11-Day World Wonders Tour -Brazil, Argentina, Peru- from Rio de Janeiro

  • Tour code: 552-890
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Duration: 11 Days 10 Nights
From USD$2359

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Discover the best of Argentina, Brazil, and Peru with a once-in-a-lifetime South America vacation package to the region’s most impressive destinations. Start off in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, see the statue of Christ the Redeemer; continue on to the spectacular Iguazu Falls, and finish with a visit to Cusco, Peru, the former seat of the impressive Inca Empire.

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Single: $3719
Double (/Person): $2359
Third Person Adult: $2359
Child : $2359
Fourth Person Adult: N/A
Child : N/A

Note: *Price in USD is based on the lowest price per person per room over the next 30 days. Exact prices are displayed when you select a date.

  • Price: All Prices are in USD. Prices are per person based upon shared twin room occupancy. All prices are based on current exchange rates and are subject to change without notice.
  • Special dates where above prices are not valid = New Years, Semana Santa, Inti Raymi week. Exact dates to be confirmed ASAP.
  • Airfares are not included in the price, and will be quoted separately.

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Rio de Janeiro
  • Day 2 Rio de Janeiro
  • Day 3 Rio de Janeiro - Puerto Iguazu(1193 km)
  • Day 4 Iguazu Falls
  • Day 5 Puerto Iguazu - Buenos Aires(1338 km)
  • Day 6 Buenos Aires
  • Day 7 Buenos Aires - Cusco(3465 km)
  • Day 8 Cusco
  • Day 9 Sacred Valley of the Inca(121 km)
  • Day 10 Machu Picchu(154 km)
  • Day 11 Cusco
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Day 1 Rio de Janeiro

When guests arrive at the airport in Rio de Janiero, they will be greeted by their tour guide, who will transport them to their hotel. We will have the remainder of the day to spend at our own leisure, either resting at the hotel or exploring this dynamic city on our own.
Standard Hotel: Martinique Copa Hotel or similar

Day 2 Rio de Janeiro

Today, we will enjoy taking a private half-day tour up Corcovado, the mountain in the middle of Rio. After we have left our hotels, we will drive through some of the oldest parts of the city. We will board the Corcovado Rack Railway, a train that traverses the jungle to take us to the peak of the mountain. When we reach the summit, we will see the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue, the most recognizable symbol of the city and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Afterwards, we will return to the main city to spend the rest of the day at our own leisure.

Usually referred to simply as "Rio," this Brazilian coastal city is famous for its annual Carnival celebration. Rio de Janeiro sees millions of tourists every year, more than any other South American city.

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    The name of this mountain is Portuguese for "hunchback," a reference to the lopsided shape. At the peak lies the Christ the Redeemer statue, the most iconic symbol of Rio de Janeiro.
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    This train uses the traditional rack system, a special wheel designed for trains to travel uphill, in order to reach the peak of Corcovado in Rio. It carries passengers from the city below to Christ the Redeemer at the summit.
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    This statue is, above all else, the main symbol of Rio de Janeiro. Built on the top of Corcovado, a mountain that hovers above the city, the statue depicts Christ with his arms extended in a welcoming gesture.
Standard Hotel: Martinique Copa Hotel or similar

Day 3 Rio de Janeiro - Puerto Iguazu(1193 km)

In the morning, we will transfer to the airport to board a flight to Puerto Iguazu. Upon arrival, we will meet with a guide who will help us transfer to our local hotel. We will have the rest of the day to enjoy at our own leisure.

Standard Hotel: Hotel Rafain Centro or similar

Day 4 Iguazu Falls

Today, we will spend the morning discovering Argentina's most spectacular natural phenomenon: the thrilling Iguazu Falls. Over the course of the day, we will take an ecological train ride to the impressive fall known as Devil's Throat. We will also get the chance to hike around the area and see both the upper and lower parts of the falls. In the afternoon, we will return to our hotel and have the remainder of the day to relax at our own leisure.

  • Always Visit
    When she first saw the falls, Eleanor Roosevelt reportedly exclaimed, "Poor Niagara!" Indeed, the spectacular Iguazu Falls are three times the size of New York's Niagara Falls. Located on the border of Brazil and Argentina, Iguazu is an experience.
    Opening Hours: 8:00am - 6:00pm
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    One of the many waterfalls that make up the Iguassu Falls on the border between Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay, the Devil's Throat is a U-shaped chasm through which the majority of the water in the falls flows.
Standard Hotel: Hotel Rafain Centro or similar

Day 5 Puerto Iguazu - Buenos Aires(1338 km)

