WONDERS OF SOUTH AMERICA-from $ 3037
 
 

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  Visit a selection of distinctly different countries on this magnificent 14-day Regional Discovery vacation to South America. The journey begins in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where you enjoy a visit to Sugar Loaf Mountain, a drive along the famous Ipanema and Copacabana Beaches, plus a scenic cog railway ride to the top of Corcovado Mountain. A flight to Iguassu Falls leads you to the magnificent panorama of 275 waterfalls. Then it's on to Buenos Aires, Argentina, the "Paris of South America." You have plenty of time to visit quaint neighborhoods and cafés, as well as the Metropolitan Cathedral and the burial site of Eva Peron. The tour continues to Montevideo, Uruguay, the capital and only large city sprawls along the banks of the Río de la Plata, almost directly opposite Buenos Aires. It's a picturesque place of colonial Spanish, Italian and Art Deco styles. A scenic flight over the Andes takes you to Santiago, the capital of Chile. Step back into the 16th century as your local guide traces the city's history and heritage. The journey ends with time on your own in Santiago.  
   
  ITINERARY:
Rio de Janeiro -Iguazu Falls –Buenos Aires – Montevideo – Santiago
  NUMBER OF DAYS: 14 Days / 13 Nights
  TRAVEL BY: December-10-14
  BOOK BY: July-31-14
  DEPARTURE DATE: Everyday
   
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  • 3 Nights in Rio de Janeiro at Savoy Othon Hotel
  • 2 Nights in Iguazu Falls at Continental Inn
  • 3 Nights in Buenos Aires at Regis Hotel
  • 2 Nights in Downtown at Urban Express
  • 3 Nights in Downtown at President Hotel
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  • Daily Breakfast
  • Half Day guided tour of Corcovado Christ
  • Half Day guided tour of the Brazilian Side of the Falls
  • Half Day guided tour of the Argentinean Side of the Falls
  • Half Day guided city tour of Buenos Aires
  • Half Day guided city tour of Montevideo
  • Half Day guided city tour of Santiago
  • Full Day guided tour of Vina del Mar and Valparaiso
  • Transfers throughout the itinerary
  • All fuel surcharges, air and hotel taxes are included.
  • English speaking guides & representatives

    Note: Airfares between Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls, Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Santiago are included only when priced along with the international

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    Day 1: Rio de Janeiro
    Upon arrival our representative will meet and escort you to the hotel. Balance of day at leisure.

    Day 2: Rio de Janeiro
    Brazilian Breakfast. We will pick up at your hotel at 7:30am (Approx).We will pass through Rio`s beaches: Ipanema and Copacabana. And visit Sambodromo and pass in front of the Maracanã Stadium. Then, we arrive at Cosme Velho neighborhood where we go to largest urban forest in the world. Reaching the summit of Mount Corcovado, by bus ,Then we can see the Christ the Redeemer, one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World Just as an overview of the city of Rio da Janeiro.

    Day 3: Rio de Janeiro
    Brazilian Breakfast.Days at leisure to explore this fascinating city or relax on the beach. We suggest to take some of our “Optional tours from Rio” . (B)

    Day 4: Rio de Janeiro - Iguazu Falls
    Breakfast. Transfer to the airport to take your flight to the amazing, awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls, located at the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. The Falls are one of nature's most impressive achievements-the locals call them "Big Waters," but you'll call them simply unforgettable as you explore the Brazilian side of Iguazu . Comprising a spectacular display of 250 giant cascades twice the height of Niagara Falls, Iguazu Falls plunges over hard granite to a gorge 260 feet below. Nature's incredible power is revealed in the thunderous roar of crashing water, and in the magic of the rainbow-colored mist that rises from the cliffs. This is a chance to see a Wonder of the World first-hand. Meeting, assistance and transfers to your hotel. In the afternoon enjoy a walking tour to the Brazilian side of the falls for a panoramic view. (B)

    Day 5: Iguazu Falls
    Breakfast. Today, your adventure begins with a tour visiting the Argentina side of the Falls They are located inside Iguazu National Park, one of the first protected natural areas in America, declared Natural Patrimony of Humankind by Unesco. We will walk through the Inferior and Superior paths admiring the breathtaking 275 cascades which spread across a gulf of nearly 2 miles and pour past lush tropical vines as they crash into the waters below, paths which lead along the lush Tropical Basin to the spectacular “Devil’s Throat”. (B) Note: Wear comfortable shoes and since there's a good chance the mist from the falls will settle on your clothing and make it damp, so be sure to bring extra clothes and a lightweight jacket.

