Discover the Maipo Valley trekking in the hills, enjoying magnificent views of vineyards, forests and rivers, and taste an excellent organic wine in a historic winery with this full-day tour.
Less than an hour's drive from Santiago you can enjoy one of the best preserved nature surroundings in the Metropolitan Region. The Hills of Naltahua are located in the Cordón de Cantillana are identified as a number one priority place for biodiversity preservation in the Santiago Metropolitan Region.
The tour starts with a delicious breakfast in an orchard or a horse breeding farm.
Next, you will take a four hour walk through the most pristine and magical places of Naltahua. You will uncover the richness of its flora and discover its surprising fauna such as the condor, the Chilean iguana, the red fox, the puma or the Valeria grumbler lizard.
After the trek you will enjoy a Chilean country roast or "asado", followed by a visit and wine tasting at a well-known winery.
Once inside the vineyard, while you walk in between the gripe vines, your guide will explain you the facts that make the winery so interesting and some Chilean traditions, and our present state.
At the winery you will learn about its development; how it evolves and the technology behind what make the wines so excellent. Natural cultivation of the grape vines, with minimal human intervention, results in healthy and mature grapes for a high-quality raw material that makes the best wines. While walking in the cellar you will also be able to see some machines used in the winemaking process. Finally, you will do a wine tasting of tree premium wines.
You will also get the chance to approach the native pre-columbian culture visiting the Undurraga´s Mapuche Museum that recreates the cosmovision and way of life of the prehispanic inhabitants of this central area of Chile.
- Wine tasting
- Private transportation
- Winery visit
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Expert local guide
- Country roast
- Any personal expenses
- Food and drink not mentioned
Fully refundable up until 48 hours before departure time.