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Santiago: Sky Costanera Level 61 and 62 Entry Ticket

1. Santiago: Sky Costanera Level 61 and 62 Entry Ticket

Take an elevator into the clouds as you ascend Santiago's iconic Sky Costanera skyscraper. Holding the title of Latin America's tallest building, a ride up to the 61st floor is a must for all visitors to Santiago. Look out over miles of Chilean landscapes from the observation deck — a heart-stopping moment not to be forgotten. Dominating the skyline, the Sky Costanera structure towers over the financial district at a staggering 980 feet. Feel the world at your feet and enjoy a bird’s eye view of the surrounding Andes mountains with breathtaking 360-degree panoramas at your disposal. By day or by night, the experience is picture-perfect. Take the time to look at the maps and through the deck's telescopes to find Santiago's major landmarks. If you have the time, watch the sun set behind the mountains for an extra dose of the awe-inspiring and jaw-dropping.

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Santiago: Cousiño Macul Official Winery Tour with Tasting

2. Santiago: Cousiño Macul Official Winery Tour with Tasting

Explore the vineyards and the wine cellars of the renowned winery of Cousiño Macul. Discover the Chilean wine-making tradition as you get acquainted with the history of the winery and wine production. At the end of your tour, taste some of the delicious wines produced here.  The tour begins in the outdoor area where the winery guide will explain about the grapes that produce the best wines - Finis Terrae and Lota. Learn about the quality of the vineyard and the concept about how smaller the amount of grape clusters, the greater the concentration of its compounds. Continue through the winery with the largest barrels in Chile and in the world, made with Chilean oak and with a capacity for 30,000 liters, though no longer used are still a part of history. See many more elements and old pieces that were used for wine production and get to understand the differences between the old and modern day production process. Walk among the huge stainless steel barrels where the wine is processed today and visit the cellars that were built in the 19th century to see how and where the wine is stored. Before the end of the tour, you will partake in a tasting of some of Cousino Macul wines with some guidance on what to see, taste and smell. Your wine selection will depend on the option you choose, along with some extras like pairing with cheeses & nuts. You may also choose to add d bike tour through the gardens and vines, or to make it a private tour for just yourself and your group.

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From Santiago: Maipo Valley Wine Tour

3. From Santiago: Maipo Valley Wine Tour

Benefit from pickup in Santiago and then journey to the Maipo Valley to sample different wines from the acclaimed wine growing region. You will visit 2 or 3 wineries and taste some of the best wines in Chile. Learn more about the wine-making process and explore the historic cellars of wine estates, such as Concha y Toro, Santa Rita, Aquitania, Undurraga, or Cousiño Macul. Get a wine glass as a keepsake and compare the difference between the vineyards, each with its own unique character. If option is chosen, enjoy lunch at a restaurant before continuing with your wine tasting experience. Choose the option to get dropped off at your hotel or a location in central Santiago, if you would like to visit the Costanera Center complex.

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Santiago: Private Full-Day Wine Tasting Tour in Maipo Valley

4. Santiago: Private Full-Day Wine Tasting Tour in Maipo Valley

Enjoy a relaxing wine tasting experience and discover a rich diversity of high-quality wines from two Maipo Valley vineyards, the historic Santa Rita Vineyard and the world-renowned Concha y Toro Vineyard, on a private tour aboard a comfortable vehicle. Discover an amazing range of wines from these two famous vineyards in the closest Chilean wine-making region to Santiago, which is also the birthplace of the Chilean wine industry with vines growing here over the past 150 years. Visit the Santa Rita Vineyard first, which dates back to the 1880s and plays an important role in Chilean history as the site of one of the battles during the War for Independence. Admire the old hacienda-style Estate house and enjoy your wine while you stroll through the old cellars. You will see the grape variety garden, vineyards, winemaking and cellaring facilities, and the bottling process. The tour ends with a tasting of Reserva and Gran Reserva wines. After the first tasting, you can visit the neighboring “Museo Andino”, Andean Museum, which contains a special collection of pre-Columbian pottery, textiles and other artefacts. You then continue through the Maipo Valley to the town of Pirque where you can enjoy a local lunch. Then, head to the internationally-renowned Concha y Toro Vineyard, which dates back to 1883. Walk around the gardens of the summer residence of the Concha y Toro family, discover the variety garden, visit their cellars and taste a selection of three of their fine wines.

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From Santiago: Private Maipo Valley Wine Tour

5. From Santiago: Private Maipo Valley Wine Tour

Enjoy a private tour of the boutique wineries of Aquitania and Haras de Pirque located at the foothills of the Andes Mountains in the Maipo River Valley. Relax in their gardens, enjoy their wine, the wonderful flowers, and marvelous views.   First stop, Haras de Pirque. The visit starts on the main terrace of the wine cellar where the beautiful valley of Pirque and the majestic Andes Mountains can be appreciated. Moving inside the horse-shoe shaped cellar, visitors get to know the winemaking and barrel aging process, followed by a tasting of three wines – Albaclara Sauvignon Blanc, Reserva de Propiedad and Hussonet Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva in their memorable tasting room. Next, visit Aquitania, also located at the foot of the Andes. They focus on producing high-quality wines in limited quantities. Visitors have the opportunity to observe the entire process of wine production, where modern equipment is used and traditional craftsmanship, such as the manual labeling of bottles. The tour begins at the lookout of the winery, where you have a panoramic view of the vineyard. This is followed by a close-up look at the vines to appreciate their state depending on the season.  The tour continues with a visit to the wine cellar, barrel room, bottle storage room, and labeling sector. The tour ends with a tasting of their reserve wines. A perfect day away from the crowded, large production vineyards.

