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The Highlights of Chile, Bolivia and Peru


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Why you'll love this tour!

This itinerary takes you to explore the highlights of Chile, Bolivia and Peru from the wine valleys of Chile to the Salt Flats of Bolivia and Inca ruins of Peru. The wines of Santiago are simply delectable, the landscapes of the Atacama are other-worldly, the Uyuni Salt Flats are spectacular, Lake Titicaca is fascinating, watching the sunrise at Machu Picchu is out of this world and the Inca history of Cusco is perfect for both history buffs and casual visitors.

Our local specialists and tour guides have designed and dialed in all the secret stops that any local would approve of.

What you can expect in every tour:
  • Choose any date, all tours have daily departures
  • Hand picked guides specialized for every excursion
  • 7 regional offices with 24/7 in country support
  • Transfers with English guide to/from all airports
  • Local specialists who live and guide the destination
  • Personal dining recommendations for food lovers
  • Incredibly comfortable authentic accommodations
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16 Day Travel Itinerary

Our tours depart any day of the year, there are no fixed departure dates. It’s really simply, we’ve designed some of the best experiences that cover your “bucket list” must see stuff in each destination. You can trust in our 20 years of experience, that everything will run just like clockwork.

Itinerary
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Day 1 - Santiago de Chile

Welcome to the capitol of Chile

Upon landing in Santiago the Chile, our local representative will be waiting for you to take you to your hotel. ‘Santiago is Chile’ say the Santiaguinos, and a visit to this great city will show you why. Located in central Chile, backed by the Andes to the east the city was founded in 1541 in the fertile valley in which it sits. After settling in your hotel, you´ll have the remainder of the day to explore at leisure.

Santiago is Chile’s cultural, commercial, industrial, and political center. A cosmopolitan city, with ample restaurants, bars, hotels, and shopping, from tiny boutique and craft fairs to giant shopping malls. There are cultural attractions such as art galleries, museums, theaters, opera and ballet, lively nightlife, plus parks, tree-lined streets, and distinct neighborhoods. You’ll see brand new high rises and supermarkets next to old, shabby buildings. You’ll have to fend off vendors and peddlers on the busses but ride in peace and comfort on the ultra-modern subway system.

Included: Private transfer from Santiago airport to your hotel with assistance; Accommodation in Santiago. (Meals – None).

Upon landing in Santiago the Chile, our local representative will be waiting for you to take you to your hotel. ‘Santiago is Chile’ say the Santiaguinos, and a visit to this great city will show you why. Located in central ...

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Day 2 - Santiago de Chile

Santiago like a local

Explore the exciting city of Santiago like a local with our fun and immersive city tour. Accompanied by your private guide, you’ll discover hidden hotspots as well as the tourist highlights of Santiago. The trip begins with a subway ride to the Metro Station University of Chile. From here, you’ll wander along the main pedestrian city promenade, visiting iconic buildings such as the Palacio de Gobierno La Moneda and the Santiago Stock Exchange.

Next, you’ll set off towards Plaza de Armas, home to the gorgeous Cathedral, the Natural History Museum, and the Central Post Office. You’ll stop at Vega Central for a traditional Chilean snack before heading into the colorful bohemian district of Bellavista, where you’ll try a classic Santiaguino drink. From here, you’ll hop in the cable car to the top of San Cristóbal, offering panoramic views over the entire city. Afterward, your guide will give you some local options for lunch (not included) before leaving you to spend the rest of the day in Santiago exploring at your own pace.

Included: Private Walking tour in Santiago with One-way metro ticket, Guide, Accommodation in Santiago. (Meals – Breakfast)

Explore the exciting city of Santiago like a local with our fun and immersive city tour. Accompanied by your private guide, you’ll discover hidden hotspots as well as the tourist highlights of Santiago. The trip begins with a subway ride ...

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Santiago to Calama / San Pedro de Atacama

Arrival to the Chilean Desert

Day 3 – Santiago to Calama to San Pedro de Atacama

It’s time to hit the road again as you make your way to Atacama. Your private transfer will take you to the airport to take your flight towards Calama.

Upon landing in Calama airport, your private transfer will take to San Pedro de Atacama. If arriving from a lower altitude, we would recommend spending your first day in San Pedro de Atacama relaxing and getting used to the altitude before doing anything overly physical.

