Travel along the gringo trail from Bolivia to Argentina
Through Bolivia and Argentina, this all-encompassing adventure travels along the salt flats of Salar de Uyuni, winds along the colour-splashed Andes of northern Argentina, camps at a traditional estancia in the heart of the pampas and ends in the sophisticated streets of Buenos Aires. Discover a wealth of fascinating locations, awe-inspiring scenery and friendly locals on this epic Overland Adventure from La Paz to Buenos Aires.
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Meander through the crooked streets of soaring La Paz
Journey into the belly of the earth in the tin mining city of Potosi
Marvel at the surreal landscapes of Salar de Uyuni
Explore the colonial streets of Salta
Sip local wines in Cafayate's verdant mountain vineyards
Pitch a tent at an Argentine estancia
Feast on a traditional asado barbecue
Meander through the colonial heart of Argentina in scenic Cordoba
Discover the sophisticated streets of Buenos Aires
1. This trip is run by our experienced overland partner Dragoman.
2. Please note that this trip requires minimum numbers to depart, and may be cancelled up until 56 days prior to departure. The places showing on the dates and availability page are an indication only so please contact Intrepid to check if your preferred date will depart before making any final arrangements, such as booking non-changeable flights.
Our La Paz to Buenos Aires trips score an average of 3.67 out of 5 based on 6 reviews in the last year.
Optional mine tour was disappointing. Johnny the tour guide did not take us to see any miners and he took all the gifts we purchased for the miners home for himself, without our permission. Please note he told us to purchase the gifts at the start of the tour.
Review submitted 19 Oct 2016
Very good overview of the Andes and Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina (with a bit of Chile). Appreciated the desert coast, especially Nazca and the Inca ruins. The highlight was the Andes, Machupicchu, Altaplano, and all the high altitude areas. Much fun.
Review submitted 21 Dec 2015