Spend a full day in this Andean adventure hiking through an archaeological park, wine tasting and in the largest privately-owned alpaca farm in Chile
This Andean Adventure tour shows visitors the very essence of Chile. Enjoy a short hike through Paidahuén Archaeological Park and discover rock drawings dating from 450 to 1,000 years ago, after this we will sip on some wine at San Esteban vineyard before visiting the largest alpaca farm in Chile, a full day adventure.
Duration: 8 hours – 9:00 a.m to 17:00 pm
Start and End Location: Santiago City
Availability: Daily (except national holidays)
Miscellaneous: It is necessary to walk approximately 30 minutes to reach the petroglyphs at the summit of the hill. The climb is mostly gradual and can be done by a person of any age in good health
First, you and your guide will travel to the foothills of the Andes and stop at Paidahuén Archaeological Park. Paidahuén is an isolated hill located along the northern bank of the Aconcagua River in the rural town of San Esteban. At the top of it, you will have the chance to check out ancient petroglyphs carved into the stone. Full of symbolism and mystery, these rock drawings are work of native populations dating from 450 to 1,000 years ago.
Next, you will visit the nearby San Esteban Winery for a vineyard tour and tasting. San Esteban is a family-owned and operated producer of high-quality wines and table grapes. The vineyard exports to more than 20 countries. Their grapes are planted along the banks of the Aconcagua River and on the surrounding hillsides. This geography creates a micro-climate ideally suited for wine and table grape production, with a soil quality that rivals the best wine-growing regions in South America. After lunch at a nearby restaurant, you will venture to the largest privately-owned alpaca farm in Chile. Indulge in nature and discover this beautiful animal up close. You will see the entire alpaca wool production process and enjoy a broad selection of exclusive creations and handmade alpaca wool items that portray the patrimony and spirit of the Andean culture, which is the World of Alpaca.
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