San Pedro de Atacama is a town set on an arid high plateau in the Andes mountains of northeastern Chile. Its dramatic surrounding landscape incorporates desert, salt flats, volcanoes, geysers, and hot springs. The Valle de la Luna in the nearby Los Flamencos National Reserve is a lunarlike depression with unusual rock formations, a huge sand dune, and pink-streaked mountains.

Included: Transfer from hotel to Santiago airport in private service; Transfer from Calama airport to hotel in Atacama in group service; Accommodation in Atacama. (Meals – Breakfast).

Day 3 – Santiago to Calama to San Pedro de Atacama

It’s time to hit the road again as you make your way to Atacama. Your private transfer will take you to the airport to take your flight towards Calama.

Upon landing ...

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Day 4 - San Pedro de Atacama

Altiplanic Lagoon & Atacama Salt Lake

Travel between flamingo-filled lagoons, horizon bound salt flats, and highland lakes on this full-day group tour from San Pedro de Atacama, whisking you through Chile’s most stunning natural landscapes. Setting off early, you’ll head for the Salar de Atacama, a gorgeous expanse of grey-white salt dotted with wetlands. This unique and fragile habitat is home to all kinds of birdlife, including large flocks of bright pink flamingoes. Here, you’ll follow a nature trail, stopping at the viewpoints to observe the flamingoes and snapping some once-in-a-lifetime shots.

Next, you’ll ascend to the Andean highlands, reaching 4,200 meters above sea-level. Hopping off the bus, you’ll walk along the shores of two deep-blue lakes mirroring volcanoes and surreal, pastel-colored wetlands. Back down in the Atacama Valley, you’ll hike through a hidden gorge named the Quebrada de Jere, an oasis of fruit trees, flowers, and herbs near the traditional Andean village of Toconao. It’s a day of eye-opening contrasts, giving you a spectacular glimpse of the Atacama.

Included: Altiplanic Lagoons & Salt Lake Group excursion with guide and transport, Entrance fees; Accommodation in the Atacama. (Meals – Breakfast).

Travel between flamingo-filled lagoons, horizon bound salt flats, and highland lakes on this full-day group tour from San Pedro de Atacama, whisking you through Chile’s most stunning natural landscapes. Setting off early, you’ll head for the Salar de Atacama, a ...

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Day 5 - San Pedro de Atacama

Tatio Geysers

Early in the morning, explore the highest geyser field on the planet during this brilliant half-day group tour. Hidden up in the Andes at 4,300 meters above sea-level and surrounded by towering snow-capped peaks, El Tatio is like nowhere else on earth. The geysers are most striking around daybreak when temperatures hover around the sub-zero mark, so you’ll leave San Pedro de Atacama before dawn to get the best views of the hydro-activity. As you wander between gurgling steam vents and bubbling mud pools circled by multicolored mineral deposits and bright algae, the early start will soon pay off. Known by the locals as’ The Weeping Grandfather’, El Tatio is a mythical site that feels almost like part of a fantasy world. Once you’ve finished exploring the geysers and snapping the action, you’ll be treated to a buffet breakfast, where you can warm up with a cup of coffee. Afterward, you can enjoy a relaxing soak in the natural hot springs before hopping back on the bus. On the way back to San Pedro, you can take a light trek along the mountain brook of Puripica, passing through a cactus-lined canyon.

The afternoon is free for you to spend at leisure.

Included: Half day Tatio Geyser group tour with guide and transport, Entrance fee; Accommodation in Atacama. (Meals – Breakfast).

Early in the morning, explore the highest geyser field on the planet during this brilliant half-day group tour. Hidden up in the Andes at 4,300 meters above sea-level and surrounded by towering snow-capped peaks, El Tatio is like nowhere else ...

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Day 6 - San Pedro de Atacama to Villamar

Exploring the Lagoons

You will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to Hito Cajón, where your guide and 4×4 vehicle will be waiting to take you towards Laguna Verde (Green lagoon), at the foothills of Licancabur Volcano. You will pass through the Dalí Desert and the thermal waters of Chalviri. The trip continues to the ‘Sol de Mañana’ geysers to admire the spectacular colors of the hot mud; then, to Laguna Colorada (Red Lagoon), where the famous James’ Flamingos, unique to its species in the world, will be appreciated, as well as how its color tones change until reaching the characteristic red color, where its name comes from. Later, you will arrive in the town of Villamar, where you will spend the night.

