Colombia – Ecuador – Perú 2013

This is a long trip compared to some others I’ve done. I know, probably nothing compared to all these people doing the Alaska – Usuaya route, but still it’s something. It wasn’t done with the idea of having the greatest adventure of all time but to discover some countries, their people and the way they live. I didn’t have that need to keep going further and further.

Also, it was written as I was peddaling, so what you get are the impressions of that very moment. Feelings change with time, but not in this case.

colombia - peru

Day 1: Cali – Mondoro

Day 2: Mondoro – Popayán

Day 3: Popayán – Paletará

Day 4: Paletará – San Agustín

Day 5: San Agustín – Bruselas

Day 6: Bruselas – Mocoa

Day 7: Mocoa – Yamuzo

Day 8: Yamuzo – Lago Agrio

Day 9: Lago Agrio – El Reventador

Day 10: El Reventador – Baeza

Day 11: Baeza – Tena (including some Quito)

Day 12: Tena – Puyo

Day 13: Puyo – Baños

Day 14: Baños – Riobamba

Day 15: Riobamba – Alausí

Day 16: Alausí – Chunchi

Day 17: Chunchi – Cañar

Day 18: Cañar – Cuenca

Day 19: Cuenca – Oña

Day 20: Oña – Loja

Day 21: Loja – Yangana

Day 22: Yangana – El salto del Inca

Day 23: El salto del Inca – La Balsa

Day 24: La Balsa – Jaen

Day 25: Jaen – Bagua Grande

Day 26: Bagua Grande – Pedro Ruiz

Day 27: Pedro Ruiz – Cocachimba (Gocta) – Chachapoyas

Day 28: Chachapoyas – Tingo – Kuelap

Day 29: Tingo (Kuelap) – Leymebamba

Day 30: Leymebamba – Balsas

Day 31: Balsas – Celendín

Day 32: Celendín – Baños del Inca

Day 33: Baños del Inca – Aguas Calientes (La Grama)

Day 34: Aguas Calientes (La Grama) – Huamachuco

Day 35: Huamachuco – Quiruvilca

Day 36: Quiruvilca – Huanchaco

Day 37: Huanchaco – Chao

Day 38: Chao – Chuquicara

Day 39: Chuquicara – San Pedro

Day 40: San Pedro – Caraz

Day 41: Caraz – Laguna Llanganuco

Day 42: Laguna Llanganuco – Yanama

Day 43: Yanama – Chacas

Day 44: Chacas – Carhuaz

Day 45: Carhuaz – Huaraz

Day 46: Huaraz – Casma

Day 47: Casma – Tortuga (bonus track!!)

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