Movidas Journeys specialises in travel to Latin America - from Mexico, across to Cuba, through Central America and South America. We also cross the waters to Galapagos Islands, Antarctica, Easter Island and Tahiti. Keep watching for a few other little surprises. Movidas in colloquial Spanish means ‘moves’ or ‘movements’ as in dance or sport. It can also mean ‘in vogue’ or ‘chic’ or ‘a good connection’ - as in ‘I know someone who can get tickets to the sold out performance...’ It implies life and enjoyment, which is what we hope you will experience on one of our journeys - to vibrant cities, tropical jungles, wildlife havens or amazing landscapes. We have an extensive knowledge of Latin America and then some! It is our second home! We have also travelled beyond Latin America to the other destinations offered. We speak the language, having lived there. We tailor make journeys to fit your needs. Tours on the website are here for guidance - not set in stone. We handle special interests so tell us what you need. Our local contacts are the best and have worked with us for many years. They look after our clients as if they were family. Latin America is a fantastic destination, but not a simple one to navigate, as there is so much to see. It does not have a major rail network like Europe so train travel is not the usual means of travel, more of a feature. Distances are vast, considering that Brazil itself is bigger than Australia, so it is not a place one would travel all around by bus. Flights are necessary within the continent. Often travellers book a special airfare online not realising that they could have included some of the internal flights for just a little more, or used an airpass. It is not really a \'book online\' destination as one needs to know how to put things together in a way takes advantage of airfares and land/sea transportation to save on backtracking and costs in general. We are up to date with airfares, ship schedules, train schedules, market days, festivals and special events. So why waste hours of research when we can do it for you? We are available 24/7 for changes and assistance. We want to show you our world.
‘The local travel companies were all excellent. When we first met, they had local itineraries, tickets, bag tags, etc ready to give us. The hotels were all excellent with the Andaluz in Quito being out of this world, closely followed by the Casa Andina in Cusco. The guides and bus drivers were all very cheerful and were always waiting for us when we arrived. Overall we all had a great trip which I would rate at 11/10. The trip has really wet my appetite for South America and I reckon we’ll be going back on a regular basis’. T.K.
12 February 2016
2016 has started with a bit of a frenzy. A lot happening in Latin America with new programs, cruises, lovely new lodges and so on which we are delighted to share on our page. We are currently updating a lot of our posts so please keep an eye out for new additions.
Our Cubanissimo program kicks off in May, hoping you may join us.. Watch this space for updates!.e will also be bringing special offers throughout the year so stay tuned. Check our ‘Special Offers’ page as we update it regularly!
Special Thanks go out to our amazing friend and designer Luca and our website elves, Brenda, Edith, Paula and Alison.
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12 February 2016
Have you thought about travelling to Cuba before the winds change?? Why not join our group tour leaving for Cuba in May, escorted by Robyn Smith. Take the chance to experience Cuba at it’s best with a little stop in Panama en route. Click on the link for more information. Cubanissimo – Panama & Cuba