Trip Length 245 Trip Code EX - MAD - 17
Tour Group 20 - 40 Age Range 18+

Alaska to Brazil: Tour Information

This epic 35 week budget overland trip is being run for the last time in 2017, so book early and secure your place on one of the world’s last true adventures! On this expedition you will visit iconic sights as well as remote areas of North, Central and South America, so travel with us from the Arctic to the Antarctic and end at the greatest show on earth – Rio Carnaval!

In total, you will visit 19 countries on this madventure including USA, Canada, Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Brazil.

Our proposed itinerary is here to give you an idea of where we will be going and what we will be doing during this expedition. This itinerary is the ideal route we would like to take providing all political and natural situations are acceptable during the time of our travels. Situations sometimes change during an expedition so please be prepared to take an alternative route in the event we encounter any problems. It’s all part of the adventure!

WEEK 5, 6 & 7, USA
WEEK 8, 9 & 10, MEXICO
WEEK 17, PANAMA (and break to allow shipping of our truck)
WEEK 22, 23 & 24, PERU
WEEK 25 & 26, BOLIVIA (and a taste of ARGENTINA)
WEEK 27, 28 & 29, CHILE
WEEK 30, 31 & 32, ARGENTINA (and a few extra bits of CHILE)



Alaska To Brazil Itinerary


The natural splendour and abundant wildlife make Alaska the perfect place to start our expedition through the Americas.

Anchorage is our meeting point and is Alaska’s only true city, but even here wild moose still chomp through suburban flower beds and graze alongside the highways.

A short drive away the tiny port town of Whittier is set impressively amongst mountains, glaciers and a glistening fjord from where we have the chance to explore the Prince William Sound by cruise boat. Breaching humpback whales, pods of orcas, porpoises, seals and sea otters are all commonplace here as well as over 200 species of birds. Keep an eye out for grizzly bears on the shore!

A thousand lakes and tundra capped hills line our way to the wonderful Denali National Park, alive with browsing bears, lone wolves and herds of grazing moose and caribou. We base ourselves here for a couple of days allowing time to explore the magnificent hiking and biking trails on offer.

We feel that our journey through Alaska would be incomplete without a visit to the far north so we continue on to the town of Fairbanks where we prepare and provision ourselves for the Dalton Highway. This desolate road has been made famous by the ‘Ice road truckers’ and will take us into the arctic circle, onto the tundra and up to the town of Prudhoe Bay where you have the option to take a tour around the US’s most productive oil fields. This northern route has proved to be a wildlife viewing highlight with grizzly bears, musk ox, arctic fox, caribou, moose and black bears spotted regularly.

Returning to the south we find the quirky settlement of Chicken. Fewer than 20 people reside here but travellers are well catered for at their infamous bar. Remember ‘What happens in Chicken stays in Chicken!’

The Top Of The World Highway now takes us east to Canada.


Our first stop in Canada is Dawson City, made famous by the Klondike Gold Rush and once home to the author Jack London (his original house is now a museum you can visit). The town remains evocative of its past and a day is easily spent lounging around the wild–west bars that offer live music and can-can girls!

From here the Klondike Highway takes us along a wonderful road running through almost utter wilderness (8 black bears spotted in one day on this route) where bush-camping is glorious.

The river and mountain landscapes of the Skeena Valley now take us south towards the Canadian Rockies. Jasper N.P. offers us wonderful hiking and stunning camping amidst craggy peaks and the world’s 2nd largest glacier-fed lake, Maligne.

Banff N.P. is good for rafting, kayaking, fishing, wildlife viewing, walking and hot springs. Lake Louise is the picture-perfect lake that has to be seen to be believed!

WEEK 5, 6 & 7, USA

We continue on to Yellowstone NP, prime Grizzly Bear country! Bison are also common around here. This park accommodates more than half the world’s geysers which put on an amazing display, the most famous being ‘Old Faithful’.

Just south of here we enter Grand Teton NP, a fantastic surprise with great camping, crystal lakes and dramatic jagged peaks. Wildlife is also abundant here.

A day’s drive away is Salt Lake City, the Mormon’s H.Q., offering us a good insight into the way of life around here.

Not far away we have the opportunity to visit Arches NP and Canyonlands NP, both with spectacular scenery and wonderful hiking trails. It is in this regions canyons that Aaron Ralston famously hacked off his own hand to free himself after getting it trapped by a boulder. He wrote a great book about it which is worth reading before heading off into the canyons.

