Miralejos Chile Adventure
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An adventure tour operator that provides a quality service to all its clients that has a focus on sustainability. Chile is a fascinating country with a diverse environment; tours give clients an insight into its mountains, forests, sea, and people, guided by professional guides who guarantee an educational, enjoyable, and safe experience through the secrets of Chile.
Sustainability is placed at the top of Miralejos Chile Adventure’s etiquette by donating 1% of their revenue to associated projects, and ensuring their impacts as a company are kept to a minimum by implementing sustainable transport, recycling, and educating its clients on effects of human induced climate change.
The mode of transport varies to suit the landscape; trekking, kayaking, horse riding, and mountain biking are just some methods adopted. Although this may seem physically demanding there is a tour that suits every fitness level.
There are 5 destinations available for an unforgettable experience. Trekking in Torres del Paine is a UNESCO world heritage site and is regarded as one of the best untouched areas on the planet. Pumalin Park in Patagonia is a great place for sea kayaking situated within the largest private park in the world. Many parts of Cochamo Valley are only penetrable via horseback to gallop in the rainforest enclosed by its granite walls. Other destinations include Puelo Valley and Puerto Varas.
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Hiking and TrekkingSan Pedro de Atacama, Atacama
Clear your mind, test your resistance and enjoy direct contact with nature. Hiking or trekking is the best way to visit Chile and get to know its scenic landscapes from a privileged view.
SurfingLibertador General Bernardo O’Higgins, Pichilemu
Do you love that the water splashes your face and your heart accelerates with each new wave? Walk the more than 4,000 kilometers of the Chilean coast and glide through the magnificent tubes that hide this true paradise for surf lovers.
Enjoy in a unique and privileged way the natural environment of Chile. Glide through its more than 1,200 rivers of different flows, or take advantage of the calm of lakes and lagoons to contemplate the wonderful scenarios that arise at the foot of the crystalline waters in southern Chile.
DivingLa Serena, La Serena
Algae forests that dance to the sound of water currents, colorful marine stars and schools of fish coexist in the depths of the Chilean coast. Come and discover the underwater paradise that lies at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean!
Rafting San PedroValdivia, Valdivia
The San Pedro river, close to Valdivia, offers one of the most complex and comprehensive rafting experiences in Chile, with rapids starting off at grade 2 and then presenting more challenging obstacles in the grade 3 and 4 range, such as La Sirenita, La Turn of the Clock and El Toro.
Rafting ClaroMaule, Curico
Located in the Seven Cups National Reserve in the Maule region, it is renowned for its waterfalls and beautiful natural surroundings, trees that are unique in the world and a privileged view of the Andes Range.
Snowboarding VolcanoesLos Lagos, Villarica
Pucon is a small southern town with wild bars and one of the most famous active volcanos known to the snowboard universe. Arriving into this village you’ll be blown away with the Villarrica volcano that will dominate practically every vista from town… that is when the sun is out.
Do you love crossings marked by contact with nature? Then venture to travel Chile on two wheels! Its varied geography, rich diversity of landscapes, routes and heights, make it an ideal challenge for beginner and experienced cyclists.
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Rafting BakerAysén del General Carlos Ibañez del Campo, Aysén
One of the marvels of the region of Aisen and one of the few rivers on the planet that has not suffered any intervention by man. Hidden between Chile’s Northern and Southern Ice Fields, near Laguna San Rafael, it offers spectacular conditions for practicing rafting.