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The Wild Side of Chile @ andBeyond

Embark on an amazing 8-day journey through the vast, pristine wilderness of Patagonia – one of Chile’s most beautiful landscapes. Your adventure kicks off in the capital city of Santiago, a modern, sprawling and vibrant metropolis that is flanked on each side by the Andes and coastal mountain ranges. It is here that you can enjoy a series of tours that range from historical and cultural explorations to specialized excursions focused on food, architecture and art. After exploring the vibrancy of Santiago, you will head to the awe-inspiring beauty of Patagonia. Over 500 years after the arrival of the first European seafarers in Patagonia, the words to describe it are the same: exotic, faraway, vast, infinitely beautiful, wild, and indomitable.

Situated in the heart of the National Park, the Torres del Paine Mountains are one of the main attractions of the region and an icon of Chilean Patagonia. The immensity of the ice floes, the majesty of the mountains and the expanse of the lakes are a constant source of wonderment – undeniably a photographer’s and nature lover’s dream destination. Lastly, end your incredible tour with a fantastic wine tasting experience in Casablanca, which sits just outside of Santiago. Enjoy a guided tour around the Veramonte Vineyard, sample some of its finest wines and learn more about the estate’s wine-making process.


  • An interpretive guided city tour of Santiago
  • Pick and choose from a range of half or full-day Awasi adventures to scenic destinations within Patagonia such as the Grey Peninsula, the Blue Lagoon, Horns Viewpoint and Frenchman’s Valley
  • An interpretive introductory talk about the dramatic wilderness of Patagonia
  • Private, expert guides throughout your journey through Patagonia
  • A close encounter with the wildlife of Patagonia – with the opportunity to encounter pumas, condors, southern deer, guanacos, foxes and rheas or ñandues (to name a few) during your journey.
  • Embark on full-day photographic safaris in Patagonia
  • Exclusive access to a restricted area of the Torres del Paine National Park to observe the wild horses of Baguales in their natural habitat, accompanied by an expert biologist and veterinarian
  • Walking photographic safari designed to ensure that photographers capture the best of Patagonia
  • Wine tour and tasting, accompanied by a local resident guide, in Santiago.


  • Welcome and assistance service at all airports
  • 2 Night’s Accommodation in Santiago with Breakfast
  • 5 Night’s Accommodation in Torres del Paine Area on a Full Board basis
  • All transport and excursions as mentioned in private luxury vehicle
  • Domestic air tickets with airport taxes
  • Museum and National Park entrance fee where applicable
  • Administration fees – where applicable
  • Full Board in Patagonia and all meals where indicated


Fully inclusive rate per person sharing:

  • 1 August 2016 – 31 July 2017 US $8,732 (AUD 11,759.64)

Terms & Conditions

  • Itinerary based on a minimum of 4 and 2 guests.
  • Validity periods are as specified above; should a booking fall over two rate periods the rate will change and we reserve the right to re-quote.
  • Rates do not apply over Christmas and New Year dates.
  • The rates quoted are subject to change without warning if there are any increases in Chile.
  • &Beyond trading terms apply.
  • Gratuities and cost for obtaining visas not included

A male guanaco stands guard on a mountain pass in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park.


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