Pumamarca's famous multi-coloured Rainbow Mountain.
Trek on ancient Inca trails to the heart of remote Andean communities.
Pass colourful valleys and walk alongside crystal clear, seasonal rivers.
Explore Salta and its wonderful wines, empanadas and asados (BBQs).
Picturesque campsites in the middle of nowhere to get you away from it all.
Professional, bilingual local guides bring the histories and present of this area to life.
The mountains appear to be from a different world, the colours, shapes and formations are beautiful and demand attention.
Some of the paths are fairly steep but the rewards of being in such wonderful surroundings are worth the effort.
T. Shearman, Salta area
Arrive Salta airport, transfer in to hosteria
Drive to Salinas Grandes, Mountain of Seven Colours, drive to Tilcara, hosteria (B)
Public bus Tilcara to Iruya, explore Iruya, hosteria (B,L,D)
Start trek, walk Iruya to Chiyayoc, simple lodge (B,L,D)
Trek Chiyayoc to Rodeo Colorado, camping (B,L,D)
Trek Rodeo Colorado to Río Nazareno, camping (B,L,D)
Trek Río Nazareno to Nazareno, simple lodge (B,L,D)
Transfer Nazareno, La Quiaca to Salta, hosteria (B)
Transfer out, ends (B)
Bilingual guide (Spanish – English) during trek and trips, transfers, hosterias and lodges as listed, mules to transport tents and food and up to 8kg of personal items for travellers, communal camping gear, meals as listed
Sleeping bag, foam mat, medical and life insurance, international and internal flights, tips, alcoholic or soft drinks, airport taxes, personal items, optional excursions, meals not listed, entrance fees to National Parks or Museums
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Prices From $3,500 / £2,917 per person
Duration: 15 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Prices From $1,300 / £1,083 per person
Dates: November 2017
Duration: 4 days
Prices From $3,194 / £2,662 per person
Dates: From October 2019 to March 2020
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Eating out choices in the Galapagos Islands have blossomed, with many new bars, cafes and restaurants opening in recent years, as hotel-based holidays have become more popular. Top-end dining has truly yet to arrive at the Galapagos Islands due to its remote location and difficulty in importing ingredients. However, the three main islands, Santa Cruz, San Cristobal and Isabela, offer a wide range of restaurants. They suit almost every budget and cater for most dietary requirements, from vegan to vegetarian, gluten-free and more. What you will find is Ecuadorian and international cuisine featuring a lot of fish, rice, vegetables …
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