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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
Nemo I
Waved albatrosses and boobies on Espanola Island
Snorkelling in the volcanic cone of Devil’s Crown
Post Office Bay on Floreana
Frigatebird spotting
Puerto Ayora
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
Mexican flag-resembling 'chiles en nogada' in Puebla
Mexico City
Panteón Civil de Dolores cemetery
The Blue House of Frida Kahlo
The house of Leon Trotsky in Coyoacán
Puerto Escondido's beach
Chili lime grasshoppers at Oaxaca Market
Teotihuacan's Pyramids of the Sun and Moon
San Cristobal de Las Casas' Chiapas indigenous culture
The Zapotec ruins of Monte Albán and Spanish city of Oaxaca
Burritos from a street vendor
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
  • Trips & tours in South America & Central America

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  • Five facty-things about South & Central America

    • 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.
    • McDelivery
      You can get McDonalds and Burger King home delivered in Costa Rica.
    • 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

    Peru Completo

    julie - Australia, 26 May, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    This holiday was amazing. everyday had the wow factor, just when you thought ith couldnt get any better it did.The value for money was amazing. the guides really made the trip from their expertise to the fun factor, i couldnt have wished for a better holiday. well done geckos.

    Some of my best friends are Peruvian

    Melissa - Canada, 24 May, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    The trip over all exceeded my expectations, and I had such an amazing and memorable time. If I had to do it over again, I wouldn't change a thing, and my tour leader went the extra mile to make the difference in my trip, especially that I was traveling solo.

    Ecuador, Peru & Bolivia

    Caroline - Australia, 14 Apr, 2013
    4
    Overall Rating

    This tour is great, however, there were some places that I would have liked to stay longer and some places we could have skipped. Another day in Banos would have been preferred. Riobamba could definitely be skipped along with the devil nose train ride. Boring and not spectacular at all. Would have preferred to spend more days in the highlands in Peru.

  • Where we go in South America & Central America