A roadtrip is a rite of passage, whether you're taking on Canada, Europe or New Zealand, it's the only way to get into the heart of these incredible countries and explore.Save on accommodation with free and low cost campsites with campervan hire or take the famous roads of the US by hiring a car.
Forget everything you know about bus travel. We have suppliers all over the world who are safe and reliable and pick up and drop off at your hotel or hostel.Benefits of flexible bus travel include independence, and included activities to save you time and money on your adventure.
Travelling by train is easy, from Japan's bullet train to Europe's extensive Interrail network you can see so many cities and countries without setting foot into an airport. So save time waiting for your flight and hop on a train.
Getting from A to B and everywhere in between is reliable, flexible and affordable. Pick-up and drop-off locations include Costa Rica, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, and more, so you can go whereever the open road takes you.
You choose the schedule. Get up and go where you want to go, stop where you want to stop, spend extra days at places you like and skip right by ones you don't.
You'll need to provide a clean driving license from your home country and drivers will usually need to be 21 years or more. Eligibility will change per country so check before booking.
Nothing screams off the beaten track like renting a car, coordinating with a couple of friends and hitting the open road. Start off in Bariloche and gorge yourself silly on chocolate, steak and craft beer. Then, drive past beautiful lakes and forests on you way to Villa La Angostura. The beer brewery at El Bolsen is an excellent stop off, but be sure to watch your limits if you're the designated driver. Hop on a flight to El Calafate on Day 8 and pick up a new car for four days of adventures in El Calafate and El Chalten.
Includes: Accommodation and breakfast in all hotels and hostels.
Note: Car rental, GPS system, flights and any excursions/extra meals are not included. You'll be driving on dirt roads, so find suitable insurance.
Go out and explore Mexico's sceneic Yucatan Penisula, home to Mayan ruins, gorgeous colonial towns and beautoful beaches. From Cancun, travel to Tulum where you can visit the temples on the Caribbean Sea. The next day, continue to colonial Merida and visit the cathedral, Palacio Municipal and Casa de Montejo. The village of Celestun has some resident flamingos before you immerse yourself in the history of Uxmal. See the Mayan architectural style of Puuc in Sayil and Labna before finishing with the world-famous Chichen Itza.
Includes: Accommodation in middle-class hotels, tour operator's liability insurance and local taxes.
Note: Hire car, optional excursions are not included. Other self-drive routes are available, please ask your Travel Expert for details.