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Best of South America: Lima to Rio de Janeiro

Duration
15 Days
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This South America tour takes you from the ancient ruins of Peru to Rio’s fabulous beaches. Along the way, marvel at the incredible Iguassu Falls, and tango the night away in Buenos Aires.


This 15-day trip gives you just a taste of South America’s favourite cities and attractions, starting with historic ruins of the Sacred Valley, and ending in the continent’s most famous beach city.

Shake off any jetlag with a night in Lima, then fly to Cusco to begin exploring the lands of the former Inca Empire. Roaming the Sacred Valley, take a short visit to a conservation project where you can see pumas, condors, and aras, before visiting the Urubamba market. The following day is yours to explore the Valley as you wish. Available tours and excursions include Pisac Market, the terraces and salt mines of Moray and Maras, biking, river rafting, or hiking through the Andes to the town of Ollantaytambo.

The highlight of this region is of course Machu Picchu, the fabled lost city of the Incas, which you’ll reach via train. The exact purpose of this stunning citadel remains a mystery, for the most part. But you’ll gain some insight into it as you enjoy a guided visit of the ruins before returning to Cusco. The ancient Inca capital itself is considered the cultural heartbeat of Peru. You’ll visit the exact centre of the old empire, the Plaza de Armas, and some of the surrounding ruins. A full afternoon at leisure lets you pick up any sights you’ve missed, or browse the markets for souvenirs.

Journey from Cusco to Puno, stopping in at some of the highest villages in the Andes before settling into your accommodation. The following day is devoted to Lake Titicaca. You’ll visit the Uros floating islands, where the traditions of the local Aymara Indians still thrive, and visit Taquile Island before flying back to Lima. The long underrated Peruvian capital is finally starting to get the recognition it deserves. Take a sightseeing tour to gain an appreciation of its stunning architecture, and visit the Rafael Larco Herrera Archaeological Museum, which holds approximately 45,000 pieces of pre-Colombian Peruvian art.

Fly to Iguassu Falls, one of South America’s most impressive natural sights. The world’s ‘widest sheet of falling water’ is in fact up to 275 separate waterfalls (depending on the season), which offer a spectacular marker between Brazil and Argentina. Nowhere is this more spectacular than at the Devil’s Throat, where fourteen falls come together, plummeting 350 feet to create a permanent 100-foot cloud of mist. Both the Brazilian and Argentinean sides of the falls feature walking tracks that showcase the falls from many different angles, while giving you a chance to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding jungle.

Land in Buenos Aires and take a city tour to the city’s most famous sights including the Plaza de Mayo, Casa Rosada, Cabildo, San Telmo district, colourful La Boca, and chic Recoleta. You’ll end the tour at the Recoleta Cemetry, where Eva Peron is interred. If you wish, book an optional tour to Tigre, playground of BA’s well-to-do. Otherwise, keep exploring this ‘Paris of the South,’ perhaps visiting the Museum of Latin American Art, the vast gardens of Palermo, or return to one of the neighbourhoods you visited on the tour for a closer look (San Telmo is highly recommended for a taste of ‘traditional’ Buenos Aires).

From tango to samba, your final stop is Rio de Janeiro, the waterside jewel among Brazilian cities. Board the cog train to the summit of the Corcovado, where Christ the Redeemer looks out over the Marvelous City. Then take a tour through Rio de Janeiro’s historic downtown, seeing the famous Lapa aqueduct, Municipal Theatre, Fine Arts Museum, and the Sambadrome, where it all happens on Carnival night! You’ll also take in Rio’s other great view, from Sugar Loaf Mountain in the Urca district. In the evening, you have the option of a Rio by night show that draws from local folklore to create a spectacular display of dance, music, and costumes – a little taste of Carnival at any time of year!


 

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Duration
15 Days
Prices From:
US$ 3,088

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Day 1

Arrive Lima

Arrival at the airport in Lima, where you will be welcomed by an English speaking guide and then transferred to your hotel for Check-in.

