South America Hotspots
It’s no secret that South America is an incredible destination to visit, home to a variety of unique countries, rich history and incredible landscapes. When a region is as big and as vast as South America it can be hard to decide on where to go and what to do. We’ve done the hard work for you, here’s a selection of our South America tours for 2020.
Home to one of South America’s most famous landmark, Machu Picchu, it’s hard to say no to a trip to Peru! But it’s not just Machu Picchu that you’ll want to see in this fascinating country. It’s the rich history of the Incan Empire that is ever so present today, the infectious personalities of the locals, the ancient ruins of the Sacred Valley and Cusco, the awe-inspiring Colca Valley, the waters of Lake Titicaca, and the picturesque ‘white city’ of Arequipa… our list could go on and on!
So, if you have a keen interest in the world’s history, have an open mind, are ready to delve into the Peruvian culture, and see some pretty spectacular scenery along the way, our Peru small group tours are for you.
Be swept away in a world of color, vibrant personality and some incredible natural beauty in Argentina and Brazil. Bustling cosmopolitan cities are bursting at the seams with personality as locals lead their day to day lives, city streets buzz with activity and local restaurants plate up delicious meals. Escape the city and head straight for the rainforest to see the thundering waterfalls of Iguazu Falls before getting up close and personal with the birds of Parque das Aves. Or head to the country for horseback riding, or the beach to soak up the sun.
This one’s for the nature and the culture lovers. Mingle with the locals and share a moment of connection, delve into new experiences with arms wide open, and make fond memories that last a lifetime.
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