In Chile, things don’t slow down in winter. In a country with such changing climate and landscapes, the tourism industry is always going strong. To tempt travelers this winter, we’ve launched a selection of new excursions bringing together Torres del Paine trekking adventures, traditional skiing mini breaks, and top-level wine tastings in the Central Valley.
Iconic neighborhoods Santiago is divided into several well-known districts, within many there are smaller barrios, or neighborhoods, each with their own personality. The city's central business district – also referred to as Sanhattan – is located in Las Condes. Here, you'll find upmarket shopping, embassies, offices, restaurants, and bars promoting after-work drinks like they're the new black. […]
The best of the W Trek, now in winter!
Sample some of Chile’s internationally renowned wines on this three day getaway in the enchanting Colchagua Valley, exploring the vineyards in style via walking and horseback riding before spending the nights in luxury accommodations after full days of wine-induced decadence.
Enjoy a week of prime skiing and outdoor sports at the famous Portillo Ski Resort outside Santiago, followed by day tours and tastings at some of central Chile’s best vineyards for the perfect balance of luxury and adventure.
Enjoy some of the best skiing in the world at the Corralco Mountain and Ski Resort in the south of Chile, shredding the slopes and basking in gleaming sunlight and breathtaking views of the Andes mountains and the mighty Lonquimay Volcano.
While some people like their winters with a side of woollen socks and cough medicine, others get adventuring. And where there are winter adventures, there’s Chile! From skiing in the Andes to select wine tastings in the Central Valley and trekking in Torres del Paine, we’ve got a program for you.