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clock-o9 horas (aprox.)
TransportRecogida en el hotel incluida
ticket-oEntrada para dispositivos móviles
commentIdiomas disponibles: Español y 2 más

Descripción general

Esta excursión le llevará a lo más alto de la cordillera de los Andes por la carretera internacional a Argentina. La ruta le ofrece una vista de postal de las montañas más imponentes y hermosas, incluyendo una de los más hermosas lagunas de la cordillera de los Andes. La laguna tiene un intenso color verde esmeralda y una transparencia que refleja la amplitud de las montañas circundantes. Narra la triste historia de una hermosa princesa inca que, cuando murió, su esposo depositó el cuerpo de su amada en la cama de la laguna, haciendo que el color de las aguas cambiara a verde esmeralda, como los ojos de la princesa.


Opiniones del viajero en Viator

11 opiniones
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, ago 2018

All experience was good but have the wine tasting at 11am was not in my plans at all, wine tasting should be after the visit to the lagoon. Also, for the price of the tour plus having to pay for the lunch at the ski resort restaurant is too much money for the actual experience.

, abr 2018

It was a great time. Lunch at Portillo hotel was excellent. San Esteban vineyard was fun and the wines were great. The guide was great.

, mar 2018

We enjoyed our tour very much...the winery, the Inca Lagoon and learning more about Chile from a Geo-cultural informative and enjoyable day was had by All!

, feb 2018

Excellent tour and highly recommend Chris our tour guide who is well informed, friendly and took good care of us :

, feb 2018

We had a great day with Christian. He was more than accommodating to us for pictures and sightseeing. Even found us an unscheduled restroom break. The tour of the winery when it was cooler in the morning was perfect. The road trip up to the Lagoon was picturesque and unforgettable. I would highly recommend this tour.

, ene 2018

This tour is what they describe, no more no less ... visit a vineyard, go to the lagoon at the andes mountains beautiful view where you have lunch. The tour guide is basically just a drive that gets you from point A to point B ... this tour is ok if you want to get out of Santiago for the day, but it's a lot of time sitting in the car.

, dic 2017

This was the end of a holiday cruise through the Panama Canal, visiting Ecuador, Peru and Chile.
Having travelled so far from the UK nothing less than a trip into the Andes was appropriate.
The San Esteban Vineyard in the foothills of the Andes was an extensive area of grape cultivation producing several high quality wines where a guided tour was informative and wine tasting delightful.
The Portillo Inca Lagoon provided us with an amazing insight to this mountain range and at 3000m the sun was still warm.
Some more adventurous members of the party swam in the near freezing lake!
The ski resort hotel provided us with an excellent lunch not included in the tour.
An adventure enjoyed by a group of 12 people, 4 from the cruise ship and 8 individuals who were 'travelling the world' some of whom were students and others running their business's via the 'net'.
Stamps tours provided a full day 11 hours of travel on this trip with Waldo, our driver and Hector our guide.
Thank you Stamps.

, jun 2017

As an avid traveler, I've been on my fair share of tours around the world, but none of them have compared to our amazing excursion to the Portillo Lagoon and the San Esteban Vineyard. Asides from enjoying the breathtaking views of snow capped mountains, Chile's natural wonders and the man made wonders, we learned everything about the wine making process on our vineyard tour. Our experience was made even better by our tour guide, Julio. He was very engaging, accommodating and had the most hilarious sense of humor. In addition to having a wonderful personality, Julio was very informative. Throughout our trip, he made a point of sharing his infinite wisdom about Chile's history, culture and the people with us. I would highly recommend this tour to everyone and would also recommend that you ask for Julio, as your guide.

, ago 2016

Our guide/driver was Emmanuel of Stamp's Tour - he was perfect for the job as he loves to talk/banter and provide information! He made the long round trip drive from Santiago up to the San Esteban Vineyard and Portillo Inca Lagoon fun. We had an unexpected treat at the vineyard - we were given a choice of a tour of the wine-making or a trek up the hill to see the petroglyphs by native inhabitants hundreds of years ago. We chose the trek to see the petroglyphs in keeping with the theme of our trip as we just came from Macchu Picchu and Easter Island. It was an excellent choice for us. And the wines we tasted after the trek were divine, especially the In Situ Chardonnay Reserve. They export to the U.S.A. under private labels so we decided not to buy from there as it will be difficult to bring in wine bottles and we were not sure if there will be customs duties. The Portillo Inca lagoon was picturesque with the snowy mountains in the background. I gave a 4-star instead of a 5-star review only because we couldn't get near the lagoon and the lunch at the hotel wasn't that great. With the long drive, I expected to be able to actually get near the lagoon and maybe picnic nearby. I guess if we did the tour in the summer we may have been able to do that. All in all, the tour went well with the cool but sunny and clear weather and we were glad to get away from cloudy Santiago.

, ago 2016

The trip was extremely expensive for what was provided. The guide was checking her phone for directions whilst driving me which from a safety perspective was very poor, and had to break quite quickly a couple if times.
The tour mentions visiting the inca ruins near the vineyard, though the ruins were mentioned by the winery guide, when we left and I mentioned the ruins to our guide, her response was to point to the hill where they were, and when I asked if we could see them, it's too hot. Given our guide knew we had just come from Peru and I asked if we could go it was disappointing that we didn't, additionally she advised that our winery guide should have taken us on bikes, this would have been extra though. This wasn't mentioned at anytime, nor did our guide follow up to ask if we wanted to go see them as well.
The tour mentions being able to see the inca rail tunnels and tracks, eventually you 'see' them from afar, which isn't really 'seeing' them .. The tour should mention you drive past the tunnels and don't stop for pictures. Finally the Portillo inca lagoon, though extremely beautiful, we could not head down to stand by the lake because it was ski season, there was no mention of being prohibited from standing by the lake due to such restrictions, the lagoon though beautiful was literally a lake to take pictures for 2 hours, no ability to walk around the resort due to ski season, the lunch in the hotel was extremely expensive and should have been included in the trip especially given we spent 6 hours in a car , which was the majority of the trip. There was no mention of this amount if time sat in a car, finally we felt the trip to the lagoon was more of a catch up for the guide and her friends rather than interested in entertaining us around the lake area.
In all I will be recommending my friends who travel in two weeks to hire a car and do this themselves, which is what we found out a couple did today for half the price.we would hope for some back

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