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LocalAventura Tour: A Tour Day in the Andes Mountains
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A Tour Day in the Andes Mountains

8 hrs


1 ~ 7

Medium content


Escape into the Andes Mountains for a relaxing road trip. On this full day out of the city, you will enjoy a beautiful and relaxing drive into the stunning Cajón Del Maipo before reaching your panoramic destination. Join Local Guide Gabriel as he takes you deep into this region, sharing interesting facts and the history of the region. Along the way, he will take you to interesting stops so you can breathe the fresh air and take in the untouched nature.

Your final destination will be the breathtaking Embalse el Yeso, known for its crystal clear blue waters. With plenty of time to take in the scenery and fresh air, this tour is a treat for nature lovers. After time relaxing at the destination, you will enjoy a traditional Chilean picnic, with local fruits, produce, and fine wines. The perfect day tour for anyone who wants a laid-back trip out of the city or for families with small children.


  • Get picked up at your accommodations by Gabriel
  • Drive into the stunning Cajón Del Maipo for incredible views
  • Stop at Embalse el Yeso
  • Enjoy a traditional Chilean picnic in the mountains
  • Get dropped off back your accommodations in Santiago

Available days

Tour not available from June to October

Eligibility criteria

  • Due to uneven surfaces, this tour is not recommended for those with walking disabilities or who use a wheelchair.

What's Included

  • Lunch with local snacks (Sandwiches, seasonal fruits, local pastries, etc.)
  • Wine tasting
  • Comfortable van with air conditioner and heating
  • Beverages, including bottled water, juice, and coffee

Additional Pricing Information (*)


  • Bring a wind-resistant jacket as it gets windy in the mountains.
  • Wear sunscreen and bring sunglasses.
  • Wear comfortable shoes to walk around in.
  • Wear layers as the weather tends to fluctuate.


Learn a New Skill Good for Groups Family-Friendly



My dad is Chilean and my mom is Brazilian, yet I grew up all over South America. As the child of missionaries, I spent much of my childhood living in a motorhome, moving around different countries in the region. Growing up in this unique way, I was lucky to learn about all the interesting cultures in the region, to see the beauty and diversity, to meet interesting people from all walks of life, and, of course, to have many adventures! As an adult, I realized that, for me, the best way to continue to explore new cultures and meet new people would be through tourism. After years of working in Chilean tourism, I decided I wanted to start my own business so that I could really give my clients a more personalized and authentic view of my home country. For me, hosting a tour shouldn’t be a job; it should be like you are caring for a good friend. That’s how I approach every single one of my tours, as if I am showing a friend around my home!

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