Know as “the Jewel of the Pacific”, Valparaiso has been declared part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list in 2003. The Valparaiso Bay and the surrounding hills make it a unique place to visit.
Get an adrenaline rush while surfing on La Boca beach. Adapted surfs will be provided and a team of professionals will assist you at all times.
– Can I travel by myself?
Yes, you can count with our assistants and trained guides to assist you during your trip and help you with the logistics.
– If I travel with friends and family members, how fit do they have to be?
This activity has a low difficulty rating. It is suitable for any participant, with no specific physical condition required.
This activity has a medium difficulty rating. Participants must be moderately fit, in good physical conditions.
This activity has a high difficulty rating. It can be physically demanding. Participants must be very fit, in great physical condition.
– Do you have any tips?
Take a windproof jacket, sunglasses, and a hat. Use a lot of sunscreen.
If you are a wheelchair user it would great if you can bring a Freedom Wheel for better mobility.
– Where is the meeting point?
We will organize transportation for you from your hotel in Valparaiso and back.
Also, you can meet us at Plaza Soto Mayor (Downtown Valparaiso) or Bus Terminal Rodoviario.
– How can I get there?
There are two primary modes of transportation you can use to get from Santiago to Valparaiso. The 120 kilometers land distance can be covered either by bus (Turbus or Pullman companies from Pajaritos Bus Station) or car. Unfortunately, Valparaiso cannot be accessed by air as there is no airport near Valparaiso.