Alluring South America


DAY 1: LIMA.A warm A&K welcome and transfer to hotel.Accomodation Belmond Miraflores Park Hotel
DAY 2: LIMA.This morning touring begins at the Plaza Mayor, the official centre of the city. See the 16th Century cathedral, an architectural marvel, and the Presidential Palace before driving through modern Lima to the fascinating Larco Herrera Museum, which houses one of the largest private collections of pre-Inca ceramics in the world. 
Day 3: Lima - Sacred Valley.Fly* to Cusco and travel by road into the Sacred Valley, full of archaeological sites, Inca terraces and colonial churches. Visit Awanakancha, where South American camelids including llamas, alpacas, guanacos and vicuñas are bred. Learn about the renowned fibres created from their fleeces, as well as ancient weaving techniques which are still used today.Accomodation Hotel Sol y Luna
Day 4: Sacred Valley.This morning visit the massive fortress of Ollantaytambo, a formidable stone structure which was the site of the Incas' greatest victory against the Spanish. Continue to the Kuychi Centre, created to support the Children of the Rainbow project. Lunch today is at Hacienda Huayoccari. Afterwards head to the Inca market town of Chinchero. Visit the weaving workshop of Nilda Callañaupa Alvarez, a native of Chinchero, who has worked hard with local women to preserve the traditional Andean themes and techniques of weaving. Return to your hotel 
Day 5: Sacred Valley - Machu Picchu.Transfer to the Ollantaytambo train station and board the Vistadome train to Machu Picchu where a late morning arrival gives you time to begin your explorations of this breathtaking Incan citadel with your guide.Accomodation Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
Day 6: Machu Picchu - Cusco.Enjoy a hike with your guide. Later board the Hiram Bingham luxury train to Cusco with gourmet dinner included on board .Accomodation Inkaterra La Casona.
Day 7: Cusco.This morning enjoy a city tour which includes the Cathedral on the Plaza de Armas and the Santo Domingo Temple or Koricancha, a Dominican Church and convent built on the foundations of the Inca's principal religious building, dedicated to sun worship. You also visit the ruins of Sacsayhuaman outside of Cusco, a testimonial to Incan architectural skills. This ancient fortress where the greatest battle between the Spanish and Incas took place overlooks the red-tiled roofs of Cusco and spectacular countryside
DAY 8-10. Cusco-Buenos Aires.Our mid-day flight takes us to Buenos Aires, the mesmerizing capital of Argentina.Our time here is enlivened by stunning architecture, intriguing markets, amazing food, and, of course, the nation’s cultural passion – the tango. We’ll enjoy a memorable dinner and tango show, where you will relive the history of the tango in an environment that awakens your every sense. We conclude our morning with a private backstage tour of the Teatro Colon, the main opera house in Buenos Aires, considered to rival the beauty and acoustics of Milan’s La Scala.Accomodation Alvear Palace Hotel or Similar
Day 11: Buenos Aires - Iguazu Falls.Transfer to airport for your flight* to Iguazu, and to your hotel, an easy walk from the falls. Today explore the Brazilian side with your guide.Accomodation Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas
Day 12: Iguazu.Today is spent on the Argentine side of Iguazu Falls, where travellers get close up to the thundering torrent. Walk through the jungle to a catwalk for dramatic views
Day 13: Iguazu - Rio de Janeiro.Fly* to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil's party capital and transfer to your hotel. Afternoon is at leisure.Accomodation Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel
Day 14: Rio de Janeiro.Take in the sights this morning including a cable car ride up Sugar Loaf, Guanabara Bay and the city's legendary golden beaches. After a typical Brazilian BBQ lunch visit the Statue of Christ the Redeemer with time to explore the bohemian Santa Teresa with its colonial architecture and artist's studios
Day 14: Rio de Janeiro.Free day at Rio de Janeiro.
Day 16: Depart Rio de Janeiro.Your journey ends with a transfer to the airport

