This program invites you to enjoy an unforgettable adventure in just one day, walk through the Central Valley of Chile, the Aconcagua Valley River, the center of Ski Portillo, the Cristo Redentor tunnel to 3, 200 meters high, and Puente del Inca natural monument. Just 170 km from the city of Santiago de Chile is the Aconcagua, which at 6, 962 meters above sea level is the highest peak in all America.
Departure is from your hotel in Santiago at 7:00am. The trip to the park lasts approximately 3 hours making a stop in the Aconcagua Valley to appreciate the natural monument Salto del Soldado and then continue up the international road to the international border with Argentina . A 12 km of the border the entrance to Aconcagua Park and the Horcones border center where immigration procedures are performed to enter Argentina, after which we went down another 2 km to visit the Natural Bridge Monument Inca. . Once In the Aconcagua Park we are prepared to go for a walk on a trail of little difficulty to the viewpoint where they can photograph one of the best views of the south face of Aconcagua and its eternal ice, then down to the Horcones lagoon ( about 1 hour). And for those who want to make a longer walk we will continue until the gorge of Durazno, where there is a suspension bridge that crosses the river Horcones and you can see a different perspective of the landscape (about 2 hours in total)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel or Airport
End location: Hotel or Airport
Duration: 10 hours
For my private tours we will use a Mercedes Benz Vito 2016 capacity for 04 people and a lot room for your luggage If you have a bigger group, please ask for a price and I will use a bigger Vehicle
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The Aconcagua tour is a great day trip from Santiago and totally worth it. One shouldn't believe all those horror stories about the border crossing on the Internet. Leo was a great guide with a deep knowledge of his home. He was open for everything we suggested and made ideal suggestions himself, too.