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Itinerary

Tour Itinerary

Quadruple the sights, sounds, and sizzle on this South American vacation through four of the continent’s most scintillating countries. As you samba through Brazil, tango through Argentina, cueca through Chile, and dance the marinera through Peru, your toes will meet the liveliest of dance floors, the sandiest of beaches, and the most storied of streets. Guided visits to the vibrant cities of Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Lima are perfectly balanced with quieter excursions to lush rainforests, chic waterfront resorts in Patagonia, and even a rural Argentine ranch where you can saddle a horse and be a beret-wearing gaucho for the day. Traditional open-fire barbecues and crispy empanadas will satisfy your cowboy cravings throughout your South American journey, while witnessing both sides of thundering Iguassu Falls, cruising Patagonian fjords beneath the soaring peaks of the Andes and visiting Chile’s renowned wine country will quench your thirst for scenic adventure. Your South American vacation wouldn’t be complete without sipping a Pisco sour and drinking in the wonder of Machu Picchu. See the ruins of the Lost City and the Sacred Valley, and the cultural uprising of “it” cities Lima and Cusco. Looking for the perfect introduction to sensational South America? How about the “Meeting of the Waters” where the chocolate-hued Rio Negro flows alongside the yellowish Rio Solimões without ever mixing. You’ll also meet monkeys, catch piranhas, and explore a native caboclo village when you begin your tour of South America in Brazil’s Amazon.

  1. Day 1
    ARRIVE IN MANAUS, BRAZIL
    Welcome to Manaus!
    Settle into your hotel with time to explore on your own. (D)

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    Meals:   Dinner
  2. Day 2
    MANAUS–AMAZON JUNGLE
    Rivers of Life
    Today your “Meeting of the Waters” tour passes the impressive British-built Customs House and the floating port. Cruise on the chocolate-hued Rio Negro to its confluence with the yellow-gray Rio Solimões, where the two rivers form the mighty Amazon. For four miles the different bodies of water flow side by side and never mix! After lunch, explore a jungle island (water level permitting) with native flora and fauna. Arrive at the Ecopark Jungle Lodge on the banks of the Rio Negro inside the Amazonian rainforest. (B,L,D)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    ACCOMMODATION SPOTLIGHT Stay in the Amazon Reserve on the banks of the Rio Negro at the Ecopark Jungle Lodge. Originally created as scientific research facility, it has opened its doors to guest and invites them to stay in the rainforest surrounded by dense jungle, waterways, medicinal plants, and a monkey rehabilitation facility. Bungalows feature air-conditioning, private bath, balcony, and a minibar. Each day spent here brings new adventures from guided nature walks, indigenous community visits, piranha fishing, to night-time canoe rides and much more.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  3. Day 3
    AMAZON JUNGLE
    Monkey Business
    Accompanied by a Naturalist, enjoy a guided walk to see the flora and fauna that thrive in the Amazon. After lunch, sail up the river to visit an Amazon native Caboclo Village to learn about their traditions and culture. Also, try your hand at piranha fishing! Later, visit the Monkey Jungle Reserve, where researchers work to rehabilitate primates like spider, squirrel, woolly, and capuchin monkeys and reintroduce them into the jungle. This evening, venture back out on a canoe with your Naturalist to appreciate the sounds of the jungle at night, with the possibility to spot small alligators (or other nocturnal creatures). (B,L,D)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    CONSERVATION HEROES During your stay at the Ecopark Jungle Lodge, you will have the chance to visit its Monkey Jungle Reserve, created in 1991 to rescue animals from illegal trade. Here, animals are evaluated and treated by veterinarians and rehabilitated to be reintroduced into the wild. At feeding time, you will have the opportunity to see these animals up close in a safe environment.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  4. Day 4
    AMAZON JUNGLE–MANAUS–RIO DE JANEIRO
    Brazilian Boomtown
    This morning, depart the Ecopark for Manaus. Take a guided sightseeing tour to explore the city’s vestiges of its glory days during the rubber boom. See the famed Opera House, built in 1896 with materials imported from Europe. Visit a local market, abundant with local foods and wares. Continue to the airport for your flight to Rio and an overnight stay. (B)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    CULTURE & TRADITIONS Experience an authentic local market in Manaus. See the fresh fish brought in daily, fruit, spices, and indigenous medicines all locally sourced from the Amazon Basin.


