Join now

Sewell, We Are Going to the Mountain With History

Hosted by the Consul of the Santiago de Chile Trekking Group
Starts in 2 weeks
Sat 03 Aug 07:30 - 18:30

Ready to Join?

SEWELL Tour from Santiago

The origins of Sewell date back to Protected content , when the Government of Chile authorized the North American William Braden to exploit the El Teniente copper mine. In a remarkable business epic, Braden built roads, a concentrator plant, camps and a train that linked this place with Rancagua.
Camp Sewell is located 60 km east of the city of Rancagua, in the O'Higgins Region. It is located in the heart of the Andes Mountains, on Cerro Negro, at an altitude of 2,200 meters above sea level.

As this is an advance payment activity, it will be very necessary to make the timely payment of $44.000.- by July 25 to confirm it with the Sewell Foundation.

If you are really interested in participating, send me an internal message to give you the bank details.

Tour Includes
• Transfer from Santiago shared Bus.
• Guided tour of Camp Sewell. (Duration approx. 4 hours on site).
• Entry to emblematic buildings and spaces such as; Palitroque, Church, Homes, Theater.
• Tickets to the Museum of the Great Copper Mining and replica of the underground mine.
• Souvenir Shop Service.
• Travel insurance.

Allowed ages from 7 to 70 years.
Lunch is optional and with additional value to the tour value ($12,000.- Salad, Soup, Main Course, Dessert and Juice) It consists of a linear lunch at the Sewell industrial casino.
Comfortable clothing appropriate for mountain climate, low and closed shoes, and sun protection are suggested.