Durch die Anden von La Paz nach Santiago
- Kosten Sie lokal produzierten Wein in Cafayate
- Möglichkeit zur Erkundung der Pampas mit dem Pferd
- Gaumenschmaus mit traditionell argentinischem Barbecue
- Bunte Farben und Kultur von La Paz
- Faszination Salar de Uyuni
- Termine & Preise
21 Tage Bolivien · Argentinien · Chile
- Tourcode: 122Y60268
- Teilnehmer (min./max.): 4 - 22
- Mindestalter: 18 Jahre
- Hinweis zur Mindestteilnehmerzahl
Erkunden Sie Südamerika und reisen Sie durch Bolivien, Argentinien und Chile auf dieser unvergesslichen Abenteuerreise im Overlandtruck. Sie treffen auf freundliche Einheimische und entdecken die reiche Kultur und verblüffenden Landschaften dieser bemerkenswerten Region. Unsere Tour beginnt im hochgelegenen La Paz und führt durch einige von Boliviens spektakulärsten Landschaften wie die sensationellen Salzebenen des Salar de Uyuni und die feuerrote Laguna Colorada. In Argentinien können Sie sich einige der exzellenten Weine in Cafayate gönnen, die Pampas vom Pferderücken erkunden und ein traditionelles Barbecue genießen. Lassen Sie die entspannte Atmosphäre Mendozas auf sich wirken, bevor Sie mit Santiago Ihre letzte Station erreichen. Diese fantastische Tour ist der perfekte Weg, um das Beste dieser wunderschönen und vielseitigen Region von Südamerika kennen zu lernen.Tag 1-2: La Paz
Tag 3: Ojo del Inca
Tag 4: Potosi
Tag 5: Uyuni
Tag 6: Salar De Uyuni
Tag 7: Bolivianisches Altiplano
Tag 8-9: San Pedro De Atacama
Tag 10-11: Salta
Tag 12: Cafayate
Tag 13: Quilmes Ruinen
Tag 14-16: Rio Ceballos
Tag 17-19: Mendoza
Tag 20-21: Santiago
Leistungen enthaltenSüdamerika Rundreise gemäß Programm, Transport, Unterkunft und Mahlzeiten wie beschrieben, Aktivitäten und Ausflüge gemäß Reiseverlauf
Leistungen nicht enthaltenInternationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar), nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke, Flughafentransfers, Flughafen- und Ausreisesteuern, Reiseversicherung, persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgeld, Vor- und Nachübernachtungen zur Tour, optionale Ausflüge/Aktivitäten
5x Camping (mit Ausstattung)
2x Buschcamp (keine Ausstattung)
Die Unterbringung erfolgt in Doppel- und ggf. Mehrbettzimmer bzw. geräumigen Zwei-Personen-Zelten. Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer / Zelt mit Mitreisenden gleichen Geschlechts. Die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer ist auf dieser Tour nicht möglich.
VerpflegungAlle Mahlzeiten während des Campings inklusive.
Es sind keine weiteren Mahlzeiten enthalten. Dies soll Ihnen die größtmögliche Flexibilität bei der Wahl der Mahlzeiten und die Möglichkeit geben die einheimische Küche des bereisten Landes kennenzulernen. Bitte planen Sie ca. USD315 für zusätzliche Mahlzeiten und Getränke mit ein.
TourbegleitungEnglischsprachige Reiseleitung (2 Crewmitglieder)
Ihre Reiseleitung ist das Salz in der Suppe. Ausgefallene und ausgefeilte Reiseprogramme allein nützen nichts - es sind die Reiseleiter, die der Reise den besonderen "WOW"-Faktor verleihen. Vom Anfang bis zum Ende der Tour sind sie für Sie da und gewähren Einblicke, die in keinem Reiseführer stehen.
TransportartLKW / Truck
Zusätzliche ÜbernachtungenBitte kontaktieren Sie uns - wir beraten Sie gerne.
FlughafentransferBitte kontaktieren Sie uns - wir beraten Sie gerne.
