During the last five months, Amity Tours
was not only busy operating biking and hiking Adventures in Chile, but also working as a tourism consulting company. Through their consulting services, Amity Tours was recently elected to design new Multisport Experiences along Chile’s Lake and Volcano Scenic Route and they did not hesitate a second to accept this great challenge. After visiting over 25 local tour operators and scouting hiking, biking, kayaking, and horseback riding trails Amity Tours made a selection of around 50 tracks. Through a strict selection procedure, they designed (together with the local tour operators) 12 new Multisport Experiences in Chile’s Lake and Volcano District. There are six self-guided tours and six guided tours ready to be explored.
Travelers can find a variety of sports activities, such as biking, hiking, kayaking, rafting, horseback riding, floating, and trekking which can all be connected with different means of transportation such as cars, RVs, ferry, bikes or motorbike. So for example, travelers can enjoy a nice morning paddling in a touring kayak on the Puelo River, having lunch in a typical restaurant and then enjoy a nice bath in a thermal pool in the evening. While on the next day they’ll continue on a horse saddle getting north to the All Saints Lake, where a boat will bring you to a nice lodge with a very interesting history museum. The following day you’ll hike on the foothills of the Osorno Volcano, then continue by (e-)bike alongside the Llanquihue Lake and end kayaking and birdwatching on the Maullín River. All this in a 5-Days Adventure with local outfitters and staying at small hotels.
“During the webinars and training sessions with the small local tour operators, we applied all the skills learned during our 10 years of ATTA membership”, mentioned Cristian Levy, CEO Amity Tours. “We enjoy what we do and we love sharing knowledge and great moments with our partners and clients!” Contact Amity Tours for any further information about this project or the New Multisport Experiences.
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