South America Express - Lima to Rio
- Erlebnisreise durch 5 Länder
- Besuch der Höhepunkte von Peru, Bolivien, Chile, Argentinien & Brasilien
- Verlorene Stadt der Inka - Machu Picchu
- Höhenrekorde: La Paz & Titicacasee
- Salar de Uyuni - der größte Salzsee der Erde
- Bizarre Landschaften in der Atacamawüste
- Tanze Tango in Buenos Aires
- Iguazu & die berühmten Strände Brasiliens
- Termine & Preise
- Kundenstimmen (1)
Auf dem Weg von Lima nach Rio de Janeiro erwarten dich einige der größten Highlights von Südamerika: Mit der antiken Inkastadt Machu Picchu, dem tiefblauen Titicaca See, dem scheinbar endlosen Uyuni Salzsee, der Weinregion Mendoza und den Wasserfällen von Iguazu jagt ein Superlativ den nächsten. Das koloniale Cusco, die Attraktionen & Strände von Rio de Janeiro, das europäisch angehauchte Buenos Aires, die bizarren Landschaften der Atacamawüste und die Köstlichkeiten der einzelnen Länder runden deine Reise durch Südamerika ab.
2. Tag: Heiliges Tal der Inka
3. Tag: Machu Picchu
4. Tag: Cuzco
5.-6. Tag: Puno & Titicaca See
7.-8. Tag: La Paz
9. Tag: Uyuni
10. Tag: Uyuni (Salzsee)
11. Tag: Laguna Colorada
12.-13. Tag: San Pedro de Atacama
14.-16. Tag: Santiago
17.-19. Tag: Mendoza
20.-22. Tag: Buenos Aires
23.-24. Tag: Foz do Iguaçu
25.-26. Tag: Rio de Janeiro
- Südamerika Rundreise gemäß Programm
- Transporte, Unterkünfte und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
- 6 Inlandsflüge
- Ausflüge und Aktivitäten wie beschrieben:
- Ausflug ins Heiliges Tal der Inka
- Geführte Besichtigungstour Machu Picchu
- Ganztagesausflug zum Titicaca See
- Fahrt über den Salar de Uyuni
- Eintrittsgebühr Laguna Colorada Nationalpark
- Geführte Tour durch das Mondtal
- Besuch eines argentinischen Weinguts
- Eintrittsgebühr Iguazu-Wasserfälle auf brasilianischer & argentinischer Seite
Leistungen nicht enthalten
- Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
- Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
- Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder
- Flughafengebühren und Ausreisesteuern
- Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
2x einfaches Mehrbett-Hostel
Die Unterbringung erfolgt im halben Doppelzimmer bzw. tlw. im Mehrbettzimmer. Wahlweise ist die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar (vorbehaltlich Verfügbarkeit, nicht im Hostel möglich).
Einzelzimmer: 71 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 41 EUR p.P.
Zweibettzimmer: 41 EUR p.P.
Tourhotel in Rio de Janeiro
Einzelzimmer: 90 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 57 EUR p.P.
Zweibettzimmer: 57 EUR p.P.
Preis pro Fahrzeug (maximal 3 Personen): 34 EUR
Rio de Janeiro
Preis pro Fahrzeug (maximal 3 Personen): 58 EUR
Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen
Inquisition Museum - kostenlos
Geführte Besichtigungstour Kloster und Katakomben - US$3
Cuzco Besucherticket "Boleto Completo" (gültig für 10 Tage, deckt die Eintrittsgebühren zu allen Inka-Stätten im Sacred Valled und Cusco ab) - US$40 oder 130 soles
Cuzco Besucherticket "Boleto Partial" (deckt nur die Stätten in Cusco ab) - 70 soles
Massage - US$25/Std.
