With this very special journey, we invite you to discover the heart of Argentina and Chile, travelling from coast to coast, to experience the culture of these two wonderful countries. You will have the opportunity to visit Buenos Aires, the cosmopolitan capital of Argentina, famous for its tango culture and Italian lifestyle, but also the Argentine countryside, where the horse riding gauchos watching the enormous cattle herds seem to belong to another century. The border crossing near Mendoza, the wine capital of the Americas and the view of the Aconcagua, Argentina's highest summit, are truly worth the trip. Santiago de Chile combines a modern life-style with traditions from the Pacific islands. The trip will end with a relaxing day and a dip in the Pacific Ocean at Valparaiso, Chile's main beach resort.
Buenos Aires City Tour: Visit all the main highlights of Argentina's capital city, from La Boca to the obelisk, from the Casa Rosada to Eva Peron's grave, and of course, enjoy an authentic Tango show.
Bridge over the Parana at Rosario: An impressive suspended bridge will greet us just before the city of Rosario, where the Argentinean flag was born.
Santa Fé and Parana: Visit the Pre-Delta National Park 44km south of Paraná. Santa Fé, founded in 1573, is one of Argentina’s oldest settlements and there will be a chance to visit the 17th century historical centre.
Alta Gracia and Córdoba: A day out to the south of Córdoba city to visit Alta Gracia, the UNESCO World Heritage site and home to the historic Jesuit estancia and Che Guevara Museum.
Mendoza: Heart of Argentinean wine production and right at the foot of South America's highest mountain, the Aconcagua (6962 m)
Santiago de Chile: The road through the Andes is very impressive, peaking at 3.200 meters, and dropping down to sea level within 200 km. We will enjoy city tour of Santiago and a traditional Chilean dinner.
Valparaíso: Large sea port and famous for its wooden elevators, painted in bright colors, only means of transportation for a large part of the population to reach the upper parts of the town.
This tour runs from September to May, and is scheduled for 12 days. Day 1 is your arrival day in Buenos Aires, day 12 is your fly-out day from Santiago de Chile. More information can be found on our CALENDAR page. Once your booking is made, we will send you a complete and precise day by day tour schedule.
Navigation aids such as day-by-day paper maps and GPS routes and waypoints will be provided/loaded upon arrival.
And, of course you can CONSULT US for any additional question.
USD 5.500,- per rider for a minimum of 6 riders
USD 3.600,- per passenger, on the motorcycle or in the chase vehicle
USD 1.400,- single room supplement (where available)
The tour price includes:
Bikes: Dual sport motorcycle minimum 600cc (Kawasaki KLR 650 or equivalent) equipped with a top case, high windshield and steel defences, including third party liability insurance and permit for border crossing. The bikes will be delivered with full tanks of fuel at the start of the tour, however all other fuel, including that for the support vehicles will be paid for by the clients.
Support vehicle: A 4x4 vehicle with driver/mechanic and trailer to carry spares, tools, fuel cans, your luggage etc.
Other services: Route planning and reservations, daily maps and itinerary for each participant, multilingual staff to assist with any aspect of the tour, riding guide and the transportation of the motorcycles back to our home base in Bariloche.
Accommodation: the tour includes accommodation on a double room basis in good hotels, hosterías or estancias.
Meals: On the road, a picnic-style snack lunch will be provided including soft drinks. Please note that no alcoholic drinks are included.
The tour price excludes:
Any other tour expenses, including but not limited to, fuel for the bikes and support vehicle, all flights, taxi fares, entrance fees to museums and national parks, other activities and excursion, ferry fares, tips, personal expenses and airport taxes will be paid for by the client. Dinners are not included.
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