After spending almost five months in South America, traveling through 4 countries – Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia and Peru, we are now back in Asia (just for a little while).
We are eager to share our travel stories and experiences. While we work on our stories, have a look at our journey through these photos and videos. Each photo leads to the photo gallery of that destination. The photos are in chronological order of our journey.
Sao Paulo | 12 Photos
Rio de Janeiro | 10 Photos
Ilha Grande | 10 Photos
Iguaçu/Iguazu waterfalls | 8 Photos
We did our first overland border crossing at these waterfalls. Not exactly at the waterfalls, but the cities that contain these waterfalls. Foz do Iguaçu on the Brazilian side and Puerto Iguazu on the Argentinian side.
Buenos Aires | 10 Photos | 2 Videos
Rosario | 13 Photos
Then it was down south, to the far out Patagonia – Puerto Madryn, El Calafate, Rio Gallegos and Bariloche. | 38 Photos | 1 Video
Mendoza and North-west Argentina: Cachi and Purmamarca | 11 Photos
From here, it was another overland border crossing into Bolivia. Stay tuned to know more about our nightmarish early morning hours at this La Quiaca – Villazon border.
Tupiza | 13 Photos
Salar de Uyuni tour: Southwest Bolivia | 23 Photos
The salt flats of Uyuni | 15 Photos
Sucre | 23 Photos
La Paz | 8 Photos
The original Copacabana and Isla del Sol | 16 Photos
From Copacabana, another quick overland border crossing into Peru.
Cusco, the UNESCO world heritage city | 15 Photos
Machu Picchu | 10 Photos
Ica | 11 Photos
From Ica, we headed to the North a little more, to the capital of Peru, Lima. Here we dipped our feet into the Pacific Ocean! After which we started our journey Eastward. It would be one of the most exciting phases of this trip in South America.
How exactly did we travel from the Pacific coast of South America back to the Atlantic? Watch this space!
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Maps of the journey
Sao Paulo, Brazil to Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina to Tupiza, Bolivia
Tupiza, Bolivia to Lima, Peru