This is a region of high peaks, unknown lands of colourful desert, snow-covered volcanoes and a large wilderness that spreads from the Andes mountain range and foothills to the steppe. In the valleys of Mendoza, among leaves of grapevines, farms and wineries, visitors can travel along the Wine Road, an attraction of international renown.
Explore an intimate tour of the city of Mendoza, taking a trip through vineyards and the local wineries. Uncover the city´s history through its parks and plazas, while enjoying stunning scenic views. Combine your tour with a gourmet lunch at one of the best restaurants around.
The high-altitude Andean region of Uco Valley reaches up to 1,500m above sea level. Being a little more off the beaten path, Uco Valley is still somewhat underdeveloped, with top wineries having found optimal untouched soils to grow high-quality grapes and build monumental wineries in tribute to this magical and expansive land. Intensely green & neverending vines, golden poplar trees along dirt roads, and the snow-capped Cerro Tupungato (Mount Tupungato) dominates this beautiful landscape.
Riding horseback to the highest peaks of the Andes - a unique landscape in the Americas - you will find a desolate wasteland where horses and condors will be the only escorts.