Learn Spanish in Argentina

Always wanted to learn Spanish? Well, how about learning Spanish in Argentina while meeting like-minded people and having the trip of a lifetime. Culture, history and good times!

 

 

 Learn Spanish in Argentina

 

 

 

Always wanted to learn Spanish? Well, how about learning Spanish in Argentina while living in an amazingly fun hostel in Buenos Aires. Spend 4 hours per day, learning one of the world’s most romantic languages, whether you are a beginner, an intermediate or already at an advanced level. Our small group classes make it an ideal learning experience while living in a Spanish speaking country, the cultural

Our small group classes make it an ideal learning experience while living in a Spanish speaking country, the cultural exposure will help improve your Spanish and not to mention loads of fun to be had in Buenos Aires! Buenos Aires is the perfect place to start

Buenos Aires is the perfect place to start your adventure in Argentina, making friends, learning a new language and having an unforgettable experience at the same time. The hostel has an array of daily exciting activities and cultural experiences as well as your Spanish classes, so you can make the most of every day that you spend in Buenos Aires.

 Learn Spanish in Argentina Highlights Include:

  • Enjoy 4 hours of Spanish language sessions per day, from beginner to advanced level
  • Discover beautiful Buenos Aires, the “Paris of Latin America” as you soak up the atmosphere in Argentina
  • Stay in one of Buenos Aires’ most famous city hostels, make new friends and have fun!
  • Enjoy a variety optional awesome activities and party nights from your city hostel base
  • Practice the local lingo on the streets of the buzzing city

 

 

 

PHOTOS

 

 

 

Full Details

 

This programme is based in the iconic city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. You will receive up to 20 hours of fun and entertaining Spanish language lessons per week. Also, you will stay in a unique central city hostel location which offers a choice of some brilliant optional activities. This is the perfect way to get that South American cultural injection and experience Argentina like it should be.

Spanish Language Classes

Arrival day is always on a Sunday and your Spanish lessons will begin on the Monday . You will be learning in small groups at either beginner, intermediate or advanced level.

Classes are held daily, from Monday to Friday and run for 4 hours per day (a total of 20 hours per week). All courses include a study of grammar through theory and practice, and work on vocabulary, pronunciation, listening, reading and writing exercises. It is important to note that lessons are held completely in Spanish; this by far the best way to immerse yourself in the full Spanish-speaking experience, dive in head first!

Extra Activities and Cultural Excursions

Our hostel is always busy, so while you are living and learning Spanish, you’ll get to make lots of new friends and spend lots of free time enjoying all the exciting daily optional activities provided. These extra activities are a great way to improve your Spanish and of course are just good old plain fun.

Activities on offer while you are with us may include:

  • An unforgettable Buenos Aires City bike tour
  • A walking tour to the buzzing La Boca district and the beautiful colourful artists’ area of Caminito
  • A tango night and 3-course dinner
  • Argentinian Rooftop ‘Asado’ (BBQ) at the hostel
  • Party nights
  • Happy hour at the hostel bar
  • Tickets for entry to some of Buenos Aires’ premier nightclubs
  • Trips to the famous football stadium in Buenos Aires to see a live match
  • Urban art graffiti tour

Please note that these optional activities are all at an extra cost to you.

 

ACCOMMODATION

For your stay in Buenos Aires, you will be staying in a hostel, located in a beautiful five-story, 19th-century house, built around a qaint, colonial-era atrium. The Spanish lessons are also given in the same building, so that’s super easy.

You will be staying in comfortable shared, mixed-sex dorm accommodation, with shared facilities. The rooms are well-kept with comfortable beds, free Wi-Fi access. A full laundry service is also offered at your hostel. If you prefer, single or twin room upgrades, please let us know, there is an extra cost; please ask for details at the time of booking.

Your Breakfast is also included. Other than this you’ll need to allow spending money for all of your remaining meals. With kitchen facilities and a bar at your hostel, as well as a city full of Argentine cuisine just minutes away, you won’t have any trouble finding delicious food round every corner. its also a bit of a social event, and people tend to hang out together and make dinner arrangements during the day. Its super social!