geführte Stadtbesichtigungstour - US$30 + 70 Soles Eintritt (ohne "Boleto Completo")
Kurs zur Schokoladenherstellung - US$22
Red Caps Walking Tours - Bs.20
Death Road Mountain Biking - US$124
Stadttour "4 Tips Walking Tours" - kostenfrei (Trinkgeld nach Zufriedenheit)
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes - US$1
Museo Histórico Nacional - US$1
Teatro Municipal - ab US$3-12
Weintour Maipo Region - US$18-50
Rafting - ab US$40
Weintour (ganztägig) - US$100
Paragliding - US$106
Parque San Martin - kostenfrei
Tango & Dinner Show - US$90
Hop on/Hop off Busticket - US$28
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes - kostenfrei
Helikopterflug über die Wasserfälle - US$120
Eintrittsgebühr Vogelpark - US$14
Rafain Dinner & Tanzshow - US$50
Itaipu Damm - US$25
Jungle 4WD & Bootstouren - US$12-60
RIO DE JANEIRO
Geführte Stadtbesichtigungstour (ganztägig) - US$68
Pão de Açúcar (Zuckerhut) Seilbahn - US$12
Maracana Stadion Tour - US$7-35
Favela Halbtagestour - US$29
Hang-gliding - US$245
Bitte beachte, dass sich die angegebenen Preise und Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.
The first day of your tour is simply an arrival day with no pre-organised activities. In order to allow time to relax and see some of the sights you may wish to add pre-tour accommodation.
Lima was founded by the Spanish Conquistador Francisco Pizarro in 1535 after he eradicated the Incas and made the city his capital. Lima has many fine colonial buildings and some of the best museums in South America including the Gold Museum, Museum of the Inquisition and the Catacombs below the San Francisco Church. Peru's capital has much to offer and many of the sights, including the city's two main squares the Plaza de Armas and Plaza San Martin, boast some fantastic sightseeing opportunities. The Plaza de Armas houses the Cathedral, Municipal Palace and Presidential Palace where the changing of the guard can be seen every day at 12 noon. There are also many markets in Lima, possibly the best being in the central district.
Please note: On arrival in Lima, a hotel representative will be on hand to welcome you and assist with your flight the following day. You will meet your tour leader the next day in Cuzco.
Museum Inquisition - free • Monastery and Catacombs - US$3 guided tour • Plaza San Martin, one of the largest and most impressive squares • Paragliding - US$60
1 night in a hotel at Hotel Santa Cruz or similar.
Day 2 - Sacred Valley of the Incas
You will wake early on day two and head to the airport where you will catch a short flight to Cusco. This afternoon we will take a tour of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. You will visit the Pisac ruins, perched on a hilltop with incredible views of the surrounding mountains. You will also visit the temple/fortress of Ollantaytambo with its enormous Inca terracing constructed on the side of a steep mountain. Tonight you will stay in Ollantaytambo in preparation for your journey to Machu Picchu tomorrow.
Guided tour of Sacred Valley of the Incas
Boleto Completo, valid for 10 days and includes entrance to all Inca ruin sites in Sacred Valley and Cuzco - US$40 or 130 soles • Boleto Partial, includes just sites around Cuzco - 70 soles • Massages - US$25/hr • City tour - US$30 + 70 soles entry if Completo has not been purchased • Chocolate making course - US$22
1 night in a hotel at Tika Wasi or similar.
Day 3 - Machu Picchu
The lost city of Machu Picchu (Old Mountain) was originally completely self -contained, surrounded by agricultural terraces sufficient to feed the population, and watered by natural springs. Located high above the fast flowing Urubamba River, the cloud shrouded ruins have palaces, baths, temples, storage rooms and some 150 houses, all in a remarkable state of preservation that will simply take your breath away. The ruins were only discovered by the outside world in 1911, when American explorer Hiram Bingham found them while looking for another “lost city” called Vilcabamba. Due to their isolation many of the buildings are still quite intact and you can't help but admire Huayna Picchu (Young Mountain), which towers above the ruins.
The Peruvian Culture Directorate announced that from the 1st July 2017, entry to Machu Picchu will be split into a morning and afternoon shift in order to ease the flow of tourists to the site and aid conservation and preservation of the citadel. As a result, if you are scheduled to take the train to Machu Picchu after this date, your guided tour will take place in the afternoon shift.
Alternate options for getting to Machu Picchu:
Taking the train: Waking early in Ollantaytambo you will take the train to Aguas Calientes, arriving at 10am. You will have time to get some food before entering Machu Picchu at approximately midday. Enjoy a guided tour around the site before getting the train back to Ollantaytambo and arriving back in Cusco at approximately 10pm.
One day hike: Waking early in Ollantaytambo you will take the train to to Km104 (2100m) where you will start the trek heading towards the ruins of Chachabamba. From here you will follow the Inca Trail to the foot of the Wiñay-Wayna ruins (2700m), hiking until you reach Sun Gate and Machu Picchu in the late afternoon. Enjoy a guided tour around the site before getting the train back to Ollantaytambo and arriving back in Cusco at approximately 10pm.
