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Elqui Experience 3 days/ 2 Nights

Elqui Experience 3 days/ 2 Nights - Pisco Elqui, Chile

Duration: 3 days
Location: Pisco Elqui, Chile

From USD
$379.00

An experience you will keep always, these three amazing tours cover all aspects of the Elqui Valley in tremendously relaxing Hotels that offer the best unwinding acommodation, you will not regret booking this program.

Itinerary

Day 1: Tour of the last villages of the Elqui Valley & pisco distilleries.

Stop At: Turismo Migrantes, O´Higgins s/n - Pisco Elqui, Paihuano, Región de Coquimbo, Chile
Visit the Elqui Valley to enjoy a magical break, combining experiences of the Chilean countryside during the day and our brilliant night sky during the night for astronomical observation.

The main attributes of the area will be enjoyed in the enchanting Pisco Elqui, crossed by the Andes Mountain Range along with its people and heritage, visiting small rural towns admiring the beautiful landscapes and acknowledging the human quality of life that can truly be appreciated; this is a half day expedition suitable for all public.
Duration: 3 days

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: 01 night in a hotel in Pisco Elqui, Elqui Valley with breakfast included

Day 2: Open Night Stargazing and Astral Experience.

Stop At: Turismo Migrantes, O´Higgins s/n - Pisco Elqui, Paihuano, Región de Coquimbo, Chile
Arriving we meet with a perfect scenario as the night falls in absolute darkness to receive a perfect Astro Experience using high-level astronomical observation in the quality of a Sky-Watcher 20” Dobsonian telescope differentiating the contrast and full prominence of the night sky in the southern hemisphere, amidst a log fire inside an amphitheatre with a homemade pisco sour whilst listening to our bilingual tour guide, incorporating an observation program of 7 celestial objects approximately through our professional telescope, complemented by enjoyable interactions, understanding and identifying objects in the sky with the naked eye.

Duration: 2 hours

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: 01 night in a hotel in Pisco Elqui, Elqui Valley with breakfast included.

Day 3: Horseback Ride along the Cochiguaz River

Stop At: Turismo Migrantes, O´Higgins s/n - Pisco Elqui, Paihuano, Región de Coquimbo, Chile
Living the adventure of our stunning country´s outback by horse in the beloved wilderness and all its beauty, interning in the fertile mantles of the Cochiguaz river, opening spaciously down the mountain range ... More info ›

An experience you will keep always, these three amazing tours cover all aspects of the Elqui Valley in tremendously relaxing Hotels that offer the best unwinding acommodation, you will not regret booking this program.

Itinerary

Day 1: Tour of the last villages of the Elqui Valley & pisco distilleries.

Stop At: Turismo Migrantes, O´Higgins s/n - Pisco Elqui, Paihuano, Región de Coquimbo, Chile
Visit the Elqui Valley to enjoy a magical break, combining experiences of the Chilean countryside during the day and our brilliant night sky during the night for astronomical observation.

The main attributes of the area will be enjoyed in the enchanting Pisco Elqui, crossed by the Andes Mountain Range along with its people and heritage, visiting small rural towns admiring the beautiful landscapes and acknowledging the human quality of life that can truly be appreciated; this is a half day expedition suitable for all public.
Duration: 3 days

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: 01 night in a hotel in Pisco Elqui, Elqui Valley with breakfast included

Day 2: Open Night Stargazing and Astral Experience.

Stop At: Turismo Migrantes, O´Higgins s/n - Pisco Elqui, Paihuano, Región de Coquimbo, Chile
Arriving we meet with a perfect scenario as the night falls in absolute darkness to receive a perfect Astro Experience using high-level astronomical observation in the quality of a Sky-Watcher 20” Dobsonian telescope differentiating the contrast and full prominence of the night sky in the southern hemisphere, amidst a log fire inside an amphitheatre with a homemade pisco sour whilst listening to our bilingual tour guide, incorporating an observation program of 7 celestial objects approximately through our professional telescope, complemented by enjoyable interactions, understanding and identifying objects in the sky with the naked eye.

Duration: 2 hours

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: 01 night in a hotel in Pisco Elqui, Elqui Valley with breakfast included.

