Following the hygiene and safety protocols delivered by the National Tourism Service (Sernatur) for the gradual reopening of tourist activity, the self-guided trail of the Paidahuén Archaeological Park has been open to visitors again since September 22nd.
This archaeological monument, of great regional relevance, is an ideal panorama to enjoy a walk in the open air and observe the more than 500 petroglyphs that are concentrated on the top of this ancestral hill.
Viña San Esteban has defined two schedules for entering the Park during the week (10:00 – 15:30) and one on the weekend (10:00), with a reduced quota of visitors. Reservations and payment of entrances must be made online, through our page (section VISITS), with 24 hours of anticipation.
Along with this activity, In Situ already has available some other outdoor activities such as bike rental and picnic service, also through its online booking system. For more information, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.