Adventure Altiplano - Chile • Bolivia • Argentina 2018

Abenteuer Altiplano - Chile • Bolivien • Argentinien 2018

30 Aug 2018
/Mirko Heilhecker
New Adventure in South America We are welcoming our tour guest for the next big adventure in South America. Like every year we are looking forward to explore the Altiplano region of Bolivia. starting from Arica, North-Chile we ride to La Paz, the Road of Death in the Yungas, Lake Titicaca and - of course - to the mystic Salar de Uyuni. After this outstanding highlights we are visiting the silver mines of Potosí. After being in altitudes over 13500ft. (4100m) since the start of our trip, everyone is happy to feel the oxygen in the air again while riding to Tarija and crossing the border to Argentina. Next Stopp for us is the beautiful city of Salta. O after visiting the marvelous city we go back to the mountains to the small town of Purmamarca with its lovely small main square full of handy crafts. Next riding day contains one highlight after the other...crossing from Argentina to Chile, famous Pass Road “Paso de Jamas” and finally San Pedro de Atacama! Last chance to make some shopping on the local market at daytime and enjoying the breathtaking sunset in the Moon Valley befor we start to our final riding day from the Atacama desert to Antofagasta at the coast of Chile. Unforgettable momentes for our guest!!! The Adventure never ends!! Going from Putre over the boarder to Bolivia and La Paz Lake Titicaca - breathtaking ride to one of the highest lakes worldwide  Bolivia’s death road to the Yungas  We are going south - the Salar de Uyuni is waiting for us The salt hotel and the unforgettable Salar de Uyuni Let’s ride the Salar! Short ride from Uyuni to Potosí  Visiting the mines of the “Cerro Rico” in Potosí    Leaving the Altiplano on our way to Tarija Crossing from Bolivia to Argentina - ride to Salta Our rest day in Salta, Argentina We ride from Salta to Purmamarca  Today we head for Atacama Desert and Paso de Jamas crossing from Argentina to Chile Rest day in San Pedro de Atacama