Day 3: Horseback Ride along the Cochiguaz River

Stop At: Turismo Migrantes, O´Higgins s/n - Pisco Elqui, Paihuano, Región de Coquimbo, Chile
Living the adventure of our stunning country´s outback by horse in the beloved wilderness and all its beauty, interning in the fertile mantles of the Cochiguaz river, opening spaciously down the mountain range. We enjoy a brief break in the most beautiful spot in the Elqui Valley on the river’s edge.
Duration: 4 hours

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

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Crossing the Andes from Agua Negra to San Francisco

Crossing the Andes from Agua Negra to San Francisco - La Serena, Chile

Duration: 6 days
Location: La Serena, Chile

From USD
$1175.00

Wild places, it´s possible that we´ll never see other travelers on the road and places where we´ll go

Itinerary

Day 1: San Juan to Rodeo Andean Village

Stop At: Cuesta del Viento Dam, Rodeo Argentina
An oasis of green waters inviting to adventure at Cuyan lands With more than 300 days/year with winds greater than 20 knots, the Cuesta del Viento’s Dam –in Rodeo, at about 125 miles from San Juan City- is one of the best places in the world to practice windsurf. Besides, it is one of the most beautiful landscapes in the Syrah’s land ... More info ›

Wild places, it´s possible that we´ll never see other travelers on the road and places where we´ll go

Itinerary

Day 1: San Juan to Rodeo Andean Village

Stop At: Cuesta del Viento Dam, Rodeo Argentina
An oasis of green waters inviting to adventure at Cuyan lands With more than 300 days/year with winds greater than 20 knots, the Cuesta del Viento’s Dam –in Rodeo, at about 125 miles from San Juan City- is one of the best places in the world to practice windsurf. Besides, it is one of the most beautiful landscapes in the Syrah’s land. This windsurf and kitesurf paradise covers more than 7,400 acres where the green water contrasts with the rock’s darkness. Quiet in the mornings –ideal for kayaking and/or fishing- it gets crowdy at noon where its many visitors are anxiously waiting for the Southeastern strong winds that invite to play with the waves. Rodeo is the base-point to get to Cuesta del Viento Dam, with camping and supplies as well as an interesting accommodation offer specially for young people. From San Juan’s capital city, it is necessary to take Route 40 to the North and, when arriving to Talacasto, take Route 149 or continue along Route 40 until San José de Jáchal. From Jáchal –one of those 18th century towns that best maintain the provincial quiet life- the road to Rodeo crosses a cornice road that accompanies the river of the same name, at which rapids rafting can be practiced
Duration: 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight at Rodeo

Day 2: Rodeo to Valle del Elqui Chile crossing the Agua Negra Trail

Stop At: Paso de Aguas Negras, San Juan Argentina
El Paso de Agua Negra, o Paso del Agua Negra, es un paso fronterizo entre Argentina y Chile, localizado en el Departamento Iglesia de la provincia argentina de San Juan y en la provincia chilena de Elqui de la región de Coquimbo, comuna de Vicuña. Comunica las localidades de Las Flores (6.000 habitantes), departamento Iglesia -distante 2 km del Complejo Fronterizo de Control Migratorio-Aduanero, y 70 km de San José de Jachal-, con la localidad de Huanta (3500 habitantes), distante 90 km del Limite Internacional.

Debido a su altitud, este paso se encuentra abierto en temporada estival (de diciembre a abril). El resto del año queda bloqueado por la nieve. Es el paso fronterizo internacional más alto entre Argentina y Chile, a una altura de 4780 msnm es uno de los pasos internacionales más altos del mundo, superado ampliamente por el paso internacional de Karakorum (entre Pakistán y China) de 5540 msnm.

Inaugurado en 1965, por problemas políticos entre ambos países el camino se clausuró en 1977, reabriéndose al público en 1994.1​2​

En la actualidad está en proyecto la construcción de dos túneles, que permitirán una comunicación interoceánica para este paso.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Valle del Elqui, La Serena Chile
El Valle de Elqui, llamado antiguamente también como Valle de Coquimbo, es una cuenca hidrográfica ubicada en la provincia de Elqui, Región de Coquimbo, en Chile. El principal río de esta cuenca es el Elqui, que nace de la confluencia de los ríos Claro y Turbio, provenientes ambos de la cordillera de los Andes, y desemboca en el océano Pacífico, algunos kilómetros al norte de la ciudad de La Serena.

