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Experience an authenticable culinary adventure around Chile and Argentina, visiting the main the highlights of these countries in 16 days discovering great wineries, seafood, lakes, snow peaks, outdoors activities and vibrant cities. Also, learn how to cook a real Argentinean Asado (barbecue). Meet friendly people and open your mind to new cultures and flavors. Experience traveling on comfortable local buses and spend your nights in nice and cozy hostels.

Day 01, 02 – Santiago

Arrive in Santiago at anytime. This city is known for its vineyards, museums, ski resorts and great coffee houses.

Day 03, 06 – Pucon.

A night bus will take us south to the navel city of adventure and sports in Chile. Climb the Villarrica Volcano or practice any of the seasonal sports such as skiing, hiking, biking, horse back riding, and kayaking. Or, just soak in the hot springs or cross valleys using zip lines.

Day 07-08 – Puerto Montt/Puerto Varas.

Gorgeous views await you here at Chile’s Lake district. Sample the great seafood, meet friendly local people, and visit Vicente Perez Rosales National Park or Chiloe Archipelagos.

Day 09-10 – Bariloche

Take an incredible bus journey through the amazing snow peaks and lakes of upper Patagonia and arrive to the town of Bariloche, the land of the gauchos and tango.  Great quality outdoor activities await you here.

Day 11-14.-Neuquen / Mendoza.

Head north direction to Neuquen and Mendoza, the winery centre of Argentine, sample wines and learn hot to barbecue a  famous Argentinean Asado.

Day 15 – Santiago.

Cross the Andes in a spectacular bus trip through the Andes, reach the highest pass of the Christ Redeemer and descend to Santiago.

Day 16

Departure Day.


This awesome trip will show you the highlights of Peru in 22 days of full of adventures discovering the native land of the Inca civilization. Join us on a fantastic journey through never ending deserts, highlands, snowcapped mountains, lakes, valleys, clouds, and rain forests. Also, meet friendly people and open your mind to new cultures. Experience traveling on basically anything that moves and spend your nights in a nice and cozy hostel or a family home.

Day 01 – Lima

Arrive at the City of the Kings at any time during the day. Take the time to explore this colonial city and all the attractions that it has to offer.

Day 02 – Paracas

A bus ride will lead us south through the Peruvian deserts, arriving at the National Reserve of Paracas. From here, relax and enjoy the sunset at this beautiful bay.

Day 03 – Nazca

Visit the Ballestas Islands to view penguins, sea lion colonies, thousands of birds, and to look in amazement at the magnificent arches of the natural rock formations. On the way south stop at some family run wineries and learn how Peru’s native liquor, Pisco, and local wines are made. In the afternoon get ready for a fun adventure with sand dune buggie rides and contemplate the sunset on the summit of a sand dune.

Day 04 – Night Bus

Early flight over the mysterious Nazca Lines, then a visit to a 1500 year old Cemetery in the middle of the arid desert. Later that night, jump onto a very comfortable bus and head to Arequipa.

Day 05, 07. – Arequipa / Colca Canyon

A free day to explore the city.  Next day bus ride will take you to the middle of the Andes where hot springs, Andean Food,  music, condors and deep canyons await you. Back to Arequipa in the afternoon.

Day 08 – Cuzco

Take a local bus and travel through the Altiplano Plateau and the Vilcanota valley, where you can witness the birthplace of the Amazon River. Arrive at Cuzco the navel city of World in the early afternoon, and explore this ancient city with its cobble stone streets, colonial churches, and Inca Archeological sites. Or, just enjoy a drink on a balcony around the Main Square. This cosmopolitan city has great night life where you can meet people from every corner of the world.

Day 09 – Sacred Valley – Ollantaytambo

Visit the Sacred Valley of the Incas, learn more about the Andean Culture at the Community of Ccaccaccollo, enjoy the colorful Pisac market, and walk around the unique Inca town of Ollantaytambo that still conserves both its urbanism and original Inca streets and houses.

Day 10, 12 – Inca Trail

This once in a lifetime adventure will take us up to 82 Km, on a hike of 26 miles on ancient trails, where high passes and Inca ruins await you. This is a worry free trip; let our team of porters, cooks and guides take care of everything.

Day 13 – Machu Picchu – Cuzco

Get to Intipunku, the sun gate, to observe a magical sunrise over one of the greatest wonders of the world. Visit Machupicchu in a guided tour, and then explore and discover the wonders of the Lost City of the Incas. Return to Ollantaytambo by train and bus to Cuzco.

Day 14. 15 – Tambopata Amazon Trip

Fly from the Andes to the Amazon jungle and travel by canoe to our lodge in the middle of the rainforest. Our expert guides will make sure that you view the natural wild life and flora.

Day 16 – Cuzco

Fly back to Cuzco, free afternoon to relax or to keep exploring this city.

Day 17, 18 – Puno

Enjoy a beautiful bus ride crossing the Andes from Navel of the World to shores of the Great Titicaca Lake. Visit the floating reed islands of Uros and the funeral Towers of Sillustani.

Day 19, 20 – Copacabana – Island of the Sun

Travel around the shores of the Lake Titicaca; arrive to the picturesque town of Copacabana. Explore the Island where the legends says it was the birthplaces of the Inca Empire.

Day 21 – La Paz

Travel bus local bus to the capital city of Bolivia, visit the witches market and enjoy our farewell dinner.

Day 22

Departure day.


This awesome trip will show you the highlights of Bolivia and Chile in 16 days of full of adventures discovering land of the Altiplano Plateau and the arid deserts of Chile. Join us on a fantastic journey through never ending Salt Flats, highlands, deserts, silver mines, dinosaur footprints, exciting and vibrant cities. Also, meet friendly people and open your mind to new cultures. Experience traveling on basically anything that moves and spend your nights in a nice and cozy hostel and sometimes in basic touch roof house.

Day 01 – La Paz

Arrive at the highest capital city of the world at any time during the day. Take the time to explore the city and all the attractions that it has to offer.

Day 02-03 – Sucre

The Constitutional capital of Bolivia, a colonial city with narrow streets and Andalusian architecture with many museums and colonial houses and  nice and welcoming  weather and temperature round year.  Includes an  excursion to the dinosaurs tracks park.

Day 04-05 – Potosí

The second most important city at the colony after Lima and currently  the highest city of its size in the world;  UNESCO World Heritage, Its considered the biggest silver mine in the world and exploited for more than four centuries.

Day 06. 09 – Uyuni/ Salt Lakes Expedition

Travel by  bus to the Altiplano Plateau to the small town of Uyuni,  Jump on  4 x 4 vehicles and explore during three days the white salt flats,  Spend the nights in small and remote hostels, drive  through volcano lands and swim in hot springs after visiting geysers.

Day 10-11 San Pedro de Atacama

Considered the driest desert of the World, sometimes without rains for more than 400 years, visit the expectacular Valley of the Moon. Optional excursion includes biking and horse back riding.

Day 12-13 Serena

Cross the Atacama desert by local bus, hang out and chill out around La Serena, surf, bars,  discos and await for you in this beach town.

Day 14, 15 – Santiago

This city is known for its vineyards, museums, ski resorts  and great coffee houses, locally known like café con piernas.

Day 16

Departure day.

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