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HONEYMOON IN SOUTH AMERICA

Discover mystical and energetic Machu Pichu

Be impressed by the flavors of passionate Santiago de Chile

Explore culture, dance, history and gastronomy of vibrant Buenos Aires

Enjoy breathtaking Iguazu Falls

Discover colorful and enthusiastic Rio de Janeiro

FROM USD 7347 18 days / 17 nights
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Luxury trip, South America Tours, Machu Picchu Trips, Honeymoon travel, Tours in Argentina & Chile, Travel to Rio de Janeiro

 

HONEYMOON IN SOUTH AMERICA

Tour to Cusco, Machu Pichu, Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires, Iguazú and Río de Janeiro

This tour will take you to discover the most attractive destinations of South America. With a mix of Nature, flavors and cosmopolitan cities, you will be impressed by each destination´s magical touches. Travel to energetic mind blowing Machu Pichu and amazing colonial Cusco in Peru, where you will explore the ruins one of the world’s early civilizations. Discover Chile´s flavors from the country’s capital to the seaside cities of Viña del Mar and Valparíso and some nearby vineyards. Enjoy sophisticated Buenos Aires’s eclectic neighborhoods and breathtaking Iguazu Falls in the North East of Argentina. Have a perfect closure of your trip with amazing beaches of Rio de Janeiro, with its colorful and charming landscape and people.

Day 1 - Cusco - Half Day City Tour

Welcome to Cusco, Peru!

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983, this colonial city is currently one of Peru’s most popular destinations. It is a must stop to visit Machu Picchu, one of the New World Seven Wonders and host of the ruins of the Inca civilization and the most spectacular landscapes on the planet..

Upon arrival at the Cusco airport, you will be received by your guide and transportation and head towards your selected hotel. Along the journey, your guide will be telling you about the attractions and services that the city has to offer you. Private Transfer.

Today you will need to arrive in Cusco before midday to be able to enjoy your city tour.Private City Tour

You will start your tour with a visit to the Coricancha, also known as the “Temple of the Sun” (or “Premises of the Gilded One”), the construction of which was ordered by Inca Pachacútec (1438-1471) and was used as base for the construction of the Santo Domingo Convent upon the arrival of the Spaniards. This is when the Sun (Inti, in Quechua) was worshipped during the Inca Empire and at the time of the Incas its walls were fully covered with gold sheets and its courtyards were planted with golden corn and life-size llamas. You will then go to the Cathedral, the most important building on the Main Square and one of the most splendid Spanish colonial churches in America, which is shaped as a Latin Cross and houses about 400 colonial paintings from the Cusco art school, and impressive goldsmith, silversmith and precious stones works. Its construction lasted almost a century, it started in 1560 and ended in 1654. The Ecclesiastical Chapter ordered to extract and transport hundreds of stones from the Sacsayhuamán fortress for this purpose. You will then visit said fortress, en emblematic work of the Incas, which protected the Holy City. Conceived and built by Inca Pachacútec in the 15th century, The Sacsayhuamán complex was built with megalithic blocks, which transportation and construction continue to be a mystery. The Inti Raymi Festival, which worships the Sun, is reenacted on June 24 of each year, during the winter solstice. You will then go to Qenqo, located four kilometers away from Cusco City, an archaeological complex mainly used for religious purposes, and it is believed that agricultural rituals took place there. You will finally visit the vestiges of Puka Pukara, located seven kilometers away from Cusco. Puka Pukara, which means “red fortress”, was an architectural complex presumably used for military purposes; it has many rooms, squares, bathrooms, aqueducts, walls and towers, and it is believed that the Incas entourage used it while he rested at Tambomachay. At the end, you will return to your hotel.

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Day 2 - Cusco - Full Day Maras & Moray / Valle Sagrado

Discover the beautiful colonial town of Chincheros and the spectacular Inca sites of Maras and Moray. Start your morning at the fascinating Maras Salt mines which feature more than 100 small pools fed by a salt-water mountain spring that is interconnected by channels. Be fascinated by the mysteries of the Incan civilization and hold your breathe while learning about this interesting and never equaled culture. In the afternoon, head along a dirt road towards another typical Andean village called Moray; famed for being an Inca agricultural experimental center.

