Nestled in the southernmost corner of Colombia between Peru and Brazil, Leticia is a small village home to about 32,000 inhabitants and is a major access point to the famed Amazon River. If you`re looking for adventure, Leticia should be at the top of your list, as you can cruise down the world`s longest river (and home to the world`s most dangerous fish), swing through the trees of the Amazon forest, and visit three countries in one day without taking a plane.
Manaus City for a short stay before discovering the legendary Amazon (one of the planet's enigmas. It is the world's largest river basin, and also the planet's greatest rain-forest. Within the Amazon Basin resides a wealth of life richer than any place else on earth, and millions of species still remain undiscovered), Salvador da Bahia (the oldest colonial capital in Brazil, known for its Afro-Brazilian culture; explore the churches, colonial architecture and its 30 miles of coastline beaches!) and the beautiful Rio de Janeiro (for a visit to the newly declared Wonder of the World 'Christ the Redeemer' and its famous beaches). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
The Peruvian Amazon is a verdant tropical region covering almost two-thirds of the country, it is the fourth largest rainforest in the world.
The massive Amazon River experience in Brazil begins at the convergence of the Rio Negro and Rio Solimoes just nearby the city of Manaus.
It is a sprawling oil town where you can take visits to Indian Villages, overnights in Jungle lodges and walks through lush rainforest.
Machu Picchu remains one of the premier archaeological sites in the world and serves as a vivid reminder of the Incan Empire, its imagination, and magnificence.
The Galapagos Islands are located six hundred miles west of the Ecuadorian coastline. Its wonders span from the most varied and incredible geological formations: lava flows, blowholes, spatter cones, lava tunnels, beaches, and the most diverse species of vegetation.
The breathtaking Patagonia Region is shared by Argentina and Chile and runs from the coasts of the Pacific Ocean towards the Atlantic Ocean brimming with awe-inspiring glaciers and fjords.