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21 to 31+ Nights from $4,962 w/air, hotel & air taxes*
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This 21 night sample itinerary includes:
  Flight into Lima and out of Rio de Janeiro
  Airport transfers
  All flights between cities
  1 night in Lima
  2 nights in Sacred Valley
  Train to Machu Picchu + Guided tour
  1 night in Machu Picchu
  2 nights in Cuzco
  2 nights in Santiago
  2 nights in Puerto Varas
  1 night Lake Crossing excursion from Puerto Varas to Bariloche
  2 nights in Bariloche 'The Heart of the Lake District'
  3 nights in Buenos Aires
  2 nights in Iguazu Falls
  3 nights in Rio de Janeiro
  Breakfast daily (most hotels)
  Hotel Taxes
  Attention Christmas / New Year 2015 Travelers: Select minimum 4 nights stay in Rio de Janeiro. Most hotels have minimum stay with mandatory check in dates for Carnival, Saturday (Feb14), Sunday (Feb 15) and Monday (Feb 16). Make sure to change/select the number of nights accordingly in your pricing request.
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Argentina (92)  Bariloche (26)  Brazil (75)  Buenos Aires (88)  Chile (74)  Cuzco (81)  Iguassu Falls (26)  Iguazu Falls (29)  Lake District (31)  Lima City (85)  Machu Picchu (69)  Machu Picchu and Sacred Valley (44)  Peru (101)  Puerto Varas (28)  Rio de Janeiro (58)  Sacred Valley (48)  Santiago (64)  

Lima - Sacred Valley - Machu Picchu Citadel - Cuzco - Santiago - Puerto Varas - Lake Crossing - Bariloche 'The Heart of the Lake District' - Buenos Aires - Iguazu Falls -Rio de Janeiro.
Trip Summary
1 nights in Lima City

Lima is a sophisticated and cosmopolitan city that has retained much of its classic colonial architecture and pre-Colombian archaeological sites, that features many of South Americas most beautiful historic museums, churches and cathedrals. The city is alive with activity in its trendy neighborhoods like Miraflores, the beachfronts of Costa Verde and Barranco, and the upscale boutiques, massive shopping plazas, and exclusive shops. Some of the most popular attractions include Plaza Bolivar, Plaza Italia, and of course the Plaza de Armas, and the breathtaking panoramas of the Alameda Chabuca Granda viewpoint.

History enthusiasts will love Lima's, National Museum of Anthropology, the Museo de Arte de Lima,and the Gold Museum, the pre-Colombian Huaca Huallamarca temple and the Huaca Pullana site, to Colonial Basilica Cathedral. (La Catedral, and the gigantic ruins of Cajamarquilla, just outside the Lima city limits.

Lima is the center of the gastronomic universe in all of South American, with cuisine that is as varied as its people with fine restaurants, bars and club, and live music throuought the city, and accommodations in Lima can satisfy the most discriminating traveler, and our preferred hotels include every level of comfort style, and luxury services.

Lima is a great place to visit, since most international flights arrive and depart here, our flexible itineraries combine Lima with most of Peru's spectacular destinations, and can be customized to your personal vacation oreferences.
2 nights in Sacred Valley

The Sacred Valley of the Incas is one of the most alluring destinations in Peru, encompassing a chain of fascinating villages that line the Urubamba, Vilcanota and Wilcamayu Rivers. This meticulously terraced valley, is the gateway to many of Peru's most spectacular archeological sites, including the iconic lost city of Machu Picchu, 2 hours away by train.

The Sacred Valley provides visitors an opportunity to experience the vibrant history of the area by admiring Incan sites like Ollantaytambo Fortress and Pisaq Ruins. And there is no shortage of activities for visitors here, offering an array of outdoor adventures such as hiking, horse back riding, and white water rafting on the Vilcanota River. To get to the Sacred Valley, one must first arrive to Cuzco city, then take a ground transfer of around 2 hours through either one of 2 routes: road to Pisaq or road to Urubamba.

The Sacred Valley can be linked with other remarkable Peruvian destinations, and Featured Itneraries can be customized to your personal vacation preferences.
1 nights in Machu Picchu

"The Lost City of the Incas" is set high above the Sydney, protected by steep cliffs, and lush green mountains. Generally accepted as the most important and captivating archaeological sites remaining from the Incan Empire, the complex, which includes temples, residences, fountains and hundreds of steps, was declared a World Heritage site in 1983, and voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007.

