Kenneth BaillieUnited Kingdom
We were very lucky to find Roberto. Our pick-up from San Antonio port went very well, despite the late arrival of our ship. He customised the day very well and we saw and did a lot - the coastal villages, a bird sanctuary, Valparaiso, a winery, the countryside between the coast and Santiago, and Santiago itself. He was also very interesting to talk to, and we learned a lot about the country, its culture and history. We would thoroughly recommend him to any visitors to the area.
Lucy ChanUnited States
We had a few hours with Roberto after he picked us up from San Antonio Cruise-ship Terminal. He maximized the time for us to explore 2 very special vineyards on our way to Santiago. While in Santiago, he took us to the top of the hill to take in the beauty of the city. He showed us many interesting sites and buildings. Along the way, he always educated us, gave us the back stories and explained in details the history, progress and future of Santiago/Chile. We will definitely hire Roberto again!
This was our second tour with Roberto and it was another good one. It was a perfect way to see part of Chile around Santiago for half a day, have a leisurely lunch, get dropped off at the port in San Antonio and get on the ship after all the crowds. (Sorry for my delay in giving feedback, but we finally have decent internet after our cruise!)
James SmaltzUnited States
Roberto was a perfect guide and worked hard to make sure we had an enjoyable day. Our cruise ship diverted it's original scheduled port from Valparaiso to San Antonio. To complicate our plans the day of our visit was a religious holiday. We decided to concentrate our visit on San Antonio region at Roberto' suggestion and he showed us amazing sights, marine and bird sanctuaries and shoreline observation peaks that only a local would know about. Roberto later found us a unique seafood restaurant.