Venture out of the city to experience the incredible Andes Mountain. On this private tour, you will explore the mountain range’s brilliant geological marvels, its beautiful flora and fauna, and its ancient history will our knowledgeable local guide Patricia. Join her on this adventure into Cajón del Maipo, where you will see rapidly flowing rivers, volcanic rock, and grazing horses.
In Cajón, you will also get to witness a breathtaking waterfall and, weather permitting, bathe in the natural hot springs heated by the region’s volcanic activity. To complete your outdoor expedition, you will enjoy a sampling of Chilean wine, paired with ham and cheeses, in the brisk mountain air. Beyond this itinerary, you can even expect the region’s natural beauty to add a few surprises along the way.
Must be 18 years or older to participate in wine tasting
The hot springs are open from November till March; if open, you will be able to bathe in them if you wish.
This tour was absolutely fantastic and I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to experience the best natural beauty Chile has to offer. Besides stunning nature the lunch with the accompanying view over the Andes mountains was breathtaking and delicious.
December 24th, 2017 Report ⚐
Born and raised in Santiago, Chile, I have a passion for showing visitors around my beautiful country. Ever since I was young, I always knew I wanted a job where I would meet people from around the world and discover new things. During my university studies, I focused on architecture and translation, combining my love of art, humanities, and language into one. After I graduated, I became a translator, and from then on, I was hooked on tourism. Working with tour guides made me realize just how much I, too, wanted to show off my favorite parts of the country, like Chile’s scenic vineyards, fascinating cultures, and ancient history.
Throughout my years as a guide, I have never grown tired of sharing my knowledge for the region, and I’ve loved learning new things from the people I’ve met along the way. During my tours, I can show you the incredible flora and fauna in the Andes, what the country was like before it was named Chile, and how the region’s finest wines are made. I believe history should be interactive and fun, which is why my country is my classroom. Let me share with you my unique perspective, and I promise that you will truly get to experience Chile’s intriguing past and how it has led to its colorful present.