Known as masterful architects and builders it is still a mystery how the Incas built this magical place, transported the huge stones that it is made of, or how this massive complex was kept secret for four hundred years.

Located 50 miles from Cuzco, travelers reach Machu Picchu by train, and accommodations are available adjacent to the citadel itself, or in the nearby town of Agua Calientes. Daytrips to the Lost City can also be arranged from Cuzco, or the Sacred Valley, and our flexible itineraries can help you combine Machu Picchu with other remarkable Peruvian destinations, choose from hand picked hotels, and plan additional activities.
2 nights in Cuzco

Cuzco was the epicenter of Incan civilization until the arrival of the Spaniards in 1533. Fortunately many stunning Incan structures have survived, and helped to make Cuzco the archaeological capital of the Americas, and Peru's most popular destination.

Gateway to the Sacred Valley, and the lost city of Machu Picchu, Cuzco has a seemingly endless array of historic attractions, both Incan and colonial.

Cuzco abounds with excellent accommodations, and from here visitors can make day trips to the Sacred Valley, or ride the train Machu Picchu.

One of the world's most historically important, and exciting cities, Cuzco, along with Machu Picchu are must see destinations.
2 nights in Santiago

Santiago is a colorful and sophisticated city that percolates with all manner of activity. Nearly a third of the country's population lives Santiago, and nearly every visitor to Chile spends some time here. This is of course the gateway to the Chilean Andes and its natural wonders, the southernmost regions of South America and the mysteries of Antarctica , but Santiago is a scenic and exhilarating destination in its own right, where international vacationers, business professionals, and the local population create a diverse blend, that has helped to make Santiago a truly cosmopolitan city.

A city of barrios, each with its own flavor, Santiago is blessed with a rich local cuisine, and is situated in Chile's renowned wine growing region, so tours of the vineyards here are a very popular activity amongst visitors. Whether sampling a frosty belinda at a local café, dining at one of the many trendy international restaurants, enjoying Santiago's electrifying nightlife, shopping in its boutiques and markets or taking in the churches, museums, and well preserved colonial architecture along the Alameda, this is a city that will not disappoint.

Santiago boasts an array of 4 and 5 star hotels, as well as more modest boutique, bed and breakfast style properties scattered around some of the older and quieter neighborhoods, and day trips can be arranged to visit some of the country's best vineyards, or tour Santiago's wealth of cultural and historical landmarks.

If you are a skier, and are lucky enough to be here in the winter months (June-September) Valle Nevado's 300 skiable acres are just an hour's drive, or head for Portillo, Chile's premiere ski resort and be the envy of your skier friends back home. The warmest months in Santiago are December - February, but although great winter activities are quite nearby, you can depend on spring like weather even during the coldest months and summer weather (mid 70°- 90°F) for most of the year.

Santiago is a place that can be enjoyed by almost anyone, and our flexible itineraries will help you get the most out of Santiago, Chile, and the rest of Latin America.
2 nights in Puerto Varas

Here in Chile's picturesque Lake region, where European culture and German traditions are reflected in the architecture and cuisine, while the perfect cone of the Osorno Volcano and the nearby snowcapped peaks cast vivid images on the picture perfect shores of Llanquihue Lake.

Just 12 miles from Puerto Montt, the point of departure for Lake Crossing excursions offering travelers an extraordinary way to experience the majesty of Chile's emerald lakes, imposing vistas and the exquisite natural environment of northern Patagonia.

This is also a hub for travelers heading in either direction on the Carretera Austral (Austral highway), making it a popular stop for visitors to nearby archipelago of Chiloe, the Tenglo Islands, and the region's incredible national parks including San Rafael Lagoon National Park, and Parque Nacional Alerce Andino. Beautiful textiles and crafts of indigenous tribes, are available here, particularly in the shops and market of Puerto Montt, and the area boasts the greatest variety of seafood in the country.

Accommodations here offer panoramic views and excellent service, modern facilities, and delicious cusine and makes a perfect stop en route to the Lake Crossing and beyond. This singular experience can be linked with other remarkable Chilean and Latin American destinations. Our flexible booking process can help you create an itinerary based on your personal budget, and vacation preferences.
Lake Crossing - Hotel Natura Patagonia - 1 night
departing from Puerto Varas

Here in Chile's picturesque Lake region, where European culture and German traditions are reflected in the architecture and cuisine, while the perfect cone of the Osorno Volcano and the nearby snowcapped peaks cast vivid images on the picture perfect shores of Llanquihue Lake.