After breakfast, we will transfer to the airport for our flight to Buenos Aires. When we arrive, we will transfer to our local hotel and have the remainder of the day to spend at our own leisure.
Standard Hotel: Forcadell Apartments or similar

Day 6 Buenos Aires

We will spend the entirety of the day exploring the vibrant city of Buenos Aires, beginning in the city center to see the Argentine National Congress, the beautiful Plaza de Mayo, which is surrounded by the Casa Rosada, the Metropolitan Cathedral, and the splendid Cabildo. Then we will walk along Avenida 9 de Julio to see the famous Colon Theater. We will end the tour by dancing the tango at one of the city's most exclusive tango houses, Tango Porteno, where we will enjoy a delicious gourmet dinner while professional musicians and dancers perform. Then, we will return to the hotel in the evening.
Standard Hotel: Forcadell Apartments or similar

Day 7 Buenos Aires - Cusco(3465 km)

In the morning, we will transfer to the airport in Buenos Aires to board a flight bound for Cusco, Peru. Upon our arrival, we will meet up with a local guide who will help us transfer to our hotel. Then, we will have the remainder of the day to enjoy on our own, whether we want to explore the city or relax in the hotel.
Standard Hotel: Boutique Hotel Casa San Blas or similar

Day 8 Cusco

Today, we will enjoy a sightseeing tour to the most famous locations in Cusco. In the afternoon, we will set off, first visiting the Cathedral and Qurikancha. Then, we will continue to the hilltop fortress of Saksaywaman, as well as the Inca sites of Puka Pukara and Tombomachay. Afterwards, we will have the remainder of the day free to spend on our own.

This city once served as the capital of the Inca Empire. Many of its most popular sights are the ruins of this once-great people, such as the famous "lost city" of Machu Picchu. Cuzo itself also has many sights.

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    This cathedral, also called the Basilica of the Assumption of the Virgin, was completed in 1654, and is located in the Plaza de Armas. It contains many historically significant objects and relics.
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    The site where these impressive ruins stand was once the most important temple in the entirety of the Incan Empire. Reports from Spanish explorers of the time describe the temple's ipulence in great detail.
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    In the ancient Quechan language, the name of this set of ruins near Cuzco mean "the red fortress." It features large, terraced walls that sit on a hill overlooking the surrounding valley.
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    One of the many archaeological sites located in and around the city of Cuzco, the exact purpose of this facility is still uncertain. It is comprised of a series of aqueducts, canals, and waterfalls that cut through terraced rocks.
Standard Hotel: Boutique Hotel Casa San Blas or similar

Day 9 Sacred Valley of the Inca(121 km)

Today, we will step back in time to learn about ancient Peruvian traditions while we tour the beautiful Sacred Valley of the Inca. Departing from our hotel in the morning, we will begin the day with a scenic drive to a local village market. Next, we will continue to Urabamba to explore the streets on our own and enjoy lunch before making our way to the ancient town of Ollantaytambo. Then, we will return to our hotel in Cusco.

This city once served as the capital of the Inca Empire. Many of its most popular sights are the ruins of this once-great people, such as the famous "lost city" of Machu Picchu. Cuzo itself also has many sights.

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    The heart of the Inca Empire, the Sacred Valley of the Incas is the region of Peru surrounding the city of Cusco. The valley is full of the ruins of this once-powerful empire, such as Ollantaytambo, Pisac and Tipon.

The largest town located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Urubamba, whose name in Quechan means "flat land of spiders," is a short journey north of Cuzco.

This small town north of Cuzco is built around an archaeological site. At the height off the Inca Empire, Ollantaytambo was the royal estate of Emperor Pachacuti. It is one of the starting points of the Inca Trail.

Standard Hotel: Boutique Hotel Casa San Blas or similar

Day 10 Machu Picchu(154 km)

In the morning, we will board a train that cuts through the brilliant Andean landscape, eventually bringing us to Aguas Calientes, the small town at the foot of Machu Picchu. From the town, we will take a bus up the mountain to the citadel, where we will enjoy a guided tour of the ruins, followed by free time to explore. Afterwards, we will return to Aguas calientes to catch our train back to Cusco to enjoy a relaxing last night in Peru.

This town sits 20 minutes down the mountain from Machu Picchu. Its name, "hot waters" in English, derives from the presence of numerous thermal springs in the area that make thisvillage a great place to relax after a hike.

The famous citadel of the Inca sits atop a scraggy mountain peak overlooking the valley that was sacred to those people. These ruins feature many temples and the famous terraced-gardens the Inca developed for agriculture in the Andes.

Standard Hotel: Andina Luxury Hotel or similar

Day 11 Cusco

We will check out of our hotels in Cusco. Guests should arrange transport to the local airport for their departure flights. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding when to book flights.

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