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Rum and rumba. Ruins and rainforests. Rio and revelry. This carefree vacation to South America has just the R&R you crave. From Brazil to Argentina to Peru, this tri-country tour of South America delivers a healthy dose of take-me-away scenery, sights, and sizzling culture. Sip caipirinhas at the top of Rio de Janeiro’s Sugarloaf Mountain. Learn the sultry steps of the tango in breezy Buenos Aires. Put down your book and lose yourself in the real-life mystery of Machu Picchu. The health, wealth, and safe travels bestowed upon you at a traditional Mother Earth Ceremony in Peru’s Sacred Valley will come to fruition as you feel the magical mist of the roaring Iguassu Falls, taste the creative cuisine in the world-renowned culinary capital of Lima, and travel back five centuries as you stroll along the stone streets of the Inca capital of Cusco.

  1. Day 1
    ARRIVE IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL
    Welcome to Rio de Janeiro!
    At 3:30 pm, meet your Tour Director for a drive to the base of 1,300-foot-high Sugarloaf Mountain. Ascend by cable car to its summit, where you can take in spectacular vistas of the city. Next, toast the start of a memorable vacation with [LF] caipirinhas, a traditional Brazilian cocktail, from atop Sugarloaf Mountain during a cocktail party.

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    LOCAL TASTES A once-in-a-lifetime experience awaits atop Sugarloaf Mountain overlooking Guanabara Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Take in the breathtaking panoramic views as you join a private cocktail party with your fellow travel companions. Toast with a traditional caipirinha, Brazil’s national cocktail, made with fresh lime, cachaça (a distilled sugarcane spirit), and sugar. Deliciosa!


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  2. Day 2
    RIO DE JANEIRO
    Heavenly Views
    The city’s landmark, the statue of Christ the Redeemer, crowns Corcovado Mountain, a rounded peak rising 2,300 feet from the bay below. A scenic ride by cog railway leads to the top, where a breathtaking 360-degree panorama affords sweeping views. From here, proceed to bustling downtown Rio, where modern office towers stand next to relics of the Portuguese colonial past. View the Sambodromo and visit the Cathedral. The afternoon is at leisure for you to experience this vibrant city on your own. Tonight, it’s a fun outing to a churrascaria for a feast of barbecued meats marinated and roasted over charcoal in true Brazilian style. (B,D)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    EPIC RIDE Soar to the summit of Corcovado Mountain by cog railway to reach the site of the iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer. This crowning jewel of Rio and Brazil was constructed between 1922 and 1933. The statue of Jesus Christ stands 98 feet high (124 feet including the pedestal) with an arm span of 92 feet wide. Towering over the city, this piece of art is truly an engineering marvel and was voted a New7Wonders of the World.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  3. Day 3
    RIO DE JANEIRO
    Beaches, Boutiques & Bites
    A full day at leisure to enjoy Rio. Relax on one of the world-famous beaches or take advantage of the world-class shopping or fine dining. (B)

    FREE TIME TIPS
    EXPLORE MORE Spend free time in Rio de Janeiro with an optional excursion to Petropolis, (mountain resort and former summer palace of Emperor Dom Pedro II). This and more options throughout your tour are available for purchase with MyGlobus. Get local maps and tips for free time on your GlobusGO app.


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    Meals:   Breakfast
  4. Day 4
    RIO DE JANEIRO–BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
    The Boulevards of Buenos Aires
    Fly to Buenos Aires, proud capital of the vast country that occupies most of the southern part of the continent. After arriving at your central hotel, acquaint yourself with the “Paris of South America” and its wide boulevards and outdoor cafés. Spend an evening at leisure. (B)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    CITY SIGHTS Elegant European architecture, epicurean cuisine, and a café culture to rival any rue de Paris, Buenos Aires is a city of leisurely afternoons sipping cortadito or the choicest Argentinian wines.


