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South America Tour Packages

South America is most famous for the rainforest and the remarkable eco diversity it offers. There are few other places on earth that can match what South America can offer nature lovers, it is home to the largest river in the world (the Amazon), the tallest waterfall in the world (Angel Falls), and a diversity like nowhere else, from the jungles of the rainforest to the Andean peaks, Patagonian glaciers in the south, and remarkable landscapes in Tierra del Fuego reminiscent of the land of the dinosaurs. It would take years to explore the entire continent no matter what your interests are, there is plenty of everything here. Besides natural wonders, South America is home to the famed carnivals of Rio de Janeiro, as well as historical colonial towns and the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu.
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Bicycle Tour in Chile and Argentina
This 14-day tour of Patagonian Lake District is a cycling adventure through one of the world's most magnificent landscapes, spanning 300 km of Andean mountain range between Chile and Argentina.

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GBP 1595 - 1675 / Per person
Bicycle Touring
National Parks
Duration: 14 days
Season: October - March
Chile
Argentina

Peru and Bolivia Cycling Adventure Tour
A high-adrenalin, high-altitude adventure and a unique way to discover the magnificent and diverse countries: Peru and Bolivia. The trip offers some of the best mountain biking in South America.

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GBP 2195 / Per person
Bicycle Touring
Duration: 18 days
Season: July - August
Peru
Bolivia

Andean Cycling Vacation, Peru
Spectacular cycling tour to discover real Peru! A breathtaking ride along the Colca Canyon, reputedly the world's deepest, to the famous lost city of Machu Picchu and the fascinating town of Cusco!

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GBP 1695 / Per person
Bicycle Touring
Duration: 15 days
Season: June - August
Peru

Medellin to Bogota Cycling Holiday, Colombia
A rare chance to explore hidden gem of South America - Colombia. A fantastic tour for intrepid cyclist from Medellin to Bogota combining challenging long mountain climbs and dramatic Andean scenery.

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GBP 1670 - 1795 / Per person
Bicycle Touring
Cultural Journey
Duration: 14 days
Season: June - April
Colombia

Fly Fishing Tour in Argentina and Chile (9 Days)
Enjoy 9 day fishing on Caleufu River, Manso River, Fonck Lake in Patagonia.

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USD 3965 - 4500 / Per person
Fishing
Duration: 9 days
Season: November - April
Argentina
Chile

Fishing Tour in the Alumini River, Argentina
The Alumine River is still virgin with respect to the incredible fishing and the land it flows through!

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USD 2825 / Per person
Fishing
Duration: 8 days
Season: January - December
Argentina

Overnight Wilderness Float Expedition - On the Caleufu or Collon Cura River
The fishing, food, guides and Argentina's wild Patagonia backcountry astound our guests. They inevitably say it was the best part of their Patagonia experience!

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USD 3565 / Per person
Fishing
Duration: 9 days
Season: January - December
Argentina

Fishing Tour in Argentina (9 Days)
One of our most popular trips is a combination of a 4-day float trip and fine lodging accommodations!

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USD 3845 / Per person
Fishing
Duration: 9 days
Season: January - December
Argentina

Fishing Tour in Argentina (8 Days) 10% off.
Relax in comfort beside turquoise waters in Torres del Paine National Park and fish for brown trout and King salmon in the emerald-green waters of the Serrano river!

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USD 3365 - 4115 / Per person
Fishing
Duration: 3 - 8 days
Season: October - April
Chile
Argentina

Cotapaxi National Park Climbing Tour, Ecuador
Enjoy the greatest views of volcanoes in Ecuador Cotopaxi!

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USD 100 - 500 / Per person
Mountain/Rock Climbing
Volcano Tours
Duration: 2 days
Season: January - December
Ecuador

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South America Travel Stories
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Machu Picchu
A group of red-faced, perspiring Americans are working their way up a steep stone path into the nooks of a 550-year-old Inca settlement about 20 miles outside of Cuzco. Looking down on the Urubamba River, a silver ribbon winding 1.500 feet below, they have reason to wheeze. And their unruffled tour guide, who has yet to break a sweat,... read more...

Fortaleza, Ceara Brazil, the Golden Daughter Of The Sun
Fortaleza is a city on the move, and the move is to tourism. Why, recently, the Secretary of Tourism for the State of Sao Paulo, came for a visit and jealously affirmed that the residents of the state of Ceara, where Fortaleza is the capital, should take pity on poor Sao Paulo and visit more regularly. It seems like the good people of... read more...

To Machu Picchu by Orient Express
There are times for roughing it and times for not. Peru, with its Third World plumbing, is one of those places where a comfortable hotel room is greatly prized. I've heard about freezing temperatures at some of the less expensive hotels in densely populated Cuzco and more primitive Aguas Calientes. Bear in mind that in Cuzco (at... read more...

Southern Comfort....My Trip on the Amazon
I couldn't believe it--my fourth day on the Amazon! Dawn was misty and cold--two things I never expected to encounter, but then, I never expected to encounter most of what I was seeing on this trip. I had joined a small group in the Miami airport for the once-per-week direct flight to Iquitos, Peru, gateway to the upper Amazon. Now, standing on the top deck of our ship, the Explorer, I marveled... read more...

Chacha Picchu, New Discoveries in Amazonas, Peru
As a sometime archaeologist and dedicated adventurer, I have been poking around backcountry Peru since the1960s. While making an income by guiding adventure programs, I have been compiling data on Inca roads and sites associated with the last Incas. For the past several years, I have focused my interest on Choquequirao, an unusual Inca ceremonial site located spectacularly high above the Apurimac... read more...

A Paradise in Ecuador
The Galapagos Islands, paradise of evolution, are located 1000 Km (600 miles) from the coastline of Ecuador, in the Pacific Ocean. Of volcanic origin and crossed by the equatorial line, this is also one of the most famous national parks of the world due to its unique characteristics. The Galapagos Islands are made up of 13 main... read more...

By boat to Danpaati River Lodge to overnight in the jungle of Suriname
Suriname is a country which is still in development when it comes to tourism. It is not a very popular destination for travellers. However, it is a beautiful country with friendly people and lot of things to see and do. Especially when you are looking for an adventurous trip, you should go to Suriname. In my opinion, it is nice... read more...

Machu Picchu Abandoned, a Summary
Machu Picchu was probably built by Pachacuti Inca as a royal estate and religious retreat in 1460-70. After his death, it remained the property of his allus (kinship groups) who were responsible for maintenance, administration and continuing building. As a remarkable sacred site (location as well as buildings), it surely was visited by Topa Inca and the last great ruler, Huayna Capac, although... read more...