2019 – Chile Itinerary/Pricing

A Total Solar Eclipse under the World’s clearest Skies, Chile:   June 29 – July 7, 2019  

See our descriptive flyer with price and payment schedule here

ITINERARY

2019 Chile – Tour Overview

Day 1 June 29 Saturday Meet the Tour in Santiago, City tour (menu choice) Santiago, Welcome dinner
Day 2 June 30 Sunday Travel by Bus from Santiago to La Serena.  Huentelauquen/ Valle Limari: Churches Ovalle, Lunch + Tour + Tasting Pisquera Bauza
Day 3 July 1 Monday City Tour La Serena; BBQ Dinner at Chilean Hacienda
Day 4 July 2 Tuesday Valle del Elqui, Tour + Tasting + Lunch Destileria Pisco Mistral, SOLAR ECLIPSE, Dinner Vicuna
Day 5 July 3 Wednesday Frey Jorge National Park, Lunch + Tour + Tasting at Vinyard Tabali, Enchanted Valley (travel to Vina del Mar)
Day 6 July 4 Thursday City Tour Vina del Mar or Valparaiso
Day 7 July 5 Friday Valle de Casablanca Wine Tour/ Lunch at Casa del Bosque or Vina Villard
Day 8 July 6 Saturday Experiential tours (menu choice) of Santiago (Art & Architecture, Food&Wine, Bike, visit to Planetarium); Farewell Dinner
Day 9 July 7 Sunday Check out after breakfast and transfer to airport.
July 7 – July 11 Optional Add-On: 5 days on Easter Island

PRICING

 

2019 Chile – Pricing

Prices are per person in USD
Tour Option Description Single Double Triple
Main Tour: 9 days Exploring Chile with Eclipse
(6/29/2019 – 7/7/2019)
N/A $6,155.00  N/A
Add-On: 5 days on Easter Island
(7/7/2019 – 7/11/2012)
TBD TBD  N/A

Please note: All tour prices quoted on this site are based on the US dollar exchange rate in effect at the time of publication. All prices are subject to change if the exchange rate or global oil prices fluctuates significantly before the tour. You will be advised of any changes prior to departure.

 See our descriptive flyer with price and payment schedule here

To secure a reservation, initial deposit ($1000) with a completed reservation form is required.

Inclusions, exclusions, cancellation policy and other tour information is at the bottom of this page.


DETAILED ITINERARY 

JUNE 29 – JULY 7, 2019

Day 1: Saturday, June 29, 2019

ARRIVE SANTIAGO (D)

Welcome to Chile!  Upon arrival at Santiago Airport (SCL) we will take you to Hotel Solace in the heart of the Providencia area of Santiago.  In the afternoon, there are different alternative half-day activities to choose from and a welcome dinner is awaiting you to kick-off this incredible once in a lifetime journey.

1/2 day activities – this list of included experiential tours may grow before you need to select any of them.  We will ask passengers to select one for Day 1 and another (same list) for Day 8.  At this time you only need to think about which ones you would like to select – we will ask you to choose a few months prior to our trip. Each experiential tour is completely described at the end of the itinerary:

  1. Half Day Santiago City Tour + Private Access to Teatro Municipal
  2. Half Day Santiago Art Tour
  3. Half Day Santiago City Tour + Beer Tasting
  4. Half Day Santiago Bike Tour – Parks & Politics
  5. Half Day Private Cooking Class with Coco Pacheco
  6. Half Day Cooking & Cocktail Class with Sarita Colonia

Accommodation: Santiago, Hotel Solace

Day 2: Sunday, June 30, 2019

TRAVEL FROM SANTIAGO TO LA SERENA (B/Empenadas/L/D)

Depart Santiago early morning for Chile’s beach vacation destinations, La Serena. On your way north, you’re surrounded by bright blues and greens of vineyards that produce grapes for wines and piscos. You’ll stop for a mid-morning snack at Huentelauquen, whose cheese empanadas are legends amongst locals. In Valle Limari, known as Chile’s green north, you’ll explore the area’s history present in quant churches with roots dating back to the 17th century. Then off to lunch at Pisquera Bauza, the heart of Chilean pisco-maker’s operations. Widely known and internationally recognized for its quality of artesenal pisco, the Bauza family tradition was brought to Chile from Spain in 1906, and it continues to lead Chile pisco-making techinques that challenge those of Peruvian pisco-makers – a long-lived rivalry you’ll learn more about!