Duration1 Night
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La Hacienda Hotel and Casino

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    La Hacienda Hotel and Casino



    La Hacienda Hotel and Casino is located strategically in the Miraflores suburb, 20 minutes away from the airport. It is an area where you can find a Pre-Columbian tomb, the best handicrafts' shops of Lima, and small historic streets that have survived modern age. It ...

    La Hacienda Hotel and Casino is located strategically in the Miraflores suburb, 20 minutes away from the airport. It is an area where you can find a Pre-Columbian tomb, the best handicrafts' shops of Lima, and small historic streets that have survived modern age. It is a perfect place for tourists looking for new experiences, and also for business executives wanting to stay in a key area of the city.

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    • Bar(s)
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    • Internet Access
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Day 2

Lima to Cusco to Yucay

Today you will transfer to the airport for the flight to Cusco (not included).

Upon arrival you will start the tour with a visit to Chinchero community located 28 km away from Cusco. Here are the remains of what was the royal hacienda of Tupac Inca Yupanqui, as well as beautiful colonial temples built on Inca's foundations. However, its main attraction is its Sunday market originally dedicated to the people of the valley to barter their products. This colourful and lively market still fascinates people with its variety of handicrafts and textiles made in true pre-Columbian style.

Then you will be transferred to "El Mirador de Racchi" where you will have a splendid view of the Sacred Valley. Afterwards you will enjoy a typical lunch, followed by the transfer to your hotel.

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Duration2 Nights
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Sonesta Posada Del Inca Yucay

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    Sonesta Posada Del Inca Yucay



    Located in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas and surrounded by beautiful gardens, the Sonesta Posada del Inca Yucay is a former 18th century colonial-style monastery. This charming 84-room posada is a one-hour drive from the ancient Inca capital of Cusco and ...

    Located in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas and surrounded by beautiful gardens, the Sonesta Posada del Inca Yucay is a former 18th century colonial-style monastery. This charming 84-room posada is a one-hour drive from the ancient Inca capital of Cusco and close to Machu Picchu. The area's year-round warm weather is ideal for hiking, rafting, horseback riding and other outdoor activities.

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    • Business Centre
    • Conference Facilities
    • Currency Exchange
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service

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Day 3

Exploring the Sacred Valley

The morning is at leisure. Optional tours can be booked through your local representatives (own expense).

Optional: Moray and Maras (4h)
The excursion starts with the visit to Moray, a little Andean community which is famous for its embedded amphitheater, formed by four circular terraces which seem to disappear into the interior of the puna, like an artificial crater. Evidences seem to suggest that Moray was an important Inca agricultural research center. Finally, you will be transferred to visit the Salt Mines of Maras. With the salt which is tapped by exposing salt water that bubbles to the surface from a spring called Qoripujio in men-made wells to the sun, people earn their living. The view of this complex of nearly 3,000 wells is spectacular. The local people demonstrate the ancient techniques to visitors, even allowing you to participate.
(Visits are not recommended during the rainy season - November to April)

Optional: Urubamba River Rafting (3h, 1h and a half in the river)
Passengers will be picked up from their hotels to be transferred to Pachar in the Sacred Valley of the Incas where their guide will be waiting for them ready with all the equipment. Here passengers will receive rafting equipment and a safety briefing (toilet facilities and changing rooms available). After a brief practice on the flat parts of the river, you will start your journey on easy waters while admiring the spectacular views of the mountains and archaeological remains. Afterwards continue towards Ollantaytambo and its amazing Inca terraces. At that time you will experience class 2-3 rapids, to finish with "El Resbaladero" (The Slide), a strong class 3 rapid that includes waves and small whirlpools. Then reach your river take out located in the community of Cachiccata (Toilets available) just 10 minutes by car from Ollantaytambo.