Just 12 miles from Puerto Montt, the point of departure for Lake Crossing excursions offering travelers an extraordinary way to experience the majesty of Chile's emerald lakes, imposing vistas and the exquisite natural environment of northern Patagonia.

This is also a hub for travelers heading in either direction on the Carretera Austral (Austral highway), making it a popular stop for visitors to nearby archipelago of Chiloe, the Tenglo Islands, and the region's incredible national parks including San Rafael Lagoon National Park, and Parque Nacional Alerce Andino. Beautiful textiles and crafts of indigenous tribes, are available here, particularly in the shops and market of Puerto Montt, and the area boasts the greatest variety of seafood in the country.

Accommodations here offer panoramic views and excellent service, modern facilities, and delicious cusine and makes a perfect stop en route to the Lake Crossing and beyond. This singular experience can be linked with other remarkable Chilean and Latin American destinations. Our flexible booking process can help you create an itinerary based on your personal budget, and vacation preferences.
2 nights in Bariloche

Endowed with a panorama of soaring glacial mountains, clear deep blue lakes, and striking pine forests, Bariloche serves as the central hub for Argentina's breathtaking lake region. Just a two hour flight from Buenos Aires, hiking, climbing, boating, white water rafting, horseback riding, and summer skiing are all available in this extraordinarily beautiful setting.

Day trips to the peaks, glaciers, and nearby Nahuel Huapi National Park and accommodations resemble finest European Alpine lodges, makes Bariloche one of the world's most exquisite locations, and our flexible itineraries make it easy to link Bariloche and Patagonia with Argentina's other stellar destinations like Iguazu Falls, the wine country of Mendoza and Salta, Ushuaia-Tierra Del Fuego, and Bueno Aires, one of the world's most exciting cities.
3 nights in Buenos Aires

Built in the image of the great European cities, Buenos Aires is Argentina's cultural epicenter, known for its music and dance, its cuisine, fine wines, and vibrant night life. Although it has retained much of its Colonial European influence the design and architecture in Bueno Aires reflects influences not only from Spain, but in many cases Paris, Rome and other Euro capitals as well.

Buenos Aires is divided into neighborhoods or barrios, each with its own personality and unique flavor, and cafes, tango bars, clubs, restaurants, museums, and great shopping will make any visit to Buenos Aires fly by.

So whether you are headed from here to the splendor of Patagonia, the wine region, or the majesty of Iguazu Falls, Buenos Aires is a city that will remain in your memory long after the last tango has ended.
2 nights in Iguazu Falls

Considered by many the world's most spectacular waterfall, Iguazu is also one of Argentina's most popular and impressive destinations.

Shared by Argentina and Brazil (Iguassu), Iguazu Falls is second only to Niagara Falls in flow, and is actually 275 individual falls that make it uncommonly accessible. It's unique shape creates spellbinding views with dramatic walkways that afford visitors unsurpassed panoramic vistas.

The Iguazú National Park which encompasses the falls, occupies 212 square miles of tropical forests with stunning varieties of ferns, orchids, begonias, butterflies, exotic birds, and fascinating animal species.

Iguazu Falls is a must see Argentinean destination, with accommodations for every taste, from modern resorts, with spas and thermal baths, to exquisite jungle lodges with on-sight access to the areas lush tropical forests.
3 nights in Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is the most visited city in the southern hemisphere, owing at least partially to the 2,000,000 people that pour into its streets, hotels, clubs and restaurants each year for Rio's legendary Carnival celebration, but any time is a good time to visit Rio, and revelers flock to this exhilarating city to enjoy its stunning vistas, perfect weather, sizzling nightlife, and fabled white sand urban beaches with alluring names like Copacabana, and Ipanema, that evoke samba music, and a uniquly Brazilian sensuality.

Other famous landmarks here include the giant statue of Christ the Redeemer ('Cristo Redentor') perched at the top of Corcavado Mountain, and Rios's most recognizable natural monument, Sugarloaf mountain (Pão de Açúcar) with its network of cable cars straddling the ocean and the Baia de Guanabara.

Rio has been selected to host, both the final match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and the 2016 Summer Olympics, the first South American country to ever be so honored, so in a city already passionate about sports, especially futball, one could assume that the parties have already started and will continue through 2016, unless that is Brazil wins the World Cup. In that case, all predicitions are off.

