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Our most recommended Santiago Night Tours

  • Santiago: 4-Hour Private Night Tour with Dinner and Show

    1. Santiago: 4-Hour Private Night Tour with Dinner and Show

    Enjoy pickup at your hotel in Santiago. Depending on the option chosen, first drive to either the top of San Cristobal Hill to take in the panoramic views of the illuminated city or drive to Santa Lucía Hill to discover where the city was born and panoramic views of the downtown area. Return towards the civic center and see sights, such as La Moneda Palace, Plaza de la Constitucion, the Municipal Theater and Central Market. Head uptown to explore the heart of Santiago's acclaimed dining scene. End the night with dinner at a typical Chilean restaurant and watch a traditional dance show as you dine.

  • Santiago: San Cristobal Hill Bike Tour at Sunset

    2. Santiago: San Cristobal Hill Bike Tour at Sunset

    Start your panoramic night tour of Santiago with a 1-hour bike ride up the Cerro San Cristobal. Pedal through the Bellavista neighborhood to Metropolitan Park, and then cycle to the summit. Watch the sunset upon arrival at the top and get a 360-degree view of the city from the Terraza Bellavista viewpoint. Then, embark on thrilling 30-minute downhill ride along paved roads that connect to Pedro de Valdivia Avenue. Continue along the bike paths of the Providencia area bordering the Mapocho River, and marvel at the illuminated city center as you cycle all the way back to starting point in Baquedano.

  • Santiago: Sunset and Wine Observatory Tour

    3. Santiago: Sunset and Wine Observatory Tour

    Visit the residence of a Chilean astronomer who has built the closest private observatory to Santiago in the foothills of the Andes. Learn all about the stars and constellations that can be seen in the Southern Hemisphere. Then, look into the Universe through a variety of telescopes both before and after sunset. Depending on the time of year, you will be able to see different planets, stars, clusters, and nebulae. Venus and Mercury are almost always seen. You may also see Jupiter and its moons in permanent motion, as well as Mars, and Saturn with its rings. Chile enjoys more than 300 clear days per year and conditions are usually ideal for stargazing under open skies. Enjoy a glass of wine accompanied by cheeses and snacks as you discuss the marvelous wonders of the universe.

  • Santiago: Private Sunset Hike with Snacks and Wine

    4. Santiago: Private Sunset Hike with Snacks and Wine

    Explore the native forests of Santiago on a short, exciting evening hike. Follow the trail within the sclerophyll forest until you reach the summit. Make use of headlamps and hiking poles to power your way through the adventure. Experience unobstructed views over Santiago and exchange glances with the Andes mountain range. Witness a beautiful sunset during the spring and the summer, or see the moon over the mountains along with the sparkling city lights in the fall and the winter. Enjoy a cheese and wine table once you reach the summit to accompany the view. Keep warm around a small campfire while you reflect on your experience and your surroundings.

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What people are saying about Santiago

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 6 reviews

This bike tour is phenomenal! I think its an absolute must for anyone who visits Santiago. It was a really fun way to explore the city and watching the sunset from the top of the hill was breathtaking