South American Explorers Clubhouse Blog

Planning to study Spanish? Raft the Amazon? Hike the Inca Trail? Work on an archaeological dig? Find volunteer work? Explore the Galapagos? Scuba dive? Climb Aconcagua? Kayak the Apurimac? Soak up sun on the beach? Drive or bicycle around the continent? Join an expedition? Or look for birds?

Whatever you want to do, South American Explorers can help with trip planning, member recommended guides and outfitters, discounts on lodging, schools, travel…and much more. We are not a travel agency or a tour operator, rather, we specialize in assisting independent travelers and groups make the most of their experiences. We are a non-profit organisation that provides personal help and attention to details backed up with more than 38 years of experience. That’s how long we’ve been assisting scientists, researchers, students and others heading to South America. So, take some time to explore all our website has to offer and contact us today to see how we can help you!

Hike to Marcahuasi
When the rain stops, we go to the mountains, and what is better than exploring something close by. Lima is[...]
What to do outside Lima? Lomas de Lachay
A Paradise just a few hours from Lima. Lomas de Lachay is a natural reserve located in Huaral at kilometre[...]
Independent Traveler Advisory: Ucayali
Ucayali, Peru. If you are travelling to Ucayali or another town close in the Peruvian jungle, this article is useful[...]
Parque Ecológico de La Molina
An instrument for rural economic development and tourism La Molina is a residential district in Lima that is recently introducing[...]
ABRA DE CORAO RIDGE WALK – 16th of January
Level – grade 3: Easy to moderate walking Time: 4 hour 20 minutes Distance: 13 kms/8 miles Elevation: 3750m up[...]
Doing the W in Chilean Patagonia
Torres del Paine National Park is Chile's most famous protected area in Patagonia and the trekking route known as 'The[...]