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Overland expeditions of remote South American regions

  • 09 May 2012

When it comes to exotic vacations, the closest many Americans get is a cruise ship, what with their shimmering pools, exciting shuffleboards, and all-you-can-eat buffets of norovirus.

Skip the stomach flu and take a real adventure through equatorial bi-ways with No Limit X overland excursions.

Run by an intrepid husband/wife team — he's a former chef and sommelier, she ran a four-star lodge — No Limit X organizes and leads expeditions to Central and South America's remotest regions. The tours are planned up to 16 months in advance, and upcoming treks include:

The Good Life: Coffee, Culture, and Cigars

Nov. 30th - Dec. 11th, 2012 (Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala)

Explore Central America's oldest colonial cities, tour coffee plantations, and visit hidden coves.

Fin del Mundo Expedition

Dec. 15th - 23rd, 2012 (Guatemala)

Journey to remote archaeological sites in the Peten basin, and bivouac at the base of a Mayan ruin while commemorating the end of the Mayan calendar.

Ruins and Rainforest Expedition

Jan. 24th - Feb 2, 2013 (Guatemala, Belize)

Traverse the rainforests through Belize while visiting rarely seen Mayan ruins.

Treks usually include 8-16 people, with explorers riding/driving several cheekily-named, custom-rigged Land Rovers, including Brutus (Defender 130), Brando (Defender 90), and others.

A package will run you ~$3,200 per person, but that includes lodging, meals, and transportation. Sorry, no shuffleboard included.

The Specifics

No Limit X

$3,200 and up
info@nolimitx.com

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