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After exploring the vast empty spaces of Patagonia and the extreme south on our first visit to South America for Rally Cape Horn back inthe Rally of the Incas sees us heading north to explore the ancient heartlands of the Incas, high in the Andes. Starting from the vibrant Argentine capital, Buenos Aires the route heads south along the Atlantic coast to take in a spot of whale watching on the world famous Valdes Peninsula before striking in land towards the mountains.
We revisit the stunning Llao Llao hotel and the spectacular volcanoes of the Chilean Lake District before reaching the Pacific coast of Chile. Our journey north then begins as we traverse the high Andes Wife swapping in Pedro Luro in such diverse landscapes as the hyper arid Atacama Desert, the verdant Argentine wine region and the windswept Altiplano.
The event is rounded off with some unforgettable days in the land of the Incas visiting must-see attractions like Lake Titicaca, the ancient Inca capital of Cusco, the Nazca Wife swapping in Pedro Luro and, of course, the stunning lost city of Machu Picchu before the grand finish in Lima — capital of Peru. Set against this backdrop of stunning scenery and rich cultural heritage, the rally competition will comprise one or two test sections a day using remote gravel and tarmac roads combined with the many excellent race circuits South America has to offer.
The event runs in two categories: Vintageant for cars up to and Classic for cars up to types. Classes are formed within the two categories based on engine size and performance.
The route is suitable for newcomers and experienced crews. Many roads are good tarmac or gravel, with competition on more remote roads, private land or race circuits. We supply an easy to follow Route Book marked in kilometres and miles with turn by turn instructions and added details such as points of interest, fuel stations and lunch and fuel stops.
Every crew new to the ERA is given a booklet packed with hints and tips on navigation. You do not need a Garmin GPS, but you may bring one if you wish. You can use any shipping agent, but we do recommend CARS, who have handled our shipping for many years. They are efficient and can ship cars from anywhere in the world. They handle all customs, import charges etc, you simply fill in the forms and hand over the keys.
The Rally of the Incas was quickly filled back in August To find out more about this or any future rally events contact any of the Rally Office team. Pre event formalities will start with vehicle collection on the afternoon of Friday, 11th November. We will then host a welcome dinner in the evening, giving entrants the opportunity to meet their fellow competitors and the Organising Team.
With one more day in Buenos Aires before we hit the road, Wife swapping in Pedro Luro will be checked, and crews will complete documentation before attending a short briefing on the event. In the evening there will be free time to enjoy one of Wife swapping in Pedro Luro many fine restaurants in the city or perhaps catch a Tango show….
An early start will see us leave the busy city of Buenos Aires. Competition commences almost straight away with a circuit test just south of the city before continuing on the coast road and exploring the gravel roads inland.
No journey in this area would be complete without a visit to the Fangio Museum and Circuit at Balcarce, where we will finish the competition for the day. Our overnight stop is a short drive away in the city of Mar del Plata, the biggest beach resort in Argentina, so there will be an opportunity to catch some late afternoon sun before dinner this evening.
We re-start at the Fangio Circuit for the first test of the day before heading inland to drive some of the Pampas gravel roads, then join the main Wife swapping in Pedro Luro road as we head west to the city of Bahia Blanca, where we end Day 2.
Today will be a long day on fast roads as we head south, hugging the Atlantic Coast, to Wife swapping in Pedro Luro town of Puerto Madryn, the gateway to the Valdes Peninsula, for our first rest day of the event. Today we leave you to relax and enjoy the natural wonders of the Valdes Peninsula. The coastline is populated by sea lions, elephant seals and fur seals.
Whales frequently visit the warm and quiet waters of the gulf, making it the ideal location for whale watching. If you are lucky you might spot Orcas or Killer Whales in the open sea off the Peninsula. This area still has pockets of the population who speak Welsh from the migration that took place in the 19th Century. The rest of the day sees the event head west through the Chubut Province to Esquel, a small frontier-like town close to where Butch Cassidy is reputed to have sought refuge.
This is the southernmost point of the route, and from here, we begin to curve northwards as we traverse the high Andean Cordillera.
Heading north we will use an excellent gravel road through the stunning Los Alerces National Park then more gravel follows to El Maiten and a final small circuit test, before heading in to the town of San Carlos de Bariloche and a second rest day at the fabulous Llao Llao Resort.
A day to relax and enjoy the facilities at one of the most exclusive hotels in South America. Play a round of golf, walk, hire a bike or just simply unwind with friends around the pool and enjoy a cocktail or two. Women nude in Pyongsan route today takes us through the lakes area with stunning vistas before a short gravel hill climb test near San Martin de los Andes. We cross Wife swapping in Pedro Luro Chile for the first time at the remote border post at the Paso Tromen and continue on a lovely downhill gravel road to our hotel for the night, on the banks of Lago Villarrica just outside the resort town of Pucon.
