Take the leap and challenge yourself to a life-changing tour in the adventure holiday playground that is South America.
A holiday is the perfect place to try something new, realise a dream and discover new skills.
Hike up Aconcagua, South America’s highest peak, trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu or walk the open trails of Patagonia.
Test yourself rafting on one of the world’s best white water rivers – Rio Futaleufu – or mountain biking down Inca paths in the Andes.
Sign up at a Spanish language school and learn that foreign language, giving you an even greater understanding of the countries you are visiting.
Or release your inner David Attenborough, be a naturalist and explore the wildlife-rich Amazon rainforest.
We’ve mentioned just a few of the ways you can enjoy a life-changing adventure holiday in South America.
It may be an individual goal, a group expedition or the chance to discover more about yourself in unfamiliar circumstances.
We can help you take that final step, getting out of the comfort zone and ticking things off the bucket list.
Challenge yourself, realise your dreams – dreams always remain so until you make the decision to realise them.
What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $4,900 / £4,083 per person
Dates: From February 2018 to February 2020
Capacity: 12 people
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What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $1,630 / £1,358 per person
Capacity: 16 people
Prices From $1,315 / £1,096 per person
Dates: From February 2019 to December 2020
Prices From $3,350 / £2,792 per person
Dates: From October 2018 to March 2020
Prices From $1,200 / £1,000 per person
Dates: From May 2020 to October 2020
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I had the most amazing time, it far exceeded what I was expecting.
The camp really does sell itself short, it’s an amazing camp. Food was out of this world and all staff were great, free bar at camp and each tent/hut had its own member of staff allocated to you for the whole trip, so coffee served in bed every morning.
There were yoga classes every morning to help get ready for the day in the raft and two hot tubs.
I'm going to go again next year!
V Hykel, UK, 2014
» Raft The Futaleufu River, Chile
Great exped overall, personally, it was tough, though a fantastic experience. Very good guides who always came up with the goods. Accommodation was good and adequate, camp was very good with very good facilities and food.
A. Wheatstone, UK, 2012
» Climb Aconcagua, 360 Route
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1st November, 2019 3:14 pm
If you are wondering what to eat in Buenos Aires you might wish to consider a tasting menu. Alan was recently in Buenos Aires and this is the account of his personal experience of a a tasting menu evening. He writes: Tasting menu – a lot of small “funny” dishes designed to confuse and challenge your palate. Well, that’s what I have always thought and as such they have never appealed to me. On a recent visit to Buenos Aires I was invited to go to a seven course tasting menu, paired with wine, at Casa Coupage. …
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