4x4 private Andes photo Safari


per person cash USD


ALL WEEK LONG – from Monday to Sunday

We booked the ``Photo Safari`` through the Andes near Mendoza including an excellent lunch.
The service was great and our guide was very enthusiastic and well informed about the region. In the morning we were picked up in a 4WD Jeep and an additional service comes with the tour: A collection of about 100 photos taken during the day - What a great experience. We would definitely recommend this agency.

This 4×4 Andes Photo Safari (or fully equipped 4×2 truck)  is the perfect excursion to enjoy the amazing wildlife of the Andes,  far from mass tourism. During this tour, we see wild guanacos, foxes, ostriches and the famous Andes condor. All day we’ll have an amazing view on the Andes and the Aconcagua, breathtaking experience.

  • After leaving Mendoza by Route 52 we arrive to Villavicencio natural Reserva. Then we climb to Paramillos (3150m/10300fts) through the famous 365 curves Route also called Route of the year. In Paramillos we will see the old mining settlement.
  • We then descent by Dakar Race way and contemplate the beauty of the 7 colors Mountain and a small hike to see hidden gem geological fault
  • We take the lunch at the charming town of Uspallata. The lunch consists in a traditional kid goat BBQ or a fresh trout (please inform us if you need vegan or vegetarian lunch).
  • We return to Mendoza by the famous Route 7, where we can stop at the Potrerillos lake.

This Andes tour is definitely the best we can offer you all year long, each month landscape are changing, so you can enjoy it in Summer as in Winter season. Villavicencio is a natural reserva you have to know when visiting Mendoza, it is highly recommended not to rent a car to make this tour, but trust in official agency with appropriate good vehicles and knowledge.

To complete this photo safari in Mendoza, you might love our premium wine tours and others Andes tours (Aconcagua tour, hiking,  Gaucho Day experience…)

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