Travel to South America by train
South America is a vast continent, and one of the best ways to travel through South America is by train. From the famous train from Cusco to Machu Picchu, to the Devil's Nose train in Ecuador, and many other routes, South America railway tours are a great way to experience the beauty of South America. Join us on one of our pre-designed South America rail journeys, or let us put together a custom South America railway tour.
8 Days - Vitória, Belo Horizonte, Ouro Preto, Tiradentes, São Jão del Rey Ride the Maria Fumaça steam train and the meter gauge from Vitória to Belo Horizonte, explore the colonial UNESCO town of Ouro Preto, take the steam train from Tiradentes to São Jão del Rey, and see the Railway Museum there. Then finish your Brazil Railway tour in Rio de Janeiro with a cable car ride to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain.
14 Days - the Route of Gold Railway Tour, plus Atlantic Rainforest, Iguassu Falls, & Salvador da Bahia Starting with the same itinerary as the Route of Gold by Railway Tour listed above, this Brazil by Rail Tour adds on time in Rio de Janeiro, the Atlantic Rainforest, the Iguassu Waterfalls, and Salvador da Bahia. This is the perfect tour for rail enthusiasts who want a good overview of Brazil's highlights.
8 Days - Buenos Aires, Puerto Madryn, Bariloche, Talca, Santiago This Argentina & Chile Railway Tour combines the famous Patagonia trains, Tren Crucero Patagonico, La Trochita, as well as the Tren de la Costa. Start in Buenos Aires and wind your way through Patagonia and the Lakes District to the Andes Mountains.
8Days - Buenos Aires, Salta, Tucuman, Lujan The Train to the Clouds, or "Tren a las Nubes," is a famous railway journey starting in Salta and winding through vertiginous heights to the Andes Mountains. This railway tour includes Tucumán to Buenos Aires on a Ferrocentral train.
14 Days - Lima, Paracas, Nazca, Cusco, Machu Picchu, Puno, La Paz This tour of Peru and Bolivia includes the famous PeruRail train from Cusco to Machu Picchu, and the Orient Express train from Cusco to Puno.
13 Days - Guayaquil, Riobamba, Cotopaxi, Quito The famous Guayaquil & Quito Railroad now has 5 Baldwin steam locomotives in service for the enjoyment of the railway fans. This 13 day tours includes stops at Duran, Milagro, Bucay, Huigra, Riobamba, Cotopaxi, and Quito. Also includes the Devil's Nose Train.
10 Days - Guayaquil, Riobamba, Guamote, Cotopaxi, Quito, Ibarra
The famous Guayaquil & Quito Railroad now has 5 Baldwin steam locomotives in service for the enjoyment of the railway fans. This 13 day tours includes stops at Duran, Milagro, Bucay, Huigra, Riobamba, Cotopaxi, and Quito. Also includes the Devil's Nose Train.
8 Days - Quito, Cotopaxi, Baños, Riobamba, Cuenca, Guayaquil
This 8 day tour from Quito to Cuenca includes a day trip on the Devil's Nose train, an adventurous route that is a must for any train enthusiast on an Ecuador railway tour.
8 Days - Quito, Cotacachi, Cotopaxi, Baños, Riobamba, Cuenca This 8 day tour of Quito and the heartland of the Ecuador mainland also includes a day trip on the Devil's Nose train, also known as the "Most Difficult Train in the World" because of the steep terrain that it covers.
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