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Cusco
Cusco
Sacred Valley
Sacred Valley
Sacred Valley
Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires
Puerto De Iguazu
Puerto De Iguazu
Puerto De Iguazu
Puerto De Iguazu
Rio De Janeiro
Rio De Janeiro
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Explore Peru, Argentina & Brazil

Overview

Day 1: Lima – Arrival
Lima may be the political capital of Peru, but when it comes to gastronomy, it is one of the capitals of the world! Food is certainly going to be a theme during your stay in Lima that is for sure. On arrival in this culinary paradise, your private guide will be waiting at the airport to assist you to Lima´s Airport Hotel for check-in. Unearth the city's treasure trove of fantastic restaurants and bars at your leisure. Restaurants Astrid & Gaston or Central are just two of many in the city, which regularly rank among the top 100 in the world. Lima has some of the best eateries and food markets in Latin America, which you can explore while also taking in the history behind the streets, which house them.

Day 2: Lima – Half day Lima as a Local Excursion
Embark on a day of discovery, delving deep into the rich tapestry of Limeño history, where surprises await at every turn. Your journey begins with a visit to a bustling local market, a sensory delight where you'll have the chance to savour the Flavors of traditional fruits and immerse yourself in the vibrant local culture. From there, you'll step aboard the Metropolitano bus service, whisking you away to the heart of Downtown Lima. In the company of your knowledgeable private guide, you'll embark on a captivating exploration of the area's most iconic Colonial-era buildings. The Historic Centre of Lima stands as a testament to the city's storied past, serving as the seat of Colonial and Republican governments since its Spanish foundation in 1535, established atop an ancient indigenous urban centre. Until the mid-twentieth century, this district was the privileged residential enclave of the country's most influential families, lending an air of opulence and significance to the architectural marvels that grace its streets. Amidst the architectural and historical wonders, you'll enjoy a well-deserved respite with a Pisco Sour demonstration and tasting at the esteemed Cordano Bar. This venerable establishment, steeped in tradition, has played host to a veritable who's who of past Presidents, artists, writers, and politicians living testament to Lima's enduring cultural legacy. Following this authentic and invigorating experience, you'll be transported back to your hotel in the enchanting neighbourhood of Miraflores, reflecting on the captivating history and vibrant culture you've encountered during your day of exploration.

Day 3: Lima – Cusco
At the scheduled hour meeting and transfer to Lima airport to take your flight to Cusco Arrival in Cusco and transfer to your hotel There is just so much to see and do in and around Cusco that we almost don’t know where to begin! So, absorb some of the energy from the sacred apus because the capital of the ancient Inca Empire is probably the highlight of any trip to Peru. The puma-shaped “Navel of the World,” as its proud inhabitants know it, was the centre of the Inca universe. When the Spanish arrived, they literally tried to squash the city, constructing extravagant colonial buildings on top of central Inca sites. This has left an interesting mix of architecture, with bits of Inca wall blending with elaborate churches and red-tiled roofs. We think you will agree when we say that Cusco city centre is truly beautiful. Modern-day Cusco is still a mix of cultures. It has become a cosmopolitan hub for travellers who coexist with the local population. You can eat food from almost all over the world and speak to people from endless varying nationalities in one of the many bars on offer in Cusco’s vibrant nightlife. Or you can try any range of holistic therapies and ecological ventures just as easily as you can see people from local Andean communities – such as the colourfully dressed queros – going about their business. Cusco is the best base for a trip into the surrounding Sacred Valley, to the less visited ruins and the brightly painted churches of the southern valley en route to Puno, crop circles and Inca salt pans…the list of unforgettable experiences goes on. There is truly a wealth of culture on offer here!

Day 4: Cusco – Half day Walking city excursion
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 fruits 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. Afterwards, you'll visit Koricancha, which is considered a religious centre 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.

Day 5: Cusco - Sacred Valley
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, colourful fabric and accessories are found in abundance at the Pisac market in addition to pottery, jewellery, and other handicrafts. Then, you will visit the archaeological site of Pisac. You will go to the 'Tanqanamarca Cementery', where existed an estimated 10000 burials and to the 'Qantusraqay neighbourhood' area, for farmers. It is composed for rustic stone buildings built on the edges of the cliffs. Afterwards, 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 defences. 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.