 

Hostel facilities include:

  • Bar & restaurant
  • Kitchen for you to use
  • Pool and board games
  • Free housekeeping in the rooms
  • Recreation & reading room
  • Roof terrace
  • TV and DVD lounge
  • Free internet access
  • Fax and telephone
  • Book exchange
  • Laundry
  • Free medical assistance 24 hrs
  • Safety boxes
  • Free storage room
  • 24-hours check in
  • 24-hours hot water
  • 24-hours security
  • Advice about touring the city and the country
  • Free city maps
  • Lockers for free
  • Wi-Fi zone
  • Currency exchange

 

Trip Frequently Asked Questions

No! That’s the wonderful thing about our courses we cater for every level, even complete beginners.

 

You need to fly arrive at Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE), also known as Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires on a Sunday. You will be met on arrival and taken to your city hostel to begin your learn to speak Spanish experience (lessons begin on a Monday).

 

The minimum age to join our programme is 18, the average age of participants is between 18 and 25. However, we welcome people of any age on this trip!

 

Currently, on a british passport, when entering Argentina, you will not require a visa and will be granted a 90 day trip permit (around 12 weeks/3 months) upon arrival. If you would like to extend your trip or plan to stay in the country longer, then a visa would be necessary. Please note that we are not held liable for any visa information and it is always best to check exactly what is needed with your local Argentinian embassy.

 

It depends how much you want to learn, but we offer classes from 1 to 4 weeks.

 

Once again, this really depends on how long you come for and how much shopping and partying you do, but we recommend about £ 175 per week.

 

 

 

 

PRICE

 

Duration Option Price  
1 (Week)Dorm accommodationGBP 389Book Now
2 (Week)Dorm accommodationGBP 669Book Now
3 (Week)Dorm accommodationGBP 979Book Now
4 (Week)Dorm accommodationGBP 1249Book Now

 

 

 

 

INCLUDED

  • Airport transfer
  • All accommodation
  • Breakfasts
  • Use of Kitchen
  • 20 hours Spanish Lessons per week
  • Wi-Fi
  • 24 Hour Support including Medical Assistance
  • Party Nights at the Hostel

 

EXCLUDED

  • Flights
  • Visas
  • Most meals
  • Travel Insurance
  • Optional Activities

 

 

 

 

Dates

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Xtreme South America Experience

Adventurous group gap travel at its best in South America. Join us on the 4 week Xtreme South America. Featuring two of the most epic backpacking destinations in the South American continent: Ecuador and Peru. Brush up on your Spanish and trek to Machu Picchu before getting involved in the jungle animal sanctuary.

South America Xplorer Xtreme Gap (8)

Adventurous group gap travel at its best in South America. Join us on the 4 week Xtreme South America.  Featuring two of the most epic backpacking destinations in the South American continent: Ecuador and Peru. Brush up on your Spanish and trek to Machu Picchu before getting involved in the jungle animal sanctuary. All the while you will be immersed in ancient Incan culture.  90% of our travellers travel alone so this is a great way to join a group travel programme in South America.

XTREME SOUTH AMERICA EXPERIENCE

South America Xplorer Xtreme Gap (6)Start your 4 week South America adventure with intensive Spanish lessons, this makes it easier to understand the culture and communicate with the locals. Then we challenge you on  a 4 day trek to the infamous Machu Picchu. Next spend a week travelling along the Northern beaches of Peru before entering Ecuador, where we spend a week at our animal sanctuary, an experience you’ll never forget.

 

Highlights:

  • Discovering hidden lost cities
  • Learning Spanish
  • Hanging out in the cool backpacker city of Cuzco
  • Living in the Amazon with the tribe for a week
  • Hanging 10 on awesome surf breaks in the Pacific Ocean
  • Trekking high in the Andes
  • Backpacking through Peru and Ecuador with an awesome group of new friends
  • Fully guided awesome fun and full on adventure

PHOTOS

THE XTREME SOUTH AMERICA EXPERIENCE ITINERARY

The Xtreme South America Experience is divided into different phases and they go like this:

On arrival

You need to fly into Cuzco airport in Peru.  This is the gateway to the Inca Trail as an incredibly beautiful old colonial city located high in the Andes.  On arrival an Xtreme Gap representative will meet you and transfer you to your accommodation.  You will then meet the rest of the group and be prepared for your welcome briefing and orientation.