Optional: Biking at the Sacred Valley: Yanahuara (4h, 2h and a half of biking)
You will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to Paucarbamba Bridge. Here you will receive a safety briefing and will adjust your bikes for the ride. Go through a trail following the Urubamba river, the sacred river of the Incas, until you reach the town of Pachar. From here take an easy descend through an ancient Inca trail that passes through farming fields and Inca terraces until you will get to the Inca bridge.

Optional: Hiking, Ollantaytambo - Cachicata (3h)
Early in the morning, you will be picked you up from your hotel, on the way admire the imposing Urubamba range, along with potato fields to Ollantaytambo where your hike will begin at the Inca Bridge over the Vilcanota River. The hike starts going up an Inca trail through terraces and tombs, until reaching the base of one of the most important mountains of the area, the Apu Buena Negra, a granite geological formation. From this area you have an impressive view of the Verónica Mountain, one of the most important in the Urubamba range, as well as a great view of the Pakaritampu pyramid, based on the agricultural terraces, and the town of Ollantaytambo and its fortress. Here enjoy your box lunch, followed by your descent while you admire breathtaking views in the Sacred Valley of the Incas and its beautiful typical little houses, and its green corn fields, crossed and irrigated by the sacred river of the Incas. The hike ends at "El Rancho" in the nice community of Cachiccata's. The houses in this community were built on stone foundations, using adobes (mud bricks) to build houses of only one or two stories high, all with roofs made of straw. Transportation will wait for you in the community of Cachiccata, to take us to your hotel in Cusco or the Sacred Valley, or straight to the train station where you will take the train to Machu Picchu or just back to your hotel.

In the afternoon you will visit the famous Ollantaytambo Ruins, a typical Inca community. Towering above the town of Ollantaytambo there is the huge Inca fortress of Ollantaytambo. Steep stone terraces rising from the edge of the town lead up to the fortress ruins at the top of the hill. A stone stairway leads up through the terrace walls, allowing visitors to step out on them. One of the best-preserved areas lies north of the Hanan Huacaypata square: an area of 15 blocks of houses built on top of carved stone walls.

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Day 4

Yucay to Machu Picchu to Cusco

Transfer by bus to the train station of Ollantaytambo where you board a train that goes through the fertile plain of the Urubamba valley and on to Aguas Calientes. From there, small busses drive up the steep mountain to the ruin town.

Machu Picchu called the Lost City of the Incas, this cultural heritage of mankind is a beautifully located impressive stone city constructed with a technique incredible for its era and even for present times. Stone upon stone, fitted together perfectly without any cement, with impressive delicacy, exquisite detail and discrimination worthy of the world's greatest palaces. There are many theories about Machu Picchu, but one thing is for sure - it is one of the most impressive sites in the world.

Enjoy a guided visit of around 2 hours of the ruins and return by bus and train to Ollantaytambo station. Transfer to your hotel in Cusco.

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Duration2 Nights
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Eco Inn

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    The Eco Inn is located just blocks from the main square of the city and just in front of the largest craft market in Cusco. The hotel offers 167 comfortable and spacious guest rooms.

    The Eco Inn is located just blocks from the main square of the city and just in front of the largest craft market in Cusco. The hotel offers 167 comfortable and spacious guest rooms.

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    • Business Centre
    • Day Spa
    • Internet Access
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service

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Day 5

Exploring Cusco

Today begins with a half day city tour. You will be shown the exact centre of the Incan Empire, the Plaza de Armas. There one can find the cathedral built on the ruins of the ancient Inca Palace. The cathedral borders on other churches on both sides. Next stop will be the old town with its magnificent renovated colonial buildings; some of them are being used as hotels. Proceed to Sacsayhuaman, a ruin site located approximately 3 km above Cusco. Sacsayhuaman also offers a fabulous view over the city. Afterwards visit the surrounding ruins.

To protect the historic center of Cusco, no vehicles are allowed to drive to the main square anymore. During the City Tour, a 15-20 minute walk takes place from Quorikancha to the Plaza de Armas and then a 5-minute walk to the square Regocijo where the passengers will be picked up again.