We continue on to the fabulous Bryce Canyon N.P. Hiking through the canyons and Grand Staircases (a series of step-like uplifted rock layers) is amazing with pink cliff formations, wondrous pinnacles and points, steeples and spires, cliffs and crevices and odd formations known as hoodoos, all well worth exploring.

Crossing into Arizona we arrive at the Grand Canyon and marvel at this massive slice carved into the desert floor. The multi-coloured rocks and cliffs are best appreciated by hiking down to the canyon floor from the south rim where you get to camp overnight alongside the Colorado River.

On our way to Las Vegas we have the chance to visit the Hoover Dam where we can take a fascinating tour through one of the world’s tallest dams. A short drive away we enter Nevada and reach the gambling capital of the world, Las Vegas. Whether you gamble or not, this city is an oasis of bright lights that should not be missed.

WEEK 8, 9 & 10, MEXICO

Our journey down to Los Mochis takes us through magnificent desert landscapes where you have the option of partaking in an epic train journey, the famous Chihuahua al Pacifico, which takes you through the spectacular scenery of the Sierra Madre and Copper Canyon before reaching the small town of Creel where you have a day to explore the area before returning to the coast.

Winding roads with vertical sided canyons now lead us up into the beautiful colonial heartland of Mexico where we pass through numerous sleepy towns en-route to the pleasant and lively town of Zacatecas. This compact cobble-stoned town offers historic churches, convents and ruins making a pleasant day’s outing.

The ruins of Teotihuacan are our next stop and are mysterious relics of an ancient civilisation. This site also contains the world’s 3rd largest Pyramid.

From ancient to modern we now reach the capital, Mexico City. This busy metropolis is filled with a rich history and pulsates with energy making it well worth a few days exploration.

Cactus-filled valleys and wide open plains lead us to the charming city Oaxaca, a mixture of colonial glory and indigenous market-places. This world heritage site is crammed full of culture with wonderful museums, churches and markets. The surrounding area offers inspiring archaeology in the form of the Monte Alban Ruins, featuring pyramids, terraces, tombs, staircases and sculptures, all remnants of the ancient capital of the Zapotec culture.

We now head for the Chiapas highlands and the Sumidero Canyon where you can take an exhilarating boat ride through the steep sided cliffs giving you the chance to pass by several waterfalls, enter caves and even pass by some quite large crocodiles.

The quaint town of San Pedro de las Casas is close by and a real relic of the past. A day spent here is great fun.

We continue on to Palenque, perhaps the most beautiful of all the Maya ruins in Mexico. Set amongst lush jungle the ruins are a warren of exploration and will keep your camera busy all day.

We now head into the Yucatan Peninsula and visit the ruins of Chichen Itza before reaching the famous beach resort town of Cancun where we have time to enjoy the white sand beaches and fine restaurants lining the waterfront.


We enter this small country from the north and our first stop is at Orange River. A boat trip through the jungle here will afford you the opportunity to see crocodiles, iguanas, turtles, coati, howler monkeys and plenty of birds but the real adventure is arriving at the Lamanai ruins hidden in the dense jungle at the end of the boat journey.

Belize City will be our next base where you have the option to explore the beautiful Caribbean-style island cayes just offshore. This is a fantastic spot for diving and fishing. Those who stay on the mainland can visit the close-by baboon sanctuary or just laze on the beach.

Moving inland we find a wonderful sanctuary protecting the native jaguars, pumas, snakes, monkeys, crocodiles, tapirs and more.


We enter Guatemala in the lush lowland jungles where we can explore the once lost Mayan cities and pyramids of Tikal that lie hidden beneath the tree canopy.

Narrow jungle roads now lead us south through beautiful scenery of sheer-sided hills and thatched roof homes offering us an insight into the real Guatemala.

These central highlands lead us to Lake Atitlan, commonly referred to as the Most Beautiful Lake in the World. The two volcanoes and numerous traditional villages that surround the lake are best explored by boats which traverse the lake daily. The colourful market town of Chichicastenango is also close by offering some bargain buys and interesting Maya Shrines.

Continuing east we reach the charming town of Antigua. Cobbled streets, colonial architecture and friendly faces make this a great place to chill out for a while.

From here we wind our way through coffee plantations to the pacific coast and El Salvador.


Crossing into this lively and perhaps most friendly of the Central American countries we follow the coastline and base ourselves at the surf beaches close to La Libertad where surfing and fishing are the order of the day.

The capital San Salvador is a lively place where we have a day to explore this once war-torn city.

