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For the benefit of everyone dropping by the Brazil branch for the first time, please read this FAQ first. And I hope there can be some sort of way to moderate the thread to keep it updated and clean. I know there are some AWESOME regular contributors here who enjoy giving advice; I feel this thread can really help to condense the information available.
I'll go first, with some general thoughts from the South America FAQ. Many thank to Apollo for starting that thread and for a great idea…
hi everyone, hows it going?
anyways im planning on getting to argentina on the 13/9 and leaving on the 16/10 and so im wondering what my best option is to see as much as possible.
i have 2 plans in mind which i dont know which one is better. one is to get to BS and then head staright down to bariloche and spend most of my time around that area. the other is to get to BS go up to the iguazu waterfalls and from there take a more scenic route through salta and mendoza to get to bariloche, i just dont…
For the first time i will travel through Colombia this august. I'll fly from Bogota to Pereira, then from Cali to Santa Marta and finally from Riohacha back to Bogota. I would like to know if it is highly recommended to take malaria pills (i got malarone pills from the pharmacist in the Netherlands) in Riohacha. I've bought DEET and an impregnated mosquito net. I hear a lot of nasty side effects of malaria pills, so if it's not necessary i don't want to take them (i will be staying there…
We are planning to rent a Hertz 4WD to drive the "Carretera Austral" southwards to O'Higgins, drop the car and cross the border via boat and foot to Chaltén in Argentina. To avoid the excessive one-way drop-off fees that Hertz imposes, we are looking for someone going in the other direction, northwards, who needs a car to pick up in O'Higgins (Robinson Crusoe Deep Patagonia Lodge) around 27-28 December 2016 and drop off in Balmaceda. Thank you!
Does anyone have any recommendations for books on Brazil? I’ve read a
few, like Michael Palin’s Brazil (ISBN 978-1780220864) and A Death in
Brazil (978-0747573166), and I recently stumbled across On the Amazon
(978-09556574145) and a nice short story called It’s Not My Canoe,
Amigo (by the same author, but a free download on Smashwords). I
enjoyed these, and also Ed Stafford’s Walking the Amazon (B0055CS5TQ).
Does anyone have any other favourites they would like to share?
we have 7 or 8 days to spend in the pacific coast and the flights from Medellin to Bahia solano and Nuqui are almost the same
which place is better to stay? nature,quiet,villages.....i heard el valle is very nice and to go here is better from bahia solano i guess
we wanted to sleep all the days in the same place but maybe is interested to share between the two areas?
any hostel or place recommended to sleep??
I will be going in December and tickets are not available yet? I want a sleeper seat. Anyone know cost? When online tickets become available? How the trip is?