Chile Tours and Packages TripsDiscover Chile's Wonders: Exclusive Tours and Packages from Atacama to Patagonia

About our Chile Tours

Stunning beaches, enormous glaciers, magical woods, and serene lakes. Wonderful wildlife and vibrant cities. All of this is included in the On-the-Go Chile package. Climb volcanoes and savour Santiago wine tastings. Admire the ice caps, volcanoes, and other sights at Torres del Paine National Park. Chile is a strange yet alluring country that stretches 4,300 km down the South American coast and is only 64 km wide at its narrowest point. home to Patagonia's vast glacial landscapes and the Atacama Desert, the driest desert in the world. Gorgeous lakes, stunning geysers, volcanoes, and majestic mountains covered in snow. Adventure and environment come together in Chile. You can combine the warm hospitality of the Chilean people with their excellent food and wine, vibrant modern cities, and an amazing experience.

Along with Chile, our excursions also visit other South American countries like Argentina, Brazil, Peru, and Bolivia. While the less-traveled route is covered on our private trips of Chile. Get in contact with our staff right now to begin organising your Chile package, no matter how you choose to see the nation!

Our Chile Group Tours

Our group excursions to Chile cover all the major attractions of this vibrant, diversified nation as well as those of other South American nations. With a maximum group size of 20, our fully escorted small group tours will take you to see everything, from the capital city of Santiago to the glaciers and mountains of Torres del Paine National Park. You'll have daily breakfast, numerous other meals, internal flights, plenty of included excursions, private transportation, and accommodations in high-quality 3–4-star hotels (or 4–5 stars on Patagonia in Style!). For a hassle-free arrival and departure, we'll even pick you up and drop you off at the airport at the beginning and end of your vacation!

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Our Chile Private Tours

Maybe a private Chile package is a better option for you if you would rather travel with your family or close friends. Numerous of the highlights from our group excursions are also included in these itineraries, such as Santiago, San Pedro de Atacama, and Torres del Paine National Park. They also travel to some undiscovered beauties, such the Chilean Lake District and the northern city of Arica. Even with the included sightseeing, you will still benefit from the services of our tour guides, and your entire lodging and transportation are covered as well. If you would like more information about any of these trips, please contact our Reservations staff right away.

Frequently asked questions

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The majority, although not all, of our Chile tours start or pass through Santiago. So if you want to explore this fascinating city in the mountains then make sure to check our tour itineraries carefully!

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The Best of Chile

For millennia, the breathtaking slice of land that is Chile has captivated travellers. mainly because of the astounding diversity of its scenery. From the harshest deserts to the most flawlessly shaped mountains and volcanoes. Explore the top destinations in Chile, including Santiago, the Lake District, and Torres del Paine National Park.

Santiago

Comprised of dozens of thriving districts from the glitzy business areas to the more bohemian spots, Chile's capital of Santiago offers a diverse cultural landscape made even more appealing by the impressive natural backdrop of snow-capped mountains. It's also a city with its fair share of colonial architecture, interesting museums, vibrant markets and excellent restaurants in which to sample some Chilean wine.

San Pedro de Atacama

Nestled within beautiful mountains in Chile's northern altiplano, the village of San Pedro de Atacama is the perfect base for exploring the numerous natural beauties that decorate the region; from the dazzling salt flats to the otherworldly Valley of the Moon and the hugely impressive Tatio Geysers. These incredible landscapes become even more remarkable when you consider that San Pedro has not seen a drop of water since records began.

Torres del Paine National Park

The dramatic snow-capped mountains and brilliant blue waters of Torres del Paine National Park deserve a spot on any South American itinerary. The park sits in the southern region of Chilean Patagonia, in the Andes mountains, and is home to some of the most stunning hiking routes in the world, as well as a diverse selection of wildlife and a number of natural wonders, including waterfalls and glaciers.

Punta Arenas

Situated in the far south of Chile, Punta Arenas makes the perfect base for intrepid explorers looking to venture in and around the Tierra del Fuego archipelago. The city itself is a lively place, with the streets buzzing with activity, particularly in its giant tax-free shopping zone. Another must-see is the cemetery, often acclaimed as one of the most beautiful in the world.

Lake Villaricca

Villaricca, the most well-known lake in the Chilean Lakes region, is surrounded by a conical volcano of the same name. Villarrica volcano is one of the most active in the world, and smoke can often be seen billowing from its summit. Lake Villarrica is popular with water sports enthusiasts, and it is possible to enjoy all manner of activities, including trekking, biking, and horseback riding, in the surrounding area.

Valparaiso

Once known as ‘Little San Francisco’, Valparaiso experienced its golden age in the mid-19th century, before falling into decline with the opening of the Panama Canal. It has enjoyed a recent rejuvenation, however, with tourists flocking to admire the cobbled streets and colourful buildings. In addition, Valparaiso is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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