Discover Chile

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Visit four distinct regions to see deserts, glaciers, volcanoes and lakes

Details

Duration: 13 Days
Starts in: Chile
Group Size: 5-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Santiago; city tour

Full Day excursion to the enigmatic port city of Valparaiso

Fly to Calama; to San Pedro de Atacama

Visit Salar de Atacama & Altiplano lagoons

Excursion to El Tatio geysers; optional night-time astronomy tour

Fly to Puerto Montt; to Puerto Varas on the shore of Lago Llanquihue

Lago Todos Los Santos boat trip; walk near Osorno Volcano

Fly to Punta Arenas; transfer to Puerto Natales

Full day excursion to see some of the highlights of Torres del Paine N.P.

Walking at Lago Grey; free time in Torres del Paine N.P.

Optional Grey Glacier navigation; to Puerto Natales

To Punta Arenas; fly to Santiago

End Santiago

Additional Information

Chile’s narrow coastal strip stretches for 4300km and is dominated by the towering peaks of the Andes. Covering over half the length of South America, Chile has an unparalleled range of environments; from the world’s driest desert, the hostile Atacama, with its geysers and salt flats, to the fertile valleys and vineyards of central Chile. To the south lies the Lake District with dramatic, snow-capped volcanoes, deep blue lakes and gushing waterfalls. Further still, we reach Patagonia, a land of ice fields, mountains, glaciers and immense solitude; the 'uttermost part of the earth'.

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