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14-Day Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru Tour with Buenos Aires Airport Pickup

Tour Code: 273-9888
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10/24, 11/29
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
Duration:
14 Days 13 Nights

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Highlights: Visit Buenos Aires, Foz do Iguacu, Rio de Janeiro, Iguassu Falls, Paracas, Lima, Sao Paulo, Nazca, Santiago de Chile, Valparaiso. Inclusions: 13 nights hotel accommodations, All domestic ground transportation, Admission fee to regular scenic spots on the itinerary

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    Day 1

    Buenos Aires

    After airport pickup in Buenos Aires, we will transfer to hotel. Hotel check-in is after 14:00. If you arrive early, you can deposit your luggage at the front desk of the hotel.
    Standard Hotel: Grand View Hotel
    Day 2

    Buenos Aires

    After gathering, we will take the city tour of Buenos Aires (about 3 hours): visit Congressional Plaza, Obelisco de Buenos Aires, Teatro Colon, Casa Rosada, Metropolitan Cathedral, Plaza de Mayo. In the afternoon, we will visit La Boca district and Caminito Avenue, the birthplace of Tango. After dinner, stay in the hotel for rest.
    • Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA

      Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city of Argentina. Its center is the Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately 19th-century buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied presidential palace.

      Congressional Plaza

      (Passing By) This large square and public park sits in front of the Argentine Congress. The centerpiece of the park is the Monument of Two Congresses, a large, ornate fountain.

      Obelisco de Buenos Aires

      The centerpiece of the Plaza de Republica, this obelisk has become a symbolic monument of its home city. The area around it has become a popular nighttime entertainment area, with many nightclubs nearby.

      Teatro Colon

      (Outside Visit) Teatro Colon is the main opera house in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is ranked the third best opera house in the world by National Geographic, and is acoustically considered to be amongst the five best concert venues in the world.

      Casa Rosada

      (Outside Visit) This incredible palatial mansion is the official residence for the president of Argentina. Completed towards the end of the 19th century, it is a mixture of Italian and Eclectic architectural styles.

      Metropolitan Cathedral

      The Metropolitan Cathedral is located in the very center of Buenos Aires. The architecture of the cathedral is quite notable for eschewing the typical features of Catholic churches: the usual towers, dome and portico are absent here.

      Plaza de Mayo

      The main square in the Monserrat barrio of Buenos Aires is named for the revolution that began on May 25th, 1810, which eventually led to Argentina's independence from Spain.

      La Boca

      One of the most famous barrios (neighborhoods) in Buenos Aires, La Boca is filled with brightly colored houses, tango clubs, Italian taverns, and many theaters. Historically, it has been a haven for radical political movements.
    Standard Hotel: Grand View Hotel
    Lunch: IncludedDinner: Included
    Day 3

    Buenos Aires

    Today we will visit the Tigre senic area by boat, pass by San Inisidro residential area, appreciate the scenery of La Plate river. After lunch we will have Buenos Aires city tour (about 1 hour) including visit of metal flower sculpture, Palermo rich area, Recoleta, Madame Bellon's tomb and monument. Rest at the hotel after dinner.
    • Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA

      Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city of Argentina. Its center is the Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately 19th-century buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied presidential palace.

      Tigre Delta

      It is a Delta region formed by the Parana and Uruguay rivers flowing into the Milky Way in Argentina. It covers 220 square kilometres and has a population of about 6,000. The delta is known as "Venice of South America" because of its strict ecological protection, perfect ecosystem and good ecological environment.

      Palermo

      This is the largest barrio in Buenos Aires, home to over 200,000 citizens. It is home to some of the oldest parts of the city. There are many parks and museums in the area.