Rio de Janeiro is without question a city that people just love to visit, and the reasons for this are as inexhaustible as things to do in this electrifying city, With four and five star accommodations lining Rio's beachfront strips, and stylish boutiques available in its historic Harbor District, Rio make a perfect centaral hub for connections to and from just about all of Brazil's spectacular destinations. Our featured Rio itineraries, can help show you how to link the "Marvelous City," as it is know in Brazil, with the rest of this remarkable country. Samba anyone?

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Lima City
Day 1
Arrive to Lima City
Private Car Airport or Station to Hotel in Lima
Overnight in Lima City    29 hotels offered
Optional   19 Things to do
Day 2
Private Car Hotel to Airport or Station in Lima
Departing from Lima City
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Sacred Valley
Day 2
Arrive to Sacred Valley
Pvt Cuzco Arpt or Bus Station to Htl in S Valley
Overnight in Sacred Valley    14 hotels offered
Optional   16 Things to do
Day 3
Overnight in Sacred Valley    14 hotels offered
Optional   16 Things to do
Day 4
Departing from Sacred Valley
Transportation to next city by: Private RT Expedition Train + Tour to Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu
Day 4
Arrive to Machu Picchu
Overnight in Machu Picchu    6 hotels offered
Optional   2 Things to do
Day 5
Departing from Machu Picchu
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Cuzco
Day 5
Arrive to Cuzco
Overnight in Cuzco    28 hotels offered
Optional   20 Things to do
Day 6
Overnight in Cuzco    28 hotels offered
Optional   20 Things to do
Day 7
Private Car Hotel in Cuzco to Airport or Train St
Departing from Cuzco
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Santiago
Day 7
Arrive to Santiago
Private Car Airport to Hotel in Santiago
Overnight in Santiago    21 hotels offered
Optional   8 Things to do
Day 8
Overnight in Santiago    21 hotels offered
Optional   8 Things to do
Day 9
Private Car Hotel to Airport in Santiago
Departing from Santiago
Transportation to next city by: By Air - .Intercity Flight
Puerto Varas
Day 9
Arrive to Puerto Varas
Private Car Arpt to Htl in (Zone 1) Puerto Varas
Overnight in Puerto Varas    7 hotels offered
Optional   3 Things to do
Day 10
Overnight in Puerto Varas    7 hotels offered
Optional   3 Things to do
Day 11
Departing from Puerto Varas
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Lake Crossing - Hotel Natura Patagonia - 1 night
Day 11 to Day 12

Sail Thorugh the Chilean and Argentinean lakes across the Andes. By navigating the green emerald Lake Todos Los Santos with the volcanoes at the background, the cruise arrives at Peulla. On the Argentinean side, the navigation continues through Frias and Nahuel Huapi Lakes.

The Hotel Natura Patagonia in Peulla, center of the Vicente Perez Rosales National Park at the entrance to the Chilean Patagonia, is the perfect spot for a stop after a day admiring the beauty of the southern nature and the attractions of an intrincate place where millenary forests, rivers, lakes chain, volcanoes and mountains give shape to a unique scenery which you could never forget.

This 4-star hotel is the newest in the area and has 45 beautifully decorated and comfortably equipped rooms to ensure you a peaceful rest.

Day 1:

Puerto Varas - Peulla

Early departure by bus from Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas (depending on your hotel's location) Andean Lake Crossing Office towards Petrohue, bordering lake LLanquihue with a fantastic view of Osorno and Calbuco volcanoes. Visit to Vicente Perez Rosales National Park which features Petrohue Falls. Arrival at Petrohue at 10:00 in the morning approximately, depart to Peulla sailing along Lake Todos Los Santos, enjoying an even more spectular view of Osorno volcano, Puntiagudo and Tronador hills. Disembark at Peulla around 12:30 pm. This small ecological town beside the lake is a paradise for nature lovers. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight at Hotel Natura Patagonia.

Day 2:

Peulla - Bariloche

Depart by bus to Puerto Frias where you will board a catamaran for a cruise across Lake Frias to Puerto Alegre, continue to Puerto Blest. Visit to Cantaros Falls. Departure from Puerto Blest to Puerto Panuelos. Upon arrival, board the bus towards Bariloche Andean Lake Crossing Office.

