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Signature South America: Holiday of a Lifetime

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17 Days
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Experience three distinctly different countries with their many amazing attractions, Brazil, Argentina and Peru. Start off in Brazil’s most colourful city, Rio de Janeiro, the Samba capital.


Enjoy the breathtaking views from the top of Corcovado Mountain and have a cable car ride up Sugar Loaf Mountain enjoying more exceptional views. See how the local Cariocas spend their time on the world renowned exotic beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema. One day will be spent travelling into the mountainous hinterland beyond Rio to the city of Petropolis, the summer retreat of Brazilian emperors with its old mansions and charming squares.

Then it’s on to Iguassu Falls which border Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. Stay on the Brazilian side but take in the outstanding panoramic views from both the Brazilian and Argentinian sides for spectacular views of this natural phenomenon. Consider and optional helicopter ride to enhance your experience.

Then head south to Argentina’s cosmopolitan capital, Buenos Aires with its wide boulevards and sophisticated neighborhoods. Get to know some of these with visits to the colourful La Boca district where the Tango originated and upscale Recoleta, home to the extraordinary and unique mausoleums found in the local cemetery including the one housing the grave of Eva (Evita) Peron. The ever present tango is part of your BA experience - you will have dinner at a local café featuring a first class tango show. Also find out why Argentinian wines are so special with a wine tasting paired with local cheeses plus stop for a coffee at the oldest café in the country. Your stay will be completed with a trip to a traditional hacienda outside the city to have not only a demonstration of Gaucho skills but also to enjoy traditional folk songs and dances accompanied by a typical Argentine grill with local wines.

Fly north west to Lima, the colonial capital city of Peru. Here you will get to know the neighbourhoods of Miraflores with its views of the Pacific Ocean and San Isidro where you will visit the pre-Inca pyramid of Huaca Huallamarca as well as explore the historical centre of Lima. This includes walking through old streets lined with attractive colonial mansions and a visit to the 16th Century Santo Domingo Covent with its crypts containing ancient Peruvian saints. All this is followed by a special visit to a private home to view a unique collection of pre-Inca ceramics and textiles.

A short flight brings you to the colourful city of Cusco, the ancient capital of the Inca Empire with its mixture of Spanish and Incan influences. A highlight will be a walking tour through the streets of Cusco taking in a temple, a palace, a museum featuring exhibits about the Inca civilization and a visit to the San Blas neighbourhood to see local artisans at work. Another day, you will have an interesting demonstration of preparing traditional Andes dishes followed by the wonderful experience of watching the sunset at Sacsayhuaman, an ancient citadel from the Inca period on the outskirts of Cusco while enjoying snacks and sparkling wine to complete your evening.

A day will be spent in the Sacred Valley, a region in Peru's Andean highlands which once formed the heart of the Inca Empire. Stretching roughly 60 kilometres/38 miles, it includes the Spanish colonial towns of Ollytaytambo with its Inca connections and Pisac known for its Sunday handicraft market and hilltop Incan citadel.

Peru’s jewel in the crown of course is Machu Picchu, the mysterious and hidden Incan city set high in the Andes Mountains built in the 15th century and later abandoned. Spend an overnight here and fully explore this amazing archaeological site.

Then, it’s back to Lima for a further stay which includes a visit to the renowned Larco where chronological galleries provide an excellent overview of 3000 years of Peruvian pre-Columbian history.


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Duration
17 Days
Prices From:
US$ 8,999

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Day 1

Arrive Rio de Janiero, Brazil

Travel from your hometown for your flight to Brazi and your first stop in Rio de Janeiro. On arrival into Rio, you are met and transferred to our hotel. Meet your Goway Tour Director and the rest of the group this evening.

Duration3 Nights
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Windsor Atlantica Copacabana

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    Windsor Atlantica Copacabana



    Windsor Atlantica is an ideal place to stay on a leisure holiday. The property is located in front of the very beautiful sea of Copacabana, five minutes to the Beach of Ipanema and close to two shopping malls, cinemas, theatres, fashionable restaurants and lively bars. ...

