World Tour // South America: Cartagena - Punta Arenas
Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru

World Tour // South America: Cartagena - Punta Arenas

ab 33.340 $

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Start / Ende
Cartagena / Punta Arenas
Nächster Flughafen
Cartagena / Punta Arenas
Tourdauer
70 Urlaubstage, davon 67 Fahrtage
Übernachtungen
The quality, facilities and service of hotels will vary considerably depending on regional and national differences. Our goal is to book all stays in comfortable 3-5 star hotels. However, this is not always possible. Certain facilities might not be available, especially in regions with poorly developed infrastructure.
Strecke
Gesamtlänge: 15838-16978 km
Tagesetappen: 30-447 km
Schwierigkeit
Fahrzeit / tag
Sightseeing
Weitere Infos
High altitude iconRemote areas iconHygiene / Health care system iconExpedition van iconOff-road 2 iconOne-way trip icon3 to 4 star hotel icon
MINDESTTEILNEHMERANZAHL
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Highlights

CartagenaCartagena
Nazca LinesNazca Lines
Machu PicchuMachu Picchu
Lake TiticacaLake Titicaca
PunoPuno
La PazLa Paz
Salar de UyuniSalar de Uyuni
San Pedro de AtacamaSan Pedro de Atacama
Cerro Cristo RedentorCerro Cristo Redentor
Santiago de ChileSantiago de Chile
Carretera AustralCarretera Austral
Mount Fitz RoyMount Fitz Roy
Perito Moreno GlacierPerito Moreno Glacier
Torres del Paine National ParkTorres del Paine National Park
Strait of MagellanStrait of Magellan
UshuaiaUshuaia
Death Road (Yungas Road)Death Road (Yungas Road)
El TatioEl Tatio
Valle de la LunaValle de la Luna
Cathedral of SaltaCathedral of Salta
Nationalpark VillaricaNationalpark Villarica
Tierra del FuegoTierra del Fuego

More of everything: Nature, culture, adventure and curves, curves, curves!

South America from top to bottom - on a motorcycle all the way to the end of the world! We receive our bikes in Cartagena, handle some paperwork and then start our incredible tour.

The Colombian countryside, cities and people inspire us with their beauty, openness and friendliness. And the road below us has a name: Panamericana! In the next few weeks we will ride nearly 4,000 kms of the 26,000 kilometer long north-south link.

But first we make our way through the jungle of Ecuador and cross the country’s namesake: the equator. We move south through Peru, between the Pacific Coast and the Andes; and for the next three weeks one highlight follows another on a daily basis.

It starts with the best ceviche of South America in Lima. Past the dunes of Ica, we reach Nazca, where the mysterious geoglyphical lines of the same name are waiting to be admired. We continue on one of the best motorcycle routes in the world across the Andes to Machu Picchu.

The following day we arrive at the old Inca capital of Cuzco; and then to Los Uros, the floating islands in Lake Titicaca. Here we reach Bolivia, the Altiplano Plateau and La Paz, the highest place of government in the world. In this fascinating country we are thrilled by the incredible Ruta de la Muerte; a MUST for every motorcyclist in good weather. And we ride our motorcycles on Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt lake in the world.

In the Atacama Desert we head across the Andes to Argentina. Here we roam the southern Gran Chaco and via the spectacular Los Caracoles we reach the vibrant capital of Chile, Santiago.

After enjoying a well earned rest, we point our bikes towards the South, scratch the Pacific coast near Conceptión and find our way to the magnificent Carretera Austral. Endless twisties take us into the Chilean rainforest and back into the Andes, which will cross multiple times over the next few weeks.

Here in Patagonia spectacular landscapes and pristine nature form our daily backdrop. This sparsely populated area - less than one inhabitant per square kilometer - fascinates us and leaves a lasting impression; with fabulous natural spectacles such as the Perito Moreno Glacier and Torres del Paine, one of the most beautiful national parks on the planet.

From here it is only a few days ride to the end of the world: in Ushuaia there is literally no way to go any further! Faced with the magnificence of our earth, we take a deep breath and turn north towards Punta Arenas; the final destination of this remarkable motorcycle tour.

Special Challenges

Your expedition vehicle

To participate in the Edelweiss World Tour sections you will need to bring your own bike. If you prefer to join with a rental motorcycle we can send you an offer on request!

Marc and Gerhard from the World Tour Management will be available for you for any questions or concerns at expedition@edelweissbike.com!

Reiseablauf

Du möchtest Informationen zum genauen Reiseablauf? Unsere erfahrenen Kundenberater/-innen stehen dir gerne für deine Fragen zur Verfügung und geben dir alle Details über die Route, geplante Aktivitäten, Unterkünfte und weitere relevante Einzelheiten zur Tour. Kontaktiere uns noch heute!

Preise

ab 33.340 $
pro Fahrer im Doppelzimmer (2025)
Preis für Beifahrer im Doppelzimmer
21.300 $
Einzelzimmerzuschlag
6.970 $

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Referenzen

Buenos Aires to Bogota

Olá meus amigos! Words can’t do justice to what I experienced on my section of the ”Around the World“ motorcycle tour. The feelings going along with such a journey, the organization, logistics and challenges and of course all the new friends – it’s just amazing! Having started and ended this trip are major way points in my life! Don’t think that you‘ll get rid of me! I‘m ready taking part in the next expedition! Greetings from Sao Paulo!

– Miguel Russo, Brazil