South America

Experience time on the Inca Trail, Machu Pichu up close and more on our South America travel study option. Gain insight into Inca culture and discover some of the world’s most livable cities. Stare in wonder at the Iguacu Falls. Try rock climbing, whitewater rafting, backpacking, mountain biking, sea kayaking, surfing, and more!

Dates Price Trip Length
TBD TBD 8 weeks
Group Size Ages Credits
18-22 18-30 15+


Accommodation is diverse, comfortable and carefully chosen to fit our needs, this includes camping, comfortable youth hostels, luxury apartments, lodges, outdoor centers and indigenous dwellings.


Whether a picnic, BBQ or birthday celebration, meals are fresh, tasty, healthy and varied. Breakfast and dinner are provided daily for you as we leave the lunch hour open for you to try local cuisine.


Vans are cool. You will be travelling in a multitude of stylish vans as you cruise around South America. It's hard to travel over oceans with a van, so for those occasions you will be flying.


Looking for more information? You can request a full itinerary packet right here . Likewise you can email us with any questions. We will gladly respond as quickly as we can!


Flights to and from South America are included in the cost of the trip. We also take care of your VISA.


Brazil, more of the Amazon, Argentina... We can help you figure out where to go after your trip as you explore more of beautiful South America.

Academic Credit

Academic credit is an integral component of this program based on the philosophy that ‘real world’ educational opportunities are often a far more effective way of learning than following a conventional classroom routine.


On your travel study experience in South America you engage in a number of activities that will challenge you and help you grow as a person. The confidence, and comraderary you gain through these activities is a part of what makes the journey so special.

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Exploring Jungles

South America is full of jungles that you will get to fully explore.


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Raft through the thundering Amazonian tributaries such as Rio Quijos, Jatunyacu and Jondachi.