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Claudia: Hello. My husband and I will be in Chile in December and are interested in a one-day excursion departing from Puerto Montt, where our cruise ship will be stopping for eight hours on Dec. 5. We might be interested in the canopy trip or a visit to Chiloe Island, or another alternative you might suggest. We are active and good walkers.
If you handle all Chile ports, not just Puerto Montt, we might want to negotiate a series of excursions, either as individual purchases or as a package:
1. a half or full day tour of Santiago, with emphasis on being active (walking) rather than sitting in a car
2. a drive from Santiago to Valparaiso, stopping at Algarrobo en route. We would be left off in Valparaiso to catch our cruise ship
3. a full-day (eight hour) tour around Puerto Montt, with the emphasis on walking, trekking, and seeing nature
4. a two-day tour starting from Punta Arenas: our ship arrives at 8 am one day and leaves at 10 pm the following day. Perhaps it is too expensive and inconvenient to go from there to Torres del Paine National Park, so we are open to alternative sights in the area.
5. if you also pick iup from the airport and can include that in a package price, we arrive in Santiago the morning of December 1 and will go to Valparaiso on December 3.
Muchas gracias. No hablamos espanol, ma --visto che siamo italiani -- capiamo senza tanti problemi.
Ghislaine: Transfer Santiago-Valparaiso with wine tour and sightseeing of Valparaiso port
We would like to be picked up at Hotel In Santiago, c/w
Departure from Santiago towards the West heading to the Casablanca Valley, the
second wine valley closest to the capital. This is one of the most important wineproducing
valleys. Its weather conditions, specially the shelter offered by the valley and
the sea breeze, allow the production of white premium Chilean wines. Visit to typical
wineries, walk around their big cellar and vineyards. Wine tasting and visit to the wineshop.
The tour continues to Viña del Mar, the Pacific coast, also known as the Garden
City because of the great amount of parks and nice gardens that it has. The Casino
somehow reflects the aristocratic character that the founder, José Francisco Vergara,
tried to bestow upon this city, then to Valparaiso, city where the main commercial port
and the Congress of Chile are located. During the tour, visitors are greeted by the
multicoloured houses on the hills, parks and diverse historic monuments, traditional
bars and restaurants. By the afternoon, the pax will be dropped off at the port to take
the cruise. 7hrs. for 2 French, English speaking Canadian.
My wife & I are arriving on the Veendam cruise ship in Valparaiso on 13th April. We have a flight back to the UK, leaving SCL at 18:55.
I am not sure what time we will be able to get ashore in the morning - maybe 8:30 or 9am?
We are looking for a tour around the area with a drop off at the airport - what time do you suggest we get to the airport for a 18:55 international flight?
We are potentially interested in visiting Valparaiso and/or Vina del Mar and/or Santiago (and maybe other areas in between) - what do you suggest?
We are intested in "seeing the sights" (views, architecture, etc), and may also be interested in seeing anything else representative of the region (a winery, or ranch, or nature reserve, for example). Do you have a suggested itineray (perhaps with a couple of options).
We will want a quick stop for lunch - but sightseeing is more important.
How much would it cost - either just for the two of us, or perhaps if we can get together one or two more couples.
Abigail: My husband and I will be arriving at the Santiago airport at 9:50 AM on 8January 14. We are interested in a transfer from the airport to our cruise ship in Valparaiso. We would like to be at the ship in the late afternoon, but we do not sail until 9PM.
We have done this transfer several times, but always with the cruise company's bus transfer. This time we would like to see a bit of Santiago and Valpo, as well. I was intrigued that you speak Hebrew, and wonder whether you are also familiar with some local sights of Jewish interest.
My husband has multiple sclerosis, and his walking is slow. Most of this tour he would spend in the car, but he's good about waiting while I scramble around cobble stoned streets to take photos. Because of his mobility problems, museums are not on our itinerary. And alcohol interferes with his medications, so we are not interested in winery visits.
Hope I've given you enough information for you to decide whether there is a tour which would work for us.
Thank you ever so much.