Optionale Ausflüge / ZusatzleistungenLA PAZ:
Golfen - USD100
Mountain Biking auf der La Paz bacg Coroico Road USD55
Chacaltaya & Moon Valley Tour - USD16
Tiawanaku Tour - USD25
Coca Museum - BOB8
SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA:
Observatorium - USD35
Rafting - ARS275
Cable Car - USD6
Weingut - ARS105
Mountain Biking - USD20
Rafting - ARS145
Cerro San Cristobal Seilbahn - CLP1800
Miguel Torres Weingut mit Verkostung - CLP5000
Condor Trip (halbtags) - CLP19000
Bitte beachten Sie, dass sich die angegebenen Preise/Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.
if you are joining in La Paz, you will most likely enter Bolivia at La Paz El Alto International Airport.
Welcome to La Paz, Bolivia’s seat of government and the highest administrative
capital in the world! There will be an important group meeting at 6:00pm at the joining hotel - please look out at the hotel reception for a note from your leader with more details about this important meeting.
On the following day we will have a free day to explore the city or take part in optional activities.
In La Paz we will stay in a good hotel in the historical centre.
Hotel for the night: Estrella Andina
Avenida Illampu 716
Zona El Rosario
Tel - +591 2245 6421
About La Paz:
Bolivia's largest city, La Paz lies huddled in a canyon basin, hiding from the harsh conditions of the surrounding altiplano. It is a fascinating city; the old town and more expensive neightbourhoods at the bottom of the canyon in the centre, surrounded by sprawling shantytowns which extend up the slopes of the
bowl, merging into "El Alto" back on the plains, a suburb of La Paz that has grown to be a city in it's own right. The city skyline is dominated by the snow-capped peaks of Mount Illimani, a staggeringly beautiful back-drop that leaves many visitors stunned when then catch their first glimpse of the city as they descend into the canyon. The old
town is full of markets and winding cobbled streets full of people selling anything and everything you could ever think of. Different areas of the city have established markets selling things you'd expect like food and flower, and also things you've probably never seen before - check out the dried llama foetuses on sale in the witches market (Bolivian's believe that burying one of these in the foundations of your home will ensure prosperity and good fortune)
There are plenty of other activities to do in La Paz, from playing a round at the highest golf course in the Americas, skiing at an absurdly high height, or trekking and gravity assisted bike rides through the Yungas. You can also
arrange excursuibs ti Mount Chacaltaya and Moon Valley where you can take in the superlative mountain views. Another option is to visit the Tihuanacu Ruins which are a short journey away close to the Peruvian border. The city is also full of impressive churches and museums, including one dedicated to the history of the Coca plant. Please be aware that you may not be able to do all these activities during the time you will have in La Paz at the start or finish of your trip with Dragoman, so you may want to consider allowing some extra time here.
- Round of golf - USD100
- Mountain Biking on La Paz to Coroico Road, La Paz - USD55
- Chacaltaya & Moon Valley Tour - USD16
- Tiawanaku tour - USD25
- Coca Museum - BOB8
Hotel (2 nts)
Day 3 Ojo del Inca
Today we will leave La Paz and head to Ojo del Inca, the eye of an extinct volcano and a natural hot spring. In Ojo del Inca we will camp by the hot springs.
Estimated Drive Time - 9 hours (please note that all drive times given here are approximate estimates only and are given with the best intentions - however please be aware that the drive times are heavily dependent on traffic, road conditions, weather, police roadblocks, and many other factors - flexibility is
essential on any overland trip!).
- Cerro Rico Mine Tour - BOB100
- Casa de la Moneda - BOB40
Hotel (1 nt)
Day 4 Potosi
Today we will head to the colonial mining town of Potosi, the highest town in the world, and once famous for the area's abundance of silver! We will have free time to explore Potosi, and there will be a chance to visit the infamous silver mines of Cerro Rico near to the town.
In Potosi we will stay in a friendly local hotel. which is a great place to learn more about Potosi's history and the story of the mines
Estimated Drive Time - 30 minutes.
Potosi is a colonial mining town, founded in the sixteenth century after the Spanish discovered huge silver deposits in the nearby Cerro Rico mountain. Situated at over 4000m altitude, high up on the Bolivian altiplano the city can claim to be one of the highest in the world. Whilst in Potosi you can arrange to visit a mine that is still being worked, which offers a challenging and yet fascinating insight into how mining has shaped the history and culture of this town. Entering a dark maze of tunnels you will descend to four levels below, down to the work face where miners use hammers, chisels and dynamite more reminiscent of the 1800's than the 21st century to dig out the remaining metal. Most of the silver here is long gone - it's tin the miners are looking for now.
