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Explore the charming city of Buenos Aires, tick off Igassu Waterfalls from your bucket list, tread the path of the Incas in Machu Pichu and discover more than five thousand years of Peruvian history in Lima and Puno…a South American adventure that you’ll remember!

Day 1: Arrive Buenos Aires

Arrive in Buenos Aires and transfer to the hotel. Get acquainted with the city on a guided tour that features all the magic of Argentina’s capital city, also known as the Paris of South America. You will start by visiting the glamorous neighbourhood of Recoleta and its most famous cemetery, Palermo. Then you will make your way through May Square and the Pink House, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the newest and trendiest Puerto Madero Area and many other emblematic buildings and palaces of unique architectural, historical, and cultural value. The visit would not be complete without the sights of the first settlements of the city of Buenos Aires. You will drive through the charming streets of San Telmo, residence to the porteño aristocracy until the end of the XIX century and where the renowned antiques market is held every Sunday, and down the colorful roads of La Boca, famous for its multicolor tin houses. In the evening, consider dinner and a Tango show at the popular Café de los Angelitos.

Spend the night in Buenos Aires.

Day 2: Tigre Delta Navigation

Take a day trip to Tigre Delta. This tour will offer the passengers a different way to explore and enjoy the nature, very close to the city. On the way north to Tigre, which is about 30 km away from Buenos Aires, and one of the biggest Deltas in the world, you will go through one of the most beautiful accesses downtown, passing by residential suburban neighbourhoods with their calm narrow roads, yacht clubs and mansions. Departing from Tigre’s pier, on board a typical island launch, the green labyrinth of channels and streams will open its doors to let you explore the nature of its islands, enjoying the views of beautiful riverside villas, Victorian docks, English gardens, and traditional rowing and boating clubs.

Return to Buenos Aires for an overnight stay.

Day 3: Buenos Aires to Iguassu

After breakfast, transfer to the international airport to take a flight to Iguassu. Arrive at Iguassu and transfer to the hotel. After checking-in to the hotel, drive down to the Argentinian side of the Iguassu falls. The tour involves a drive down to the Tancredo Neves Bridge over the Iguassu River, which separates the border between Argentina and Brazil. Once in Argentina, take a scenic highway up to the Argentine Iguassu Park, from where you can visit the Argentinean Falls at Porto Canoas, the access point to the awe-inspiring Devil’s Throat, largest of the Argentinean Falls, including the San Martin Falls. On the way back from the falls you can stop at ‘Three Borders’, the point where Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay meet.

Spend the night in Iguassu.

Day 4: Iguassu

After breakfast, take a tour to the Brazilian side of the Iguassu falls. The tour starts with a visit to the Main Center of the park, where you will have the opportunity to get some information about the local ecosystem. The tour includes walking time through the most important track of the park, where you can enjoy an astonishing view of the waterfalls. From the local belvedere, you will be able to view both parks of the waterfalls. Return to the main point via the panoramic elevator.

Spend the night in Iguassu.

Day 5: Iguassu to Lima

Transfer from the hotel to the airport and take the flight to Lima. At Lima, transfer to the hotel. Check-in to the hotel and spend the night in Lima.

Day 6: At Lima

Take a half-day city tour of Lima. The tour includes a visit to the modern and colonial parts of the city of Lima, the ‘City of Kings’, starting in the districts of Miraflores and San Isidro, including an overview of the impressive Huaca Huallamarca.

The tour later takes you to the Historic Centre, for a visit to the Santo Domingo Convent, a World Heritage Site, where the remains of our patron saints−St.Martin of Porres and St. Rose of Lima−lie. See the Main Square, surrounded by the Presidential Palace, the Archbishop’s Palace, the Municipality of Lima and the Cathedral. This section ends with a stop to sample a pisco sour.

The final part of the tour takes you to the Larco Museum, an incomparable private collection of treasures from ancient Peru. This inspiring collection helps visitors to understand and enjoy more than five thousand years of Peruvian history, represented by more than 45,000 exhibits.