Included: 4×4 Transportation with English Speaking guide; Accommodation in Uyuni. (Meals – Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

**Note: Activities and times of traveling can be adjusted depending on the selected program. Whenever you´ll end up, you will visit all Uyuni Highlights in an all-inclusive program. If traveling in comfort you’ll be sharing service with other passengers and in superior or luxury it would be a private service. For accommodation comfort & superior categories would be staying in basic accommodation with a private room, for luxury hotels are included**

You will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to Hito Cajón, where your guide and 4×4 vehicle will be waiting to take you towards Laguna Verde (Green lagoon), at the foothills of Licancabur Volcano. You will pass through ...

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Day 7 - Villamar to Colchani

The Siloli Desert

After breakfast, you will depart to the town of Colchani. On the way, you will visit the Cave Paintings and the Tomas Lakjas Necropolis’ Fort. Continuing your journey, you will visit the Valley of Rocks – a famous group of rock formations caused by wind erosion, as well as the rock formations of Lost Italy; the Vinto and the Catal lagoons, the Alota town, Culpina K, and the Church of San Cristobal. Upon arrival in Colchani, you will be transferred to your hotel.

Included: 4×4 Transportation with English Speaking guide; Accommodation in Uyuni. (Meals – Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

**Note: Activities and times of traveling can be adjusted depending on the selected program. Whenever you´ll end up, you will visit all Uyuni Highlights in an all-inclusive program. If traveling in comfort you’ll be sharing service with other passengers and in superior or luxury it would be a private service. For accommodation comfort & superior categories would be staying in basic accommodation with a private room, for luxury hotels are included**

After breakfast, you will depart to the town of Colchani. On the way, you will visit the Cave Paintings and the Tomas Lakjas Necropolis’ Fort. Continuing your journey, you will visit the Valley of Rocks – a famous group of ...

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Day 8 - Uyuni to La Paz

Pucara Ayque

This morning you will visit the train cemetery, where you can see the remains of the locomotives of the 19th and 20th centuries. You will continue to Colchani, where you will see an artisanal salt processing plant, you will visit the Great Salt Flat and its waterholes, in addition to observing both the way of extraction and the production of salt blocks. You will continue to the Incahuasi Island (also known as Fish Island), where you will have the chance to observe the famous giant Cactus. The trip continues to the north, to the skirts of the Tunupa volcano, to visit the Pucara Ayque, where you will observe the pre-Columbian fort and the mummies. Later, you will observe the dazzling sunset at the salt flats’ shore. At a convenient time, you will be transferred back to Uyuni ‘s Airport to continue with your planned itinerary. Once you arrive at La Paz your private transfer will take you to your hotel.

Included: 4×4 Transportation with English speaking guide and Entrance fee, Private transfer from the airport to your hotel with assistance; Accommodation in La Paz. (Meals – Breakfast, Lunch).

**Note: Activities and times of traveling can be adjusted depending on the selected program. Whenever you´ll end up, you will visit all Uyuni Highlights in an all-inclusive program. If traveling in comfort you’ll be sharing service with other passengers and in superior or luxury it would be a private service. For accommodation comfort & superior categories would be staying in basic accommodation with a private room, for luxury hotels are included**

This morning you will visit the train cemetery, where you can see the remains of the locomotives of the 19th and 20th centuries. You will continue to Colchani, where you will see an artisanal salt processing plant, you will visit ...

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Day 9 - La Paz

La Paz like a local

After breakfast, your guide will pick you up from your hotel and will transfer you to the Cable Car Station. You will take the Cable Car, which has probably the best views of the central and northern side of La Paz City, followed by an interesting walk along local streets and colorful markets. You will visit different galleries of Bolivian Traditional customs and get to know a bit more about the typical lady of the highlands, ‘Chola’, in their different daily activities. You will continue to the main square of La Paz to try a delicious Bolivian Empanadas called ‘Salteña’ and a delicious Bolivian hot juice. The tour ends dropping you off at your hotel, or please request your guide to leave you at the center if you want to stroll around on your own.

Included: Private excursion with public transportation, Guide, Cable car fee and Tastings; Accommodation in La Paz. (Meals – Breakfast).

After breakfast, your guide will pick you up from your hotel and will transfer you to the Cable Car Station. You will take the Cable Car, which has probably the best views of the central and northern side of La ...