    Windsor Atlantica is an ideal place to stay on a leisure holiday. The property is located in front of the very beautiful sea of Copacabana, five minutes to the Beach of Ipanema and close to two shopping malls, cinemas, theatres, fashionable restaurants and lively bars. The hotel has easy access to the main tourist spots and to the two airports of Rio de Janeiro. The Windsor Atlantica is a 39 floor, 545 room hotel designed for comfort and quality.

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Day 2

Rio de Janeiro

Explore Rio’s famous sites an encompassing city tour.

Passing by some of Rio’s most famous beaches, we stop at the Cosme Velho Station to board a cog-train for the 20 minute ride through Tijuca Forest up Corcovado Mountain. Ascend through the forest lush tropical vegetation and to enjoy scenic landscapes of the beaches and city below. Disembarking at the top of Corcovado, you are wowed by both the omniprescence of the towering statue of Christ the Redeemer, and the purely incredible views.

The great views and photo opportunities continue with the two-staged cable car ascent up Sugar Loaf Mountain. From here you have a closer look at the city’s magical coastline and beaches. We tour through old town Rio and stop for a buffer lunch at a traditional salon, the Confeitaria Colombo.

Cap of this epic day with dinner at Chef Orini’s Hotel Cipraini Restaurant. Known as one of the best restaurants in Rio, and named after the finest hotel in Venice, this award-winning restaurant offers exceptional Northern Italian cuisine. Chef Luca Orini’s vibrant menu combines the best in Brazilian and Italian ingredients. Innovative dishes sit alongside classic recipes that have been in Orini’s family for generations

CHEF´S TABLE

Located in the heart of the restaurant, the Chef’s Table is one of the most exclusive fine-dining adventures in Rio. Guests to follow Chef Orini as he prepares an array of dishes inspired by the day’s freshest ingredients. This special menu is paired with carefully selected wines.

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Day 3

Day trip to Petropolis

A short jaunt away is the imperial retreat Petropolis, a well preserved historic city in the cool mountains outside of Rio.

Take the scenic drive up Serra dos Orgaos, a forested mountain range just outside of Rio, and cut through mountains and valleys into this historical town.

Spend the day exploring the imperial palace of Dom Pedro II, taking in the gothic architecture of the catherdral, and touring along that charming city’s highlights, such as the old mansions and charming square.

Break for lunch at a lake front restaurant in front the impressive Quitandinha Palace.

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Day 4

Rio to Iguassu Falls – Brazilian Side

Travel south to one of the most spectacular natural wonders of the world - Iguassu Falls. Taller and twice as wide as Niagara Falls, with 275 cascades over nearly two miles of the Iguassu River, the falls are actually within view and a stone’s throw away from our world-class acommodation at the Belmond Hotel.

Embark on a guided walk along the catwalks that run along the Brazilian side of the falls. The trail starts right from the Das Cataratas Hotel, and winds down towards the river’s edge and the falls themselves. Observe some of the local wildlife but be awe-struck by the Iguassu Falls themselves. At the end of the trail, and elevator provides a speedier access to a viewing platform at the foot of the falls.

This evening we take in a colourful South American cultural show at Rafain Churrascaria, known for their buffet-style Brazilian fare, this restaurant is an institution. Witness the well-produced show with traditional local song and dance from throughout South America, with of course a Brazilian flare.

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Duration2 Nights
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Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas

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    Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas is the only hotel located within the Iguassu National Park, with the world famous Iguassu Falls just a two minute stroll away. As the only hotel within the national park, guests are able to enjoy exclusive access to the falls each ...

    Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas is the only hotel located within the Iguassu National Park, with the world famous Iguassu Falls just a two minute stroll away. As the only hotel within the national park, guests are able to enjoy exclusive access to the falls each morning before the park opens. There is a selection of rooms and suites to choose from.

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Day 5

Iguassu Falls – Argentina Side

Cross into Argentina and spend time exploring the falls from a different point of view, surrounded by a lush subtropical rainforest.

Iguazú National Park —a total of 55,500 hectares— bears the name of the river serving as northern border, which means ‘great waters’ in the Guarani language. On different footbridges, we will visit the heart of the waterfalls, appreciating them from different angles. We will visit on the upper circuit; stop at different viewpoints along the way, and then reach the balcony at Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat). No doubt, this is the most amazing of all falls: water falls down from 80 meters.

