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Halli Hello :) I would like to make next year in November or late October (2023) a round trip through (almost) all of Chile to the highlights with bus and domestic flights. If someone prefers or wants to borrow a rental car instead, that's no problem for me, only I'm not an experienced driver, so driving myself is unfortunately out of the question for me. About my travel style or what is important to me, I want to say: getting up early is usually or often the order of the day, because the time is unfortunately limited and this is essential if you want to see the most important :)! There will be a program pretty much every day and you will not be longer than 2-3 days in one place. So it will be rather no party vacation, the focus is rather on nature, culture and discover :) Now to my preliminary route: Day Santiago de Chile (1 day excursion to Valparaiso and Vina del Mar, 1 day to Canon del Maipo) Day flight to Calama or San Pedro de Atacama, 4 day desert tour (El Tatio geysers, Valley de la Luna, Laguna Miscanti, Flamingo lake etc.) Day flight to Temuco- on arrival drive by rental car (3h) to the Termas Geometricas via Villarica/Pucon (volcano). Detour at the crystal clear waterfalls ojos del caburgo. Day Puerto Varas Day : Chiloe Tour Day: Flight from Pt. Montt to Cohayique, Carretera Austral, rent a car. Day : Termas Puyuhuapi, Queulat NP Day : NP Villa Cerro Castillo Day : Puerto Rio Tranquilo (visit the San Rafael ice lagoon and the marble cathedrals) Day : Chochrane, Patagonia NP Day : Return trip 4 hours to Cohaiyque, flight to Puerto Natales Day : Flight to Punta Arenas, 3 days trekking with camping on the W- Trek in Torres del Paine National Park (booking of campsites 6 months in advance necessary) Day : Boat trip to Isla Magdalena to the penguin colonies Day : Flight to Santiago Flight home from Santiago (in my case to Vienna) What is included in the price? I take care of the booking of our accommodations, the accommodations are included in the tour price. What is extra? Rental car, domestic flights, intercontinental flights, excursions, 3-day W Trek and meals. Are you interested? I look forward to any travel enthusiast for whom this route would be something :) Glg, Selina
Trip Itinerary


Day 1-3
Santiago is the capital, nestled in imposing mountainous country. You can visit museums, markets but also the buildings such as theaters and churches. There is also a viewing platform, which should give a great view over the city!


Day 3-4
Valparaiso is a coastal city, not far from Santiago, and stands out for its colorful houses and narrow streets.

San Pedro de Atacama

Day 4-8
Here lies the driest desert in the world. My plan, a 4-day tour to visit the Valley de la luna (Moon Valley), the El Tatio Geysers, the Miscanti Laguna and the Flamingo Lake.


Day 8-11
Villarica is a volcanic region with breathtaking scenery of raging rivers, lakes and volcanoes. The plan is to visit the Termas Geometricas there (see picture). This is an architect-designed spa made of natural thermal springs in the middle of a gorge. Furthermore, a short detour is planned in Villarica, the volcanic town, and at the Ojos de Caburgo, a beautiful turquoise river landscape with small waterfalls.

Puerto Varas

Day 11-13
Puerto Varas is a city with 41,255 inhabitants in southern Chile in the Región de los Lagos. It is located about 20 kilometers north of Puerto Montt. Puerto Varas is located on the southern shore of Lake Llanquihue. With about 860 square kilometers it is the second largest lake in Chile. Near here we find the famous Petrohue waterfalls and the foot of the Osorno volcano.


Day 13-15
Near here is Queulat National Park, one of Chile's most famous national parks because of its hanging glacier (see picture). The park is bordered on the south side by the Cisnes River and borders the Lago Rosselot National Reserve. It includes 1,541 km² of glacier-covered mountains and pristine evergreen forests.

Villa Cerro Castillo

Day 15-17
A fairly unknown national park compared to other national parks, with a 5-hour hike to the top of Cerro Castillo with an azure lagoon. There are many hiking opportunities in the Cerro Castillo National Reserve. One can ascend to the viewpoint at the impressive Cerro Castillo mountain in a day hike.

Puerto Río Tranquilo

Day 17-21
Boat ride on Lago Carrera to the Marble Caves - Beautiful, extraordinary cave system formed by the erosion of the limestone coast by water. & Visit to the San Rafael ice lagoon (picture). The San Rafael Glacier is one of the largest outlet glaciers of the Northern Patagonian Ice Field in southern Chile, and the closest tidewater glacier to the equator. It calves into Laguna San Rafael and is included in Laguna San Rafael National Park.

Patagonia National Park

Day 21-23
Patagonia National Park is a national park in the Aysén region of Chile, once a private nature reserve that operated as a publicly accessible park and was donated to the Chilean government in 2018 by Tompkins Conservation.

Torres del Paine National Park

Day 23-27
We continue to the Torres del Paine National Park and it will be adventurous! Because we make there a 4-day hike on the W-Trek with tents.

Punta Arenas

Day 27-28
I am also planning a trip to see the penguins on the island of La Maddalena, not far from Punta Arenas. It is supposed to be one of the best places to see penguins.


Day 28-29
Return flight to Vienna or flight home! A wonderful and adventurous time lies behind us. Maybe we will see each other again on another trip!
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29 days trip
Santiago de Chile, Valparaíso & 10 more
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