Overland von Rio nach Buenos Aires Argentinien · Brasilien · Uruguay

Overland von Rio nach Buenos Aires

  • Overland durch Südamerika
  • Sambaparty in Rio de Janeiro
  • Traumstrände in Paraty
  • Segel entlang der Smaragd Küste
  • Safari in den Feuchtgebieten des Pantanal
  • Fühle das Wasser der donnernden Iguazu Wasserfälle hautnah
  • Tango in Buenos Aires
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  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
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19 Tage Argentinien · Brasilien · Uruguay

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Stürze dich auf dieser Overlandtour von Rio nach Buenos Aires in ein spannendes Abenteuer. Entdecke die Stadt am Zuckerhut und tanze zu den Sambarhythmen, bevor du an die idyllischen Strände Paratys kommst und du die artenreichen Feucht- und Sumpfgebiete des Pantanal erkundest. Über die Eco-Tourismus-Hauptstadt Bonito erreichst du die atemberaubenden Iguazu Wasserfälle. Das Ziel deiner aufregenden Reise heißt Buenos Aires. Die argentinische Hauptstadt besticht durch ihr europäisches Flair und die allgegenwärtigen Tangoklänge in den Straßen und vielen Bars, zu denen du dein Abenteuer ausklingen lassen kannst.

1. Tag: Rio de Janeiro
2.-4. Tag: Paraty
5.-6. Tag: Brotas
7. Tag: Campo Grande
8.-9. Tag: Südliches Pantanal
10.-12: Tag: Bonito
13. Tag: Foz do Iguacu
14.-15. Tag: Iguazu Wasserfälle
16. Tag: Yapeyu
17.-19. Tag: Buenos Aires

Leistungen enthalten

  • Südamerika Overlandtour laut Programm
  • Transport, Unterkunft und Mahlzeiten wie angegeben
  • Besichtigungen Ausflüge und Aktivitäten wie im Tourverlauf beschrieben:
    • Bootstour in Paraty
    • 2-tägiger Ausflug ins Pantanal
    • Besuch der Iguassu Wasserfälle von argentinischer und brasilianischer Seite
    • Besuch der Ruinen der Jesuitenmission und des Museums in San Ignacio de Mini

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Reiseversicherung
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgeld
  • Flughafentransfer

Unterbringung

13x Camping
5x Standard-Hotel / Hostel / Lodge / Hütte

Die Unterbringung erfolgt in Doppel-/Mehrbettzimmern und Zwei-Personen-Zelten. Alleinreisende werden mit Mitreisenden gleichen Geschlechts untergebracht. Die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer/-zelt ist nicht möglich. Für das Camping wird ein eigener Schlafsack benötigt.

Verpflegung

11x Frühstück
11x Mittagessen
11x Abendessen

Plane zusätzlich ca. 400 Euro für nicht enthaltene Mahlzeiten ein.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger, einheimischer Reiseleiter und Fahrer

Hinter jeder Reise steht ein großartiger Reiseleiter. Der Enthusiasmus und das fast unschlagbare Wissen unserer einheimischen und englischsprachigen Reiseleiter werden deine Reise unvergesslich machen. Mit Rat und Tat stehen sie den Reisenden zur Seite. Vom Anfang bis zum Ende der Tour sind sie vor Ort für die Gruppe da, wissen nicht nur, in welchen Restaurants man gut isst und wo die besten Shops zu finden sind, sondern zeigen den Reisenden mit Kompetenz und voller Begeisterung ihre Heimat.

Transportarten

LKW / Truck, Öffentliche / gemietete Busse, Boot, Kanu, Allradfahrzeug

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

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Flughafentransfer

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Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

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Day 1: Rio de Janeiro
Bem-Vindos! Welcome to Brazil.

Border information: if you are joining in Rio de Janeiro, you will most likely enter Brazil at Rio de Janeiro Galeão International Airport. Welcome to the iconic Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro! 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.

