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At SAK, we care about tours quality. So, when we think about the design of our Mendoza tours, we first of all look for making the best alliances. Of course, If you are looking to visit the best wineries, or looking to find the best value in terms of wine experiences work with the best is a must. Our guides, have been trained to highlight this experiences. Their background and knowledge will make your Mendoza tours unique. At the end of the day, when you look back to see what you'll take home from your Mendoza trip, we are sure that 80% is related to people. You can go to the same place one hundred times, but if you go with different people, I'm sure you'll live one hundred different experiences. This is what we want for our tours in Mendoza. We invite you to explore this page, find your tours.
Very often the first question our passengers ask when they start planning a trip is How long should I spend in Mendoza? How many days do you think it a good time there? The answer is that if you decide to come to Mendoza, you can spend your whole life here. The famous singer Mercedes Sosa used to say "nadie se va de Mendoza, aunque piense que se va" that means. You don't leave Mendoza even if you think you already left.
The average of stay for an standard trip is 3 nights, but that will depend on many things. First, if you want to visit just a few vineyards or every single region, if you want to enjoy an adventure in the Andes or prefer to be more quiet and rest at your hotel. We recommend a maximum of one week that will allow you to get the full expression of the highest Andean region plus visiting other places as well in Argentina or Chile. Feel free to ask our team if you have questions and we'll help you to decide.
Let's make some wine!
Mendoza is known as the capital of wine in Argentina and South América. Since we started to produce wines a couple of hundreds years ago, the industry grew up consistently. The last few years this growth was accelerated due to the arrival of foreign investments that saw the potential of this region to produce incredible high end wines at a very low cost. Mendoza nowadays is one of the most important wine regions around the world, included into the list of the Great Wine Capitals.
Mendoza and the Andes Range
Also, the highest peaks of the Andes are in Mendoza. Every time you look to the south you can get impressed by the amazing view of the Andes mounts. Aconcagua is the highest of America, but that's not the only one. From almost every winery, the city or anywhere in Mendoza you can see El Plata Range. (google it) it is one of the most beautiful mountains screenshots you can get to have in your computer.
There is a lot more to discover, explore our website and you'll see most of it!
Mendoza is probably one of the best connected cities in Argentina. The two main roads of the country cross the city from its center. From North to South you can take the Road 40 and connect with Salta or Patagonia. If you take the Road 7, you can get to Buenos Aires to the East or Santiago to the West.
The last few years, new air companies started to fly to Mendoza as well. You can get here by plane with Aerolineas Argentinas, JetSmart, FlyBondi or Latam.
Also, from almost every city in Argentina you can catch a bus that will take you straight to Mendoza's bus station.
It is very easy to get here, so ask your travel advisor for recommendations and prices to figure out what's the best for you.
The offer for accommodation is really wide. You can go from camping for 2 US$ to luxury hotels that cost more than US$ 1000 per night, but I guess this information is not helping you to have an idea of what's good for you.
You can get a nice hotel in Mendoza for a reasonable price. If you are thinking in staying at a 4 or 5 stars room, you must think in an average of US$ 80-150 depending on what hotel you choose. Then, if you are willing to stay in a charming posada outside of the city and closer to the vineyards, you can find a great room from US$200 to US$450.
We'll give you the best reccommedations for your trip according to your likes and budget.
Anyhow, from every hotel you can enjoy the best Mendoza tours with us. :)
Yes you can! To drive from Mendoza to Santiago is one of a kind experiences! You can cross the Andes Range from its highest part. It takes around 6 hours drive, but you have to consider that if you travel in summer the border can be a little bit crowded and it can take a little more time. Also, it is important to know that even though the border is open all year round, in winter can be closed for some days due to snow storms.
Flying is only 30 minutes + airport times, and you can do it with different airlines as well as Aerolineas Argentinas, Latam or Sky.