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Sizzling Santiago

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Stylish Santiago

What better way to introduce yourself to sizzling Santiago than with a room at a very funky hotel where your personal guide will give you the low-down on the best restaurants, bars and exepriences the city has to offer. 

Adventure Santiago

Spend your days exploring the city's bohemian barrios, artistic enclaves and flourishing restaurant and cafe scene.  Venture further out of the city and experience a Chilean style rodeo, sample the best of Chile’s thriving wine industry or head to the nearby Andes mountains for heli-sking or boarding in some of the most incredible locations.   

Duration:  4 days/3 nights + 

Location:  ex Santiago, Chile

Operation:  Year round 

Suggested Santiago Inclusions:

  • Three nights accommodation in a luxury hotel
  • Guided walking tour showcasing Santiago's vibrant barrios
  • Chilean Rodeo Experience
  • Casablanca Valley Vineyard Experience
  • A range of alpine sports including heli-sking or boarding

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