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Is 6 weeks enough to go from Lima, Peru to Buenos Aires?

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So I'm thinking about booking an open jaw ticket, landing in Lima and overland going through Bolivia through Brazil to Iquara falls and then fly out from Buenos Aires.

It's my first time in Sth America so I'm still doing my research but the things I want to see along the way include

Inca Trail
Macchu Pichu
Salar de Uyuni
La Paz
Lake Titicaca
Bonito
Iquara falls

There's probably heaps of other stuff along the way that I'll want to see as I research. But yeah, as I need to book my flights now, just wondering, is this too great a distance for 6 weeks? Will I be just spending a lot of time on buses?

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