Day 6: Machu Picchu Citadel
The citadel of Machu Picchu stands as the crowning jewel of the Sacred Valley, undeniably Peru's most cherished tourist attraction. Unveiled to the world in 1911 by the intrepid American explorer Hiram Bingham, this ancient fortress perches majestically above the profound Urubamba River canyon, earning acclaim as one of the planet's most extraordinary feats of landscape architecture. In an era where the Inca were revered as descendants of gods, this sanctuary was believed to be their celestial palace, a realm reserved solely for the chosen few among them. Every journey to Peru should undoubtedly encompass this iconic destination and marvel of the New World. Your adventure begins in Aguas Calientes, where a 20-minute bus ride transports you to the mystical realm of Machu Picchu Sanctuary. Here, under the expert guidance of a seasoned tour guide, you'll embark on an exploration of this awe-inspiring testament to Inca architectural brilliance. Following the guided tour, you'll have the opportunity to capture the magic through your lens during some free time before descending back to Aguas Calientes aboard the bus, concluding a day steeped in history and wonder. At Aguas Calientes, you will take your train back to Poroy. Upon arrival, a private transfer to your accommodation.

Day 7: Cusco – Lima
It is time to hit the road again as you make your way to your next destination where if you are planning to, you can enjoy exploring the beauty and culture of Peru further. Private transfer to the airport. Arrival in Lima and transfer to your hotel

Day 8: Lima – Buenos Aires
At the scheduled hour meeting and transfer to Lima airport to take your flight to Buenos Aires For most travellers, Buenos Aires is the entry point to Argentina... and what an entrance it is: this vibrant city feels almost European! Its cosmopolitan population of Italian, Spanish, French, and many other nationalities, combined with stunning architecture, cultural activities and attractive neighbourhoods with small shops, cafés, and international restaurants, make the atmosphere relaxed and welcoming. Arrival in Buenos Aires and transfer to your hotel

Day 9: Buenos Aires
On the Buenos Aires City tour, you will visit the most famous districts of Buenos Aires, discovering the history and modern life of this world-renowned city. The tour provides an in-depth introduction to its architecture, the culture of its people, its anecdotes, and secrets. To be put simply Buenos Aires is exceptional, dynamic, sophisticated, and overwhelming. An exquisite combination of a European atmosphere and the charm of Latin American cities. You will begin at the famous Plaza de Mayo, before venturing out to the old tango districts of Buenos Aires: Monserrat, San Telmo and La Boca. You will then move on to the busiest areas - Puerto Madero, Retiro and Plaza San Martin - and then, districts with wonderful green spaces and old residences: Palermo and Recoleta. You cannot travel through Argentina without knowing how to prepare a Mate and how to drink it. We developed this special local experience with explanation about the Mate culture, what it represents to Argentineans, how to prepare it, dos and don’ts, and you will receive your own package Mate produced sustainably. So, you will be ready to travel as a local! Located in the heart of San Telmo, this historical refurbished 'convention' is a classic example of the Buenos Aires culture. La Ventana takes you back to older times. The interior architectural style has been preserved and creates an ideal setting for a unique experience: 32 performing artists, two tango orchestras, a folklore ensemble, dancers and singers, a menu of traditional and international cuisine and an exquisite list of Argentinean wines.

Day10: Buenos Aires
Breakfast at the Hotel then Free at leisure for you to explore this vibrant city.

Day 11: Buenos Aires – Puerto De Iguazu
Today at the arranged time, you will be taken to the airport for your flight to Iguazu! Upon arriving to Iguazu, our local representative will be waiting for you to take you to your hotel. Today your day is free to spend at leisure. If your accommodation is located on the outskirts of the town, you can relax and enjoy the facilities of your accommodation. Alternatively, you can take a taxi to the centre of town where you can walk down the main street of Puerto Iguazu, enjoying some of the local shops and cafes.

Day 12: Iguazu
See Iguazu Falls in real style by taking a private full-day tour to the Argentinean side of these incredible cascades. You'll be picked up from your hotel in Puerto Iguazu and transferred to the Visitor Centre in the National Park, where the adventure really begins. From here, you can choose to hop on the train to Cataratas Station or set off along the scenic Green Trail that leads to be beginning of the Upper and Lower walkways. As you get closer and closer to the Falls, you'll begin to hear the deafening roar of these mighty cascades. It's heart-thumping stuff. The Upper Circuit leads through the jungle to the falls, guaranteeing you gorgeous views with every footstep and ending with a panorama of the Falls that will leave you speechless. Next, the Lower Circuit is a twisting 1600 meters of mist-swirled catwalks giving you great views from both below and around the base of the Falls. Just watch out for the spray! Afterwards, you'll set off for Garganta Station, where you'll come face-to-face with the mighty Devil's Throat, the largest and most powerful cascade in the area. It's a sight that will knock your socks off. Once you have finished the circuits, you must go back to the Visitors Centre where your transport will be waiting for your return.