In Rio de Janeiro we will stay in a great hotel in the Flamengo district, close to the beach and the metro station.
Rio de Janeiro has to be one of the most beautifully situated cities in the world. Pao de Acucar (Sugarloaf Mountain) rises up out of Guanabara Bay, the sandy beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana cut beautiful curves in the shoreline, all under the watchful gaze of Christ the Redeemer. This is a city with something for everyone; beaches, history, shopping, culture, fantastic food and amazing nightlife. For amazing views of this spectacular city, take the cable car up to the top of Sugar Loaf, or "Pao de Acucar" as the
Brazilians call it, ride the train to Corcovado or jump on the tram to the historic hillside neighbourhood of Santa Teresa. If you're interested in learning more about Rio and Brazil, the Historical, Indian and National Museums are all well worth a visit, and even just wandering around the older parts of the city
you'll be able to see some fantastic architecture. Kick back and relax on the beach, enjoy a beer or caipirinha at one of the many pavement cafes and then when evening comes you can party the night away - Rio has some unbelievable bars and clubs, Lapa is always a fun night out and Ipanema is always buzzing
too. If you need a bit of quiet time to recover, take a walk in the Botanical gardens, or escape town for the day on an excursion to the lust forests of nearby Tijuca National Park.
Of course Rio is particularly famous for it's huge annual party - Carnival. The celebration of Mardi Gras 6 weeks before Easter is a great Brazilian tradition - the whole city goes wild for a full 7 days in a whirlwind of music and colour. Samba schools compete with ever more awe-inspiring dance displays and
costumes putting on marathon perfomances in the Sambadrome, street parties are held all over the city and friends and families take to the beach.

Accomodation: Hotel Argentina

Days 2-4: Paraty

Today our journey begins with a short drive to the colonial town of Paraty on the Emerald Coast of the Atlantic!
Estimated Drive Time - 4 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!).
On our first full day in Paraty, we will have an included boat trip around the incredible islands and beaches off the coast.
On our second day, we will have free time to explore the town, take a historical tour, walk along the stunning scenery of the coastline, head out snorkelling or diving, or simply relax on the idyllic beaches.
In Paraty we wil camp at a well equipped hostel.

The Emerald Coast, or the "Costa Verde" as it is known in Brazil, stretches south from the city of Rio de Janeiro, a thin strip of land sandwhiched between verdant green mountains and the sparkling waters of the Atlantic. Picture-book islands, deserted beaches and picturesque coves with excellent swimming and diving make it the perfect place to relax and enjoy a couple of days of R & R. Dotted along the coastline itself are lots of small towns and villages, not to mention the hundreds of tiny islands, best explored on a lazy boat-trip.

The old Portuguese colonial town of Paraty is perhaps the most attractive spot on the coast. Low white-washed buildings with colourful doors and shutters crowd around the cobbled streets and plaza, full of interesting shops, bars and restaurants. Paraty really comes alive at night, when locals and tourists alike
sit outside the many street cafes and congregate in the main square. The town also has a couple of beaches and there are plenty of others in the surrounding area - and this is also a good place for diving and snorkelling trips, which can be arranged locally.

Included Activities:

- Boat trip

Optional Activity:
- Go for a scuba diving trip in the incredible oceans around Paraty - BRL 250
Take a boat trip out of Paraty, exploring the stunning islands and beaches and swimming in the idyllic warm
water of the sparkling blue ocean - Included in Kitty
- Explore the ocean, islands, beaches, and mangroves of Atlantic coast in a more serene and tranquil fashion, on a sea kayaking expedition around the bay of Paraty - USD 40
Learn all about the fascinating history of Brazil and the Gold Trail, on an excellent walking tour of the old
colonial town of Paraty - USD 35
- Enjoy some of the best and most scenic treks in the country, on the coastal trails, hils, and 'tropical fjords'
near Paraty - USD 50
- Try your hand at stand-up paddle boarding by hiring a board from one of the many vendors at the Jabaquara
beach in Paraty - BRL 30
- Relax and unwind with a massage and unbeatable ocean views at the fantastic Shambala spa - BRL 165

Accommodation: Camping (with facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast (3x), Lunch (3x), Dinner (3x)

Day 5: Brotas
Today we will drive to the remote town of Brotas in southeastern Brazil. In Brotas we will stay at a campsite with good facilities.

Accommodation: Camping (with facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Brotas
Today we will have a free day to take part in adventure activities such as white water rafting and canyoning, or maybe just to relax by the pool.

