Be marvelled by a route full of history and natural beauty in one of the most important mountains of Inca cosmology: Salkantay. Cross the cold ‘puna’ with beautiful views of the mountain range, then descend to green valleys surrounded by forests and archaeological sites that will bring you closer to the legendary past of Peru. Top your journey off with a visit to the best-kept treasure of the Incas: the citadel of Machu Picchu.
Many are the routes that take you to Machu Picchu, but there is none like the Inca Trail, the most famous pedestrian route in the Americas. Arriving in Cusco, prepare to walk for four days on a path through forests and dense fogs, ancient stone steps and discover the remains of ancient fortifications and Inca cities, while enjoying majestic views. After 46 kilometers of walking at the top of the Andes, the reward arrives: the first exciting views of Machu Picchu from IntiPunku. This guided tour is a unique experience that will be engraved in your heart forever.
We will travel to the Colombian, Peruvian and Brazilian Amazon, a tight carpet of trees that stains a huge river brown as it makes its way through the jungle. We will discover indigenous communities and nature reserves where the fauna stands majestic. A trip that we must do at least once in our lifetime.
Discover a beautiful and fertile land at the northern gateway to Patagonia – a magical landscape filled with active volcanoes, turquoise rivers, gigantic lakes and ancient native forests. See Andean condors swooping down from the foothills of the cordillera as we cycle on some of the most scenic paved routes that South America has to offer. We’ll gain a cultural insight into both Chile and Argentina, including the European influences and indigenous customs that have shaped the region. Cross the Andes twice in spectacular fashion on two wheels as part of an incredible ‘once in a lifetime’ journey!
Specially designed for trekking and nature lovers, this program takes you to the deep Patagonia to see one of the most fascinating icons of Argentina and South America: Los Glaciares National Park, with its big star Perito Moreno Glacier. See and hear the constant breaking of the glacier and have the once in a life opportunity to walk on ice! Known as the “trekking capital” of Argentina, visit El Chaltén, this lovely village surrounded by glaciers and mountains, most famous one is Cerro Fitz Roy. Here you can choose to do several different trekking tours with different level of difficulty, suitable for everyone! This tour finishes in the great city of Buenos Aires, worldwide famous as “Paris of South America”, so eclectic and passionate combining French architecture, history and culture in every corner and the traditional Tango music and dancing, a must see while in town!
This comprehensive tour of Argentina is designed for tourists who want to see it all! Visit all traditional spots of Buenos Aires but also mingle with locals in a local ranch to learn about Gaucho life, and dance tango in a “milonga” are just some of the activities you can do to enjoy the city. Continue to Mendoza, the great wine region of Argentina with internationally awarded Malbec wines to try its specialties, visit local producers and enjoy great local gastronomy. Take a trip to history in Cordoba, known as the heart of the country for being located in the middle of Argentina but also because of its historical importance: the legacy of Jesuits is kept alive, the architecture invites to a journey through history and its quiet estancias allow a nice rest close to nature to reload energy for the next adventure: Iguazu Falls! One of the Wonders of the World, Natural Heritage by UNESCO and one of the most amazing places on earth, Iguazu Falls is the favorite of locals and foreigner travelers. Over 250 waterfalls, the jungle ambience and the magnificent Devil´s Throat are some of the reasons to visit this National Park. End this program with a stay at an exclusive jungle lodge with meals and activities included, before flying back to the big city and back home!
This voyage combines the best of Peru and Chile, two of the most versatile countries in South America. Experience the contrast from tranquil landscapes in the Andes to the Atacama Desert, the driest desert in the world. The famous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu will be the experience of a lifetime. As you hike along one of the most important trekking paths of the Incan Empire, you will see the ever changing landscape from Valley to the Andes to Cloud Forest, ending with a panoramic view of Machu Picchu. After visiting Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, you will hike through the Atacama Desert, visiting hot springs, local farms, and geysers.
Peru is a land of mysteries, legends, and ancient cultures. Step into the past as you discover the country’s different traditions that people have preserved and still practice today. Surround yourself with impressive landscapes: from the arid desert and sand dunes on the coast, the snow-capped mountains and volcanoes in the Andes, to the lush Amazon rainforest. Indulge in incredible gourmet meals, fresh seafood and ceviche, or try unique fruits, different types of potatoes, and exquisite chocolate. Whether you enjoy culture, adventure, or nature, your experiences in Peru will become memories of a lifetime.
Uruguay is one of South America’s best kept secrets! Counting 600 kilometers of coastline with beautiful untouched sandy beaches as well as stunning landscapes in the interior of the country along with Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and British influences make Uruguay a small country with a lot to offer. While the people in the bigger cities on the coast of the River Plate mostly live a modern life style you can still find real “gauchos”, the South American “cowboys”, leading a more traditional country life in the interior of Uruguay. Uruguayans are a kind and welcoming people with a great love for “mate”, a traditional South American caffeine-rich infused drink, “asado” (BBQ), carnival and of course football. When you first arrive in Uruguay you will be surprised to see people walking in the streets or waiting on the bus with their “mate” in their hand and thermos flask tightly tucked under their arm.
This tour is oriented for wild life, animals and nature lovers. Start by visiting the city of Buenos Aires, gateway for entering Argentina and its vast and diverse regions. Continue to Bahia Bustamante, a seaside village to enjoy wild life up close with boat rides, biking, trekking and 4WD rides in this private wildlife sanctuary. Continue to the city of Puerto Madryn, a small town facing the sea from which you will visit Peninsula Valdes to see the great star of the area, the Southern White Whale, and the rich wildlife all along the Peninsula (foxes, sea lions, sea elephants and more!). Also visit Punta Tombo penguin rockery to meet the lovely Magellan Penguins up close and learn all about them! Finish this tour by visiting one of the Wonders of the World: Iguazu Falls! Natural Heritage by UNESCO and one of the most amazing places on earth, Iguazu Falls is the favorite of locals and foreigner travelers. Over 250 waterfalls, the jungle ambience and the magnificent Devil´s Throat are some of the reasons to visit this National Park. The last highlight of this tour is visiting Esteros del Ibera, wildlife at its most! Enjoy your stay at an exclusive lodge surrounded by nature and try different activities to contemplate local flora and fauna in the unique environment of Esteros. Return to Buenos Aires and spend a night in the city before heading back home!