Communication Satellite (for security reasons only)
What’s Not Included
Travel Insurance (Recommended)
Personal trekking gear
Personal biking gear
Drinks during lunch or dinner
Tips for staff or at dinners
What to Bring
During peak travel months (December to February), due to the popularity of Patagonia, we recommend booking your trip 4 months in advance. If you wish to travel in November or in March, we would recommend booking the tour 2 months in advance.
The itinerary is subject to change in case of bad weather and/or bad terrain conditions
To cancel your booking, you must email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The operator will apply cancellation fees per person according to the following schedule based on the date we receive your written notification:
From time of reservation until 60 days prior to departure: 5% of the total trip price
59 to 35 days prior to departure: 30% of total trip price (full deposit)
34 or fewer days prior to departure: 100% of total trip price
Southern Carretera Austral
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Villa Castillo: -46.120868, -72.153516
Puerto Murta: -46.441110, -72.711296
Puerto Tranquilo: -46.628769, -72.678841
Puerto Bertrand: -47.013632, -72.825543
Cochrane: -47.246573, -72.577435
Camping Los Nadis: -47.629121, -72.841223
Caleta Tortel: -47.798346, -73.540059
Villa O\'Higgins: -48.482181, -72.588296
El Chalten: -49.331494, -72.886325
El Calafate: -50.340214, -72.270508
Villa Castillo Villa Cerro Castillo, Coyhaique, Chile
Puerto Murta Puerto Murta Chile
Puerto Tranquilo Puerto Tranquilo, Río Ibáñez, Chile
Puerto Bertrand Puerto Bertrand, Chile Chico, Chile
Cochrane Cochrane, Chile
Camping Los Nadis Los Nadis, Cochrane, Chile
Caleta Tortel Caleta Tortel, Tortel, Chile
Villa O'Higgins Villa O'Higgins, O'Higgins, Chile
El Chalten El Chaltén, Santa Cruz Province, Argentina
El Calafate El Calafate, Santa Cruz Province, Argentina
Dario is one of those ‘Santiaguinos’, that one day decided to take advantage of the magnificent country of Chile. He made the decision of leaving the overpopulated capital, Santiago city, where he was born, to head to another part of the country seeking a more natural way of life.
In his case, he followed his greatest passion: cycling, and moved to Patagonia, where he’s been living for over 6 years now. He doesn’t regret a thing.
He speaks fluent Spanish, English and French. Dario is also a certified cycling guide and has more than 10 years of experience guiding adventure travelers from all over the world.
*Please note that this tour may be guided by another local guide, always providing a genuine approach to the local culture.
What Happens After I Book?
After you book your experience, you will receive a confirmation email from us confirming that your payment went through. You will then be connected directly to the tour operator, in case you have any further questions. We are also happy to answer any questions about the tour, or travel in general in your country of destination.
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