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Patagonia & Andes between Cartagena and Rio de Janeiro via Ushuaia including Carnival (Cartagena to Rio De Janeiro)

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135
Our saving
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Cost/day $80
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Starts
Cartagena
+78 Destinations
Andes Mountains
Ends
Rio de Janeiro
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Highlights

Start in Cartagena and end in Rio de Janeiro! With the overland truck tour Patagonia & Andes between Cartagena and Rio de Janeiro via Ushuaia including Carnival (Cartagena to Rio De Janeiro), you have a 135 day tour package taking you from Cartagena to Rio de Janeiro and through Cartagena, Colombia and 73 other destinations in Latin America. Patagonia & Andes between Cartagena and Rio de Janeiro via Ushuaia including Carnival (Cartagena to Rio De Janeiro) includes accommodation in a hotel as well as an expert guide, meals, transport and more.
Age range
18 to 99 year olds
Accommodation
Hotel, Camping
Transportation
Overland Truck
Travel style
Overland truck

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Itinerary

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  1. Introduction
  1. Day 1: Cartagena
  2. Day 2: Cartagena
  3. Days 3 to 4: Tayrona National Park
  4. Days 5 to 6: Lorica
  5. Days 7 to 9: Medellín
  6. Days 10 to 11: Manizales
  7. Days 12 to 13: Salento
  8. Days 14 to 15: Popayán
  9. Day 16: Ipiales
  10. Day 17: Otavalo-Ipiales
  11. Day 18: Quito
  12. Day 19: Quito
  13. Day 20: Ecuadorian Amazon-Tena
  14. Days 21 to 22: Ecuadorian Amazon
  15. Day 23: Rio Verde
  16. Days 24 to 25: Baños-Rio Verde
  17. Day 26: Chugchilán
  18. Day 27: Chugchilán-Lake Quilotoa
  19. Day 28: Cuenca
  20. Day 29: Cuenca
  21. Day 30: Punta Sal
  22. Day 31: Punta Sal
  23. Day 32: Lambayeque-Huanchaco
  24. Day 33: Huanchaco
  25. Day 34: Huaraz
  26. Days 35 to 36: Huaraz
  27. Day 37: Lima
  28. Day 38: Lima
  29. Day 39: Huacachina-Paracas
  30. Day 40: Nazca-Huacachina
  31. Day 41: Puerto Inca-Nazca
  32. Day 42: Arequipa
  33. Day 43: Arequipa
  34. Day 44: Chivay
  35. Day 45: Chivay
  36. Day 46: Raqchi
  37. Day 47: Cuzco
  38. Day 48: Cuzco
  39. Day 49: Inca Trail-Sacred Valley
  40. Day 50: Inca Trail
  41. Day 51: Inca Trail
  42. Day 52: Inca Trail
  43. Day 53: Cuzco-Machu Picchu
  44. Day 54: Cuzco
  45. Day 55: Puno
  46. Day 56: Isla Del Sol-Copacabana
  47. Day 57: Copacabana-Isla Del Sol
  48. Day 58: La Paz
  49. Day 59: La Paz
  50. Day 60: La Paz
  51. Day 61: Uyuni
  52. Day 62: Salar De Uyuni
  53. Day 63: Bolivian Altiplano
  54. Days 64 to 65: San Pedro De Atacama
  55. Days 66 to 67: Salta
  56. Days 68 to 69: Cafayate
  57. Day 70: Recreo-Quilmes Ruins
  58. Days 71 to 73: Estancia
  59. Day 74: Córdoba
  60. Days 75 to 76: Mendoza
  61. Days 77 to 78: Santiago
  62. Day 79: Santiago
  63. Day 80: Santiago
  64. Day 81: Buchupureo-San Javier
  65. Days 82 to 83: Pucón
  66. Day 84: Bariloche
  67. Days 85 to 86: Bariloche
  68. Day 87: Cueva De Las Manos-Rio Pinturas
  69. Day 88: Argentinian Patagonia
  70. Day 89: El Chaltén
  71. Days 90 to 91: Los Glaciares National Park-El Chaltén
  72. Day 92: Argentinian Patagonia
  73. Day 93: Tierra Del Fuego
  74. Day 94: Ushuaia
  75. Days 95 to 96: Ushuaia-Tierra Del Fuego
  76. Day 97: Tierra Del Fuego
  77. Day 98: Torres Del Paine National Park
  78. Day 99: Torres Del Paine National Park
  79. Day 100: Torres Del Paine National Park
  80. Day 101: Torres Del Paine National Park
  81. Day 102: Torres Del Paine National Park
  82. Day 103: El Calafate
  83. Day 104: El Calafate
  84. Day 105: Jaramillo
  85. Day 106: Camarones
  86. Day 107: Puerto Madryn
  87. Day 108: Puerto Madryn
  88. Day 109: Monte Hermoso
  89. Day 110: Buenos Aires
  90. Day 111: Buenos Aires
  91. Day 112: Buenos Aires
  92. Day 113: Buenos Aires
  93. Day 114: Yapeyú
  94. Day 115: Foz do Iguaçu
  95. Day 116: Foz do Iguaçu-Iguazu Falls
  96. Day 117: Iguazu Falls-Foz do Iguaçu
  97. Day 118: Bonito
  98. Days 119 to 120: Bonito
  99. Days 121 to 122: Southern Pantanal
  100. Day 123: Campo Grande-Southern Pantanal
  101. Day 124: Brotas
  102. Day 125: Brotas
  103. Days 126 to 128: Paraty
  104. Day 129: Rio De Janeiro
  105. Day 130: Rio De Janeiro
  106. Day 131: Rio De Janeiro
  107. Day 132: Rio De Janeiro
  108. Day 133: Rio De Janeiro
  109. Day 134: Rio De Janeiro
  110. Day 135: Rio De Janeiro

