Rio de Janeiro, Iguassu Falls Brazil / Iguassu Falls Argentina, Buenos Aires, Lima, Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu.
Upon arrival, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. If the rooms are not available yet, you can go to the hotel pool or the beach. The hotel offers also nice restaurant Windsor Martinique Hotel in Copacabana Beach, 2 blocks from the beach.Afternoon – Tour of Corcovado Mountain. Rest of day at leisure to rest and enjoy the beach. Later tonight proceed for a delicious dinner overnight at Hotel Windsor Martinique Hotel
After a delicious breakfast proceed on an amazing tour of the city. – Tour of Sugar Loaf.Later tonight proceed for a delicious dinner overnight at Hotel Windsor Martinique Hotel
After an early breakfast you will be transferred to the airport for the
Flight to Iguassu Falls. Upon arrival, you will be met and transfer to the National Park for the tour of the falls on Brazil side. You will have time for lunch inside of the park.Later tonight proceed for a delicious dinner overnight at Hotel to Galli.
After an early breakfast,morning you will be met and transfer to Argentina for the tour of falls on Argentina side. After the tour you will be transfer to the airport for the flight to Buenos Aires. Evening – Tango Show at Carlos Gardel.
Later tonight proceed for a delicious dinner overnight at Hotel Waldorf Hotel.
After a breakfast, Morning – City Tour and transfer to the International airport for the flight to Lima, Peru.The tour starts in the historic Plaza de Mayo, scenery of resonant politic demonstrations. It is surrounded by the Government House, best known as the “Pink House”, which is the seat of the Executive Branch; the Cabildo and the Cathedral. We will take Avenida De Mayo, which starts in this square. That is one of the most interesting sets of buildings of the city, In the middle of this avenue, in Plaza de la Republica, the Obelisk arises as a symbol of the city. The visit continues towards San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. South wards, we reach the picturesque and colorful port neighborhood of La Boca with its famous street, “Caminito. The visit then goes on towards the modern and well-off district of Puerto Madero and to Palermo neighborhood with its elegant residences framed by wide green areas, reaching finally the district of Recoleta, the most sophisticated area in Buenos Aires.The tour will end at a restaurant where we will have lunch, before going to the airport for the flight to Lima. Later tonight proceed for a delicious dinner overnight at Hotel Allpa.
After a breakfast, Transfer to the airport and flight to Cusco. On arrival, meet and greet at the airport, transfer to hotel. Afternoon – City Tour of Cusco and Ruins – Regular tour We will start our Imperial Cusco city tour visiting the Sacsayhuaman Archaeological Park, an impressive fortress of colossal dimensions with rocks that are up to 4 meters tall and surrounded by beautiful views blending together perfectly. Then we will continue to explore Q'enqo, the Puma shrine, and see the sacrificial altar embedded inside a rock cave and Tambomachay and its sacred fountains of life. On the route, we will have a panoramic view of PucaPucará watchtower which guarded the city entrance. After this, we will visit the Korikancha temple, Inti God shrine, on which the Santo Domingo church was built. According to the chronicles, this temple was completely covered in gold in Inca times. Finally, we will go to the Main Square in order to visit the Cathedral and its valuable and beautiful colonial masterpieces such as The Cross which arrived along with the first conquers. End of the tour, return to the hotel. Dinner included at hotel. Overnight stay in Cusco. Later tonight proceed for a delicious dinner overnight at Hotel Los Portales.
After breakfast your guide will meet you at the hotel for the transfer to Sacred Valley. – Regular Tours .The Sacred Inca Valley welcomes us this day. We will stop at Awanacancha, a complex where we will be able to feed Andean camelid: the llamas and alpacas, and also a great opportunity to chat with the local people who will show us their weaving and dyeing of their traditional textiles. We will then go to the Colonial and Inca Pisac. Discover one of the most beautiful Inca archaeological sites of the Sacred Valley, strategically located on top of the mountain that dominates the Colonial town of Pisac. Free time to buy handicrafts and explore the town.Visit to the store of artist and sculptor Pablo Seminario. Later tonight proceed for a delicious dinner overnight at Hacienda Sacred Valley HoteRio
After breakfast, we will board the bus to go up the winding road to Machu Picchu, amid a spectacular view of the Urubamba River and its canyon. The Lost City of the Incas, Machu Picchu, will astonish us with its terraces, ceremonial shrines, steps and urban areas. Energy is all around us. After a guided visit, we will have lunch at one of the restaurants in the area. At the arranged time, we will return to Cusco by train and will be transferred to the hotel. Regular TourTonight dinner will be served at a local restaurant with folklore show. Later tonight proceed for a delicious dinner overnight atLos Portales Hotel in Cusco.
After breakfast Transfer to the airport to board flight back to Lima.
