Itinerary   3 comments

Below are a map and description of where we will be and when we will be there. At times it looks like we might do some back tracking, but this is due to the necessity to travel to certain places at specific times of the year in order to miss inclement weather. If we are unable to get a visa for India we will visit South Korea and Japan instead.

South America

(February – April)

1 – Arrive Buenos Aires

2 – Hiking in Patagonia

3 – Iguazu Falls

4 – Salta

5 – San Pedro de Atacama to Uyuni Salt flats

6 – La Paz for the ‘World’s Most Dangerous Road’

7 – Machu Picchu, Nazca and onward to Lima

8 – Iquitos to start our trip down the Amazon

9 – Manaus for Amazon River and Jungle

10 – Rio de Janeiro and Ihla Grande


(May – July)

11 – Windhoek & Sossusvlei

12 – Cape Town – Shark Dive

13 – Lesotho

14 – Victoria Falls – Bungee Jump, Train up to Dar es Salaam

15 – Mt Kilimanjaro and Serengeti

16 – Kenya for Hell’s Gate National Park

17 – Addis Ababa to Lalibela

Middle East

(July, if we have time)

18 – Egypt – Cairo to Luxor

19 – Petra to Jerusalem

20A – Constantinople to Goreme Valley


East Asia

(August – September)

20B – Hong Kong for Chinese visa

21 – Chengdu

22 – Tibet

23 – Xian

24 – Beijing

25 – Mongolia for horse ridding in the steppes


(October – November, if we can get a visa)

26 – India: Agra, Jaipur, Varanasi, Amritsar, Goa

27 – Kathmandu to Pokhara for trekking in Nepal

South East Asia

(November – January)

28 – Traveling around Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos until we return home.

Posted January 17, 2012 by Magan and Brenden

3 responses to “Itinerary

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  1. I love you!! Be safe and have a blast! We will miss you, but will be praying for your safe travels!! Love you!!

  2. I’m ready for some pictures!! Love you both and hope things are going well:) Miss you guys!

  3. Your trip looks amazing. The worlds most dangerous road looks like a good time to hit with a motorcycle. The salt flat’s pucturs are unreal I can’t believe it looks like a mirror. But the sand boarding looks like a blast hopefully you’ll get a chance to do more of that in the middle east.

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