If you do choose to head down into the mines it's become a custom to take the miners gifts of dynamite, fuses and cocoa leaves in exchange for their stories of how their working conditions have not changed in centuries. Life is harsh for all who work here but the mines have now all been organised into co-operatives and so at least today the men have a say in their own future. You should note that visiting these primitive mines is not for everybody as it is pretty tiring, you will be in enclosed spaces and it can be dangerous.
Back in the city of Potosi itself, the winding streets are worth a wander. The town has a bit of an air of fading grandeur, many of it's beautiful colonial buildings and plazas having seen better days, but it's a fascinating place to
explore nevertheless. You can also visit the "Casa de la Moneda", the old mint.
Hotel (1 nt)
Day 5 Uyuni
Today we will drive south to Uyuni, the gateway to the incredible salt flats of the Salar de Uyuni. In Uyuni we will stay in a friendly hotel, famous for serving the highest pizzas in the world!
Estimated Drive Time - 4 hours.
Arriving in Uyuni feels a bit like you've reached the end of the road, which in
many ways is true. This remote small town sits on the edge of the high altiplano, a wilderness that extends for hundreds of kilometres towards the border with Argentina and Chile. So it's hardly surprising that the town can have a bit of a wild-west feel about it. Affectionately nicknamed 'La Huja Predilecta de Bolivia', which means "Bolivia's favourite daughter", Uyuni is perhaps best known for its proximity to the Bolivian salt flats known locally as the "Salar de Uyuni". Also in the area and definitely worth a visit is the Cementario de Trenes, a graveyard for the carcasses of old steam engines that have been left here to rust, an unwordly and eerie sight set in the bright altiplano sunshine, set against the background of the distant Salar.
- Jeep tour of Uyuni Salt Flats
Hotel (1 nt)
Day 6 Salar De Uyuni
Today we will venture out onto the salt flats of the Salar de Uyuni, spending a full day exploring this phenomenal location by jeep and on foot. En route we will explore the nearby train graveyard and the cactus-filled 'Fish Island', and take all the time we need to get plenty of perspective-bending photographs!
About Salar De Uyuni:
The Bolivian Salt Flats are a truly unforgettable sight, this is a landscape quite unlike anything you're likely to ever have seen before. The Salar de Uyuni is a dry lake of over 12,000 sq kms made of blinding white interlocking salt crystals. It is Bolivia's largest salt pan and when there's a little water on the flats, it reflects the bright blue sky of the altiplano perfectly, acting like a mirror and making the horizon disappear. The effect is positively eerie. When dry, the Salar becomes a blinding white expanse that stretches for miles and miles, as far as the eye can see.
On the edge of the flats, local workers carve blocks of salt by hand for processing in nearby antiquated factories, covered head to toe in old rags to keep their bodies protected from the harsh conditions. Then when you head out
onto the Salar proper, you'll experience this unique "nothingness" of this unusual landscape. Miles and miles of bright white salt. Bizarrely there is a hotel situated out on the flats, where everything is made completely of salt from the walls to the furniture.
Bush camp (no facilities) (1 nt)
Day 7 Bolivian Altiplano
Today we will head off across the wilds of the Bolivian altiplano, a surreal and desolate desert landscape that stretches all the way to the Chilean border. We will visit the spectacular coloured lakes of Laguna Colorado and Laguna Verde en route. In the Bolivian Altiplano we will stay in a basic mountain refuge.
Estimated Drive Time - 8 hours.
About Bolivian Altiplano:
The high Bolivian altiplano stretches hundreds of kilometres from the small town of Uyuni out across to the borders with Argentina and Chile. This is real wilderness, there are no roads up here, just a few tracks to follow and you're more likely to see a flamingo or llama than another human being. The only way to cross the altiplano is by travelling in a specialist expedition vehicle like one of our trucks, or local jeeps. The crossing is an adventurous one, with no roads to speak of it's rough travelling and the trip from Uyuni to the border normally takes a couple of days - but it's without a doubt one of the most unforgettable journeys you'll ever make, because the landscape here is out of this world.
