High in the Argentine Puna near the tiny, windswept town of El Peñon lies a rock formation that will blow your mind, and fill your camera memory. From a distance this amazing phenomenon looks like a glacier, but in the middle of a desert! This visit, and one to Laguna Grande (see our
Much like Peru, Bolivia is a place which is not associated with wine production, but both of these Andean countries have developing wine regions and the wine is getting better and better. These South American wine producers are dwarfed by the size, quality and production volumes of ne
Important: DONT EAT MUCH BREAKFAST – you have been warned! There is no doubt that Peruvian food is now on the world food map. We at Escaped Travel have always known that the Peruvian capital presents a real treat for your taste buds, but now that Lima is consistently being voted
Cafayate, Argentina is not 100% about wine – But let´s say 98%! The main focus for people going to Cafayate is obviously high altitude wine, there are dozens of vineyards within the town limits and also within a stone´s throw (or a short drive if you cant throw that far!). The w
The trip went very smoothly and we greatly enjoyed ourselves.
I want to especially commend the staff of your ground agents and particularly our Machu Picchu guide, Iric. We were caught up in a general strike in Peru which cut short our tour of the site and jeopardised our onward connection. Iric ...
- Steve Saul, Victoria, Australia - August 2017
We had a wonderful trip. Your providers were excellent in their service. We were met at our various stops and they were punctual for our pick ups. The vistadome train ride was more than expected. Drinks and snacks served on both trips. Our highlight was Machu Picchu, with the best gu...