ROUTE IN LATIN AMERICA

Many people have asked me about the route ahead of me. As much as I would like to point it out specifically, I can’t. Why? Because just like the previous part of the trip, I know also this one will be dictated by locals. They are the ones who can best tell which routes are worth seeing, which are dangerous, in which conditions the roads are etc. Another point is that I don’t like to find out about places in advance, but rather as I go. It suits me, because I like going to places out of personal recommendations. For example, I had no intention of going to Florianopolis, Brazil, before more than a dozen Brazilians convinced me that I shouldn’t miss it. Also, I don’t mind cycling with someone else from time to time, so if another cyclist shows up, I just might have to adapt my route! Having said this, below is the outline of my route.


1st part (November 2015 – April 2016)

  • Ushuaia, Rio Gallegos, El Calafate (Argentina)
  • Coyhaique, Futaleufu (Chile)
  • Esquel, Bariloche, Neuquen, Bahìa Blanca, Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Colonia del Sacramento, Montevideo, Punta del Este (Uruguay)
  • Rio Grande, Florianopolis, Lages, Foz do Iguazu (Brazil)

 


2nd part (August 2016 – December 2016)

  • Asunción (Paraguay)
  • Tucumán, Salta, Jujuy (Argentina)
  • Asunción (Paraguay)
    Came back to Asunción for Christmas and stayed a bit longer than expected!

 


3rd part (February 2017 – January 2018)

  • La Paz/Santa Cruz (Bolivia)
  • Lima (Peru)
  • Quito (Ecuador)
  • Cali (Colombia)

 


4th part (February 2018 –

  • Venezuela, Guayanas, Suriname
  • Central America

Strangerless calls for strangers!

If you are on my route or know someone along it whom I should visit, please let me know. I’ll be happy to pay visits to strangers! The route from Colombia to Mexico is yet to be planned and also before that it might change, but above an outline.