Wild and remote, the high altiplano is barren semi desert, but impressive nonetheless. The open plains are dotted by streams and lakes, many of which appear vividly coloured, due to the mineral deposits in the water. In the background the lakes are flanked by the impressive volcanic peaks of the high Bolivian Andes, awe-inspiringly beautiful and undoubtedly some of the most spectacular mountain scenery you'll have ever seen. You'll also pass a few remote villages, Quechua farmers who try their best to eke out a living up here from the rough pasture, grazing a few llamas and alpacas.
The altitude here is considerable and it n be very cold and windy. When travelling here you should be prepared for the cold temperatures and it is worth making sure you have a really good quality sleeping bag.
Hotel (1 nt)
Days 8-9 San Pedro De Atacama
Exit Bolivia at Uyuni, enter Chile at San Pedro de Atacama.
Today we set off early from our altiplano refuge, cross the remainder of the Bolivian Altiplano, and then descend all the way into the Atacama desert.
Estimated Drive Time - 8 hours.
On the following day we will have a free day to explore the incredible highlights of the Atacama desert surrounding San Pedro. In the evening we will take an included trip out to the extraordinary Moon Valley, where we will hopefully see an incredible sunset. At night we will also have the chance to go stargazing, in one of the world's premier regions for astronomy (please note that this is only possible when there is not a full moon). In San Pedro de Atacama we will stay in a centrally located hostel.
About San Pedro De Atacama:
San Pedro is a small oasis town in the Atacama desert. It's a quirky little place, low-lying adobe buildings line the narrow streets, leading to a sleepy tree-lined plaza that's home to a pretty white-washed church and a fascinating small museum, home to some interesting mummies and various other Indian artifacts. Pleasant though the town is, the real attraction here is the surrounding landscape. This part of the Atacama has become well-known as a tourist destination because of the spectacular scenery. Perhaps most well known is the unusual desert landscape of "Moon Valley", just a short distance outside San Pedro, where other-worldly rock formations, unsual layer-cake landscapes and huge dunes combine to create some incredible views. The sunsets here can be amazing, the changing light turning the stone and sand a kaleidescope of
different colours, so the end of the day is definitely the best time of day to visit.
There are also a whole host of other activities on offer here, from star-gazing to horse-riding and mountain-biking in the surrounding countryside. The town itself is also a pleasant place just to kick-back and relax, with some good bars and restaurants thanks to the developing tourist-trade.
- Observatory - USD35
Hostel (2 nts)
Day 10 Salta
Exit Chile at Paso Jama, enter Argentina at Paso Jama. Today we will have a long drive day to cross the mighty Andes, cross the border into Argentina, and reach the beautiful town of Salta. In Salta we will stay in a local hotel or guesthouse.
Estimated Drive Time - 12 hours.
Salta is an attractive town in the north west of Argentina. Nicknamed "Salta la Linda" (or "Salta the fair") the city is well known as a handsome town in a beautiful area. Home to some fantastic colonial architecture, the old town centres around the main plaza which is lined with cafes and restaurants, a great place to while away a couple of hours people-watching over a traditional morning snack of a cafe con medialunas (coffee and small croissant like pastries). It is an elegant and relaxed city, with a nice relaxed atmosphere, a
perfect place to wander the streets and explore. To get a better view of the city and surrounding area you can take a cablecar from Parque San Martín up to the Cerro San Bernardo view point, and the many churches and the cathedral are also worth a visit. Salta is also home to some fantastic museums, making it a good place to learn a bit more about Argentinian history and culture.
- Rafting - ARS275
- Cable Car - USD6
Hotel (1 nt)
Day 11 Salta
Today we will have a free day to explore the town of Salta, visit its many museums, or explore the beautiful surrounding hills on foot or by mountain bike. We will also have the chance to take the cable car to the viewpoint on San Bernardo Hill overlooking the town, or take the famous 'Train to the Clouds' through some of the incredible mountian scenery nearby.
Hotel (1 nt)
Day 12 Cafayate
Today we will drive through the spectacular rock formations of the Quebrada de las Conchas, and reach the serene town of Cafayate. This small unassuming town is the centre of one of Argentina 's principal wine producing regions, famous for the quality of its Torrentes and Tannat wines! We will have the
opportunity to go to a few of the vineyards nearby to see how the wine is made, and of course to try them! In Cafayate we stay at a campsite with good facilities.
Estimated Drive Time - 4 hours.