      Recoleta

      An upscale neighborhood in Buenos Aires, the Recoleta district boasts exquisite architecture and history, and contains several museums and landmarks that detail Argentina's past. The Recoleta Cemetery is a popular stop, particularly the grave site of national hero Eva Peron.
    Standard Hotel: Grand View Hotel
    Breakfast: IncludedLunch: IncludedDinner: Included
    Day 4

    Buenos Aires - Lima (3137 km)

    Early in the morning, we will fly to Lima. After lunch we will visit Lima's Old Town: see Plaza de Armas, Government Palace, Cathedral Basilica of Lima, Plaza San Martin and so on. Then we will go to the seaside attractions: Parque del Amor, ground painting park, recreation center etc. After dinner, stay in the hotel for rest. (As tomorrow's departure time is earlier, please rest as soon as possible today. )
    • Lima, PERU

      Lima, the capital city of Peru, was founded by conquistador Francisco Pizarro in 1535. This city's historic places include the National University of San Marcos, which was established in 1551 and is the oldest university in the Americas.

      Government Palace

      (Outside Visit) The Government Palace, located on the north side of the Plaza Mayor in Peru's capital city Lima. The palace was built in 1535 and is a stately government building with a set of ornamental guards. It features a large wrought-iron fence that surrounds the building and lines one side of the Plaza Mayor behind the Rimac River.

      Plaza de Armas

      Also Plaza Mayor, located in the Historic Centre of Lima, it is surrounded by the Government Palace, Cathedral of Lima, Archbishop's Palace of Lima, the Municipal Palace, and the Palace of the Union.

      Cathedral Basilica of Lima

      A Roman Catholic cathedral located in the Plaza Mayor of downtown Lima constructed in 1535 - 1649.

      Plaza San Martin

      One of the most representative public spaces in Peru which is located in the Lima Historic Center and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. There is a monument in the center of the square in memory of Jose de Saint Martin, the liberator of Peru.

      Parque del Amor

      Lima's Love Park has coastal views, flowerbeds, colorful mosaics, sculpture of El Beso (The Kiss). It was built to celebrate love in all its forms.

      Parque Maria Reiche

      A landscape park in Lima on the Pacific coast. On the broad lawn, with the flowers planted, the main patterns of Nazca land paintings are displayed.
    Standard Hotel: Costa Del Sol
    Lunch: IncludedDinner: Included
    Day 5

    Lima - Nazca - Paracas - Pisco (581 km)

    In the early morning we will head to Nazca and see the ground painting. After lunch we will continue to Paracas. We will spend night in Pisco.
    • Nazca, PERU

      A city and system of valleys on the southern coast of Peru. The name is derived from the Nazca culture that flourished in the area between 100 BC and 800 AD.
    • Paracas, PERU

      The Paracas Peninsula is a desert peninsula within the boundaries of the Paracas National Reserve, a marine reserve which extends south along the coast. It is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    Standard Hotel: Emancipador
    Breakfast: IncludedLunch: IncludedDinner: Included
    Day 6

    Pisco - Paracas - Lima (233 km)

    We will visit Paracas natural reserve where we will take a yacht tour (about 1 hour tour) and see seabirds, sea lions, small penguins, etc. Then we will return to Lima and arrived at the Lima City for sightseeing of Plaza San Martin, Plaza Mayor. After dinner, rest at the hotel.

    If the weather causes such as too much wind and waves make the boat unable to drive, the trip will be changed to go to visit the Paracas National Reserve. Ultraviolet radiation at sea is strong, please do a good job of sunscreen; the sea breeze is big, please prepare a cold-proof coat.

    • Paracas, PERU

      The Paracas Peninsula is a desert peninsula within the boundaries of the Paracas National Reserve, a marine reserve which extends south along the coast. It is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    • Lima, PERU

      Lima, the capital city of Peru, was founded by conquistador Francisco Pizarro in 1535. This city's historic places include the National University of San Marcos, which was established in 1551 and is the oldest university in the Americas.

      Plaza San Martin

      One of the most representative public spaces in Peru which is located in the Lima Historic Center and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. There is a monument in the center of the square in memory of Jose de Saint Martin, the liberator of Peru.

      Plaza de Armas

      Also Plaza Mayor, located in the Historic Centre of Lima, it is surrounded by the Government Palace, Cathedral of Lima, Archbishop's Palace of Lima, the Municipal Palace, and the Palace of the Union.
    Standard Hotel: Costa Del Sol
    Breakfast: IncludedLunch: IncludedDinner: Included
    Day 7

    Lima - Santiago de Chile (2466 km)

    We will fly to Santiago de Chile. Then we will visit the Cerro San Cristobal, the rich area and folk handicraft village.
    • Santiago de Chile, Chile

      The capital and largest city of Chile as well as one of the largest cities in the Americas. The city has a downtown core of 19th-century neoclassical architecture and winding side-streets, dotted by art deco, neo-gothic, and other styles.

