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Walking south america

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Walking in South America
3 years ago, April 5th 2011 No: 1 Msg: #133028  
Hi,

Me and my boyfriend are going to South America in 3 weeks. We are visitng

Brazil
Argentina
Bolivia
Peru
Colombia

We would really like to do a 5 day walk on our own perhaps sleeping in villages maybe over 150km for the entire thing. Is there anywhere in South America where the towns are close enough to each other to do this? Reply to this

3 years ago, April 9th 2011 No: 2 Msg: #133341  
Three hundred kilometers separate Buenos Aires (Argentina’s capital and most important city) from Rosario (the country’s third largest city). Within that corridor you have plenty of cities to be visited and they are not very far from each other. Going northwest you may wish to visit Tigre, Escobar, Zárate, Baradero, San Pedro, Ramallo, San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Villa Constitución as well as some other places.
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13 months ago, June 23rd 2013 No: 3 Msg: #172123  
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I agree with Gustavo recommendations go for the nice, small villages where you can walk and ride bikes in. Basically aside of the main cities you can find next to towns everywhere!. You can just take a bus depending on which country, I live in Argentina and it works like that.
Good luck!!!

Shiuna
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