Pablo Neruda is a Nobel Prize winning poet with a personal history that is just as interesting. Along with his immortal poetry, his legacy includes three unique properties which house his extensive private collections of various knick knacks. His Isla Negra home contains a treasure trove of some 3,500 objects including masks, insects, shells, letters and photographs. Neruda passed away in 1973 and Isla Negra is his final resting place.

You can choose to visit Isla Negra on its own or you can combine it with the picturesque fishing bay of Quintay, which has a museum dedicated to its whaling past. Or you can spend the afternoon in the tiny village of Pomaire, famous for its giant empanadas and traditional pottery artisans. The final option stops at a winery for a tour and premium tasting.


  • Isla Negra: CLP$79,000 per person*
  • With Quintay: CLP$85,000 per person*
  • With Pomaire: CLP$85,000 per person*
  • With Winery: CLP$99,000 per person*
    *minimum of two passengers

Includes: All entries, bottle of water.
Excludes: Lunch or optional gratuities.

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