The afternoon is at leisure.

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Day 6

Cusco to Puno

A full day bus tour from Cusco to Puno leads through the Peruvian highland along snow-covered peaks of the Andes, small villages and reaches its highest point in La Raya at 4,300 m above sea level. On route you will visit the town of Andahuaylillas, the ruins of Racchi and the small town of Pucara. Lunch in a typical restaurant enroute is included. Upon arrival in Puno you will be transferred to your hotel.

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Duration1 Night
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Jose Antonio Puno

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    Jose Antonio Puno



    The Jose Antonio Puno is located on the shores of Lake Titicaca just 10 minutes outside the city. Enjoy staying near the Sacred Lake of the Incas from the 106 comfortable guest rooms.

    The Jose Antonio Puno is located on the shores of Lake Titicaca just 10 minutes outside the city. Enjoy staying near the Sacred Lake of the Incas from the 106 comfortable guest rooms.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Business Centre
    • Concierge
    • Conference Facilities
    • Currency Exchange
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Medical Services
    • Restaurant(s)
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Day 7

Puno to Lima

Today you have a full day excursion on Lake Titicaca to visit the Uros floating islands. The Aymara Indians build their houses over floating artificial islands on the waters of the Titicaca. Continue to Taquile Island where you find numerous pre-Inca and Inca ruins and Inca terracing. The island is narrow, only about 1km wide, but 6-7km long. The people here still wear their traditional clothes and there is a co-operative shop on the Plaza where one can buy woollen goods of very fine quality. Lunch at Taquile Island is included. Transfer from you hotel to the airport of Juliaca for your flight to Lima (not included) and on arrival transfer to your hotel.

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Duration2 Nights
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La Hacienda Hotel and Casino

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    La Hacienda Hotel and Casino



    La Hacienda Hotel and Casino is located strategically in the Miraflores suburb, 20 minutes away from the airport. It is an area where you can find a Pre-Columbian tomb, the best handicrafts' shops of Lima, and small historic streets that have survived modern age. It ...

    La Hacienda Hotel and Casino is located strategically in the Miraflores suburb, 20 minutes away from the airport. It is an area where you can find a Pre-Columbian tomb, the best handicrafts' shops of Lima, and small historic streets that have survived modern age. It is a perfect place for tourists looking for new experiences, and also for business executives wanting to stay in a key area of the city.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Business Centre
    • Internet Access
    • Restaurant(s)

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Day 8

Lima City Tour

In the afternoon you will explore the city with a sightseeing tour through Lima. The Plaza de Armas with the beautiful buildings of the government Palace, the town hall, the Palace of the archbishop and the cathedral are still the most important places in town. After that you will visit the beautiful San Francisco monastery which displays the largest collection of religious art in America. The highlight of this convent is the visit of the underground vaults known as "catacumbas" or catacombs.

Proceed through the modern districts of San Isidro and Miraflores and to the Coastline enjoying the view over the beaches of Lima and the Pacific Ocean.

Afterwards enjoy a guided visit of one of the Lima's most noted museums, the Rafael Larco Herrera Archaeological Museum which houses the world's largest private collection of Peruvian pre-Columbian Art. Mr. Rafael Larco Hoyle founded the museum on July 28, 1926, in the Chiclin sugar estate in Trujillo, naming it as his father as an expression of filial homage. In 1958 he moved the collection to Lima, installing the Museum in a Colonial house in the district of Pueblo Libre, where it currently functions. This locale was adapted to the characteristics style of the 18th century Colonial houses from Trujillo. The approximate 45,000 objects of the collection have been exhibited to the public in the Permanent Hall, Jewelry Vault and the Classified Storage Area ever since. The Halls of the Larco Museum are organized by subjects. The Metals, Ceramics, the Stones, the Culture, the Great Jewelry Vault and Textile Halls emphasize the technological aspects by Pre-Columbian cultures. Finally the World's unique Erotic Hall gives us a glimpse of the fascinating sexual life of ancient Peruvians.

