We invite you to visit Sewell on a complete tour to see the mining camp that has more than 100 years of history.

  • Departure: 08:30
  • Duration: 11 hours
  • Includes: Lunch
  • Pickup / Dropoff: From Parque Araucano or Plaza Baquedano

What you will visit:

  • 1 Rancagua
  • 2 Sewell
From Santiago
08:30 hours on Rosario Norte Street, in front of Bicicletas de Parque Arauco  parking. (Between Ave. Presidente Kennedy and Cerro Colorado).
08:45 hours in the sector Plaza Baquedano, General Bustamante Street, on the side of the Movistar Building.
From Rancagua:
10:30 hours in the Jumbo of Rancagua by Copper Road.
Road to Sewell
10:30 am: We will continue the trip to Sewell along the Copper Highway Presidente Eduardo Frei Montalba, passing through Control Maitenes. It is followed by a splendid mountain road, with a panoramic view of the different facilities and plants of El Teniente Mineral. (Concentrator, Railway Terminal of High Colon and Foundry of Caletones).
12:00 p.m. Arrival at Sewell Mining Camp. With a panoramic view, there is a historical talk about the camp and its special architecture of Cabins, buildings for the head office, employees, workers, Long Scale, Staff House, theater, social clubs, external view of the mineral, Cerro Negro And the Church.
Entrance to the Museum of the La Gran Mineria del Cobre
15:00 Departure from Sewell to Fuente Millan.
16:30 Lunch at Fuente Millan.
6:30 p.m. Arrival to Rancagua
20:00 Arrival at the same point of departure to Santiago.
  • Cultural
    Very high
  • Bus transportation.
  • Lunch at Fuente Millan Restaurant: Appetizer, main course, drink, salad to share, dessert, coffee.
  • Professional Driver authorized to drive by Copper Road.
  • GPS monitoring system.
  • Insurance against accidents.
  • Tourist guide in Spanish or bilingual (English).
  • Entrance to the Museum La Gran Mineria del Cobre.
NOT Included
  • Insurance
  • Everything that was not mentioned in the itinerary.


Comfortable shoes, jockey, sunglasses, sun block, water and comfortable clothing.

The ages for this tour are from 7 to 75 years previously described by CODELCO