Visit La Recova Winery and Pablo Neruda's house in Isla Negra
You are going to love this tour. First we will start visiting a small wine producer called La Recova where you will taste its amazing wines and we are going to have a great time walking around and learning all about the famous Casablanca Valley.
After this great start we will drive directly to Isla Negra where we are gonna have an empanada in a typical place before visiting the most famous and beautiful house of Pablo Neruda.
Pablo Neruda was a Chilean poet, diplomat, and politician who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971. He was perhaps the most important Latin American poet of the 20th century.
As you can see this tour is all about Wine and History. A great mix to enjoy a day outside Valparaiso!
9:30 Pick Up Time from Valparaiso or Santiago
11:00 Visit to La Recova Winery, where we will learn and discover more details about their production and
management in the vineyards. Their winemaking experience and passion are inspiring to wine lovers.
- Winery Property and Production methods Tour
- Wine Tasting
13:30 Taste of a chilean empanada in a typical place in Isla Negra
14:30 Visit of Pablo Neruda's House in Isla Negra where you will have the opportunity to walk and see all the rooms and hear the history behind each area. Also will have some time on your own to see the ocean and take pictures in the surroundings where Pablo and his wife are buried.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I can pick you up at your hotel either in Santiago or Valparaiso, Cruise ship terminal or wherever is convenient for you.
End location: Back to your hotel, cruise ship terminal or wherever is convenient for you
Duration: 7 hours
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Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 USD - Just in case you want to buy a souvenir or a bottle of wine I would recommend to bring 50 USD.
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This tour was wonderful. Gonzalo was knowledgable and friendly and took good care of me. I was travelling alone and felt always safe and introduced into wonderful local situations and experiences.