Fourteen days may seem like a lot, but how many times will one travel to South America? And in fact, fourteen days is not much, considering all the experiences that we will have time for.
What are the greatest experiences on the trip in Chile and Argentina?
It’s personal, of course, and it also varies from year to year because no two trips are the same.
But – even though it’s a wine tour – travelling across the Andes is one of them, something you never forget. Coming here and not taking the road past Aconcagua’s 6,000-meter peak would be, well, irresponsible. (Including lunch at 3000 m altitude.)
But there’s plenty more. The wine tasting under the avocado trees together with the owner of the vineyard? The visit to the man who refuses to make malbec in Mendoza and who has the oldest tree in the region? The wine cellar with endless rows of next to each other antique wine barrels followed by a lunch with a closing magnum of an old vintage? The wonderful cabernet franc? The seafood and fish on the west coast of Chile? Tango night in Buenos Aires (the Paris of South America?)? There’s a lot. Much that you will never forget.
A spectacular journey in many ways.
Come with us and discover the wine countries of Chile and Argentina.
More inspiration: You can get an even better feeling for what you will experience on this tour if you visit the latest tour’s own Facebook group. Lots of pictures and videos from the tour (join the group and you’ll get an update when we post new contents): The wine tour to Chile and Argentina 2023.