Get ready to embark on an exhilarating bicycle tour in Argentina’s breathtaking landscapes, where every pedal stroke will lead you to new discoveries. Cycle through the picturesque vineyards of Mendoza, the stunning landscapes of the Lake District, and the winding roads of the Andes. Explore the fascinating Gaucho culture on the vast Pampas and the vibrant streets of Buenos Aires from the saddle of your bike. Or immerse yourself in the natural wonders of Patagonia and the cultural heritage of Salta, where colonial architecture and indigenous traditions intertwine. Our bicycle tours in Argentina promise an unforgettable fusion of adventure, culture, and natural beauty that will leave you yearning for more.
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“We were a little anxious about getting through all of the requirements that Chile had for getting into the country and were worried that we may not make it through the "mini-quarantine" in order to start the trip on time. Fortunately, everything worked out and we couldn't have been happier even with the initial hoops to jump through. Patagonia is simply a beautiful and magnificent place. The W-trek in the Torres del Paine park was incredible, from the climb up to the namesake towers on the first day through the walk up to glacier on the last day in the park. In between we were able to see and hear avalanches in the mountains and listen to young puma cries in the low lands. We were blessed with great weather the entire week, which we were told is very rare, and had clear views of the mountains every day. Many of the nuances would have been missed were it not for our excellent guides Alvaro and Christian. They were a wealth of information on the history of the people and land in southern Patagonia as well as the geology and plant and wildlife in the park. It was great hiking with them and they made sure that everyone got the most out of the trek. Alvaro continued with us to the more northern lake district around Puerto Varas. There the pace was a little more leisurely. The area was so different with volcanos surrounded by beautiful forests, lakes and fjords. We had three nights in the beautiful Petrohue Lodge on the Todos los Santos lake and from there hiked up the base of the Osorno Volcano and kayaked with additional guiding from Richard and Franz. Finally, we were very appreciative of all the help we had from Alvaro and Richard to ensure that the group had all of the required COVID testing on time for departure from Chile and in assisting at the airport as travel requirements were constantly changing.”
5 - Excellent
“Visiting southern Patagonia had always been a lifelong dream. Alvaro and Cristian helped me get so much more out of the W-trek than I could ever get from following a guidebook. Their warmth - and humor - put me at ease right away. When appropriate, I could go at my own pace - which is something that I need on occasion. With them handling everything, all I had to do was enjoy the hike. The W-trek alone would have made this among the best trips - if not the best - I've ever taken. But it wasn't over. I have to admit, I originally short-sold northern Patagonia. I loved the lakes district. As I said in the title, I feel that my eyes have been opened to an unexpected gem. I am so glad that I took Chilean Condor. After the hike up the Orsono volcano with Franz, I knew that I was truly on the best trip I've ever been on. The biking and kayaking were the icing on the cake. Speaking of which... I enjoyed my 'bakery tour' through Puerto Varas. (Don't worry, I'm pretty sure I burned off enough calories on the W-trek.) On top of that, the dining - well everywhere - but particularly in the lakes district - was excellent. I knew Chile was known for its wines, but the beer I had in the lakes district was outstanding. I'm so glad that I went to northern Patagonia. ALL of this, while Covid and its attendant chaos raged around us. I feel I was shielded from what must have been a huge hassle. Finally, I want to single out something minor, but I think is indicative: On the way to lunch after our bike trip, I and a few members of the group needed a bathroom break. We could have 'soldiered on', but accommodating us kept everyone comfortable. Gestures like this are appreciated. In conclusion, I want to thank Cristian, Richard and most of all Alvaro. This trip wouldn't have been what I wanted - and needed - without you. I hope to make it back to Chile and look forward to traveling with the tour operator in the future.”
5 - Excellent
“This 14 day trip to southern Chile was amazing and provided a multitude of experiences. We were able to enjoy hiking, kayaking, swimming, biking and general site-seeing. We had opportunities to relax and enjoy the scenery, be filled with interesting facts from the outstanding guides and ventures into the land to get a full experience of the places visited. This was both a memorable and inspirational trip that I highly recommend for anyone wanting to see Patagonia and Southern Chile.”
Pedal through Buenos Aires’ iconic neighborhoods like Palermo, San Telmo, and Recoleta, and discover grand architecture, lively street art, and historic landmarks. Uncover the city’s vibrant essence on one of our bicycle tours in Argentina.
Embark on extraordinary bicycle tours in Jujuy, exploring the Pueblo Circuit's mesmerizing Andean culture and scenic wonders. Cycle through charming Pueblo towns, witness multicolored rock formations in Quebrada de Humahuaca, and marvel at the surreal Salinas Grandes salt flats.
Explore Mendoza’s scenic vineyards on a bicycle, visit world-class wineries, and savor Argentina's finest wines.
Go on an exhilarating cycling adventure in Salta, navigating dramatic Andean landscapes, reaching heights over 3,000 meters, and marveling at awe-inspiring views of the Calchaqui Valley.
Take an epic cycling tour on Patagonia’s Carretera Austral route, which features exquisite views of Mount Fitz Roy and Perito Moreno Glacier.
Travel Tips for Bicycle Tours in Argentina
Best time for bicycle tours in Argentina is spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May). Explore Patagonia during the Southern Hemisphere’s summer (November to March) when the weather is mild.
When embarking on Argentina bicycle tours, it is essential that you have appropriate cycling gear, including a sturdy bicycle, a well-fitting helmet, comfortable clothing, and essential tools for minor repairs.
Protect yourself from the sun by regularly applying sunscreen and wearing UV protection sunglasses, especially if you are touring high up in the Andes. Also, drink plenty of water to stay hydrated during your ride.
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