Your package includes:

  • Pick-up transfer in shared basis from the following hotels in Puerto Varas: Bellavista, Cabanas del Lago, Colonos del Sur, Puelche, Los Alerces, Melia Patagonia, and Solace.
    If your hotel is not listed please add transportation from your hotel in Puerto Varas (depending on your hotel's location) to Andean Lake Crossing Office.
  • Drop off transfer in shared basis to the following hotels in Bariloche Downtown: Hotel Nevada, Nahuel Huapi, Tres Reyes, Edelweiss, Panamericano, Cacique Inacayal and Kenton Palace. And to the following hotels in Bariloche suburbs: Llao llao, Penon del Lago, Cascada, Nido de Condor, Design Suites, and Villa Huinid.
    If your hotel is not listed please add transportation from Bariloche Andean Lake Crossing Office to your hotel in Bariloche Downtown or Suburbs (depending on your hotel's location).
  • All boat and land transportation specified in the itinerary in shared basis
  • 1 night at Hotel Natura Patagonia
  • Meals according to selection made at time of booking
  • Hotel taxes and service charges

What to wear: warm clothes, raincoat, windbreaker, gloves, cap, mountain hiking shoes, eyeglasses, lip moisturizer and sun blocking lotion. All this so you can travel through the wonders that Cruce de Lagos shows you.

Don't forget to carry with you your passport or identity card, since during the trip you must go through Argentine and Chilean customs.

The Lake crossing trip Puerto Varas to Bariloche can be interrupted, staying more than one night, and continue on the following day at the scheduled time. Also please note that the schedule is for reference; weather conditions and the number of passengers may cause changes in the schedule.

Bed type cannot be guaranteed at time of booking. Can only be requested and hotel will not confirm until check-in based on availability.

The Argentinean government has started charging a Reciprocity fee on all boarders; the Fee needs to be paid in advance through its website. This reciprocity fee applies for U.S. (USD160), Australian (USD100) and Canadian citizens (USD75). To make such payment must log in at www.migraciones.com.ar and follow the instructions. The confirmation on payment must be carried by passengers as back up on their trip.

Day 11
Arrive to Puerto Varas
Overnight in Puerto Varas    7 hotels offered
Optional   3 Things to do
Day 12
Departing from Puerto Varas
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Bariloche
Day 12
Arrive to Bariloche
Overnight in Bariloche    20 hotels offered
Optional   9 Things to do
Day 13
Overnight in Bariloche    20 hotels offered
Optional   9 Things to do
Day 14
Pvt Car Htl in (Zone 1) Bariloche Downtown to Arpt
Departing from Bariloche
Transportation to next city by: By Air - Flight Bariloche to Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires
Day 14
Arrive to Buenos Aires
Private Car Domestic Arpt to Hotel in Buenos Aires
Overnight in Buenos Aires    198 hotels offered
Optional   41 Things to do
Day 15
Overnight in Buenos Aires    198 hotels offered
Optional   41 Things to do
Day 16
Overnight in Buenos Aires    198 hotels offered
Optional   41 Things to do
Day 17
Private Car Hotel in Buenos Aires to Domestic Arpt
Departing from Buenos Aires
Transportation to next city by: By Air - Flight Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls
Iguazu Falls
Day 17
Arrive to Iguazu Falls
Private Car Airport (Argentina) to Htl (Argentina)
Overnight in Iguazu Falls    22 hotels offered
Optional   12 Things to do
Day 18
Overnight in Iguazu Falls    22 hotels offered
Optional   12 Things to do
Day 19
Private Car Hotel (Argentina) to Airport (Brazil)
Departing from Iguazu Falls
Transportation to next city by: Flight Iguassu Falls (Brazilian side) to Rio
Rio de Janeiro
Day 19
Arrive to Rio de Janeiro
Private Car Airport to Htl in (Zone 1 or 2) Rio
Overnight in Rio de Janeiro    91 hotels offered
Optional   18 Things to do
Day 20
Overnight in Rio de Janeiro    91 hotels offered
Optional   18 Things to do
Day 21
Overnight in Rio de Janeiro    91 hotels offered
Optional   18 Things to do
Day 22
Private Car Htl in (Zone 1 or 2) Rio to Airport
Departing from Rio de Janeiro

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Argentina

Argentina is a country of spectacular natural wonders and vibrant culture, offering the traveler an opportunity to experience extraordinary outdoor adventures, fascinating wildlife, outstanding cuisine, magnificent vineyards, and one of the most dynamic and sophisticated cities anywhere in the world. From Iguazu Falls to the majesty of Patagonia, and from the wine region of Mendoza to the exhileration of Buenos Aires, Argentina is truly one of the world's most beautiful and unforgettable destinations.

