Excursión con senderismo de un día de 8 km en Cajón del Maipo en los Andes desde Santiago
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Excursión con senderismo de un día de 8 km en Cajón del Maipo en los Andes desde Santiago

Excursión con senderismo de un día de 8 km en Cajón del Maipo en los Andes desde Santiago

1 day
Acerca de esta actividad
Vamos a una zona única cerca de la ciudad de Santiago, llamada Cajón del Maipo. Este es el lugar donde se puede hacer turismo de aventura y disfrutar de la naturaleza y la majestuosa cordillera de los Andes. Saldremos de Santiago hacia San José de Maipo donde, si lo desea, podrá disfrutar de un rico desayuno y beber un café en un lugar tradicional para más tarde, continuar con el viaje. Continuaremos a lo largo del cañón del río Maipo, siguiendo por él durante todo el viaje hasta llegar a la zona de "El Cabrerio", donde nuestro recorrido de senderismo comienza en el corazón de la cordillera de los Andes. A unos kilómetros, antes de llegar, haremos una parada para disfrutar de un paseo de 25 minutos para ver una majestuosa catarata. Durante nuestra caminata, vamos a descubrir un volcán de 5800 metros por encima del nivel del mar, situado a 100 kilómetros de Santiago con un paseo de 3 horas de ida y vuelta. Un viaje al pasado de la creación del continente sudamericano en un lugar tranquilo, con impresionantes paisajes de la increíble cordillera de los Andes y sus glaciares. Durante la caminata, nuestros guías profesionales le darán información acerca de Chile, nuestra naturaleza, problemas ambientales, flora y fauna del lugar, por tanto, podemos transformar esta increíble caminata en una experiencia inolvidable. Vamos a hacer una caminata al valle de La Engorda, donde vamos a disfrutar de la mejor vista panorámica del volcán de San José y la cordillera de los Andes; aquí tendremos un momento para relajarnos, comer un delicioso sándwich, tomar algunas fotografías y conectar con la naturaleza. Comenzaremos nuestra caminata de regreso a la furgoneta, donde vamos a compartir una copa de vino chileno y emprender el camino de vuelta a Santiago, repletos de la energía de las montañas.
Dificultad: media. De 8 a 70 años. Se requiere una buena condición física, para personas sin enfermedades respiratorias como asma, problemas de corazón, obesidad o personas que hayan sufrido una intervención quirúrgica en los últimos seis meses. La altitud máxima es de 2500 metros por encima del nivel del mar. Diferencia en altitud de 600 metros. No se requiere experiencia anterior, se requiere traer ropa cómoda que se adapte para el viento, la, el sol y además un buen calzado de trekking. La excursión podría sufrir cambios debido a las condiciones meteorológicas como la lluvia o la nieve. Temporada: TODO EL AÑO. En invierno, si hay nieve haremos la misma caminata con raquetas de nieve.
Equipo recomendado
Calzado de trekking
Chaqueta cortaviento
Ropa de abrigo
Gafas de sol
Protector solar
Pantalones largos
Mochila pequeña
Sombrero para el sol
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Incluido
  • Agua embotellada
  • Sándwich "gourmet" y aperitivo
  • Copa de vino
  • Guía bilingüe
  • Traslado de ida y vuelta al hotel
  • Seguro
No incluido
  • Propina (opcional)
  • Recogida en una residencia privada
Adicional
  • Recibirá confirmación en el momento de efectuar la reserva
  • Es necesario un número mínimo de participantes. Existe la posibilidad de que se cancele la reserva después de la confirmación si no hay suficientes pasajeros; en el caso de que esto suceda, se le ofrecerá una alternativa o se le devolverá el importe total con 48 horas de antelación.
  • Este recorrido no está recomendado para personas con problemas para andar ni para personas en silla de ruedas debido al terreno desnivelado.
  • No es recomendable para participantes con problemas de corazón u otro tipo de afección médica seria
  • Sujeto a condiciones meteorológicas favorables. Si se cancela debido al mal tiempo, podrá elegir entre otra fecha y la devolución del importe total
  • Existe una opción vegetariana y otros requisitos dietéticos, especifíquelo al hacer la reserva si la prefiere
  • Recomendaciones: protector solar, calzado de trekking, mochila, cámara y chaqueta de abrigo, sombrero para el sol.
  • Al hacer la reserva hay que especificar el número, nombre completo, país fecha de nacimiento de todos los participantes en el momento de la reserva.
Características
Turismo
75% Cultural
60% Deportes
25%
Opiniones
4.5
21
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Shashibhushan B
5 | 2018-11-21

