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by twvaughan

Industrial port. Not for the tourist. We did take a tour on Valparaiso and continue on to Santiago via a ship excursion/transfer. Lunch was provided and very good.

Visited: Mar 04, 2018

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by SuzieRu

We never docked. Chile closed the port and after 2 days of circling around in sight of San Antonio and negotiations between government officials still denied entry. We had already planned on staying on ship for back to back cruise to San Diego. This cruise was canceled on 3/14 and created chaos for us. We were told we were to get off the ship in less than 24 hours and had to find a flight home. Then the ship was denied entry. All the people who were to get off were stuck on the ship. Those who were to get on the ship were stuck in Chile.

Visited: Mar 01, 2020

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by sailinsue12

We flew in the day before and spent the night in a waterfront hotel. Lots of deals, pelicans and other creatures along the coast. Otherwise, we didn’t see much to do there.

Visited: Dec 21, 2019

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by 4ccb

One of our favorite tours - Chilean wine tasting and winery visit with drop off at the airport. Visited two wineries which were excellent, with nice tours and tastings. The lunch at the second winery was excellent and very enjoyable.

Visited: Dec 21, 2019

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