Part 1: Learn Spanish and hang out in Cuzco

Location: Cuzco, 1 week 

South America Xplorer Xtreme Gap (1)The first part of the Xtreme South America Experience is a week in Cuzco. The perfect way to acclimatise and settle into the laid-back, South American way of life.
Set high in the mountains, Cuzco is a stunning location with an incredible blend of Spanish colonial and ancient Incan cultures.  It was the old capital city of the Incan empire, so as you would expect it’s pretty impressive.  In your first week you will have plenty of time to explore Cusco (and its great nightlife) plus learn some much-needed Spanish!

Spanish Lessons: 

We include loads of activities in your first week, and you will also have Spanish lessons for 4 hours per day, usually in the mornings, with plenty of time to practice what you’ve learned in the fantastic and quirky markets and many tourist sites around Cuzco.

A fantastic student teacher ratio will ensure you learn the essentials quickly and easily.  If you already have an understanding or even advanced level of Spanish it will certainly improve as all lessons are tailored to you.

Free Time:  

Throughout your first week, your afternoons will be free to explore the fascinating city streets, museums and local ruins with the rest of the group.  Cusco has incredible night life as well, as the main travellers hub to people about to start having completed the Inca Trail it attracts people from all over the world.  Nights out in night clubs like Mama Africa or even hanging out at the Cross Keys pub in the Placa De Armas you are sure to meet interesting people from all over the world.

Part 2: The trek to Machu Picchu

Peru Xtreme Gap (44)After the first week it’s time to begin trekking!  We leave early from Cusco by bus to the start of our trek, Mollepata.  This will be an incredible mind blowing experience.  The views of the Andes Mountains, with the associated steep valleys and jaw-dropping landscapes will remain with you for ever.  It’s no walk in the park however, you will be trekking at altitude for about 5 to 7 hours a day.

Snow-capped mountains, waterfalls, llamas and condors.  On the fourth day we will take the train to Aguas Calientes overnight.

Early in the morning, we take the bus to Machu Picchu, following steep mountain paths eventually arriving at the ancient lost city of Machu Picchu.  You can explore the site, and there is a lot to explore!  You will be surprised how advanced culturally the Incas were and there is plenty of evidence still left in the city.

You can visit the sun gate for the postcard picture and also an option to climb the famous hill of Huayna Picchu should you wish to (must be pre-booked in advance). In the afternoon, we return to Aguas Calientes where we catch the train back to Cusco.

Part 3: Northern Beaches Cuzco to Puyo 

Leaving Cuzco and the Andes mountains behind we set off on an exciting overland journey along the northern coastline of Peru into Ecuador! Our first stop will be the bustling Peruvian capital of Lima to discover the city’s streets, parks and plazas and get a feel for the rich history of the country.

Next we depart Lima and follow the coastline until we reach Huanchaco, once the capital of the ancient Peruvian Moche civilisation. Huanchaco is a small town with epic surf beaches. There are also a number of fascinating ruins to explore in the local area. Onward to Punta Sal for pure  beach chill time  where there are a number of optional activities to chose from or just kick back and relax  and hang out with the group.

From Punta Sal we cross the border into Ecuador for our first stop in Cuenca, Ecuador’s third largest city.  It’s a global heritage site and a great place to explore.  From there we continue our journey inland past stunning scenery to the start point of your next phase of the expedition, Puyo.

Part  4: Amazon Rainforest  and wildlife conservation project

South America Xplorer Xtreme Gap (16)During this part of the programme you spend 1 week at the animal rescue centre in The Amazon. You get to interact with some of the incredible indigenous wildlife in South America.  Our Animal Rescue Centre helps wild animals that have been rescued from mistreatment and abuse and focuses on saving lives, helping them to recover and, if possible, letting them return to the wild.

You can expect the following types of animals there:   Capuchin, Wooly, Spider and Tamarind monkeys.  Ocelots and Margays, Kinkajous, Coatis and Tayras. Ant Eaters and Porcupines, White lipped Peccaries, Macaws and various parrots, Spectacled Caiman and Boa Constrictors.

There are different areas in need of help and the exact work you will be doing will depend on your personal interests but could include:   Preparing animals’ food, daily feeding and cleaning, assisting in construction and maintenance work to improve animal living conditions, providing care and support to animals, monitoring behaviour and reporting any unusual situations you notice regarding the animals to one of the supervisors.

