Your journey at a glance
Your adventure kicks-off in Chile’s wine country. Despite the long history of wine production in Chile, its wine was mainly produced for domestic consumption. Things have changed over the past 20 years or so, during which Chile’s wines have made a huge impact on the world stage due to their high quality and value for money. Next you are off to Chile’s capital city, Santiago, which is a progressive, colourful, and eclectic metropolis. After exploring the many attractions of Santiago, you will venture across the Andes to the city of Mendoza, in the heart of Argentina’s main wine producing area.
The city offers a leafy, provincial charm, but the real gems are to be found in the surrounding valleys that are an ideal base for exploring the stunning wineries where Malbec dominates. The area also offers myriad adventure options, including hiking, rafting, and horseback riding. The last leg of your journey takes you to beautiful Buenos Aires, which needs little introduction. A city with a European grandeur, an almost palpable tango heritage, and an unmistakable character, Buenos Aires is one of the world’s greatest cities.