Duration: 6 Days
Location: Chile
Price: US$ 2,390(AU$ 3,576)
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  • Inclusions:

    • Transfers as per itinerary
    • 5 nights of accommodation with daily breakfast
    • 2 Lunches and 3 Dinners
    • Excursions as per itinerary


    Daily departures available

  • Day 1 SANTIAGO

    Upon arrival in Santiago, transfer from the airport to the hotel. Overnight in Santiago.


    Breakfast at the hotel. In time transfer to Santa Rita Winery for a guided tour with wine tasting. In the afternoon transfer to La Playa Winery for the night (other wineries also available at an additional cost). You have free time to enjoy the surroundings. Dinner and overnight.

    Day 3 LA PLAYA WINERY (B – L – D)

    Breakfast at the hotel. During the course of the morning you will have a tour and tasting of wines from the vineyard. Lunch and Dinner.

    Day 4 LA PLAYA WINERY (B – L – D)

    Breakfast at the hotel. Day at leisure to enjoy activities in the vineyard. Lunch, Dinner.


    Breakfast at jotel. Mid-morning transfer from the winery to visit and taste the wines of Casas del Bosque Winery. Then continue your journey to the beautiful city of Vina del Mar. Accommodation.


    Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to Santiago for your onward journey. Extension programs can be arranged by Latino Holidays.

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    Food Code = (B) – Breakfast, (L) – Lunch, (D) – Dinner

    LHSTSCL001 *Please note: Prices based on twin share, low season, staying at Matilda’s Hotel Boutique in Santiago, La Playa Winery in the winery region, Fauna Hotel in Vina del Mar. Prices are per person. Optional / Extension tours not included and are at extra cost. The itinerary & pricing can change at any time due to availability & of activities. Please check our website for full terms and conditions*

  • More information on Chile:

    Chile squeezed between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean with a maximum width of 44 kilometres and is a unique thin 4,300 kilometres long coastal stripe. For many people, Chile is still a white spot on the map. It lies on an extremely rich and original natural beauty that makes this country a very attractive destination along with its friendly population. It unites the driest desert of the world, abundant forests as well as fantastic glaciers and fjords. The European influence can be noticed in the towns by the people with their culture and their ancestor’s history. That is why Chile nowadays is one of the highest developed countries of South America.

    More information on your tour:

    Colchagua Valley is located in central Chile, and is one of South America’s most promising wine regions! Some of Chile’s finest red wines are made in the valley, mostly from Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere and Syrah.

    The Colchagua Valley viticultural area stretches south-east to north-west for 70 miles at its widest point. Its western boundary is formed by the coastal hills which seem to run the entire length of Chile’s vast Pacific coastline. In the east, the vineyards are naturally limited by the foothills of the Andes, into which they creep further and further each year.

    Colchagua is a little cooler than its northerly cousin Maipo, but still maintains a consistently Mediterranean climate. As with most areas of Chile, the Pacific Ocean offers a natural cooling influence. The degree of cooling provided by the ocean varies from east to west in the Colchagua Valley, demonstrated by the distribution of red and white grape varieties. As a general rule, white wine varieties benefit from cooler climates, while the reds prefer drier, warmer conditions. The dominance of Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Malbec and Merlot plantings in the warmer east is mirrored by that of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc in the ocean-cooled west.

    As with many of the world’s wine regions, the steep slopes on the edges of the coastal mountains are proving to be the most desirable spots for viticulture in Colchagua. Here, vineyards can take advantage of the prevailing sunlight and also the free-draining granitic soils that stress the vines, leading to smaller yields of berries with a high concentration of flavor. These hillside sites tend to be slightly cooler than those on the valley floor, and often enjoy a more pronounced diurnal temperature variation than lower-lying vineyards, leading to grapes with an excellent balance of ripeness and acidity.

    The Colchagua Valley is a fairly new wine-producing region in Chile, most of the region’s modern winemaking facilities have been constructed with wine tourism in mind, and as a result, Colchagua Valley is enjoying a growing reputation as Chile’s ‘Napa Valley’.

    More information on visa requirements:

    Australian citizens travelling to Chile must pay a reciprocity fee on arrival. The permit granted through the reciprocity fee is a multiple entry permit with a maximum validity of 90 days. Reciprocity fee is approximately US$ 117.00*.

    For more information, consult your nearest Chilean Embassy / Consulate.

    *Note: Reciprocity fee is just informative, and subject to change by the local Government at any time.

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