Thanks to Fransisco, Brany abd Diago. It was a wonderful trek in maipo. Hike can be taken up by anyone.

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Felix M
4 | 2018-10-26

Really enjoyed this hike ..it wasn’t that physically demanding..a very relaxing pace .topped off by great weather .excellent guiding by Costanas ?and Roderigus? ..The driver Phillips did a excellent job as well.The tour ending highlighted by a. Gravel pit Wine ,Cheese .snack was magnificent with a superb backdrop..Would recommend to others interested in this level of trekking

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Christopher B
4 | 2018-01-20

This was a good trip. I went on a cloudy January day, which was good walking weather. I was a little worried about how strenuous a hike it would be, having not done much more adventurous than walks in the national parks in Britain. However, it was fine: about 45 minutes each way, and nothing more challenging than the hills back home. Do bring walking boots, sunscreen and a hat, and multiple layers of clothing. I've dropped one star as there was no waterfall visit.

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Jaime T
5 | 2017-12-15

I absolutely loved this trip for several reasons: The view was awesome, the crew was so helpful and knowledgeable, and you will meet other adventurous people on this trip. Our guides provided us with hiking supplies, food, and transportation and they pointed out many of the local landmarks on the way to San Jose. When I went up in early spring, there was still plenty of snow and we saw some of the local wildlife such as birds and lizards. We ended our journey with a nice taste of Chilean culinary favorites. This is a great way to see the natural beauty of Chile!

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Deborah H
4 | 2017-11-26

I booked this trip a while ago as I had a spare day in Santiago. Amazing scenery. We were a group of 10 hikers - 8 Spanish speaking and 2 English. Our guides, Gonzalo and Diego were excellent it was actually Diego's first day, making sure everyone had all the information they needed and also told us about the areas we went to including the geology and wildlife. We had stops on San Juan de Maipo and also at a waterfall before going on to the volcano. They did deserve a tip at the end but they hopped of the minibus before the hotel drops! Our driver, Captain Frank was excellent too, felt very safe. We were supplied with lunch and enough water for the hike with a celebratory glass of wine at the end. It was a great day to end my 2 weeks in Chile. I would have given it 5 stars but I found communication with the company a bit lacking. I gave them the hotel address where I was staying 3 times and was still getting automated messages asking for the address. I eventually sorted out the pick up time through the Spanish speaking group leader from my previous tour, who very kindly phoned for me. I guess if you are fluent in Spanish no problem!

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Elaine V
5 | 2017-04-02

This tour was exactly what I wanted it to be! The tour guide was super informative and knew the answers to all the questions asked, regardless of topic - cultural, botanical, geological, political. He was very friendly and I felt like he really cared about the guests. The hike was moderately difficulty. I would not recommend it for people with very bad knees, or for children under 8.

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Sarah O
4 | 2016-09-12

My review is a little bit of a mixed bag. First the good stuff. Our guides were fantastic! I really couldn't have asked for better. They took great care of us and made sure we were safe and had fun. Lunch was very good. Tasty and filling. The mountain is beautiful. What disappointed me was that none of us were really prepared for the experience. Everyone on the tour thought we were going for a moderate hike on the ground, and we were all dressed for that. We actually drove up the mountain, past the snow line, and went on a rather challenging hike up the mountain in snow shoes. I will say that I enjoyed myself, and I think we were all rather proud of our unexpected accomplishment, but we would have been more comfortable with the weather and the difficulty of the hike if we knew ahead of time what we were going to be doing. Bottom line: Great people, great fun, just check to see what the activity actually entails.

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