Day 13: Iguazu – Rio De Janeiro
You'll be picked up from your hotel in Puerto Iguazu and transferred to the Visitor Centre in the National Park. On arriving to the Visitors Centre, you will board the panoramic buses to begin the tour of the park, before descending to the walking paths. From the first balcony, you´ll encounter views of the Argentinean falls. Then after 950 meters with stunning views over the Iguazu River, you will cross over to the Brazilian side. The walkway entering the river next to the Floriano Falls will give you a refreshing reception and a gorgeous panoramic view of the lower Iguazu River and the Devil´s Gorge Canyon. The elevator and the stairs lead to the shopping and restaurant area upstairs. After the excursion, you will be transferred to the Airport for your flight to Rio de Janeiro. Landing in Rio de Janeiro, a shuttle will take you to your hotel. Once you’ve settled into your accommodation in Rio de Janeiro, the rest of the day is free to explore some of our favourite local spots. Stroll along the long boulevards next to the beaches of Ipanema, Leblon and of course Copacabana while humming the song, ‘Girl from Ipanema’. Along the way, you’ll find plenty of huts selling delicious freshly squeezed juices and coconuts which will refresh you as you soak up the breathtaking cityscape of Rio de Janeiro and realize why the city is known as, ‘The Marvelous City’! Relax and watch the sunset at the beach before going out for dinner at one of the restaurants along the promenade. We recommend trying one of Brazil’s most famous and traditional dishes, feijoada carioca (stew of beans with beef and pork served with white rice and farofa) washed down with a refreshing caipirinha cocktail or a local beer…Brahma and Skol are our favourites! Following dinner, you can go back to your hotel to relax or go to one of the local samba bars to dance the night away!

Day 14: Rio De Janeiro
Departing from your hotel, this tour will take you to the most visited sights of Rio de Janeiro. First, you will enter through the National Park of Tijuca which brings you to the top of Corcovado Mountain, where the world-famous statue of Christ the Redeemer can be found. In 2007, the statue was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and standing at the base of the 124 ft. tall statue, you'll be treated to some truly amazing views over the city. Afterwards, you will go on an interesting tour in the heart of the historical city centre passing by old colonial buildings and charming cobbled stone alleys. The tour then heads to the famous Sugar Loaf Mountain where you will take a cable car. On this tour, you will also get to taste the most famous and traditional Brazilian drink as well as learn how to make a caipirinha!! The perfect end to a perfect day.

Day 15: Rio De Janeiro
Breakfast at Hotel – Today will be free at leisure for you to explore this amazing city.

Day 16: Rio De Janeiro
Breakfast at the Hotel – Today will be free at leisure.

Day 17: Rio De Janeiro – Departure
After breakfast, a private transfer to the airport to take your flight back home.

