Travel through Latin America
What budget do I need for backpacking in South America? Is transportation very expensive? Is it possible to camp? How do I travel so cheaply? These and many other questions are the most frequently asked when planning a trip for the first time.
There are as many answers as there are travelers. In this kind of guide I will try to share the keys that made Juan and me be able to travel for 18 months with U$D 7 per day between the two of us. The more gas-guzzling/scratchy/broken version of me (and not for that reason unhappy, much less dirty) is about to be revealed.
So if you’re thinking of taking a trip and don’t have a lot of money, put the water for tea (I don’t drink mate), bring your notebook, and stay put. Coming soon is a guide on how to set up a backpacking budget for traveling in South America.
Normally, and regardless of the type of trip, the budget is divided into three basic elements: transportation, food and lodging. The first part (except within the cities) is solved by hitchhiking. Even in countries like Bolivia, where buses are very cheap, we choose to extend the thumb: we do not do it only for economic reasons.
Presupuesto para viajar por sudamérica en auto
La satisfacción de su viaje es nuestro deber, vocación y reto. La calidad al mejor precio es nuestra misión y objetivo. Calidad en el proceso de compra, calidad en el itinerario, calidad humana, calidad en los hoteles, comidas.
INCLUIMOS VISITA CON GUÍA LOCAL (Parlamento, Río Támesis, Torre de Londres, Palacio de Buckingham y el “cambio de guardia”). TRASLADO POR LA NOCHE a la alegre zona del Soho, donde podrá cenar en su restaurante preferido.
INCLUYE VISITA CON GUÍA LOCAL, entrada a la TORRE EIFFEL (2ª planta) y PASEO EN BARCO por el Sena. TRASLADO POR LA NOCHE al barrio de Montmartre, incluyendo el paseo en FUNICULAR, y varias opciones de restaurantes, por ejemplo, indios. TRASLADO POR LA NOCHE a la zona de la Gare du Nord, hogar de la comunidad india de París, con muchas opciones de restaurantes franceses o étnicos.
INCLUIMOS VISITA CON GUÍA LOCAL y entrada al COLOSO ROMANO y entrada a la CATEDRAL DE SAN PEDRO. PETER’s CATHEDRAL. TRASLADO POR LA NOCHE al animado barrio de Esquilino con restaurantes italianos, indios, chinos e internacionales. TRASLADO POR LA TARDE a la zona de Via Cavour con todo tipo de restaurantes.
Best route to South America
New York (United States) | Source: Pixabay6. Toronto (Canada)Toronto is the largest city in Canada and offers many options for tourists. It is the economic capital so it is one of the most important financial areas of the world. It is a cosmopolitan and multicultural place with a high standard of living and purchasing power.some of its points of interest are the Kensington Market; the CN Tower, the best viewpoint of the city; the Royal Ontario Museum; St. Lawrence Market; Dundas Square, reminiscent of the famous Times Square in New York; the Toronto Islands, located in the city lake or the mythical Chinatown neighborhood. Two excursions not to be missed on a trip to Canada are Niagara Falls and Scarborough Bluffs Park. Find the best accommodations for families in Toronto here.Toronto (Canada) | Source: PixabayCultural Families7. Washington DC, Columbia (United States)Washington is one of the most touristy cities in America. Although this entire continent is rich in culture, in the capital of the United States you will find monuments, museums, neighborhoods and buildings that represent the most recent history of the country.
Travel through South America from Colombia
+ June 19, 2012: Videoconference with National Geographic Store Madrid in the middle of an event about Colombia.+ June 10, 2012: Mention in Viajablog in its new section “Travel blogs in the backpack”.
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