South America + Caribbean Sea

Argentina & Patagonia

Stretching out over Southern Argentina and Chile lies Patagonia, a region with unspoiled nature, unparalleled tranquillity and a stunning variety of landscapes all waiting to be explored. Day by day program Day 1: Arrive in Buenos Aires The capital Buenos Aires is a bustling metropolis and also called the Paris of Latin America. Lovely hotels such as Recoleta and Palermo are a good starting point for your tour. Day 2 and 3: Buenos ... read more

Argentina & Uruguay

Buenos Aires, is located at the Río de la Plata and has more than 11 million inhabitants which makes it one of the largest cities in South America. The Argentinean capital has a European atmosphere which is why it is also called the "Paris" of South America. Buenos Aires is an intriguing city with different neighbourhoods, each with its own character. The Avenida 9 de Julio is the widest avenue in the world and the obelisk found here is ... read more

Argentina, Chile & Brazil

During our summer months, North Argentina and Chile are easy to travel as it is dry with an average temperature of 22 ºC. A journey through these countries guarantees breathtaking desert landscapes with beautiful towns along the way, Indian cultures, fine wines and overnight stays in characteristic haciendas and colonial houses. The journey begins with a visit to the bustling capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires! Also consider spending the ... read more

Brazil: Family Adventure

Brazil is the largest country in South America and is a country of immense proportions and contrasts. It offers enormous waterfalls and beautiful cities with the most wonderful beaches within reach. Brazil is about as big as Europe with an area of about 8.5 million km², and the best way to travel is on domestic flights (Airpass). It is a very welcoming country, with a wonderful climate, little time difference and great for families ... read more

Colombia: A Big Surprise

Our newest destination is a rising star on the South American continent. The country of Botero and Garcia Marques has borders both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean and has so much to offer the visitor. Beautiful colonial cities, spectacular countryside as well as tropical Caribbean islands. What makes this  country so special is that tourism has barely developed. You will notice the warm hospitality and charming small boutique ... read more

Costa Rica: Family adventure

Enjoy a wonderful family trip through Central America, and travel at a leisurely pace along the highlights of Costa Rica. This is one of the most beautiful countries in our collection with fantastic beaches, high mountains, rain forests and green valleys. Costa Rica borders on two oceans and is well known for its abundance in nature reserves full of wildlife. The traveling distances are not too far and there are many exciting activities to ... read more

Costa Rica: Green Eco-Paradise

Costa Rica is highly recommended, the country has profiled itself as an eco-destination right from the very beginning. With nature conservation at the top of the priority list, there are more than 26 nature reserves amongst the volcanoes, high mountains and green rain forests. Here you can enjoy many exciting activities such as rafting, surfing, zipline and trekking. Outside the capital San José is the coffee plantation Finca Rosa ... read more

Cuba: meet the locals

Cuba is hot and it attracts a lot of visitors all year round. However the hotel capacity is limited and the infrastructure is not yet optimal so it is definitely not a last minute destination. We offer attractive home-stays during our journey through Cuba, so that you may meet many hospitable Cubans along the way. Almost all journeys to Cuba start in Havana, the historic capital full of atmospheric streets, squares, vintage cars, museums ... read more

Ecuador, Andes & Amazon

Although Ecuador is one of the smallest countries in South America, it has a wide variety of different landscapes. The country is 7 times as big as the Netherlands and on the coast you will find banana plantations and mangrove forests. Then follow the high Andes mountains with volcanoes and behind that the green Amazon region. Because of the relatively small distances you are able visit many different places. Ecuador has a colonial past ... read more

Ecuador: Quito & Galápagos

The journey begins in Quito, the capital of Ecuador and a city well worth seeing. According to the Lonely Planet, it is one of the best cities to visit in 2016. About 1,000 kilometres west of Ecuador, in the Pacific Ocean, lies the unique Galapagos Archipelago. The archipelago is a part of Ecuador and it can be reached within a 3 hour flight from Guayaquil/Quito. This unique animal paradise should on top of every nature-lover’s bucket ... read more

Peru : Andes and Incas

A fascinating, mystical country and a popular destination for families with children. This is one of the adventure tours that we offer that has long travel distances and high altitudes. The journey begins with a stay in Lima, then you will travel past deep canyons to Colca in the Andes, where the Great Condor flies. On the way to Lake Titicaca you travel vast plains with Indians and large herds of llamas. In Titicaca a visit to Indians ... read more

Suriname: Rainforests & Coasts

Despite the fact that Suriname has been independent for the last 30 years, the country still remains very connected to the Netherlands. The capital, Paramaribo, is situated on the wide Suriname River and has many historical buildings that bear witness to Paramaribo’s heritage. The hinterland of Suriname remains pure and unspoiled, an ideal area to spot birds and animals. Suriname is a melting pot of cultures which makes it an interesting ... read more
 

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