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Return flight to Lima (Peru) / Caracas (Venezuela) or Guayaquil (Ecuador) £265 (Aug departures /Departing London) @ Skyscanner (PlusUltra)
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Return flight to Lima (Peru) / Caracas (Venezuela) or Guayaquil (Ecuador) £265 (Aug departures /Departing London) @ Skyscanner (PlusUltra)

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Posted 12th May
Amazing price for flights to South America in August You also get to visit Madrid too as part of this package!

The available dates for Madrid to the three South American destinations are shown in the images below, and 95% of these flights are direct. You also need to book some London to Madrid flights. These are typically £61 from Stansted (Ryanair) or £64 from Heathrow (Iberia) for most August dates. You choose how long you would like to spend in Madrid (can be as short as long as you like) so there is no need for example dates for this part. Hand luggage only.



Madrid - Caracas (Venezuela) dates (return dates will vary depending on your selection of outbound date)

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Madrid - Guayaquil (Ecuador) dates (return dates will vary depending on your selection of outbound date)

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Madrid - Lima dates (return dates will vary depending on your selection of outbound date)
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Venezuela ? You first reindeer 🤭
At least you be rich in Venezuela, 200 quid will make you a millionaire 😃
jumpinoffthbed12/05/2019 19:00

Very tempting! Shame it's not too Cusco that would be even better.


Skyscanner lists Lima-Cusco flights in August at about 30 quid. If you have the time then the bus journey up through Ayacucho, Andahuaylas and Abancay is pretty amazing. From the coast to Ayacucho you hit 4900m in altitude and it is a real rollercoaster dropping and regaining nearly 2000m all the way before you start descending into Cusco, and then dropping another 1000m if you aim to head down to Macchu Pichu.

Amazingly scenic country Peru. Another great journey we did on the bus was from Moquegua up to Puno on Lake Titicaca. Another rollercoaster at high altitude on the edge of the Atacama desert.
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Venezuela ? You first reindeer 🤭
A cheap Colombia-London flight would have been perfect for my summer plans
At least you be rich in Venezuela, 200 quid will make you a millionaire 😃
Very tempting! Shame it's not too Cusco that would be even better.
jumpinoffthbed12/05/2019 19:00

Very tempting! Shame it's not too Cusco that would be even better.


Skyscanner lists Lima-Cusco flights in August at about 30 quid. If you have the time then the bus journey up through Ayacucho, Andahuaylas and Abancay is pretty amazing. From the coast to Ayacucho you hit 4900m in altitude and it is a real rollercoaster dropping and regaining nearly 2000m all the way before you start descending into Cusco, and then dropping another 1000m if you aim to head down to Macchu Pichu.

Amazingly scenic country Peru. Another great journey we did on the bus was from Moquegua up to Puno on Lake Titicaca. Another rollercoaster at high altitude on the edge of the Atacama desert.
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m99rsr12/05/2019 18:46

At least you be rich in Venezuela, 200 quid will make you a millionaire …At least you be rich in Venezuela, 200 quid will make you a millionaire 😃


Be like that in UK soon. Without the oil...
Nice. Come to Peru 6 o'clock in the morning, quick look for Machu Picchu, Titicaca Lake and NAZCA and come back last flight on this day.
BergkampWonderland12/05/2019 19:55

Nice. Come to Peru 6 o'clock in the morning, quick look for Machu Picchu, …Nice. Come to Peru 6 o'clock in the morning, quick look for Machu Picchu, Titicaca Lake and NAZCA and come back last flight on this day.


Is it a joke or are you talking seriously? I have no idea how long would take to visit these places...
stakeholder12/05/2019 20:34

Is it a joke or are you talking seriously? I have no idea how long would …Is it a joke or are you talking seriously? I have no idea how long would take to visit these places...


Ofcourse it is a joke
Good luck booking with some 3rd party agent
peakbear12/05/2019 19:36

Skyscanner lists Lima-Cusco flights in August at about 30 quid. If you …Skyscanner lists Lima-Cusco flights in August at about 30 quid. If you have the time then the bus journey up through Ayacucho, Andahuaylas and Abancay is pretty amazing. From the coast to Ayacucho you hit 4900m in altitude and it is a real rollercoaster dropping and regaining nearly 2000m all the way before you start descending into Cusco, and then dropping another 1000m if you aim to head down to Macchu Pichu.Amazingly scenic country Peru. Another great journey we did on the bus was from Moquegua up to Puno on Lake Titicaca. Another rollercoaster at high altitude on the edge of the Atacama desert.


I was too busy throwing up to enjoy the bus journey. They handed out sick bags before we set off. Those switchback climbs are gruelling.

