If you are looking for a relaxing and memorable vacation in Chile, look no further than Casa Ishi. This charming property is located in the Maipo Valley, one of the most prestigious wine regions in the country, and offers stunning views of the Andes mountains. Casa Ishi is more than just a place to stay, it is a destination in itself.
Casa Ishi features a spacious 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom guesthouse, and a cozy guest loft with its own bathroom and kitchen. The two accommodations can be rented separately or together, making it ideal for families or groups of friends. The expansive 2.5-acre property is surrounded by lush greenery and a fruit garden where you can enjoy the shade and freshness of the Mediterranean climate. Casa Ishi is also fully secure, with a gated entrance and fiber optic lines throughout the property.
Chile is a country of contrasts, where you can find a diversity of landscapes and experiences. From the arid deserts of the north to the icy glaciers of the south, from the cosmopolitan city of Santiago to the remote islands of Chiloé, there is something for everyone. Casa Ishi is the perfect base for exploring the wonders of Chile, as it is conveniently located less than an hour from the Santiago de Chile international airport, and close to many attractions and activities.
From Casa Ishi, you can visit some of the world-class wineries in the Maipo Valley, or venture to other wine regions such as Casablanca, Leyda and Cachapoal. You can also enjoy the beauty of the Andes, with its many outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, skiing, rafting and horseback riding. You can sample the delicious local cuisine, from organic farms to fine dining restaurants. And if you want to experience the culture and history of Chile, you can easily access the museums, markets, and monuments of Santiago.
Come and enjoy the tranquility and beauty of Casa Ishi and make your Chilean vacation unforgettable!
Only 40 minutes from Santiago, this year-round tourist destination is known for its picturesque scenery, multiple renowned vineyards, and flora and fauna. Pirque is one of the most beautiful places in the Santiago Metropolitan Region.
The “Haciendas” (or farms), which form part of the town of Pirque, go back to the times immediately after the Spanish conquest. At first, the lands were used for raising cattle and farming. Later, after the construction of "La Sirena" canal in 1834 – ordered by Ramón Subercaseaux – Pirque’s surroundings began to change. His son-in-law, Melchor de Concha y Toro, married to Emiliana Subercaseaux, brought the wine industry to Pirque from the Bordeaux region of France.
Pirque has kept its beauty intact with “little” impact from urban development, thanks to strict regulations limiting growth. The town’s fertile lands, ideal for wineries such as "Concha y Toro", "El Principal", and "Haras de Pirque", among others. Pirque has thousands of square kilometers of hills, rivers, natural parks, mountains, and a diversity of attractive flora and fauna. It is called an island because the “Maipo” river surrounds it. Another river is the “Río Clarillo”, a natural reserve with many other beautiful sites.