Made for beginners in mind. Take your first dip into the world of adventure travel.
Reasonable level of fitness required. Around 4 - 5 hours of activity per day.
For those with previous experience looking for a bigger thrill. 6 - 8 hours of activity per day.
For people at the top of their fitness levels, ready to tackle the most demanding tours.
Meeting at hotel in Buenos Aires. After settling in, a tour of one of the most beautiful cities on the southern hemisphere. The famous port of Boka, the tango at every turn, the old town on La Plata, Avenue 9. de Julio with its obelisk, the main square of Plaza de Mayo, huge parks, top restaurants, and even better wine. 🙂 All in one place. Dinner. Overnight.
After breakfast we fly to El Calafate. Transfer to hotel and accommodation. Tour of a lovely town on the south of the continent. Dinner and overnight.
Breakfast. Today, we’re going on a tour of the imposing glaciers Perito Moreno. Possible cruise by lake and organization of picnics on the glacier! Return to El Calafate. Who doesn’t want to see the glacier can take a tour of the city and visit their Adventure Park, which is ideal for children. Dinner. Overnight.
Breakfast. Transfer to El Chalten. Accommodation in the hotel. After our check-in, we’re going to explore the Argentinean part of Patagonia. Lightweight trek for 3 hours to Laguna Torre, from where you can see one of the most beautiful and hardest peaks – Cerro Torre. We spend some time on the shores of the lake, and then we go back to El Chalten. Free time, dinner and overnight.
Breakfast. Trek to the lake at the foot of the highest peak of Patagonia – Fitz Roy (3359m), Lagune de los Tres. This is somewhat a more demanding tour and the trek to the lake lasts about 4h. A turquoise lake in combination with dominant peaks will not leave you indifferent. Also, the entire Fitz Roy massif is used as the “Patagonia” logo, so if someone owns one of their products, they will be able to see it on the spot. Return back to El Chalten, then take the bus back to El Calafate. Overnight.
Breakfast. Transfer to Puerto Natales. Entering Chile. Accommodation in the hotel. Rest and relaxation after the road. City tour. Dinner. Overnight stay.
For the end of the trek we left the most recognizable symbol of the park and a place where you will surely remain breathless. After breakfast, we start by bus for Torres del Paine, and then on the ascent and after 1,5 hours, we arrive at the mountain chalet where we make a short break. We keep walking by observing the condors that compel us.
The final part of the trek is also the most challenging, but the prize that awaits us at the very top is incredible. You will definitely remember the view that will be provided from the Mirador del Torres point. Return back to the campsite, from where we board the bus and return to Puerto Natales. Dinner and overnight stay.
Note: Who does not want to take a trek can take a day trip to Punta Arenas, where we’ll board on a boat that drives to the island in the Magellan Strait to see the Royal Penguins. Return to the hotel in the evening.
Breakfast and transfer for El Calafate. Accommodation in the hotel. Day for rest and sightseeing. We can go to a nearby ranch (estancia), or who wants to pedal, we can take on a bicycle tour. Dinner. Overnight stay.
Breakfast. Transfer to the airport. Flight back to Buenos Aires. Transfer and accommodation at the hotel. City tour by night. Dinner and overnight stay.
Breakfast. Departure day.
This trip will run with a minimum of 4 people, and a maximum of 12. Please note, if there are not 4 people booked the trip may be rearranged or cancelled.
Sure can! A lot of people do, it’s a great way to meet like-minded people.
Tribuca River Canyon is one of the nicest canyons in Serbia. It is a very active adventure with jumps, rappelling, and swimming. It will take around 4-5 hours to make your way through the canyon. Full neoprene wetsuits, helmets, and harnesses will be provided. Despite its technicality, you do not need previous canyoning experience—that’s what the guide is there for!
The hike along Gradac River is a pleasant and easy 2-hour walk. The water in the stream is so clean you can drink it straight! Sometimes you’ll follow a trail, and other times you’ll walk through the water, crossing the river several times (up to knee-deep).
You don’t need any previous experience, just a good attitude, and adventurous spirit! Your guide will give you full instructions and a safety briefing at the start and will be watching you every step of the way to make sure everyone is safe and happy. You need a basic level of fitness for several hours of activity.
All the food is local and freshly cooked. Meals are typically hearty, and include domestic cheese and other local milk products, dry meats, fish, and local fruit and vegetables. Drinks are not included.
Absolutely! Just let us know at booking.
Summer and early autumn are the best periods to visit the area. In summer the temperatures range from 20 – 30 °C. It cools down at night. Autumn is slightly chillier but still really pleasant, and there’s the added bonus of stunning fall colors.
All technical equipment will be provided. You need to bring:
Start point? You will be met at the Belgrade airport on Friday. Your transfer will meet all flights scheduled to land by 15:00 pm or earlier. Your host will be in touch before the trip to finalize all details. Finish point? Your tour will end at Belgrade airport on Sunday. You are free to book any flight that departs after 13:00 pm.
At your arrival, the transfer will be holding a sign with the name of the tour. We’ll give you all the extra details before traveling.
This itinerary and the duration of the activities are subject to change due to group abilities and preferences, weather conditions, and forecasts, special events, etc. We can’t guarantee the availability of twin rooms for the duration of the tour. All rooms will, in most cases, be double, or more. Or single upon request. In a highly unlikely case of an insufficient number of people accommodated in one of our selected hotels, dinner will be served on the basis of a predetermined menu of 2 or 3 meals.
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