiful horseracing track in the older residential area of the city. You’ll proceed alongside the Parque O´Higgins and past the Cousino Palace that was built between 1870 and 1878 for the wealthy Cousino family. From here continue along the famous Alameda, Santiago´s colorful main avenue, crossing the Mapocho River and the bohemian Bella Vista district on the way to the San Cristobal Hill. When you reach the summit you will have the finest panoramic views of Santiago and the Andes Mountains. Tour the modern residential areas of the city with its daring architecture. A brief stop will be made at an elegant Lapis Lazuli Shop (blue semi-precious Chilean stone).



Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, Wine Tour & Santiago Highlights

Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, Wine Tour & Santiago Highlights

This tour is ideal for passengers who are ending their cruise in Valparaiso and would like a transfer to the Santiago Airport or their Hotel. It is also suitable for those who are extending their stay in the area and need a transfer from Valparaiso to Santiago. The tour takes you for a drive through Valparaiso passing the National Congress building and the commercial district, en route to the neighboring city of Vina del Mar where you’ll see the famous “Flower Clock”. Traveling along the coastal road, you’ll pass the Casino built in the 1930’s and through residential neighborhoods with their varied architecture and well groomed parks and gardens. On the way to Santiago, you’ll travel through the picturesque wine-producing Casablanca Valley where you’ll stop to visit a renowned vineyard and enjoy wine tasting. In Santiago, you will travel to the historical center to see the Presidential Palace "La Moneda" and Constitution Square. You will also see the Ex-National Congress building and the Justice Tribunal buildings en route to the impressive Plaza de Armas (Main Square). Here, we find the Municipal Cathedral, Ex-Governor’s Palace, Main Post Office and National Historic Museum. From here, you’ll travel to one of the world’s largest urban parks: San Cristobal Hill. This lush park encompasses 712 hectares and includes a zoo, cable car system, International gardens and restaurants. From the top you are rewarded with spectacular 360 degree panoramic views of the city and the surrounding snow-capped Andes mountains. Crowning the hilltop are beautiful tiered gardens and an impressive 14 meter high 36 ton statue of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception that stands upon an 8.5 meter high pedestal and can be seen from most points of the city. Tour Includes a visit to Santiago’s Barrio Alto Town, in the most luxury zone of this city, where you can see santiago’s luxury bussines life and also we will see the different luxury towns of the city.



Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, Wine Tour & Santiago transfer

Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, Wine Tour & Santiago transfer

This tour takes you for a drive through Valparaiso passing the National Congress building and the commercial district, en route to the neighboring city of Vina del Mar where you’ll see the famous “Flower Clock”. Traveling along the coastal road, you’ll pass the Casino built in the 1930’s and through residential neighborhoods with their varied architecture and well groomed parks and gardens. On the way to Santiago, you’ll travel through the picturesque wine-producing Casablanca Valley where you’ll stop to visit a renowned vineyard and enjoy wine tasting.