Trips + Planning

Contiki South America: Who, What, Where?

Why hello there South America, nice to finally meet you!

So in May this year youth travel company Contiki launched its  brand new South America program,  offering six new tours to their current global tour roster. Although their  tours do not official start until November 2011, I have been invited down south to receive a sneak preview of what to expect. This of course means you, my subscribers, get a sneak preview as well since I will be video and blogging all  of it.

Contiki South America Cover

The trip I will be on is 9 days in length and highlights some of the most exciting places to visit in Peru, Brazil and Argentina: including Lima, The Sacred Valley, Buenos Aires, Cusco, Iguassu Falls and of course, Machu Picchu.

So stay tuned to my blogs as I will be posting videos and written posts from each day of this unbelievable journey. (And try my best to do so in real-time, even though please do forgive me if I run a few days behind due to extreme adventure overload and or blogging exhaustion)

I am so incredibly ecstatic about getting the opportunity to showcase this for you guys. Don’t worry; I will NOT let you down!

About Contiki

Contiki is a youth travel company that runs tours in over 40 countries across Europe, the Uk, Asia, North America, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and now South America. They cater towards 18-35s and provide the individual or group traveler a hassle-free way to experience another country. Contiki tours include accommodation, transportation, meals,  sight-seeing and many other exclusive experiences pre-planned so you don’t have to worry about anything! Well, almost anything, packing is still up to you.

For more information check out http://contiki.com.

 

 

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3 Comments

  • Reply
    David
    September 23, 2011 at 9:44 am

    Cool Nadyne!!, enjoy your stay in South America. In Argentina don’t forget to eat “Asado”. ;)

  • Reply
    Mark
    November 10, 2011 at 9:17 pm

    I am so incredibly ecstatic about getting the opportunity to showcase this for you guys. Don’t worry; I will NOT let you down!

    Mountain Hiking in flipflops—really—LMAO
    Luv ya Nadine!

  • Reply
    Christina Humphries
    November 11, 2011 at 10:51 am

    You could use some discount perfume on your travels! Be sure to always look good for the camera and smell good for your seatmates! LOL

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