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Vina del Mar offers lots to occupy crews on the rest day, alternatively this is the opportunity to spend the day working on your car.
The evening will be free to enjoy one of the many excellent restaurants in the city. Today we head inland for our second border Wife swapping in Pedro Luro back into Argentina at Los Libertadores. This border post, at over metres high, is set against a stunning mountain backdrop. It is one of the main border crossing points, so transit is generally quick and easy. From the border we travel to the city of Mendoza, passing Aconcagua — the highest peak in the Andes before turning north towards San Juan.
The circuit just outside San Juan is planned as our final test of the day Slut in Lisbon we head into the city and our overnight hotel. The park is verdant with wildlife, including guanacos, maras, foxes and condors. Our overnight halt is in La Rioja, the capital city of the province of the same name. The centre of the Argentine wine region will be the focus of our route for today as we travel through Cafayate, and on to Wife swapping in Pedro Luro city of Salta.
Today promises to be one of the epic drives of the event. We head north west from Salta to cross back into Chile at the Paso Jama, the most northerly border between Argentina and Chile. The road over the pass is now all tarmac but rises to a height of 4, metres 14, ft.
From the highest point the road drops to the Wife swapping in Pedro Luro of San Pedro de Atacama. Considered as the archaeological capital of Chile, San Pedro also benefits from the beauty of the surrounding landscape. Our home for the next two nights is the incredible Explora Hotel where the team of guides will help you through the wide range of activities available.
A day off to relax, unwind and enjoy the unique atmosphere of Wife swapping in Pedro Luro Explora Hotel in this amazing setting. Get involved with the range of activities, explore the local area, or just chill and enjoy the wonderful food and wine on offer.
We are now in the heart of the Atacama Desert, one of the driest landscapes on earth with an annual rainfall of only 5mm. This bustling port city was actually part of Peru until the latter part of the 19th Century. Leaving the coast behind, Wife swapping in Pedro Luro climb back up into the Atacama Desert, where the eeriness of this almost alien landscape is brought home with a morning stop at the deserted Saltpetre mines at Humberstone.
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We have a short day today, to allow time for the border crossing into Peru. Once across the border we head to Tacna, clearing the cobwebs from the engine and the pedal with a test at the local circuit, before heading northwest to our overnight halt in Arequipa, the second largest city in Peru.
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A beautiful and stunning driving day, climbing ever higher into the Andes as we explore the many gravel roads on offer before arriving at our overnight stop in Puno on the shores of Lake Titicaca — the largest lake in South America.
Cusco will be our base for the next three nights, giving everyone time to explore the cultural and historical highlights of Cusco and to visit Machu Picchu. No trip to this part of the world would be complete without a visit to the magnificent Machu Picchu. The Incas built the citadel in aroundbut abandoned it a century later at the time of the Spanish Conquest.
Although known to the local population it remained undiscovered by the outside world until when American historian Hiram Bingham brought it to Wife swapping in Pedro Luro attention of the wider world. As the site was undiscovered by the Spanish Conquistadors, it was not ransacked, and it is highly significant as an important archaeological and cultural example of Inca life before the arrival of the Western, Christian world.
There is no road linking Machu Picchu to the outside world so we will take the train that runs from Cusco to a station at the foot of the hills and a short walk up to the ruined citadel. Today sees a long day on the road as we head down from the high Andes to the lower altitude of the Nazca Desert and the world famous Nazca Lines.
This will be a tough drive but crews will be rewarded by more stunning scenery and some exhilarating driving experiences. The Nazca Lines are a series of ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert.
Scholars believe the Lines were created by the Nazca culture between and AD. The hundreds of individual figures range in complexity from simple lines to hummingbirds, spiders, monkeys, fish, sharks, killer whales, and lizards.
In the evening we will celebrate the end of this epic adventure with a sumptuous Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony. There were perhaps few sore heads this morning. The routebook showed that we were in for a lovely fast run right up the coast Wife swapping in Pedro Luro on Wife swapping in Pedro Luro famous Pan Americana Sur highway and also that there were Wife swapping in Pedro Luro two short tests which could possibly upset the applecart.
Joost van Cauwenberge and Chuck Lyford therefore must have been feeling quietly confident as they took the start and chipped out of the carpark. In the event nobody suffered any problems and some km up the road the finish line outside the Lima Country Club was buzzing.
The cheers, laughter and congratulations rang out so loudly it caused a family of parakeets to move their roost Wife swapping in Pedro Luro somewhere a little less rowdy. Tankards full of well deserved cold beer were handed to all with the victors champagne and a laurel wreath being offered to Chuck and Pam Lyford in the Vintageant category and Joost van Cauwenberge and Christine Landtsheer in the Classics.
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