Cycle Chile & Argentina: Atacama To Salta

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Cycle two South American countries

Details

Duration: 13 Days
Starts in: Chile
Group Size: 5-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Atacama; transfer to hotel.

Cycle to Moon Valley.

Visit El Tatio geysers; afternoon ride to San Isidro's chapel.

Cross border into Argentina; cycle alongside Jama salt flat; transfer to Susques.

Transfer to Salinas Grandes; scenic picnic lunch; downhill ride to the Humahuaca Gorge and the Hill of Seven Colours.

Transfer to El Carmen; cycle through rain forest; transfer to Salta.

Free day in Salta.

Transfer to abandoned train station; cycle along Las Conchas river.

Cycle to the Sacred City of Quilmes; guided tour and transfer back.

 Ride to the Calchaqui Valley; transfer to Molinos passing the Valley of Arrows.

Cycle using the old National Route 40 Route to Cachi.

Cycle in Los Cardones National Park; downhill stage along 'Bishop's Hill'; final transfer to Salta.

End Salta airport.

Additional Information

This trip takes us on a journey through a part of the world that resembles no other. Starting in the popular town of San Pedro de Atacama and finishing in 'Salta la Linda', this trip takes us through many roads in which you will see very little traffic and no other cyclists. This 'once in a lifetime' journey includes cycling through salt flats, ravines, a serpentine-like road through a rainforest and in the driest desert in the world. 

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