In the afternoon upon return to our hotel in Brazil, there is also a chance to take an optional helicopter tour over the falls, explore the natural wonder even further close up nearby your hotel, or, for the adventurous, get wet and up close on a motor boat ride towards the base of the falls themselves.

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Day 6

Iguassu Falls to Buenos Aires

We travel onward to the cosmopolitan capital, Buenos Aires. Take some time to stroll in the heart of the city, before heading to take in one of Buenos Aires' most famous experiences – an impressive tango show.

Famous for its amazing nightlife and for being the land of Carlos Gardel, Buenos Aires countless gastronomic and artistic options. From the city waterfronts at the turn of last century to Piazzolla’s avant-garde vision, Tango remains Argentina’s premier musical art form. Cafe de Los Angelitos Tango dancers, singers and band have been acclaimed as some of Argentina’s best. We will enjoy an unforgettable night, surrender to the magic of this city that never sleeps and to the charm of this overwhelming and sanguine music —main protagonist of the night— while enjoying the best of its varied gastronomic offer.

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Duration3 Nights
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Sheraton Buenos Aires

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    Located in the heart of the city, the Sheraton Buenos Aires is a landmark for international travelers. A half-hour from Ezeiza Airport, the hotel offers spectacular views of Buenos Aires and the Rio de la Plata. The hotel has extensive meeting facilities and services for ...

    Located in the heart of the city, the Sheraton Buenos Aires is a landmark for international travelers. A half-hour from Ezeiza Airport, the hotel offers spectacular views of Buenos Aires and the Rio de la Plata. The hotel has extensive meeting facilities and services for business travelers and convention attendees. Also enjoy the largest spa in Buenos Aires along with two swimming pools and two tennis courts.

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    • Art Gallery
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    • Business Centre
    • Conference Facilities
    • Currency Exchange
    • Gift Shop
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Pool (s)
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    • Room Service
    • Spa

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Day 7

Hacienda visit, Gaucho Show, and Buenos Aires Wine tour

Visit a traditonal hacienda (farm) in the fertile praries only a few kilometers away from the city of Buenos Aires. Home to the gaucho, the humid pampa is one of the most fertile natural prairies in the world and is famous for its cattle raising and grain agriculture. The wild air of the countryside will invite us to break away from the city and discover a charming hundred-year-old rural tradition in the midst of the XXI century. Take in folk songs and dances, equestrian activities, unbeatable shows of traditional gaucho skills, and sample typical dishes such the famed Argentine grill, empanadas, and excellent Argentinian wines.

Back in Buenos Aires, we embark on an exclusive wine tour. We begin with cool glass Torrontés paired with local cheeses, continue to a hidden street art gallery for a Pinot Noir from Patagonia, make a stop at a typical Palermo restaurant for a Malbec paired with a milanesa, a typical Argentine comfort food, and finished up at one of the best grill houses in the city for a delicious Cabernet Sauvignon paired with a small appetizer.

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Day 8

Buenos Aires Sightseeing


Take in many of the city’s marvels on a full day tour, and get acquainted with city’s major neighbourhoods and attractions.

Visit the La Boca, a neighbourhood settled and built by Italian immigrants. Stop at the Casa Rosada, the presidential’s palace, and nearby Plaza de Mayo, and imagine Evita waving to the crowds from the balcony. You will also drive through the charming streets of San Telmo and down the colorful roads of La Boca, famous for its multicolor tin houses. Our next stop is Recoleta, a truly European and luxurious neighbourhood that is packed with elegant restaurants, outdoor cafes, and exquisite shops, and it’s grand Recoleta Cemetery. We stroll through Palermo and its magnificent mansions and parks, and make a final stop at Café Tortoni founded in 1858, is the oldest coffee shop in the whole country. With a very rich history, it is visited at all times by intellectuals, politicians and artists. Enjoy a coffee or chocolate with pastry.

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Day 9

Depart Buenos Aires for Lima Peru

Travel to the international airport for your cross-contintenal flight to Peru.

After clearing customs at Lima International Airport, you will be met by Goway's local representative who will assist you with your transfer to the hotel. There are no activities planned for today.