Optional Activity:
- Head out on a half-day canyoning trip through the gorges of the Jacare River near Brotas - BRL 85
- Float down the Jacare on a fun tubing trip down the River Jacare near Brotas - BRL 45
- Head out white-water rafting on the fast moving waters of the Jacare River (approxmiately Grade 3-4) - BRL 90

Accommodation: Camping (with facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Campo Grande
Today we will start driving west towards the Southern Pantanal, and wild camp towards the end of the day somewhere close to the city of Campo Grande.

Accommodation: Bush camp (no facilities) (1 night)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Days 8-9: Pantanal
Today we have an early start to meet our guide in Campo Grande, and then drive on to Brazil's amazing Southern Pantanal region, where we have a visit a local eco-tourism ranch (or 'fazenda'). Estimated Drive Time - 5 hours. We will spend 2 nights here and have a comprehensive package of included activities such as exploring the beautiful surrounding countryside on horseback, trips down the wildlife-abundant rivers in boats and canoes, and safaris on the ranch's trucks and on foot where we hope to spot capybaras, caimans, and (if we are very lucky) jaguars and ocelots. Our stay here is an incredible highlight!
In the Southern Pantanal we will stay in dorm accommodation in a well equipped lodge with all the meals and activities included. The Pantanal is a vast wetland that covers much of inland central and southern Brazil, teeming with birds and wildlife from toucan to caiman, capybara, ocelot and even Jaguar. Originally this was a predominantly agricultural area, dotted with cattle ranches known locally as "Fazenda". Today the cattle ranchers live side by side with the anaconda and Jaguar, having realised the importance of their home as a unique habitat for wildlife, with many of the Fazendas opening up for eco-tourism and offering safaris and tours of the area.
The wildlife here is staggering and there is probably no-where else in South America where you'd be able to see as many indigenous species. Over 250 different birds have been recorded here, including parakeets, macaws, kingfishers, ibis, storks, kites and hawks, hummingbirds and more - and there are also prolific numbers of jacare, anacondas, iguanas, two species of anteaters, ocelot, jaguars, cougars, giant river otters and thousands of pamba and march deer. One of the easier animals to spot is the capybara, a giant
guinea pig type rodent that grows up to 60 kg. and lives in large herds in the swamps.

Included Activity:

- Take an unforgettable 2-night fully-inclusive package from our eco-lodge in the Southern Pantanal. We will go out on jeep safaris, canoe expeditions, boat rides, horse back trails, and enjoy a BBQ night with local music and dancing.

Accommodation: Hacienda

Day 10: Southern Pantanal, Bonito
After our morning activities and one final lunch in our beautiful ranch, it is time to leave the Pantanal and drive to the Brazilian eco-tourism capital of Bonito.
In Bonito we will camp in the grounds of an excellent hostel with a pool and good facilities.
Estimated Drive Time - 3-4 hours.
The area around the small town of Bonito really is unique. It’s main attractions are its crystal clear rivers, springs and caves, not to mention the abundant wildlif, which includes monkeys, alligators, anaconda, over 30 varieties of fish and tremendous birdlife. Unsurprisingly, the town is often described as the "eco-tourism capital of Brazil".
There are endless activities on offer, from spectacular walks through the
surrounding hills and forest, to caving, horse-riding, abseiling, and snorkeling. Many of the best attractions are on private land and the area is being very carefully managed in order as to protect the wildlife and habitats found here.

Accommodation: Camping (with facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Days 11-12: Bonito
We have two full days in Bonito to take part in the plethora of incredible optional activities here. You could go out on a world-class snorkelling trip, explore the nearby caves, or go abseiling down some of the largest waterfalls in the area, amongst many other possibilities!