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Brazil

With 4,600 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline, and topical temperatures throughout the year Brazil is celebrated for its gorgeous beaches, fabulous culture, exotic landscapes, and legendary Carnival in the "marvelous city", of Rio de Janeiro. Its natural wonders, including Iguassu Falls, the Pantanal National Park, and thousands of sq. miles of Amazon rainforests, host a sensational wealth of biodiversity and make Brazil a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, adventurers and eco-tourists. Its staggering beauty, vibrant people, and distinctive way of life makes Brazil one of the world's most exciting, and memorable vacation destinations.

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Chile

Chile is a country of towering volcanic peaks, the world's most arid desert, awesome glaciers. It is also one of South America's friendliest and safest countries. Santiago, Chile's capital city, is one of the most scenic and sophisticated metropolitan areas in all of Latin America, and this amazing country also posesses broad sandy beaches, renown vineyards, the continents best skiing, and is the gateway to Cape Horn, Antarctica, and Easter Island, the eerie Polynesian home of the iconic Moai sculptures.

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Peru

Peru's wealth of archaeological treasures is the most extensive in the Americas, and includes the incomparable "Lost City" of Machu Picchu, and an abundance of spectacular Incan ruins. It is also the home of breathtaking natural wonders like the Peruvian Andes, Lake Titicaca, and the vast Amazon River Basin. Here in the cradle of Pre-Colombian civilization, more than 10,000 years of human culture survives in Peru's archaeological riches, music, dance, sophisticated cuisine, and in the spirit of its fascinating people.

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Lima City
Lima is a sophisticated and cosmopolitan city that has retained much of its classic colonial architecture and pre-Colombian archaeological sites, that features many of South Americas most beautiful historic museums, churches and cathedrals. The city is alive with activity in its trendy neighborhoods like Miraflores, the beachfronts of Costa Verde and Barranco, and the upscale boutiques, massive shopping plazas, and exclusive shops. Some of the most popular attractions include Plaza Bolivar, Plaza Italia, and of course the Plaza de Armas, and the breathtaking panoramas of the Alameda Chabuca Granda viewpoint.

History enthusiasts will love Lima's, National Museum of Anthropology, the Museo de Arte de Lima,and the Gold Museum, the pre-Colombian Huaca Huallamarca temple and the Huaca Pullana site, to Colonial Basilica Cathedral. (La Catedral, and the gigantic ruins of Cajamarquilla, just outside the Lima city limits.

Lima is the center of the gastronomic universe in all of South American, with cuisine that is as varied as its people with fine restaurants, bars and club, and live music throuought the city, and accommodations in Lima can satisfy the most discriminating traveler, and our preferred hotels include every level of comfort style, and luxury services.

Lima is a great place to visit, since most international flights arrive and depart here, our flexible itineraries combine Lima with most of Peru's spectacular destinations, and can be customized to your personal vacation oreferences.
Sacred Valley
The Sacred Valley of the Incas is one of the most alluring destinations in Peru, encompassing a chain of fascinating villages that line the Urubamba, Vilcanota and Wilcamayu Rivers. This meticulously terraced valley, is the gateway to many of Peru's most spectacular archeological sites, including the iconic lost city of Machu Picchu, 2 hours away by train.

The Sacred Valley provides visitors an opportunity to experience the vibrant history of the area by admiring Incan sites like Ollantaytambo Fortress and Pisaq Ruins. And there is no shortage of activities for visitors here, offering an array of outdoor adventures such as hiking, horse back riding, and white water rafting on the Vilcanota River. To get to the Sacred Valley, one must first arrive to Cuzco city, then take a ground transfer of around 2 hours through either one of 2 routes: road to Pisaq or road to Urubamba.

The Sacred Valley can be linked with other remarkable Peruvian destinations, and Featured Itneraries can be customized to your personal vacation preferences.
Machu Picchu
"The Lost City of the Incas" is set high above the Sydney, protected by steep cliffs, and lush green mountains. Generally accepted as the most important and captivating archaeological sites remaining from the Incan Empire, the complex, which includes temples, residences, fountains and hundreds of steps, was declared a World Heritage site in 1983, and voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007.

Known as masterful architects and builders it is still a mystery how the Incas built this magical place, transported the huge stones that it is made of, or how this massive complex was kept secret for four hundred years.

