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Cooking Class in Santiago de Chile

Cooking Class in Santiago de Chile

By Signature Tours
per adult
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Ages 0-99
Duration: 3h
Start time: Check availability
Mobile ticket
Portuguese, English, Spanish

  • Hosts Patricio and Jennifer, the owners and chefs.
  • Cooking Class: introduction, recipes and apons
  • Appetizer and cocktail preparation to enjoy while cooking
  • 3 steps menu (starter-main course-dessert) and 2 wines of boutique vineyards and Grand Reserve Range
What's not included
  • Transfer from Cooking Workshop to hotel (available on request)
  • Gratuities (optional)

Departure details
  • Motemei cocina taller, Las Hualtatas 8061, 7650412 Vitacura, Región Metropolitana, Chile Presentation time @ Motemei Cocina Taller to be confirmed at the time of booking.
Return details
  • Returns to original departure point

  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 118895P2

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

  • All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

I am a vegetarian / I have allergies / I am gluten or lacto free.
Just let us know any dietary requirements in the 'Special Requirements' box in the Traveler Details section during checkout. Or you can let us know after booking by visiting 'Manage my Booking' and emailing us there.

If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 118895P2

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Signature Tours
Santiago, Chile
Joined in January 2019

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  • subasnandy
    An incredible visit to Torres Del Paine National Park
    This tour as organized by Signature Tours is very well planned and well executed. On the first day, we were met by our English-speaking guide outside Punta Arenas airport who drove us to the bus station. We took the bus to Puerto Natales operated by Bus Fernandez. Again another person met us at the bus station in Puerto Natales and drove us to the hotel. The hotel was located right on the front of the fjord with a view to the mountains. Next morning we visited the Torres del Paine National Park with our English-speaking guide. We were mesmerized by the heavenly beauty of these mountains. Later we visited the Falls inside the park and Cave De Milodon. Next morning we rode a catamaran to visit Serrano glacier. As we rode on the fjord we were surrounded by snow-capped mountains on all sides. We stopped by close to a rocky ledge, where we saw sea lions frolicking . Finally, we walked to the base of this glacier - which was a decent hike of about a mile each way. Back from the trek, we were served scotch on the rock with ice from the glacier! Later, in the afternoon we had a delicious lamb barbecue lunch at a lodge in one of the islands in the fjord. On the next morning, we were driven to the bus stop to catch the first bus to Punta Arenas airport. We reached there in ample time to catch our flight back to Santiago. Overall, we really enjoyed this trip very much and will not hesitate to recommend this trip to any one who wants to visit Torres Del Paine National Park but is not knowledgeable in Spanish language.
  • timsA870WS
    Puerto Natles is a nice little town on the Patagonian frontier near border crossings with Argentina. It is nice for an afternoon and dinner but not much to do. This is a good place to stay if going to Torres del Paine Nat'l Park as it is only a 3-hour drive to the park. Torres del Paine is absolutely fantastic. The park is laid out perfectly, do not try to outsmart the set up. It is complicated to plan a trip for Torres but relax and things will work out. Pristine, beautiful and a once in a lifetime opportunity to see Patagonia and the Andes. We hiked the "W" and loved it.
  • bigfin2016
    Waste of a day
    Did this trip in February. To sum it up it consists of 11 hours in a minivan to visit three churches in Chiloe, none of them is interesting unless you are an academic interested in the technical details of wooden church building in the mid 19th century. However good the guides are (and our guide was excellent) this piece of Chile is not worth visiting. The drive to Castro in Chiloe island comprises a 70km motorway run to a ferry and then more than two hours driving along a scruffy, semi industrialised road with no redeeming features to Castro. On arrival the only logical question is "why bother". There are so many beautiful places in Chile I would suggest that people give this excursion a swerve and prevent the total waste of a day of their lives.
  • Sheri621
    A great day visiting Chiloe
    We had a wonderful time with our guide, and driver. We learned a lot about the area, had a nice lunch at a local market and saw the Palafitos and beautiful churches.
  • mariebQ4402SL
    Not the tour I purchased
    When I arrived in Santiago, I contacted the local tour operator because I was unable to do the tour on the day it was planned. I asked if it could be taken at a different time and they were able to accommodate. They were very nice but I believe I ended up with the basic tour. We were 6 in the van for the transfer but the small-group tour of the winery was with 22 other people. We did not get the cheese or the premium wine. We only got 3 tastings of "ordinary" wine. Our driver's english was quite basic but the guide at Concha y Toro was excellent. It was still a nice afternoon but not what I was expecting and, as I did not have the details of my purchased tour with me, I was unable to ask for anything more.
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    Claudia L
    Beautiful nature
    It is so beautiful and so different at the same time. Obviously it has a lot of ice, 2km high! The most big drink water reservation on earth. And it does not have trees. The animals are lovely. You feel like in a documentary.
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    We organized
    This tour was well organized, Ms.Marilda Villatoro was excellent and coordinated from day one, greatly appreciated! Transportation, transfer, tours and etc. all well prepared. Compared with 13-day Patagonia trip arranged by Say Haquye of Argentina agent, Chile tour agent is much much better. Chose this tour and if you want to go to Argentina side of Patagonia, it’s very easy to go from Chile side. The only things that we were upset, dine in San Pedro, Punta Arenas and Punta Natales were very painful. The cost of meal were about the price to pay in Los Angeles or New York. No kidding at all. The tourism industry seemed to ripped off visitor or foreigner, its way too ridiculous.
  • Jaded07
    Great 1/2 day tour
    I arrived this day and to start the trip off, I booked this small group 1/2 day tour to Conha Y Toro. Turns out it was a very small group & I was able to take the ride to the winery on my own. Marco was my driver and an excellent guide. I learned so much about this beautiful country and he had so much enthusiasm. Upon arrival at the winery, I joined another small group of only 2, for the actual tour and tasting. The guide here was also fantastic (Claudio). It was a beautiful day and the grounds were stunning. The tastings were also nice. Met up with Marco again for the ride back. Traffic is quite bad in Santiago but I saw a lot and Marco was a great guide on the return as well. I highly recommend this tour.
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