Optional Activity:
- Take an incredible snorkelling trip through the crystal clear waters of the Rio da Prata, getting a phenomenal view of the fish and aquatic plants underwater - BRL 278
- Head out on an exhilarating rafting, tubing, or kayaking expedition down the Rio Formoso - BRL 135
- Visit the ethereal and other-worldly Blue Lake Cave near Bonito, an underground lake with an incredibly vivid shade of blue - BRL 95
- Relax and meet the locals in the beautiful outdoor municipal swimming areas of Bonito - BRL 30
- Abseil down the Boca da Onca waterfall (meaning 'Jaguar's Mouth), the largest waterfall in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul - BRL 460
- Visit the phenomenal Buraco das Araras, one of the world's largest sink-holes and a natural aviary of macaws and toucans - BRL 46
- Hire a mountain bike in Bonito to freely explore the incredible countryside of Mato Grosso do Sul - USD 20
- Visit the stunning Sao Miguel Caves near Bonito - BRL 36
- Go on a stunning sunset horse ride around the beautiful countryside around Bonito - BRL 80
- Take a trek through the stunning areas surrounding Bonito, visiting some of the beautiful nearby waterfalls - BRL 50
- Head on an unforgettable trip to Abismo Anhumas, an incredible day out where you abseil through a fissure into a collosal underground cavern, and snorkel in the lake at the bottom - BRL 673

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 13: Foz do Iguaçu
Today we have a full drive day south to the city of Foz do Iguacu. In Foz do Iguacu we will camp in the grounds of an excellent hostel out of town, with good facilities and a pool.
Estimated Drive Time - 12 hours.
Foz do Iguaçu is named after the impressive waterfalls located close to the town forming the border with nearby Argentina and Paraguay. Foz is on the Brazilian side and is much larger than nearby Puerto Iguazu. Visiting the Iguacu falls is a must from here, even though you can visit the Argentinian side as
well. The Brazilian park features a number of cleverly constructed walkways that allow you to get right out over the water up close to the falls themselves - and you will often be able to see fantastic rainbows forming as the sun catches the spray. If you want the ultimate waterfall experience, you can also organise
helicopter flights here, where you'll be taken out right over the horseshoe of the falls, giving you a spectacular view of this natural wonder from a totally different perspective.
As well as the magnificent waterfalls, there's also a great bird park in Foz, where you can see many of Brazil's native species, including Toucans and Macaws. You can also visit the incredible Itaipu Dam, a vast concrete edifice that spans the Rio Parana and has been described as one of the 7 wonders of
the modern world.

Included Activities:
- Visit Argentinian side of Iguazu Falls (entrance fee included)
- Visit Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls (entrance fee included)

Accommodation: Camping (with facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14: Iguazu Falls
Today we will visit the Brazilian side of the phenomenal Iguazu Falls, to get some incredible panoramic vistas of the mighty waterfalls. There is also plenty of time to visit the bird park, take a helicopter ride over the falls, see the incredible Itaipu Dam, or quickly stop into Paraguay to pick up some bargains in the nearcy Ciudad del Este.
There is a mile long walk along the edge of the fall beginning at the Three Sisters and ending at the Devil’s Throat. Millions of gallons of water pour or cascade down escarpments forming spectacular mist “curtains” and many rainbows. In the surrounding dense tropical jungle there are many varieties of brightly coloured butterflies and birds. If we have time we can take a closer look at these birds in the Foz Tropicana Bird Park.

Optional Activity:
- Take an exhilarating speed boat ride around the base of the falls from the Brazilian side - BRL 66
- Take an unforgettable 10-minute helicopter flight over the Iguazu Falls, enjoying a bird's eye view of one of the world's most incredible set of waterfalls - USD 125
- Visit the colossal Itaipu Dam, the second largest hydroelectric dam in the world - BRL 68
- Take a short trip into Paraguay to experience the chaos of Ciudad del Este and pick up a bargain or two! - Free
- Visit the Parque das Aves bird park near Foz do Iguacu, a wonderful conservation project which provides an excellent home to over 1000 iconic birds from the region such as toucans, macaws and eagles
- BRL 34

Accommodation: Camping (with facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 15: Iguazu Falls

Today we will take a day trip back into Argentina to see the incredible Iguazu Falls from the other side. This is well worth doing as the views are even more spectacular, and you'll be able to look right down into the mighty Garganta del Diablo (the largest waterfall here) from a gantry walkway viewing point). We will have a full day at the Argentine side of the falls, allowing us lots of time to freely explore the site, hike some nature trails, or perhaps take an exhilarating (and very wet) boat ride!
We will return to our base in Foz do Iguacu tonight. Visit the phenomenal Iguazu Falls from the Argentine side, where you can get the closest views of Garganta del Diablo and explore the web of nature trails around the area's forests and waterfalls - Included in Kitty

