Head south of the equator for your next bike tour and join us for an active adventure in Latin America. From exotic rainforests of Costa Rica to the far southern reaches of Chile, Latin America offers a world of innumerable pleasures, natural and manmade alike, waiting to be explored. Whether it is biking, ziplining, kayaking, rafting, or hiking, there are countless ways to enjoy the mountains, coasts, rainforests, and more that decorate Latin America. And on a bike tour in Costa Rica, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, or Ecuador and the Galapagos, you’ll the most authentic, boutique, luxury experiences of the region.

Destinations In Latin America

Chile is the long, narrow swath of land the spans much of the western coast of South America along the Pacific Ocean. With the ocean to its west and the Andes to the east, it is one of nature’s finest playgrounds for lovers of either mountains or sea. Prior to Spanish colonization, Chile was once the land of the Incas. Among its natural wonders, Chile lists the lakes and volcanoes district, found to the south between the cities of Temuco and Puerto Montt. Here you will find deep freshwater lakes that dot the landscape, snow-capped volcanoes that dominate the horizon, thermal hot springs, and biological reserves. Or venture into Chilean wine country in the Andean foothills in the Casablanca and Cochagua Valleys. Chile ranks among the finest wine-producing nations in the world, with outstanding examples of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Carmenère to its name.


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Nestled between Brazil and Argentina in southeastern South America Uruguay offers stunning coastlines, bustling towns like Punte del Este, historic sites like the settlement of Colonia del Sacramento, and phenomenal art, including works by abstract painter and sculptor Carlos Páez Vilaró. From its natural beauty to its historic and cultural features, it has the perfect mix of fun outdoor activities and luxurious accommodations to make it the perfect destination. Its cuisine is no less exception, including asado beef, local olive oil, freshly made pasta, and indulgent flan with dulce de leche. Get adventurous by trying the native drink mate, or enjoy one of the famous tannat wines.

Ecuador + Galápagos

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Named for the equator on which it lies, Ecuador is a spectacular place of both mountains and sea. The Pacific Ocean to the west, the soaring Andes in the center, and the Amazon to the east, Ecuador is a topographically diverse nation, with boundless new places to explore. And adding to the mainland are the Galápagos Islands, an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean made famous by Charles Darwin’s voyage that set in motion his theory of evolution. When you visit the islands, you will quickly see what inspired him, as the variety of wildlife here is seemingly endless. Cycling, hiking, kayaking, and more will give you an intimate view of this natural paradise, from the Cuicocha Lake to Sierra Negra volcano and Charles Darwin Research Station. Don’t miss the beautiful animals like Galápagos penguins, blue footed boobies, and the Galápagos tortoise. From the mainland to the islands, the different species to be found are simply astonishing.

Costa Rica

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Located in Central America, between Nicaragua and Panama - the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Caribbean Sea to the east – Costa Rica is known for its rain forests, incredible biodiversity, coffee plantations, and the pura vida way of life. Cycling along the beach or through trails in the rainforest, white water rafting in the Pacuare River, or surfing in Tamarindo Bay are just a few of the amazing activities on offer in this natural playground. Eat authentic and wholesome Central American cuisine, including casado, Salsa Lizano, fresh fruit, and fried plantains. And don’t miss the chance to enjoy some of the world’s finest coffee straight from the source, as well as refrescos naturales (blended fruit drinks) and Ron Centenario.


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Explore the largest Spanish-speaking nation in the world on an Argentina Bike Tour with DuVine. Argentina lies in the southern portion of South America between Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil, and Uruguay. Traveling from one end to the other, the geography, climate, and environment vary enormously. Patagonia, on the border with Chile, sits in the foothills of the soaring Andes and comprises the famed Argentine Lakes District. Its beauty is marked by dense pine forests, pristine glacial lakes, and charming alpine villages. Salta, on the other hand appears as if it were another country entirely. In the northwest of country, this high altitude region is an awe-inspiring desert landscape, dominated by deep reds and tans. Yet it is still the source of outrageously satisfying wines, like Torrontés. Or try Mendoza, the home of the celebrated Malbec wines in north-central Argentina. Its breath-taking views of the Andes paired with the lush vineyards of the Luján de Cuyo and Uco Valleys make it a remarkable place for cycling. But in Argentina, aren't they all?