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LocalAventura Tour: Off-the-Beaten-Path Chilean Vineyards Tour
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Off-the-Beaten-Path Chilean Vineyards Tour

Full-day, VIP tour of smallest, most unique wineries

6 hrs


2 ~ 12

High content


Hidden amongst the popular, large-scale vineyards, you’ll find magnificent blends found only here in Chile. Go off the beaten path and explore the hidden vines of Chile’s smallest, most unique wineries. These boutique vineyards are relatively unknown to the general public, making them all the more magnificent.

Local guide Thomas is a French-born, wine connoisseur and cannot wait to take you to his favorite local spots. At these vineyards, you won’t find any big bus tours; instead, you will be greeted by the owner themselves, who will give you an exclusive tour and tasting. Enjoy a truly personalized, VIP experience, as you get to know the winemaker, the owner, and the incredible wines. Escape into the Chilean countryside and enjoy a true one-of-a-kind wine experience like never before.


  • Pick up at your accommodation
  • Visit two unique, small vineyards.
  • Participate in a personalized tour and tasting.
  • Spend as much time as you like at either vineyard.
  • In between the two visits, enjoy a gourmet lunch at a restaurant owned by a South African wine connoisseur.

Available days


Eligibility criteria

Must be 18 years or older to participate in the wine tasting

What's Included

  • Private transportation
  • Private guide
  • Exclusive wine tastings and tours

What's not included

  • Lunch

Additional Pricing Information (*)

If you wish to be picked up at the airport or in Santiago, please contact as this will cost extra.


  • Bring sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses.
  • Bring layers, as the weather tends to fluctuate.
  • Wear closed-toed shoes.


Good for Groups Luxury Romantic Day Trip Good for Couples


Thomas, Julio and Pascal


Born and raised in France, Chile has been my adopted home for over ten years now. When I first came here in 2005, the country stole my heart, literally because it is where I met my beautiful Chilean wife. At first, I started my life here working as a journalist, because that’s what I did in France. Yet, I felt like the career wasn’t right for me anymore, I had reached a point where I needed a job that would combine my skills in a new and exciting way. With the curiosity of a journalist, I began researching new career options until eventually, I decided to give being a tour guide a try. The career seemed like it would be a natural fit because I was fluent in three languages, loved history, and had a passion for discovering new things!

For about ten years now, I've worked as a guide, sharing my passion and knowledge of Chile with curious travelers from all over. While I have taken hundreds of guests on tours, my mission is to treat each as though they are my best friend. I want to customize my tours for my clients' exact hopes and desires. So don’t be shy, ask me anything! In fact, since I’m French, you can even ask me about my honest opinion on Chilean wines… you may be surprised by my answer, though!


I was born and raised in Santiago and Bellavista, where I now guide tours. Before I was a tour guide I worked as a traveling salesman and then as a private driver for the local high-end hotels. One day I received a call from a colleague asking me to guide a tour. At first, I was hesitant and thought he even called the wrong number but the next day he gave me some pointers on how to guide tours. After that first successful tour, I’ve been guiding travelers around my beautiful country ever since. When I think about being a tour guide I like to remind myself of a quote by Seth Godin, “People do not buy goods and services. They buy relations, stories, and magic.” I think of this as a motto for my life.

At home, I'm a family man with 2 sons, a daughter, and 5 grandkids.  I love to cook for my family, especially fish, seafood, and vegetables with a Mediterranean touch. Chile is a 'wine country' and so I learned how to appreciate the good wines we produce and incorporate them into my cooking.


Thanks to my father, who was a French military officer, I lived abroad for many years during my childhood. I was in Germany for 13 years, England for three years, and Finland for three years. Moving around and discovering new places at a young age has given me the drive and passion to see more of the world.

I finally settled in Chile after working for big companies in France for several years and owning an English pub in Algarve, Chile. I have found in this splendid country everything I was looking for: kind people, the immense Andes, all kinds of climates and landscapes, and, best of all, my beautiful wife. Now, I have been a freelance guide in Chile since 2003. In my free time I spend my time reading about Chile, it’s medicinal plants, animals, geography, history, and more, in order to share my knowledge with all the clients who visit us. I also specialize in wines, Valparaiso, Santiago, and flora and fauna. I chose to work as a guide for these unique interactions I have with travelers.

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