Kayak in the clear waters of Nahuel Huapi & Moreno Lakes.
Hike to the wonderful mountain overviews of the aptly named 'Bella Vista'.
Bike among the beautiful evergreens and waterfalls of Nahuel Huapi National Park.
Great guides, hotels and flexible itinerary.
We had a very good time on the trip, the highlight was the people we were with.
J. Morgan, Patagonia
Arrive Bariloche, transfer into hotel
AM: Kayak Nahuel Huapi & Moreno Lake. PM: trek, hotel (B,L)
Bike Nahuel Huapi National Park, hotel (B)
Bella Vista day hike, hotel (B,L)
Transfer out, ends (B)
Private transfer in/out and on tours, bilingual guide & staff on tours, hotels, meals as listed, snacks on day tours, all group kayak & MTB gear and technical equipment (life vest, dry bags, MTB , helmet, etc., National Park fee.
Flights (we can look for these), insurance, personal equipment & clothing, tips, alcoholic beverages, meals not listed, extra tours
Prices From $1,511 / £1,259 per person
Price, per person, shared room basis, 3 star hotel, Valid until April 2019.
Shorter/longer stays possible
Single supplement applies
What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $1,300 / £1,083 per person
Dates: November 2017
Duration: 4 days
Capacity: 16 people
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What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $3,220 / £2,683 per person
Dates: From October 2019 to December 2020
Duration: 12 days
Prices From $1,207 / £1,006 per person
Duration: 7 days
Prices From $790 / £658 per person
Dates: From January 2019 to April 2019
Capacity: 60 people
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We had an absolutely amazing trip and everything was perfect.
Highlights – there were loads of highlights. We loved Quito – especially the morning we went up the Teleferico. We could see for miles over the city to snow capped Volcanos beyond. Our Equador guide and driver were brilliant – Miguel and Memo. They went out or their way to make sure we saw as much as possible – we wouldn’t have seen or learned as much without them. We saw humming bird, toucans, tangers and a fantastic bird of prey sanctuary that wasn’t on the original schedule.
The Galapagos Islands were amazing. Again we saw so much and the guides were brilliant. They were so enthusiastic about their islands, the animals and conservation.
Accommodation etc – the hotels were all excellent. We loved the quirkyness of the hotel in Quito. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The Septimo Paraiso eco lodge in the cloud forest and the Hacienda Las Palmeras near Otavalo were great – the food at Las Palmeras was really excellent. The airport hotel was spotless and friendly but the set meal of Spaghetti bolognese wasn’t great to be honest. We ate in some lovely restaurants and the guides picked some lovely places to stop for food.
Sol y Mar on Santa Cruz was lovely too.
We loved Hotel Albemarle on Isabela. It was a perfect place to spend 5 nights. The rooms were comfy, clean with lovely balconies and views. There were some really good local restaurants, especially Coco surf, recommended by Tania, our Isabela guide.
The company that did our trip to Los Tuneles were fantastic. The guide was so enthusiastic and determined that we would see loads of wildlife. He took loads of photos with his gopro then downloaded them all for us for free when we got back. The lunch on the boat that day was chicken and rice which all three of my kids said was the best lunch they’d had all holiday. It might have been because they were all cold and knackered – they even took the hot sweet tea on offer.
I hope we benefitted the local communities. We enjoyed our trips to the coffee plantation and the chocolate factory and certainly brought plenty of chocolate and coffee back with us. I would like to think that the money we spent goes in someway to help conservation efforts and to keep the cloud forests and the Galapagos Islands as special and unique as they clearly are.
We picked Andean trails because you are based in Scotland and seemed to understand out requirements and came up with a perfect sounding itinary. Flying from Galsgow via Amsterdam worked well and for us was definitely the quickest and easiest way to get there.
Everything worked out perfectly. We had a totally brilliant time. I think it is all still sinking in...
L. Keany, UK, Aug 2019
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The highlight of the climb was the whole experience from meeting the crew to training on the glacier to getting as far as I did.
Hats off to the crew. They all did a great job - everyone of them. Osvaldo was great throughout the entire few days; Alex the cook made some great food with some of the other climbers in the high hut commenting about how good the food looked. Thanks also to the porter Adrian.
I thought the climb was pretty tough overall considering the altitude. Had to catch my breath a few times. Osvaldo was great though and went at a pretty steady pace with lots of guidance.
I chose Huyana Potosi because it was an achieveable 6,000m peak. I didn't summit but enjoyed the whole trip.
Mike Stringfellow, Aug, Aug 2019
» Climb Huayna Potosi in Bolivia
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