Traverse the plains, valleys, and deserts as the air caresses your skin and the landscapes unfold little by little. By horse or by foot, you'll enjoy the sights from another perspective, traveling through the remote corners of Patagonia, the Atacama Desert, Easter Island, or the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

Sacred Valley & Machu Picchu

The bike routes through the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Peru descend from the top of the valley down the slopes, zigzagging along the waters of Urubamba River and ending in the hills, orchards, and quinoa crop fields. Your travel companions—and your explora guide—will be the ruins of Pisac, the colonial village of the Maras, and the crop terraces, which have been cultivated since ancestral times by the Quechua community.

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Atacama

You can explore the Atacama Desert at your own pace. Slow and gentle by horseback through the dunes and ravines. Or quickly, zipping down the Andean highlands on bike at 4,000 meters of altitude. The speed and method might vary, but our guides will make sure everybody enjoys a horseback ride or bicycle expedition through the remotest corners of the Atacama Desert.

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Easter Island

Pedal out in search of the moai statues overlooking the sea. Get to the peak of Terevaka to peer out over the immensity of the Pacific Ocean. Traverse the volcanic rock coast until you reach the white sands of Anakena. Then, take a rest. Breaks are just as important as moving around to take a step back and realize that the closest mainland continent is over 3,700 kilometers away. That's when you'll start to understand why Rapa Nui is called the navel of the world.

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Patagonia

The gaucho cowboys have lived on these lands for generations. They have traveled them for as long as they can remember, always accompanied by their horses. Mounted on Parrandero, Borgoña, or Alcalde, some of our horses bred specifically for the climate and geography of Patagonia, you'll have a unique perspective of the Paine Massif, the steppe, and the lookout points. At the end of the tour, the conversation flows easily around a mate-infused tea with our guides and the gauchos, where you'll get to hear the stories of life in Patagonia.

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