South America Tours
Variety is the spice of life and a key ingredient to the art of travel. South America offers more variety of culture, wildlife, adventure and natural beauty than any other continent. This liveliness and diversity are evident as soon as you arrive. In South America friendly people welcome you into their lives, happily sharing their culture, their food and even their homes. Once you start to explore this part of the world you quickly realize it holds many of the most intriguing and beautiful destinations on earth. On a South America adventure one arrives with a sense of wonder, and returns home with a newfound respect for the great diversity of this part of the world.
Absolute Peru (PHPT)
Scan the canopy for wildlife from the comfort of our intimate and exclusive G Lodge Amazon, contemplate mountain vistas or take an optional flight over the Nazca Lines—this epic journey explores the geography, culture and history of Peru, offering you the perfect blend of guided excursions and free time. Hike the Inca Trail, which rewards those willing to break a sweat with stunning vistas of ruins, mountainscapes and cloud forest. And because we run our own treks, we can ensure the fair treatment of our porters and the quality of food, service and equipment.
Highlights: Trekking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, searching for wildlife at our exclusive G Lodge Amazon, spotting condors at Colca Canyon, experiencing local life at a homestay on Lake Titicaca, exploring the mysterious Nazca Lines.
Spend eight days exploring the "land of the Incas" including Lima, Lake Titicaca, Cuzco and two unforgettable train journeys. Take a tour of the highest lake in the world and discover the unique city of Puno before hopping on the Andean Explorer train for the scenic journey into the Andes to Cuzco. Explore Cuzco and the Sacred Valley and continue on by rail to unrivaled, Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Inca's. This tour gives you the very best of Peru by train.
Highlights: Witnessing traditional life on Lake Titicaca, exploring ruins and haggling at local markets in the Sacred Valley, taking in the views from the train to Machu Picchu.