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Upscape
Website:
upscapetravel.com/
Contact Number:
From Chile +562 2244-2750
From U.S. 802-904-6798
Fax +562 2244-2749
Address:
Dr. Barros Borgoño 198
Santiago
Chile
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Upscape

Upscape

Extraordinary experiences in South America from wine valleys to ski country and northern deserts to Patagonia
Their Tours

Bikes, Wine, and Patagonia

8 Days Moderate-Advanced
Experience the beauty of Chile’s lush wine country and pure Patagonia during this custom-designed bike adventure, where you’ll pedal far from traditional tourist routes over country roads, through forests, and along rows of vineyards laden with grapes.
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Colchagua Valley

1 Days
The Colchagua Valley is highly celebrated for its ripe and juicy red wines. Your biking journey will lead you to some of the region’s top wineries, making for a day filled with breathtaking scenery, great food and, of course, excellent wine.
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Casablanca Valley

1 Days Easy-Moderate
Chile’s move toward cool-climate viticulture began 25 years ago when innovative winemakers dared to suggest planting in the pre-coastal Casablanca region. The valley is now world-famous for its technology and commitment to terroir, producing some of Chile’s best white wines and cool-climate reds ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Lakes, Volcanoes, and the Carretera Austral

6 Days
An unforgettable experience to discover true Patagonia: its rich culture and generous people, a warm fire on a rainy day, and hospitality served from a wood stove. Landscapes of unequalled beauty – including fjords, volcanoes, turquoise lakes, native forests, and diaphanous skies – envelop each ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Bikes, Wine & the Sea

2 Days
Chile’s move toward cool-climate viticulture began 25 years ago when innovative winemakers dared to suggest planting in the pre-coastal Casablanca region. The valley is now world-famous for its technology and commitment to terroir, producing some of Chile’s best white wines and cool-climate reds ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

The Best of Chile’s Coastal Wine Regions

2 Days
Chile’s move toward cool-climate viticulture began 25 years ago when innovative winemakers dared to suggest planting near the Pacific Coast in the Casablanca and San Antonio Valleys. These valleys are now world-famous for their technology and commitment to terroir, producing some of Chile’s best ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

The Best Of Chile’s Central Valley

7 Days
Winery tours and tastings of excellent vintages complement breathtaking scenery along the Pacific Coast and the contemporary flair of Santiago. Each activity is accompanied, as always, by warm South American hospitality, high-class accommodations, and the best of Chile’s outstanding gastronomy.
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

King of Chilean Red Wines

3 Days
The southern extreme of the large Rapel Valley is best known as the Colchagua Valley, a zone that has traditionally been highly celebrated for its ripe and juicy red wines.
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Chilean Bike & Wine Adventure

10 Days
With the Andes Mountains as a backdrop, one of South America’s undeniable attractions is its spectacular landscape, which produces some of the world’s best wines. Pedal at your own pace down country back roads, past farms and rolling hills and even take a spin through rows of vines. You will ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Single Track Secrets of Santiago

1 Days Easy-Moderate
Surrounded by mountains, Santiago is an off-road cyclist’s paradise with miles of exhilarating single track for every skill level.
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Backroads of San Antonio Valley

3 Days
Chile’s most coastal wine region, the San Antonio Valley is a relatively new appellation, but one that is increasingly capturing international attention for the quality of its aromatic white wines (Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Gris, Riesling, and Gewürztraminer) and spicy reds (Pinot ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

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