There are many solo trip options all around Chile. Here we have narrowed them down to some of our favorites.
- A solo ski trip in the Andes Mountains: Skiing in the Andes is a bucket list experience for anyone who loves chasing powder. On a solo ski trip in Chile, you will join a group of fellow adventure souls and hit the slopes together in Pucon, the country’s adventure capital. Accommodations, transfers, and ski passes will all be included on the trip.
- Solo wine tasting at Colchagua Valley: The Colchagua Valley in Chile has some of the best wines in the world. On a solo wine-tasting experience, get picked up by a private transfer or group minibus and travel between vineyards, wineries, and cellar door tastings, all booked in advance.
- Solo tour in Patagonia: Torres del Paine in Chilean Patagonia is a hiker’s paradise. If you are visiting Chile alone and want to visit Patagonia, you can hire a guide or join other solo travelers for an epic hike. Experience the stunning lakes on the iconic W Trek, see glaciers, and wildlife along the way.
No matter what age you are, there is going to be a Chile solo trip for you. Here are some popular tours based on age groups:
- Luxury solo trips in Chile: If you want to treat yourself, consider a luxury solo travel around Chile. Get an expert guide to take you around the Atacama Desert, enjoy high-end dining experiences in Santiago, or try your hand at surfing with private lessons on the Chilean coast. Luxury solo trips give you the freedom to try once-in-a-lifetime experiences, like a helicopter ride above Torres del Paine or a private wine-country tour.
- Budget solo trips in Chile: Traveling solo around Chile can be pricey, so opt for a solo budget trip. Stay in local homestays and social hostels instead of hotels, take advantage of free city tours in Valparaiso and travel like a local on public transport. The upside of traveling on a budget is that you will get to see and experience the local culture and lifestyle up close.
Chile boasts an incredibly diverse culture and nature, offering visitors a lot to see and experience. Solo travelers should try to take a trip that covers these popular travel themes.
Whether you have a couple of days or a couple of weeks, we have solo trips to Chile to fit any duration.
Should you have custom requirements for designing a perfect solo tour in Chile, you could submit a customized trip request for Chile to our local travel experts.
- Take a street art stroll around Valparaiso. It is a colorful and eclectic city with art, poetry, and culture around every corner.
- Go home with a tasty new skill by having a private empanada cooking class with a local.
- Go on a private wildlife tour with a biologist in Torres del Paine National Park and get up close and personal with the park’s favorite residents.
- Join like-minded solo travelers, especially if you are visiting the more remote parts of Chile. Traveling in a group is safer and having someone to share your experience with is always good.
- Make sure you get the WhatsApp details of your guides, tour leaders, and new friends on Chile solo trips. Sometimes you will go off on your own, so it is always good to stay connected.
- If you have joined a group tour, be punctual. You do not want to keep your touring party waiting—or worse, upsetting the trip schedule—because of your lateness.
- Ask your guide for the best restaurant and food recommendations.