A short drive away we reach Suchitoto, a treasured colonial town and buzzing cultural centre with good hikes to nearby waterfalls.

Following the Lempa Valley east we pass by small towns and dramatic volcanoes into the area that was disputed during the civil war. The town of Perquin was once the guerilla’s capital but is now a peaceful place with an interesting war museum and fantastic surrounding scenery.


We head straight for the wonderful Bahia de Honduras where we base ourselves at a camp on the north coast close to La Ceiba. From here you have the option of visiting the nearby Bay Islands where the diving is spectacular. White sandy beaches, coconut palms and gentle sea breezes typify these islands and the clear waters, rich reefs and intriguing underwater caves make this an idyllic location to undertake a dive course. Actually, this is possibly the cheapest place in the world to do an open water course.

Those who choose to stay ashore can keep busy with jungle trekking and boat tours.

From here we now leave the coast and follow the back roads through the countryside and get a real appreciation of Honduras’ fabulous landscapes en-route to the Nicaraguan border.


The colonial town of Leon is our first stop and is base camp to the world’s only volcano boarding tours. It is definitely a black run!

Winding our way through coffee plantations and pine forests we skirt past Lake Managua and arrive at Volcan Masaya, one of Central America’s most active volcanoes. Situated in a National Park the area offers great hiking around 2 volcanoes, 5 craters and a beautiful lake.

Our next stop is the charming city of Granada, situated on the shores of the vast Lake Nicaragua. The city’s cobbled streets and laid-back attitude make it a great place to hang out for a while. From here we can explore the lakes volcanic Ometepe Island. The lake itself is amazing in that it is a freshwater lake full of saltwater fish that exist in no other lake in the world.


The pristine cloud-forests of Monteverde are our first stop where hanging bridges offer dramatic walks through the jungle canopy. For those seeking more adrenalin you can even go ‘Sky Trekking’ (flying by zip wire through the forest).

We continue inland and marvel at Volcan Arenal, Central America’s most active and perfectly formed volcano. From our base here in La Fortuna you have the option of undertaking numerous wonderful excursions including volcano trekking, sky trekking, turtle watching, boat tours through pristine jungle, rappelling, bungy jumping and wildlife watching tours.

Back down on the Pacific coast our last stop in Costa Rica is at the well-renowned Manuel Antonio beach where you have the option of spending the day in Manuel Antonio N.P. with plenty of wildlife and pristine beaches on offer.

WEEK 17, PANAMA (and break to allow shipping of our truck)

We head directly for Panama City, the capital, where the world’s greatest shortcut and engineering marvel, ‘The Big Ditch’ or Panama Canal is something that has to be seen to be believed.

As the road ends shortly after Panama City it is from here that we must ship our expedition vehicle to Colombia. We estimate that the shipping and customs should take about 1 week to complete so this is a good opportunity to have a break from the truck and head out on your own for a while. Sailing on a yacht from Panama to Colombia via the San Blas Islands is a popular option. Whatever you choose to do we will meet back up in Cartagena approximately 1 week after Panama.


We meet our truck at the port town of Cartagena on the Caribbean coast. Legendary for both its outstanding beauty and fascinating history, this town really is a living museum of colonial Spanish architecture and is well worth a few days exploration.

We now move south to the vibrant and modern city of Medellin where we have the chance to explore Pablo Escobar’s old stomping ground! Thankfully these day the cartel are not as prolific. This is a party town and the nightlife is fantastic.

Further south we reach Cali, also a wonderful city and the launch pad for anyone wanting to visit the enchanting island of Gorgona, a unique natural wonder which is home to some diverse wildlife found nowhere else on earth.

A spectacular and challenging road now leads us on to a perfectly preserved pearl of colonial architecture known as the White City, Popayan. This is a laid-back town where kicking back in a sidewalk café or trekking to the thermal hot springs is a great way to pass the day.


Slightly north of the equator our first stop in Ecuador is the colourful market town of Otavalo where traders flock to from as far away as Colombia to wear their goods. Everything and anything can be found here including wonderful traditional crafts.

The lively city of Quito is next offering us sumptuous cuisine and great nightlife.

Dropping out of the Andes we enter pristine Amazon jungle where you have the option to partake in an Amazon Jungle excursion. Those who opt for the jungle trip will be staying at the beautiful Shangri-la Lodge with commanding views of the rainforests and river systems. Tubing, bat-caving and waterfall climbing are interesting day outings from here or just lazing in a hammock enjoying the view is acceptable.