What's included

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  • Guide

  • Meals

  • Transport

  • Additional Services

  • Optional Extras

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  • Flights

  • Insurance

  • Additional Services

Videos

  • Main Page Video
  • What Is Overlanding?
  • Dragoman - 2017
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Questions & Answers

Here we have collected and answered the most frequently asked questions about this tour.

  • What is the kitty payment?

    Dragoman's Kitty for Patagonia & Amazon between Cartagena and Rio de Janeiro (from Cartagena to Rio De Janeiro) is a group fund for this tour. The group fund pays for camping, hotels, food while camping, activities the group does as a whole (based on the itinerary mentioned above and in the brochure).

    The Kitty allows the group to be flexible as the hotels and campsites are not pre booked and booked by the crew while travelling which makes the whole itinerary more adabtable than the traditional tours. Sometimes you can stay an extra night at one location due to a special activity happening at the location, based on the groups wishes. All of these costs are paid at cost price and Dragoman makes no money out of it. Therefore, if money is left over in the Kitty after the tour, it will be paid back to the group members.

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About the countries

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Currencies

Peso
Colombia , Chile and Argentina
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Dollar
Ecuador
S/.
Sol
Peru
$b
Boliviano
Bolivia
R$
Real
Brazil

Plugs & Adapters

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Visa

Here is an indication for which countries you might need a visa. Please contact the local embassy for help applying for visas to these places.

Vaccinations

These are only indications, so please visit your doctor before you travel to be 100% sure.
Typhoid
Recommended for Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Brazil. Ideally 2 weeks before travel.
Hepatitis A
Recommended for Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Brazil. Ideally 2 weeks before travel.
Tuberculosis
Recommended for Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. Ideally 3 months before travel.
Hepatitis B
Recommended for Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Brazil. Ideally 2 months before travel.
Rabies
Recommended for Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. Ideally 1 month before travel.
Yellow fever
Recommended for Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Brazil. Ideally 10 days before travel.

Policies

Location
Cartagena is the starting point and Rio de Janeiro is the endpoint.
Hold my space
TourRadar can request Dragoman to hold spaces for you for up to 48 hours without any credit card details.
Deposit
TourRadar only requires a deposit of 10% to confirm this Dragoman booking. The remaining balance is then payable 60 days prior to the departure date. For any tour departing before 17 December 2018 the full payment of $10,800 is necessary.
Cancellation policy
No additional cancellation fees! You can cancel the tour up to 60 days prior to the departure date and you will not need to pay the full amount of $10800 for Patagonia & Andes between Cartagena and Rio de Janeiro via Ushuaia including Carnival (Cartagena to Rio De Janeiro), but the deposit of 10% is non-refundable.
Credit Cards
The following cards are accepted for Dragoman tours: Visa - Master Card - American Express

Destinations

Covering a total distance of approx 17,109 km.
  • Cartagena (Colombia)
  • 189 km
  • Tayrona National Park (Colombia)
  • 233 km
  • Mompos (Colombia)
  • 137 km
  • Aguachica (Colombia)
  • 201 km
  • San Gil (Colombia)
  • 112 km
  • Villa De Leyva (Colombia)
  • 151 km
  • Honda (Colombia)
  • 79 km
  • Manizales (Colombia)
  • 48 km
  • Valle del Cocora (Colombia)
  • 9 km
  • Salento (Colombia)
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