Optional Activity:
- Head on an adrenaline-fuelled speedboat trip to the base of the falls on the Argentine side - be prepared to get very wet! - ARS 220

Accommodation: Hostel

Day 16: Yapeyu
Border information: Exit Brazil at Tancredo Neves, enter Argentina at Tancredo Neves. Today we cross the border into Argentina, and aim to reach the beautiful village of Yapeyu on the banks of the River Uruguay. Yapeyu is very famous amongst Argentines for being the birthplace of their national hero General Jose de San Martin, one of the liberators of South America from Spanish colonial rule.
In Yapeyu we will stay in a municipal campsite.

Included Activity:
- Jesuit Mission ruins and museum, San Ignacio de Mini
Take a guided tour around the fascinating ruins of the old Jesuit mission of San Ignacio de Mini

Optional Activity:
- Visit the remains of the house of Jose de San Martin, one of the main liberators of South America and the Argentine national hero - Free

Accommodation: Camping (with facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 17: Buenos Aires

Today we have a full day drive north though the provinces of Corrientes and Entre Rios to Buenos Aires, the wonderful capital of Argentina!
In Buenos Aires we will stay in a centrally-located hotel. Estimated Drive Time - 12 hours.
At the mouth of the River Plate lies Buenos Aires, the cosmopolitan capital of Argentina. It's a buzzing, energetic city that often feels more European than Latin American, so much so that it's often referred to as "the Paris of the South". Not surprising when you consider how much the city has been influenced by immigration, with it's large Italian and Spanish communities.
There is a huge amount to do see and do here and a good place to start is with a city tour, which will help you get your bearings and see all the main sights. You can take in a lot on foot, as the wide streets are very pedestrian friendly and the underground metro system is cheap and easy to navigate. The
neighbourhoods of San Telmo, Recoleta and Palermo are certainly all worth exploring, San Telmo for it's olde worlde charm, antique shops and Sunday street market, Palermo for it's unique quirky shops and restaurants and Recoleta is the "Mayfair" of Buenos Aires and home to the La Recoleta cemetry,
Eva "Evita" Peron's final resting place. The waterfront area known as La Boca is also worth a look, this slightly down-at-heel neighbourhood is Buenos Aires' most colourful barrio, the ramshackle buildings painted in a rainbow of different bright colours.
In the evenings, you are also spoilt for choice. Buenos Aires has a vibrant nightlife, with a huge number of bars and night clubs to choose from. Restaurants here vary from cheap and cheerful to world class and it's a great place to get stuck into some of Argentina's finest steak and red wine. Of course this is also the home of Tango, and there are many evening Tango shows you can buy tickets for, or if you want a more "real" Tango experience you can check the local papers for details of where tango "milongas" are being held.
This is where the locals go to tango, with dances held in school halls, meeting rooms and even warehouses. You might also like to visit the Teatro Colon, one of the world's greatest opera houses - even if you don't go to watch a show, it's usually possible to take a guided tour of the building during the day.
Everywhere you go you'll be surrounded by some fantastic architecture. The Plaza de Mayo is perhaps the most historically interesting - as this is the ste of the Cabillo (original town hall), Casa Rosada (the Presidential Palace) and the cathedral where the body of General San Martin lies. Finally, if you get the chance, try and get hold of tickets for an Argentinean football match while you're here, even if you're not usually a sports fan, the electric atmosphere of a local match is definitely something you'll never forget - tickets are usually available from local tourist agencies - and if you've still got time to spare, why not take the hydrofoil across the water to Uruguay for a day.

Accommodation: Bush camp (no facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 18: Buenos Aires
Today will be a free day to explore the incredible city, soak up the atmosphere of its streets, and discover its amazing culture, art, and music.