    Day 6: Iguazu- Buenos Aires
    Breakfast. Our representative will pick you up at your hotel and transfer you to the airport at the indicated time for your flight to Buenos Aires. Upon arrival you will be met and escorted to your hotel. Balance of day free. (B)

    Day 7: Buenos Aires
    Breakfast. Morning city tour includes visits to the beauty and wonders of Buenos Aires, view the National Congress, The Metropolitan Cathedral next to the Government House in may square area. Admire the Colon Theater, one of the most important opera houses in Latin America. Visit San Telmo, traditional neighborhood where Tango performances can be seen in many bars and restaurants. Stop at La Boca colorful neighborhood, which was, seat of immigrants - manly Italians - and now home of some artists. Enjoy Palermo, an area that combines its architecture and history with entertainment and amusement in its green spaces. Finally, La Recoleta, an exclusive and elegant neighborhood where the famous cementery is found. Although it may seem unusual, fashionable restaurants, bars, cafes, discos and a cinema complex also surround the area. Afternoon at leisure. (B)

    Day 8 : Buenos Aires
    Breakfast. Day at leisure to stroll the districts of Recoleta, Palermo, La Boca, Florida street and Puerto Madero. We suggest to take some of our “Optional tours from Buenos Airesl” . (B)

    Day 9: Buenos Aires – Montevideo
    Breakfast. Today you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Montevideo. Upon arrival you will be met and escorted to your hotel. Balance of day free. (B)

    Day 10: Montevideo
    Breakfast. Today you will take the city tour which includes a visit to the “old” city: Constitution Square, with its Cathedral Hall. Pass by the Solis Theatre, Independence Square where the Artiga’s Monument and its Mausoleum stands. (Uruguay’s National Hero). Continue to the main commercial street, the “18 de Julio” to the Congress Building. Next on the “Prado” with its famous Rose Garden and the “La Diligencia” (Stage Coach). Continue to Montevideo Hill for a sight of Montevideo Bay and to se the Old Colonial Fortress. Move then to the Batlle and Ordonez Park, passing by the Obelisk, and see “La Carreta” (Covered Wagon). You will also see the residential are of Carrasco and the city’s chain of beaches. (B)

    Day 11: Montevideo - Santiago
    Breakfast. Today you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Santiago. Upon arrival you will be met and escorted to your hotel. Balance of day free. (B)

    Day 12: Santiago de Chile
    Breakfast. Today your half – day tour begins driving along the avenues of the downtown area across the beautiful Forest Park, the Bella Vista district, the art centre of Santiago and the San Cristobal Hill, a beautiful park located at the foot of the Andes range. A great variety of vegetation will be seen along the way until we get to the top of the hill, where the monument to the Virgin Inmaculada Concepción stands. From this place we get panoramic views of the city of Santiago.Continuing our way along this mountain range, we arrive at the new urban area of La Piramide. Highligths are the districts of Santa María de Manquehue, Lo Curro and La Dehesa. As we drive along the canyon of the Mapocho River, the village of Arrayán may be seen on the hillsides and we are surrounded by a beautiful landscape and snow-capped peaks until get to Las Condes district, excellent shopping centre for handicrafts and fine clothes. Return to the hotel. (B)

    Day 13: Vina del Mar
    Breakfast. Travel out of Santiago past the vineyards, farms, orchards and olive plantations of Curacavi and Casablanca valleys. At the coast, drive along the beaches of Las Salinas and Reñaca to Viña del Mar, a town Chileans refer to as Ciudad Jardín (Garden City) due to its parks, flower beds and gardens. The beach is the resort’s main draw, and visitors and locals alike make use of Costanera Avenue and the oceanfront promenade in the shadows of the imposing Casino Municipal. Follow España Avenue to neighboring Valparaíso, a port christened by the Spanish in 1536. Climb up, down and around these narrow twisty streets the city is balanced on some 40 hills and pause at the water front to watch the ships, boats and fishemen in the bay. The tour proceeds to the heart of the city, the Plaza Sotomayor, a pleasant sanctuary, opposite the Maritime Authority. Inside the plaza is the Monument to the heroes of Iquique, a memorial for those killed during the War of the Pacific. Just beyond this is Muelle Prat, the pier complete with small crafts market. Lunch (not included) can be at one of the many restaurants that border the beach; the perfect opportunity to sample the port’s famously fresh fish and seafood. At the afternoon, visit La Sebastiana, another of poet Pablo Neruda’s homes-turned-museums, ride one of the city’s many elevators, an effective mode of moving about this largely vertical port back at the turn of the century. Ascendor Artillería, built in 1898, is one of the oldest still in operation and offers a beautiful view of the ocean. Finally, enjoy a drive through the financial and commercial districts before setting out for Santiago through the Curacavi Valley, where traditional Chilean sweets and snacks are for sale.Return to the hotel in Santiago(B)

    Day 14 : Santiago - USA
    Breakfast. Our representative will pick you up at your hotel and transfer you to the airport at the indicated time.(B)

     
       
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    Vist 4 Countries in South America:
    Argentina
    Brazil
    Uruguay
    Chile

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