Leave behind the sophistication of Santiago and head north to the great Atacama Desert’s golden deserts, white salt flats, pink flamingos, and blue lagoons. Further south are the Lake District’s glacial lakes, snow-capped volcanoes, and isolated fishing villages. The pride of Patagonia is Torres del Paine (pronounced “pie-nay”) National Park with its ancient caves, impressive mountain massifs and gargantuan glaciers.
* In order to keep our prices competitive, Myths and Mountains has joined with a small consortium of tour operators to offer these departures. A minimum of two passengers is required to operate each trip, though typical group sizes can range from 8-15 people from around the world. We recommend you fly to Santiago on LAN CHILE so that your local airfare can be purchased at a lower rate.
Based on 4-6 People
(excluding international air)
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ITINERARY at a Glance
Arrive in Santiago; Afternoon city tour.
Fly to Calama; Transfer to San Pedro de Atacama; Visit Salt Mountain, Death Valley, Valley of the Moon.
Atacama Salt Flats, Chaxa Lagoon, Toconao & Socaire villages.
Sunrise at the Geysers del Tatio and hike around area. Afternoon free.
Fly to Puerto Montt. Rest of the day at leisure.
Explore Puerto Varas, Puerto Montt, Fruitillar, Petrohue River.
Full day exploration of Chiloe Island.
Fly to Punta Arenas. Take hour bus ride to Puerto Natales.
Sail around fjords and glaciers.
Torres del Paine National Park.
Travel by bus and plane back to Santiago.
Transfer to the airport for your flight home.