      Cerro San Cristobal

      It rises 850 m AMSL and about 300 m above the rest of Santiago; the peak is the second highest point in the city, after Cerro Renca. On its summit there is a sanctuary dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, with a 22-meter statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary, an amphitheater and a chapel.
    Standard Hotel: Hotel Icon
    Dinner: Included
    Day 8

    Santiago de Chile - Valparaiso - Vina del Mar - Santiago de Chile (200 km)

    We will head for Valparaiso. You can visit Veramonte vineyard (admission fee at your own expense). Then we will visit the city of Valparaiso where we will see the capitol building, seaport, handicraft market and mountain top observatory. Afterwards we will head to Vina del Mar. After enjoying the 10-mile long beach, the black-and-white rocks and the seals reef along the seashore, go downtown to see an Easter Island man's head. Later we will head to hotel in Santiago de Chile.
    • Valparaiso, Chile

      A major city, seaport, and educational centre in Chile. It is one of the South Pacific's most important seaports.In 2003, the historic quarter of Valparaíso was declared a United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage site.
    • Vina del Mar, Chile

      A city and commune on central Chile's Pacific coast. Visitors and locals enjoy the parks and water fountains of the city, including a large flower clock with its numbers made up of flowering plants.
    Standard Hotel: Hotel Icon
    Breakfast: IncludedLunch: IncludedDinner: Included
    Day 9

    Santiago de Chile - Iguazu (1781 km)

    Today we will fly to Iguazu, Brazil. After dinner stay in the hotel.
    Standard Hotel: Bourbon Foz Business
    Breakfast: IncludedDinner: Included
    Day 10

    Iguassu Falls - Foz do Iguacu - Rio de Janeiro (1217 km)

    We will visit Iguassu Falls in Brazil and Iguazu Bird Park in Foz do Iguacu. Later we will take flight to Rio de Janeiro.
    • Iguassu Falls, BRAZIL

      Iguazu Falls are waterfalls of the Iguazu River on the border of the Argentina province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Parani. The falls are shared by the Iguaz' National Park (Argentina) and Iguau National Park (Brazil). The two parks were designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1984 and 1987, respectively.
    • Foz do Iguacu, BRAZIL

      The city is characterized by tourism and cultural diversity. There are about 80 nationalities, being the most representative from Italy, Portugal, Lebanon, China, Paraguay and Argentina.

      Iguazu Bird Park

      The park was opened in 1994 which is set within 16 hectares of forest. Here you can find not only birds but also other animals and butterflies.
    Standard Hotel: Hotel Mirador
    Breakfast: IncludedLunch: IncludedDinner: Included
    Day 11

    Rio de Janeiro

    We will explore Rio de Janeiro by visiting Corcovado, Maracana Stadium, Monument to the Dead of World War II, Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian and Escadaria Selaron.
    • Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL

      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.

      Corcovado

      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.

      Maracana Stadium

      (Outside Visit) A football stadium opened in 1950 to host the FIFA World Cup. The Maracana was partially rebuilt in preparation for the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup, and the 2014 World Cup, for which it hosted several matches, including the final. It also served as the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2016 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.

      Monument to the Dead of World War II

      It is also the Monument to the Brazilian Soldiers of World War II which commemorates Brazil's participation and losses in the Second World War. It is located in Flamengo Park of Rio de Janeiro.

      Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian

      A remarkable departure from the usual neoclassical designs of many of the country's churches, Rio's Saint Sebastian Cathedral is incredibly modern: it resembles a cone without the tip, taking some inspiration from Mayan pyramids.

      Escadaria Selaron

      It is also known as the Selaron Steps, which is a set of world-famous steps in Rio de Janeiro. They are the work of Chilean-born artist Jorge Selarón who claimed it as "my tribute to the Brazilian people".
    Standard Hotel: Hotel Mirador
    Breakfast: IncludedLunch: Included (Brazil BBQ)Dinner: Included
    Day 12

    Rio de Janeiro - Manaus (2851 km)

    We will cruise in Guanabara Bay and spend leisure time in Copacabana Beach. Afterwards, we will take flight to Manaus.
    • Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL

      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.

