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1. Posted by JoBrowne (Budding Member 10 posts) 12y

I would appreciate any suggestions regarding decent tour agencies or any tips and advice about visiting the following:

Bolivia: Toro-toro, Noel Kempff, amazon
Argentina: Patagonia
Peru: Inca trail

Help? Please? Thanks.


2. Posted by eve3981 (Full Member 34 posts) 12y

I find www.exploreworldwide an excellent company to travel with. No single supplements if you do not mind sharing and available as 'land only' if you want to do some of your trip independently.
Hope this helps.

3. Posted by PistolPD (Full Member 19 posts) 12y

hi there,

For the Inka trail you can try or They are affiliated with each other, but Colibri offers more services and is a little cheaper...I did the trek thru them last year and was very happy with them! As for Patagonia, I am in the process of researching tours there myself as I am planning my trip back to South America later this year. So far I've come up with and Can't say how good they are since I have not gone yet, but both were recommended in various guidebooks.

have fun!

4. Posted by PistolPD (Full Member 19 posts) 12y

OOPS! WARNING! please do not go to I think I got the email address wrong...its a 'bad' site!

I'll post the correct website for Quente when I find it...


5. Posted by PistolPD (Full Member 19 posts) 12y

no u!

sorry again.

6. Posted by Kingwindle (Respected Member 302 posts) 12y

If you like Mountain biking then how about the worlds most dangerous roads, also singletracks the lot. I saw thi sit ein the metro on the way to work yeaterday morning...
Its awesome and i'm definately gonna do it...


7. Posted by pfb04 (Budding Member 8 posts) 11y

Hi, you can give a look at that´s good site


8. Posted by Peruvian (Budding Member 39 posts) 11y

Hi you can visit


9. Posted by Cecy (Inactive 6 posts) 11y

About visiting Patagonia in Argentina, take a look at
It helps a lot for a tour in the region.
Patagonia is really worth visiting.