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    Meals:   Breakfast
  5. Day 5
    BUENOS AIRES
    Dining, Dancing & Dazzling
    Your included sightseeing this morning starts in La Boca, a vibrant district and site of the city’s first port. Take a short walking tour of this unique enclave at the mouth of the river and then on to San Telmo, famous for its late-colonial buildings and as a popular gathering spot for artists. At the Plaza de Mayo, see La Casa Rosada (the President’s Pink House) and the Metropolitan Cathedral, which houses San Martin’s Mausoleum. Drive past the ornate Teatro Colón opera house before reaching Recoleta Cemetery, burial site of Eva Perón. After an afternoon at leisure, top off the evening at a famous Tango club. Start with a [LF] dance lesson, followed by dinner of Argentine steaks and other local specialties, and end with a show featuring flawless performances of Latin America’s most sensuous dance—the Tango! (B,D)

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    CULTURAL GEMS Like two dancers entwined in perfect sync, the Tango and Argentina go hand in hand. Tonight, feel the passion of this iconic dance at a local milonga (Tango house), where professional tango dancers teach you the traditional techniques of the Argentine Tango. After learning some of the key dance moves, the professionals will delight you in Tango Show featuring the dance as it has evolved through the ages. Plus, dine on Argentine specialties and wine too!


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  6. Day 6
    BUENOS AIRES
    Argentine Adventures
    Today is a full day at leisure. (B)

    FREE TIME TIPS
    EXPLORE MORE Discover the timeless traditions of Argentina with an optional excursion to the pampas (grasslands). Experience the atmosphere of Argentine country life as you visit an estancia (ranch). Get acquainted with the lifestyle of the gauchos and enjoy a barbecue lunch and the warm hospitality of your hosts before returning to the city. This and more options throughout your tour are available for purchase with MyGlobus. Get local maps and tips for free time on your GlobusGO mobile app.


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    Meals:   Breakfast
  7. Day 7
    BUENOS AIRES–IGUASSU FALLS, BRAZIL
    What a Rush!
    This morning, fly to Iguassu Falls, Argentina. The spectacle of this 2-mile-wide rushing torrent—with some cataracts as high as 250 feet—is nothing short of hypnotic. The clouds of spray, the incessant roar, and the surrounding luxuriant tropical growth make this an unforgettable natural wonder. Upon arrival, journey to the Argentinean side of the falls and take the Ecological Jungle Train for a bird’s-eye view from the catwalks perched over part of the Devil’s Throat, where 14 waterfalls drop more than 300 feet into the Devil’s Gorge below. Later, cross into Brazil via motorcoach for a free evening. (B,D)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    NATURAL WONDERS Visit Iguassu National Park (Argentinian side) to meander along the walkways from atop the falls, and enjoy an exhilarating perspective looking over the precipice of the falls as the water plunges to the rocks below. You will also have the chance to walk through the rainforest on the lower falls trails that will bring you up close to some of the smaller cataracts.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  8. Day 8
    IGUASSU FALLS–LIMA, PERU
    Taking the Plunge
    Today is dedicated to exploring the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls from a completely different vantage point than in Argentina. A walk along the pathway at the base of the falls takes you into the Devil’s Throat Canyon, with spectacular panoramic views of many of the 275 cataracts that make up Iguassu Falls. Have a late lunch or early dinner before flying to Lima, Peru. (B,L)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    PICTURE PERFECT Explore incredible Iguassu National Park (Brazilian side) and walk the pathways skirting Iguassu Falls. Watch for amazing wildlife in this protected area, including toucans, agoutis, giant otters, anteaters, tapir, and even jaguars!


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  9. Day 9
    LIMA
    Legendary Lima
    Your city sightseeing tour focuses on Lima’s rich colonial history as well as the modern city. See the 18th-century San Francisco Monastery with its unique cloisters, Government Palace, and the cathedral situated around the vast Plaza de Armas. Tonight, visit the [LF] Larco Herrera Museum, which houses the largest private collection of Pre-Columbian Peruvian art in the world. Enjoy dinner at the museum’s restaurant. (B,D)

