Andes, Altiplano & Brazil

128 nights from £11840

Start:Belem
Finish:Cartagena
Duration:128 Nights
Group size:1 - 22
Suitable for: 18 plus
Accommodation:Comfortable Hotel 40 nights. Basic Hotel 25 nights. Camping 32 nights. Multishare Hostel 21 nights. Wild Camp 3 nights. Homestay 1 night. Guesthouse 2 nights. Hammocks 2 nights
Physical rating:High
Meals:Breakfasts x 228, Lunches x 106, Dinners x 100
Diets:Vegetarians, Please contact Dragoman with any specific dietary requirements
Tour operated in: English

Overview

This 129 day overland tour journeys from Belem to Cartagena through Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia
Highlights
  • Explore and dance the night away in Salvador
  • Visit 'small Lisbon' the beautiful town of Olinda
  • Relax on the pink sand dunes of Canoa Quebrada
  • Wander around the sandy streets of Jericoacoara
  • Overnight 4WD tour of the stunning Lencois Maranhenses NP
  • Enjoy a swim in the lagoons of the National park
  • 2 nights in vibrant Cartagena
  • 2 Nights in the stunning Caribbean beach national park of Tayrona
  • 3 nights to explore the infamous streets of Medellin
  • Explore the region of Salento and visit a coffee finca
  • Guided trek through spectacular Cocora Valley
  • 2 night stay in the historic colonial city of Popayan
  • Photograph the iconic church bridge of Ipiales
  • Visit the equator monument en-route to Quito
  • Full day coffee experience and plantation tour
  • Discover the vibrant city of Rio de Janeiro
  • Head underground into the gold mines of Ouro Preto
  • Guided tour of the futuristic city of Brasilia
  • Wander the streets of fascinating Lencois
  • 2 full days to explore the beautiful Chapada Diamantina National Park
  • Relax in a café or take some surfing lessons in the eco coastal resort of Itacare
  • Practice your dance steps in the birthplace of Tango
  • Hike in the stunning Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park
  • Explore the bars and cafes of Buenos Aires
  • Visit the Jesuit ruins at San Ignacio de Mini
  • Optional boat trips, forest hikes and helicopter rides over Iguazu Falls
  • 3 nights to enjoy the crystal clear waters and caves around Bonito
  • 2 night ranch visit and wildlife safari into the Pantanal
  • Boat trip to explore emerald coast islands around Paraty
  • Explore the witches market & the dizzy heights of the world's highest capital city, La Paz
  • Explore the beautiful UNESCO town of Paraty
  • Day trip on the surreal Salar de Uyuni Salt Flats
  • Visit the Uyuni train graveyard
  • Star gaze in the Moon Valley at San Pedro de Atacama
  • 2 day crossing of the desolate and surreal Altiplano
  • Take the cable car for a spectacular view of Salta
  • Spectacular drive down Route 40 to see Quebrada de las Conchas
  • 2 nights to visit vineyards in Cafayate
  • Walk around the ruins of Quilmes
  • 3 night stay in a traditional isolated Argentian estancia with the Gauchos
  • Relax in the vibrant and cosmopolitan centre of Cuzco
  • Ride beautiful horses in an unspoilt location across remote Cordillera
  • Sacred Valley guided tour
  • Trek the Classic Inca trail to Machu Picchu Or, take the Wild Andes Trek for a truly unique perspective, Or even the train package with no trekking
  • Guided tour of Machu Picchu by local expert
  • Visit the town of Puno on the shores of Lake Titicaca
  • Boat trip on Lake Titicaca to the Isla del Sol
  • Explore the highest administrative capital city in the world
  • Explore the historic capital city of Lima
  • Boat trip to the Ballestas islands to view wildlife
  • Overnight on the remote beach of Puerto Inca
  • See the mysterious Nasca lines with a chance of an optional flight
  • 2 nights to explore the beautiful city of Arequipa
  • Trip to the Colca canyon to spot Condors
  • Homestay with local Quechua families
  • Trek the Classic Inca trail to Machu Picchu
  • Or, take the Wild Andes Trek for a truly unique perspective
  • Or, train package option with no trekking
  • 3 night stay in a community run eco lodge to explore the Amazon Jungle
  • Go white water rafting, canyoning or trekking in Banos
  • Try horse back riding or mountain biking around the stunning landscape
  • Stay in the classic colonial city of Cuenca
  • Visit the crater lake of Quilotoa
  • Buy an original Panama hat direct from the factory
  • 2 nights camping on the Pacific beach at Punta Sal
  • Try your hand at surfing or just relax with a cool drink
  • Explore the Chimu Adobe ruins of Chan Chan and the ancient Moche Pyramids
  • 3 nights to trek in the Cordillera Blanca from Huaraz
  • Explore the Peruvian capital of Lima
  • 2 Nights to enjoy the colonial town of Santa Cruz de Lorica, home of the traditional Vueltiao hat
Transport
Overland Expedition Vehicle, Jeep, Private Bus, Boat, Local Bus, Canoe, Train
Tour Staff
Two Dragoman Crew Members, Local Guides where necessary

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Start:Belem
Finish:Cartagena
Duration:128 Nights
Group size:1 - 22
Suitable for: 18 plus
Accommodation:Comfortable Hotel 40 nights. Basic Hotel 25 nights. Camping 32 nights. Multishare Hostel 21 nights. Wild Camp 3 nights. Homestay 1 night. Guesthouse 2 nights. Hammocks 2 nights
Physical rating:High
Meals:Breakfasts x 228, Lunches x 106, Dinners x 100
Diets:Vegetarians, Please contact Dragoman with any specific dietary requirements
Tour operated in: English
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