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Santiago: Cajón del Maipo Hot Springs & Chilean Barbecue

1. Santiago: Cajón del Maipo Hot Springs & Chilean Barbecue

Discover Cajón del Maipo on a morning trip from Santiago. Relax in the medicinal hot springs, see the stunning Veil of the Bride waterfall and enjoy a traditional Chilean barbecue. Start your tour with pickup from your hotel in Santiago. Head into the Andes to see a majestic valley called Cajón del Maipo during sunrise. Cross the old train line and the Maipo river to enter Cajón del Maipo. Drive past picturesque towns before stopping at a nice lodge for breakfast at 8:30 AM. Then, go to the natural hot springs of Termas Valle de Colina. Relax in any of the 7 pools with temperatures ranging from 130ºF to 86ºF (55ºC to 30ºC), heated by the nearby volcano. Head back the hills to several viewpoints and enjoy panoramic views of the volcano and mountains. Discover our lounge in order to enjoy a Chilean barbecue of finger foods, including empanadas, pebre, olives, fruit, nuts, grilled vegetables, sausages, choripanes, and beef. Enjoy as much food as you can eat, along with wines from central and southern Chile, beer, juice, or hot beverages. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available. Once you've finished eating, lay down at the lounges. Afterward stop by the roaring Veil of the Bride waterfall, relax on the return journey to Santiago with drop-off at your hotel

Santiago: Cajon del Maipo Trip w/Termas and Embalse el Yeso

2. Santiago: Cajon del Maipo Trip w/Termas and Embalse el Yeso

Discover the magnificent Andes Mountains on a guided day trip from Santiago. Pass by the Tinoco Tunnel, admire the picturesque Cajón del Maipo gorge, and enjoy a picnic lunch overlooking the Termas Colinas Hot Springs. Start your tour early in the morning with a convenient pickup directly from your accommodation. Hop into the air-conditioned van and set out towards the Cajon del Maipo. As you travel, admire the wonderful views of this natural landscape full of high mountain passes, lakes, and forests. Hear about the area's traditions and listen to folktales told by your guide. Along the way, pass the Tinoco Tunnel, a dark, disused train tunnel that runs along the Camino Al Volcán, a remnant from the region's railway days. Listen as your guide tells you about the history of this unusual attraction and the tragic story behind the shrines located at the tunnel's entrance and exit. Not far from here, you'll reach the Termas Colinas Hot Springs. Relax in any of the seven pools with temperatures ranging from 130ºF to 86ºF, heated by the nearby volcano. Stop here to enjoy a picnic-style lunch served with a glass of wine and some juice. After that we will go to Embalse el Yeso. This large reservoir was created in 1964 by damming the Yeso River and now serves as one of the major sources of water for Santiago. Stop here to enjoy a picnic-style lunch served with a glass of wine and some juice. And finally, we make one more stop at Casa de Chocolate so you can taste the delicacies that are sold there. Then, sit back and relax as you set out on your return journey to Santiago, where your driver will drop you off directly at your accommodation.

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4.8 / 5

based on 47 reviews

We absolutely loved this tour and cannot recommend it enough. It was our favorite tour of our time in Chile. From the great communication prior to the tour until the drop off at our hotel afterwards, this was a top notch team. First we stopped at a cute chocolate shop, then a waterfall before heading to the hot springs. Afterwards we made a sunset photo stop and then a wonderfully arranged BBQ with a beautiful setting. Although the tour was ten hours long, it went by quickly since we did so much but it never felt rushed either. We were blessed with a beautiful clear night for stargazing which was an added bonus. There is some bumpy terrain around the hot springs area which may be tough for someone with back issues.

Wow, we were transported by private car which was a great way to get to know other travelers and the guide. The drive was beautiful and there were many opportunities to stop and take in the scenery. The thermal waters were so relaxing with the mountains as a backdrop. The Bbq was delicious with plenty of great Chilean wines to choose from. The stars, moon, and Mars were all visible once the sun set. It was a magical day and evening.

To date this has been my best travel experience. It had everything! The drive to the Andes was interesting, the waterfall was beautiful as was the off road experience getting there. Fully enjoyed the springs - something that was unforgettable and then the barbecue under the stars was amazing. The food and wine were plentiful and very good - the beef and the empanadas!! I loved this tour and highly recommend

AWESOME EXPERIENCE! Everything’s so well coordinated and the people from the travel agency are so kind. The bbq was delicious, the wine amazing and the whole experience itself. I would recommend to the hot springs service provider to fix a little bit up the bathrooms, the conditions are really really bad. To the jeep on tour crew, ¡awesome job! Service, experience, food, everything!

It was a great experience with beautiful scenery. The hot springs were just the right amount of time to relax and enjoy before heading off to the best BBQ/stargazing ever. We thoroughly enjoyed our time with staff and other guests.