Upon arrival, you will be met by your local guide for a city tour of Lima. Private Tourwe will drive along the main streets, plazas and avenues of the city. We will start at the Lovers Park in Miraflores with a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean. Then, we will have a panoramic view of HuacaPucllana, a ceremonial center the ancient Lima culture. We will then continue to the Main Square, where we will find the Government Palace and the City Hall. We will visit the Cathedral and explore the Santo Domingo Convent, along which corridors San Martin de Porras and San Rosa de Lima used to walk around in 17th century, and where their remains rest today. Finally, the Larco Museum will be awaiting us. This is a mansion built on top of a pre-Columbian pyramid of the 7th century. There we will find treasures that have been exhibited in the most prestigious museums of the world and it is organized according to techniques. The storeroom and the unique display of erotic pottery of pre-Columbian times are the highlights. Farewell dinner the beautiful La Rosa Nautica Restaurant.
After dinner you will be transferred to the airport for the flight homeOr next day Morning‘
After breakfast at the hotel proceed to the airport (on your own) as your memorable tour comes to an end. Please do spare a few moments of your valuable time to write and share with us your wonderful experience. Request Check out Hotel at 6 pm, after Airport.
Brazil is the 5th largest country in the world. It occupies half of South America and it is different in language, customs, culture and environment from the other countries. Brazil’s climate ranges from temperate in the far south to tropical in the north. Seasons are reversed with the hottest months being December/March and the coolest May/August. It is the only country in S. America that has Portuguese as their language. Brazil was one of the first areas settled by the Europeans in the New World. Discovered by the Portuguese in 1500, it was colonize by Jews, Portuguese, Dutch and French as the first settlers and Germans, Polish, Italians, Koreans, Japanese in later years. All these cultures together with the slaves brought from Africa resulted in the most interesting and fascinating culture as the cuisine, music, dance, religion and art reflects this Afro-Portuguese-European melting pot heritage.
Land Package includes
Lima : is a sum of colors, textures and sounds. It is a cosmopolitan capital par excellence where the taste is acquired from the flavor offered by its street-side cooks frying anticuchos or soft picarones in syrup against a backdrop of colonial balconies, old houses, and churches with secret tunnels. Lima's Historical Center, was declared a World Cultural Heritage in 1988
Cuzco,the gateway to Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley, is surrounded by the wonders of nature and impressive architectural ruins. Due to its position as the capital of the Inca dynasty, Cuzco, 3,300 meters above sea level, is a showcase of several different cultures - pre-Inca, Inca, Colonial and Republican.
Cuzco was an administrative, military and holy city, similar to Mecca, and is now the oldest inhabited city of the Americas. As a result, many splendid styles of architecture are found here, reflecting the diversity of cultural influences on the city.
The beautiful Sacred Valley, known as Vilcamayo to the Incas, stretches out from Pisac to Ollantaytambo along the Urubamba River or "Sacred River". Standing guard over the two extremes of the Sacred Valley road, the ancient Inca citadels of Pisac and Ollantaytambo hang high above the stunning Río Vilcanota-Urubamba and are among the most evocative ruins in Peru.
Pisac is a small, pretty town just 30km from Cuzco. At the market of Pisac indigenous vendors gather dressed in colorful, traditional clothing to sell their produce to one another and their crafts to you.
The picturesque village of Ollantaytambo and its ruins are said to contain the most impressive Inca stonework anywhere in Peru and is overwhelmed by the great temple-fortress clinging to the sheer cliffs beside it.
Machu : Picchuis so wondrous that it almost defies description. Among the most impressive features of the once-vast Incan civilization were enormous temples, palaces, fortresses and public works, skillfully erected with a minimum of engineering equipment. Machu Picchu, a sacred site of the Incas, is now acknowledged as South America’s most spectacular site on the continent. Its remote location in nearly impassable terrain high above a river canyon cloud forest virtually guaranteed it would become the “Lost City of the Incas.” It remained lost and forgotten for 400 years, and to this day it retains an air of grandeur and mystery. The ruins are located in a lush jungle and are believed to have been built in the mid 15th century by Inca Pachacutec.
There is a place where Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina come together, the same place where the Iguassu River flows into the Parana River forming aseries of awe inspiring waterfalls in the middle of a forest, formed 150 million years ago. It does not seem to be scenery; it is more like a happening, something taking place here and now with the greatest urgency. The name Iguassu means “Great Water” in Tupi Guarani Indian Language. There are 19 large falls which can be better seen from the Brazilian side. The roar of its 260 cataracts, some of which reach a height of 250 feet can be heard 20 miles away. There are rainbows, bands of butterflies and birds, and all around you the air vibrates as thundering water dissipates into clouds and then, there is Iguassu Falls, with all its majesty with its immense semicircular formation measuring 2700 meters across and separating Brazil from Argentina.
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|Adult in Twin||USD 3200|
|Child(2-11yrs) with no bed||USD 1800|
|Child(2-11yrs) with bed||USD 2200|
|Single Occupancy||USD 3500|
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