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Experience sensational Brazil - a country of many attractions. Visit beautiful Rio de Janeiro, spectacular Iguassu Falls, and the historic city of Manaus, the gateway to your Amazon jungle lodge. You will have the opportunity to experience it all: the city, the beach, the Falls, and the Amazon.
Starting at $2485.00+


Do it all on this fun-filled vacation combining the country's natural highlights with the beautiful beaches of the Pacific. Visit Tortuguero National Park, an important nesting site for endangered green turtles. Dive into soft adventure in the shadow of Arenal Volcano. Explore the rich tropical reserve that is the Monteverde Cloud Forest. And end in relaxation on the pristine beaches of Guanacaste.
Starting at $2425.00+

Experience magical Ecuador - its culture, history, landscapes and biodiversity. Begin in Quito, situated at 9300 feet in the heart of the Andes, just south of the Equatorial Line. The country's colonial history is reflected in Quito's Historic Centre and the lovely city of Cuenca, both UNESCO World Heritage sites. Get In touch with indigenous culture at the famous handicrafts market at Otavalo, and the surrounding villages. Visit Ecuador's other major city, Guayaquil, before flying to the Gal...
Starting at $5199.00+

The city of Mendoza, known as the land of sun and the good wine, is located in the largest wine-producing region of Argentina, accounting for almost 70% of the country's production. Their dry climate and pure water from the Andes combine to provide an ecosystem that produces exceptional wine, especially Malbec, which has become one of the country's signature wines. The Mendoza Wine Route is a great introduction to the fine wines of Argentina.
Starting at $985.00+


Declared by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve, the Pantanal is the world's largest wetland area with an area of approximately 200,000 square kilometers. It encompasses a variety of landscapes including rolling hills, lakes, rivers and grassy savannahs. This region is flooded during the rainy season (November through April) and a result there remain only a few islands where you find isolated Fazendas (farms) and Pousadas (lodges). Its biodiversity is so enormous that the Pantanal is consider...
Starting at $1285.00+

Puno is situated on the shores of Lake Titicaca, the world's highest navigable lake. At an altitude of 12,400 ft., this very deep, intensely turquoise lake is 131 miles long. It is shared by Peru and Bolivia. Lake Titicaca is believed to be the legendary birthplace of the founders of the Inca Empire, as well as the cradle of civilization of the Aymara Indians. Puno, with its colorful customs, handicrafts and ethnic dances, is known as the folklore capital of Peru. Many ethnic groups depend up...
Starting at $679.00+


The history of the Incan Empire, belongs to both Peru and Bolivia. Follow the route of the Incas from Lima to La Paz and see where these ancient peoples lived.
Starting at $5300.00+

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