ACCOMMODATION

Due to the diverse nature of this trip, the accommodation will vary throughout. For example, in towns and cities we use local hotels and guesthouses, camping on the Trek, in the Amazon we use a volunteer guesthouse and traditional stilted huts in the Shuar community.  In the Galapagos (optional)  you will be staying in hostels.

Meals

You will be provided with 3 meals a day and the food is typical South American fare. In towns and cities we eat at the guesthouse or local restaurants, cooks provide hearty meals on the trek and in the animal sanctuary volunteers go together to purchase groceries and take it in turns to prepare evening meals. Please note only breakfast is included on Galapagos.  Typical South American fare includes lots of rice, meat, beans, vegetables and fruit, regional dishes vary and local specialties will always be made available!

Support

Throughout the expedition you will have an Xtreme Gap representative and trip leader. On each project there will also be a dedicated project co-ordinator and team of staff who will work with the leader and volunteers to assign tasks. We also have a team of staff based in Quito to provide further back up.

Transportation

Transport to and from the airport, to each phase and for all tours on the itinerary will be included. Transport can vary from taxi, minibus and local buses depending on the journey. Any extra trips not included on the itinerary will be at each volunteers own cost.

Flights

Flights are always arriving to Cusco (arrive in the morning) and from Quito (leave in the afternoon)

Flights to Galapagos (for when you book the Bolt-on)  are from Quito – there is a flight around 9/9:30 am to Galapagos so to get that one.

Trip Frequently Asked Questions

The majority of foreign nationals do not require a visa for Peru or Ecuador. However, those with criminal records in Ecuador may still be denied entry. On arrival in the country, the immigration police will normally allow a stay of up to 90 days

There is a National Park entrance fee to the Galapagos Islands of $110 for all foreign nationals. This fee is not included.

If possible, it would be best to get the flight arriving at 11:00.(Iberia/LAN from Lima to Cusco) So arrive on the start date of the trip at 11 am, or earlier in the morning, in Cusco.

You can arrive 1 day early if that’s more convenient, the price is £30 for an extra night (incl food)

The arrival airport is Cuzco (CUZ) and departure airport is Quito (UIO) You are responsible for booking your own flights/transport to the start point of the expedition (at the in-country airport). Information and advice about booking flights will be provided upon booking but please do not hesitate to contact us if you need further assistance. Do not forget to upload your flights details on your personal pages before you go! Call us if you have any questions or need any advice.

You will also need to book return flights from Quito to the Galapagos Islands. These flights are approximately $450 USD and although not included, we can help you can book these flights for you.

Weather Ecuador: The highland dry season is June through until the end of September. In the Oriente, it rains during most months, but August and December through March are usually the driest. In the Galápagos, the wildlife is there year-round. The dry season (June to December) is also cool and often misty. On the coast, the wet season (roughly January to May) sees sunny days with daily afternoon downpours, but it’s the best beach weather. The dry season (roughly June to December) is cooler.

Peru: From June to August is the dry season in the mountains and altiplano (Andean plateau); the wettest months are from December to March. It rains all the time in the hot and humid rainforest, but the driest months there are from June to September. However, even during the wettest months from December to May, it rarely rains for more than a few hours at a time.

Even though you will be provided with food and accommodation in-country, you will need money to do your own travelling if you wish and for any activities not on the itinerary. There will be plenty of things do! Depending on the duration of your stay, we advise you to budget for $60 – $80 or £40-£50 a week.

Upon booking you will be provided with a recommend kit list. You will also have a kit briefing before you go out on expedition and you are welcome to call us with any kit related queries before you go!

Don’t be! By joining our group you will be meeting loads of like-minded adventurers so don’t be put off travelling if you don’t have any mates to come with you.  You’re guaranteed to make loads of friends and have an incredible time on this adventure!

Option Add On Galapagos

DAY 1 BALTRA / SANTA CRUZ ISALAND / ISABELA ISLAND

You take a flight from Quito to the Airport of Baltra Island.

Our guides will take you over to Isabela Island.

Flamingo Lagoon which is the largest coastal lagoon found in the Galapagos and is one of the main reproductive sites for the grand majority of flamingos. Dinner and accommodation.

Highlights:           Flamingos, svelte birds.

Activities:            Hiking, walking

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty:             Moderate

DAY 2 ISABELA ISLAND

After breakfast our destination is the rim of Sierra Negra Volcano.