Spend the night in Lima.

Day 7: Lima to Cusco

Transfer to the airport and take a flight to Cusco. On arrival at Cusco, transfer to the hotel in Sacred Valley. Spend the night in Cusco.

Day 8: At Cusco

Today, take a scenic trip through the Urubamba Valley, known as the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Visit the ruins in the village of Pisac, with their view across the River Vilcanota. The fortresses, urban complexes, temples and terraced fields, built by the Incas but still well preserved, create an impressive and unforgettable vista. Here you can visit the colourful market, where local craftsmen sell alpaca textiles, silverware, ceramics and other products from the area. After lunch, the tour continues in Ollantaytambo, a village that has been inhabited since the Inca era and is considered the oldest on the American continent. Stroll the narrow streets of Ollantaytambo and alongside its canals that were built when the Incas reigned. You will also visit the imposing fortress of Ollantaytambo.

Spend the night in Cusco.

Day 9: At Cusco

Awaiting you today is one of the high points in world tourism−Machu Picchu. Your adventure starts on a train ride to the city of Aguas Calientes, where you will disembark and then board a bus that drives you to the actual Machu Picchu archaeological site. Discover this new Wonder of the World and UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site; afterwards, there is some free time for you to explore the site on your own, to relax or to meditate. Return to Aguas Calientes for lunch at a local restaurant, and later board the train for your return trip.

Spend the night in Cusco.

Day 10: At Cusco

Today, enter Machu Picchu for the second time. This tour includes a round trip bus ride without a guide. You have the morning to visit the Machu Picchu archeological complex on your own.

Spend the night at Cusco.

Day 11: At Cusco

Visit the Imperial City, a living example of the mixture between Andean and Spanish cultures. Start the tour in the Koricancha Temple, an ancient Inca palace and main worship site for the Sun God. Then, visit the Main Square, where you can take a tour of the Cathedral. Make a stop at the San Cristobal Viewpoint, from where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the city. Continue over to the Sacsayhuamán Fortress, an awe-inspiring feat of Incan military architecture that reigns over the city. Then, you visit the Kenko archeological site and the panoramic view of the Puca-Pucara archeological complex. Finally, you stop by the Inka’s Expression art workshop, which introduces you to artists working with silver, paint and wood−the perfect visit to further understand Andean art.

Spend the night in Cusco.

Day 12: Cusco to Puno

Take a bus to Puno and en route enjoy the magnificent scenery of the valley south of Cusco. The First stop is Andahuaylillas, which has a beautiful 17th Century church containing an impressive organ decorated with angels and cherubs. After that, visit the ruins at Racchi, also known as the ‘Temple of Wiracocha’. Then you visit the archaeological site of Puca-Pucara, basically a military camp that also functioned as an administrative centre. Finally, arrive at the bus station in Puno.

Spend the night in Puno.

Day 13: At Puno

You have the day at leisure to explore Puno!

Day 14: At Puno

Take a half-day tour of Uros Islands. Drive from your hotel to the marina at Puno Bay, where you can board the boat that will take you to Uros Islands. These are a fantastic group of floating islands made by the islanders from reeds growing around the lake. The islanders live on these platforms, fishing and hunting for a living. There are 55 islands in total and an average of 2000 people live on them. Once the excursion is done, you can sail back to the Puno marina and head back to your hotel.

Spend the night in Puno.

Day 15: Puno-Lima; Depart Lima

Take a two-hour excursion to the Sillustano archeological site. Your excursion begins on the southbound Panamerican Highway. At the 20km mark, exit and take the road that connects Puno with Juliaca. This is the route to the Sillustani archeological site that has imposing stone burial towers, some of which stand 12mt in height and are 7.5mt in diameter. With the lovely Lake Umayo in the background, it’s an experience you’ll never forget.

After the excursion, transfer to the airport to take a flight to Lima, from where you can take the international flight back home.

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