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I don't like to travel alone and I like someone else to take care of the travel plans... travel co's or tour operators. I show up and they take care of everything.

My next few trips will be to South America. I'm looking for some advice. I like small groups (less than 15), local interaction and non-touristy. Traveling to Argentina, Peru, Colombia or Brazil (not all at the same time ;) ). I don't have a big budget, so nothing too pricey.

A German friend recommend viventura. Noticed that viventura.com is 'coming soon' to the US. Took the survey (I could use the $100 off my next trip and a hammock).

My questions are:
Has anyone used viventura before (from any country)?
Is there anyone else that you would recommend?

Thx - Veri

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