Please note: The one day hike needs to be booked at least three months in advance with your Adventure Specialist. It is a long day and can be quite challenging.
Guided tour of Machu Picchu
1 night in a hotel at Hotel Anden Inca or similar.
Day 4 - Cuzco
Today you have a full free day to enjoy the city of Cuzco.
1 night in a hotel at Hotel Anden Inca or similar.
Day 5 to 6 - Puno & Lake Titicaca
Leaving Cuzco, we'll drive along roads abundant with herds of llamas, alpacas and vicuñas before reaching the Altiplano (high plain) where our journey takes us past hot mineral pools, snow capped mountains and through villages where the locals sell food, fur hats and alpaca sweaters. At the highest point, the La Raya pass at 4,321 metres, you can see the research station for high altitude animals.
The beautiful scenery is continual all the way to Puno on the shores of Lake Titicaca, which at 3,855 metres above sea level, is the highest navigable lake in the world. We'll arrive in time so you can visit the colourful local market.
The next morning we depart Puno for our full day excursion on Lake Titicaca. We visit the floating Uros islands in the Bay of Puno, which are constructed by the islanders using reeds that grow in the shallow waters of the bay. You will get to meet the families who live on these islands, learning about their way of life and visiting their homes. You will also have the option to ride in a traditional reed boat before continuing our journey to the island of Taquile, a small island 45km offshore from Puno. It is well known for its tradition of intricate textiles and clothing knitted by the male locals. These textiles are regarded among the highest-quality handicrafts in Peru, and you will learn about this important tradition by meeting and interacting with the islanders. You will then have the option to have a lunch made of local produce before returning to Puno.
Full day excursion on Lake Titicaca
2 night(s) in hotels at Munay Tambo or similar.
Day 7 to 8 - La Paz
We journey by public bus into La Paz which is built in a steep valley that protects the city from the harsh elements of the Altiplano. Just about every building in La Paz is built on some sort of hill, so sightseeing will literally take your breath away! You will have two days to explore La Paz and it's bustling atmosphere. Our hotel is very centrally located and is just around the corner from the city's colourful indigenous street markets including the fascinating and suitably named "Witches Market'' where local women in traditional 'Cholita' dress sell such items as dead cats and llamas foetuses said to ward off evil spirits. The main square, Plaza Murillo, is also within walking distance. The square still retains its colonial buildings including the Presidential Palace. La Paz is possibly the best place to experience a traditional peña show of Andean music and dance to local bands playing time-honoured instruments such as zampoñas (pipes) and charangos (the ukulele).
Please note: On arrival in Bolivia you will be required to pay an entry fee of US$10.
Red Caps walking tours - Bs.20 • Death Road Mountain Biking - US$124
2 night(s) in hotels at Hotel Sagarnaga or similar.
1 Breakfast(s), 1 Basic Breakfast(s)
Day 9 - Uyuni
We fly from La Paz to Uyuni, in the South West corner of Bolivia. If it is a clear day, you will be able to see the huge expanse of the Altiplano as you fly over the landlocked country, perhaps seeing the Andes slowly flattening out to become the Amazonian basin, which spreads to the far East of the country, to the border with Brazil.
Please note: During the winter months of May-August temperatures of the Altiplano can be extremely cold, so please be prepared and pack warm clothes
1 night in a hotel at Toñito Hotel or similar.
1 Basic Breakfast
Day 10 - Uyuni (Salt Flats)
The next morning we embark on an exhilarating three day 4WD tour to explore the Salar de Uyuni and the striking landscapes that surround it. First on the agenda is a visit to the Train Cemetery, where you can see the remains of 19th and early 20th century steam locomotives - a good place for artistic photographs. We will then come to Colchani, the main plant for the iodisation of salt and the best place to observe the methods of salt extraction from the salar. Here ovens are used to dry the salt, which is then formed into cakes. From here we drive onto the Salt Flats themselves. Claimed to be the largest salt flat in the world, the brilliant white vast Salar de Uyuní, which covers some 10,500 square kilometres and is estimated to contain 10 billion tons of salt, looks like something from a surrealist painting and its seemingly infinite horizons will amaze you. You will then visit either Fish Island or Incahuasi Island (seasonal dependent). Located in the centre of the Salar, 100 kilometres from Uyuní, this hilly outpost is covered in giant cacti amid a flat, white sea of hexagonal salt tiles.The otherworldly views from the islands will take your breath away, with the brilliant blue sky (weather permitting of course) contrasting with the pure white of the salt flats.
