South America


South America encompasses the countries of Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. More often than not people travelling to South American will take in more than one of these amazing countries.

Its difficult when you have Amazonian rainforests, snow covered peaks of the Andes, Patagonian glaciers, ancient Incan ruins, colonial towns, white-sand beaches and the world’s most lively night live to decide where to start!

But it’s the people who truly make South America, all with their unique and colourful cultures, they define the word “friendly” and know both how to party and how to relax better than anyone else on the planet!

Whether it’s a solo journey or a family adventure, South America is an experience that will add colour to your world!

Rio Carnaval

Rio Carnaval

6 days/ 5 nights

13 Feb - 18 Feb 2015

Make sure you are in Rio de Janeiro when the world's biggest party kicks off!! Experience the most colourful festival on the planet...witness the spectacular costumes, dance, songs and presentations at the samba parades

Rio Carnaval Accommodation Package

  • 5 nights’ accommodation in standard room
  • Breakfast daily
  • Return airport transfers
  • Half day Corcovado tour
  • Half day Sugarloaf tour

5 nights from $1,675


Highlights of South America

Highlights of South America

Peru – Bolivia – Argentina - Brazil

20 days/ 19 nights

The classic journey of South America. Travel with a group to the major highlights of this fascinating continent. Start the trip in the City of Gold, Lima. Next, it is into the Andes to Cuzco, the heart of the Incan Empire. Overnight in both the Sacred Valley and at Machu Picchu, then traverse the Altiplano to Puno on the shores of Lake Titicaca.

Tour Highlights

  • Former Inca capital of Cuzco
  • Machu Picchu
  • Lake Titicaca
  • Buenos Aires - home of the tango
  • Iguazu Falls
  • Rio de Janeiro

19 nights from $8,350


The Mighty Amazon River

The Mighty Amazon River

Posada Amazonas Eco Lodge - Peru

3 days/ 2 nights

Posada Amazonas is located on the Ese'eja Native Community's territory and is directly adjacent to the 1.5 million hectare Tambopata Reserve. Experience jungle life at the lodge, enjoying a variety of guided activities including a canoe excursion, look for giant river otters, colourful parrots, climb a canopy tower and learn how medicinal plants are used.

Tour includes

  • Return transfers to Puerto Maldonado
  • 3 nights’ accommodation with private facilities
  • 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 2 dinners
  • Motorized canoe travel up Amazon River
  • Excursions with naturalist guides

2 nights from $489


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