Discover Northern Argentina

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12 Day(s)
Adv/Challenging
531 Km
Guided

Here's an exciting new bicycle touring opportunity to get a little further off the beaten path in Latin America. This tour presents irrefutable proof that there is a lot more to see and do in Argentina than visit Patagonia! We'll bicycle through areas that were once home to a thriving pre-Incan population and the archeological heritage demonstrates the prosperity that came with being located in the spectacular Rio Grande valley. A large part of the area includes the famous Camino Inca or Inca Trail and a major trade and cultural route between Buenos Aires, Bolivia and Peru. We start with three days of glorious downhill bicycling as we come down from our 10,000 foot perch to Salta. We'll pedal on paved roads through lush valleys, stopping to explore pre-Incan ruins, deserts, cloudforest, and wine country. We ride through the twisted and dazzling geological formations of Quebrada de las Conchas, see the famous ruins at Quilmes, and stop in San Miguel de Tucuman, the city where a delegation first declared Argentina's independence in 1816.


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Tour Location

Country:
Argentina
From:
Salta
To:
Tucuman

Tour Information

Guiding:
Guided
Duration:
12 Days
Level:
Adv/Challenging
Terrain:
On-road only|Big climbs
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
USD 4350

Tour Distance & Dates

Distance:
531 Km
Month(s):
|May

Additional Information

Accommodation:

Double Occupancy / Twin Share

Single Supplement: $600

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