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ADV EventsGuided ToursDainese Expedition Masters, Patagonia — Mar. 18-25, 2023

Dainese Expedition Masters, Patagonia — Mar. 18-25, 2023

Sights include endless prairies, blue lakes and visiting incredibly fascinating places.

Published on 01.31.2023

The Dainese Expedition Masters Patagonia trip encompasses eight days and 1,600 km starting in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, up toward El Calafate, crossing from Argentina into Chile, through the Patagonian desert.

Sights include endless prairies, blue lakes, and visiting incredibly fascinating places such as Torres del Paine and the Perito Moreno Glacier. This is a unique itinerary for adventure lovers, which starts from one of the remotest places in the world. The experience will be a once-in-a-lifetime journey.

The first stretch is through the Tierra del Fuego National Park, the southernmost point of the longest road on the planet: The Panamerican Highway.


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We then head up north along the Rio Grande Route 3, leaving Ushuaia and the Beagle Channel, skirting the large Fagnano Lake and traveling up the east coast along an asphalt strip that will require some care while riding, due to strong winds and possible guanachi crossings, as they graze by the roadside.

The Dainese Expedition Masters Patagonia trip encompasses eight days and 1,600 km starting in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. (Photo: Dainese)

The day-five dirt-track tour of Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have in Patagonia. It’s a dirt route crossing a real earthly paradise, set among lakes, small waterfalls, grassy expanses, glaciers, high mountains (2,884 m) and granite towers. This stop alone is worth a trip.

We’ll also head east along Ruta 40, re-entering Argentina a few kilometers after our departure and continuing north through the desert—also known as the Patagonian Steppe, it’s the largest desert in Argentina and the eighth largest desert in the world—that lies along the eastern slopes of the Andes and reaches the Atlantic coast. We skirt Lago Esperanza, plunging into the endless Argentine grasslands.

The participation fee includes:

  • Dainese apparel kit specially designed for the trip (value approximately €4,000)
  • Use of Ducati DesertX
  • Refueling
  • 7 nights’ stay in 4 star hotels, double room with private facilities
  • Breakfasts, lunches and dinners
  • Professional guide + Dainese staff
  • Local Argentine guide
  • 4×4 assistance vehicle to transport luggage
  • Professional photographer and videographer
  • Ferry tickets needed along the trip
  • Travel documents

Details: Dainese Expedition Masters, Patagonia

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Author: Christian Lowe
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