    Meals:   Breakfast
  5. Day 5
    RIO DE JANEIRO
    Reaching New Heights
    After free time this morning, meet your Tour Director at 3:30pm for a drive along Ipanema and Copacabana beaches 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. (B)

    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, and sugar. Deliciosa!


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    Meals:   Breakfast
  6. Day 6
    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 Sambódromo 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 (or 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 even voted one the New7Wonders of the World.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  7. Day 7
    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
  8. Day 8
    RIO DE JANEIRO–IGUASSU FALLS
    What a Rush!
    A flight from Rio takes you to Iguassu Falls. Experience the clouds of spray, the incessant roar, and the surrounding luxuriant tropical growth that make this an unforgettable natural wonder. Head into Brazil’s Iguassu National Park to enjoy the magnificent panorama of waterfalls from the Brazilian side. Your Local Guide introduces the spectacle of this 2-mile-wide rushing torrent. With some cataracts as high as 250 feet, Iguassu Falls is nothing short of hypnotic! (B,D)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    NATURAL WONDERS 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   Dinner
  9. Day 9
    IGUASSU FALLS
    Taking the Plunge
    Today, journey across the Brazilian border by motorcoach to the Argentine side of Iguassu Falls, where you will take the Ecological Jungle Train and enjoy a closer perspective on a walking tour of the falls. Meander along the walkways from atop the falls and enjoy an exhilarating view 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. Return to the hotel, where the remainder of the day is at your leisure. (B)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    PICTURE PERFECT Iguassu National Park (Argentinean side) – From this side of the falls you get 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. A completely different perspective from that of Brazil’s side which is why you always need to see both sides of the falls!


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    Meals:   Breakfast
  10. Day 10
    IGUASSU FALLS–BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
    The Boulevards of Buenos Aires
    This morning, cross the Brazilian border into Argentina by motorcoach to transfer to the Cataratas del Iguazu International Airport for your flight to Buenos Aires. After arriving, an orientation walk acquaints you with the “Paris of South America” and its wide boulevards and outdoor cafés. (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 café con leche or the choicest Argentinian wines.


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    Meals:   Breakfast
  11. Day 11
    BUENOS AIRES
    Dining, Dancing & Dazzling
    Your sightseeing starts in La Boca, a vibrant district and site of the city’s first port. Take a short walking tour of this unique enclave and then on to San Telmo, famous for its late-colonial buildings and a popular gathering spot for artists. At Plaza de Mayo, see La Casa Rosada (the President’s Pink House) and the Metropolitan Cathedral, housing San Martin’s Mausoleum. Drive past the ornate Teatro Colón opera house before reaching Recoleta Cemetery, burial site of Eva Perón. Next, [LF] learn how to make a traditional Argentinean dish during your empanada cooking class. After an afternoon at leisure, top off the evening at a famous Tango club. The Tango and Argentina go hand in hand and tonight you will [LF] visit a local milonga, or tango house, where professional tango dancers teach the traditional techniques of the Argentine Tango. After your lesson, enjoy a farewell dinner featuring Argentine steaks and other local specialties. Top off the evening when the professionals delight you with a Tango Show featuring the dance as it has evolved through the ages! (B,D)

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    LOCAL TASTES Immerse yourself in Argentina’s culinary culture when you learn how to make empanadas. This hands-on cooking class teaches you the different fillings and the various 'repulga' techniques (how to close the empanada.) After perfecting your creation, enjoy your homemade empanada and a glass of Malbec.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  12. Day 12
    BUENOS AIRES
    Ranch Life
    Today, head into the heart of the pampas (grasslands) and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of rural, country life at a working [LF] Argentina estancia (ranch). After a traditional welcome with empanadas and local beverages, get acquainted with the lifestyle of real gauchos (cowboys) on a carriage ride through the pampas. Later, at lunch, enjoy an authentic feast, complete with world-renowned Argentine beef, salad, desserts, local wine, and live music and dance by the gauchos themselves. Top off the day with a horsemanship show by the gauchos before saying adios to the countryside and heading back to the city. (B,L)