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    ART & ARCHITECTURE This evening, an exclusive guided tour of Lima’s Larco Herrera Museum, on the site of a 7th-century pre-Columbian pyramid, introduces you to the world’s largest private collection of pre-Columbian Peruvian art. See 5,000 years of art, artifacts, and archaeological treasures followed by a special dinner in the beautiful Peruvian café here.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  10. Day 10
    LIMA–CUSCO–SACRED VALLEY
    Empire of the Andes
    Fly to Cusco, the impressive Andean city that was once the capital of the Inca Empire. Head into the Sacred Valley of the Incas and visit the semi-circular Kenko Amphitheater with its stone altars and labyrinth of passages, and see the ancient site of Puca Pucara. Also, in the Sacred Valley, experience an [LF] El Pago a la Tierra, or Mother Earth Ceremony, performed by a local shaman. Continue to Pisac, an old mountain village, where you will have free time to shop for local wares, such as alpaca sweaters and blankets, jewelry, or hand-painted ornamental dishes and vases at its famous market. Stay in the Sacred Valley tonight, with dinner at the hotel. (B,D)

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    CULTURE & TRADITION Feel the earth, smell the coca leaves, and taste the chicha today as you make payment to Mother Earth. Participate in an El Pago a la Tierra, an ancient ceremony led by a shaman thanking Mother Earth and asking for good health, wealth, and safe travels. These mystical ceremonies have been practiced in Peru since before the arrival of the Incas.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  11. Day 11
    SACRED VALLEY–MACHU PICCHU
    Mystery on the Mountain
    This morning, visit the Inca Fortress of Ollantaytambo, followed by [LF] a visit to a local home, meet some of the area’s families, and experience their way of life in the Sacred Valley. Then, board the Vistadome train for a scenic journey through the lush Urubamba Valley. Upon arrival, ascend the mountainside to legendary Machu Picchu, the “Lost City of the Incas.” Your Local Guide will introduce this intact fortress with its temple remains, holy houses, and mile-long aqueduct, and will bring you closer to the mysteries still hidden in these amazing structures. Tonight, learn how to make the perfect Pisco Sour at a Peruvian cooking demonstration before your included dinner. (B,D)

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    TIMELESS TRADITIONS Today, you are invited into a local family’s home in the Sacred Valley. Learn about their traditions like weaving that has been passed down for centuries from ancestors. See how they cook, live, sleep, work, and maybe ask about the cuy (guinea pigs), they keep in their house.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  12. Day 12
    MACHU PICCHU–CUSCO
    Here Comes the Sun
    A morning at leisure in Machu Picchu allows you to wake up early to see the sunrise over Machu Picchu with your second included entrance to the ruins. After lunch, return to the Sacred Valley by train and continue to Cusco. (B,L)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    HISTORY & MYSTERY Staying overnight in Machu Picchu allows you to rise early and experience the ruins at their most pristine before the crowds arrive. Watch as the mist slowly burns off and the sun rays illuminate the ruins. While you are there, you may even want to try and get a selfie with one of the local llamas or alpacas!


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  13. Day 13
    CUSCO
    Sun Worship & Spanish Conquests
    On your guided sightseeing tour of Cusco today, learn more about the Inca and Spanish influence. Begin at the heart of Cusco in the Plaza de Armas (main square), with a visit to the imposing Cathedral, where construction began in 1550 and was finally completed 100 years later. Continue to Koricancha and the Santo Domingo Monastery, and see how the two sites have become one. The Temple of the Sun at Koricancha was once the most important Inca site, dedicated to the worship of the Sun. The walls, altars, and decorations were all said to be covered in gold—until the Spaniards looted the temple and then built the contrasting Baroque Santo Domingo Monastery on top of the temple’s foundations. Also, visit the Temple of Sacsayhuaman, perched on a hillside overlooking Cusco. Enjoy an afternoon at leisure to explore on your own. This evening, your Tour Director hosts a festive farewell dinner at a local restaurant. (B,D)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    LEGENDARY LIVES Built in the 15th Century by the Incas, the Temple of Sacsayhuaman complex is considered to be one of the Inca’s greatest architectural creation. It is believed the site was originally constructed as a ceremonial site and later a fortress when the Spanish invaded. It remains unfathomable how and when this fortress of gigantic stones—with some blocks weighing more than 350 tons—was built. During your guided tour, learn some of the theories on how the massive stones used were carved, carried, and placed.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  14. Day 14
    CUSCO–LIMA
    Hasta Luego, Cusco
    A short morning flight returns you to Lima. For a special treat, make a stop at a local [LF] Peruvian food market to get a real taste of the life of the local people. The remainder of the day is at leisure to explore on your own. (B)

