We are a group of professionals specialized in the development and enjoyment of outdoor activities, using the planet as our learning environment. We are focused on the responsible development of geological tourism, citizen science projects, geoconservation, and expedition logistics. We seek to raise awareness about the processes that occur in nature through unique experiences and by working together with local outfitters. By choosing Geoturismo Chile you help to build a better and more sustainable future for the people living in the communities where we work.
Water is an essential element for humans and all other life. Along its journey, water acquires a unique footprint by interacting with rocks, animals and plants. Why do our rivers flow west? How are waterfalls formed? Where does the water we drink come from?
Volcanoes are custodian inhabitants and sculptors of our territories. This is a journey from the depths of the Earth to the boiling thermal waters, created by the internal activity of our planet.
A three-hour walk (round trip) to Laguna Los Patos will begin with a trip to the seabed that covered the Andes area millions of years ago. What must have happened there to find fossils more than 2,000 meters above sea level?
The Maipo valley is characterized by mountains sculpted by rivers and glaciers, who have done this painstaking work for millions of years. Go rafting with us, learn about the footprints left behind by the waters, and feel the force of the imposing Maipo River.
This private tour of the main natural attractions of the valley will connect you with the essence of the Andes, an afternoon of relaxation and a gourmet lunch at the Spa & Lodge El Morado with privileged views that will make your trip an unforgettable experience.
We delve into the depths of history and land through the different mining pits where the ancient inhabitants of the area used to extract minerals. A walk that takes us on a journey into the past full of history, adventure and surprises that only a place like Maipo valley can give us.
Feel the intensity of sensations and colors during two days of walking in the Andes Mountains. On the first day, we will hike to Los Patos Lagoon, ending with a beautiful sunset at the Plomo hot springs. The second day will take us on a hike to the Argentinean border, historically known as Paso Piuquenes, a place full of culture, history and beautiful geological formations.
Geoparks are more than just some geology and incredible scenery; they are living territories, where different actors in the region work together to build a more sustainable future.
We develop studies and consultancies in the area of earth sciences. We carry out characterization and quantification projects of geological heritage and develop geotouristic products under open standards methodologies for conservation. In addition, we carry out environmental management consultancies, cartographic surveys, environmental geology studies and geological characterization.
We create opportunities to reveal new geological knowledge related to conservation and geotourism. We carry out trainings, talks, field trips and workshops aimed at professionals in the area of tourism, schools, universities, companies, and people in general with an interest in earth sciences.