Optional Activities:
- Discover the beautiful Teatro Colon on a tour around the theatre, or see one of its free afternoon performances (when available) - ARS 150
- Try some of Argentina's most delicious wines on a toplevel wine tasting afternoon in Buenos Aires - USD 52
- Learn all about the cuisine of Argentina on a food tour of Buenos Aires, visiting several incredible local top-class eateries that you won't find in the guidebooks! - USD 85
- See a different side to Buenos Aires on a tour of its incredible street art with some of the local artists - USD 20
- Explore the beautiful area of Palermo Viejo, see the incredible modern sculpture of Floralis Generica, and head out to the area's bars and restaurants at night - Free
- Explore the cosmopolitan Argentina capital of Buenos Aires, and take a free tour of the city's highlights - Free
- Try your hand at the art of tango dancing with a private lesson in Buenos Aires - USD 25
- Head out to an exciting football game at La Bombanero, Diego Maradona's former home ground (when matches are scheduled) - ARS 300
- Visit the strangely beautiful cemetery of Recoleta, the final resting place of many ex-presidents and Argentine icons, most famously including the tomb of Eva Peron - Free
- Head out to an tango show in Buenos Aires' oldest cafe, the Gran Cafe Tortoni - seeing a slice of iconic Argentine culture in an ideal and intimate setting - ARS 240
- Take the ferry over the river to Uruguay, and explore the serene colonial town of Colonia del Sacramento for the afternoon before returning - USD 45
- Discover the beautiful back streets, antique shops, and thrift markets of the bohemian district of San Telmo - Free
- Take the passenger ferry over to the Uruguayan capital of Montevideo for a night (if time allows) - USD 140

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 19: Buenos Aires
Border information: if you are leaving in Buenos Aires, you will most likely exit Argentina at Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport (also known as Ezeiza Airport).
Today is the end day for passengers finishing their trip in Buenos Aires, and a free day to explore the city or take part in optional activities. Please note there is no accommodation included on the trip tonight.
Explore the fascinating streets of La Boca, home of the La Bombonera football stadium and the colouful artists' street of Caminito.

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Trip Kitty
Bitte beachte, dass die Tour ein Trip Kitty verlangt. Dieser Betrag ist vor Ort von jedem Teilnehmer in die Gemeinschaftskasse einzubezahlen, die von der Crew und der Gruppe gemeinsam verwaltet wird. Davon werden Campingplatzgebühren, die Mahlzeiten während des Campings und einige der eingeschlossenen Aktivitäten bezahlt. Der Betrag wird entweder am ersten Tag der Reise oder - wenn es sich um eine längere Reise handelt - phasenweise während der Tour eingesammelt. Das Trip Kitty ist Bestandteil des Gesamtreisepreises und muss vor Ort in bar entrichtet werden.

Mithilfe
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!

Tourstil
Echtes Abenteuer zum super Preis für budgetbewusste Reisende! Ohne Extras, die du nicht haben möchtest! Einfache Unterkünfte und viel Zeit für individuelle bzw. optionale Aktivitäten. Dieser Reisestil ist gerade unter jüngeren Reisenden sehr beliebt. Bereise die entlegensten Orte dieser Welt sicher und unbeschwert in einer kleinen Gruppe und mit einem erfahrenen, einheimischen Guide. Das Reiseprogramm lässt viel Raum zur eigenen Gestaltung. So hast du unterwegs die Möglichkeit, dir aus zahlreichen optionalen Aktivitäten je nach Interessen, Reisebudget und Schwierigkeitsgrad dein persönliches Programm zusammenstellen. Wer auf sein Budget achten muss, sich in einer einfachen Unterkunft wohlfühlt und auf Extras verzichten kann, ist mit diesem Tourstil bestens beraten. Weniger Inklusivleistungen, dafür mehr Zeit für eigene Interessen - und das zu einem unschlagbar günstigen Preis.
Als Transportmittel werden überwiegend öffentliche Verkehrsmittel, wie Regional- und Überlandbusse genutzt. Das schont nicht nur die Umwelt, sondern garantiert auch jede Menge Spaß und Kontakt mit den Einheimischen. Übernachtet wird in einfachen, sauberen Unterkünften wie Bed & Breakfast, Bungalows oder auch mal Hostels, auf vielen Touren auch bei einer Gastfamilie – eine Erfahrung, die unsere Reisenden besonderes schätzen.