The Sierra Negra Volcano boasts the largest basaltic caldera in Galapagos at 9 x 10 km. The site offers impressive views and the opportunity to observe up to 7 species of finch and a rich display of vegetation. The north side of the caldera provides evidence of its most recent volcanic activity in 2005.

Highlights:           Basaltic caldera, stunning views, finches

Activities:             Hiking, horseback riding, walking

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Diffilcuty:             Moderate

Concha de Perla 

This is the perfect spot for those who love swimming or snorkeling! Concha de Perla is a shallow, calm bay with crystal clear water that allows you to enjoy the fascinating marine life of Galapagos. If you are lucky you will be able to swim with sea lions and penguins. Dinner and accommodation.

Highlights:           Sea lions and penguins.

Activities:             Snorkeling

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Diffilcuty:             Moderate

DAY 3 SANTA CRUZ ISLAND (After breakfast Navigation to Santa Cruz)

Charles Darwin Station

The Charles Darwin Research Station is home to turtles ranging from 3-inches (new hatchlings) to 4-feet long. Sub-species of turtles interact with one another and many of the older turtles are accustomed to humans, stretching out their heads for a pet. The babies are kept until they are about four years old and strong enough to survive on their own.

Tortuga Bay is another destinations to visit on your own on Santa Cruz with baby powder white sand, magic blue waters, marine iguanas, and sometimes flamingos. It is only 2.5 Km from Puerto Ayora on a nice brick path (about 30-45 minutes walking).

Highlights:           Giant Tortoises in captivation, marine iguanas.

Activities:             Walking

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Diffilcuty:             Easy

DAY 4 FLOREANA ISLAND

Post Office Bay is one of the few visitor sites that is visited for its human history. Whaling Captain James Colnett established the wooden post barrel in 1793. At this time whaling was a big industry, ships were typically gone for 2 years at a time. Floreana was a frequent stop for these ships. Outbound ships would drop off letters after rounding the cape and the ships returning home would pick the up and delivered in time by hand. Near Post Office Bay, we explore the north shore of Floreana along narrow channels teeming with life. Rays, turtles and sea lions can be seen gently swimming next to the panga.

Mirador de la Baronesa is a vista point on the northside of Floreana, in La Olla Bay. It is a basaltic rock formation between Cormorant Point and Post Office Bay. You will take a panga ride to reach this point. On the panga you can observe several marine species such as golden eagle rays, sea turtles, sea lions, mullets and eventually Galapagos penguins.

Mirador de la Baronesa is a good place for understanding the mangroves. The red mangrove is characterized by a hanging elongated fruit, which in reality is a new daughter plant that grows from the parent plant, a rarity in the plant kingdom. The red mangrove is a pioneer in the coasts and has a very hard and resistant wood.

This location has a history. It was known to be loved by Baroness Eloisa von Wagner, where she would spent hours watching ships and acquiring knowledge of vessels approaching the island. Within walking distance (30 m) are the ruins of what is known as the House of the Baroness. Dinner and accommodation.

Highlights:           Post office barrel, nice sandy beach. View, sea turtles, history and          

                               Mystery…stories of the first inhabitants on Floreana

Activities:            Short hike, snorkeling

Type of Landing: Wet landing

Diffilcuty:             Easy

DAY 5 SANTA CRUZ ISLAND

Los Gemelos, or the Twin Craters, are located opposite each other on both sides of the road leading from Puerto Ayora to Baltra. The name is only figurative; not real craters, these formations were created by the collapse of surface material in underground fissures and chambers. The view is breathtaking.

Transfer to the Baltra Airport

Highlights:                Pit craters, Scalesia forest

Activities:                Short hiking

Type of landing:       Dry landing

Difficulty:                  Moderate

NOTE: This itinerary is subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes, inclement weather conditions, and adjustments of Galapagos National Park policy.

INCLUDED: transfers, tours, Complete Meals, Accommodation (private bathrooms – air conditioner – hot shower), Bilingual naturalist guide (Spanish-English); Transportation.

NOT INCLUDED: Entrance fee 100.00 usd; ingala immigration control card 20.00 usd, Fee port on Isabela Island $ 5 per person, tips. Water taxi $3, Snorkel equipment $ 5 (mask, tubing and flippers), Additional drinks and Personal expenses.

