27 Days Fully Guided Lima to Buenos Aires
2017: 5th May, 16th June, 4th August, 1st September
2018: 4 May,15June,3Aug,7Sep
A real kaleidoscope of the Andes - Peru - Bolivia - Brazil-Argentina
This varied adventure gives you the opportunity to explore bustling colourful Andean markets and villages of rural Peru & Bolivia and to discover the mysteries of the Inca Empire.
Delight in the majesty of the spectacular Iguacu Falls, visit the Uros Indians on the curious floating Reed Islands of Lake Titicaca, marvel at the workmanship and energy of magical Machu Picchu in Peru plus fly over the mysterious Nazca lines in the desert of southern Peru.
Highlights also include spotting condors in the Colca Canyon, and the charming colonial city of Cusco – Heart of the Inca Empire. Wonder at the remarkable monument of Sacsayhuaman, villages of Chinchero and Ollantaytambo and Pisaq.The June departure also includes the spectacular Inti Raymi Festival of the Sun near Cusco. Cross the altiplano to Lake Titicaca and experience the Uros & Sun Islands then on to La Paz.
From La Paz fly into stunning and vibrant Rio de Janeiro. See the spectacular views from Sugar Loaf Mountain and Christ the Redeemer statue, plus there is time to watch people on the famous Copacabana and Ipanema beaches.Then to the Iguacu Falls. 275 cascades fall in a wild array of spray over a winding 3km cliff face into the gorge 60metres below -. An impressive sight! End in stylish Buenos Aires where you can enjoy a tango show and an enormous juicy steak.
There are no unpleasant surprises once you are in South America, you know before you leave exactly what this trip will cost and it is a bonus not having to dip into your money belt all the time to pay for 'EXTRAS' like some companies do. We pride ourselves on being totally upfront before you leave. Compare our inclusions for yourself – detailed on our Trip Dossier.
We want your adventure to be as hassle-free as possible – so you can expect the following whilst planning to explore the "Andes Overland”
ALL flights within South America 2 dinners, 2 lunches
ALL transport (boats, buses, taxis, trains etc) ALL accommodation with breakfasts
ALL entrance fees as per itinerary ALL camping fees, tents, sleeping mats on trek
ALL national park entrance fees ALL food during Inca Trail
ALL sightseeing as per itinerary ALL transfers as per itinerary
Services of experienced local guides Inca Trail Farewell dinner & Tango show in Buenos Aires
Services of porters to carry gear on Inca Trail NB: 4.5kg limit on trek, rest of gear left at hotel
Services of experienced Tour Leader Services of English speaking local guides
Does not include:
Airport Taxes & Tips allow USD200 per person
Insurance - Laundry - Personal Spending - Medical Expenses
Our experienced bi –lingual Tour Leaders travel with the group departures ( subject to a minimum of 6 people travelling )
We use comfortable 3 star hotels throughout . All rooms have your own private bathroom . Hotels are chosen for their location and service and most would have free WIFI
It is customary in Latin America to tip service providers such as waiters, at approximately 10%, depending on the service. Tipping is an expected - though not compulsory - component of your tour program and an expression of satisfaction with the persons who have assisted you on your tour. Although it may not be customary to you, it is of considerable significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels. At the start of the tour your Tour Manager will explain the tipping system and will coordinate all tipping on behalf of the group to cover the local guides, drivers and porters.
We suggest allow for US$30-40 per day to cover incidentals, laundry, meals not included
Groups are limited to a maximum of 15 people