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Wild beauty by day, cosy retreats by night, from the Puna to Patagonia
Iconic cities, wildlife hotspots and tabletop mountains in South America's giant
Chile's greatest journeys, from high deserts to the icefields and beyond
Tailored journeys in the unspoilt nature of Costa Rica's quieter side
Small ships and handpicked lodges for a very personal take on Ecuador
Our planet's greatest wildlife experience? If you only come here once, make it count
Pristine jungle, quiet beaches & colonial cities with the locals who call them home
Machu Picchu without the crowds, bustling markets with only the locals
Remote landscapes, open roads and the people who call Patagonia home
Moorish cities, peaceful trails and all that we love about Andalucía
Eat, sip, chat and step your way around markets, cities and coastal trails
Plot your own path to Santiago in comfort; this is The Way, your way
Beautiful landscapes entwined with Catalan culture, character and cuisine
Mountains, meadows and the clang of a cowbell in Spain's peaceful peaks
High peaks, flowing rivers and thick forests from the Atlantic to the Med
Castles, cork oaks and Fishermen trails on a slow journey across Portugal
Twisting terraces, pilgrim paths and tiny villages barely touched by modernity
All the penguins, icebergs and mountains, with added snowshoes and kayaks
Combine the great White Continent with the effervescent blues and greens of Patagonia
South Georgia, Falklands and Antarctica; the ultimate voyage of a lifetime
Travel Positive is the concept that drives us. Its three elements make Pura Aventura unique.
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An ode to Andalucía, from Moorish masterpieces to tranquil trails to thundering flamenco...
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To truly know somewhere, you need to meet the people. Here are a few friends we'd love to introduce you to.
Leave the tourist trail far behind as you spend the day with your guide, experiencing rural life first-hand.
Visit the mine of the infamous 2010 collapse in the high Andes. Timed right, you might even meet one of the 33.
Picos de Europa
Meet the last shepherds of the Picos, preserving an dying way of life. Then tuck into Spain's tastiest cheeses.
Meet the farmers behind the pioneering carbon sequestration project that our holidays help flourish.
Explore the trails and creeks with Rocio, the first female Kichwa guide and an inspiration for future generations.
Roll up your sleeves to help on a typical day on a farm, or just sit back and soak in a slice of rural Patagonia life.
Raise a glass of red at Paulo's wine Quinta in the hills of Douro and pnder why life can't always taste this good.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of a lesser-seen Lisbon as you explore on a relaxed tour with a local in the know.
Camino de Santiago
Make time to chat with locals and pilgrims on an unhurried walk along the best of the Camino Francés.
Soak up the atmosphere, sample the house specials and practise your Spanish in Seville's lively tapas bars.
Mix with locals at a weekly market; a social gathering and produce showcase engrained in rural Basque culture.
Go where the locals go on a relaxed walk around the pintxos bars in the company of a local Pamplonan.
Get stuck into estancia work, or just sit back and take in the rhythms of rural life in as the gauchos go to work.
Hike between remote homestays in wide valleys, where the food is tasty, the welcome warm and the beers cold.
Meet microproducer Don Carlos to sample coffee brewed the traditional way in the highlands of Costa Rica.
Stay at this brilliant ecolodge and meet young students whose futures are empowered by this social enterprise.
Meet the artists capturing life on this small archipelago, renowned for its distinctive bright watercolours.
Join our friend Emma for a relaxed home dinner at home: top notch food and local life straight from source.
Visit a female weaving co-operative in the hills for an authentic and in-depth insight into this ancient Inca skill.
Salvador da Bahia
Enjoy a day of guided community tourism, centred around the music, food and dances of Bahia.