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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 98%Family Travelers
- 98%Adventure Travelers
Member Reviews (2)
- Andes WindDec 30, 2013
BREATHTAKING.....If you don't take this trip your missing out
We came all the way from Canada to see Santiago an Easter Island and stayed at the Loreto Hotel in Santiago
We saw this pamphlet about this trip at thehotel...LUCKY WE DID......
Simply amazing. A 2 hour drive on roads with 29 switchbacks on the road at one point just to get there.
We just read that a 9 year old boy reached the top of this highest mountain besides the Himalayas
Christian was tremendous. He showed us the Inca hot springs on the way and looked after crossing the border into Argentina
The ACONCAGUA was amazing to see. Numerous people climb to the summit each year.
We saw condors flying within 100 metres , we saw pack mules carrying equipment for the hikers, rabbits, mountains everywhere.
My son is a geologist an he was amazed by it all. Fossils at 3500 metres above sea level..........these fossils were at one time in the ocean
Christian brought lunch for us an drinks that was great and he spent 13 hours with us.
DONT THINK ABOUT THIS TRIP >>>DO IT
ps Christian I hope you remember Harry an Chris Van Hees. The apple man at the border hahaha
- Andes WindMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3First to ReviewSep 17, 2013
I've taken literally hundreds of guided tours all over the world and this one stands out.
Christian who owns and operates Andes Wind is really one of the best. He takes pride in offering a full service and knowledge of Santiago and the surrounding area. We used his services for a day trip to Mt. Aconcagua and were blown away by his professionalism and friendliness. The booking process is a breeze and he is well known by just about every hotel in the city.
You can reach Andes Wind by calling 458-7411-09-7107959 or visit his website www.andeswind.cl