Santiago de Chile
Bike and Stay


Trip Length: 2 Day
Group Size: 1 - 10
From: 289 USD
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Pedal the bustling and cosmopolitan streets of Chile´s capital city and become acquainted with the city´s gastronomic culture on this fun-filled two-day.

Explore the eclectic neighborhoods of Santiago on a bicycle, learning about Santiago’s history from an expert guide, before retiring for the day to enjoy a delicious dinner in one of the hip bohemian neighborhoods, followed by a relaxing night’s sleep in one of Santiago’s quality hotels!





  • Great Introduction to Santiago.
  • Bike route around off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods.
  • Chilean Culture.
  • Downtown Architecture.
  • Quality Accommodation.
  • Specialist Guide.


Day 1: Arrival in Chile's capital.

Santiago de Chile

Upon arrival at Santiago de Chile's International Airport, you will be met by a Cascada representative and driven to your comfortable hotel to check in. 

You will have the rest of the day to have some rest and get to know the local places & shops.

Our first choice hotel will be Hotel Maison Italia (3*).

Day 2: Full Day Bike Tour.

Santiago de Chile

Today we will get picked up at our hotel to start our 9.30 AM Bike Tour.

During this tour you will experience a city that in the last 15 years has awakened to major cultural changes (becoming one of the world’s capitals), and bike around a myriad of parks and traditional neighborhoods that offer the old, the new, and a unique blend of architecture, cuisine, history, and culture. We will pedal alongside the Mapocho River, biking through “linear” parks that make up the backbone of Santiago, exploring a city that embraces change but nonetheless appreciates the traditions and difficulties of the past.

Santiago is a city of contrasts, of nooks and crannies, always inviting you to wander around corners and view the buildings and local city life that have endured from the past; no matter how big the new skyscrapers of “Sanhattan” (Manhattan in Santiago) are.

The unassuming charm of the old parks and buildings is an invigorating combination and contrast to the bustling activity of the commercial districts, and the simplicity of the barrios exposes the soul of a fascinating city just waiting for you to discover. Our tour finishes right where we started. Here, the van will drive you to your hotel where you will have time to rest and continue your Chilean adventure.

Pedal your way through the colorful, bohemian Bellavista neighborhood and local markets, taking in an abundance of fruits, vegetables, native seafood, and local characters. By the end of this morning bike tour, you’ll have a brand-new understanding of Chilean culture and history.

Once the AM tour it's over (12:30 pm), you will have free time to choose a local restaurant for lunch. Afterward, we will meet back at the meeting point in Bellavista for our 2:30 PM Tour!

In the afternoon, join us as we head out into the green spaces and historical highlights of downtown Santiago.

Once the tour is over close to 5:30 PM, a private van will pick you up from Bellavista to take you back to your hotel and have some well deserved rest.

* Overnight in Hotel Maison Italia, Santiago.

Day 3: Onward journey

Santiago de Chile

You'll be picked up from your hotel in the early morning and driven to the airport to check in for your onward flight. Buen viaje!



  • Overnight in Santiago at Hotel Maison Italia or a similar hotel.
  • Private transportation as indicated in the itinerary.
  • City bike tour.
  • Bike, and helmet.
  • Snack at Bike Tour.

Not included

  • Insurance.
  • Lunch.
  • Voluntary tipping.
  • Items of a personal nature.


Maison Italia 1029 (or similar)

A small eco boutique hotel set in the chic Italia neighborhood. It's a great location within walking distance to trendy restaurants and shops. 



Private departures, every day on request.

Starting / finishing point

The trip starts with your pick up from the airport on day 1 and ends with your drop off at the airport on day 2.

Physical demands

This trip does not require any level of fitness.
Biking level: leisure.


Santiago has a mild Mediterranean climate: relatively hot dry summers (November to March) with temperatures reaching up to 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit) on the hottest days; winters (June to September) are more humid with cold mornings, typical maximum daily temperatures of 13 degrees Celsius (55 degrees Fahrenheit), and minimums of a few degrees above freezing. Occasional snowfall occurs in suburbs at higher altitudes and may extend throughout the city, though this happens infrequently. In case of rain, bike tour will be canceled but we will offer an optional city tour.

What you need to bring

You'll have all of your luggage with you at the hotel. For the bike tour, all you need are comfortable garments. If it's cold, it's a good idea to bring gloves and several layers of clothing that you can add or remove as required. Sunblock lotion (50 SPF) is advisable, especially in summer!


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We are a Chilean owned adventure tour operator, based in Santiago de Chile, operating adventure tours in Chile, Argentina and Bolivia. Our base prices are in Chilean Pesos (CLP), but we charge prices in USD based on the exchange rate valid on the day of payment.

Destinations | Chile

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