Those who opt not to take the jungle excursion can enjoy the region’s activities such as kayaking and hiking from our base in the small jungle town of Tena.

Further up the road we reach Banos, a great little town alive with adventurous excursions. Horse riding, canyoning, mountain biking, rafting and kicking back in the hot springs are all on offer here. You also have the option to ride atop the famous train that takes you through a series of spectacular switchbacks known as the Devil’s Nose.

The colonial air of the town Cuenca is our well preserved last stop in Ecuador. Try the succulent Cuy (roasted guinea pig), it’s fantastic!

WEEK 22, 23 & 24, PERU

The northern beaches of Peru are our first stop with great fishing and wonderful water sports. It is a tradition we spit-roast a pig on the beach here!

Further south we travel through the Peruvian desert and arrive at Chan Chan ruins. These vast and unusually decorated crumbling ruins of the imperial city of the Chimu domains make it the largest adobe city in the world. This area also boasts fascinating pyramids and temples well worth a day’s exploration. We continue on to Lima for a taste of bustling city life and a look into Peru’s history in the fabulous museums.

A little further south we visit the National Marine Reserve of Paracas. From here you can boat out to the Ballestas Islands which are home to thousands of seabirds and hundreds of sea-lions.

The mysterious Nasca Lines are our next attraction where an exhilarating flight reveals pictures of whales, monkeys, spiders and even spacemen made of stones laid out on the desert floor. These pictures still baffle archaeologists as to how they were made without having the benefit of aerial supervision.

The mummified remains of ancient tribesmen also litter the area and back down on the coast we visit Cusco’s pre-Columbian port, Puerto Inca. This excellent site is in good condition and the beach camping is great.

We now climb up into the Andes and spend a couple of days in the charming city of Arequipa (2500m). Besides giving ourselves time to acclimatise the town boasts beautiful churches and plazas, mouth-watering cuisine and lively markets.

Continuing upwards into the heart of the Andes we reach the small town of Chivay, where you have the option to go Condor viewing in one of the deepest canyons in the world. Condors ride the early morning thermals and fly by at eye level giving us great photo opportunities. For those of you who do not want to visit the condors, you have the option to relax in Chivay’s therapeutic hot-springs.

A rough track now takes us through tiny villages and awesome high altitude scenery before we emerge into the ancient Inca capital of Cusco. This tourist Mecca is abuzz with energy and it’s beautiful squares, plentiful nightlife and wonderful restaurants make it a great place to explore and live it up a little!

It is also from here that you will start one of your greatest optional excursions, the Inca Trail. This exhilarating 4-day walk lives up to its reputation and ends at one of the world’s most beautiful sites, Machu Picchu.

Our last stop in Peru is at the small town of Puno situated on the shores of Lake Titicaca, the world’s highest navigable lake.

Here you have the option of visiting the nearby floating reed islands where you can meet some of the native inhabitants, many whom have never set foot on land!

WEEK 25 & 26, BOLIVIA (and a taste of ARGENTINA)

La Paz, the highest capital city in the world, is our first impressive stop lying at the bottom of a huge canyon and surrounded by mountains. The city also boasts the world’s highest golf course and ski slopes. The city itself is a lively place with nearly every inch of street space taken up by native women in bowler hats and voluminous skirts squatted down selling everything from fake designer labels to coca leaves. There is even a witches market where you can find dried llama foetuses, magical love potions and an array of other weird and wonderful stuff. This city will leave you reeling!

A day’s drive away is another gem of a town named Potosi. This is the highest city in the world at over 4000m and was once the wealthiest city in the world due to its prolific silver mines. The mines still operate and you can take a tour into their depths through a series of tunnels and shafts. At the end of the tour you can even buy dynamite and have a go at your own excavation.

We continue on to the tumbleweed town of Uyuni where you have the option to visit the area’s large salt flats in a 4×4 jeep.

Travelling on we reach Tupiza. The drive through flowing river beds and deep red canyons give the area a distinctly wild-west feel where horse riding, mountain biking and hiking are popular day trips.

Crossing into Argentina we drop out of the altitude and reach the town of Salta. This welcome taste of civilisation gives you the opportunity to sample a world famous Argentinian steak as well as a fine red wine. The more adventurous have the chance to go rafting.

Dirt tracks skirting salt flats and volcanoes now lead us over the Andes and into Chile.

WEEK 27, 28 & 29, CHILE

We drop steeply out of the Andes into our first Chilean town of San Pedro de Atacama, located in the world’s driest desert. This dusty frontier town is straight out of a spaghetti western and the relatively low altitude brings a welcome change in weather.