Cafayate is a small town in north-west Argentina and an important wine-growing area. The surrounding vineyards produce some of the best quality wine in South America, and you should look out for the Torrontes in particular, a distinctive white wine that is typically Argentinian and similar in style to a
Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio. Cafayate itself is small with a sleepy laid-back feel, although it can become busy during Argentinian holiday periods. Many of the local bodegas offer tastings and tours of their wine cellars and this is easily organised while you are here. Also worth seeking out is the local ice-cream parlour, which together with the more usual flavours, also offers red and white wine ice-cream! If wine is not your thing, the area is also popular for walking and mountain-biking, as the gently undulating terrain makes for pleasant hiking and cycling.
- Vineyard Tour
Camping (with facilities) (1 nt)
Day 13 Quilmes Ruins
Today we will drive south over some more spectacular mountains and arrive in the lush flat pampas that Argentina is famous for. We will visit the ancient ruins of the indigenous city of Quilmes en route. Tonight we will aim to wild camp en route.
Estimated Drive Time - 11 hours.
About Quilmes Ruins:
The ruins of Quilmes are located in Tucaman province in north-west Argentina. The people of Quilmes were an indigenous tribe who inhabited this area as far back as 1000AD, resisting Inca invasions in the 15th and 16th centuries and even holding out against the Spanish for over one hundred years, before finally succombing to a siege led by the colonial powers in 1667. After the siege Spanish took the area over, deporting the few surviving indigenous people to a "reservation" close to Buenos Aires. The 2000 remaining Quilmes Indians were forced to make this 1500 km journey on foot, which meant that many died along the way, never reaching their final destination. At it's height, the city we see the ruins of here would have housed nearly 5000 people, today there are only a handful of Quilmes descendents left in Tucaman. It is interesting to wander among the ruins here today and imagine the city that would once have been.
- Quilmes Ruins
Camping (with facilities) (1 nt)
Days 14-16 Rio Ceballos
Today we drive to a unique Anglo-Argentine Estancia, where we will stay for 3 nights.
Estimated Drive Time - 4 hours.
During our time at the Estancia, we will head out horseback riding, taste the excellent wines produced by their vineyards, be entertained by a local musician, learn some of the skills of the gauchos, and enjoy a traditional asado (Argentine BBQ). This isa magical experience in a beautiful and atmospheric location, and many people's highlight of the trip! Please note that some of these activities are subject to weather conditions. Please also note that there is a strict weight limit of 15 stone (210lbs) or
95kg to partake in the horse riding - if you should weigh more than this, then unfortunately you will not be able to participate in the horseback riding. In the Estancia we will camp with facilities in the grounds near the main house.
About Rio Ceballos:
To the east of the Andes in the centre of Argentina is the country's second major city, Cordoba. Nearby are the beautiful hills of the Sierra de Cordoba where we will spend three nights at a unique Anglo-Argentinian estancia. The estancia has been in the same family for four generations, and is a working cattle ranch, farming the prized Argentinian Aberdeen Angus cattle. Here we will sample the traditional hospitality of the Anglo-Argentinian ranching community, with great food straight from the farm. An asado or Argentinian BBQ will be enjoyed on one of our nights here, as well as an evening of traditional music, a chance to try lassoing and fantastic wine tasting featuring some of the local produce. Daily horse riding excursions
will also be arranged to ride through the hills on the fabulous horses and even completely inexperienced riders will feel like gauchos in a short time. Please note that these activities are subject to weather conditions. Please also note that there is a strict weight limit for all riders of 15 stone / 95 kg to ensure the horses' well-being. If you are heavier than this weight
you will unfortunately be unable to ride.
- National Jesuit Museum - ARS5
Camping (with facilities) (3 nts)
Days 17-19 Mendoza
Today we will have a very early start for a full day's drive to the stunning town of Mendoza, nestled in the dry flats underneath the shadows of the largest mountains of the Andes. Mendoza is the centre of Argentine wine production, and one of the nine 'Wine Capitals of the World' - it is especially famous for its Malbec, grown at some of the highest-altitude vineyards to be found in the world.
Estimated Drive Time - 13 hours.
The following two days will be free time to explore the incredible region, head out on various adventure activities, or of course take a tasting tour of the incredible wineries in the region. In Mendoza we we stay in a centrally located hostel in dorm accommodation.
