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Wonders of South America | Peru – Argentina – Brazil

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Tour Details

The Iguazu Falls, located on the border of southern Brazil and northern Argentina, and the ruins of Machu Picchu, nestled in the cloud forest of Peru, have been difficult to combine into a quick South American tour — until now. These two highlights of South America are readily accessible with a flight direct from Iguazu to Lima.

Imagine yourself gazing upon the 275 waterfalls of Iguazu, and then exploring the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu — all within a week. Then finish this Iguazu Falls and Machu Picchu tour with a visit to Rio de Janeiro, the “Marvelous City” of Brazil.

Perhaps a one-of-a-kind fully-custom World Wonders of South America Tour or Iguazu Falls and Machu Picchu Tour just is not enough! If that is the case, consider adding on Easter Island on to your Machu Picchu Tour. Have even more time to spare? Also, see the similar Lost City and Cidade Maravilhosa on a tour that includes Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, and Brazil!

Arrival & Departure Location

Jorge Chavez International Airport (Google Map)

RIOgaleão – Tom Jobim International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Accommodation as per itinerary or similar to same standard
  • English speaking meets & greet on arrival
  • Full Board at the Amazon Lodge
  • Return Airport / Station Transfers
  • Entry fees as per itinerary
  • Child reduction rates are based on 1 child sharing existing bedding with parents
  • All currently applicable taxes for hotels and transport.
  • 24X7 local support.

Price Excludes

  • Any additional expenses incurred due to any flight delay or cancellation, weather conditions, political closures, technical faults etc.
  • Expenses of personal nature such as drinks, telephone, laundry bills etc.
  • Guides in other languages (available at an additional cost)
  • Any other service/s not specified above.
  • Any Monument & parks Entrance fee.
  • Medical & Travel Insurance
  • Tips and porter charges.
  • Camera fees.
  • Visa Service
  • Any Airfare
What to Expect

South America is very interested continent as it covers the major countries in the world. Lacs of travelers visit this place every year with maximum numbers to explore the beauty of oceans across the area and to explore the culture, living lives and scriptures present today.

Imagine yourself gazing upon the 275 waterfalls of Iguazu, and then exploring the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu — all within a week. Then finish this Iguazu Falls and Machu Picchu tour with a visit to Rio de Janeiro, the “Marvelous City” of Brazil.

Below are the some  of the most famous sightseeing to be included in the package :

  • Lima City Tour
  • Sacred Valley of the Incas Tour
  • Ollantaytambo Site Visit
  • Visit the highlight of Peru: Machu Picchu
  • Cuzco City Tour
  • Walk to the Plaza de Armas
  • Lguazu Argentine Falls Tour
  • Iguazu National Park Argentina
  • Seven Wonders of the World, the statue of Christ the Redeemer
  • Corcovado Mountain & the Tijuca Forest
  • Sugar Loaf Mountain
Itinerary

Day 1Arrival in Lima, Peru, Hotel Check-In & Enjoy City Tour

Welcome to Peru . Arrive in Lima, the “City of Kings” and the capital of Peru.

Meet your guide and driver at Jorge Chavez International Airport and take a transfer to your hotel.

Your tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your Lima hotel.

Explore the Peruvian capital on a half-day city tour. Visit its highlights and take in the quaint colonial buildings in the historic district. A clear mark of the Spanish rule can be seen in the churches and cathedrals, displaying delicate ornaments made with the gold taken from the local mines.

Day 2Morning Breakfast and Transfer to Sacred Valley & Tour

Rise early to transfer from Lima to Cuzco, the former Inca capital.

Take a full-day excursion to the plentiful and beautiful Urubamba Valley, known as the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Visit the colonial town of Pisac, famous for the colorful Indian market that takes place in the town.

Make a stop to delight yourself with some Peruvian cuisine at a local restaurant. The tour ends in Ollantaytambo, a charming little town and at the same time one of the most important Inca sites in Peru. Not only is it home to historical buildings and temples, but it also has spectacular terraced landscapes and open views to the Urubamba valley.

Spend the night at your hotel in the Sacred Valley.

Day 3Train to Machu Picchu & AguasCalientes

Today, you’ll visit the highlight of Peru: Machu Picchu. This Inca city dating back to the 15th and the 16th centuries conserves all its original traits since its location up on a mountain in the middle of a cloud forest kept it safe from the Spanish conquerors.

Take a train from the Sacred Valley to the small town of AguasCalientes, the closest one to the citadel. Check into your hotel and go to the bus station to begin your Machu Picchu tour. Walk through the stone walls, past steep agricultural terraces, and admire the jutting mountains rising in the distance.

Return to AguasCalientes in the late afternoon.

Day 4Free Day Machu Picchu Tour & Return to Cuzco

Today is a free day for you to explore the city on your own. You can choose between visiting the markets of AguasCalientes, explore Machu Picchu and tour the ruins on your own, or relax at the hot springs.

In the evening transfer back to Cuzco and check into your hotel.