En este valle se encuentra ubicado uno de los tantos embalses que posee la región, el embalse Puclaro, que se encuentra a 432 msnm en un sector conocido como Angostura Puclaro y que tene una capacidad de 200 millones de m³ de agua y 760 ha.

El valle se beneficia de su recurso hídrico y largos períodos de sol durante el año, ambos excelentes para la producción de frutas, vegetales y, especialmente, el cultivo de uvas para exportación y para la producción local de pisco. El clima es estepárico, con nublados abundantes en la costa y gran sequedad atmosférica y cielos limpios hacia el interior; en la cordillera las temperaturas son más bajas por efecto de la altitud.

Al tener uno de los cielos más claros del hemisferio sur, razón por la cual diversas organizaciones internacionales han instalado observatorios astronómicos en las cumbres de los cerros Pachón y Tololo.

En el valle se ubica Vicuña, su principal ciudad y lugar donde nació la poetisa chilena Gabriela Mistral, ganadora del Premio Nobel de Literatura el año 1945 y del Premio Nacional de Literatura de 1951.

Es uno de los lugares más visitados del norte chico chileno, y es considerado un polo energético y asociado al fenómenos OVNI por las comunidades que realizan actividades esotéricas en él. Posee atractivos turísticos, como el Museo Gabriela Mistral, el Observatorio educativo Mamalluca, Viña Cavas del Valle, considerada la más alta de Chile, la planta de producción de Pisco CAPEL, y las cocinas solares de Villaseca.
Duration: 3 days

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight at Pisco Elqui

Day 3: Pisco Elqui

Stop At: Plaza Pisco Elqui, D-485, Pisco Elqui 20980 Chile
Astro Experience , nocturnal observation of stars in the middle of the Cordillera de los Andes guided by specialists
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight at Pisco Elqui

Day 4: Pisco Elqui to Chañaral del Aceituno

Stop At: Atacama Dessert, Chile
Breakfast. Exit north until you reach Totoralillos and then follow Choros, from this point we are in contact with the Atacama desert, in the Santa Clara reserve, where we will surely see Guanacos and Zorros on the side of the road in a bucolic landscape. We will continue crossing the beginning of the desert until we reach the Humboldt Penguin National Reserve, in Punta Choros Cove where the contrast of the immense desert with the Sea will leave us astonished. Only this place we will do it on the way to the town of Caleta Chañaral del Aceituno where we will be arriving in the afternoon hours. Check In. Relaxation time and beach. Night in Chañaral del Aceituno.
Duration: 1 hour

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight at Chañaral del Aceituno

Day 5: Chañaral del Aceituno to Llanos del Challe National Park and Copiapo

Stop At: Parque Nacional Llanos del Challe, Ruta Costera C-360, Huasco Chile
Full day excursion from Caleta Chañaral to the Llanos de Challe National Park with the coastal desert, eco tourist trails and beautiful rugged beaches. We will have lunch box lunch in one of this wild beach with camping services. In the afternoon we will be arriving to the City of Copiapó. OverNight in Copiapó, La Casona Hotel,
Duration: 6 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight at Copiapó

Day 6: Copiapó to Pan de Azúcar National Park

Stop At: Pan de Azucar National Park, Chanaral Chile
Full Day Excursion Pan de Azúcar National Park. More information at http://www.conaf.cl/parques/parque-nacional-pan-de-azucar/. On the way to the National Park, we visit what is known as "The Route of the 33 Miners", where the San José Mine is located, an underground deposit dating back to 1886, known worldwide for being trapped 33 miners for 70 days at more than 650 meters. Under the earth's surface. Already in this area we can begin to appreciate the immensity of the Andean Desert in all its splendor. We will make photographic stops until we reach the Sugar Loaf that will pleasantly surprise us. After touring and enjoying this Park we return by an alternative route that goes bordering the sea to retake the International Road N ° 5
Duration: 7 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight at Copiapó

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