Please Note: Occasionally in the rainy season the salt flats become overly flooded and we may have to alter the itinerary if the salt flats are not safe to traverse. Your tour leader will advise as early as possible if this is likely to happen on your tour.
Drive on the Salar de Uyuní salt flats
1 night in a basic, multi-share hostel with limited facilities at Cashi Wasi or similar. No single room upgrade available.
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Day 11 - Laguna Colorada
We continue south on our epic 4WD expedition, into some of the most remote areas of the Bolivian Altiplano. You will see a variety of dramatic landscapes including smoking volcanoes, barren deserts and gravity-defying rock formations carved by the wind. In this incredibly empty landscape you'll most likely feel the furthest from civilisation you've ever been. You will visit a number of lagoons including Cañapa, Chairkota and Laguna Honda. You will also get to see the Laguna Colorada, which offers some truly breathtaking scenery, with several varieties of flamingos gathering in the shallow waters of the beautiful crimson lagoon. Before arriving at Laguna Colorada you will pass Arbol de Piedra, the famous Stone Tree.
Entry to Laguna Colorada National Park
1 night in a basic, multi-share hostel with limited facilities. No single room upgrade available.
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Day 12 to 13 - San Pedro de Atacama
We visit the volcanic zone ‘Sol de Mañana' (Morning Sun) at 4,850 metres above sea level. Here you'll discover a geyser basin with bubbling mud pots, hellish fumaroles and a thick aroma of sulphur fumes. Inside a small crater we will observe mud bubbling away and we will also stop at hot springs where you can bathe. We will pass the Desert of Salvador Dali before crossing a 5,000 metre pass. We then come to the beautiful Laguna Verde, which is shadowed by the cone of the Licancabur Volcano. Next to Laguna Verde is Laguna Blanca, known as the White Lake. Continuing on we will cross into Chile. On the way we get the chance to see both the Bolivian and Chilean sides of the 5960m Licancabur Volcano. We then come to San Pedro de Atacama in the world's driest desert. The area is famous for the salt-covered lunar landscapes, geysers, salt flats and hot springs of the Valley of the Moon, which we will explore by van.
San Pedro de Atacama is a picturesque small town that looks like it has come straight from the scene of a Western with its single-storey buildings, white-washed walls and dusty roads. Due to its remote location and dry climate, the Atacama desert offers some of the clearest skies in the world and as such is used by international space agencies to monitor the skies. If you are lucky enough to have clear nights during your stay in San Pedro de Atacama, the starscape will most likely be the best you'll ever see.
Guided tour of the Valley of the Moon
2 night(s) in hotels at Hotel Don Raul or similar.
1 Basic Breakfast(s), 1 Breakfast(s)
Day 14 to 16 - Santiago
We head to the sprawling metropolis of Santiago. You will have three days to explore this cosmopolitan city at your own pace.
Santiago is a very clean, modern city with many fountains and parks, but also has its own turbulent history. It is well-known for its fresh markets such as the famous La Vega Central Market, and the Mercado Central, one of the best seafood markets in the world. You can see the changing of the guard most days outside the impressive Palacio de La Moneda, the seat of the President of Chile. In the 1970s, the palace was bombarded during the military coup d'état, ushering in a dark period in Chile’s national history.
Other interesting places to visit are the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, an impressive fine art gallery housed in a colossal neo-classical building, and the Cementerio General, a huge cemetery with large mausoleums including that of the former president Salvador Allende Gossens. Also worth a visit is the Plaza de Armas, the centrepiece of the city, which is bordered on one side by the impressive Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago, completed in the 19th century.
For the best views of the city, take a funicular railway or hike to the top of San Cristobal, where the Statue of the Virgin overlooks the capital and the distant Andes. Here you can taste some of Chile's best wines and find some beautifully situated swimming pools.
You may wish to take an optional excursion to the Chilean coast, about two hours’ drive from Santiago. You can wander around the creative port city of Valparaiso, which has a lively tradition of imaginative street art and painted murals, or you can relax in the upmarket beach resort of Viña del Mar, trying exquisite seafood in stylish restaurants that look out onto the Pacific Ocean.
