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Visit Chaco and learn its fascinating history alongside fabulous wildlife.
Take in the Pantanal, full of birds, animals, rivers and spectacular scenery.
See all three sides of the Iguazu Falls: from Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina.
City tours of Asuncion and Concepcion, plus Jesuit ruins.
Arrive Asuncion, transfer to hotel
Boat and city tour of Asuncion, hotel (B)
Transfer to Filadelfia in the Chaco region, hotel (B)
City tour of Filadelfia. Visit Neuland and Fortin Boqueron, hotel in Filadelfia (B)
Estancia Visit, hotel in Filadelfia (B)
Transfer to Concepcion, hotel (B)
City tour of Concepcion. Visit the town of Belen, hotel in Concepcion (B)
Transfer to Villarrica, hotel (B)
Visit Colonia Independencia. Hike to the Suizo waterfall, hotel in Villarrica (B)
Transfer to Foz de Iguazu in Brazil. Visit Brazilian Iguazu Falls, hotel (B)
Visit to Argentine Iguazu Falls, hotel in Foz de Iguazu (B)
Transfer to Bellavista in Paraguay. Visit Jesuit Missions, hotel (B)
Visit mate factory and town of Encarnacion. Transfer to Estancia Tacuaty (B,L,D)
Day free, Estancia Tacuaty (B,L,D)
Transfer to Asuncion, hotel (B)
Transfer to Asuncion airport (B)
Private tour with English speaking guide, based on 2 participants, 12 nights in good tourist class hotels with breakfast, 3 nights at estancias with full board, transfers as described, trips and excursions as mentioned including entrance fees.
Flights, services not mentioned in the itinerary, extras, tips, insurance, personal items, alcoholic or soft drinks, meals not listed
Prices From $4,880 / £3,904 per person
2019 price, per person, shared room basis
Price reduces as more join
Single supplement applies
Longer/shorter stays possible
Upgrades available at extra cost
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Prices From $2,840 / £2,272 per person
Duration: 10 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Prices From $512 / £410 per person
Duration: 3 days
Prices From $1,300 / £1,040 per person
Dates: November 2017
Duration: 4 days
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We had a brilliant time , we loved it and managed all the mountain climbing! Our group was fantastic and also the guides .
We celebrated our wedding anniversary and both our birthdays - they managed to arrange cakes for our birthdays and we had such great laughs with everybody.
Shirley & Colin Whittaker (UK), Mar 2020
» Salkantay Lodge Trek To Machu Picchu
Highlights - everything really but probably Isabela.
The island was so beautiful, lots of areas to explore on your own - the walk to Muro de las Lagrimas, lagoons, beach, watching the pelicans diving for fish around sunset. Los Tuneles was probably our favourite snorkelling trip. Kicker Rock would be a close second, we have some fantastic footage of hammerheads.
All the breakfasts were fresh and enjoyable as were the lunches provided on the trips - especially the ceviche on Los Tuneles tour. Andrea, our main contact was great always on time, very friendly, lots of useful information. Overall organisation was excellent - no problems.
Thanks again Tom - it was worth the wait!!
Neil and Julie Buckley (U.K.), Jan 2020
» Galapagos Island Hopping
@ecocamp_travel Wow wish we were there!
2nd September, 2020 10:07 am
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