Don’t miss the cultural and historical hub of Santiago on your trip to Chile! Santiago, the capital and largest city in Chile, sits in a valley surrounded by snow-capped peaks of the Andes Mountains. Known as one of South Americans most progressive cities, the buzzing energy and culture will keep you engaged as you stroll the romantic urban parks, grab a drink at a lively cafe in the Plaza de Armas, or take in the intricate detail in the Metropolitan Cathedral.
TRIP TYPE: Adventure
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Easy
TRIP LENGTH: 3 days/2 nights
SPACES AVAILABLE: 14
TRIP COST: From
$ 995per person
Start your trip to South America with an excursion to explore the capital of Chile, Santiago.
Visit iconic and historical sights all over the city.
Explore local craft markets, soak in the culture, and take time to wander at your own pace.
- Arrive in Santiago, Chile at the Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL)
- Transfer to the W hotel
- Enjoy a relaxing evening at your hotel after a long days journey
- Dine at one of our recommended restaurants, or explore and choose on your own.
- Overnight: The W Hotel or comparable
- Meals included:
- Today, experience one of the most developed cities in South America on a half-day city tour
- Visit iconic city sights such as the Moneda Presidential Palace, Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral, Central Post Office, and San Cristobal Hill
- At the end of your tour, visit the Pueblo de Los Dominicos handicraft market, which resembles a colonial village. Discover all sorts of handicrafts here, from hand-knit sweaters to beautiful traditional art to lapis lazuli – an excellent end to your comprehensive sightseeing tour of Santiago!
- Overnight: The W Hotel, Santiago
- Meals included: B/L
- Transfer to Presidente Carlos Ibanez del Campo International Airport for your flight to Punta Arenas
- Upon your arrival, you will be met by a WWTrek representative to begin your Patagonia and Torres del Paine Adventure!
- Meals included: B
HUMAN OUTREACH PROJECT
One of World Wide Trekking’s founding principles is giving back to the places we travel. Through our sister non-profit, Human Outreach Project, we are making a difference in lives around the globe, and connecting trekkers with voluntourism opportunities in local communities.
Although we don’t have projects in this part of the world, there are always opportunities to get involved and find a meaningful way to engage with the local community. We would love to talk to you about custom voluntourism and humanitarian opportunities that you can incorporate into your WWTrek trip. The find out more, go to HumanOutreachProject.org or contact us.