Escape to Chile’s Atacama Desert & The Central Valley Wineries

ADSMundo/Sportstour offers the perfect combination of immersion into the endless landscapes of the Atacama Desert for a 4 to 5 nights program in a deluxe hotel, coupled with a stay in a luxury winery of the Central Valley for 2 or more nights.

San Pedro de Atacama is the archaeological capital of Chile and the main cultural centre of the Atacama region. The village is known as an oasis in the middle of the driest desert in the world, with narrow alleys and traditional adobe houses. It is the point of departure for excursions to destinations such as the Moon Valley, famous for its striking similarity to a lunar landscape, the Atacama Salt Flat, the Tatio Geysers and the Puritama Hot Springs. Visitors can also visit archaeological sites such as Pucará de Quitor and Tulor, the altiplanic lagoon’s natural habitat of pink flamingos and the villages of the Altiplano, home of Atacameños – also known as Licanantay or Kunzas.

There is a wide range of activities on offer, such as bike tours, hikes, day trips in a 4×4, and horseback riding – all while enjoying luxury hospitality, spas and delicious local cuisine served by the local high-end lodges.

A must-see is stargazing, Atacama is the home of the clearest skies in the world, allowing enchanting evenings of observation together with astronomers.

Flying back to Santiago, ADSMundo will bring you to one of the boutique wineries of the Central Valley to just relax, or if wished, to wander, horseback ride, cycle and of course experience excellent gastronomy accompanied by the finest Chilean wines. Each wine is based on iconic grape varieties such as Carmenere, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir for red wine and Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Viognier for white. Wine tastings are on offer and organised with some of the best oenologists and sommeliers in the region.

Why not also send clients to escape from there for an experience in the colourful hills of Valparaiso discovering the ancient city, declared cultural Patrimony by UNESCO. Here clients can go walking, use the local funiculars, or enjoy sailing on the Pacific Ocean.

For more information, please contact Cristina Cáceres: