Mexico City to Cuzco

Starts: Mexico City, Mexico
Finishes: Cuzco, Peru

Visit: Mexico City, Oaxaca, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Frontera Corozal, Yaxchilan, Palenque, Mérida, Chichen Itza, Tulum, Caye Caulker, San Ignacio, Tikal, Poptún, Rio Dulce, San Andres Itzapa, Panajachel, Antigua, Cerro Verde National Park, Suchitoto, Copán, Roatán, Lake Yojoa, Somoto , León, Masaya National Park, Ometepe Island, La Fortuna, Monteverde, Manuel Antonio National Park, Boquete, Panama, Panama City, Cartagena, Tayrona National Park, Mompós, San Gil, Medellín, Salento, Popayán, Ipiales, Quito, Ecuadorian Amazon, Rio Verde, Baños, Chugchilán, Cuenca, Punta Sal, Lambayeque, Huanchaco, Huaraz, Lima, Huacachina, Nazca, Puerto Inca, Arequipa, Chivay, Raqchi, Cuzco, Sacred Valley, Inca Trail , Machu Picchu, Cuzco

Tour Type: Group Tour

Accommodation: Budget


Overlanding is a fantastic way to experience the traveller's paradise of the Americas! Dragoman have been the world's leading overland operator for decades, so take advantage of our years of experience and come with us as we include all the must-see attractions as well as heading into the wilds, well away from the usual tourist trail. Starting in the artistic capital of Mexico City, we journey through some of Central America's greatest highlights including Mexico's incredible Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, the tropical paradise of Caye Caulker in Belize, the ruined city of Tikal and the colourful markets of Chichicastenango in Guatemala. From the charming colonial town of Antigua, we overland through the magnificent highlights of El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua, including their Mayan ruins, stunning beaches, wonderful towns, and spectacular volcanic scenery. We then head to Costa Rica to explore the forests and beaches there before arriving in Panama and its thriving capital. After a short flight to the incredible colonial town of Cartagena on the Caribbean coast, we explore some of Colombia's best highlights, such as the beautiful beaches of Tayrona National Park, the adventure capital of San Gil and the stunning historic town of Villa de Leyva, before crossing into Ecuador and arriving at its buzzing capital of Quito. From Quito we explore the stunning jungles, hills and towns of Ecuador and then head down to the coast and the idyllic beaches of Punta Sal in northern Peru. We then head south through Peru's deserts to the ruined Moche city of Chan Chan, then climb up to the spectacular Andean town of Huaraz, before heading to the chaotic capital of Lima. From Lima we continue down the coast to the magical dunes of Huacachina, and then overland to the mysterious Nazca Lines. We'll then climb up into the highlands to visit the colonial city of Arequipa and the breathtaking Colca Canyon, before staying at a local Quechua village stay on our way to the phenomenal city of Cuzco. Cuzco is our base for one of South America's best highlights, the Inca Trails and a visit to the legendary ruined city of Machu Picchu. Join us on this unforgettable overlanding experience through the Americas!


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Trip Details

The Trip

Product Code: 158165
Tour Type: Group Tour
Accommodation: Budget
Transport: User Defined##Dragoman overland vehicle, boats, local bus, plane
Guide Language: Engligh
Travel Styles: Overland Expedition

Starts: Mexico City, Mexico
Finishes: Cuzco, Peru
Duration: 109 days
Physical rating: Basic


    • Take a guided tour around the ruined Zapotec capital of Monte Alban near Oaxaca
    • Head on a boat trip along the breathtaking Sumidero Canyon
    • Take a boat trip out for a guided tour of the stunning and remote Mayan ruins at Yaxchilán
    • Take a fascinating guided tour around the magnificent ruined city of Palenque deep in the Mexican jungle, including time to freely explore the excellent on-site museum
    • Visit the spectacular Chichen Itza Mayan ruins on a guided tour, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World centred around the world-famous pyramid of El Castillo
    • Explore the phenomenal clifftop Maya-Toltec ruins at Tulum, wonderfully located right on the Caribbean coast
    • Enjoy a guided tour of the phenomenal Mayan ruins of Tikal, one of the greatest ancient sites in the world
    • Stay at a wonderful eco-lodge on a working Guatemalan farm near Poptún
    • Enjoy a beautiful boat ride down the Rio Dulce to the Caribbean town of Livingston
    • Spend a night at the Manos Amigas community project, a centre which has been set up to support local women and their children
    • Visit the bewildering Mayan markets at Chichicastenango, taking in the incredible sights, smells, and atmosphere (provided it is running while we are in the area)
    • Visit the spectacular volcanic landscape of Cerro Verde National Park, one of El Salvador's gems
    • Spend the night at the wonderful community centre of Centro Arte Para La Paz in Suchitoto, which runs many workshops and projects for the locals in the area
    • Enjoy a guided tour of the magnificent ancient Mayan ruins of Copán
    • Visit the dramatic crater rim of the active Masaya volcano between León and Granada
    • Visit the traditional markets in Masaya village, famous for its local handicrafts
    • Take a guided trek to explore the stunning forest trails of the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, learning all about the fascinating and beautiful ecosystem there
    • Take a guided walk through the stunning trails of Manuel Antonio National Park, finishing at the world-class tropical beaches where you can swim and relax
    • Visit the world-famous Panama Canal at the Miraflores Visitors' Centre, and learn all about the fascinating history of this controversial structure
    • We will have an included hike on the Camino Real, and a community based overnight stay, with all meals included.  
    • Explore Cartagena on a guided walking tour
    • Relax and unwind on the unspoilt beaches in Tayrona National Park
    • Explore the area of Mompós by boat, on a beautiful short trip out on the Magdelena River
    • Head out on a fascinating walking tour of Medellín and learn all about it's tumultuous past
    • Head out on a half-day guided trek through the spectacular Cocora Valley, and see the incredible 50m-tall Quindio wax palms, the tallest plam trees in the world!
    • Learn all about the cultivation and production of Colombian Coffee on a guided tour
    • Visit the jaw dropping Santuario La Lajas on the outskirts of Ipiales
    • Visit the equator at Mitad del Mundo
    • Spend 3 nights at our fantastic Ecuadorian ecolodge, taking in many activities such as boat trips on the Napo River, visits to local communities and treks through the jungle to some spectacular waterfalls and bat caves!
    • Trek from Quilotoa to Chugchilan
    • Visit to the Lord of Sipan Museum (not available on Mondays)
    • Guided tour of Moche Pyramids and the Chimu city of Chan Chan
    • Boat trip to see the seals & seabirds on the Ballestas Isles
    • Visit the incredible ancient Nazca sites of the Chauchilla Cemetery and the nearby Cahuachi Pyramid
    • 2 night stay in the beautiful white city of Arequipa
    • 2 night stay and guided trip to see Colca Canyon and condors
    • Quechua Indian homestay and community crafts project
    • Guided visit to the Raqchi ruins
    • Visit the incredible remains of the Inca temples of Sacsayhuaman and the Sacred Valley on a guided tour
    • Take a guided tour of the fantastic Inca temples at Ollantaytambo
    • TREKKING OPTIONS Option 1 Trek the Classic Inca Trail up the Royal Inca Road.  Option 2 Hike unspoilt Inca Trails in remote stunning Andes scenery away from tourist treks on our exclusive Wild Andes trail.  Option 3 Take a Sacred Valley Tour, visit Ollantaytambo and take the train to Machu Picchu without trekking.  PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST ADVISE AT TIME OF BOOKING IF YOU WISH TO BOOK THE CLASSIC INCA TRAIL OR THE NON TREKKING OPTION, OTHERWISE YOU WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE PUT ON OUR WILD ANDES TREK. 
    • Guided tour of Machu Picchu
    Tour Staff
    • 2 Dragoman crew, Local guides where necessary, None
    • 25% Camping - 75% Hotels


    • Visit one of the countless art galleries in Quito, such as the Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana or the Museo Guayasamín (Price: USD 6)
    • Take a trip on Quito's Telerifico to the top of the Cruz Loma mountain, getting breathtaking views over the city from a height of 4,270m (Price: USD 8.5)
    • Visit the excellent Museo de la Ciudad, housed in Quito's oldest building, which explores the history of everyday life from pre-Colombian times all the way up until the present day (Price: USD 3)
    • Take a walk around Quito's incredible Botanical Gardens, which showcases all of Ecuador's various ecosystems and their flora (Price: USD 3.5)
    • Visit the Museo Mindalae, the extremely original project showcasing Ecuador's rich cultural diversity (Price: USD 3)
    • Enjoy the fantastic view over Quito's Old Town from the statue of the Virgin Mary on top of the nearby Cerro Panecillo (Price: USD )
    • Visit the Museo Nacional del Banco Central, showcasing the country’s largest collection of Ecuadorian art and housing an impressive gold collection (Price: USD 2)
    • Freely explore the famous Andean handicrafts markets of Otavalo at the Plaza de los Ponchos (Price: USD )
    • Explore the beautiful scenery around San Gil on one of the area's many walking trails, perhaps to the colonial town of Barichala or on the old road to Guane village (Price: USD )
    • Discover the scenery of the San Gil region on a horse riding trip through the surrounding hills (Price: USD 40)
    • Head out on an exhilarating white water rafting trip - the area has options for all levels, from beginner-level rapids on the nearby River Fonce, through the awe-inspiring canyon scenery on the fast rapids of the River Chicamocha, or the crazy Grade 5 rapids of the River Suarez! (Price: COP 50000)
    • Explore the incredible underground caves of Cueva del Indio or Cueva de Vaca underneath the area of San Gil on a fully-equipped caving tour (Price: USD 20)
    • Get your adrenline flowing on a downhill mountain-biking ride through the spectacular scenery of the down the nearby Suarez Valley or the Chicamocha Canyon  (Price: USD 90)
    • Head out to the natural swimming and diving pools of Pescaderito, an area very popular with San Gil's locals and visitors (Price: USD )
    • Freely explore the atmospheric old town of Barilacha, and discover its cobblestone streets, whitewashed buildings, and red-tiled roofs that look almost as new as the day they were created some 300 years ago (Price: USD )
    • Take a pleasant stroll and a swim in San Gil's Parque El Gallineral, getting lost amongst the magical forests of trees covered in wispy climbing shrubs (Price: COP 6000)
    • Take a short trek to the base of the Juan Curi waterfall, a dramatic 180m-high cascade where you can swim in the natural pool beneath or even abseil down part of the cliff! (Price: COP 7000)
    • Relax and unwind on the stunning unspoilt beaches of Colombia's Tayrona National Park (Price: ARS )
    • Discover some of Tayrona's abundant species of fish and aquatic plants by snorkeling in the calmer areas of the ocean along the coast (Price: USD )
    • Freely explore some of Tayrona National Park's scenic walking trails, including a hike to the mysterious ancient ruins of Pueblito hidden in the jungles high above the coastline (Price: USD )
    • Visit the historic coastal Spanish fortress of Castillo San Felipe (Price: COP 17000)
    • Discover the brutal history of the Spanish Inquisition at their former headquarters in Cartagena, the Palace of the Inquistion (Price: COP 15000)
    • Learn all about Cartagena's naval tradition and history at the Naval Museum of the Caribbean (Price: COP 15000)
    • Head out on a tour of some of the fascinating coffee plantations around the Chiriqui Highlands near Boquete (Price: USD 30)
    • Head out on an exhilarating white-water rafting expedition on the Chiriqui Viejo river near Boquete, one of the world's best rafting areas with 35 world-class runs to choose from (Price: USD 65)
    • Trek up to the summit of Volcán Barú, at 3,478m the highest point in Panama - please note this is a strenuous trek and usually takes approximately 8-12 hours, so you will need to be in decent physical condition to participate (Price: USD 80)
    • Take a dip in the excellent Caldera hot springs near Boquete (Price: USD 3)
    • Head out on a quad bike tour of the mountains, forests and coffee plantations near Boquete (driver's licence required) (Price: USD 55)
    • Go on a half-day rock climbing trip to the basalt cliffs near Boquete, one of Panama's best climbing destinations (Price: USD 45)
    • Take a fascinating bird-watching trip into the Chiriqui Highlands, one of the most abundant areas of birdlife in the Americas (Price: USD 50)
    • Enjoy a fantastic short canyoning trip through the gorges of Gualaca near Boquete (Price: USD 25)
    • Trek the famous Quetzal Trail through the cloud forests of the Chiriqui Highlands, or trek to various waterfalls in the rainforest (Price: USD 35)
    • Explore the spectacular Caldera Highlands around Boquete on horseback, riding through rainforests and local farms and coffee plantations (Price: USD 35)
    • Head on an excellent 12-line zip-lining course through the cloud forests near Boquete (Price: USD 65)
    • Explore the ocean on a catamaran sailing trip, heading out in search of dolphins, tropical fish and turtles and witnessing an unforgettable offshore sunset (Price: USD 40)
    • Explore the mangroves of Manuel Antonio by boat or by kayak, in search of rainbow boas, crocodiles and various water birds (Price: USD 20)
    • Head on an exhilarating guided jet ski trip on the Pacific Ocean near Manuel Antonio (Price: USD 40)
    • Go on an incredible white-water rafting trip on the Naranjo and Savegre rivers near Manuel Antonio National Park (Price: USD 40)
    • Take a paddle-boarding lesson to explore the secluded beaches of Manuel Antonio National Park (Price: USD 20)
    • Join a scuba diving trip to explore the reefs and underwater volcanic rock formations in the oceans near Manuel Antonio (Price: USD 50)
    • Try your hand at surfing on a short lesson in Manuel Antonio National Park (Price: USD 10)
    • Fly above the cloud forests and valleys of Monteverde on an exhilarating zip-lining course (Price: USD 50)
    • Explore the incredible cloud forests of Monteverde at the tree-top level on a 3km canopy bridge circuit (Price: USD 30)
    • Learn all about the cultivation and processing of the world-renowned coffee of Costa Rica at one of the many incredible coffee plantations near Monteverde (Price: USD 35)
    • Head out to the cloud forests of the Santamarias Reserve to explore the area by night, when much of the elusive local wildlife comes out (Price: USD 23)
    • Take a spectacular canyoning tour near Monteverde, including abseiling down 6 different waterfalls! (Price: USD 50)
    • Visit the fantastic Butterfly Gardens of Monteverde, and learn all about the abundant bug-life of Costa Rica's cloud forests (Price: USD 10)
    • Learn about Costa Rica's spectacular amphibians at the Monteverde Frog Pond  (Price: USD 13)
    • Take an exhilarating off-road quad biking trip around the stunning countryside of Monteverde (driving licence required) (Price: USD 70)
    • Explore the magnificent Monteverde Orchid Gardens, home to over 400 species of orchids found in the region (Price: USD 10)
    • Take a fantastic white-water rafting trip on the Balsa or Sarapiqui rivers near La Fortuna, some of the best rafting areas in Costa Rica (Price: USD 69)
    • Head out for an evening at the spectacular volcanic hot springs complex of Baldi near La Fortuna (Price: USD 34)
    • Explore the breathtaking forests and volcanic landscapes of La Fortuna on several mountain biking trails in the area (Price: USD 75)
    • Take a intense canyoning trip into the rugged gorges of the jungles near Arenal, including several waterfall abseils (Price: USD 100)
    • Learn all about the intricacies of Costa Rican cuisine on a cooking class in La Fortuna (Price: USD 45)
    • Learn all about the plants, animals, traditions and agriculture of Costa Rica on a visit to the El Bosque Eco-Farm near La Fortuna (Price: USD 45)
    • Explore the stunning countryside and lush forests of the Arenal region by foot, where there many excellent guided trekking options (Price: USD 55)
    • Explore the magnificent countryside and waterfalls around the Arenal volcano by horseback (Price: USD 65)
    • Trek to the summit of the iconic Concepción volcano that dominates over the island of Ometepe (please note that this is a very strenuous trek that will only be possible for those with a high level of fitness and in good shape - the trek is over 1000m of ascent and descent on rugged terrain, and will take between 9-12 hours). (Price: USD 40)
    • Trek up to the stunning San Ramón waterfall in the forests near Madera volcano (Price: USD 40)
    • Learn about the fascinating history and geology of the island at the Ometepe Museum in Altagracia village (Price: USD 3)
    • Freely explore the mysterious pre-Columbian petroglyphs scattered around the island Ometepe (Price: USD )
    • Visit the mystical and serene emerald-green lagoon of Charco Verde (Price: NIO 20)
    • Visit the incredible San Francisco Convent and Museum in Granada, the oldest building in Central America dating from 1585 (Price: USD 2)
    • Trek up the beautiful dormant volcano of Mombacho near to Granada, exploring its rugged terrain and dwarf forests (Price: USD 55)
    • Learn about the cultivation of cocoa and its manufacture into chocolate at the Choco Museo in Granada (Price: USD )
    • Take a boat or kayak trip around the beautiful Isletas de Granada, in search of the local birdlife and the magnificent views of the surrounding volcanoes (Price: USD 25)
    • Visit León's many museums and galleries, such as the world-class Ortiz-Gurdián art museum, the Gallery of Heros and Martyrs, and the Museum of Legends and Traditions (Price: NIO 20)
    • Enjoy a fun and unique trip out to 'sand board' down the ash slopes of the Cerro Negro volcano (Price: USD 30)
    • Trek up the impressive active Telica volcano near León (please note that this is a fairly strenuous trek and you will need to be in good physical shape to participate - the trek usually takes about 6-7 hours) (Price: USD 50)
    • Head to the fantastic modern visitor centre at the world-famous Flor de Caña rum factory (Price: USD 35)
    • Visit the ancient ruins of León Viejo, the original settlement built by the Spanish before the town was moved in 1610 (Price: USD 35)
    • Head out on a horse riding trip in the stunning countryside near León, including views of the impossibly-circular crater of El Hoyo volcano and the beautiful Asososca lagoon (Price: USD 40)
    • See a fascinating workshop in the village of San Juan de Oriente, demonstrating various local pottery-making techniques (Price: USD )
    • Head out scuba diving to the beautiful coral reefs off the coast of Roatán (Price: USD 50)
    • Rent sea kayaks to explore the magnificent Caribbean waters surrounding Roatán island (Price: USD )
    • Go on a spectacular snorkelling trip around the highlights of Roatán, such as the Blue Channel and St. Anthony's Key (Price: USD 30)
    • Head out on a guided tour of Roatán, seeing some of the most beautiful spots on the island and learning all about its history (Price: USD 65)
    • Go out horse riding across the stunning island of Roatán, through its wonderful eco-system of cacti, palms and orchids (Price: USD 40)
    • Visit the Macaw Mountain Bird Sanctuary in Copán, home to many rescued birds such as macaws, toucans and kingfishers (Price: HNL 200)
    • Visit the beautiful old Mayan stone carvings of Los Sapos, with fantastic views over the town of Copán (Price: HNL 30)
    • Visit the Copán Butterfly Gardens, a serene garden bursting with tropical plants and dozens of moths and butterflies flitting about! (Price: HNL 115)
    • Spend the night at the wonderful community centre of Centro Arte Para La Paz in Suchitoto, which runs many workshops and projects for the locals in the area (Price: USD )
    • Trek up to the summit of Santa Ana, El Salvador's highest volcano in the heart of Cerro Verde National Park (Price: USD )
    • Observe the traditional methods of fishing in the mangroves of Los Cobanos, on the Pacific coast (Price: USD 45)
    • Take a walking tour around the stunning mangroves near Los Cobanos, in search of wildlife (Price: USD 10)
    • Take a trek up to the famous active volcano of Pacaya near Antigua (Price: USD 59)
    • Visit the old Jesuit church of Santo Domingo, an iconic building in Antigua and home to six fascinating museums (Price: GTQ 40)
    • Learn all about the culture and history of Antigua at some of its museums, such as the Museum of Ancient Books and the Museum of Colonial Art (Price: GTQ 30)
    • Visit a traditional coffee plantation in the cool hills surrounding Antigua (Price: GTQ 200)
    • Participate in a local handicrafts workshop in a village near Quito, learning traditional weaving, cooking, or woodworking skills (Price: GTQ 200)
    • Head out on a boat trip to visit the traditional Mayan villages dotted along the coast of Lake Atitlan (Price: USD 30)
    • Take a tour through the spectacular highlands surrounding Lake Atitlan and Panajanchel, visiting picturesque villages and hot springs (Price: USD 45)
    • Take a kayak out to explore the beautiful waters around Rio Dulce at sunrise (Price: GTQ 100)
    • Explore deep into the Guatemalan rainforest on foot and trek on the canopy bridges near Rio Dulce (Price: GTQ 125)
    • Trek out to the incredible River Cave near Poptún, walking through the stunning Guatemalan rural landscape and exploring the underground rivers by candlelight (Price: GTQ 115)
    • Head out horse riding through the forests and farmlands near Poptún (Price: GTQ 100)
    • Take a day tour out to the nearby Mayan ruins of Ixcun, the comprehensive museum of Dolores and the beautiful waterfall of Mopan (Price: GTQ 150)
    • Visit the Actun Tunichil Mukwal Cave, a Mayan archaeological site that includes ceramics, stoneware, and skeletal remains such as the famous 'Crystal Maiden' (Price: USD 85)
    • Head on a horse riding trip around San Ignacio to the beautiful Barton Creek cave (Price: USD 55)
    • Take a full day tour to the remote ruins of the ancient Mayan capital of Caracol, once twice the size of the modern Belize City (Price: USD 110)
    • Learn about local herbs and plants on a medicinal jungle trail en route to a release program for Green Iguanas near San Ignacio (Price: BZD 12)
    • Explore the ancient ruins of Xunantunich, Belize's most-visited Mayan site and home to the mighty El Castillo pyramid (Price: BZD 10)
    • Visit the stunning ruins of Cahal Pech, atop a hill overlooking the southern outskirts of San Ignacio (Price: BZD 30)
    • Head out to the stunning coral reefs off Caye Caulker on a snorkelling trip (Price: USD 35)
    • Take a scenic flight over the phenomenal natural Great Blue Hole off Caye Caulker (Price: USD 200)
    • Head out on a fantastic scuba diving trip through the colossal coral reefs off the Caribbean island of Caye Caulker (there are many different options and sites available) (Price: USD 100)
    • Hire sea kayaks to explore the deserted mangroves of Caye Caulker's North Island (Price: USD 20)
    • Go on a half-day fishing trip in the idyllic blue ocean near Caye Caulker (Price: USD 250)
    • Head out to explore some of the incredible cenotes (natural water-filled sinkholes) near Tulum (Price: MXN 100)
    • Hire snorkel gear on the beautiful beaches of Tulum (Price: USD 10)
    • Go on a scuba diving trip through the ocean reefs near Tulum, or to some of the area's natural cenotes (Price: USD 100)
    • Take a swim in the stunning natural cenote of Ik Kil near the ruins of Chichen Itza (Price: USD 6)
    • Head out on a mountain biking tour through the cloud forests and highlands surrounding San Cristóbal de las Casas (Price: MXN 380)
    • Visit the atmospheric Tzotzil Mayan villages of San Juan Chamula and Zinacantan (Price: MXN 200)
    • Learn all about the traditional medicines of the Mayan people at the award-winning Mayan Medicine Museum (Price: MXN 20)
    • Explore the wonderful botanical gardens of Orchideas Moxviquil, and discover its collection of over 400 species of native plants and orchids (Price: MXN 30)
    • See the incredbile showcase of handwoven fabrics from throughout Central America at the Mayan World Textiles Centre (Price: MXN 52)
    • Visit the splendid Baroque Dominican church of Santo Domingo in Oaxaca's colonial centre (Price: MXN 50)
    • See the incredible Tree of Tule, which with a circumference of 42 metres hs the widest trunk in the world (Price: MXN )
    • Visit the remarkably well-preserved Zapotec ruins of Mitla near to Oaxaca (Price: MXN 64)
    • Learn all about the history and cultures of Oaxaca at the incredible Museum of Cultures, one of the best regional museums in Mexico (Price: MXN 64)
    • See Mexico City's famous traditional mariachi bands in the evening around Garibaldi Square (Price: MXN 30)
    • Explore the magnificent ancient Mesoamerican ruins of Teotihuacan near Mexico City (Price: MXN 59)
    • Visit the beautiful Palacio de Bellas Artes and see it's immense murals by world-famous Mexican artists such as Diego Riviera (Price: MXN 50)
    • Freely explore the huge area of the Zocalo in Mexico City's centre, along with its famous Metropolitan Cathedral and the Temple Mayor (the last remains of the old Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan) (Price: MXN 59)
    • Explore the vast system of waterways and flower gardens at Xochimilco, possibly including a visit to the creepy Isla de las Muñecas (Island of the Dolls) (Price: MXN )
    • Freely explore the colossal Chapultepec Park, one of the world's largest urban green spaces and a cultural hotspot where you can often see the pole-swinging 'Volador' dancers (Price: MXN )
    • Visit some of Mexico City's most important museums and galleries, such as the old house of the iconic artist Frida Kahlo, the former home of revolutionary Leon Trotsky, and the Museo Dolores Olmedo art gallery (Price: MXN 75)