      Guanabara Bay

      This bay is the largest in the world by water volume, and is surrounded to the west by Rio de Janeiro and to the east by Niteroi. More than 130 islands lie within the bay.

      Copacabana Beach

      One of the most famous balneario beach in the world which is about 4 km (2.5 miles) long.
    Standard Hotel: Tropical Manaus
    Breakfast: IncludedLunch: IncludedDinner: Included
    Day 13

    Manaus - Sao Paulo (2689 km)

    After breakfast, we will take a boat tour along the Amazon River, see the floating wharf, overlook the scenery of both sides of Manaus, appreciate the miracle of the confluence of the Negro and Soliman rivers. Arrange for lunch at the local restaurant at noon. Walk the trestle bridge to see the emperor lotus, take a boat tour along the river course (during the dry season of mid September-December when the boat can not be carried out, we will have a forest ramble), fishing for piranha, watch Indian dancing. Then we will take flight to Sao Paulo. Upon arrival, stay in the hotel for rest.
    Standard Hotel: Novotel Jaragua Sao Paulo
    Breakfast: IncludedLunch: Included (fish meal)Dinner: Included
    Day 14

    Sao Paulo

    We will visit Sao Paulo City in the morning: visit the Royal Garden and the Palace Museum (under renovation, outside visit only). Then we will go to see the Monument to Independence in Independence Square. Travel to the Pioneer Statue and the Hero Monument near the State Council, Sao Paulo Theatre, Sao Paulo Cathedral. After lunch, transfer to airport.
    • Sao Paulo, BRAZIL

      Sao Paulo is a municipality in the Southeast Region of Brazil. The metropolis is an alpha global city and the most populous city in Brazil, the Western Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere, besides being the largest Portuguese-speaking city in the world.

      Sao Paulo Cathedral

      The construction of the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Sao Paulo , began in 1913 in Neo-Gothic style and ended four decades later. Despite having a Renaissance-styled dome, the Cathedral is considered by some to be the 4th largest neo-gothic cathedral in the world.

      Theatro Municipal

      A large theatre in Sao Paulo, Brazil, was opened in 1911. It is currently one of the landmarks of Sao Paulo.
    Breakfast: IncludedLunch: Included
    • Price Includes

    • Economy class air tickets and taxes on flights taken during the trip
    • 13 nights hotel accommodations
    • All domestic ground transportation
    • Admission fee to regular scenic spots on the itinerary
    • Overseas professional tour guide service and local full-time driver and director service fee
    • Meals specified in the itinerary
    • 1 bottle of mineral water per person per day
    • Price Excludes

    • Air fares between your city and the departure city.
    • Business class or first class fare for flights during the trip
    • Passport, visa and all certificate fees
    • Entry and exit baggage customs duties, overweight baggage consignment fees, management fees, etc.
    • Driver guides work 9 hours a day. If there is overtime service, please consult with the guide and pay the service fee by yourself.
    • Personal room fees, such as laundry or valet services, telephone calls, or alcoholic beverages/ mini bar items, unless they are otherwise specified.
    • Personal Insurance
    • Any private expenses
    • Additional Note