Accommodation choice: Valle Limarí, Hotel Limari or Hacienda Juntas

Day 3: Monday, July 1, 2019

LA SERENA, (B/D)

Choose how you spend your day – touring a local fruit plantation or traveling to La Serena for an immersion in Chile’s second-oldest city and the thriving capitol of Región IV. Being there just before the solar eclipse gives you the opportunity to soak up the beautiful buildings and plazas along shaded avenues and the long, golden shoreline.

Take your time returning back to Valle Limarí, where you’ll gather at Hacienda Juntas for a traditional asado (Barbeque Dinner) and to share your findings of the day amongst good company.

Accommodation: Valle Limarí, Hotel Limari / Hacienda Juntas

Day 4: Tuesday, July 2, 2019

ECLIPSE DAY!  VALLE DEL ELQUI, (B/L/D)

The night skies of Valle del Elqui are a stark contrast to the bright green of its pisco valley below, giving this little spot the world’s clearest skies and making it an enchanting place for stargazers and observatories. You’ll explore the valley before enjoying lunch, tour and tasting at Destileria Mistral, named for Gabriela Mistral, the famous Nobel laureate from Elqui Valley. It’s here you’ll gather for an incredible moment, the complete solar eclipse under the world’s clearest skies. Festivities will continue through the night at dinner in the valley.

Totality will last 2 min 33 sec in Pisco Elqui (Chilean time zone is UTC-4).

eclipse
Totality (2nd-3rd contact)

 

UTC Local Time

Alt (deg)

1st contact 19:23 15:23 24.8
2nd contact 20:38 16:38 12.9
3rd contact 20:41 16:41 12.5
4th contact 21:46 17:46 00.4

 

Accommodation optional: Valle Limarí, Hotel Limari / Hacienda Juntas

Day 5: Wednesday, July 3, 2019

FREY JORGE (B/L)

Recovering from a festive day, you’ll travel through the scenic parque nacional bosque Fray Jorge, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, and a colorful display of the 440 species of native flora in the area. A mid-day lunch, tour and tasting of Vineyard Tabalí to recharge before heading off to the Enchanted Valley enroute to Viña del Mar.

Accommodation: Viña del Mar, Hotel Enjoy Viña del Mar

Day 6: Thursday, July 4, 2019

VALPARAISO (B)

Valparaíso, one of the first Chilean cities founded by the Spanish was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003 for its architectural and cultural significance. You will start in the downtown sector, learning about the history of “Valpo” and its importance in South American trade and commerce. Century-old hillside ascensores (elevators) will transport you up into the city’s steep hills, where a labyrinthine maze of streets reveals brightly colored buildings, bohemian cafes and elegant restaurants, and spectacular views of the harbor below. Your tour will lead you on foot through two of the most famous and eclectic neighborhoods, Cerro Concepción and Cerro Alegre. In addition, you will visit one of Pablo Neruda’s three homes-turned-museums, La Sebastiana.

Have lunch at Espiritu Santo, a restaurant which sits upon Bellavista Hill and is run by Laura Moreno and her son, Chef Manuel Subercaseaux. Here, you will enjoy local cuisine inspired by the fresh seafood, seasonal produce and fine wines available in Coastal Chile.

Optional – Street Art Tour

Your tour will lead you through the maze-like staircases of two of the most famous and eclectic hills, Cerro Concepcion and Cerro Alegre. Here you will learn about the origins of graffiti and street art and see examples of its evolution on almost every wall. One of the highlights of the experience is that your expert guide knows all about street art in Valparaiso and its artists. Following your tour through the streets, you can try your own hand at graffiti, with as much or little guidance from your guide as you want. You’ll head back to the studio to design and then head back out to find the right wall on which to paint a “throw-up” (your street name/initials) or a character (a face, small animal, etc.).

Optional – Chilean Cooking Class

Meet your guide/chef at a special meeting point (normally near Plaza Sotomayer, the main plaza in Valparaíso) in the morning to take the trolley to the Mercado Cardonal. Here, you will figure out which traditional Chilean dishes you will prepare. You’ll choose an appetizer, entrée, and a dessert, all of which you will prepare in the class. From here, the chef will lead you through the market helping you find the freshest and best, local ingredients which are later to be incorporated in the meals.

