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  • From Santiago: Maipo Canyon Volcano and Hot Spring Tour

    1. From Santiago: Maipo Canyon Volcano and Hot Spring Tour

    Depart Santiago and journey to the foothills of the Andes Mountains, where you will find the remote and peaceful Baños Colina. Depart at 07:00 for an estimated arrival time at San José de Maipo at 09:00. Admire the stunning beauty of the Maipo Canyon (Cajón del Maipo) along the way. Upon arrival at the volcano of San José de Maipo, take a 2-hour, 4-kilometer round-trip hike to a glorious viewpoint. Get breathtaking views of one of the most active volcanoes in the metropolitan region, and learn why the area is one of the world's most lively, geologically speaking. Stop for lunch and a glass of wine at 12:30 PM, and then continue to the hot springs of Baños Colina, located about 100 kilometers from Santiago at an altitude of 2,500 meters above sea level. Enjoy panoramic views of the Andes Mountains while sitting in a natural pool that can reach temperatures of 50°C. Return to Santiago a...

    This was an amazing tour, the guides were really helpful. just be careful some of thr springs are very hot

  • Santiago: Maipo Canyon Zip-Lining and Canopy with Winery

    2. 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.

  • Santiago: Whitewater Rafting Adventure with Winery Tasting

    3. 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

Fabulous excursion to pure and great nature. Where the roads end, there is no power line, enjoy some exercise, clean air, a bath in the hot springs surrounded by the majesty of the mountain, a great choice. The small group tour, 6 in our case, with two guides who were always attentive to everyone and their needs. All safe, controlled, adapted to the composition of the group. Both Francisco and Elías, with extensive knowledge of group management, mountain and flora and fauna, and ability to convey that knowledge in a pleasant way. Even the people who made up the group were interesting, there we smiled the fortune, all individual travelers. A success to have hired him, an experience of those forever. Very thankful

Madness! This tour is indescribable and you should definitely do it! Our guides were Carlos and Gonzalo. There were exciting facts about everything and by the way Carlos is a good photographer. If you are afraid because Chile has been in the news lately, we should say that we didn’t notice anything and only met nice people. You can have breakfast and get sandwiches for lunch and go out for tapas after the tour. Even water bottles were there for everyone. The tour is also suitable for inexperienced hikers because it is all about enjoying the mountains. It was just wonderful

The tour was amazing with the guides Emanuel, Francisco and Vitor (I don't know if I spelled the names correctly). All very friendly, attentive and willing to help and explain a little of the history of the place. It was very good, congratulations!

The agency communicated very quick and precise via WhatsApp, collection was nicely on time. Small group and perfect guide. The hike was beautiful we even saw a fox and condors.

This was an amazing tour, the guides were really helpful. just be careful some of thr springs are very hot