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Day 9

Lima to Iguassu

Transfer from the hotel to the airport of Lima for your flight to Iguassu (not included) and transfer to the hotel.

Iguassu - one of the biggest wonders of nature in South America: located amidst a sub-tropical forest in the triangle of Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil, a gigantic row of waterfalls goes down into the river Iguassu.

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Duration2 Nights
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Recanto Park Hotel

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    Recanto Park Hotel



    The Recanto Park Hotel is an ideal place to stay for the leisure traveller, whether you are travelling as a couple or a family there is something for you to do or see. The hotel is close to Omar Ibn Al-Khattab Mosque, Guarani Forest Zoological ...

    The Recanto Park Hotel is an ideal place to stay for the leisure traveller, whether you are travelling as a couple or a family there is something for you to do or see. The hotel is close to Omar Ibn Al-Khattab Mosque, Guarani Forest Zoological Park, and Cataratas JL Shopping Mall. Local attractions also include Monjolo Park and Friendship Bridge. The hotel has 195 guest rooms and 5 suites.

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    • Sauna
    • Volleyball

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Day 10

Iguassu

Leave your hotel on the Brazilian side by motor coach and cross the Iguassu National Park towards the Brazilian Falls. Walk along the paths following the cascades and then along the catwalk which leads you very close to the bottom of the Devil's Throat. Enjoy the magnificent views. Afterwards take an elevator to go back up to the road, and there you will board the motor coach which will take you to the Argentinean side of the falls.

Make a short stop at the Visitor's Centre and proceed from there along the Inferior Circuit, the down-river falls, to the Superior Circuit and the up-river cascades. The Ecological Jungle Train leads you to the most impressive observation point of the falls - The Devil's Throat. After your visit transfer to your hotel on the Brazilian side of the falls.

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Day 11

Iguassu to Buenos Aires

Transfer from your hotel to the airport for the flight to Buenos Aires (Not included). Upon arrival in Buenos Aires you will be transferred to your hotel.

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Duration2 Nights
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Hotel Broadway Suites

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    Hotel Broadway Suites



    Less than a block from the iconic Obelisk of Buenos Aires, this polished hotel in the buzzing Centro district is a 2-minute walk from Carlos Pellegrini metro station and a 5-minute walk from the Teatro Colon opera house.

    Less than a block from the iconic Obelisk of Buenos Aires, this polished hotel in the buzzing Centro district is a 2-minute walk from Carlos Pellegrini metro station and a 5-minute walk from the Teatro Colon opera house.

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    • Fitness Centre
    • Outdoor Pool (Seasonal)
    • Pool
    • Spa
    • Sundeck
    • Terrace

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Day 12

Buenos Aires

After breakfast you will visit the most important sites during a city tour. You will drive to the Plaza de Mayo, with the Casa Rosada, the pink house, seat of the government, the Cabildo (town hall) and the Metropolitan Cathedral, home of the Archbishop of Buenos Aires. The tour goes onto the district San Telmo. Until 1888 this part of the city was a river port, today San Telmo is one of the most modern and desired places to live in Buenos Aires. The worker district La Boca is famous for its colourful tin-houses and its history as living district of Italian seamen and dock workers in the 19th century. The Barrio Norte called Recoleta is the quarter of the rich of Buenos Aires. On the cemetery of Recoleta one will find the grave of Eva Duarte who became famous as Evita Peron. Continue along the widest avenue in the world, the Avenida 9 de Julio, and continue to the Plaza Lavalle with the Federal Court of Justice and the Teatro Colon, to Palermo with its parks and gardens. Return to the hotel the rest of the day is at leisure.

The below optional tours can be booked through your local representatives (own expense).