Once meal preparation and cooking start the chef will also guide you on how to make pisco sours, empanadas and traditional Chilean salad. And then comes the best part: enjoy all of your wonderful creations in the company of the chef. The meal will also include specially selected local wines.

Accommodation: Viña del Mar, Hotel Enjoy Viña del Mar

Day 7: Friday, July 5, 2019

VALPARAISO – SANTIAGO (B/L)

Chile’s move toward cool-climate viticulture began 25 years ago when innovative winemakers dared to suggest planting in this pre-coastal region.  Chardonnay continues to reign, but Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir – two of Chile’s most attention-grabbing varietals – are on the rise. Now with time and experience under their belts, growers have better identified the ideal locations for each variety in this valley that is anything but homogenous. Spotted with vineyards, you’ll visit two that have been hand-selected for this trip. First, Viña Villard, established in 1989 by Thierry Villard as Chile’s first family premium boutique wine company. Using the valley’s exceptional terroir and unique characteristics, the new generation has introduced innovative winemaking techniques to create new premium wines of structure and elegance. Then you’ll visit family-run Casas del Bosque for lunch, where 235 hectares are planted and exclusively dedicated to the production of varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir and Syrah.

Accommodation: Santiago, Hotel Solace

Day 8: Saturday, July 6, 2019

EXPERIENTIAL SANTIAGO  (B/D)

Spend the day getting to know the city of Santiago with local guides. To make the most of a short stay, learn about Chilean culture through the lens that interests you most:

  1. Half Day Santiago City Tour + Private Access to Teatro Municipal
  2. Half Day Santiago Art Tour
  3. Half Day Santiago City Tour + Beer Tasting
  4. Half Day Santiago Bike Tour – Parks & Politics
  5. Half Day Private Cooking Class with Coco Pacheco
  6. Half Day Cooking & Cocktail Class with Sarita Colonia

Day 9: Sunday, July 7, 2019

SANTIAGO (B)

After a day at your own leisure, you will head to the Santiago airport (SCL) in time for your return flight back home.

 

 


ADD-ON: 5 DAYS OF EASTER ISLAND,

July 7 – July 11

Easter Island Eclipse siteSpend 5 days on the magical island of Easter Island.  We will meet a previous governor of the island and we will explore all of the significant sites. You will have a free day to hike or rent an ATV and do some self-exploration.  This is an amazing place and this is the perfect opportunity to go there! Price and specifics TBD.

 

 


Half day experiential tours in Santiago

1. Half Day Santiago City Tour + Private Access to Teatro Municipal

The tour begins with pick-up at your hotel. Your bilingual guide will lead you on a tour highlighting Santiago’s most important historical sites, including the downtown area surrounding the Plaza de Armas and the La Moneda Presidential Palace. You will also pass by the Mercado Central, one of Chile’s largest fresh seafood markets and stroll by the many bustling stalls to see the tremendous variety available from Chile’s bountiful sea. You will visit some of the lesser-known barrios of Santiago including Republica and Concha y Toro, which were historically privileged neighborhoods and home to Santiago’s high society. There will be time to walk around and take photos of the varied styles of architecture dating back to the 19th and early 20th century. Continuing through the cobblestoned Lastarria neighborhood, you will walk through the Parque Forestal and pass by the Bellas Artes Museum.

During the tour, you will have the option to visit one of Santiago’s most famous museums, La Chascona, former home to beloved poet and Nobel Laureate Pablo Neruda. The whimsical residence provides a snapshot into the life and mind of Neruda, filled with art, eccentric collections, and even his Nobel Prize. (Note: The Fundación Pablo Neruda does not permit purchasing tickets in advance, nor making reservations for visits. Visitors are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.)

Afterwards, we will make one final stop at the Teatro Municipal de Santiago (Municipal Theater of Santiago) where we will have private access to tour the grounds. The Teatro Municipal is the most important stage theater and opera house in Santiago. The building was designed by the architect Francisco Brunet des Baines, who was inspired by the French neo-classical style and it was inaugurated on September 17, 1857 with the opera Ernani by Guiseppe Verdi, an Italian installation. In the year 1974, it was declared a national monument and officially belonged to the municipality of Santiago. Since then, the Teatro has become home to critical institutions for artistic national development, such as the Philharmonic Orchestra of Santiago, Ballet of Santiago and the choir of the Municipal of Santiago.

