Puerto Saavedra, Chile.
Categories: Museums & Culture - Tours - City & Sightseeing
$ 63 USD
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Walk through the historical and touristic sites that the 1960 earthquake left behind
Explore the site where the Mapuches made a sacrifice to calm the waters
Typical Mapuche lunch is possible, along with viewing and buying their handicrafts
Location: Puerto Saavedra
Language: English, Spanish, German
Operates: Monday - Sunday
Departs: 12:00 PM
Duration: 5 hours
Tour Code: 10464
Our guide will take us to explore Puerto Saavedra, in a journey through the historical sites of the earthquake of 1960, one of the strongest earthquakes in history. A cataclysm that lasted more than 10 minutes and that was followed by a tsunami that changed the landscape of the place forever.
Walk through Puerto Saavedra on a trip through the tourist and historical sites that were left behind by the worst earthquake and tsunami in Chile's history. Go through the rural sector until reaching Puente Budi (Pu Budi sector), which will allow us to go inside Huapi Islan. Through this road, we will reach Cerro la Mesa, a place where, for the 1960 earthquake, the Mapuches sacrificed a kid in order to calm the waters. We will continue this journey visiting different Mapuche initiatives, among them the Millaray gastronomical center, where a typical lunch is possible, as well as buying crafts.
We will go through Puaucho where, in 1849, the Joven Daniel steam sunk, and later on will go to Puerto Dominguez, a town that is born as a colonization industry. On our return to Puerto Saavedra, we will be able to see the ruins of the Duhalde colonial family's houses.
Join us on a journey through the stories of a place, rebuilt by the hand of its inhabitants.
Per Adult: $ 63 USD
What To Bring
Comfortable wear, windbreaker, camera
Guide, transportation, mapuche typical lunch
Meeting point: 1019 Ejercito Avenue, Puerto Saavedra
Return Details: Tour return to the original meeting point