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    LOCAL TASTES Stop for a real taste of Peru at a local market. Sample some of the local fruits and vegetable that aren’t found in other parts of the world. You can also find spices, meats, seafood, and even a souvenir or two. And, you’ll definitely want to take some photos of the beautiful, brightly hued displays.


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    Meals:   Breakfast
  15. Day 15
    LIMA
    Safe travels until we meet again!
    Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (B)

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    Meals:   Breakfast

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Inclusions

Small Group Discoveries
Globus offers Small-Group Discoveries on all South America tour dates. A Small-Group Discovery is limited to an average of just 20 guests per departure. There’s always room to roam with extra space between you and other travelers—while still getting up close and personal to the experiences you’ve been dreaming of. Small-Group Discoveries include all the features of a traditional Globus escorted tour, complete with expert Tour Director, Driver, and Local Guides who ensure that your health and safety is our top priority. A Small-Group Discovery trip is the perfectly sized tour—without the crowds.

Maximum enjoyment of this vacation requires walking on cobblestone streets, uneven pathways, and climbing stairs. Elevations exceeding 10,000 feet can make even modest exertion a challenge. Maximum elevation on this tour is 13,000 ft.
Meals:
Breakfast daily, 2 lunches, 7 dinners

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Accommodations

Gratuities for Tour Director, drivers, and local guides are available for pre-purchase.

Prices are for all land arrangements including intra-vacation flights and taxes.

Rio de Janeiro: Hilton Rio Copacabana
Located just steps away from the famous Copacabana beach and waterfront, Hilton Copacabana offers two sparkling swimming pools, a full-service wellness spa, multiple restaurants and bars, beachside service at Copacabana's waterfront, and comfortable and cozy guestrooms with spectacular views.
Address:
Avenida Atlantica 1020
Rio de Janeiro , Brazil
Buenos Aires: Hotel Emperador
An oasis of tranquility in the heart of this pulsating and vibrant city, the Emperador's distinctive and unique features stand out amongst the competition. Enjoy ultimate comfort in one of the 265 spacious rooms, offering contemporary ambience matched with state-of-the-art technical amenities. From the moment you enter the Buenos Aires Hotel Emperador, you'll experience the majesty of the lobby, combining modern style with the natural colors of the year-round green gardens.
Address:
Av del Libertador 420
Buenos Aires , Argentina
Iguassu Falls: Bourbon Cataratas Hotel
The Bourbon Cataratas Resort Hotel, is strategically located near the main tourist sites of Iguassu. Exclusive and professional staff take care of every detail.
Address:
Rodovia Das Cataratas KM 2,5
Iguassu Falls PRA, Brazil
Lima: Hotel Pullman Miraflores
The Pullman Miraflores hotel combins lifestyle and design for business and leisure. Located in the exclusive Miraflores district, near the Pacific Ocean, this hotel is not far from Larcomar shopping center. With over 236 rooms, Plural lounge restaurant, gym, pool and a spectacular Rooftop Bar the Pullman Miraflores offers an amazing place to stay and relax.
Address:
C. Juan Fanning 515 - 525
Lima , Peru
Sacred Valley: Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado Hotel and Villas
The Casa Andina Premium Collection hotel in the Sacred Valley is a luxurious and satisfying retreat. Combining fine food, comfortable rooms, and personalized attention, it is the Valley's most complete hotel. In addition to a spa, a fitness center, and romantic dining, this hotel is best known for providing panoramic views of the Andes in every room. This charming mountain chalet-style hotel adds style and comfort to the already stunning atmosphere of Peru's Sacred Valley.
Address:
5to Paradero Yanahuara
Urubamba Valley CUS, Peru
Machu Picchu: Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel
The Sumaq Hotel is located at the foot of the Machu Picchu ruins and boasts an Andean health spa, bar, restaurant, gift shop, and business center.
Address:
Av Hermanos Ayar Mz 1 Lote 3
Machu Picchu CUS, Peru
Cusco: Casa Andina Premium Cusco
A beautifully renovated 18th-century manor house is located 3 blocks from Cusco's Plaza de Armas. The hotel is distinguished by its 3 interior patios with wooden balconies. The principal patio, featuring a gurgling stone fountain, is one of Cusco's emblematic colonial courtyards. Amenities include a gourmet restaurant, bar, reading room, room service, gift shop, and laundry service.
Address:
Plazoleta Limacpampa Chico 473
Cusco CUS, Peru