Duration Option Price  
4 (Week)GBP 2500Book Now

INCLUDED

  • Pre-departure briefing and support (in London)
  • Airport pick-up
  • Welcome and orientation briefing
  • All accommodation
  • Spanish lessons
  • All tours on itinerary
  • Project donation
  • 3 meals per day
  • In-country support staff
  • Social activities
  • 24/7 UK emergency backup
  • Please note that due to the nature of expeditions, prices, dates and itinerary may vary.

EXCLUDED

  • Flights
  • Travel insurance
  • Spending money
  • Galapagos Bolt On

Dates

2020

Fri 10th January 2020

Fri 17th April 2020

Fri 3rd July 2020

Fri 16th October 2020

The Galapagos tour starts on a Monday after and ends on the Friday

 

Xtreme Bolivia Experience

Cycle the infamous death road, explore the worlds highest city La Paz and check out the surreal, mirror like salt flats of Salar de Uyuni by jeep. Check out geysers, hot pools and vast desert landscapes. Bolivia is the Xtreme Teams favourite country in South America, you do not want to miss out. The time to visit is now because the vast majority of the world’s lithium reserves have been discovered under the lakes. They won’t be there for long.

Cycle the infamous death road, explore the worlds highest city La Paz and check out the surreal, mirror like salt flats of Salar de Uyuni by jeep. Go deep underground in an active mine (and blow shit up with dynamite if you feel the need!) check out geysers, hot pools and vast deserts.  Bolivia is the Xtreme Team’s favourite country in South America, you do not want to miss out.

 Xtreme Bolivia Experience

Bolivia has so many highlights, making it an unmissable destination on your itinerary in South America. Perched high in the Andes, Bolivia possesses a list  of accolades that makes any visit to the country Xtreme already. Flying into the worlds highest city, La Paz, you instantly get hit by the altitude. Bolivia has some extreme environments, the worlds largest salt pans, and the worlds most dangerous road (with 1000 metre drops in to the valley below.)

On the Xtreme Bolivia Experience, we will take you to all these interesting places, and you will achieve some pretty exciting adventures so cool that you will be recounting your tales to your mates for many years to come.

Trip activities include

  • Mountain biking the “Death Road”
  • Checking out the worlds highest city La Paz.  It will take your breath away literally.
  • Visiting the locomotive grave yard
  • 3 day 2 night trip to the Salar De Uyuni
  • Atacama Desert
  • Luna Valley

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Itinerary

  • Day 1- Enjoy a free day in La Paz to acclimatize and visit the Witches’ Market. Accommodation not included
  • Day 2 – Hit the Death Road! Bike downhill on a ride that is sure to make you go a bit weak at the knees. Just do not look down! Later that day take a night bus to Uyuni.  Note you will be sleeping on the bus, and it can be pretty cold at night time so dress warm! The bus takes 11 hours.
  • Day 3 – Head out on a great three days and two nights Salt Flats & Desert Adventure into one of the world’s largest salt pans. Accommodation included.
  • Day 4 – Visit desert lakes and vast landscapes. Accommodation included.
  • Day 5 – Take an early ride to Sol de Manana Geysers and go for a dip in the hot springs before returning to Uyuniand on to La Paz
  • Ends

Accommodation

We use a selection of checked out hostels on this trip. The accommodation is based on shared dorms and budget hostels. Due to the altitude on the Salar De Uyuni trip we advise taking a sleeping bag with you and warm clothing.

Frequently Asked Questions

This is a self guided trip, with group start dates. This means we have local co-ordinators on the ground who will help out with the logistics, accommodation and activities but they will not necessarily accompany you all the way. It is totally flexible too, so if you want to delay your start dates (if you are travelling overland for example) or spend longer in one place it is possible. You have the full support of an online concierge service with this trip.
Duration Option Price  
5 (Days)GBP 589Book Now

Included

  • Death Road downhill biking trip with all equipment guides and transport
  • Meals during the Salar de Uyuni  trip
  • Jeep expedition to the Salar de Uyuni
  • Services of locally based guides
  • Pre departure information and support

Excluded

  • Transport to/from local bus terminals or Airport (except for pick-up in Uyuni)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Sleeping Bag (this can be hired in Uyuni)
  • Accommodation except those offered on the included activity
  • Food except for those offered on the included activity

Dates

Flexible start dates