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From the stunning restaurants and history of Santiago, to the award winning wines, chefs and boutique wineries of the Colchagua Valley, continuing up the rugged coastline to Valparaiso and ending with a tour through La Campana National Parkâ€”you'll enjoy nature, scenery, fine wines, good food and great people. What a trip!
Choquequirao, has been called Machu Picchu's sacred sister due to similarities of design and ceremonial architecture. This seldom visited site is reached by a challenging trek along the Apurimac River with stunning views of the Salkantay ridge.
High altitude trek from the Andes to the tropics
Sail from Argentina to explore the classic Antarctic Peninsula and nearby islands. Your home is the M/V Plancius, a comfortable expedition style vessel with comfortable cabins, expert guides and crew. Explorations are by zodiac boat and on-shore, with options for kayaking and camping.
A perfect overview of Ecuador! You'll visit all the highlights, including the Otavalo handicraft market, the Cotopaxi Volcano, the spectacular Devil's Nose area around Alausi, and the charming colonial city of Cuenca. Start in Quito and end your tour in Guayaquil--perfect for adding a trip out to the Galapagos Islands. Stay in historic haciendas and local inns.
Here's your chance to experience the diverse cultural highlights of Colombia. Explore Bogotá and its museums before a short flight to the town of Neiva. This region offers the best of Colombia's ancient treasures, including the famed site of San Agustin. You can visit additional sites, cultural regions and the mighty Magdalena River. Your explorations end with a visit to the Zipaquira Salt Cathedral and a few days in the charming colonial town of Villa de Leyva.
Near to Bogotá are several authentic colonial towns. Explore Villa de Leyva, Barichara and Giron while experiencing all the highlights--from the markets and artisans to their plazas and typical style hotels
Embrace responsible travel by incorporating eco-friendly practices as you explore Colombia’s coffee growing region of Quindio, and the lovely colonial towns of Villa de Leyva, Raquira and Guasca. Meet real campesinos and authentic artisans, visit local communities and explore national parks.
Archaeological sites,and markets of Quetzaltenango and El Alto are added to the traditional highlands sites of Antigua, Lake Atitlan and Chichicastenango.