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Santiago: Horseback Riding, Sand Dunes and Viña del Mar Tour

6. Santiago: Horseback Riding, Sand Dunes and Viña del Mar Tour

Enjoy a comfortable air-conditioned transportation and arrive at the small town of Mantagua. Explore the beach and nearby Ritoque Sand Dunes on a 3-hour horseback ride. Cross the little streams from the Aconcagua River which empty into the Pacific Ocean after flowing all the way from Mount Aconcagua in the Andes. After the horseback ride, drive along the coast to Concón, known for its seaside restaurants and surf shops. Pass by the impressive Concón Sand Dunes and enjoy the panoramic views of Valparaiso Harbor. The tour continues through the popular beach town of Reñaca. Try to spot sea lions lying on the coastal rocks. Then drive to Viña del Mar, Chile’s Garden City. Visit the Flower Clock and Casino, a “Moai” statue from Easter Island, and the city’s pristine beaches.

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From Santiago: Private Isla Negra & Pomaire Day Trip

7. From Santiago: Private Isla Negra & Pomaire Day Trip

Begin your journey of Chile by being picked up at your hotel, where you will be greeted by your guide who will take care of you throughout the day. Head straight to the colorful seaside town of Isla Negra, one of Chile’s and South America’s most famous poets, Pablo Neruda’s home, now a museum, whereupon arrival your guide will take you on a walking tour. Explore the Nobel Prize winner’s eccentric home, including his collection of bottles, masks, antique shoes, and smoking pipes. Originally called Las Gaviotas, the town was renamed Isla Negra by Neruda. Next, head to the traditional town of Pomaire, famous for its clay pottery and Chilean handicrafts. The town is also known as the home of the largest “empanadas” in Chile – which you have the chance to taste. Along your private tour, your local guide with share insightful historical and cultural stories.

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Santiago: Isla Negra, Pablo Neruda Museum, and Wine Tasting

8. Santiago: Isla Negra, Pablo Neruda Museum, and Wine Tasting

Experience the best of Chile’s Pacific coast, countryside, and wine vineyards on this day trip from Santiago. See the colorful seaside town of Isla Negra and the museum that was once home to Nobel Prize-winning poet, Pablo Neruda. Gain a fascinating insight into Neruda's eccentric life and works as you walk through his house. Continue your drive along the coastline to the resort town of Algarrobo. Have lunch and then go on to the San Alfonso Resort to see Chile's biggest artificial lagoon. Visit the Casablanca Valley and stop at the organic Casas del Bosque Vineyard for a tour and wine tasting. Relax in the outdoor lounge area after an informative tour.

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Santiago: Maipo Canyon Zip-Lining and Canopy with Winery

9. Santiago: Maipo Canyon Zip-Lining and Canopy with Winery

After a two-hour drive from Santiago, arrive at Cascada de Las Animas in the small town of San Alfonso on the banks of the Maipo River. Once there, start the adventure with a canopy tour. Soar from treetop to treetop, while being securely buckled to a steel cable. Enjoy the spectacular forest views while your safety guide prepares you for your next flight. The zip-line is a 558-foot cable crossing the Maipo River, one of the longest in Chile. Enjoy this exciting experience where vertigo and adrenaline are combined. After zip-lining and canopy, have some free time for lunch at a quaint countryside restaurant. At the end of the day, visit the internationally-renowned Concha y Toro Wine Vineyard in the picturesque town of Pirque. Walk around the gardens of the residence, discover the variety garden, visit their cellars, and taste a selection of three of their fine wines.

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Santiago: Whitewater Rafting Adventure with Winery Tasting

10. Santiago: Whitewater Rafting Adventure with Winery Tasting

Start the day with a visit to Concha y Toro Wine Vineyard in the picturesque town of Pirque. The founder was Don Melchor Concha y Toro who brought the first vines from the Bordeaux region in France to Chile that grew prosperously in the Maipo River basin. Walk around the gardens of the residence, discover the variety garden, visit their cellars, and taste a selection of three of their fine wines. Then, have some free time for lunch at a quaint restaurant in the Andean village of San Jose de Maipo. In the afternoon, enjoy a 50-minute continuous succession of whitewater rapids, the longest rafting experience on the Maipo River. Get ready for adventure with class 3 and 4 rapids, spectacular Andes Mountains scenery, and relentless heart-pumping whitewater.

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What people are saying about Santiago

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 21 reviews

Great private tour. We only got two wineries in because of an incident at the third but I was more than happy with that and we got a swift and fair reimbursement. Driver’s English was good enough that we had no issues with communication.

Excellent activity. Recommended anyway. Learn more about the history of the Cousiño Goyenechea family. I went with my 81 year old dad and he enjoyed it as a kid. Amaro as a guide is dedicated, detailed and with an excellent disposition.

A must for everyone who is in Santiago! You get the best view of the whole city and can't get enough of it! In summer it is recommended to drive up around 8 p.m. to watch the sunset

We had an amazing time! Gabriel, our guide, was super friendly and knowledgeable! Overall, the wine was great, the views were beautiful, and we really enjoyed ourselves!

We loved, excellent everything, the site, the visit with Vania our super recommended guide