Bike n' Wander

Contribute to a more connected and compassionate world, enabling exchange between cultures.

They strive to immerse visitors in the large city of Buenos Aires with eco-friendly electric bikes, coupled with live narration headsets to learn about the culture and history.

Mission
“To provide unique guided experiences to our visitors and make them discover Buenos Aires through the senses, from a closer, respectful and interactive contact”

Their Tours

Green n' Trendy Buenos Aires

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3 Hour(s)
Easy
10 Km
Guided

We are going to meet in Recoleta. The neighborhood that made Buenos Aires be known as the Paris of South America. We will get through Del Libertador Avenue, visiting Buenos Aires´ University and Floralis Generica, knowing important sites of Arg ...

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Riding to the SOUL of Baires

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5 Hour(s)
Easy
15 Km
avg 2 Km
Guided

We are going to meet in Recoleta. We will get through San Martin Square, to know better the main characters and facts that made at the beginning of the last century this multicultural city famous all around the world.

Over bike paths, ...

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Row & Ride Experience From Palermo Woods to the Delta of Tigre

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7 Hour(s)
Easy/Moderate
45 Km
Guided

An amazing full-day experience visiting the world's only delta that continues to grow. We go by train in a North direction from Buenos Aires to the city of Tigre. There, we will go over this beautiful shore town and its rowing sport history. We w ...

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E-Bike n’ Wander through Buenos Aires

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4 Hour(s)
Easy
Guided

Following the bike paths, we will dive into the "city porteña's” frenetic current life & history. we'll share with you all legends, curiosities and historical facts about controversial BA City. ...

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E- Bike and Tango experience

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6 Hour(s)
Easy
Guided

Enjoy a typical Sunday in Buenos Aires riding an E-bike, having some pastries and mate in the park and becoming part of the local tango culture! ...

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