Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of South America on this incredible Overland adventure from Lima to Rio de Janeiro. Enjoy the pulsating energy of cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, trek along ancient Inca paths to the magnificent ruins of Machu Picchu and experience life on the amazing 'floating islands' of Lake Titicaca. Discover diverse landscapes and breathtaking scenery as you explore verdant Brazilian forests, marvel at the thunderous Iguazu Falls, survey vast Bolivian salt flats, traverse soaring Andean mountains and venture deep into the lush Pantanal wetlands. Along the way, meet friendly locals and discover the rich cultural heritage of this utterly bewitching continent.
Arrive early to discover the wealth of culture in Peru's historic capital. Gain an insight into colonial history at the fascinating Museo de la Inquisicion or head to beachside Miraflores to sample some epicurean delights.
Day 2 Paracas National Park/Ballestas Islands
See well-preserved remnants of past civilisations at the Chauchilla Cemetery then soak up the scenery of Paracas National Park.
Day 3 Huacachina/Nazca
Gaze in wonder at the mysterious line formations etched in the ground.
Day 4 Puerto Inca
Camp overnight in this colonial port town.
Days 5-6 Arequipa
Admire white-stone buildings and beautiful churches.
Days 7-8 Chivay/Colca Canyon
Rejuvenate in thermal springs before visiting the Colca Canyon to try and spot and Andean condor, the world's largest flying bird.
Day 9 Raqchi Homestay
Visit the Raqchi Artisan Centre and be welcomed by friendly locals on a family homestay.
Days 10-11 Cuzco
Fall in love with Cuzco, the heart and soul of Peru.
Days 12-15 Quechua Community Trek/Classic Inca Trail
Retrace the footsteps of the ancient Incas through lush valleys, rugged mountains and atmospheric cloud forests.
Days 16-17 Machu Picchu/Cuzco
Discover this remarkable 'Lost City' on a guided tour, before returning to Cuzco.
Day 18 Sillustani/Puno
Cruise Lake Titicaca and see the 'floating islands' of the Uros people. Marvel at the Sillustani funerary towers and spend the night in the township of Puno.
Days 19-20 Copacabana
Reach Copacabana and take a boat trip to Isla del Sol, regarded as the birthplace of the Inca civilisation
Days 21-24 La Paz
Be enchanted by the dizzying heights of La Paz.
Days 25-26 Potosi
Explore the dark history of this once-wealthy mining town.
Days 27-29 Salar de Uyuni
Marvel at the surreal landscape of Bolivia's largest salt flat
Days 30-31 San Pedro de Atacama
The desert safari ends at San Pedro de Atacama, a small oasis in the middle of an evaporated saline lake. There are options here to do tours to the many sights in the area, such as the Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley) or the ruins of Pukara de Quitor.
Days 32-34 Salta
Head to Salta and view the colourful mountains of Quebrada de Humahuaca.
Day 35 Cafayate
Learn about wine on a vineyard tour.
Days 36-39 Estancia Stay
Choose to saddle up for a horse ride before sampling a famous Argentine barbecue.
Days 40-41 Cordoba
Admire the city's many beautiful churches.
Days 42-43 Buenos Aires
Get swept up in the passion of Argentina's elegant capital.
Days 44-45 San Ignacio de Mini
The intricately carved ruins of San Ignacio Mini are an impressive sight.
Days 46-48 Iguazu Falls
Explore both the Argentinean and Brazilian sides of the falls, admiring their jaw-dropping magnitude and panoramic splendour. Riverside boardwalks, misty rainbows and colourful butterflies all add to the magic of this famous natural wonder.
Days 49-51 Bonito
Crystal-clear rivers and incredible caves combine to make Bonito a natural paradise.
Days 52-54 Pantanal
Spend two days canoeing, wildlife spotting, piranha fishing and hiking the vast wetland of the Pantanal.
Days 55-56 Brotas
Relish the sublime natural beauty of this isolated area.
Days 57-59 Paraty
Journey down the Costa Verde to colonial Paraty and take a boat trip to the surrounding islands and beaches.
Day 60 Rio de Janeiro
Soak up some sun on Rio's famous beaches.