2. Half Day Santiago Art Tour

  • Choose between three routes: Barrio Italia, Barrio Yungay & República or Barrio Vitacura
  • The routes stay the same but the sites visited will vary – depends on the availability of artists’ workshops and museum hours

Choose between one of three routes to visit:

Barrio Italia (Italian Neighborhood)

Barrio Italia is a historic neighborhood located between the communes of Providencia and Ñuñoa. Settled by immigrant artisans in the 19th century it is no wonder that this barrio houses an effervescent art scene where a diversity of artists have built their workshops within the old mansions of the neighborhood. Art galleries and independent spaces have also popped up making this neighborhood an open-art gallery in itself. Simply walking through the streets, one can admire the beautiful furniture pieces, paintings and other craft pieces on display. Condé Nast Traveller magazine says that Barrio Italia is “Santiago’s Neighborhood on the Up.”

Barrios Yungay y República (Yunguy and Republic Neighborhoods)

Located in the western sector of Santiago, Barrio Yungay is one of the oldest and most culturally active neighborhoods in the Metropolitan Region. Many great men and women, many of whom were intellectuals, artistic, politicians and academics, lived in Barrio Yungay and drove the country’s educational, cultural, political and institutional development. Barrio República, which also sits in western Santiago, is one of the traditional neighborhoods of architectural and historical wealth throughout the capital. Many of the houses built in this area were constructed during the mining boom of the 19th century.

Barrio Vitacura (Vitacura Neighborhood)

Barrio Vitacura located in the northeastern part of Santiago borders the neighborhoods of Las Condes, Huechuraba and Lo Barnechea. Its name is derived from the Mapuche word “butacura,” meaning “Great Stone,” and it is one of the most affluent and fashionable areas of Santiago, housing many of the city’s wealthiest families and individuals. Its known for its chic restaurants, exclusive designer shopping, the spacious Parque Bicentenario (Bicentennial Park) and various art galleries. One such gallery is the Galería Animal, located on Alonso de Córdova and Nueva Costanera. This gallery was founded in the year 2000 and its space was specifically designed to promote and develop art collections which consist of a careful selection of contemporary works.

YOUR HOST: ANTENNA is an organization dedicated to the Visual Arts in Chile and connects people with art and through art. They support artists in the management and development of art and art research, and have created a community of friends – individuals, families, companies and other organizations – who also share their vision in supporting and contributing to the development of the Visual Arts and Chilean culture. This community, built on collaboration and philanthropy, invites lovers of art to partake in enriching, exclusive experiences which link the world of art to society, further developing and disseminating the cultural identity of Chile.

3. Option: Half Day Santiago City Tour + Beer Tasting

The tour begins with pick-up at your hotel. Your bilingual guide will lead you on a tour highlighting Santiago’s most important historical sites, including the downtown area surrounding the Plaza de Armas and the La Moneda Presidential Palace. You will also pass by the Mercado Central, one of Chile’s largest fresh seafood markets and stroll by the many bustling stalls to see the tremendous variety available from Chile’s bountiful sea. You will visit some of the lesser-known barrios of Santiago including Republica and Concha y Toro, which were historically privileged neighborhoods and home to Santiago’s high society. There will be time to walk around and take photos of the varied styles of architecture dating back to the 19th and early 20th century. Continuing through the cobblestoned Lastarria neighborhood, you will walk through the Parque Forestal and pass by the Bellas Artes Museum. For a panoramic vista of the city, you will visit the top of Cerro San Cristobal Hill, 984 feet above the city.

During the tour, you will have the option to visit one of Santiago’s most famous museums, La Chascona, former home to beloved poet and Nobel Laureate Pablo Neruda. The whimsical residence provides a snapshot into the life and mind of Neruda, filled with art, eccentric collections, and even his Nobel Prize.

Afterwards, we will have one more stop for the day: the Depósito Cercercero de Zapata for a private beer tasting. Located in the historic downtown Santiago Centro neighborhood, Depósito Cercercero is the true temple for beer lovers and offers the best beer selection in the city. They offer over 350 labels of both national and imported artisan beers and your guide will help you choose the six you wish to try.