Desert meets the ocean and we follow a coastal route taking in the magnificent scenery with great beach camps. Here we buy our seafood straight from the fishing boats and enjoy the stunning beaches of Pan de Azucar N.P. from where boat trips are on offer to explore the rich sea-life of otters, seals, sea lions and birds.

Further south we reach the capital city, Santiago. The city’s tree-lined streets and wonderful architecture create a serene atmosphere but dig a little deeper and you discover a vibrant social scene. Huge coffee bars, tiny rock bars, sumptuous cuisine at restaurants like the ‘Fat Cow’ and streets crammed full of late night dance clubs all make Santiago unforgettable.

As we continue south we notice a distinct change of scenery as the desert gives way to beautiful turquoise lakes and pine clad mountainsides. Pucon is a small Swiss-like lakeside town where we base ourselves for a few days to enjoy the area’s water sports and hiking. The really adventurous have the chance to trek up the volcano Villarica!

Southern Chile is the beginning of our awesome journey along the Camino Austral, an area likened to Alaska and New Zealand’s south island. Here we will find great bush-camps amongst numerous National Parks.

Futaleufu is our first stop here and is a world-class destination for fishing, kayaking and whitewater rafting, and actually boasts having the world’s most dangerous river.

Our route south is a wild domain of steep-sided fjords, rushing rivers, evergreen forests, creeping glaciers and high volcanic peaks. The town of Coihaque is our friendly base for a couple of days allowing time to explore the area’s attractions, including the amazing San Rafael Glacier, reached only by boat or aeroplane.

Settlements now become few and far apart as we bush camp our way south, around the gorgeous shores of Lago General Carrera and head for Argentina.

WEEK 30, 31 & 32, ARGENTINA (and a few extra bits of CHILE)

We are now in Patagonia, land of the raging winds. Our next stop is at the charming town of El Calafate. This will be our base from where you have the option to visit the incredible Perito Moreno glacier. Breathtaking boat trips through the glacial waterways and glacier trekking are also popular excursions.

Across the border again we visit Chile’s Torres del Payne NP. Our idyllic campsite next to a turquoise glacial lake affords us great views of the jagged mountain peaks towering skywards. The hiking is once again stunning and a great way to see guanaco up close.

We now cross the Magellan Strait and enter Tierra del Fuego, largely a land of windswept bleakness but harbouring some fantastic little treasures. The End Of The World town of Ushuaia, dramatically located between huge mountains and the icy Beagle Channel, is our base for exploring the regions trekking, kayaking, fishing, boat cruising and of course, great bars and restaurants. This is also the closest land point to Antarctica.

Back on the mainland we now start our journey north through Patagonia and the most barren and windswept landscape that you will probably ever encounter. Good river and surf fishing abound but that is about all until we reach the Valdes Peninsula, one of the planet’s most significant marine reserves. This area is home to thousands upon thousands of sea lions, elephant seals and penguins. Preying upon all these are the magnificent orcas and (if you are lucky enough) their beach attacks are a spectacle not to be missed.

Hugging the Atlantic coastline we continue north up to the Argentinian capital, Buenos Aires. If you are not a city person, this is probably the city that will change your mind. Glorious architecture, wide tree-lined streets and open-air Tango shows are but a few of the city’s attributes. Culturally, this is the place to be with exquisite restaurants, interesting museums and fabulous music concerts. Whatever your heart desires you will find it in Buenos Aires!


Uruguay is one of South America’s best kept secrets. The broad cobbled streets of the historic Colonia del Sacramento is a world away from the busy streets of Buenos Aires and is a relaxing first stop here.

Further east we reach the capital Montevideo, a pleasant city with a great food market where you can dine on seafood and meats prepared by butchers and fishermen in the heart of a market frenzy.

The beaches of Punta del Este are our next stop and are amongst the best on the continent.

The thermal pools of Salto are our final destination here before returning to Argentina and Paraguay.


We now enter a vast system of wetlands known as the Esteros del Ibera. This is Argentina’s ‘Pantanal’ where we get to experience close-up observation of wildlife such as caiman, capybara, marsh deer, howler monkeys, boas, the rare maned wolf and over 300 species of birds.

We now cross the border into Paraguay where our first stop is at the friendly town of Trinidad. Here you will have the opportunity to explore the nearby ruins of Jesuit Missions and/or enjoy a day horse-riding.

