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19 Day Inspiring South America Small Group Tour

19 Day Inspiring South America Small Group Tour
19 Day Inspiring South America Small Group Tour
$5,099 USD

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with only a $99 deposit pp
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$6,085 USD
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✓ Incredible sightseeing, including the Inca treasure Machu Picchu, the Peruvian Amazon jungle, both sides of thundering Iguazu Falls, islands of Lake Titicaca, glamorous Buenos Aires and vibrant Rio de Janeiro
✓ Small, intimate group experience – no more than 20 people
✓ All internal flights, coach, rail and boat transportation
✓ 18 nights in quality accommodation, including 2 nights at a stunning eco-friendly Peruvian Amazon lodge
✓ Two days exploring Peru’s Amazon Jungle
✓ Fully escorted by an expert, English-speaking guide in each country (excluding on internal flights)
✓ Breakfast daily, 4 lunches and 2 dinners
✓ Option to add Galapagos Islands with our 26 Day Inspiring South America & Galapagos Small Group Tour

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Discover the heart and spirit of South America on this far-reaching adventure through Argentina, Brazil and Peru. This trip ticks off bucket list items – spectacular Iguazu Falls, the Incan treasure Machu Picchu and a two-night Amazon rainforest adventure in the comfort of an eco-friendly, community-owned jungle lodge. Visit indigenous communities on the islands of Lake Titicaca and experience the soul of Buenos Aires, the carefree flair of Rio de Janeiro and the fascinating ruins of the Sacred Village.

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