Neruda, Isla Negra and its surroundings

Culture and history of the Poet`s coast

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114 kilometers away from Santiago is the main house and current-day museum of the poet Pablo Neruda. He lived Here the last years of his life where he asked to be buried next to his last wife Matilde. Isla Negra still stands out as a quiet town surrounded by beaches with beautiful views, where it seems time has stopped.  

 

Isla Negra is part of the coastline called “Poets”, where the main port of Chile, San Antonio, stands. This tour will visit this port. Then, we will observe birdlife in the pre-historic Laguna El Peral. We will have lunch at Isla Negra and visit the Neruda museum. Then we will go to Cantalao, a real estate project promoted by Neruda and which is currently an ecological park.

 

Finally, we will visit the historic town of Totoral, which is known for its ancient church and handicrafts.

 

Duration

One day. Easy Level

 

Requirements

Sunscreen. Walking shoes

 

Include

-Bilingual Guide

-Entrance to Neruda Museaum

-Transport

 

Not Include

Lunch

CLP 54.000

US$ 84

1
day

*Price with a minimum of 6 people on Tour

Consult by less people on Private Tours

Itinerary: 09:00 - 18:30 hrs.

 

- Pick up at the hotel

- Port of San Antonio

- Lagoon El Peral

- Lunch at Isla Negra

- Museum of Pablo Neruda at Isla Negra

- Cantalao, ecological park.

- Historical village El Totoral

- Back to the hotel