Further north we reach the lively capital of Asuncion, blissfully located on the banks of the Rio Paraguay. The city is full of bustling markets selling everything from cheap electronic equipment to Paraguayan fast-food and also boasts some wonderful museums and intricate architecture.

On our journey east we get a flavour of the Paraguayan countryside before crossing the border into Brazil.


Foz do Iguacu waterfalls are perhaps the most impressive in the world being more than 3 km wide and 80 m high with 275 falls plunging and crashing off a series of tiers. Power boating around the falls is a must if you don’t mind getting wet. We spend a couple of days here giving you the opportunity to explore the falls from both the Brazilian and Argentinian side. Helicopter rides can give you a bird’s eye view of the falls and if you enjoy a bit of nightlife the popular Brazilian theme evening is a great way to see the capoeira dancers (martial arts dancing) and sample the famous Brazilian ‘churrascaria’, a meat lovers feast!

We now head for to the beautiful Brazilian coast where we camp at the colonial village of Parati. Here the steep jungled mountains seem to leap into a sea filled with hundreds of islands and jutting peninsulas. Mobile one-man bars wander the cobbled streets mixing up caipirinhas to cool down weary travellers returning from the islands. The place is quite simply idyllic!

A couple of days relaxing in Parati puts us in good stead for the non-stop party we are about to attend in Rio de Janeiro. The city is absolutely effervescent and the atmosphere is electric! Days can be enjoyed on the beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana and wild nights can be spent dancing at the Sambadrome.

Pao de Acucar and Cristo Redentor offer unparalleled views of what is known locally as the Marvellous City and makes a fitting final destination for an incredible journey from Alaska to Brazil Overland!

Alaska to Brazil Optional excursions


Prince William Sound boat trip £90

Prudhoe bay oilfield tour £25

Canoes (per hour), Grand Teton NP £10

Flight over Grand Canyon (30 minutes) £50


Columbia Icefields tour, Rockies £15


Copper Canyon train journey, Los Mochis £30

Monte Alban ruins, Oaxaca £5

Teotihuacan ruins £5

Sumidero Canyon boat trip £10

Palenque Mayan ruins £5

Chichen Itza ruins £5

Cable car ride, Zacatecas £5


Lamanai ruins boat excursion £30

Islands of Belize, per day (max. 3 days) £20

Belize animal sanctuary £5


Tikal ruins £5

El Salvador

Fishing trip – 3 hours £12

Surfing lessons (per hour) £6


Bay Islands, per day (max. 3 days)  £25

Diving, Bay Islands (per dive) £20

La Ceiba day trek £15


Volcano-boarding £12

Volcano-trekking £20

Costa Rica

Sky-trekking zip-wire tour £20

Jungle canopy trek £20

Volcano and hot springs tour £20

Manuel Antonio NP entry fee £7


Boat trip through canal locks £70

Sailing trip from Panama to Colombia – 5 days £350


Cartagena boat trip to nearby islands and ruins £20

Popayan hot springs £6


3 day Amazon jungle excursion, Tena £100

White water rafting, Tena £35

Horse riding (per hour), Banos £8

Mountain biking, Banos £15

Canyoning and rapelling, Banos £35

Nariz del Diablo train ride £10


Chan Chan ruins entry fee, Huanchaco £5

Ballestas Islands boat tour, Paracas £10

Nazca lines flight £30

Colca Canyon condor viewing £20

Cusco museum pass £15

Sacred valley tour, Cusco £15

White water rafting, Cusco £25

Inca trail and Machu Picchu £250

Lake Titicaca islands day trip £7

Lake Titicaca islands overnight stay £20


Mountain bike world’s most dangerous road £40

Silver mine tour, Potosi £15

Uyuni Salt Lake day tour £30

Tupiza adventure day (horse riding, trekking, biking) £30


Wine tasting tour, Santiago £30

Villarica volcano climb, Pucon £40

Horse riding (per hour), Pucon £10

Trout fishing day trip, Pucon £50

White water rafting, Futaleufu £35

San Rafael Glacier flight £150


White water rafting, Salta £40

Moreno Glacier day trip, El Calafate £30

Moreno Glacier trek, El Calafate £50

Beagle Channel boat trip, Ushuaia £20

Tierra del Fuego hike £10

Esteros del Ibera wetlands tour £10

Iguazu Falls entry fee £5


Iguacu Falls entry fee £5

Helicopter flight over Iguacu Falls £45

Parati boat day trip £15

Sambadrome carnival ticket, Rio de Janeiro £30

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