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Argentina, Rio and Iguazu Falls

Argentina, Rio and Iguazu Falls

The legendary fizz of Argentina and Brazili’s not simply infectious but possessive. Our tour will have you wriggling and jerking to the smooth, seductive beat of South America in no time.

No doubt, the only way to immerse in the sizzling spirit of flamboyant Buenos Aires is to express yourself! Tears, laughter, passion and love, they all become one on the dance floor. The spectacle of the great domes looming over the patriotic sculptures and époque fountains are the only thing you want. If you’re looking to celebrate, then nowhere does it better than this beautiful metropolis. South America's got soul…lots of it.

When tired of partying, there is plenty to blow your mind at Iguazu Falls! Discover one of nature’s greatest wonders as you behold the haunting sight of a rainbow stretching its transparent rays over the world’s largest waterfall system. Taller than Niagara Falls and twice as wide, Iguazu Falls, named a UNESCO site, claimed another title as one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature.

There is no better way to describe the magic of the enchanting Brazilian city of Rio then with the words of composer Andre Filho; Rio de Janeiro is a land that seduces all. As you make your way into the Wonderful City, watch the towering Corcovado Mountain adorned with Christ that looks like he is welcoming to the fiesta below- a clear sign from above that its time to join the party!

from C$2199*

Highlights of Colombia

Highlights of Colombia

This tour involves your visits to Bogota, Coffee Cultural landscape and Cartagena

Enthral yourself in the capital district of Colombia and the country's most populated city, Bogotá. Also known as the most influential in the political, financial, educational, and cultural city in the country. 

The capital district founded on August 6, 1538, originally named Santa Fe by the ‘Conquistador’ Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada who arrived in pursuit of ‘El Dorado’ gold legend and defeated the native Chibcha in Bacatá, which meant capital of the Zipa confederation. Today, Bogotá is a modern city with a bubbling cultural scene and a vibrant social life.

Upon your arrival in Bogotá, you will be whisked off to BH Bicentenario Hotel, a 4-star property line for your two nights' stay. 

Your next stop is the- “Coffee Zone”. Upon your arrival in Pereira, you will get transferred to a 4-star hotel Casa San Carlos Lodge as to be your humble abode for the next two nights. 

Here you'll discover that the coffee-growing zone is a geographic area that includes three Colombian departments: Caldas, Risaralda and Quindío, with their corresponding capital cities of Manizales, Pereira, and Armenia. Although, the departments have a common coffee culture, its beautiful landscapes, and the friendliness of their people. 

Each city has its own characteristics: Manizales stands-out for its cultural life and its grand Annual Festival, Armenia as the heart of the region, and Pereira with its commercial activity, gastronomy, and the vibrant nightlife.

The coffee’s sole commercial activity drove the three departments to become a single region where landscapes vary in shades of green due to coffee plantations, clusters of banana trees and guadua; other bright colors seen in the region, such as in orchids, heliconias, hummingbirds, parrots, and rare butterflies at the National Park ‘Los Nevados’, and also in the beautiful architecture of towns like Salento or Filandia.

Last but never least, you'll move on to the final destination and the colonial jewel of Colombia, Cartagena. And for the last two nights of your tour, you will be staying at a 4-star Tcherassi hotel & spa.

Cartagena is known as Colombia's most popular destination, founded in the year 1533 by Spanish Conquistador Don Pedro de Heredia as “Cartagena de Indias”. This incredible colonial city rapidly became the gem of the Spanish Crown’s territories, and to protect it from continuous attacks by pirates, the largest wall fortress in America got built around it.

Cartagena stores Colonial, Republican and Italian architectural treasures in its residential, commercial, religious, military and governmental constructions. To be declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its colonial walled city, a simple walk through its cozy narrow streets is enough to understand why!

from C$2299*

Marvels of Santiago and Atacama

Marvels of Santiago and Atacama

Located in the central valley, the Chilean capital of Santiago boasts a landscape consisting of snow-capped mountains and the shimmering shores of the Pacific. Given its proximity to snow and sea, it’s not uncommon for people to try skiing and surfing in the same day (if you’re adventurous enough!). An exciting city tour of the area will take you to the renowned Plaza de Armas, a hub for trade and meet-ups, as well as the famous Cathedral and Post Office situated within the main square.

Santiago is also a perfect stepping stone for exploring other nearby areas such as Viña del Mar and Valparaiso. Valparaiso is a World Heritage Site with a colorful history running through its core, while Viña del Mar has been dubbed the “Garden City” for its plethora of green spaces. After visiting these idyllic cities, you’ll commence the first of your many winery tours at the Concha y Toro winery in Pirque, a short drive from Santiago.

On the last leg of your trip, visit the Atacama and move towards one of the most important archaeological sites of the area. Get to visit  Pukará de Quitor, a Pre-Hispanic stone fortress constructed by the indigenous that dates back to the 17th-century along with what is known as the “Culture of San Pedro” at the village of Tulor and many more places to explore before you fly back home. 

from C$2499*

Wonders Of Ecuador And Galapagos

Wonders Of Ecuador And Galapagos

With timeless rural villages backed by mighty volcanoes and clear, azure waters teeming with sea lions, sharks, and sea turtles, the Galápagos Islands and mainland Ecuador are two destinations you don’t want to miss out ever! Wander through the tangle of Quito’s ancient streets, visit beautiful local towns such as Otavalo, and island-hop within the wildlife-life rich Galápagos Islands!

Straddling the equator and home to a hodgepodge of diverse landscapes (from thick Amazon jungle to boulder-strewn Andean highlands and the beautiful Galápagos Islands), Ecuador is one of South America’s must-sees. 

Quito is the country’s capital, nestled up high in the Andean foothills at a whopping 2,850 meters in altitude. Built on the foundations of an ancient Incan city, you expect Quito to be a living, breathing historical treasure trove; its 16th and 17th-century churches, Moorish-style structures, and well-preserved colonial center are certainly a nod to its historical heritage. 

After wandering Quito and visiting the Equator Monument to the north, you’ll venture to Mindo (nestled in the Ecuadorian rainforest) and then to indigenous Otavalo (a town fringed by volcanoes). Sample Mindo’s local chocolate, feed bird-sized butterflies at the nursery and then tour Otavalo’s handicraft market. 

Continue the tour with visits to other quaint towns and villages such as Cotacachi, Peguche, hot springs at Papallacta and finally visit the snow-capped active Stratovolcano of Cotopaxi before heading back to Quito.

Next, you’ll be whisked off to the paradisiacal Galápagos Islands – a volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean lying 1000 km off the coast of Ecuador. The islands are unparalleled in beauty and considered one of the best places in the world for wildlife-viewing. 

Visiting Isla Baltra first, a small, flat and arid island brimming with prickly pear cacti, you’ll then make your way to the island of Santa Cruz, home to the Charles Darwin Research Station, giant tortoises, sea turtles, and marine iguanas. Its natural harbor, Academy Bay, offers ample opportunity for swimming and snorkeling within crystal-clear waters. 

And after combing the Santa Cruz highlands for enormous tortoises and snorkeling within azure waters, fall in love with the island of San Cristóbal (geologically speaking, one of the oldest of the Galápagos archipelago) and Isla Lobos, where sea lions, blue-footed boobies and Frigatebirds roam, before making your way back to mainland Ecuador for a night.

from C$3699*

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