How it Works: Bespoke travel. Whether your pace is more adventurous or laid-back, we'll prepare the perfect, personalized itinerary for you.

Prices: Our trips typically range from USD 800 to USD 2,000 per person per day on an all-inclusive basis.

When to Go: Chile is a year-round destination, & every season presents the opportunity to do something fantastic.

For How Long: We recommend guests come to Chile for one or two weeks.

Guests choose to travel with us because of our
Exceptional Care - Personalization - Knowledge - Unique Experiences

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The world's driest desert, the Atacama is full of incredible landscapes, which include salt flats, canyons, rock formations, volcanoes, geysers & even hot springs. 



This area also has an impressive Andean cultural heritage, the center of which is in San Pedro de Atacama, a small oasis town that has been inhabited for over three thousand years, with a prime location for accessing the area's best spots. 



At night guests can gaze at the starry sky, the clearest on earth, which is why some of the most important observatories in the world are based here (including several belonging to NASA).



Chile’s capital sits surrounded by the snow-capped Andes & offers incredible views from wherever you look. A must-stop destination offering the best of any lively metropolis... with incredible outdoor adventures just around the corner.



Chile boasts some of the best wines in the world & its central region has several lush valleys that are perfect for a day trip or a few nights getaway from Santiago.



The landscapes of these regions are rich in variety & hold an impressive mix of exuberant rainforests, mighty rivers, turquoise lakes, with -of course- volcanoes towering over it all. 

Often overlooked by travelers, the Volcano & Lake regions have some spectacular wilderness areas & there is a myriad of astonishing parks & things you can do & see.




Patagonia is the world's ultimate frontier. A remote wilderness, this area is home to wind-swept plains, twisting forests, granite spires, massive glaciers & incredible wildlife.



Torres del Paine National Park is Patagonia's crown jewel. With an incredibly varied landscape that revolves around its famous 8200 ft mountain pillars, this area is rich for exploration and you will find a myriad of forests, lakes, plains, rivers and ice fields to relish in.




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Also known as Rapa Nui, Easter Island is a volcanic island in Polynesia, laying in solitude in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.  World famous for its hundreds of mysterious statues, Easter Island holds the remnants of a long-gone civilization & is a fascinating destination for anyone wishing to unravel its cosmology & enigmatic history.