1. Heathrow Airport, UK (20 – 22 January 2013)
2. Buenos Aires, Argentina (22 January 2013 – 3 February 2013)
3. Iguazu Falls, Argentina and Brazil (4 -7 February 2013)
4. Corrientes, Argentina (8 – 11 February 2013)
5. Salta, Argentina (12 – 15 February 2013)
6. Cafayete, Argentina (15 – 18 February 2013)
7. Salta, Argentina (18 -20 February 2013)
8. Tilcara, Argentina (21 February 2013)
9. Purmamarca, Argentina (22 February 2013)
10. Salta , Argentina (23 February 2013)

11. San Pedro de Atacama, Chile (24 – 28 February 2013)

12. Laguna Colorado ,Bolivia (1 March 2013)
13. San Christobal, Bolivia (2 March 2013)
14. Uyuni , Bolivia (3 March 2013)
15. Potosi, Bolivia (4 – 6 March 2013)
16. Sucre, Bolivia (6 -15 March 2013)
17. La Paz, Bolivia (16 – 19 March 2013)
18. Copacabana (Lake Titicaca), Bolivia (19 – 24 March 2013)

19. Arequipa, Peru (24 – 25 March 2013)
20. Cosnirhua (Colca Canyon), Peru (26 March 2013)
21. Sangalle (Colca Canyon), Peru (27 March 2013)
22. Arequipa, Peru (28 March 2013 – 1 April 2013)
23. Cusco, Peru (2 – 3 April 2013)
24. Puerto Maldonado, Peru (3 – 7 April 2013)
25. Cusco, Peru (7 -13 April 2013)
26. Aguas Caliente (aka Machu Picchu pueblo), Peru (13 – 14 April 2013)
27. Ollytantambo, Peru (14 – 15 April 2013)
28. Nazca, Peru (16 – 17 April 2013)
29. Paracas, Peru (17 -19 April 2013)
30. Lima, Peru (19 – 23 April 2013)

31. Bogota, Colombia (24 – 25 April 2013)
32. Salento, Colombia (25 – 28 April 2013)
33. Medellin, Colombia (28 April 2013 – 1 May 2013)
34. Cartagena, Colombia (1 – 6 May 2013)
35. Playa Blanca, Colombia (6 – 8 May 2013)
36. Santa Marta, Colombia (8 – 9 May 2013)
37. Costeño Beach, Colombia (9 – 11 May 2013)
38. Tayrona National Park, Colombia (11 – 12 May 2013)
39. Palomino, Colombia (12 – 14 May 2013)
40. Santa Marta, Colombia (14- 15 May 2013)
41. Villa de Leyva, Colombia (15 – 18 May 2013
42. Bogota, Colombia (18 May 2013 – 21 May 2013)

8 responses »

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  2. wow! I just love love love your blog. I am heading to Colombia in 2 weeks and after reading your blog I feel I should be heading Peru instead. I have a few worries about Colombia: mosquitos and how to get back to the US. I see you only mention mosquitos in Tayrona but nothing on the rest of the trip. Please thoughts on that? My thought is to fly from US to Bogota, explore Salento y Tatacoa. Looks like we will have to spend a night in each place. 2 nights in Colombia sounds good enough. Then fly to Cartagena and visit Isla de San Andres and maybe Isla Provincial as well. Then Tayrona and spend a night in Santa Marta. We would like to keep going that way and visit Aruba and then fly back to US. Any thoughts?

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