Tours 4 Tips Walking Tours - Free (tip how much you think the tour is worth) • Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes - US$1 • Museo Histórico Nacional - US$1 • Teatro Municipal, with daily shows ranging from opera, ballet, orchestras and concerts - from US$3-12 • Maipo region winery tours - US$18-50
3 night(s) in hotels at Hotel Libertador or similar.
1 Breakfast(s), 2 Buffet Breakfast(s)
Day 17 to 19 - Mendoza
We enjoy a scenic drive into Mendoza, the epicentre of Argentina's wine country.
Mendoza is where General José de San Martín organised the army with which he liberated Chile and Peru from Spanish rule in 1818. Unfortunately, few historic buildings remain after an earthquake devastated the city in 1861. However, the city was rebuilt on a grid system, resulting in the broad tree-lined streets and beautiful green plazas for which the city is famous. There are great views from the top of “Cerro de la Gloria” at Parque San Martín, where you can also visit the local zoo. Situated on the foothills of the Andes, the city is a great base for some optional outdoor activities, such as white-water rafting and rappelling. But of course no trip to Mendoza would be complete without touring the surrounding vineyards. You can hire bikes and cycle the ‘Ruta de los Vinos' (wine route), visiting both ancient cellars and working wineries - tasting some of the world's best Malbecs en route.
Please note: Due to Winter weather conditions the route from Santiago to Mendoza may be replaced with an included flight instead
White water rafting - from US$40 • Full day wine tour - US$100 • Paragliding - US$106 • Parque San Martin - free
3 night(s) in hotels at Urbana Suites or similar.
1 Buffet Breakfast(s), 2 Breakfast(s), 1 Local Lunch(es)
Day 20 to 22 - Buenos Aires
We fly to the beautiful city of Buenos Aires, known as the "Paris of South America" due to its lovely green parks, plazas and wide boulevards. Explore the quirky neighbourhoods and artistic markets of the city, where European and Latin American influences have mixed together to create a city like no other. Stroll down Avenida 9 de Julio, the widest avenue in the world, spotting the Obelisk of Buenos Aires, which was built to commemorate the fourth centenary of the city, and the impressive Teatro Colón, one of the world's best opera houses. You can also visit the famous Casa Rosada, Argentina’s presidential palace, from where Juan and Eva Perón famously addressed the crowds gathered on Plaza de Mayo in 1945.
Argentina’s capital city is a great destination for culture lovers, with the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes boasting an impressive collection including original works by Monet, Renoir and Cézanne. You can also learn about the national heroine ‘Evita’ at the Museo Eva Perón.
Buenos Aires has a variety of craft markets, and if you stroll through them at the weekends you may come across live bands, barbecues, make-shift bars and practising tango dancers for a truly atmospheric Latin-American experience. San Telmo is the best market for antiques, while the market at Recoleta has great hand-made craft items. The nearby Recoleta Cemetery is also worth a visit - it has beautiful marble tombs and Eva Peron’s family tomb can be found here. No visit to Buenos Aires would be complete without a stroll around the upmarket boutiques and cafés of the Palermo district, and the contrasting bohemian barrio of La Boca, where poor inhabitants of the area used left-over paint from the nearby shipyards to paint their humble houses made of scrap metal in bright, block colours.
The city is also world-renowned for its incredible nightlife, with many nightclubs, bars, restaurants and cinemas open all night. For a great evening, you could see an authentic tango show in the city where the dance originated, and you can’t leave Buenos Aires without trying some of the best steaks in the world!
Tango show & dinner - US$90 • Hop on/hop off bus - US$28 • Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes - Free
3 night(s) in hotels at Hotel TWO or similar.
1 Breakfast(s), 2 Local Breakfast(s)
Day 23 to 24 - Foz do Iguaçu
We fly over into Puerto Iguaçu on the Argentinian side, visiting the famous Iguazú Falls - the most magnificent waterfalls in the world. Unlike most other waterfalls that have just one or two cataracts, at Iguazú Falls there are 275 cataracts in a magnificent 3 kilometre long U shape that we will visit from both the Brazil and Argentinean sides.
Visiting the Argentine side of the falls you can board a speed boat which will take you under the falls soaking you from head to toe, an optional adventure you'll never forget! On the Argentine side you'll also find the famous "Devil's Throat" where fourteen falls drop with such force that there is always a massive cloud of spray overhead. Following this we transfer to Brazil by land and fly from IGU airport to Iguazu National Park.
