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Camaguey's labyrinthine streets and alleys
Ernesto Che Guevara Monument in Santa Clara
The tobacco fields of Viñales Valley
Cayo Levisa's beaches
Las Terrazas biosphere reserve
Havana's fortress, cigars and rumba
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Havana
Havana's El Malecon sea wall
Learn about Che Guevera in Cuba
Santiago De Cuba's Afro-Cuban culture
Snorkelling in the volcanic cone of Devil’s Crown
Post Office Bay on Floreana
Frigatebird spotting
Puerto Ayora
Sullivan Bay's black lava field
Sombrero Chino
Bartolome's lunar-like landscape
The tortoises of Charles Darwin Research Station
Meet Sally Lightfoot whilst crusing the Galapagos
Daphne
Waved albatrosses and boobies on Espanola Island
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Mayan ruins of Palenque
The cliff divers and nightlife of Acapulco
Regional Anthropology Museum of the Yucatan
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Chichen-Itza
Cancun and Playa del Carmen
Oaxaca's street stalls
UNESCO World Heritage-listed pre-Hispanic city of Uxmal
Make 'Bread of the Dead'
1200-year-old cliff-top ruins of Tulum
  • Trips & tours in South America & Central America

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  • About South & Central America

    • If you think Spanish is the sexiest language in the world and you could easily eat corn (done all ways) for the rest of your life, then what are you waiting for? Vamanos to South and Central America!
    • Whether you wanna trek the Inca trail, cruise the evolutionary wonderland of the Galapagos or salsa your way through the backstreets of Cuba, Latin America’s intoxicating rhythms and friendly locals will win you over with one beat of a Honduran drum.
    • So jump on a Geckos South or Central America trip and hit the peaks of Patagonia, bathe under a full moon in Ecuador, explore the cloud forests of Costa Rica, chill out in Colombia, climb Maya ruins in Guatemala and lose yourself to the passion and the paradise.
    • Sporting goods:
      The Aztects played a ball game known as tlachtli where the losers were sacrificed to the gods.
    • Arachnophobic much?
      About 20,000 different types of spiders are hiding underneath tables and above doorways in Costa Rica.
    • Hitching in Cuba:
      Hitchhiking in Cuba is legal, and government officials are actually obliged to give you a ride.
    • Ummmm?
      Costa Ricans call speed bumps ‘son muertos’ or ‘dead persons’.
    • Wedding sandals:
      Incans were not considered married unless they exchanged sandals.
    • Print dusting:
      Argentina was the first country to use fingerprinting as a method of identification.
    • Talent & smarts:
      Shakira is from Colombia. Her IQ is 140 (that’s higher than Bill Clinton but lower than Sly Stallone).
    • Peruvian origins:
      Paddington Bear comes from “darkest Peru” where he was brought up by his Aunt Lucy after being orphaned during an earthquake.
    • Not just in Romania:
      There are three species of vampire bat in the world. They’re all found in Ecuador.
  • Past Travellers' Ratings & Comments

    Bolivian Adventure

    Clara - Australia, 31 Aug, 2012
    4
    Overall Rating

    A great tour of Bolivia

    West Coast You're Wonderful

    Dimity - Australia, 19 Aug, 2012
    5
    Overall Rating

    An wonderful trip extensively covering Ecuador and Peru, but only a taste of Bolivia. Highlights include Inca Trail, Macchu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, Nazca Lines, Chan Chan, and Banos, Cusco, Quito and Lima. Was good to see a wide area of Peru, not just the tourist mecca's. The Amazon trip wasn't enough for my tastes and I would recommend doing Amazon from another locale (like Peru)and for a longer duration. Colca Canyon was another highlight, but not included in the trip cost.

    Its Worth the Human Sacrifice

    Una - Ireland, 9 Jul, 2012
    5
    Overall Rating

    This trip was outstanding. I would never have been able to pack that much in to 4 weeks if I was travelling on my own. Id highly recommend it.

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