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America del Sur is a land of history and mystery, with something for every traveler! For those who seek adventure, there are remote hikes to lost cities, as well as adventure activities such as rafting or mountain biking to make your heart bark. There are many opportunities to enjoy, such as a lujoso crucero por el río or a trip on a train, the opportunity to stay in some of the best hotels that Latin America has to offer, for those who enjoy the good things of life !


Peru and Machu Picchu

Peru offers beautiful scenary, rich culture and exotic world-class cuisine, by visiting Lima with the best restaurants in South America, Cusco with their impressive archaeological sites, and then head to one of the new 7 wonders of the world, Machu Picchu citadel, enjoying of luxury trains and outstanding hotels. From the mysterious citadel of Machu Picchu to the colorful wildlife of the Amazon rainforest, a sustainable and luxurious trip to Peru offers dramatic landscapes, rich culture and world-class cuisine.

In this beautiful and diverse country, you can visit lively Lima, the City of Kings, look for interesting wildlife in the humid Amazonian jungle, enjoy the highest navigable lake in Lake Titicaca and follow in the footsteps of the Incas at the incredible citadel of Machu Picchu!

Ecuador and Galapagos Islands

Along with visiting Peru, you can also connect the journey to the middle of the world “Ecuador” by visiting Quito, a place that holds a lot of history; and then head to one of the natural wonders in South America, the Galapagos Islands, where you can take the most luxurious yacht tours.

Named after the shape of the giant tortoise shells found here, the unspoiled Galapagos Islands offer an extraordinary and sustainable luxury travel experience, surrounded by dramatic scenery and truly unique wildlife, In vibrant Ecuador, there is much to see and do – shop in the famous Otavalo market, wander through picturesque Quito, enjoy the verdant Mindo cloud forest, and of course explore the Galapagos Islands and all of the unique wildlife you will find there.

Bolivia and the salt flat of Uyuni

Not far from Puno which shares Titicaca Lake, where one can also visit the Isla del Sol in Copacabana and the city of La Paz with its friendly people and magnificent places such as its squares, museums and churches steeped in history, leading you to embark on a journey deeper into the Salar de Uyuni.

The dramatic mountains and unspoilt landscapes of Bolivia offer a true adventure, with extraordinary scenery, a thriving indigenous population and a rich cultural history, Best known for the vast salt flats of Uyuni (and the incredible, surreal photos you can take there), has a lot more to offer as well – a chance to visit Tiwanaku, considered the cradle of civilization, as well as the Island of the Sun on Lake Titicaca, where the Inca Empire was born!