Mount Aconcagua Trekking Tour to Confluencia from Mendoza
  • Mount Aconcagua Trekking Tour to Confluencia from Mendoza

    Take in the views of the Andes and enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle on a full-day trekking tour to Mt Aconcagua (22,841 feet above sea level). You will have a chance to trek to the Base Camp, Confluencia. This tour includes a professional guide and round-trip transportation.

    Your full-day tour starts with hotel pickup from your hotel in Mendoza. Meet your guide and board a vehicle to head to the starting point of the trek. On the way Aconcagua National Park, you will first enjoy a mountain tour through all the small villages of the central Andes between Mendoza and Chile.

    We arrive at the park and we will start the trek to Confluencia, the first Base Camp from which expeditions usually start to go the summit of Mt Aconcagua. After a briefing, it is time to start a 6-hour hike of moderate difficulty. You will enjoy unique and amazing views as you climb up. It is a perfect place to see the Andes and enjoy nature.

    During the trek, you will have time to stop for a box lunch and continue on to the base camp and end point of the highest mountain in the South American continent. This trek will give you unique views of the summit of Mt Aconcagua and its south face.

    It is the perfect, classic hike in the Central Andes for anyone looking for an amazing Andes experience.

    Informacion Adicional
    "Confirmation will be received at time of booking"
    "A current valid passport is required on the day of travel"
    "No heart problems or other serious medical conditions"
    "Not recommended for travelers with back problems"
    "Not recommended for pregnant travelers"
    "Minimum age is 18 years"
    "A good level of fitness is required"
    "Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants"
    "A current valid passport is required on the day of travel"
    "What to bring:"
    "Fleece jacket"
    "Waterproof or windproof jacket"
    "Trekking pants"
    "Sun hat"
    "Wool or fleece hat"
    "Sunglasses with 100% UV protection"
    "Trekking boots or hiking footwear"
    "2 liters water bottle"
    "20 liter backpack"
    "This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund"
    "This tour/activity will have a maximum of 4 travelers"



    • Start Time8:30 AM
    • Start location: Your hotel in Mendoza
    • Duration: 12 hours
    • Cancellations and refunds: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
  • Included

    • Round trip transfer from your hotel in Mendoza
    • Professional bilingual guide
    • Walking poles

    Not Included

    • Aconcagua National Park entrance fee (1500 AR$)
    • Insurance liability
    • Ground or air evacuations
    • Hospitalization or medication of any kind
    • Lunch
  • 9/10

    Recommendation passengers 90%
    Rating based on 2 verified reviews

    Our clients

    • Jill M
      Posted on Lunes, 19 de febrero del 2018

      This was the highlight of our trip!
      Herman was a great guide... we were delayed getting to the mountain accident on the road and then police guided the cars to the Chile border, so slower than usual but the mountains are amazing and so gorgeous to look at.

      We started late up the mountain - but the weather was great - did not even need a jacket! Saw Aconcagua the entire trek. It started out easy... just slight upward climbing and the adjustment to the altitude was okay... but as you climb upward, the altitude makes you have to stop and breathe more than usual. We stopped for lunch right after the bridge... and trekked on... and made it up to the camp! What an accomplishment..

      However, we could not enjoy it because of being late, we had to immediately trek down - did that fast because you have to be down by 6PM... amazing time... and so memorable.

      You have to be fit and aware of the altitude issues before taking this trip for sure.

        General rating: 10/10
    • MR ROGER D E
      Posted on Miércoles, 06 de enero del 2016

      The climb to base camp is not, in itself, a tough climb. However, breathing while doing so is a different story. This wasn't unexpected, but is interesting to experience, slowly ambling uphill in aerobic distress.
      We were not blessed with the best weather for it, in terms of views of Aconcagua itself, but that is the lottery with any such activity. Our guide Rocie was helpful and attentive and a pleasure to be with, and very informative. All in all, a good day out, and a good step towards fitness for later climbs on our overall trip.

        General rating: 8/10
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