 

Duration: Full day

Private Tour

 

Note: During the rainy season (December to March) this excursion may be changed for South Valley tour taking in the archaeological sites of Tipon and Pikillaqta, and the town of Andahuaylillas

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 3 - Valle Sagrado / Full Day Awanakancha, Pisac Market & Ollantaytambo

After breakfast, you will depart on a full day excursion, and drive along the Urubamba River valley to discover the spectacularly scenic Sacred Valley. Visit the Awana Kancha farm where the Andean camelids are bred and learn about the weaving activity of the region. Head to the historic town of Pisac to have a wander through its famous market before exploring the developed architectural sense of the Incas at the Ollantaytambo fortress.

 

In the afternoon, you will return to your hotel in Sacred Valley.

 

Duration: Full day

Private Tour.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 4 - Valle Sagrado - Full Day Machu Picchu Ruins / Aguas Calientes

Breakfast at the hotel. Your tour to Machu Picchu begins with a train ride to Aguas Calientes in approximately four hours time. This town is also known as “Machu Picchu Pueblo” and is the last stop before entering the remains of the most important archaeological site in Peru. In Aguas Calientes there is a train station, a craft market, restaurants and hotels of different categories for those who prefer to spend the night at the foot of the mountain and climb it early. Finally, after a short transfer by bus you will reach Machu Picchu, a masterpiece of engineering and architecture that served as a sanctuary and retreat for the Inca Pachacutec. Machu Picchu, which means “Old Mountain”, and is considered a World Heritage by UNESCO and one of the new seven wonders of the world. At the end of the tour you will take a bus back to Aguas Calientes and have lunch at ¨Cafe Inkaterra¨ Machu Picchu. The rest of the afternoon will be free. Overnight in Aguas Calientes.

Shared Tour

 

RECOMMENDATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR LUGGAGE ON BOARD OF THE TRAIN TO MACHU PICCHU:

Carry the same ID card submitted to the agency, as train tickets and entrance ticket to Machu Picchu will be issued with the same information. In all train services to Machu Picchu the passenger may only carry hand luggage (backpack, purse or briefcase), with a maximum weight of 5kg / 11lb. You will find your luggage at your chosen hotel. Size allowance: 62 linear inches, 157cm (height + length + width)

 

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

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Day 5 - Aguas Calientes - Full Day Machu Picchu Ruins / Cusco

In the morning we suggest you to return to Machu Picchu and visit any of the attractions of the citadel. You can visit the Intipunku or “Sun Gate”, where the sun rises every day through this door if viewed from the most important buildings of the citadel; the Inca Bridge, an incredible stonebuilding that served as entrance or exit of the citadel; and you can also climb the Wayna Picchu (subject to space availability), which means “Young Mountain” as opposed to Machu Picchu. This ascent takes about an hour and its main attraction is the “Temple of the Moon”, a complex of underground constructions likely to have been used by the elite (re-entry to Machu Piccchu and ticket to Wayna Picchu not included in actual pricing).

 

In the afternoon you will head to the train station of Aguas Calientes and take the train back to Cusco.

Shared Tour.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 6 - Cusco / Santiago De Chile

A transportation service with a guide will pick you up from your hotel at the established time and transfer you to the airport. Private Transfer

 

Welcome to Santiago!

 

Home of Pisco Sour, variety of seafood and marvelous Cabernet Sauvignon, Santiago is considerate as the safest city in South America- capital of Chile, the country of the extremes, it is the perfect base to explore the country, or just enjoy a few days between the mountains and the ocean.

 

Upon arrival, you will be taken to the hotel (private service).

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 7 - Santiago De Chile - Full Day Tour to Valparaiso with visit to a winery

Visit Casablanca Valley on the way to Valparaiso and learn about the winemaking process of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, the most famous white wines of this region. After tasting delicious wines, discover the quirky town of Valparaíso and stroll through bohemian neighborhoods that offer spectacular views over the Pacific Ocean. This picturesque city was declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Unwind at Viña del Mar, a jet set resort of yesteryear, visiting the pier and the coastline with some of its beaches.