Peru is incredible though. Bolivia too. Jaw dropping stuff at every turn.
KRONENBOURG31612/05/2019 20:42

Good luck booking with some 3rd party agent


Unless you plan to cancel the tickets or change dates, they are absolutely fine. I have used them and paid stupid prices to travel.
Thanks these flights are incredibly cheap. Wow.
peakbear12/05/2019 19:36

Skyscanner lists Lima-Cusco flights in August at about 30 quid. If you …Skyscanner lists Lima-Cusco flights in August at about 30 quid. If you have the time then the bus journey up through Ayacucho, Andahuaylas and Abancay is pretty amazing. From the coast to Ayacucho you hit 4900m in altitude and it is a real rollercoaster dropping and regaining nearly 2000m all the way before you start descending into Cusco, and then dropping another 1000m if you aim to head down to Macchu Pichu.Amazingly scenic country Peru. Another great journey we did on the bus was from Moquegua up to Puno on Lake Titicaca. Another rollercoaster at high altitude on the edge of the Atacama desert.



Didn't go to a few places like Titicaca because I hadn't had my yellow fever. I'd just like to do another trek to machupichu tbh and maybe go through to Bolivia.
Tempted to go again
jumpinoffthbed12/05/2019 23:15

Didn't go to a few places like Titicaca because I hadn't had my yellow …Didn't go to a few places like Titicaca because I hadn't had my yellow fever. I'd just like to do another trek to machupichu tbh and maybe go through to Bolivia.


Crossing the Altiplano in Bolivia between Uyuni and San Pedro de Atacama is the most beautiful but of traveling I've ever enjoyed. It's tough though. We topped out at 5500m I think.
peakbear12/05/2019 19:36

Skyscanner lists Lima-Cusco flights in August at about 30 quid. If you …Skyscanner lists Lima-Cusco flights in August at about 30 quid. If you have the time then the bus journey up through Ayacucho, Andahuaylas and Abancay is pretty amazing. From the coast to Ayacucho you hit 4900m in altitude and it is a real rollercoaster dropping and regaining nearly 2000m all the way before you start descending into Cusco, and then dropping another 1000m if you aim to head down to Macchu Pichu.Amazingly scenic country Peru. Another great journey we did on the bus was from Moquegua up to Puno on Lake Titicaca. Another rollercoaster at high altitude on the edge of the Atacama desert.


Great deal Op heat added. I would fly one way to Cusco or back to Lima but the other way you have to take the Train Cusco Puno Arequipa or or the other way. Its Arguably one of the most interesting train rides in the world.
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Southerndealfinder13/05/2019 12:23

Great deal Op heat added. I would fly one way to Cusco or back …Great deal Op heat added. I would fly one way to Cusco or back to Lima but the other way you have to take the Train Cusco Puno Arequipa or or the other way. Its Arguably one of the most interesting train rides in the world.



I've gone down from Lima to Paracas (Pisco), Nazca, Arequipa, Puno and Cusco (stops in each) by bus the last time I went, I wish I had caught the train from Puno to Cusco (I'm pretty sure that the train from Arequipa to Puno wasn't running at that time so that wasn't an option 11 years ago!). I'm not sure whether there is a standard public service - I looked at the Peru Rail web recently for someone and the weekly tourist sleeper service is prohibitively expensive for that route! I used the third class overnight service from Bolivia to the Argentine border and that was rough, ready and exceptionally cheap, it was a great experience,

So much to see and experience - anyone wavering about booking this sort of trip I would tell to take the plunge - amazing part of the world. Heat added!

I went to Venezuela a couple of years as my first experience of South America - getting out of Caracas may lead to a load of great experiences, but we had some pretty dodgy experiences there and I wouldn't go back and wouldn't recommend to anyone who isn't a hardy traveller! We took a flight to Lima pretty quickly.
Edited by: "oldcrazy77" 13th May
Venezuela is the most amazing place I have been! from Sahara like dunes, to snow capped mountain peaks, hundreds of miles of pristine caribbean beaches, to perpetual thunder and lightning. From world class extreme sports and rafting to the worlds highest waterfall. Then there are Maldives like atols and of course dense amazon rainforest.

Truly incredible, however the food is sh*te.
Edited by: "deathwishdave" 13th May
I don't see these prices anymore :'(
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I haven't read all this thread but I hope no-one booked Venezuela. I've literally only been back from South America a few days (Colombia, Ecuador and Galapagos). We were going to take the bus from Colombia to Quito but due to the crisis in Venezuela you do not want to go near the border or travel there.