Optional: half day Tigre Tour. From your hotel you will drive along the Northern residential districts of the city, until getting to San Isidro, a colonial and aristocratic area. You will see the mansions and houses in front of the River Plate. You will continue the driving to Tigre, a charming area near Buenos Aires city where a great number of summer residences, yacht clubs and rowing clubs attract the week-end activity of many "portenos". The Tigre Delta with its rivers, streams and numerous green islands is one of the most attractive areas for visitors. The continuous sediment of the Parana River, which gives the river and estuary their particular brownish-red color, forms the Delta islands. Enjoy a boat excursion (1 hour) along the innumerable channels of the Parana-Delta to see some of the hundreds of islands covered with luxuriant vegetation. Drive back to the city to your hotel via the Panamericana highway.

Optional: A Tango Show including dinner at the Restaurant Viejo Almacen.

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Day 13

Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro

Transfer from the hotel to the airport for the flight to Rio de Janeiro (not included). Arrival in Rio and transfer to the hotel.

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Duration2 Nights
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Windsor Plaza Copacabana

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    Windsor Plaza Copacabana



    The Windsor Plaza Copacabana is an ideal place to stay for a leisure or business traveller. The hotel is perfectly located, within walking distance from the beach, cinemas, shopping malls, and theatres. Surrounded by Copacabana's exciting night life, it offers easy and fast access to ...

    The Windsor Plaza Copacabana is an ideal place to stay for a leisure or business traveller. The hotel is perfectly located, within walking distance from the beach, cinemas, shopping malls, and theatres. Surrounded by Copacabana's exciting night life, it offers easy and fast access to downtown (10 minutes), to the domestic airport (10 minutes), and to Rio's international airport (20 minutes). Guest rooms and suites have been designed to meet the most demanding expectations and provide the maximum comfort for your stay.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Business Centre
    • Conference Facilities
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Sauna

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Day 14

Rio de Janeiro

Leaving the hotel and proceeding as far as Cosme Velho Station to board a cog-train or a van for the ride through Tijuca Forest up Corcovado Mountain at 748 m (2,454 ft) high. The train ride takes 20 minutes and is a wonderful opportunity for a closer look at the forest's lush tropical vegetation and to enjoy scenic landscapes of the beaches and city. Disembarking at the top of Corcovado and then proceeding up the steps that lead to the top lookout where the towering statue of Christ the Redeemer stands. After appreciating the breathtaking view unfolding below, passengers will descend by train. The tour proceeds passing by Rio's world-famous beaches as far as Urca District to board a cable car for a two-staged ascent up Sugar Loaf Mountain at 390 m (1,280 ft) high. Then coming down and proceeding along Guanabara Bay and Flamengo Park as far as downtown. Visit downtown area, passing by the financial and business centre and by other attractions such as the Candelaria Church, Saint Sebastian Cathedral, Lapa Arches, Municipal Theatre, National Library, Fine Arts Museum, and by the Sambadrome, site of Rio's famous Carnival parade.

The below optional tour can be booked through your local representatives (own expense).

Optional: Rio by night - Show in the evening
Visit a folklore and Carnival show featuring skilled dancers, entertainers, samba bands and wonderful costumes in a wonderful display of Brazilian folklore and Carnival.

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Day 15

Depart Rio de Janeiro

You will be transferred to the airport for your international flight back home (not included).

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DEPARTURES: 

2018: Jan 20; Feb 17; Mar 3, 31; Apr 7; May 12, 19; Jun 9; Jul 14; Aug 18; Sep 8, 22; Oct 13; Nov 24 

PRICE INCLUDES:

  • Accommodation as indicated in itinerary
  • Touring as indicated in itinerary
  • Local English speaking guides
  • All transfers as indicated
  • Meals as indicated
  • Entrance Fees

PRICE EXCLUDES:

  • Travel insurance
  • International and domestic airfare & airfare taxes
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Vaccination Costs
  • Airport departure taxes
  • Border taxes or fees
  • Meals and beverages not mentioned
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature

OTHER INFORMATION:

Minimum 2 – Maximum of 16 passengers

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please inquire.

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