4. Option: Half Day Santiago Bike Tour – Parks & Politics

Join us as we head out into the green spaces and historical highlights of downtown Santiago as we pedal through shady parks and hip barrios all while getting the best insight into the Santiaguino culture.

We will meet at our starting point and get everyone set up on their bike. We will begin by pedaling through Forestal and Bustamante parks on a mellow cruise to get oriented and start by learning some Chilean slang.

We will leave the parks and hit the streets as we make our way to the historical GAM cultural center which sits in the hip Lastarria neighborhood. As we continue pedaling towards the centro, it won’t be long before we reach the La Moneda, the Presidential Palace. Here we will take some time to talk about Chile’s political history and how it shapes the society today.

On the way back, we will take advantage of some of Santiago’s growing network of bike lanes and zigzag back to our bike base camp.

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Distance: 8-9 kilometers
  • Level of Difficulty: Easy, relaxed

5. Option: Half Day Private Cooking Class with Coco Pacheco

Participate in this one- of-a-kind culinary experience as you join renowned chef Jorge “Coco” Pacheco in his personal studio, La Ruca, for an interactive cooking class. For years Chef Pacheco has been a major influencer in Chile’s gastronomical scene and is the owner of Aquí Está Coco restaurant in Santiago which is commonly referred to as one of the best seafood restaurants in all of the city. Given that Chef Pacheco only uses the freshest of local ingredients, the meals you will prepare alongside him are to be determined by what Chef Pacheco finds at the local fish and produce markets that day. ¡Buen provecho!

YOUR HOST: JORGE “COCO” PACHECO is easily one of Chile’s most famous chefs and is known for his culinary creations involving seafood. In 1975, he opened the restaurant Aquí Está Coco (which translates to “Here’s Coco”) in one of Santiago’s most commercial and gastronomical hotspots, Providencia, and ever since, has been making history in Chile’s gastronomical scene. In 2008, a fire destroyed the entire structure but was rebuilt in 2010, reopening as Chile’s first sustainable restaurant, a true pioneer in its field. Inside the restaurant, diners can marvel at the beautiful art and artifacts hanging from the ceilings and wall – most of which are pieces Coco has collected throughout his world travels. The restaurant even has different themed dining rooms, including one in which diners eat at a boat-turned-table.

6. Option: Half Day Cooking & Cocktail Class with Sarita Colonia

Before opening their doors to the public, step into the kitchen of the Peruvian restaurant, Sarita Colonia, to join award-winning chef Juan Andrés García and mixologist Alejandro Romo in this private interactive cooking class and cocktail demonstration.

You will be preparing traditional ceviche using the fish of the day and a selection of empanadas where the Peruvian-Travesti style of cooking will be introduced. This style of cooking incorporates different cooking techniques and ingredients from kitchens all over the world. Afterwards, one of the barmen will give a demonstration on how to make piscos macerados, a typical Peruvian drink, and the different ways to prepare them. And then comes the best part: enjoy all of your wonderful creations. You will also have the option to have a three-course dinner afterwards.

YOUR HOSTS:

SARITA COLONIA is one of the most popular Peruvian restaurants in this capital city and for good reason. While offering traditional Peruvian dishes, such as Lomo Saltado, ceviche and pappardelle with shrimp and other shellfish, Chef Juan Andrés García has successfully managed to put his own twist on the traditional Peruvian cuisine, and what Sarita Colonia calls “Cocina Peruana Travesti.” These dishes can only be paired with a delicious masterfully created, but so are the cocktails with the skills of Alejandro Romo.

CHEF JUAN ANDRÉS GARCÍA was recognized by Mistura’s “Young Chef” award in 2012 and is known in Santiago for his “Cocina Peruana Travesti” style of cooking at Restaurant Sarita Colonia. He masterfully creates dishes influenced by flavors and cooking techniques from all over the world. Dishes such as Chinese salmon ceviche with Hondashi Tiger milk, Thai-inspired curry-flavored quinoa and an Arabic touch with black hummus with pallares accompanied by a escabeche sauce. Currently, Chef García is exploring more of the Arabic, Mexican and Spanish cuisines and has hopes to write a book on the Cocina Peruana Travesti.

