Sensational South America Itinerary:
Coming May 2019
Bogota: With year-round pleasant weather and nearly 10 million people, Bogota has hundreds of eclectic and authentic dining spots, places to shop and, of course, the historic district of La Candelaria.
Colombia is thriving, emerging like a phoenix from years of change. Colombia has now spread its wings to become one of the top travel destinations in the world, and rightfully so. It’s breathtaking natural wonders are so diverse that this single country is an entire world within itself. From pristine Pacific coastlines, to tropical Caribbean islands, untouched rainforests, to the remarkable snow-capped mountain peaks pushing their way up through the clouds, Colombia will keep you awestruck throughout your entire stay. Alongside the scenery, Colombia’s vibrant cities, fascinating history, addicting cuisine (empanadas galore), and amazing culture will have you questioning, why not stay longer?
Lima: This bustling city is full of elegant cathedrals and opulent palaces dating from Spanish colonial times, and with great year-round weather the beachfront neighborhoods are always great for shopping and dining.
Peru: the land of extraordinarily contrasting landscapes and fascinating civilizations, both old and new. From the awe-inspiring Amazon rainforest, to dramatic Rainbow Mountains and, of course, the Andes, you can easily travel to many different worlds within Peru. Engulfed within these natural worlds are many ancient remnants to discover, such as the world-famous Inca ruins of Machu Picchu, the giant lines of Nazca, the ruins of Chan Chan, and many more. If those aren’t enough to amaze, the Peruvians, themselves, will surely do the trick whether it’s through their resiliency, hospitality, or impeccable cuisine (such as ceviche, cecina, and their local wine), you will surely wish to return again.
Rio De Janeiro: At its heart Rio is a big city with a neighborhood feel. With samba and bossa nova rhythms, it's easy to fall in love with Rio. Ipanema Beach is still the place to stroll, sunbathe, and be seen. The Christ the Redeemer statue beckons visitors to come and experience Rio.
As one of the largest and most beautiful countries on the planet, decades can be spent exploring the wonders of Brazil. Whether your interests are in spotting wildlife in the Amazon rainforest, tropical island getaways, learning to dance the samba, discovering an array of delicious and foreign cuisine, or admiring the stunning history and architecture of colonial towns such as Paraty and Ouro Preto, Brazil will keep your heart soaring for years to come. Brazilians are notorious for bringing life and vitality wherever they go; adding splashes of color and vibrancy to life as we know it you cannot help but wear a constant smile while being immersed in this intoxicating culture.
Buenos Aires: The birthplace of the tango is captivating, seductive and bustling with excited energy. Atmospheric old neighborhoods are rife with romantic restaurants and shops. Cafe Tortoni, the city's oldest bar, will transport you back to 1858, and Teatro Colon will impress just as it did in 1908.
Do you love exploring jaw-dropping landscapes? How about spirited cities, vibrant culture, and intriguing history? Enormous, translucent glaciers? Baby penguins? World-famous Malbec wine? All of this, and so much more, exists within the phenomenal country of Argentina. To be found amongst the thundering grandeur of Iguazu Falls, the thriving historical hub of San Telmo, the rolling hills of vineyards, and within the exuberant capital of Buenos Aires, are Argentinians a world-famous culture. Comprised of Spanish and Gaucho traditions, as well as their own, the Argentinian culture prides itself in live music, the art of tango, rich history, delicious cuisine, famous wine making, and welcoming foreigners with open arms.
Santiago: Situated at the foot of the Andes, this city of 6 million people provides world-class chefs forging fresh Chilean cuisine, design-forward shops and beautiful parks for an afternoon stroll.
Chile is an outstandingly unique world; a land slivered between the beautiful Andes mountain range and the daunting coastlines of the Pacific, complete with smoldering, snowy volcanoes, beautifully rocky deserts, and glaciers for miles upon miles. Whether you fancy roaming the pristine hillsides of renowned vineyards (such as the Viña Concha y Toro), exploring the Atacama Desert or the other-worldly headstones and the tropical climate of the Polynesian Easter Island, driving along the ever-so-scenic Carretera Austral, or even just relaxing on an alluring beach, there is something for every traveler in every mood. Chileans will greet you with a warm and welcome embrace, sharing with you their history, cultural diversity (such as the Mapuche Indians), and delicious cuisine making you feel at home instantly.