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Day 10 - La Paz to Puno

Sun Island Catamaran Day Cruise

Early in the morning, you will be transferred to Copacabana, the main town on the shore of Lake Titicaca, recognized for its famous Basilica of Our Lady of Copacabana, where the Virgin of Copacabana is housed. A short visit to the Cathedral and Main Square will be done before boarding the Catamaran and sail to Sun Island. The Island inhabitants are indigenous people of Quechua origin mostly, whose main sources of income are tourism, agriculture, and cattle herding. Considered to be a sacred place for the Incas, here you will find the Archaeological remains of Pilkokaina (Templo de Pilcocaina), the Youth’s fountain, it is believed that its water gives eternal youth and the famous 500 Inca stairs. You will also visit the Ekako Underground Museum, the Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders display center, the Pachamama agricultural Inca terraces, a handicraft center, and the Intica lounge. You will have a unique sailing experience aboard a huge Titikaka traditional vessel for a panoramic visit to the Pilkokaina Inca Palace. You will then cruise back to Copacabana while a buffet lunch is served on board. Upon arrival, you will overland to Puno city.

Included: Sun Island Catamaran cruise group excursion with guide, Insurance and Embarkation fee; Accommodation in Puno. (Meals – Breakfast, Lunch).

Early in the morning, you will be transferred to Copacabana, the main town on the shore of Lake Titicaca, recognized for its famous Basilica of Our Lady of Copacabana, where the Virgin of Copacabana is housed. A short visit to ...

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Day 11 - Puno to Cusco

Altiplano to the Andes and Cusco

Today at the arranged time, you will be taken to the bus station to begin your journey to Cusco. If you like to upgrade your experience, there is also available a Luxury Train from Puno to Cusco that departs on specific days of the week. (Optional).

Leaving Puno and Lake Titicaca behind, you’ll start your journey by a comfortable tourist bus to Cusco. The drive is approximately 10.5 hours long and you’ll stop off along the route at some of the most beautiful and authentic locations. Stopping at the once-great pre-Hispanic city of Pukara, characterized by its huge pyramids, you will visit the lithic Museum where several artifacts of this period can be admired. The village is also known for its traditional ceramics known as “Toritos de Pukara”. Following your tour of Pukara, which will last around 35 minutes, you’ll board the tourist bus and head towards your next stop at La Raya. At 14,222 ft (4,335 m) above sea level, this marks the highest point of the route and is here where the Vilcanota River otherwise known as, the Sacred River of the Incas, is born and flows down through the mountains before joining the Amazon River. The tour lasts around 10 minutes before continuing your journey to the fascinating archaeological complex of Raqchi. Stare in amazement at the monumental size of Raqchi and its temple, which has walls reaching up to 49 ft (15 m) and is unique in the Inca Empire. The tour of Raqchi lasts for around 40 minutes and then you will continue to the last stop before arriving at Cusco, Andahuaylillas. This charming 16th Century village has a beautiful Main Square with the Church of San Pedro de Andahuaylillas; the pride of the town and its people. It is one of the most beautiful Baroque churches built under Spanish influence in the Americas and is often referred to as the “Sistine Chapel of the Americas”. Your tour of Andahuaylillas will last for about 25 minutes before the tour bus takes you to the final destination of the Capital of the Inca Empire, Cusco.

Upon arrival to Cusco, you’ll be met and transferred to your hotel located in the historical center and within walking distance of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Plaza de Armas, the main square of Cusco. Cusco is a place that has it all, busy local markets, grand colonial architecture, rich archeological history, relaxed café’s, beautiful surrounding scenery, and much more. The evening is free for you to spend at your leisure and with many excellent Cusco restaurants to choose from.

Included: Private transfer to the bus station with assistance; Touristic bus from Puno to Cusco with entrance fees and lunch; Private transfer with assistance from Cusco´s bus station to your hotel; Accommodation in Cusco. (Meals – Breakfast, Lunch).

Today at the arranged time, you will be taken to the bus station to begin your journey to Cusco. If you like to upgrade your experience, there is also available a Luxury Train from Puno to Cusco that departs on ...