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  • Return flights from London
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  • 16 Nights Accommodation with daily breakfast
  • Transfers included throughout
  • Excursions as per itinerary
  • 2 Nights stay at Antigua Miraflores in Traditional Room with Bed & Breakfast | Lima
  • 2 Nights stay at Tariq Boutique Hotel in Standard Room with Bed & Breakfast | Cusco
  • 1 Night stay at Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu in Superior Room with Bed & Breakfast | Sacred Valley
  • 1 Night stay at Tariq Boutique Hotel in Standard Room with Bed & Breakfast | Cusco
  • 1 Night stay at Antigua Miraflores in Traditional Room with Bed & Breakfast | Lima
  • 3 Nights stay at 4* Dazzler by Wyndham Buenos Aires Palermo in Classic Room with Bed & Breakfast
  • 2 Nights stay at La Reserva Virgin Lodge in Jungla Room with Bed & Breakfast | Puerto De Iguazu
  • 4 Nights stay at Windsor Martinique Hotel in Superior Room with Bed & Breakfast | Rio De Janeiro
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Hotels
Hotel Antigua Miraflores - Lima
The Hotel Antigua Miraflores; an authentic introduction to Peru’s rich cultural heritage. Enjoy the elegance and character of a turn of the century mansion with all the comforts and amenities of a fine hotel and the warmth and charm of a colonial B&B. Tasteful decor, attention to detail, and our staff’s attentive and friendly service will make your stay with us, in the heart of cultural Lima, unforgettable.  Within walking distance of some of Lima's best restaurants and bars, the Hotel Antigua Miraflores, is the perfect home base to experience vibrant Miraflores.  Huaca Pucllana, Miraflores local ruins, the oceanfront board-walk that crosses over Larcomar, and El Parque de Amor, and Miraflores central park – Parque Kennedy – are a few of the must-see sights in Miraflores near the hotel.  Time-trapped colonial charm make the Hotel Antigua Miraflores a living historic art piece that guests can enjoy day and night.  A focus on authentic experiences will undoubtedly make you leave Lima, Peru with a great cultural and historic experience.
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  • 24-hour front desk
  • Free WiFi
  • Garden
  • Safe location
  • 24 hour room service
  • Air conditioned
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Tariq Boutique Hotel - Cusco
Hotel Tariq is a beautiful boutique hotel located in the heart of Cusco. At only 4 blocks from the Plaza de Armas, in the middle of the San Blas art district, Hotel Tariq offers beautiful views over the old Inca Capital. Our wonderfully restored 15th century building, the friendly personal service of our staff, our 17 comfortable rooms, and our impressive contemporary art collection all aim to help you make the most out of your stay in Cusco. In Quechua, Tariq means: “to find”; we hope may you find Tariq and the plaza San Blas to be the perfect base for your explorations of Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Our onsite concierge will gladly assist you in any of your travel needs, offering a guide to Cusco and beyond.
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  • 24-hour front desk
  • Free WiFi
  • Garden
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Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu
Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu offers accommodations in Cusco. Free WiFi and welcome drink is available throughout the property. Rooms here are fitted with a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a private bathroom with free toiletries and a safety deposit box. At Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu guests will find a 24-hour front desk, a restaurant, a bar and a snack bar. Other facilities offered at the property include luggage storage, laundry service and currency exchange service. The property is located right in front of Aguas Calientes Train Station. It is 20 m from BCP Bank and only a 5 minute walk from a bus stop from which buses depart towards Machu Picchu.  This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Machu Picchu! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.
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  • Spa
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  • Business Centre
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  • Airport transportation
  • Arcade/game room
  • Bar/lounge
  • Free breakfast
  • Free newspapers in lobby
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  • Free wired high-speed Internet
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  • Indoor pool
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  • 24 hour room service
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Dazzler by Wyndham Buenos Aires Palermo
Dazzler Buenos Aires Palermo is an urban-style hotel in the heart of Palermo Hollywood, the vibrant neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. It is located near the main points of interest, so you can fully enjoy the city. Outstanding services, personalized attention and an excellent location make this hotel the best option for accommodation in Palermo Buenos Aires.
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  • Business center
  • Free WiFi
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  • Rooftop terrace
  • 24 hour room service
  • Air conditioned
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La Reserva Virgin Lodge - Puerto De Iguazu
The Virgin Lodge Reserve was carefully built preserving the environment. In the 3 hectares of the facilities there are trees that are more than 400 years old and others that are protected because they are endangered species. Our Lodge represents an innovative and exclusive proposal to provide an excellent service that brings us closer to each passenger. Ideal for rest and adventure in the jungle of Misiones.
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  • 24-hour front desk
  • Car Park
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  • Rooftop terrace
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Windsor Martinique Copacabana Hotel - Rio De Janeiro
Windsor Martinique Copacabana is just steps from Copacabana Beach and Ipanema. In just a few minutes you will enjoy the most beautiful tourist attractions in all of Brazil and enjoy the best of this wonderful city. Ideal for those visiting the city for leisure or work, the hotel offers great options for those looking for an economical trip, without compromising the quality of service and comfort for which the Windsor Hotéis Network is renowned. The Windsor Martinique Copacabana Hotel offers 124 modern and cosy apartments.
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  • 24-hour front desk
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Things To Do
  • Lima: Lima may be the political capital of Peru, but when it comes to gastronomy, it is one of the capitals of the world! Food is certainly going to be a theme during your stay in Lima that is for sure.
  • Cusco: There is just so much to see and do in and around Cusco that we almost don’t know where to begin! So, absorb some of the energy from the sacred apus because the capital of the ancient Inca Empire is probably the highlight of any trip to Peru. The puma shaped “Navel of the World,” as its proud inhabitants know it, was the center of the Inca universe. When the Spanish arrived, they literally tried to squash the city, constructing extravagant colonial buildings on top of central Inca sites. This has left an interesting mix of architecture, with bits of Inca wall blending with elaborate churches and red tiled roofs. We think you will agree when we say that Cusco city center is truly beautiful
  • Machu Picchu Citadel: The citadel of Machu Picchu stands as the crowning jewel of the Sacred Valley, undeniably Peru's most cherished tourist attraction. Unveiled to the world in 1911 by the intrepid American explorer Hiram Bingham, this ancient fortress perches majestically above the profound Urubamba River canyon, earning acclaim as one of the planet's most extraordinary feats of landscape architecture. In an era where the Inca were revered as descendants of gods, this sanctuary was believed to be their celestial palace, a realm reserved solely for the chosen few among them
  • Buenos Aires: Vibrant city feels almost European! Its cosmopolitan population of Italian, Spanish, French, and many other nationalities, combined with stunning architecture, cultural activities and attractive neighborhoods with small shops, cafés, and international restaurants, make the atmosphere relaxed and welcoming.
  • Rio de Janeiro: First you will enter through the National Park of Tijuca which brings you to the top of the Corcovado Mountain, where the world-famous statue of Christ the Redeemer can be found. In 2007, the statue was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and standing at the base of the 124 ft
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