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Attention from agency owners (Roman and Marta) and kind drivers (Pedro and Mario) took us to 2 days of winery tours always on time and with a good balance of chat about the city and and wines with privacy.
Everyday we had an excellent driver Alejandro and also a very professional guide who was telling us stories about vineyards, Mendoza or Argentinians.
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BA Bikes Buenos Aires
I had so much fun touring around the neighborhoods - the Downtown, San Telmo and Puerto Madero on a bike with a great guide by the name of Danny Boy! Danny Boy is a real Porteno, very professional, is passionate,...
Did the South Tour with these guys on a recent trip to BA! Eze & Mariano we’re excellent, professional, knowledgeable and great fun! Really enjoyed the tour!
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The whole bike tour from start to finish was a pleasure and great experience so for anyone coming to Buenos Aires be sure to book with Biking BA because they were all Fantastic!! Thanks again, Danny & Kate from Lo...
They have super unique helmets (pick your favourite that matches your style), mate in the park with build-your-own alfajores, the BEST roadside empanadas, a visit from Kenny (cheers Kenny) and lunch from the best...
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Very personal and informative Tour through Palermo, Recoleta, through the green parks with beautiful view over the green areas, the metallic flower, Recoleta cementerio, library, rose garden and tasty Mate as reward!
This is a 5-hour ride through Palermo and Recoleta, including walking stops at the Recoleta cemetery and the rose garden, a pause for mate and alfajore in a beautiful park, and lunch by the lake.
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Highly recommend this tour for everyone - Communication and logistics were very smooth - Small group is great for solo travelers to join - Bikes are of excellent quality - Visiting bodegas by bike is such a wonder...
We went for a full day bike and wine tour with Julie-Anne, it a great way to visit the bodegas, a set of different style from typical and intimate to big impressive ones, the lunch was delicious in a lovely place.
Visited BA in early December 2017 and hired Bike n' Wander for a bike tour & felt it provided a great overall view of all major milestones - great to start the trip once you have gotten over jet lag.
Checking in was flawless and the route was very well planned: a short bike ride to the train station, about 45 minutes on the train, more bike riding on arrival to kayak center than nice paddle and lunch through t...
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Our trip was perfect from end to end, with great tours, and the professionals that tended to us (drivers Sr Pablo, Leonardo and Victor, guide Sra Nadia) were top of the line, offering great service.
Mendoza holidays did a nice job selecting locations in Chile and Mendoza We spent 4 days near Santiago with our favorite at casa del Bosque followed by Perez Cruz.
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In February 2018 Alejandro from Iguazu Bike and Adventure Tours organised and led a 14-day mountain bike tour from Bariloche to El Calafate via Chile lakes and route 7 (Carretera Austral).
The highlight of the trip was a small jungle path leading to the upper level of the falls with a fantastic view of the river and sections of the falls.
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Bike Tours Buenos Aires
They were extremely warm and answered all our questions and told us some great stories!We only had a few days to see BA and this gave us a great overview of the city and its rich history.
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Cordillera Bike Rental & Tours San Carlos de Bariloche
The shop offers a superb route map with info on where to stop, steep hills etc Definitely one of the most memorable days of our holiday made even more special by Cordillera Bike
Daniel arranged good quality MTBs with panniers and front bag, spent a lot of time helping us to plan the route and gave great assistance in booking ferries to return to Bariloche.
If you want a logistical free day to just enjoy the sights, wine, and good company, & bonus! - a great bike ride in great weather, with an awesome local guide - I highly suggest Sergio's Mendoza Wine Bike Tour.
The bikes were in great condition, wineries selected provided an opportunity to try wine other than Malbec, the scenery incredible and the lunch/wine pairing was exquisite.
While I was in Mendoza , I went on a hike in Cordon del Plata and on a trail ride in the mountains and everything was amazing, I had Agustine at my guide both days and he was amazing had a perfect English and was...
Christina was a fabulous driver, so knowledgable about the national park (she had been a guide and summited the mountain many times) and delightful to talk to and be with! it was a highlight of our travels!
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I would absolutely recommend doing these tours! the one day tour enabled us to see all the city in only one day, at our own pace and in a really entertaining way! the itinirary is really easy and safe, thanks to t...
Be prepared for a full day of biking--about 18+ miles, in parks and in the city (which has an extensive set of dedicated bike lanes) It really helped us to get our bearings in a very large city for our first time...
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I'm a right wimp cycling on the roads at home in London so if I can do it here - you can :-) You must visit Tempus Alba! Beautiful little self tour and pretty terrace to taste you wine and have a snack.
They give great recommendations, make sure you stay safe while you bike your way from winery to winery, and when you come back they organize a happy hour worth a visit on its own.
We went in to Ushuaia Extremo (which rents equipment for hiking, skiing, bike riding, and also organizes excursions) to rent hiking boots for the muddy trek to Laguna Esmeralda.
I was able to go out with their excellent guide, Osvaldo, and we did a combo bike and hike tour from downtown and up to the martial glacier.
The next day we did the Bull's Circuit on their mountain bikes, which was a bit dusty, but also perfect because of the cowboy like scenery, and the challenge of crossing the river on high railroad bridges.
He was super acommodating and adjusted the day of Cuesta de Obispo biking so we could also bike part of the road uphill.
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Christian our driver/guide/chef was excellent, informative, helpful and a fun, nice guy 5* Weather wasn’t so great so we couldn’t kayak but with the rest of the tour we honestly didn’t miss it.
Great 3 hour hike on edges of lake, then a nice lunch served at a yurt before a rafting trip down the river in which we had to portage around a section.
This was a wonderful mountain bike tour with Juan, who led us through the sierras of Cordoba & up to a historic picturesque chapel (Capilla De Candonga) where we enjoyed beautiful landscapes & a relaxed afternoon...
There, Juan provides a nice lunch and a relaxing hike and tour of the beautiful grounds I had a wonderful time and would highly recommend this tour as a "must do" for anyone visiting Cordoba.
Baccus Vineyards Biking Chacras de Coria
Baccus were fantastic - they gave us an excellent map to use to find some beautiful vineyards, along with timings of tours etc and discounts in some places.
The ladies at baccus offered a nice route with several winery stops, all perfectly to our liking Bikes were in perfect shape.
Just by being with them along the way and hanging out for lunch, you get fantastic insights into the local history, geography, geology, wildlife, economy, culture, wines, and everyday life and their personal stories.
Facundo is an exceptional guide who has extensive knowledge of the local and country history, geography, geology, economy... and just about everything else.
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The tour itself was absolutely amazing, starting on the first day with a stunning climb up through and above the clouds to Cuesta del Obispo, and then riding to Cachi.
The ride (mostly downhill) from the Piedra del Molino (3348 meters) to El Carril (1173 meters) over 54 kilometers is an amazing adventure, from high desert above the clouds to humid green lowlands.
The bikes were high quality mountain bikes and easy to ride , it was extremely good value for money and Francisco was an excellent guide who is also a university professor in geography and tourism.
Besides the incredibe view of the colored mountains, we had an amazing long downhill, did a small city tour in Humahuaca, cycled through little villages (with lunch and also a tea-break in a local community) and l...