Please Note: This tour is only applicable for 18 to 35 year olds.
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Offer valid for student only. Verification of employment must be sent at time of booking to receive promotion. Must book and pay non-refundable $200 deposit. Final payment must be completed 46 days prior to departure. Discount not available on pre- & post-trip accommodation rates, diving packages, & other selected products. Discount based on availability and applies to the land portion of your trip price only (this excludes taxes, food funds, and internal airfare). Offer is combinable with Promotions and Ongoing Deals. Offer is not combinable with other Special Deals or Last Minute Deals and is not valid for Canadian residents. Restrictions apply. Contiki reserves the right to withdraw promotional offers at any time.
Book any Contiki trip 7+ days during your birthday month or travel during your birthday month and save $50 when you call and mention "its my birthday" to redeem. Offer valid on new bookings during the month of your birthday only. Verification of birthday must be sent at time of booking to receive promotion. Must book and pay non-refundable $200 deposit & final payment must be completed 46 days prior to departure. Discount not available on pre- & post-trip accommodation rates, diving packages, & other selected products. Discount based on availability and applies to the land portion of your trip price only (this excludes taxes, food funds, and internal airfare). Restrictions apply.
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With two weeks on the clock, let's go. Packing in a total of 4 Latin heavyweights, this trip will take you from the heady heights of La Paz, to the colonial beauty of Salta, via Incan ruins, Bolivian salt flats, bubbling hot springs and colourful flamingos. We're excited - are you?
Day 1 - Arrive Cusco
Kick start your adventure over dinner and a Pisco Sour with your new Contiki fam, getting excited for 15 days of natural beauty, exquisite local dishes and fun times galore.
Day 2 - Cusco to Copacabana
Bolivia, you're in our sights. Filling up on breakfast, it's all eyes to the border as we make our way through Peru's spectacular Altiplano Plateau and over the border to Lake Titicaca, iconically the highest body of water in the world (and said to be the original birthplace of the Incas).Small, bright and enchanting, Copacabana sure as hell turns on the charm. Situated on Lake Titicaca's shores, this is more than just a place with sandy beaches and lakeside cafés. Opt for a cultural walk toward the Basilica of Our Lady Copacabana, or shop for local goods in its famous shopping street.
Day 3 - Copacabana to La Paz
Today we'll journey through the pretty Bolivian countryside towards La Paz. Situated a slightly unnerving 12,000 ft above sea level (yeah, for real), this city is big on altitude AND energy.If you're looking for vistas, La Paz is your gal. Sitting in the midst of a narrow canyon and dwarfed by the mighty icecapped peak of Mount Illimani to the South, this is a city of contrasts, where 19th century churches rub shoulders with towering office blocks and pretty, colourful markets. Take your time adjusting to the altitude, then make the most of your afternoon in this hustling, cosmopolitan city.
Day 4 - La Paz
Cameras on full charge and free breakfast fully taken advantage of, it's time to hit the streets of La Paz. Your Trip Manager will take you on a guided walking tour where'll get to explore all that the city has to offer. Feel the cultural vibes by the San Francisco Church and Metropolitan Cathedral, before you make your way to the colourful Jaen Street and Plaza Murillo. And for those feeling ultra spiritual, the Witches' Market is only a short walk away.
Day 5 - La Paz to Sucre
Adios La Paz, you've taken our breath away (quite literally).Steeped in history with narrow tree lined streets, white stone buildings (some dating back five centuries) and endless blue skies, Sucre is a place where time stands still. Get your bearings on a guided walking tour and let the impressive Convento de San Felip Neri work its magic on your inner architecture nerd. The afternoon is then yours to explore places like Cal Orck'o (did someone say real dinosaur footprints?), wander the cities various museums, or just take it easy before the evenings shenanigans.
Day 6 - Sucre
With a full day in Sucre, the choice is yours of how to DIY your time in this cultural melting pot. Maybe the museums, galleries and parks are calling your name, or perhaps your itching for something a bit more physical? If that's the case, our ME Time Optionals are likely to be your jam - rock climbing or biking, anyone?