Ecuador is great for volcanos such as Cotopaxi and hiking, e.g. Quilotoa though I wasn't particularly fond of Quito and certain parts are out of bounds (our hostel told us we would likely get stabbed if we went to one area)!

Now Guayaquil is the gateway for Galapagos, though we were lucky to not have to stop there as we used Avios from Quito. Everyone we spoke to who had ended up with a night there was not impressed. I believe world's most dangerous city but not sure about the reliability of that source!! Galapagos were amazing though so I'd definitely recommend there.

Peru we did a few years ago now and spent over 3 weeks. The Inca trail is great and climbing Huyana Picchu after is recommended. We covered Cusco, Sacred Valley, Puno, Lake Titicaca, Colca Canyon, Areuipa, Nazca, Huacachina, Ica and Lima. Overnight buses in Peru - Cruz del Sur are very very good.

I believe some people have got etickets already but I'd be a bit worried on this airline. More flights than not cancelled or severely delayed so allow plenty of time for connecting to and from Madrid and have some flexibility with your flights.

Don't forget Avios can be used for any LATAM flight, as long as you can find availability.
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 13th May
Southerndealfinder13/05/2019 12:23

Great deal Op heat added. I would fly one way to Cusco or back …Great deal Op heat added. I would fly one way to Cusco or back to Lima but the other way you have to take the Train Cusco Puno Arequipa or or the other way. Its Arguably one of the most interesting train rides in the world.


No, the train journey is pretty mediocre compared to some of the bus trips. Puno to Cuzco follows to road basically and although fine and quite scenic still not a highlight. The bus from Puno down to Arequipa and then Nazca is impressive though.
jumpinoffthbed12/05/2019 23:15

Didn't go to a few places like Titicaca because I hadn't had my yellow …Didn't go to a few places like Titicaca because I hadn't had my yellow fever. I'd just like to do another trek to machupichu tbh and maybe go through to Bolivia.


I am sure don't need Yellow Fever for Titicaca as it is at 3800m. Potentially if you go to the jungle other countries might want to see it but they wouldn't know. I have never had to show it ever..
rachelandgromit13/05/2019 18:25

I haven't read all this thread but I hope no-one booked Venezuela. I've …I haven't read all this thread but I hope no-one booked Venezuela. I've literally only been back from South America a few days (Colombia, Ecuador and Galapagos). We were going to take the bus from Colombia to Quito but due to the crisis in Venezuela you do not want to go near the border or travel there.Ecuador is great for volcanos such as Cotopaxi and hiking, e.g. Quilotoa though I wasn't particularly fond of Quito and certain parts are out of bounds (our hostel told us we would likely get stabbed if we went to one area)! Now Guayaquil is the gateway for Galapagos, though we were lucky to not have to stop there as we used Avios from Quito. Everyone we spoke to who had ended up with a night there was not impressed. I believe world's most dangerous city but not sure about the reliability of that source!! Galapagos were amazing though so I'd definitely recommend there. Peru we did a few years ago now and spent over 3 weeks. The Inca trail is great and climbing Huyana Picchu after is recommended. We covered Cusco, Sacred Valley, Puno, Lake Titicaca, Colca Canyon, Areuipa, Nazca, Huacachina, Ica and Lima. Overnight buses in Peru - Cruz del Sur are very very good.I believe some people have got etickets already but I'd be a bit worried on this airline. More flights than not cancelled or severely delayed so allow plenty of time for connecting to and from Madrid and have some flexibility with your flights.Don't forget Avios can be used for any LATAM flight, as long as you can find availability.


Guayaquil is an alright place (not super exciting, but things to see).and not dangerous either. Sounds like you have had some terrible advice on your trip. You won't get stabbed in Quito either.
peakbear15/05/2019 20:10

Guayaquil is an alright place (not super exciting, but things to see).and …Guayaquil is an alright place (not super exciting, but things to see).and not dangerous either. Sounds like you have had some terrible advice on your trip. You won't get stabbed in Quito either.


We never stopped in Guayaquil, but as two females travelling we were given advice in Quito not to climb up to the statue and they was a direct quote from our hostel. We met two women from Australia who were also staying in a nearby hostel who were told the same. This was at the end of April.
peakbear15/05/2019 20:07

I am sure don't need Yellow Fever for Titicaca as it is at 3800m. …I am sure don't need Yellow Fever for Titicaca as it is at 3800m. Potentially if you go to the jungle other countries might want to see it but they wouldn't know. I have never had to show it ever..



Actually now I think about it it was nothing to do with yellow fever, I read about what about tourist trap it is and decided to just get to Cusco and relax before the salcantay trek. From what I gather you need a bit of time to go further than the tourist area if you want to see anything authentic.
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