MIXOLOGIST ALEJANDRO ROMO is one of Chile’s master mixologists and has participated in and been invited to many mixology competitions and festivals, the most important one being the World Class “Coctelera Festival” (Shaker Festival) in 2015, 2016 and 2017. This is a prestigious luxury world cocktail competition, which aims to educate the public on the latest trends in the cocktail world and offer a wide range of food and beverage tastings. At Sarita Colonia, try one of Alejandro’s traditional Peruvian pisco sours or go bold and try one of his many creative, signature drinks.

 

 


Inclusions and other information

Included:

  • Astronomer guides
  • Professional, bi-lingual guides
  • Eclipse viewing safety glasses
  • Commemorative Eclipse T-shirt
  • All ground transportation
  • Airport transfers in Santiago
  • Lodging: 4 and 5 star hotel accommodations (or best available)
  • Meals: As described in itinerary
  • Lectures: Pre-eclipse Astronomy talk and general science discussions throughout the tour. Sirius Travel astronomer guides are experienced travelers, educators, and scientists.
  • Local tours as described in the itineraries
  • Park entrance fees: Included

Not Included:

  • International flights
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Alchoholic beverages
  • Tips for drivers and guides
  • Meals not specified in the itineraries
  • Travel insurance

RESERVATIONS, CANCELLATIONS, REFUNDS, AND PAYMENTS

  • To secure a reservation, initial deposit ($1000) with a completed reservation form is required.
  • Cancellations must be made in writing by email or mail to Sirius Travel.
  • 2​nd​ payment ($1000) due ​January 20, 2018
  • 3​rd​ payment ($1500) due ​July 1, 2018
  • Final payment due ​February 27, 2019
  • Cancellations made prior to July 2, 2018 are fully refundable.
  • If cancellations are made:
    • from July 2, 2018 through April 6, 2019 (12 weeks prior to travel), 75% of your total tour cost is refunded.
    • From April 7, 2019 through May 30, 2019 (30 days prior to travel), 25% of your total tour cost is refunded.
    • From May 31, 2019 through June 22, 2019, 10% of your total tour cost is refunded
  • There are no refunds after June 22, 2019

INSURANCE

Trip cancellation, health, and accident insurance is recommended but not required. It can save you money if you are forced to cancel or alter your trip. We recommend TravelGuard trip insurance (www.travelguard.com) and we recommend that all travelers purchase their insurance within 7 days of their initial reservation to take advantage of any pre-existing condition clause.

VISAS & PASSPORTS

Depending on your country of origin, visas may be required to enter Chile. U.S. citizens entering Chile must have a passport in good condition, valid for the period of your stay. U.S. citizens traveling to Chile for recreation, tourism, business, or academic conferences do not need to obtain a visa prior to their arrival in Chile if traveling with a tourist passport. Passports are required to be valid for the duration of stay and must have at least one blank page left (amendment pages do not count). Chile has very strict entry/exit requirements for minors (under the age of 18 years old), especially minors traveling with only one parent – please review the requirements before choosing to travel with a minor.  Visa and passport fees are not included in the price of this trip. We recommend checking your passport expiration immediately and make plans to renew before February, 2019 if necessary.  We always recommend reviewing the visa and passport requirements for travel to Chile for your country of origin.  (US citizens may find their information here: https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country/chile.html)

IMUNIZATIONS & HEALTH

No vaccinations are required for travel to Chile for US citizens at this time.  Precautions should always be taken seriously and pre-trip education on what to eat or to avoid should be planned. Information on vaccinations and other health precautions, such as safe food and water precautions and insect bite protection, may be obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) hotline for international travelers at 1-877-FYI-TRIP (1-877-394-8747) or via the CDC website.

HEALTH RESTRICTIONS

It is every traveler’s responsibility to consider all appropriate medical advice regarding whether or not they are fit to take this trip prior to booking their reservation. We recommend that all interested travelers check with their healthcare provider before signing on.

AGE RESTRICTIONS

Children 5 and older are welcome on this tour but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian if they are under 18. There is no child pricing for this tour.  Please note that Chile has very strict entry/exit requirements for minors (under the age of 18 years old), especially minors traveling with only one parent.  Please review the requirements before choosing to travel with a minor.  (US citizens may find their information here: https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country/chile.html)

ROOM SHARING

If you are traveling alone, you may save quite a bit of money by opting to share a room. We will match solo travelers of the same gender so that they can share a double occupancy room with two beds. We will do our best to match travelers but if we cannot find a match for you then you will be required to pay the single occupancy price.