10 Day Santiago to Buenos Aires Tour


Experience Chile's cosmopolitan capital of Santiago, then continuing to Chile’s most popular coastal city, Valparaiso. Climb over the Andes Mountains to Mendoza, known for its delicious Malbec wines. Lastly, explore Buenos Aires, and enjoy your final night on this South America tour at an unforgettable tango show.

3 nights in Santiago, 3 nights in Mendoza, 3 nights in Buenos Aires


Highlights:
  • Private and small-group guided daily tours
  • Wine tasting in the world-renowned wine valleys of Mendoza
  • A tantalizing tango show in the heart of Buenos Aires

  • Day 1 – Welcome to Santiago

    Upon arrival, you will be greeted and transferred to your hotel to settle in.

  • Day 2 – Private Half Day Santiago City Tour

    This morning after breakfast at your hotel you’ll enjoy a tour of Santiago. Throughout the day you’ll visit the city’s historic center where you’ll find the Plaza de Armas, the main Cathedral, and the Presidential Palace. You will also have the chance to view the city from the top of Cerro San Cristobal.

  • Day 3 – Private Full Day Valparaiso & Viña del Mar Tour

    Today you’ll visit two of central Chile’s most popular coastal cities: Valparaiso and Viña del Mar. Valparaiso is a vibrant, colorful collection of hillside houses overlooking the bay. Here you’ll visit the summer house and now museum of Pablo Neruda, one of Chile’s most prolific writers. You’ll then continue to the tranquil Viña del Mar, a popular retreat for the Santiago elite.

  • Day 4 – Santiago to Mendoza

    In the morning, you will be transferred to the airport in time for your flight to Mendoza (via Buenos Aires). On arrival, you’ll be transferred to your hotel where you’ll settle in for the next few days.

  • Day 5 – Classic Agrelo Winery Tour

    Today you’ll enjoy a full-day tour of the Agrelo valley, where you’ll find some of Argentina’s top wines were born. On your tour, you’ll explore the following three wineries where you’ll enjoy pairings and learn all about the production process and history; Bodega Catena Zapata, Finca Decero Winery – Gourmet Lunch at the Winery, and the traditional Benegas Winery.

  • Day 6 – Valle de Uco Classic Winery Tour

    Off the beaten path, the Uco Valley is named after an Indian chief who ruled the area hundreds of years ago,. Still somewhat underdeveloped, top wineries have found optimal soil to grow their high-quality grapes and are constructing monumental wineries in tribute to this magic land, and during your tour, you’ll visit the following Bodegas for tastings; Bodega Salentien, Andeluna Cellars, and the Atamisque Winery & Trout Farm, where you’ll enjoy a 5-step lunch paired with wines.

  • Day 7 – Mendoza to Buenos Aires

    In the early afternoon, you’ll be transferred back to the Mendoza airport in time for your flight to Buenos Aires. On arrival, you’ll be transferred to your hotel for an evening at leisure.

  • Day 8 – Private Half Day Buenos Aires City Tour

    After breakfast, you’ll head out on a Buenos Aires city tour during which you’ll explore the districts of San Telmo, La Boca, Recoleta, Puerto Madero, the city center, and the main plaza. The tour will end in the Recoleta Cemetery where you’ll have the chance to stay and explore further independently or continue back to the hotel.

  • Day 9 – Free Day with Dinner & Tango

    Your day will be free, giving you time to explore independently. The main districts in Buenos Aires are pedestrian friendly and the city’s subways are efficient and easy to use. In the evening, you will be picked up from your hotel and taken to one of Buenos Aires’s best tango houses for an exclusive wine tasting and an authentic Porteño evening of dinner, music, and dancing.

  • Day 10 – Departure from Buenos Aires

    At your convenience, you’ll be transferred to the airport for your international departure.


10 Day Tour from $3,490 per person

Includes:

  • 9 nights in our preferred properties hand selected for comfort, convenience and quality
  • Privately guided tours with your own personal guide and driver (outside Easter Island)
  • All private airport transfers with English speaking assistance (outside Easter Island)
  • All required entrance fees
  • All breakfasts
  • 24hr support
  • All taxes

When to Visit Chile

The diverse climate of Chile ranges from the world's driest desert in the north - the Atacama Desert - through a Mediterranean climate in the middle, humid subtropical on Easter Island, to an oceanic climate, including alpine tundra and glaciers in the east and south. At least seven major climatic subtypes can be found throughout the length of Chile.

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