VIP Experience

Belmond Miraflores Park Hotel.Lima. Set in one of Lima’s most fashionable areas, the Belmond Miraflores Park takes you straight to the heart of all that's best about this great capital city.Renowned for its beautiful garden location beside the Pacific Ocean, it has breathtaking views out to sea.This luxury hotel combines personalised service, exceptional dining and indulgent facilities to create the perfect base from which to explore. Colonial architecture, superb museums with Inca gold and Pre-Columbian antiquities, and glamorous shops, bars and restaurants are all just moments from the hotel.
Hotel Sol y Luna. Set in charming bungalows with Peruvian decor, Sol & Luna Lodge Spa features a spa, a gym and a sauna. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi overlooking the Urubamba’s Valley. There is a restaurant.Decorated with traditional Andean themes, rooms at Sol & Luna are fitted with stylish furnishing. All of them have heating and private bathrooms
Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel. Stay at Inkaterra luxury Machu Picchu Hotel, your ultimate cloud forest vacation paradise, an intimate 81-casitas luxury hotel in sprawling Andean style village within the secluded 12 acres of exquisite beauty. Follow stone pathways along the terraced hills, melding with the sacred energy of the mountains. Indulge in Inkaterra’s spa services which use sublime natural essences. A first-class restaurant boasts stunning views of the rushing Vilcanota River.
Inkaterra La Casona.Cusco.Inkaterra presents the first Relais & Chateaux hotel in Peru (2010), an exquisite 16th century mansion meticulously restored.Inkaterra La Casona is a colonial manor house —perhaps the first Spanish construction in Cusco— centrally located on an Incan settlement near Cusco’s present-day main square, later occupied by the conquistadores of Peru and their descendants. Eleven suites surround a sumptuous courtyard, where the patina of time is tastefully preserved. Contemporary amenities create the ambience of comfort and exclusivity enjoyed by residents in centuries past.
Alvear Palace Hotel.Buenos Aires. The landmark Alvear Palace opened in 1932 as a luxury hotel for European visitors and continues to exude Belle Époque splendor. Located in the exclusive Recoleta neighborhood, which comprises elegant boulevards and leafy parks, the hotel has grand French-inspired public areas, with crystal chandeliers, velvet fauteuils and gilded-wood-paneled walls. Guest rooms, in Empire, Louis XV and Louis XVI styles, have butler service, fresh flowers and Hermès bath amenities. High tea, served in L’Orangerie, draws an elegant crowd. Upping the luxury quotient is the 8,600-square-foot Alvear Spa, a serene, light-filled space offering a range of wellness and beauty treatments, including the Radiant Treatment, designed by La Prairie especially for Alvear.
Belmond Hotel das Cataratas. The only hotel located within Brazil's Iguassu National Park, Belmond Hotel das Cataratas enjoys an unrivalled location just a short stroll from the sensational waterfalls.Enjoy exclusive access to this magnificent sight in the evening and at dawn, when the park is closed to other visitors.A Portuguese-colonial residence, this classic luxury hotel is redolent with the atmosphere of lazy days lounging on a veranda or beneath sub-tropical palms.This natural paradise also offers thrills and excitement in abundance: helicopter trips over the gorge and jungle treks to view amazing wildlife including colourful toucans and giant butterflies.
Belmond Copacabana Palace. Rio De Janaerio.This glamorous landmark is pre-eminent among the best hotels in Rio de Janeiro.Since its Art Deco doors swung open in 1923, Belmond Copacabana Palace has been welcoming the rich and famous.A truly iconic city-centre hotel, Copacabana Beach only a heartbeat away, this is the best place to stay in Rio. Soak up the sun in the magnificent pool or join Brazil’s style setters at the Piano Bar. And don’t miss the hotel’s top restaurants, whether for great local dishes or fine Italian dining at the Hotel Cipriani Restaurant.

Package Details

A multitude of attractions awaits the traveller in these three fascinating counties. From the dramatic scenery and ancient Inca ruins of Peru to the Latin sophistication of Buenos Aires and the impressive Iguazu Falls. Your journey ends in captivating Rio de Janeiro, one of the most scenic and exciting cities in the world. 
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Lima
  • 2 Nights Accommodation In Sacred valley
  • 1 Nights Accommodation in Machu
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Cusco
  • 3 Nights Accommodation in Buenos Aires
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Iguazu
  • 3 Nights Accommodation in Rio de Janerio
  • Daily Breakfast & Lunch as per itineary. Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
  • Sight Seing as per itineary
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included
When to Visit: Generally, May through October is the dry season; November through April is the rainy season, and the wettest months are January through April. Peru's high season for travel coincides with the driest months: May through October, with by far the greatest number of visitors in July and August. May and September are particularly fine months to visit much of the country. 

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