 

Included: Private transportation, bilingual guide, tour with tasting at the Mar winery or similar according to availability, elevators entrances in Valparaiso.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 8 - Santiago De Chile - Full Day Santiago City Tour with Food Market Visit

Discover the local flavors of Santiago visiting the most important food markets of the city, ‘Vega Central’ with its vegetables, cheeses, and spices; ‘Tirso Molina’ with its fresh natural juices and the ‘Central Market’ declared a national historic monument where all kind of fish, seafood, and special garnishes are sold. Taste a “Pisco Sour” (national drink) with delicious ‘Machas a la parmesana’ (seafood with cheese). Pass through the Constitution Square and the palace “La Moneda”. Walk to “Plaza de Armas”, the main square, surrounded by the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Royal High Court and other buildings of historical interest. Visit Santa Lucia hill and San Cristobal hill for amazing views of the city.

 

Included: Private transportation, bilingual guide, tasting in the markets.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 9 - Santiago De Chile / Buenos Aires

At appropriate time, you will be transferred to the airport (private service).

 

Welcome to Argentina!!

 

Capital of Argentina and described as the Paris of South America, Buenos Aires proudly embraces this title, as well as shows off plenty of its own culture! Explore the traditional European architecture, the cobbled streets lined with rustic outdoor cafes, the local antique and artisanal markets that offer plenty of bargain shopping, and the mouthwatering aroma of prized Argentine beef sizzling on an open “parrilla” (barbeque) in the air. Buenos Aires is home to some excellent local designers and you will certainly find the perfect leather jacket, long leather boots and handbags for all occasions. Though above all, Buenos Aires is known as the home of the tango. Be sure to enjoy a traditional dinner-tango show and explore the colorful San Telmo and Recoleta neighborhoods.

 

Upon arrival in Buenos Aires you will be met at the airport and have a transfer in private to your hotel.

 

You will have the rest of the day to enjoy this vibrant city, leaving you the remainder of the day to explore the historical neighborhoods and enjoy the cafe culture of Buenos Aires.

 

Please, check our Optional Tours in case you would like to add an activity.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 10 - Buenos Aires - Half Day City Tour & Half Day Dinner & Tango Show

In the morning you will be picked up from your hotel to enjoy our City Tour. Private service

 

Over the course of a half day you will have the chance to visit the historical and political centre of the city: San Telmo with its cobblestone streets, La Boca where Buenos Aires turns colorful and tango is ever present, and the chic and aristocratic Recoleta, where the big palaces remind us that Buenos Aires was once the Paris of the South.

 

Duration: 4-5 hours.

 

Experience an unforgettable night of dinner and sensuous dance performances in one of the best tango houses of Buenos Aires, where traditions are preserved and the ambience exudes the charms of the bygone era and the best of Buenos Aires tango music, history and dance.

 

Included: PrivateTransfer to/from Tango House, dinner, beverages

Note: It is not necessary to dress in an elegant way.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner (drinks included)

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Day 11 - Buenos Aires

Day at leisure to explore the cobbled, tree lined streets of Palermo Soho in search of one of a kind Porteño fashion, to sit in café and enjoy a perfectly aged glass of malbec, or perhaps to sip yerba mate (local tea) out of your newly purchased mate gourd while people watching in one of the parks that make up the Palermo Bosques.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 12 - Buenos Aires / Puerto Iguazu

At the appropriate time you will have a private transfer to the international airport for your next flight.

 

Welcome to Puerto Iguazu!!

 

The little and relaxing town is the gate to visit the impressive Iguazu Falls, (which have been recently declared as one of the New Seven Natural Wonders!), making them a must see destination for any traveler visiting Argentina

 

Upon arrival, you will be met at the airport and provided a private transfer to your hotel.

 

You will have the day to relax and enjoy the tropical climate and jungle setting.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 13 - Puerto Iguazu - Iguazu National Park: Argentine Side

This day you are visiting a National Reserve. Please remember that National Park Fees are not included. Check at the end of your itinerary the corresponding fee, to be paid locally in national currency.

 

After breakfast you will depart on a private, full day tour to the Argentine side of the Iguazu Falls where you will have intimate views of this unforgettable section of the Iguazu River. An experienced guide will show you the hidden gems of this unique National Park and will take you off the beaten path to show you the best views.

 

Lower and upper walkways permit up close and personal experiences with this magnificent spectacle of nature. Trails through the 210 square mile reserve provide visitors with various views of the Falls, especially the largest one, Devil’s Throat. The ecological train ride is included in the tour.