Day 7 - Sucre to Potosi
Think you've seen it all in the last few days? We've barely gotten started... Today we big adios to enchanting Sucre and make our way to Potosi, a town rich in history, architecture, and silver.Situated at the foot of Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain), Potosi is a treasure trove of markets, churches and friendly locals. We'll get you adjusted on a locally guided tour around the city, stopping off at the Cathedral Market to check out the local wares and visiting sites like the impressive Iglesia de San Lorenzo de Carangas. Later, head out with your crew for a traditional local dinner, washed down with Chuflay a plenty. Que bueno!
Day 8 - Potosi to Uyuni
Another lazy morning in Potosi, before making tracks for Uyuni, and we think you know what comes next...Welcome to Uyuni, the official gateway to the Salar de Uyuni...or the Bolivian salt flats to you and I. Excited much? You should be. To get you in the mood, we'll be heading to the Great Train Graveyard, which is every bit as incredible as it sounds. A place full of deserted steamtrains that were abandoned sometime in the 40s, if you're into deserted theme parks, ghost walks or general creepy stuff, you've found your mecca.
Day 9 - Uyuni incl Salar de Uyuni
Wanna know what makes a breathtaking photo? Well, let's just say that in Salar de Uyuni, every angle is picture perfect. We hope you've been researching the best poses and use of props, because this is one experience most only get to enjoy once in a lifetime.
Day 10 - Uyuni to Avaroa National Reserve
It's goodbye mini bus and hello 4x4's as we kick start our 2 day expedition across the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna Reserve.Not much can beat yesterdays views, but this sure gives them a run for their money. Hot springs, geysers, volcanoes, mountains, lakes and flocks of flamingos will have your head spinning 360 as you try to take it all on. Nature on steroids is probably the best description.
Day 11 - Avaroa National Reserve to San Pedro de Atacama
Can it really get any better? You ain't seen nothing yet. Up with the birds, we'll stop off first for some geyser spotting before journeying on to the Salvador Dali desert. And yes, it's every bit as impressive as the name suggests.Who's ready for a new country? Oh hi there, Chile! From one other worldly landscape to another, we'll venture into the Atacama desert with San Pedro de Atacama in our sights, our home for the next 2 nights. Feel the dryness in the air? That's because this land is the driest non-polar desert in the world. Don't say we don't try to impress you.
Day 12 - San Pedro de Atacama
After two days of crossing the Avaroa reserve, it's time to chill, and that poolside seat has your name all over it. But then again with sandboarding on offer, maybe the lure of the desert will be too hard to resist? As the afternoon rolls in we'll head out to Valle de la Luna. Literally translated as the Valley of the Moon, this lunar like landscape was carved by wind and water and is the probably the closest you'll ever get to a space travel experience. Seriously, can this trip get any better?
Day 13 - San Pedro de Atacama to Salta
Today's a bit of a mammoth expedition but with Argentina on the horizon, who really cares? Sit back, plug in, and let the awe inspiring landscape of salt flats, mountain passes and local towns do their thing, as we journey to Salta.Well hello there, Salta. Arriving as the sun goes to bed, we'll head out the Julio central Plaza to get our first glimpse of this pretty city and its various bars and cafes. Chances are you'll be pretty snoozy from the long journey so rest up tonight - tomorrow promises to be a good one.
Day 14 - Salta
"Salta, la linda" as they call it, and indeed this is a beautiful place, surrounded by phenominal scenery and friendly local smiles. Today is our last full day as a ground (sob), so lets make the most of it, opting for either our winery tour or white water rafting excursion. I know, it's a tough life. Emotions running high, tonight we'll dine like VIPs at our last group meal.
Day 15 - Salta
And just like that, it's over. Don't want to go home? Why not plan another trip with your new mates and continue the adventure.
Please Note: This tour is only applicable for 18 to 35 year olds.
Avaroa National Reserve to San Pedro de Atacama
San Pedro de Atacama
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