Bike and hike through wine country, Santiago, and the driest place on Earth.
Can’t decide whether to partake in a hardcore bike holiday, or an elegant wine country affair? This trip offers both, for an unforgettable taste of South America’s wild west. We kick off with a couple days in wine country, then visit Atacama Desert – the driest place ON EARTH – with great bike rides and a trek thrown in. We’ll also get a taste of Santiago, Chile’s sensational urban center. Note: we’re also offering pre-trip options. Join us in Patagonia for either an active adventure or a low-key escape. Both pre-trips are linked as ‘Related Adventures’ below.
January 18 to January 27 – $5650.00 USD
Duration: 10 Days / 9 Nights
Start in Santiago, Chile.
End in Santiago, Chile.
Group Size: Min 4, Max 16
Deposit: $750 USD
Accommodation: 4-Star +
Sample local pisco with a master distiller.
Taste some of Chile’s finest vintages.
Cycle the country’s acclaimed wine regions.
Trek unforgettable landscapes.
Stargaze from the driest place on Earth.
Visit Chile’s largest salt flat.
Appreciate local wildlife at the National Flamingo Reserve & Moon Valley Nature Sanctuary.
Explore the El Tatio geysers.
Group leader from beginning to end of tour.
Professional, bilingual local guide.
Arrival & departure transfers to/from accommodation booked through Out Adventures.
9 nights hotel.
Travel Insurance (medical, trip interruption & baggage loss) on tours.
Travel Insurance (medical, trip interruption & baggage loss) on tours with a start date of January 31st, 2019 or earlier. Visit .
Domestic Airfare during tour.
Meals & Activities not mentioned in itinerary.
Drinks during included meals, unless otherwise indicated.
Travel Insurance on tours with a start date of January 31st, 2019 or later. Travel insurance is mandatory for all travellers. Visit .
Gratuities for Local Guide ($75-$100).
Gratuities for drivers, hotel staff, porters ($150-$200).
Today we rest our weary legs and lean into the vintages. The first winery has won acclaim in local and international press since opening in 1993. For an unforgettable souvenir you can even blend, label, and cork your own bottle. Up next is lunch at a winery owned by Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle (of Grand Marnier fame). It produces some of Chile’s best values. After a lovely day of devouring, dinner awaits at the hotel.
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