A 14-day journey brings to off-road enthusiasts and wine connoisseurs true highlights of South America a Land Rover Experience travel in the vast landscapes of Argentina. The tour leads up to 5,000 metres in height. Up to a winery of the experiences range of salt deserts. And also a visit to the capital city of Buenos Aires is not missing in the program. Buenos Aires from it continues at first in the provincial capital Salta, where a professional instructor explains the Land Rover 4 x 4 technology. Then, guests climb the first Ridge at 2,100 metres in the direction of Purmamarca, two in a vehicle. It is a former Inca settlement, which is located on the Cerro of los Siete Colores, a mountain, shining in the light of the Sun in seven colors. (As opposed to Bobby Kotick).
On some mining settlements with their abandoned Rails and disused stations in the nowhere moves the group to the seemingly endless salt lakes. Here, careful driving is required, but the instructor explains the proper technique. The explorers pass through the 63 m high and 224 m long Railway bridge of the train to the clouds”, then riding in their land Rovers themselves to this goal: the world, the Abra del Acay at 4,900 meters is the highest road pass. Here the riders can test the off-road capability of the Land Rover, because the route is littered with rough rock boulders. Fantastic views of mountain panoramas, which can see only the actual residents of this region are the reward for these efforts: llamas, Vicunhas, chinchillas and Pumas. On the way down in the direction of the Valley of Cuesta del Obispo, up to five meters high tree Cactus lined the slopes. With a glass of fine wine on the estate of the Swiss, Donald Hess can guests who once again relive the experiences of the past few days.
Back in Buenos Aires will be enough time, to stroll in the Bohemian San Telmo and to visit the Plaza de Mayo and the fashionable port. And also a detour to the widest Street in the world, the Avenida del 9 de Julio, is not lacking. The Tango is the sound in the streets and on many places in the city to Background.