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Day 12 - Cusco

Cusco like a local

Day 12 – Cusco

Walk around the Imperial City of the Incas, starting at the local market of Cusco, where you will experience a bit of Peruvian Culture and daily Cusqueño life. In the market, you can find the best variety of vegetables, bread, and fruit in the country. Continuing this pleasant walk you’ll visit the impressive Colonial Cathedral in Cusco containing over 400 paintings from the Cusqueña School and several beautiful altars. Afterward, you’ll visit Koricancha, which is considered a religious center of Cusco, geographical and political. The Temple of Koricancha, was where the Inca paid homage to the Sun god called Inti. Qori means goldwork and Kancha means an enclosed space, bounded by walls. Then you’ll walk uphill a bit to enter the artisan quarter of San Blas, where you’ll be able to appreciate a religious painting and many workshops where, if they are available, you can watch artisans in action. After this, you’ll return to your hotel.

Included: Walking city tour with San Blas neighborhood and San Pedro market with a private guide and entrance fees; Accommodation in Cusco. (Meals – Breakfast).

Day 12 – Cusco

Walk around the Imperial City of the Incas, starting at the local market of Cusco, where you will experience a bit of Peruvian Culture and daily Cusqueño life. In the market, you can find the best variety ...

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Day 13 - Cusco to Sacred Valley

Sacred Valley of the Inca

After being picked up from your hotel your tour will start with a brief pit stop at the Mirador de Qorao or Awanacancha before heading up to Pisac. A famed hill town, Pisac is a great place to purchase top quality Andean knitwear at lower prices than you will find in major cities during your trip to Peru. Woven blankets, tapestries, and alpaca garments such as sweaters and mittens, colorful fabric, and accessories are found in abundance at the Pisac market in addition to pottery, jewelry, and other handicrafts. Then, you will visit the archaeological site of Pisac. You will go to the ‘Tanqanamarca Cemetery’, where existed an estimated 10000 burials and to the ‘Qantusraqay neighborhood’ area, for farmers. It is composed of rustic stone buildings built on the edges of the cliffs. Afterward, you will go for a buffet lunch in the Sacred Valley, set in extensive gardens with beautiful views across the Valley. Then, you continue to an attractive little town located at the western end of the Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo. The town has been built on top of original Inca foundations and is the best surviving example of Inca town planning.

The temple area is at the top of steep terracing which helped to provide excellent defenses. The stone used for these buildings was brought from a quarry high up on the opposite side of the Urubamba River – an incredible feat involving the efforts of thousands of workers.

Included: Sacred Valley tour in group service with transport, entrance fees, and lunch; Accommodation in Sacred Valley. (Meals – Breakfast, Lunch).

After being picked up from your hotel your tour will start with a brief pit stop at the Mirador de Qorao or Awanacancha before heading up to Pisac. A famed hill town, Pisac is a great place to purchase top ...

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Day 14 - Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu to Cusco

Your Magical Day in Machu Picchu

Today at the arranged time, you will be taken to the Ollantaytambo train station to board your train to Aguas Calientes!

The citadel of Machu Picchu is by far the most important tourist attraction in the Sacred Valley. Discovered in 1911 by the American explorer Hiram Bingham, this stronghold, overlooking the deep canyon of the Urubamba River, is considered to be one of the most extraordinary examples of landscape architecture in the world. In ancient times, when the Inca was considered to be a descendant of a god, this fortress was considered his palace above the clouds, where only the chosen ones could live. Every trip to Peru should include this destination and World Wonder. In Aguas Calientes, you’ll board a bus for a 20-minute ride to the sanctuary of Machu Picchu, where you’ll have a guided tour to explore this magnificent sample of Inca architectural perfection. You can also hike up to Machu Picchu Mountain to admire more stunning views of the ancient Inca citadel from above. The hike will take you around two hours one way and about one hour to get back. After an extensive visit to this magical place, you will have some free time to take some pictures before taking the bus back down to Aguas Calientes.

Taking the train from Aguas Calientes you’ll head through the dramatic landscape of the Sacred Valley until you reach Cusco. Having acclimatized to the altitude the last few days, Cusco’s altitude (11,150ft. above sea level) should be no problem at all at this point, allowing you to get out and enjoy the town this evening, or get some rest at one of our lovely boutique hotels in Cusco.

Included: Private transfer to the train station; Train ticket to Aguas Calientes and back to Cusco; Private guided excursion to Machu Picchu and Machu Picchu Mountain, entrance fees and Roundtrip bus to Machu Picchu; Private transfer from the train station in Cusco to your hotel; Accommodation in Cusco. (Meals – Breakfast).

Today at the arranged time, you will be taken to the Ollantaytambo train station to board your train to Aguas Calientes!

The citadel of Machu Picchu is by far the most important tourist attraction in the Sacred Valley. Discovered in 1911 ...