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    CULTURE & TRADITION Estancias date back to the 16th Century during Spanish colonization when conquistadors where gifted land to raise and breed cattle. Today, these lands and traditions that go along with them have been passed down from generation to generation. Today, you step into the traditional, local life of a gaucho and embrace Argentinian heritage.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  13. Day 13
    BUENOS AIRES–BARILOCHE
    Patagonian Pleasures
    Fly south to Bariloche in Patagonia on the shores of fjord-like Lago Nahuel Huapi in the heart of Argentina’s Lake District. Arrive in the early evening and join your Tour Director for a leisurely stroll through the picturesque town. See the city hall, the clock tower in Municipality Square, and the famous chocolate factories. (B,D)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    CULTURAL GEMS You are in Argentina but, you feel like you are in a small town in Switzerland when in Bariloche! Use your time here to sample its famous chocolate, sip locally crafted beer, dine on world class cuisine, and take in the breathtaking views of this Patagonian mountain town.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  14. Day 14
    BARILOCHE
    Alpine Treasures
    This chic alpine resort boasts some of the most glorious scenery in the country. Cameras should be ready for today’s guided sightseeing including a chairlift ride to a lookout point at Cerro Campanario. You’ll want to capture the vistas of surrounding lakes and Andes mountain peaks. The tour continues with a leisurely drive around the Llao Llao Peninsula, Lago Moreno, and Lopez Bay followed by lunch at a local restaurant. (B,L)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    EPIC RIDE Sit back and relax on the 7-minute chairlift ride to the Campanario summit at 3400 feet. From here you will experience the best views in Patagonia. Take in the sweeping vistas of the surrounding snow-capped mountains, glacial lakes, and lush forests.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  15. Day 15
    BARILOCHE–PUERTO BLEST–PUERTO VARAS, CHILE
    Peak Perfection
    Set out today for your [LF] Andes Lake crossing! Board a boat for the cruise across Lago Nahuel Huapi to Puerto Blest. Proceed by motorcoach and see emerald lakes, thick pine forests, and the snow-capped peaks of the Andes Mountains. Look out for soaring Osorno Volcano as you cross Lago Todos los Santos by catamaran. Skirt the southern shore of Lago Llanquihue on the way to Puerto Varas. Drive to your hotel along the rosebush-lined streets of this lakeside resort. (B,L,D)

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    NATURAL WONDERS Why go around the Andes Mountains when you can cut a path directly through them? That’s exactly what you will do today on a full-day Andes Lake Crossing from Argentina to Chile! Sail across glacial lakes, travel through national parks, stop on a remote island for lunch, watch for giant condors, and cruise past active volcanoes into Chile. Today will be an unforgettable adventure.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  16. Day 16
    PUERTO VARAS–PUERTO MONTT–SANTIAGO
    Summits & Seas
    Your morning tour of the nearby seaport of Puerto Montt in Chilean Patagonia takes you to the harbor brimming with fishing vessels and along a busy waterfront lined with seafood stalls. Transfer to the airport for your flight north to Santiago. Perched between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes, Santiago has evolved as the country’s political, commercial, and cultural capital. Tonight, dinner is at the hotel. (B,D)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    LOCAL TASTES Discover a wide variety of fresh seafood during your visit to the local market in the seaside village of Angelmó near Puerto Montt. If seafood isn’t your preference, you’ll also find fruits, vegetables, cheese, meats, handicrafts, and much more.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  17. Day 17
    SANTIAGO
    Toasts of the Town
    Today, your Local Guide traces the city’s history and heritage on a guided city tour. Start at La Moneda, the official Government Palace, before heading to the Plaza de Armas, the main square, with a visit to the 18th-century cathedral. Continue into Chile's nearby wine region and visit one of Chile's oldest wineries, Cousiño-Macul’s. A guided tour uncovers the vine-to-wine process that produces some of the world's finest wines. (B)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    HISTORIC SPOT Learn the history of wine during your visit to Cousiño-Macul’s Winery in the Maipo Valley. Family operated since it was built in 1856, Cousiño-Macul’s reserve wines are estate grown, vinted, and bottled in the family tradition of six generations. Tour the hundred-year-old vines, walk through the cellars, and taste a selection of the wines.


