Welcome to our private Parks E-Bike Tour where you can wind down and explore, with the ease and comfort of a “pedal-assist” electric bicycle (e-bike), Santiago’s awe inspiring and treasured urban parks.
Feel the breeze in your hair as you pedal on paved and park roads through four city parks including the fourth largest urban park in the world – home to Cerro San Cristobal and the “lungs” of Santiago. This tour is all about taking it easy to enjoy Santiago´s green areas.
Parks E-Bike Tour – The anti-tour tour!
The Parks E-Bike Tour has been given several names by our riders. Detox tour, nature tour and the anti-tour tour. Why? We think it is because unlike fact heavy tours this tour is meant to relax the senses so you can enjoy the scenery and the pleasure of biking. This tour was designed to address the needs and feedback of our riders for an easy-going, stress-free tour that just settles you in instead of bombarding riders with information. That’s what our other tours are for! So if you are just getting off a plane and you find yourself jet-lagged, or had a rough night out in the Santiago nightlife, come join us! This tour may be exactly what your mind and body need!
- Start TimeAny time between 9:30am and 2:30pm
- Price$70USD per person. Ask for a discount with groups over 4.
- Duration3 hours
- AvailabilityEvery day!
- Start/FinishLa Bicicleta Verde Headquarters, Loreto 6
- DifficultyEASY. Open to all people in good health that are comfortable on a bicycle.
- Age RequiredAt least 18 years old
- Group size2 minimum per reservation
- IncludedE-Bike, helmet, bottled water, handlebar bag, knowledgeable tour guide and tech support.
- Not includedTips, insurance
- Tour languageThis tour is currently offered in Spanish and English
Santuario de la Inmaculada Concepcion (The Virgin): Sanctuary of the Immaculate Conception and home to Cerro San Cristobal. One of the most visited places in Santiago with incredible views of the city.
Casa de Cultura Anahuac: The Anahuac Cultural Center. Known for its beautiful architecture by Carlos Martner and many civic events.
Plaza Antilen: A plaza and rest stop with beautiful views and open green spaces.
Parque Bicentenario: Bicentennial Park. One of the principal green areas of Santiago with 27 hectares of lush gardens, native trees and Chilean flamingo's.
Parque de las Esculturas: The Sculpture Garden, an open-air museum located on Av. Pedro de Valdivia just before the entrance of the Metropolitan Park.
Parks and Views
Miradores: The tour includes stops at the best viewpoints in the city.
Jardin Japones: The Japanese Garden marks the last stop before heading back to the Easybici station.