1. Booking You must book your tour 6-9 months in advance to guarantee your spot on the Inca Trail, especially if you want to go there during peak season (June-September). Only 500 passes are allowed to be sold for each … Continue reading Tips on planning your trip to the Inca Trail
San Carlo Bariloche is considered to be the Lake District of Argentina. It, like some of the other towns we’ve visited recently, resides in the natural wonderland known as Patagonia. During Summer people come for the water sports and mountain … Continue reading Beautiful Bariloche
We were never planning on heading to El Chalten on this trip, but after realising that we’d booked to spend 4 nights in El Calafate with not much happening there, we knew we had to find a way to fill … Continue reading El Chalten: A little bit of hiking heaven
Visiting this glacier was the sole reason we booked to fly so far south of Argentina so close to Winter, so we were expecting a lot from this world famous natural wonder. We booked our return bus tickets for 450 … Continue reading Perito Merino Glacier
We’ve never been one for waterfalls, so when we saw how much it was going to cost for us to fly to Iguazu, we were very close to skipping it all together. But after much researching and penny pinching, we … Continue reading Invigorating Iguazu!
We had an early start with a 2-leg flight to Salta from La Paz stopping off at San Juan. But after sleeping on the plane we were refreshed and ready to hit the town of Salta. Our first stop after … Continue reading Serenity in Salta
Martin, a friend of ours from London had mentioned to us about a death-defying mountain bike ride down the world’s most dangerous road in Bolivia, my first reaction was ‘hell no.’ But after numerous TripAdvisor reviews and hearing about other … Continue reading Surviving Death Road