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    Meals:   Breakfast
  18. Day 18
    SANTIAGO
    Hasta Luego, Chile
    The day is free for independent activities. You may want to take advantage of an optional excursion to the beautiful coastal region west of Santiago. Tonight, your Tour Director hosts a special farewell dinner to celebrate a great touring adventure. (B,D)

    FREE TIME TIPS
    EXPLORE MORE Take an excursion to Valparaiso and Viña del Mar. Drive through the hills of Chile’s wine country to the historic port of Valparaiso, and continue along the coast to nearby Viña del Mar. 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.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  19. Day 19
    SANTIAGO–LIMA, PERU
    Welcome to Peru!
    Fly to the modern city of Lima today where you will be met by your Globus representative. The remainder of your day is free to relax. (B)

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    Meals:   Breakfast
  20. Day 20
    LIMA
    Plazas & Pre-Columbian Treasure
    Guided sightseeing includes the Plaza de Armas, the Government Palace, Cathedral, and the 18th-century San Francisco Monastery with its unique cloisters. This evening, take a short drive to the [LF] Larco Herrera Museum to see some of the best Pre-Columbian art in the world followed by dinner at the museum. (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
  21. Day 21
    LIMA–CUSCO–SACRED VALLEY
    Inca Ingenuity
    Fly to Cusco and spend the day in the Sacred Valley of the Incas and visit the Temple of Sacsayhuaman, a fortress of gigantic stones with some blocks weighing more than 350 tons. Also, see the semi-circular Kenko Amphitheater and the ancient site of Puca Pucara before reaching Pisac, a mountain village with one of the best Indian markets in the world. Stay in the Sacred Valley tonight. (B,L,D)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    CULTURE & TRADITION Traditional Peruvian life is alive and well in the village of Pisac. Meet the locals in their colourful Incan outfits, walk the cobblestone streets past homes and small cafes, and shop for silver, weavings, and much more at the famous market.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  22. Day 22
    SACRED VALLEY–MACHU PICCHU
    The Lost City
    This morning, visit the Inca Fortress of Ollantaytambo, followed by [LF] a visit to a local home to 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
    LIFE & TIMES 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, or guinea pigs, they keep in their house.


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    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  23. Day 23
    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
    PICTURE PERFECT Staying overnight in Machu Picchu allows you to get up 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
  24. Day 24
    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-style Santo Domingo Monastery on top of the temple’s foundations. Your tour concludes at San Pedro Market for a final opportunity to shop for mementos. 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
    LOCAL TASTES You can find anything your heart desires at San Pedro Market. From every type of food, fresh juices, handmade clothing, knick knacks and more. Pro tip: Find a food stall that serves lomo saltado, a traditional Peruvian dish with steak, onions, tomatoes, and French fries. Muy Rico!


    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  25. Day 25
    CUSCO–LIMA
    At Leisure in Lima
    A short flight returns you to Lima, where the remainder of your day is free to explore. (B)

    FREE TIME TIPS
    EXPLORE MORE Now is the time to fill your plate with the mouth-watering Peruvian culinary specialties to indulge the palate with a free day in Lima. From Pisco Sours to Pollo a la Brasa, from ceviche to cuy (if you’re feeling adventurous). Your Tour Director can point you in the right direction, and your GlobusGO mobile app has local maps and suggestions to get the most out of your day.


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    Meals:   Breakfast
  26. Day 26
    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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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.

For your overnight stay in Machu Picchu, you will only be allowed to bring an overnight bag weighing no more than 11 pounds due to luggage restrictions on the train. Your main luggage will be stored at the Cusco hotel where you will return for an overnight the following night.
Meals:
Breakfast daily, 7 Lunches, 14 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.