Day 5 Full Day Cuzco City Tour

Wake up in Cuzco, meaning “navel of the universe” in Quechua. Inca architecture is still visible in many of the buildings in this city, as well as in the ruins on the outskirts, such as Sacsayhuaman. Spanish colonial architecture is also evident, even admits the modern shops, restaurants, and stores that have come to this city in recent years.

Make sure to allow yourself time to acclimatize to the altitude; Cuzco is located 3,400mtr (11,200 ft) above sea level. You can sip coca tea, relax in your hotel room, or purchase altitude sickness pills to help acclimate. Some 4* & 5* Cuzco hotels also offer oxygen supplementation in guest rooms. It is recommended that you avoid strenuous exercise and alcohol during your first night in Cuzco, to help your body adjust.

During your city tour, walk to the Plaza de Armas to see the Cathedral and the beautiful church of La Compañía. Also, visit Koricancha, which was the Temple of the Sun during Inca times but is now the Church of Santo Domingo. Head to Sacsayhuaman to learn about the Inca culture and enjoy a panoramic view of the city.

Day 6Travel to Foz do lguacu

Wake up in Cuzco, meaning “navel of the universe” in Quechua. Inca architecture is still visible in many of the buildings in this city, as well as in the ruins on the outskirts, such as Sacsayhuaman. Spanish colonial architecture is also evident, even admits the modern shops, restaurants, and stores that have come to this city in recent years.

Make sure to allow yourself time to acclimatize to the altitude; Cuzco is located 3,400 m (11,200 ft) above sea level. You can sip coca tea, relax in your hotel room, or purchase altitude sickness pills to help acclimate. Some 4* & 5* Cuzco hotels also offer oxygen supplementation in guest rooms. It is recommended that you avoid strenuous exercise and alcohol during your first night in Cuzco, to help your body adjust.

During your city tour, walk to the Plaza de Armas to see the Cathedral and the beautiful church of La Compañía. Also, visit Koricancha, which was the Temple of the Sun during Inca times but is now the Church of Santo Domingo. Head to Sacsayhuaman to learn about the Inca culture and enjoy a panoramic view of the city.

Day 7Lguazu Argentine Falls Tour

After breakfast at the hotel, you will start with the Iguazu Falls exploration – this time to the Argentine side. Explore its Iguazu National Park, which has an ecological train ride, and multiple catwalks and observation decks where you can view the waterfalls from multiple angles. Butterflies, plants, and animals are in abundance in this region, the lush subtropics of the Misiones Forest.

In the late afternoon, return to your hotel and rest.

Day 8Brazilian Lguacu National Park

The National Park comprises a total area of more than 185 thousand hectares and a length of about 420km (260 mi) – 300km (190 mi) of which are bordered by natural bodies of water. The Brazilian and Argentinean sides together comprise around 260,000 hectares. The National Park was created by federal decree on January 10, 1939, and became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986.

The National Park overlaps into Iguazú National Park in Argentina, showcasing one of the world’s largest and most impressive waterfalls. It extends over some 2,700 meters (8,900 ft)! Iguazú National Park is home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna, among them the giant otter and the giant anteater. Prepare to be misted by the waterfall, as you admire the lush vegetation. After exploring both sides of the falls, board a flight to Rio de Janeiro. Upon arrival, check into the hotel and take a well-deserved rest.

Day 9Arrival at Rio de Janeiro & Corcovado Tour

Arrive amd Enjoy what Rio de Janeiro has to offer. With its golden beaches, lush Atlantic Rainforests, friendly Cariocas (locals), and samba music, Rio de Janeiro is a unique and vibrant city. Visit the Christ the Redeemer, who keeps an eye on Rio from an elevation of 710 m (2340 ft). Board the trenzinho (cogwheel railway) up to the top of Corcovado Mountain for a bird’s eye view of the center of the city from the center of the city! The 38-meter statue is the image of the faith and friendliness of Cariocas. The monument was inaugurated on the day of Our Lady of Aparecida, 12 October 1931 by then President Getúlio Vargas and Cardinal Dom SebastiãoLeme.

The rest of the day is free for you to explore the city and its beaches.

Day 10Rio De Janeiro City Tour

The panoramic view from the top of the Sugar Loaf Mountain, at 1,296 ft (395 m) above sea-level, is breathtaking. Two sets of cable cars elevate you to the top of Sugarloaf. The first brings you to the top of Urca Mountain, and the second one brings to the summit with its 360º spectrum of golden beaches, green forests and a thriving metropolis that has earned Rio de Janeiro the title of the world’s most beautiful city. Sightseeing continues with a tour of Rio’s historical past. Learn how Portugal’s prince scandalously broke all family ties and declared himself Emperor of Brazil, and how Brazil had its civil revolution to be the republic it is today.

After the tour, take the time to relax at the beach or go shopping.

Day 11End of Itinerary - Departure from Rio, Brazil

After breakfast, Transfer to the airport. It’s time to depart South America and head back home with memories that will last for lifetime or to a new destination.

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