 

Duration; 6/8 hours

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 14 - Puerto Iguazu - Iguazu National Park: Brazilian Side

This day you are visiting a National Reserve. Please remember that National Park Fees are not included. Check at the end of your itinerary the corresponding fee, to be paid locally in national currency.

 

You will be picked up to enjoy, a private, half day excursion to the Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls where you will enjoy vast panoramic views of the Falls allowing you to take them in their entirety.

 

Duration; 2/3 hours.

 

“Brazil requires that most tourists have a visa to visit the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls. Please check with the Brazilian Consulate to ensure that you have the appropriate visa before traveling or you will not be allowed to enter Brazil. For example- US citizens, Canadians & Australians (as well as other nationalities) need a visa to visit the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls.”

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 15 - Puerto Iguazu / Rio De Janeiro

At the appropriate time, you will have a private transfer to the airport.

 

Welcome to Rio de Janeiro!

 

The exotic mix of beach and mountains, colonial neighborhoods and modern style, together with the vibrant sound of Samba everywhere, are the reasons this city was described in the book “A thousand places to see before you die” as one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

 

Upon arrival in Río you will be met at the airport and have a transfer in private to your hotel.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 16 - Rio De Janeiro - Full Day Corcovado & Sugar Loaf with Lunch

After breakfast you will depart on a tour to see the two ‘must see’ sites of Rio: Corcavado Mountain, home to the famous Christ the Redeemer statue, and Sugarloaf Mountain, the monolithic peaks of granite and quartz that rise straight from the water’s edge. Make sure to bring your camera as these mountains give you some of the most incredible views of Rio de Janeiro. Private Service.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

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Day 17 - Rio De Janeiro

Today you will have day at leisure in Rio de Janeiro.

 

At night you will enjoy a beaitiful dinner with sights to amazing Sugar Loaf.

 

Included: Transfer in/out, dinner rodizio + buffet

Not included: Beverages

 

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

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Day 18 - Rio De Janeiro

At the appropiate time you will be taken to the airport (private service).

 

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Included

– 3 nights in Santiago De Chile

– 1 night in Aguas Calientes

– 3 nights in Puerto Iguazu

– 2 nights in Cusco

– 3 nights in Rio De Janeiro

– 2 nights in Valle Sagrado

– 3 nights in Buenos Aires

– Transfers & Meals mentioned in the itinerary.

– Tours described in the itinerary.

– Bilingual guide (English/Spanish).

Not Included

– Park Entrance & Fees (For more information click HERE)

– International or Domestic Flights.

– Travel / Medical Insurance – To get a free quotation please follow this link: World Nomads.

Accommodation & Prices

HONEYMOON IN SOUTH AMERICA


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USD 7347

* Prices in US Dollars.
* Prices are excluding VAT from the accommodation in Hotels in Argentina (except Ushuaia). Guests must provide copy of their passport so as to prove they are not residents in Argentina, also they may be asked to show during their check in the stamp of entry to Argentina. If these conditions aren´t complied they will be asked to pay the VAT from the accommodation.
* Please check our <a href="https://www.sayhueque.com/terms-conditions/#tab-7" style="vertical align:baseline;color:blue" target="_blank">TERMS & CONDITIONS</a>
* Valid until April 2019. (Not valid for Christmas, New Year, and Carnival- please ask our Travel Advisor)



Flights needed for this itinerary

Cusco - Santiago de Chile - Buenos Aires - Iguazu - Rio de Janeiro

Flights in South America cost approximately $150 to $300 USD per segment (destination).
We offer special rates on flights for this tailor-made itinerary.

Included

– 3 nights in Santiago De Chile

– 1 night in Aguas Calientes

– 3 nights in Puerto Iguazu

– 2 nights in Cusco

– 3 nights in Rio De Janeiro

– 2 nights in Valle Sagrado

– 3 nights in Buenos Aires

– Transfers & Meals mentioned in the itinerary.

– Tours described in the itinerary.

– Bilingual guide (English/Spanish).

Not Included

– Park Entrance & Fees (For more information click HERE)

– International or Domestic Flights.

– Travel / Medical Insurance – To get a free quotation please follow this link: World Nomads.

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