Manaus: Hotel Blue Tree Premium Manaus
Located in the Adrianopolis district of Manaus nearby the Amazonas shopping center, the Hotel Blue Tree Premium Manaus features a rooftop pool with views of the city, on-site restaurant, bar, fitness center, and sauna.
Address:
Av Umberto Calderaro Filho, 817 - Adrianopolis
Manaus , Brazil
Brazilian Amazon: Ecopark Jungle Lodge
Inside the Amazon Jungle on the Rio Negro, enjoy daily excursions to learn about the flora, fauna, and indigenous tribes. Rooms feature private facilities and air-conditioning.
Address:
Amazon
Manaus AM, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro: Sheraton Grand Rio Hotel and Resort
Beautifully situated along the well-known Ipanema Beach, this contemporary hotel boasts gorgeous views and extreme comfort. All 559 guestrooms are equipped with the signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed, private balcony overlooking the sea, mini-bar, cable television, air-conditioning, and room service. The facilities include a swimming pool, tennis courts, beauty salon, fitness center, sauna, business center, three restaurants, and two bars.
Address:
Avenida Niemeyer 121
Rio de Janeiro RJ, Brazil
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
Buenos Aires: Loi Suites Recoleta
Located 1.2 miles between Florida and Corrientes Avenue, Loi Suites offers opulent suites amidst the French homes and palaces of Recoleta. The English winter garden is where afternoon tea is served. The stylish, soft gray or beige rooms at the Loi Suites Recoleta Hotel include French windows that open to gardens. Each has a CD player, satellite TV, and air conditioning. Breakfast with croissants and a cheese plate are available to guests, and both are served in the garden. Fine dining and wines are offered at La Fuente. The Loi Suites' amenities include a gym and an indoor pool.
Address:
Vicente Lopez 1955 Recoleta
Buenos Aires , Argentina
Bariloche: NH Bariloche Edelweiss
Built in 1970 and refurbished recently, the Edelweiss Hotel is a modern first class property. A large lobby with fireplace, cozy lounge and reading corners awaits visitors. Amenities include a restaurant, bar, pool on the 7th floor, gym, full service spa, room service, and laundry service.
Address:
San Martin Ave 202
Bariloche , Argentina
Puerto Varas: Radisson Puerto Varas
Situated in the heart of the city beside Lake Llanquihue, the Radisson Hotel offers stunning views of the Osorno and Calbuco volcanoes along with easy access to popular attractions. Featuring German-influenced architecture blended with rich wooden fixtures and classic stonework accents, the hotel's atmosphere is warm and inviting. Guests can enjoy the indoor pool, spa, complimentary Wi-Fi, and on-site restaurant.
Address:
Del Salvador 24, esquina Av Costenera
Puerto Varas , Chile
Santiago: Sheraton Santiago Hotel & Convention Center
This contemporary hotel is ideally located within minutes of some of the city's best shopping areas, restaurants, and attractions. The hotel features three Chilean inspired restaurants, two bars, state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, beauty salon, tennis court, gift shop, and access to medical services.
Address:
Ave Santa Maria 1742
Santiago , Chile
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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Questions & Answers

Question: How many suitcases can I take with me on my trip?

Each person is allowed one "check-in," and one "carry-on." Remember to take all valuables with you as "carry-on", because electronic equipment, cameras, laptops, jewelry, business documents and money are not covered by the airlines' liability, so always carry them aboard with you.

Question: Is Airfare Included in the Price?

Airfare from your point of origin to and from the trip is not included in the land price.

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating
4.5
Accommodations
4.2
Itinerary
5
Professional Staff
5
Repeat with Operator
4.2
Value for Money
4.2

Ratings based off 5 reviews - currently showing 2 reviews with comments only

The hotel in Lima was not up to the standard. On my return I paid extra 195 dollars to upgrade my hotel to Casa Andina premium. There I noticed that Globus had put their guests for Peru Incas tour in the same hotel where I had to pay extra. So was short-changed.

everythings good but last two day no schedule no food verry bed.

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