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Cacti of Bolivia

Searching for the biological treasures of the High Andes

14 Days – 13 Nights

Starts in Santa Cruz de la Sierra – Ends in Tarija.

Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.

Landlocked Bolivia is a biological paradise nestled in the heart of southern South America. Surrounded by Argentina, Chile, Peru, Brazil and Paraguay, Bolivia’s rich and diverse territory is clerarly split into a wet eastern slope -where the Bolivian lowlands form part of the Amazon Basin- and a dry western slope, dominated by the mighty Andes. Bolivia’s tropical lowlands occupy roughly 70% of the country’s land mass. Cacti species are not as diverse here as they are in western Bolivia given the type of habitat, but the area is incredibly rich in other wildlife.

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Cacti of Chile

Discovering the living deserts of South America

12 Days – 11 Nights

Starts in Santiago de Chile – Ends in Calama.

Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.

Chile’s unusual, ribbon-like shape -4,300 kilometres (2,700 mi) long and on average 175 kilometres (109 mi) wide- has given it a hugely varied climate, ranging from the world’s driest desert -the Atacama- in the north, through a Mediterranean climate in the centre, to a snow-prone Alpine climate in the south, with glaciers, fjords and lakes.

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Cacti of Northwestern Argentina

Exploring nature and culture in the land of the Incas

15 Days – 14 Nights
Starts in Buenos Aires – Ends in Buenos Aires

Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
Northwestern Argentina is a land full of spectacular landscapes and with a vast cultural heritage. These lands were part of the the south quarter of the mythical Inca Empire -the so called Qollasuyu. The local native people call themselves Qollas. They are very proud of their heritage, and still preserve many of their traditions, their language and culture. The Andes in this part of Argentina are very dry, but they are crossed by a series of humid valleys, with Humahuaca standing out for its unique setting. Nestled amidst spectacular rock formations of the most incredible and diverse colors, this is the heart of one of the richest cacti flora on Earth.

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