Basic Viña Del Mar And Valparaiso / Package



Day 1

Santiago / Valparaíso / Viña Del Mar.

Departure towards the coast. On the way, it is possible to observe the changing landscapes and vegetation in the Curacaví and Casablanca Valleys, as well as the Cordillera de la Costa (Coast Mountain Range). Arrival to Valparaíso, main commercial port of Chile, seeing  clusters of houses built along the hills. Visit to La Sebastiana, the former home of the Nobel Prize winning poet , Pablo Neruda; and then driving along passing the National Congress, and through Pedro Montt Avenue, the Italian Park, Victoria Square  and the Cathedral.

Then the tour goes along the coast border, from Valparaíso to Viña del Mar, which is also known as “The Garden City”. Places of interest are the Reloj Floral (Floral Clock), Wulff Castle, Casino Municipal, Avenida Peru (Peru Avenue),  Acapulco Beach and  Muelle Vergara (Vergara Pier). The trip continues along the coast passing through the beaches Las Salinas, Reñaca and Cochoa. Accommodation in Viña del Mar.

Day 2

Viña Del Mar / Con-con / La Campana National Park / Viña Del Mar.

Departure from Viña del Mar towards the coastal route until reaching Con–Con, other beautiful beach resort.  From there, the trip goes to  Olmué (interior small town) typical of the Chilean farm. During  summer, the “Huaso Festival” takes place. Here is one of the entrances to  La Campana National Park,  declared ‘Biosphere Reserve’, by UNESCO. 2 hours trekking The forest at La Campana and El Roble Mountain, at 900 meters above sea level, are two of the many oddities of this park. Charles Darwin was amazed by its flora. Up the Campana Mountain, if weather allows it, one can have a panoramic view of the Andes Mountain and the Pacific Ocean. This park shelters the endangered species of the Chilean Palm, surrounded by the local fauna . Return to the hotel in Viña del Mar.

Day 3

Viña Del Mar / Algarrobo / El Quisco / El Tabo / Isla Negra / Viña Del Mar.

Departure from Viña del Mar to visit the main resorts and beaches. Stop at  Algarrrobo, beautiful resort with its interesting handcraft fair. Then visit to  El Quisco and El Tabo, renowned for its peaceful sea. Afterwards, arrival at Isla Negra where Nobel Prize winning poet Pablo Neruda had his house. Finally we will go to Veramonte Vineyard, one of the most important vineyards of the Casa Blanca wine route. There one can see how they produce Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc thanks to the nice weather. Return to the hotel in Viña del Mar.

Day 4

Viña Del Mar / Santiago.

At the agreed time, transfer to the airport for the  departure flight.