Brazil, Rio de Janeiro - 2 to 4 days
Rio de Janeiro is without a doubt one of the world’s most impressive cities. Spend your days going between jungle-covered mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, while taking in the picturesque views and exuberant cultural life. Take a day visit to the Mount Corcovado and take a picture of the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue, head on over to Sugarloaf Mountain or take a day trip outside Rio to Buzios or Angra dos Reis.
Chile, Santiago de Chile - 2 days
Santiago has developed a reputation as a calm and clean city, with a good quality of life. A Visit the different districts, museums, and parks, its ski resorts, world-class wineries, and the Pacific ports of Valparaíso and Viña del Mar.
Chile, Atacama Desert - 3 days
Experience the famous Flamencos National reserve, the breathtaking Moon Valley, the blue waters of the Altiplanic Lagoons, the Tatio Geysers, and end your day relaxing in the Puritama Hot Springs.
Chile, Easter Island - 3 to 4 days
One of the most isolated places on earth, but with a most remarkable open air museum, Easter Island holds claim to a vast treasure of ancient artifacts, sophisticated religious architecture, statues, roads, towers, great stone quarries and the mysterious giant Moais statues.
Chile, Torres del Paine - 2 to 4 days
Torres del Paine National Park offers visitors the chance to commune with nature in an awe-inspiring setting. For tourists who like to travel in style a first-class all-inclusive service is offered to visit the most beautiful locations in the area. For those seeking adventure, Torres del Paine offers one of the best hiking locations in the world.
Costa Rica - 6 to 7 days
Synonymous with “adventure,” Costa Rica offers its visitors the chance to go whitewater rafting, rappel over immense waterfalls, tour the lava flows the Pacific beaches of Tortuguero National Park, home to turtles, monkeys, iguanas, sloths, toucans, and parrots. The Cloud Forest Reserve in Monteverde, the Volcano Arenal and the Manuel Antonio National Park sandy beaches and dolphins.
Ecuador, Galapagos Islands - 3 days + 1
Explore the Galápagos National Park. Snorkel with the sea lions and sea turtles, make friends with the iguanas, and gain a deeper understanding of the unique ecosystem of the Galápagos , that has enchanted explorers since the days of Darwin.
Guatemala - 5 to 6 days
Experience the Spanish colonial history amidst the urban atmosphere of the cities, visit the city of Antigua, tour the breathtaking Lake Atitlan and Lake Panajachel, discover Mayan Indian villages and ruins hidden away in Tikal. Flores and Peten.
Peru, Highlight Machu Pichu - 4 days
Experience Machu Pichu, the highlight of Peru, where you can take a glimpse into the past culture of the Incas. Enjoy Lima, historical city center, beautiful colonial architecture declared by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to be a World Heritage site and Cuzco, the “Archaeological Capital of South America," the biggest tourist attraction in Peru and also the first step on a journey to visit the mystic and enigmatic Machu Picchu City, the Sacred Valley, Aguas Calientes, the start of the Inca Trail.
Peru y Bolivia, Titicaca and Puno - 3 nights
Experience two full days exploring the ethereal lake islands and the ancestral homes built upon them. From here it’s just a short cruise to the Bolivian Copacabana and Sun Island.
Uruguay, Highlights Montevideo, Colonia, Punta del Este.
A day visit to Colonia, UNESCO World Heritage site, a charming small town with cobblestone streets . Punta del Este, La Paloma, and Jose Ignacio are known around the world as some of the most exclusive resorts in all of South America. They feature popular beaches and resorts, beautiful residential gardens, high end hotels, intimate beaches and lodgings with a rustic charm, fine restaurants and dazzling nightlife.