Visiting the Brazilian side of the falls will give you a completely different perspective from the Argentine side. On the Brazilian side you can see the falls by walking through the rainforest and along catwalks above and below the rushing water. You can also visit the world's largest hydroelectric dam at Itaipu (optional) where you can learn more about the ecological issues faced during the dam's construction. There is also a very interesting bird park nearby, perfect for that must-have photo with a toucan!
Entry to Iguazú Falls in Brazil, Entry to Iguazú Falls in Argentina
Helicopter ride over the Falls - US$120 • Bird Park - US$14 • Rafain dinner and dance show - US$50 • Itaipu Dam, including transport, presentation film and tour around the engineering marvel - US$25 • Jungle 4WD and boat trips - US$12-60
2 night(s) in hotels at Hotel Taroba Express or similar.
1 Buffet Breakfast
Day 25 - Rio de Janeiro
Fantastic Rio de Janeiro has many things to see and do. A highlight for many would be to experience the majestic gaze of Christ the Redeemer at the top of Corcovado, the breath-taking panoramic views from the top of Sugarloaf Mountain, and the vibrant coloured tiles of the Selarón staircase. You can walk from the top of the staircase up to the quiet hill-top neighbourhood of Santa Teresa, with many quaint cafés and shops lining the cobblestone streets. In the city centre, you can stroll around Rio's old colonial buildings and wander around the skyscrapers of the financial district. Alternatively, you may like to visit the Botanical Gardens, one of the world-famous beaches of Copacabana or Ipanema, or the beautiful Rodrigues de Freitas Lagoon. If you are in Rio de Janeiro around February/March, get ready for the world's biggest party, the Rio Carnival.
Full day Rio de Janeiro city tour - US$68 • Pão de Açúcar (Sugar Loaf) cable car - US$12 • Beaches - free • Maracana Stadium tour - US$7-35 • Favela half day tour - US$29 • Hang-gliding - US$245
1 night in a hotel at Hotel Regina or similar.
Day 26 - Depart Rio de Janeiro
Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights.
1 Buffet Breakfast
- Di, 20.11.2018
zzgl. 590,00 $ (ca. 515 €)
- Fr, 26.10.2018 - Di, 20.11.2018 Ausgebucht 3.969 € zzgl. 590,00 $ (ca. 515 €)
- Di, 27.08.2019
zzgl. 620,00 $ (ca. 541 €)
- Di, 10.09.2019
zzgl. 620,00 $ (ca. 541 €)
- Di, 24.09.2019
zzgl. 620,00 $ (ca. 541 €)
- Fr, 02.08.2019 - Di, 27.08.2019 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 3.559 € zzgl. 620,00 $ (ca. 541 €)
Die Reise setzt sich aus verschiedenen Abschnitten zusammen, daher können die Reiseteilnehmer der Gruppe und ggf. auch der Reiseleiters wechseln.
Möchtest du die Reise gern verkürzen? Du kannst diese Tour auch erst in La Paz beginnen und/oder in Buenos Aires beenden:
La Paz to Rio de Janeiro: 19 Tage, ab 4.019 EUR
La Paz to Buenos Aires: 14 Tage, ab 2.669 EUR
Details und Termine senden wir dir gerne auf Anfrage zu.
Möchtest du von Lima nach Santiago de Chile reisen? Dann schau dir unsere folgende Erlebnisreise an:
allen Interessenten kann ich dieses Tour Paket ans Herz legen, wenn Ihr wirklich von der Region etwas sehen wollt. Der Mix aus Städten, alten Ruinen, unglaublich faszinierenden Landschaften, Salz und Stein- Wüsten, Sterne gucken, Flamingos beobachten, mondän Essen in den Metropolen der Länder, Weinproben, … das durchreisen fast sämtlicher Klimazonen. Die Tour deckt dies alles ab. Jedes der 5 Länder steht an sich für etwas völlig anderes und einzigartiges. Daher, wenn ihr 1 Monat Zeit opfern könnt, bucht die ganze Tour und nicht nur Abschnitte. Der Tourorganisator vor Ort sind professionelle Leute mit Verstand für die Länder. Jegliche Transport und Infrastruktur Problem werden für euch gelöst, sodass ihr Zeit habt, die Dinge zu genießen. Keines der Tage oder Ziele war verschwendete Zeit; mehr ist in 26 Tagen nicht zu bewältigen. Daumen hoch und Danke .