Price person (sharing double) $8,920 ($82/day)


$714 per person for bookings made 56 days or more prior to departure

Full Amount for bookings made less than 56 days prior to departure

Cancellation: Strict

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Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru Mexico City, Oaxaca, San Cristóbal De Las Casas, Frontera Corozal, Yaxchilan, Palenque, Mérida, Chichen Itza, Tulum, Caye Caulker, San Ignacio, Tikal, Poptún, Rio Dulce, Livingston, San Andres Itzapa, Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Chichicastenango, Antigua, Cerro Verde National Park, Suchitoto, Copán, Roatán, Lake Yojoa, Somoto, León, Masaya National Park, Granada, Ometepe Island, La Fortuna, Monteverde, Manuel Antonio National Park, Boquete, Panama, Panama City, Cartagena, Tayrona National Park, Mompós, San Gil, Medellín, Salento, Popayán, Ipiales, Quito, Ecuadorian Amazon, Tena, Rio Verde, Baños, Chugchilán, Lake Quilotoa, Cuenca, Punta Sal, Lambayeque, Huanchaco, Huaraz, Lima, Huacachina, Ballestas Islands, Paracas, Nazca, Puerto Inca, Arequipa, Chivay, Raqchi, Cuzco, Sacred Valley, Inca Trail, Machu Picchu


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Dragoman has a proud history, standing at the forefront of the overlanding industry since the company's formation in 1981. Our first overlanding expedition to Nairobi and back set off in the summer of 1982, with our first trips to Asia following in 1984. In 1989, Dragoman launched operations in South America, and in 1994 (now with 13 trucks) we expanded out to Central America.

2001 Dragoman took over the assets of Encounter Overland, and we have been proud overlanding partners with Intrepid since 2008. Dragoman became the owners of Imaginative Traveller in 2011, the same year that our first truck arrived in South East Asia. Finally, in 2013 we entered North America, and were the first ever overlanding company to visit Burma.

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