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Uyuni´s Salt Flat

March to December
9 days

In the southeast of Bolivia there is a unique, almost surreal place where the arid Atacama Dessert (shared with Argentina and Chile) joins the extremely high Andean Plateau at over 3,300 metres. Here lies the largest natural salt flat on Earth, the Uyuni´s Salt Flat, where the immense white space is broken in some p... More info...

March to December
9 days

In the southeast of Bolivia there is a unique, almost surreal place where the arid Atacama Dessert (shared with Argentina and Chile) joins the extremely high Andean Plateau at over 3,300 metres. He... More info...

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Uyuni Salt flat(Bolivia) & The Atacama Desert (Chile)

March to December
9 days

This program combines two special South American destinations. The picturesque town of San Pedro de Atacama is the gate to explore the Atacama Desert, considered the driest desert on Earth, but hosting a surprising diversity of landscapes and geological formations, including vast salt flats or "salares", volcanoes, g... More info...

March to December
9 days

This program combines two special South American destinations. The picturesque town of San Pedro de Atacama is the gate to explore the Atacama Desert, considered the driest desert on Earth, but hos... More info...

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The Pantanal

From June through mid-November
To be defined.

The Pantanal is probably the largest seasonally flooded wetland on Earth covering more than 150,000 square km. Except for a smaller extension of less than 20% into Bolivia and Paraguay, the Pantanal is a Brazilian habitat located in the states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul.
When the Paraguay River and its ... More info...

From June through mid-November
To be defined.

The Pantanal is probably the largest seasonally flooded wetland on Earth covering more than 150,000 square km. Except for a smaller extension of less than 20% into Bolivia and Paraguay, the Pantana... More info...

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The Cerrado

April to November
5 to 6 days

Wildlife and landscapes of the Brazilian Savannahs

The tropical Brazilian savannahs, locally known as “Cerrados”, are the largest biome of the country after the Amazon, encompassing about 740,000 square miles of Brazil, also with a small part in Bolivia and Paraguay.

Occupying fully one quarter of Bra... More info...

April to November
5 to 6 days

Wildlife and landscapes of the Brazilian Savannahs

The tropical Brazilian savannahs, locally known as “Cerrados”, are the largest biome of the country after the Amazon, encompassing about... More info...

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