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Customer Reviews

Overall Rating
4.3
Accommodations
4.1
Itinerary
4.6
Professional Staff
4.7
Repeat with Operator
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Value for Money
4.1

Ratings based off 23 reviews - currently showing 10 reviews with comments only

We thoroughly enjoyed our small group tour in South America with Globus. Everything was well organized, and the small group size made it much easier to move around. Our tour director communicated well with us and ensure that everything went smoothly. Local guides were very knowledgeable as well.

Franz, our Tour Director from Globus and his tour guides did an exceptional job in organizing our every move. Their knowledge of the various points of interest, handling of travel requirements and complete flow of the tour, made this tour totally enjoyable and relaxing. Thanks! And thanks to Kenny for setting this tour together at Affordable Tours.

Our tour director, Paulo, was incredible....the best one I have ever had. The itinerary was perfect.

The Globus Spirit of South America itinerary is excellent, but the traveler should be aware that some internal flights depart early in the morning and the airlines require arrival 3 hours in advance. Adding to that is a typical 1 hour ride from the hotel to the airport. At the other end of the spectrum, some flights arrive at 10:00P.M. or 11:00P.M., so settling in to the hotel may not take place until 1:00A.M. Be advised that the Cusco, Sacred Valley, and Machu Picchu portion of the trip is strenuous and complicated by high altitude, non-stop sightseeing, and short hours of sleep. Physical endurance is a prerequisite! No accommodations for mobility disabilities.

This is my third tour with Globus. The travel experience was outstanding. Everything was taken care of from the pick-up transfer from the airport to the hotel and return. There was excellent hotel accommodations, knowledgeable local guides, and wonderful experiences throughtout the trips. Not only did I have a great group of travelers each time, last but not least, the tour director made sure that we have a great experience in each place we visited. I found out this was true in all my tours with Globus. In fact, many of my traveling companions have traveled with Globus seven or more times in the past. If you are looking for a guidled tour expereince, then I would highly recommend Globus. PS The South America tour, Brazil, Argentina and Peru was the best!!

The tour director, was fantastic. He made the trip even better than we expected.

Most of the trip was fantastic; however, I would like to suggest the following for future tours: 1. During orientation, each member of the group should be encouraged to speak their name, say where they are from, and possibly what their occupation is or was. This will help members getting to know each other. 2. During high altitude destinations where hydration is so important, I would recommend providing 2 bottles of water per day...one in the AM and one in the PM. There were several days that we did not get water at all and had to buy it. 3. Because of the numerous changes in local guides and bus drivers, I would like to see the price of the tour include tips to these people. The tour director should be our one and only responsibility.

Globus could improve on the fairwell dinner. We will rate that poor with no privacy to say good bye to all our new friends. Unfortunately luggage did not arrive to Lima with all of us, the local Globus personals were rather poor on how the airport work, it is a pity. REALLY NEED TO IMPROVE!!! Also we will say the transfer is very poor too!

I do not think I will take Globus again, because they are becoming too commercial.

The room at the Hyde Park Hotel in London was definitely what I would expect at a 4-star location. It was an old facility and the bathroom was so small that it was impossible to put any personal toiletries in the washroom. Would strongly recommend that another, more upgraded hotel be used. Also, the hotel in Dublin was great but located far from the City Center. Using it as a home base for resting or dropping off shopping packages was out of the question since it was so far from the main areas of city activity.

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