Located 50 miles from Cuzco, travelers reach Machu Picchu by train, and accommodations are available adjacent to the citadel itself, or in the nearby town of Agua Calientes. Daytrips to the Lost City can also be arranged from Cuzco, or the Sacred Valley, and our flexible itineraries can help you combine Machu Picchu with other remarkable Peruvian destinations, choose from hand picked hotels, and plan additional activities.
Cuzco
Cuzco was the epicenter of Incan civilization until the arrival of the Spaniards in 1533. Fortunately many stunning Incan structures have survived, and helped to make Cuzco the archaeological capital of the Americas, and Peru's most popular destination.

Gateway to the Sacred Valley, and the lost city of Machu Picchu, Cuzco has a seemingly endless array of historic attractions, both Incan and colonial.

Cuzco abounds with excellent accommodations, and from here visitors can make day trips to the Sacred Valley, or ride the train Machu Picchu.

One of the world's most historically important, and exciting cities, Cuzco, along with Machu Picchu are must see destinations.
Santiago
Santiago is a colorful and sophisticated city that percolates with all manner of activity. Nearly a third of the country's population lives Santiago, and nearly every visitor to Chile spends some time here. This is of course the gateway to the Chilean Andes and its natural wonders, the southernmost regions of South America and the mysteries of Antarctica , but Santiago is a scenic and exhilarating destination in its own right, where international vacationers, business professionals, and the local population create a diverse blend, that has helped to make Santiago a truly cosmopolitan city.

A city of barrios, each with its own flavor, Santiago is blessed with a rich local cuisine, and is situated in Chile's renowned wine growing region, so tours of the vineyards here are a very popular activity amongst visitors. Whether sampling a frosty belinda at a local café, dining at one of the many trendy international restaurants, enjoying Santiago's electrifying nightlife, shopping in its boutiques and markets or taking in the churches, museums, and well preserved colonial architecture along the Alameda, this is a city that will not disappoint.

Santiago boasts an array of 4 and 5 star hotels, as well as more modest boutique, bed and breakfast style properties scattered around some of the older and quieter neighborhoods, and day trips can be arranged to visit some of the country's best vineyards, or tour Santiago's wealth of cultural and historical landmarks.

If you are a skier, and are lucky enough to be here in the winter months (June-September) Valle Nevado's 300 skiable acres are just an hour's drive, or head for Portillo, Chile's premiere ski resort and be the envy of your skier friends back home. The warmest months in Santiago are December - February, but although great winter activities are quite nearby, you can depend on spring like weather even during the coldest months and summer weather (mid 70°- 90°F) for most of the year.

Santiago is a place that can be enjoyed by almost anyone, and our flexible itineraries will help you get the most out of Santiago, Chile, and the rest of Latin America.
Puerto Varas
Here in Chile's picturesque Lake region, where European culture and German traditions are reflected in the architecture and cuisine, while the perfect cone of the Osorno Volcano and the nearby snowcapped peaks cast vivid images on the picture perfect shores of Llanquihue Lake.

Just 12 miles from Puerto Montt, the point of departure for Lake Crossing excursions offering travelers an extraordinary way to experience the majesty of Chile's emerald lakes, imposing vistas and the exquisite natural environment of northern Patagonia.

This is also a hub for travelers heading in either direction on the Carretera Austral (Austral highway), making it a popular stop for visitors to nearby archipelago of Chiloe, the Tenglo Islands, and the region's incredible national parks including San Rafael Lagoon National Park, and Parque Nacional Alerce Andino. Beautiful textiles and crafts of indigenous tribes, are available here, particularly in the shops and market of Puerto Montt, and the area boasts the greatest variety of seafood in the country.

Accommodations here offer panoramic views and excellent service, modern facilities, and delicious cusine and makes a perfect stop en route to the Lake Crossing and beyond. This singular experience can be linked with other remarkable Chilean and Latin American destinations. Our flexible booking process can help you create an itinerary based on your personal budget, and vacation preferences.
Puerto Varas
Here in Chile's picturesque Lake region, where European culture and German traditions are reflected in the architecture and cuisine, while the perfect cone of the Osorno Volcano and the nearby snowcapped peaks cast vivid images on the picture perfect shores of Llanquihue Lake.

Just 12 miles from Puerto Montt, the point of departure for Lake Crossing excursions offering travelers an extraordinary way to experience the majesty of Chile's emerald lakes, imposing vistas and the exquisite natural environment of northern Patagonia.