    • This tour requires at least 10 passengers to operate.
    • Manaus, Brazil, is in the dry season from the end of October to December. The water level is not allowed to explore tributaries by boat. We will arrange a hiking trip in the jungle.
    • Iguazu Falls motorboat is divided into two types: dry and wet. The wet type can feel the magnificence of the waterfall at close distance, but it will wet the clothes. If you want to choose wet type waterfall, please prepare the replacement clothes in advance so as not to cause a cold.
    • Visa: U.S. visa is required. Holder of a valid U.S. visa with a validity period of more than 6 months can enter Chile, Peru exempted from visa who only needs to apply for Brazil sticker and Argentina e-visa; If there is a time when Argentina's e-visa is processed or the relevant application website is blocked, it may be changed to a visa sticker.
    • In order to ensure that you can check in smoothly, please control the weight of your checked baggage to less than 20 kg/piece, one check-in baggage per person, and the weight of your hand baggage to less than 8 kg. Overweight baggage charges are for your own account.
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    • Cancellation of Orders and Penalty
      Guests who do not take part in group tours for personal reasons will not be refunded. If they wish to transfer to the follow-up departure date, they need to pay the price difference after deducting the non-refundable fees (air tickets, etc.). Since all tickets, accommodation, car use, tickets for scenic spots, meals and other items in the group itinerary are packaged and sold by the travel agency as a whole (including gift items), if the guest fails to visit due to his own reasons or force majeure, he will be regarded as giving up automatically, and the travel agency will not be able to refund the fee.
    • After the order is completed, if the schedule is affected by the lack of timely visa processing due to the customer's own reasons or problems in providing information (including passport), and if the visa is refused or the entry or exit is not allowed by the relevant authorities, the relevant responsibilities and expenses shall be borne by the customer himself.
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    • On Flights:
      (1) There are many temporary changes in Latin America, such as delays and cancellations of flights. It is suggested that you take artificial access when entering or leaving the country.
      (2) Latin America has a long journey and many flights. If a flight is delayed or cancelled, the leader will assist you in the process of re-signing. The final result will be based on the ticket issued at the airport counter.
      (3) In order to ensure that you can check in smoothly, please control the weight of your checked baggage to less than 20 kg/piece, one check-in baggage per person, and the weight of your hand baggage to less than 8 kg. Overweight baggage charges are for your own account.
      (4) Due to the lax management of airports in Latin America (or for other reasons), the phenomenon of baggage delay or loss is serious. When carrying checked baggage, you must use the suitcase with lock or password, and do not carry any bags, trolleys and other easily opened baggage. It is strictly forbidden to put cash and valuables in the suitcase for checking.
      (5) In case of baggage delay or loss, the leader will assist you in handling relevant procedures, finding baggage, and making claims to relevant departments and carrier airlines. Neither the leader nor our company shall be liable for compensation.
      (6) If the subsequent itinerary arrangement is affected by the flight change, our company has the right to adjust the itinerary within a reasonable range according to the actual situation. If it involves increasing access services, the cost will be borne by tourists.
    • About Hotels:
      (1) Latin American hotel single room is not necessarily a large bed room. In addition, there are no water heaters in the hotel. If you have to drink hot water, please bring your own kettle. At the same time, the hotel does not provide disposable appliances, please bring your own slippers and toiletries;
      (2) Hotels and ground vehicles are booked and paid 30 days before the departure. According to the regulations of Latin American hotels and fleets, no cancellation or refund for any reason is accepted for the bookings that have been paid. For Peruvian hotels, an additional 18% tax will be required if cancelled due to customers.
      (3) After checking in, please keep your room card, check whether the facilities in the room (bathroom facilities, remote control, towels, bath towels, etc.) are damaged and report to the hotel in time, so as to avoid unnecessary trouble when checking out. Hair dyeing guests should bring a towel, pillow towel or wait until the hair is dry before falling asleep, in order to avoid dyeing the hotel pillow;
      (4) When using room items, please first confirm whether they are free of charge. For non-free items, please see the bid price.
      (5) After entering or leaving the hotel, please close the door and lock the doors and windows properly. Do not open the door or let strangers enter the room casually in order to avoid causing losses.
      (6) According to international practice and the relevant regulations of Latin American hotels, smoking is not allowed in public areas such as hotel rooms and lobbies. If found to be in violation of this regulation, the hotel will charge a fine of at least $200 according to local conditions and may have to bear corresponding legal responsibilities. Tourists who smoke should pay special attention to it.
      (7) There is no international star rating for Latin American hotels. Hotel check-in time is usually after 15:00 p.m., check-out time is before 12:00 p.m.
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    • Visitors to South America and the Caribbean should be vaccinated against yellow fever at least 10 days in advance. When entering the country, they should show the valid certificate of yellow fever vaccination.
    • Because of the compact travel and fatigue, the elderly over 60 years old are advised to provide health certificates and increase their own high-level insurance.

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