Mendoza is a vibrant city full of pleasant leafy boulevards and leafy plazas where the locals catch up over coffee in the many street cafes and bars. A university town and an important economic centre, the city has a bustling cosmpolitan feel and has all the amenities you would expect from great restaurants to lively nightlife, interesting museums and galleries and great shopping. On summer weekends, open air concerts and markets often take place in the beautiful plazas. The city is perhaps most famous for it's wine. Whilst technically Mendoza is a desert town, extensive artificial irrigation have made it possible to grow grapes and olives here, both of which benefit from the long, hot, sunny summers. The wine made here is world class and tours of local vineyards and wineries are easily arranged. Mendoza is also used by many people as a base from which to explore the mountains in this area. America's highest peak Aconcagua is nearby and skiing is popular in the winter months.
- Winery tour - ARS105
- Mountain Biking, Mendoza - USD20
- Rafting, Mendoza - ARS145
Hostel (2 nts), Bush camp (no facilities) (1 nt)
Day 20 Santiago
Exit Argentina at Los Libertadores, enter Chile at Paso Cristo Redentor. Today we will drive over the stunning Cristo Redentor pass in the high Andes, passing Aconcagua (the highest mountain in the Southern Hemisphere) and
heading to the Chilean capital of Santiago.
In Santiago we will stay in a centrally located hostel.
Estimated Drive Time - 10 hours.
Hotel for the night: Happy House Hostel
Happy House Hostel
Tel: +56 2 2688 4849
Bisected by the Mapocho River, Chile's capital is a large, modern city with a very European atmosphere. In the centre of the city wide tree-lined boulevards lead to pleasant plazas and leafy parks and on a clear day the snow-capped peaks of the Andes provide a magnificent backdrop to the Santiago skyline.
Much of the centre is pedestrianised, which together with the wide streets and efficient metro system make Santiago an easy city to explore on foot. There are plenty of interesting museums where you can learn more about Chilean history and culture, from the City of Santiago Museum which chronicles the city’s
history to the Natural History Museum and Museum of Pre-Colombian Art. The city's many wonderful parks are also worth a visit, particularly O'Higgins and San Cristobal which offers great views of the city from Cerro San Lucia. As you would expect from a capital city of this size, Santiago is full of busy bars and restaurants and has some lively nightlife to offer. For cheap eats, full of local flavour, head to the Mercado Central (central market) which is packed full of food stalls and simple cafes and restaurants. For a real treat, you might want to head out to one of the more upmarket neighbourhoods like Bellavista or Providencia, home to some really world-class restaurants and great bars. Barrio Brasil is also worth a look; this old neighbourhood attracts an arty and bohemian crowd and there are often interesting events going on here. If you have the time, there's also plenty to do in the area surrounding the city. Santiago is right in the middle of Chile's wine producing region, so it is relatively straightforward to arrange full day or half day tours out to the local wineries. You may also be interested in visiting the seaside town of Valapariso, which can be visited as a day trip from Santiago.
- Cerro San Cristobal cable car - CLP1800
- Miguel Torres Winery Tour and Tasting - CLP5000
- Condor Trip (half day), Santiago - CLP19000
Hotel (1 nt)
Day 21 Santiago
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Bei dieser Overlandtour bist du nicht nur Zuschauer, sondern aktives Mitglied der Gruppe. Alle Teilnehmer packen bei den täglich anfallenden Aufgaben mit an. Dazu gehören beispielsweise die Unterstützung bei der Zubereitung der Mahlzeiten, Einkaufen, Geschirrspülen oder der Auf- und Abbau der Zelte. Jeder in der Gruppe beteiligt sich und man wechselt sich täglich mit den Aufgaben ab. Der Spaß steht dabei im Vordergrund!
Echtes Abenteuer für budgetbewusste Reisende, die Unabhängigkeit mit der Sicherheit einer Gruppe verbinden wollen oder ein Maximum an Flexibilität suchen. Du kannst alles erwarten, aber keine Extras, die du nicht in Anspruch nehmen willst. Das bedeutet in der Regel einfache landestypische Unterkünfte, einige inkludierte Mahlzeiten und viel Freiraum für eigene Erkundungen. So hast du unterwegs die Möglichkeit, dir aus zahlreichen optionalen Aktivitäten je nach Interessen, Reisebudget und Schwierigkeitsgrad dein persönliches Programm zusammenstellen.