Three British travellers zig-zagged across three countries in South America and necked three beers in just 56 minutes.
Calum Foskett, 27, Jed Gibbs, 27 and Joe Oliver, 29, all from Bedfordshire, crossed the Amazon twice on a leaky boat and raced along dirt roads on motorbikes during their whistle stop bar crawl in Peru, Brazil and Colombia.
Their three-country beer-stop set them back just £25 – roughly the same price as five pints in London.
The three friends from Bedfordshire necked three beers in three South American countries in under an hour
The trio started off in Colombia and used a tuk-tuk (pictured) and speed boat to reach Peru
This map shows the route the three friends took during their three country beer stop
The British travellers decided to go on the 10 mile crawl across the three countries, where there are open borders, after their flights were delayed.
The three friends started off in Colombia and used a tuk-tuk and speed boat to reach Santa Rosa, in Peru, where they downed their first beer.
They then rushed back to the port and crossed the Amazon again, where they drunk a can of Skol in Tabatinga, Brazil.
They then hopped on the back of a taxi motorbike to cross the border into Colombia where they ran to a bar in the southern city of Leticia.
The friends finished their first beer at 29 minutes, the second on 41 minutes and consumed their final beer in Colombia after 56 minutes.
After reaching their second country, Brazil, the three friends downed a can of Skol
The friends reached Brazil by a rickety boat and downed a beer in the port city of Tabatinga
Speaking from Colombia, law student Mr Foskett said: ‘It started off as a joke in a bar and then we realised no one had ever tried it before, and then we had a problem with our flights and were stuck for over a week.
‘Whilst working out how to spend our time we were looking at a map and realised it could be possible to visit all three countries within an hour.
‘From there, it escalated to a beer in each country in under an hour.
‘We tried to make it as challenging as possible by adding two extra rules. We had to finish where we started making sure it was a full loop and each beer had to be served to us rather than bought in a shop.
‘It was tough going and I thought we weren’t going to make it at some points…it was like something from the Crystal Maze.’
The friends also travelled by motor taxi which they described as being a ‘bit scary’
He added: ‘It’s certainly different, How many pub crawls involve crossing a river by boat and shooting round on motorbikes?
‘The motorbike taxis are a bit scary…they don’t hang around.
‘Also the boat from Peru to Brazil appeared to have a leak but luckily we stayed above water.
‘Although it looks like fun, it was tiring as well. We spent the rest of the day laying in hammocks.’
The three friends hope they have set a record.
‘We gave it a good go, but I think it can be beaten…not by much though, Mr Foskett added.
The trio are in South America for three months and will return home in January.
The friends necked three beers in under an hour as they sped across the three countries (pictured: finishing the challenge in Colombia)