This is also a hub for travelers heading in either direction on the Carretera Austral (Austral highway), making it a popular stop for visitors to nearby archipelago of Chiloe, the Tenglo Islands, and the region's incredible national parks including San Rafael Lagoon National Park, and Parque Nacional Alerce Andino. Beautiful textiles and crafts of indigenous tribes, are available here, particularly in the shops and market of Puerto Montt, and the area boasts the greatest variety of seafood in the country.

Accommodations here offer panoramic views and excellent service, modern facilities, and delicious cusine and makes a perfect stop en route to the Lake Crossing and beyond. This singular experience can be linked with other remarkable Chilean and Latin American destinations. Our flexible booking process can help you create an itinerary based on your personal budget, and vacation preferences.
Bariloche
Endowed with a panorama of soaring glacial mountains, clear deep blue lakes, and striking pine forests, Bariloche serves as the central hub for Argentina's breathtaking lake region. Just a two hour flight from Buenos Aires, hiking, climbing, boating, white water rafting, horseback riding, and summer skiing are all available in this extraordinarily beautiful setting.

Day trips to the peaks, glaciers, and nearby Nahuel Huapi National Park and accommodations resemble finest European Alpine lodges, makes Bariloche one of the world's most exquisite locations, and our flexible itineraries make it easy to link Bariloche and Patagonia with Argentina's other stellar destinations like Iguazu Falls, the wine country of Mendoza and Salta, Ushuaia-Tierra Del Fuego, and Bueno Aires, one of the world's most exciting cities.
Buenos Aires
Built in the image of the great European cities, Buenos Aires is Argentina's cultural epicenter, known for its music and dance, its cuisine, fine wines, and vibrant night life. Although it has retained much of its Colonial European influence the design and architecture in Bueno Aires reflects influences not only from Spain, but in many cases Paris, Rome and other Euro capitals as well.

Buenos Aires is divided into neighborhoods or barrios, each with its own personality and unique flavor, and cafes, tango bars, clubs, restaurants, museums, and great shopping will make any visit to Buenos Aires fly by.

So whether you are headed from here to the splendor of Patagonia, the wine region, or the majesty of Iguazu Falls, Buenos Aires is a city that will remain in your memory long after the last tango has ended.
Iguazu Falls
Considered by many the world's most spectacular waterfall, Iguazu is also one of Argentina's most popular and impressive destinations.

Shared by Argentina and Brazil (Iguassu), Iguazu Falls is second only to Niagara Falls in flow, and is actually 275 individual falls that make it uncommonly accessible. It's unique shape creates spellbinding views with dramatic walkways that afford visitors unsurpassed panoramic vistas.

The Iguazú National Park which encompasses the falls, occupies 212 square miles of tropical forests with stunning varieties of ferns, orchids, begonias, butterflies, exotic birds, and fascinating animal species.

Iguazu Falls is a must see Argentinean destination, with accommodations for every taste, from modern resorts, with spas and thermal baths, to exquisite jungle lodges with on-sight access to the areas lush tropical forests.
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is the most visited city in the southern hemisphere, owing at least partially to the 2,000,000 people that pour into its streets, hotels, clubs and restaurants each year for Rio's legendary Carnival celebration, but any time is a good time to visit Rio, and revelers flock to this exhilarating city to enjoy its stunning vistas, perfect weather, sizzling nightlife, and fabled white sand urban beaches with alluring names like Copacabana, and Ipanema, that evoke samba music, and a uniquly Brazilian sensuality.

Other famous landmarks here include the giant statue of Christ the Redeemer ('Cristo Redentor') perched at the top of Corcavado Mountain, and Rios's most recognizable natural monument, Sugarloaf mountain (Pão de Açúcar) with its network of cable cars straddling the ocean and the Baia de Guanabara.

Rio has been selected to host, both the final match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and the 2016 Summer Olympics, the first South American country to ever be so honored, so in a city already passionate about sports, especially futball, one could assume that the parties have already started and will continue through 2016, unless that is Brazil wins the World Cup. In that case, all predicitions are off.

Rio de Janeiro is without question a city that people just love to visit, and the reasons for this are as inexhaustible as things to do in this electrifying city, With four and five star accommodations lining Rio's beachfront strips, and stylish boutiques available in its historic Harbor District, Rio make a perfect centaral hub for connections to and from just about all of Brazil's spectacular destinations. Our featured Rio itineraries, can help show you how to link the "Marvelous City," as it is know in Brazil, with the rest of this remarkable country. Samba anyone?
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