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Day 15 - Cusco

Day at Leisure

Today is free for you to spend it at leisure but here is a good opportunity to learn more about the Peruvian Cacao that is one of the finest in the world. To do so we recommend taking a Chocolate Workshop in the ChocoMuseum where on a 2-hour workshop you will learn how to make your chocolate. This is a hands-on activity, starting from the cocoa tree to the finished product passing by every step of the whole chocolate-making process. You will also discover the history of cocoa and the reasons why Peru is known for its fine chocolates.

Included: Accommodation in Cusco. (Meals – Breakfast).

Today is free for you to spend it at leisure but here is a good opportunity to learn more about the Peruvian Cacao that is one of the finest in the world. To do so we recommend taking a Chocolate ...

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Day 16 - Cusco

Leaving Cusco

Enjoy your last morning in Cusco at your leisure. Later in the afternoon, you will be taken to the airport to begin your journey back home.

Included: Private transfer from the hotel to Cusco airport with assistance. (Meals – Breakfast).

Enjoy your last morning in Cusco at your leisure. Later in the afternoon, you will be taken to the airport to begin your journey back home.

Included: Private transfer from the hotel to Cusco airport with assistance. (Meals – Breakfast).

Sustainable & Shared Experiences

We have over 20 years experience building relationships with a short list of some of the best hotels and guides in Central & South America, from 7 regional offices in Latin America. We always aim to offer our tour packages with as little impact with the culture, by using shared transportation and/or private “like a local” excursions using public transportation. Let us know your travel dates and destination preferences, and we’ll match you with YOUR PERFECT Latin America experience. 

Shared Hotels & Pricing

(Price estimate for 2 people traveling together)

Option 1: Comfort
$3,299 /person
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Option 2: Superior
$4,329 /person
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Option 3: Luxury
$6,179 /person
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Concerns about traveling during COVID-19?
At Class Adventure Travel, the safety and health of our team and travelers is our top priority. Cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Central and South America have been confirmed, but are significantly fewer (aside from Brazil) than other regions and countries across the globe. Due to the recent pandemic, we have been redefined many of our travel itineraries and operational measures to help bring peace of mind while traveling with us in Latin America. The above tour packages can be organized with private transportation and a personal guide, to allow for social distancing while exploring destinations with our team. We are here for you. If you have any questions whatsoever, please do reach out so we can make sure your answers and mind are left at ease.

Any trip can be cancelled up to 2 weeks prior to arrival, if COVID-19 related.

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David & Apryl Imboden
from the United States to Peru
Dear CAT, Thanks so much for an incredible time in Peru. The service that you provided during our private tour was amazing. The guides were knowledgeable, the hotels were above the level we expected and everything that was included was more than we could have imagined. We loved traveling along the coast and of course Machu Picchu was a greater highlight than any pictures can do justice. Sincerely, David and Apryl Imboden, Orange, CA
Andrew & Debra Lee
from the United States to Argentina, Brazil & Peru
Hi Sarah, We had a wonderful time and it was a great trip overall! Could not have had the experience that we did without your help - no regrets at all in booking with CAT! (I have already forwarded a link to your website to a co-worker who is interested in traveling to South America in the future). Thanks for all of your and Alex’s help in making our trip a memorable one! Regards, Andrew
Angela Willis & Son
from the United States to Brazil & Peru
Sarah, The vacation to Brazil and Peru was great! All of the guides were good, but Luiz and Fernando were exceptional! Both of them went out of their way to accommodate us and make our trip special. Pascuale was also very good, he certainly knows his way around Machu Picchu. I would recommend this trip to anyone! The hotels were wonderful as well. We even enjoyed the Andean Wings. I found the staff to be welcoming and the hotel quaint. The Sonesta Posada was a real stand out. Thanks again for your help in putting everything together. We had a great time! Angela
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Dear CAT Travel, We had a most wonderful time in Argentina. Working with Marcos was a real joy.  He proved to be very helpful and knowledgeable about his product and services.  All the transfers were executed punctually with friendly and professional staff.  The tours for the most part were excellent, depending on the guide, their overall knowledge, delivery and fluency in the English language. The hotels were all very clean, comfortable, and for the most part in good locations in respect to the center of town.  I can honestly say that it was a once in a lifetime trip and our best travel experience. It is a really wonderful travel destination, we loved, loved,loved Argentina! Annalena Burbridge
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