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Panama City - Cartagena - Bogota - Cuzco and Machu Picchu

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This 9 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 2 nights in Panama City
  • Flight Panama City to Cartagena
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Cartagena
  • Flight from Cartagena to Bogota
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Bogota
  • Flight from Bogota to Cuzco
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Cuzco
  • Full day Machu Picchu tour including round-trip train ride, all transfers, guided tour and lunch.

The Jewels of Panama, Colombia and Peru!. Start in Panama City (most attractive Capital City and a curious blend of old Spain, modern America and the bazaar atmosphere of the East. The city is a regional hub for trading. It is best known for The Panama Canal and its charming Casco Viejo). After that, fly to Colombia to visit; Cartagena (colonial city on the shores of the sea, and one of the most visited. The historic walled city remains alongside the ultramodern skyscraper-filled Bocagrande. Cartagena is famous for its castles, culture, history and colorful buildings); and then, Bogota (Colombia's capital city, has so much to offer in terms of cuisine, culture, history, sports and art). Finally, fly to your last destinations in Peru; to enjoy Cuzco (former capital city of the Incas and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The ruins of the old Inca city became the foundation for the Spanish architecture you see today, and many of the stone walls that line the streets were built by the Incas). From there, take a tour throughout the magnificent Machu Pichu (the most spectacular urban creation of the Inca Empire and the most visited tourist destination in Peru; designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 and was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Panama City - Canal

  • Cartagena

  • Bogota

  • Cuzco

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Trip Summary

  • Panama City - Canal

    Panama City, known to many as the home of the Panama Canal, is just a stone's throw from some of some Central America's richest rain forests, and complex ecosystems. Modern-day Panama City is formed by the equivalent of three self-contained cities that are historically, architecturally, and in some ways culturally distinct. There is the modern city with the huge skyscrapers housing many financial institutions, the Colonial-era 'Casco Viejo', and 'Panama Viejo' with the remnants of the original colonial city, the first in the Americas on the Pacific coast.

    Visit the Panama Canal, Panama Viejo, Casco Viejo, Miraflores, Causeway Islands, Metropolitan Natural Park, Bridge of the Americas, Biomuseo, Amador Causeway, and so much more!

  • Cartagena

    Walk through Cartagena's welcoming alleys and streets and you will discover one of the most fascinating towns in the Caribbean, with a uniquely romantic atmosphere and well-preserved colonial architectural treasures. To add to its Caribbean Sea appeal, Cartagena guards inside its walls the largest fortification in the Americas, built during Colonial times to protect it from pirates and buccaneers. Throw in the cultural mélange resulting from the Spanish-indigenous mix and you have a vibrant city that should be on every traveler's must-see list.

    Explore the Old City, Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas, Street Food Tour, Visit a Mud Volcano, Islas del Rosario, Mercado de Bazurto, Playa Blanca, Convento De La Popa, and so much more!

  • Bogota

    The modern city of Bogota is an exciting city offering a vibrant culture and an important architectural heritage. Stunning colonial architecture and colorful buildings line the ancient cobblestone streets in the city. Fantastic museums, futuristic architecture, delicious cuisine and a fantastic nightlife can be found in the city.

    Explore the Salt Cathedral, Usaquen, Bogota Botanical Gardens, Simon Bolivar Park, Monserrate Hill, El Museo del Oro, La Candelaria, Bolivar Square and much more.

  • Cuzco

    Cuzco was the epicenter of Inca 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 Inca and colonial.
    Visit the Cuzco main square, Cathedral, Sol Avenue, Koricancha Temple, Kenko, Don Antonia dinner show, and much more!

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