Private Santiago Night Bike Tour

Private & customizable tour

Discover Santiago by night

Sample a delicious pisco sour!

Pedal At Sundown True Parks, Parties And People While Chatting About Nightlife And Santiago’s Social Changes

Join us as we head out into the hustle and bustle of Santiago at sundown. This tour is for those who want to see Santiago in a different light… street light! Discover Santiago when people have finished work for the day, sporting a smile on their face and a sopaipilla in their hand! City life starts late in our capital, but we like to dive in early to discover the up and coming hip neighborhoods. Tonight, you will not only see side streets and stunning parks, but also what it’s like to be a true chileno.

The La Bicicleta Verde team knows that the best way to get around the capital is by bike. Our passionate green gurus will take you to where culture, politics, and fun collide. We can guarantee that you’ll have an amazing time with our team — our 9+ years of experience and thousands of happy travelers can vouch for that.


Tour Details

Adults: $105 USD per person
Children (2-11): $57.50 USD per person
Children (0-2): free

BONUS: Ask for a discount with groups over 5!

Please note: We have limited baby seats, so please let us know upon booking if you need one.




In front of the Ritz Carlton Hotel (Metro El Golf, L1 Red line)


Relaxed, but be confident cycling on roads

Total distance: approximately 6-8 km


Minimum of 4 people


Comfy clothes (no spandex required) and a smile!

  • Your green machine (the bike)
  • Helmet
  • Water
  • Sunscreen
  • A bilingual guide

Note: pick-up, tips, and insurance are not included.



Our green team guru is a local with all the Santiago downlow. For the night tour we meet near the metro El Golf outside the Ritz Carlton 15 minutes before we leave. Once everyone is kitted out, it’s GO TIME. This tour provides insider access to Santiago with an entertaining guide to experience the must-see landmarks.

6:30PM: We start by exploring El Golf neighborhood that borders uptown upper class Vitacura. We take on a relaxing route through the centre of what locals call ‘Sanhattan’ due to the high skyscrapers here. You can gawk at the beautiful architecture and high-end designer stores. Just try not to get too distracted by your own gorgeous reflexion on the shiny windows of modern buildings.

Parque Bicentanario

7:30PM: Next up, as the sun begins to set we see the beautiful light fall on the trees of Parque Bicentanario. This is the park that runs between Vespucio Norte and Vespucio Sur, which defines Santiago’s outer limits all the way around the city. We will take plenty of pit stops to admire areas of the park we have ridden through. You’ll also discover the cultural idiosyncrasies that define santaguinos.

8:30PM: Together we will go-go-go exploring the spectacular Bicentennial Park (finished in 2010) and its bike paths. We will have a pink flamin’ good time when we see that instead of ducks, there are flamingos in the ponds! We’ll go check out the famous 20 meters-high sculpture “La Busqueda” that gives us our dose of bikespiration! Follow bike tracks seeing more sculptures and admire black swans in the lakes. Instead of children’s laughter you hear the frantic wagging of dogs tails, because the play park here is for dogs, not kids!

Mapocho River

8:30PM: Next up, we follow the Mapocho River all the way into town. Here, you will see some amazing street art pieces along the river. The bike path weaves between the river and parks of Santiago. You’ll get a look at Santiago’s finest fountain that is alight with colors come sundown.

Pisco Sour Time

9PM: All the park cycling will have you itching for a refreshment. Good thing we finish in our favorite hole-in-the-wall bars! Serving up some of Latin America’s finest pisco sours (a long standing fight between Peru over who has the best one). It’s also the perfect time for dinner (Chile time), we highly recommend the delicious tapas served here! Your guru will hang out if you have any questions, comments or compliments for them!