Duration2 Nights
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JW Marriott Hotel Lima

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    The stunning JW Marriott Hotel is located in the Miraflores district of central Lima. The hotel has awe-inspiring architecture, magnificent views that tower above grand, ocean side cliffs in Lima. The hotel offers sweeping panoramas of the Pacific Ocean from every guest room. The hotel ...

    The stunning JW Marriott Hotel is located in the Miraflores district of central Lima. The hotel has awe-inspiring architecture, magnificent views that tower above grand, ocean side cliffs in Lima. The hotel offers sweeping panoramas of the Pacific Ocean from every guest room. The hotel boasts a 5-star gourmet restaurant, first class health club spa and fitness centre.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Business Centre
    • Concierge
    • Conference Facilities
    • Currency Exchange
    • Daycare/Babysitting Service
    • Gift Shop
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Newsstand
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Room Service
    • Sauna
    • Spa
    • Spa(Hot-tub)/Jacuzzi
    • Squash courts
    • Tennis
    • Volleyball

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Day 10

Lima

Lima, Peru's national capital was one of the first to be established in South America by the Conquistadores. It is filled with many amazing colonial buildings and historic streetscapes. Today, after breakfast, you will visit the tourist district of Miraflores, and see the Pacific Ocean from the Love Park. The tour continues with the modern suburb of San Isidro and a visit to the pre-Inca pyramid of Huaca Huallamarca. Then, you will visit the Historical Center, Plaza Mayor ("Main Square"), the Government Palace, the Archbishop's Palace, the City Hall and old streets with colonial mansions and Moorish balconies.

The visit also includes Santo Domingo Convent, a recently restored icon of colonial architecture. Completed in the late stages of the sixteenth century, its ancient crypt contains the relics of Peruvian saints such as Saint Rose of Lima and San Martin de Porres. Later on, you will tour the Archbishop’s Palace, a beautiful building with thirty rooms, in which 16th-19th century art works are on display. In the meantime, watch the changing of the guard at the Government Palace from one of the building’s wood-carved, Neo-classical balconies.

Finally, you will visit the home of a real Limean family in the exclusive district of San Isidro. They will share their collection of amazing art pieces, ranging from Pre Inca ceramics and textiles to the most complete collection of Nativity scenes in the Americas. This is a unique way to learn about traditional Limean lifestyles while spending some time with locals. Lunch is included. 

Dinner this evening will be at the Huaca Pucllana Restaurant.

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Day 11

Fly Lima to Cusco

Today we are transferred to the airport for our flight to Cusco. Get to know the Imperial city’s history through its Inca and colonial past.

Spend half a day walking about the city of Cusco, ancient capital of the Inca Empire and where we will see the interesting blend of the Inca and Spanish cultures. The outing begins at the Koricancha Temple, an old Inca palace and main center for the worship of the sun god, Inti. Once the Spanish conquered Peru, the Dominican order built a lovely church over top this temple’s foundations: the church of Santo Domingo, which is still there today. You will continue on foot to the neighborhood of San Blas, where the finest artisans in Cusco live and work. Next up, visit the Inka Museum, located in an old Colonial period house built by Spanish Admiral Francisco Alderete Maldonado. Around these parts, it’s popularly called the Admiral’s House. The exhibits show the side of Cuzco’s history intertwined with the Inca past.

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Duration2 Nights
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JW Marriott Hotel Cusco

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    Located in the city's historical centre, the JW Marriott Hotel Cusco combines modern amenities and with the design elements of an architecturally stunning archaeological site. Designed around a colonial convent, this hotel in Peru features resort-like amenities including a restaurant with Peruvian cuisine. History-seekers will ...

    Located in the city's historical centre, the JW Marriott Hotel Cusco combines modern amenities and with the design elements of an architecturally stunning archaeological site. Designed around a colonial convent, this hotel in Peru features resort-like amenities including a restaurant with Peruvian cuisine. History-seekers will find Peruvian cultural artefacts in the hotel's two exhibition halls.

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Day 12

Cooking Lesson and Cusco Sundowner

The MAP’S (Pre-Colombian Art Museum) Restaurant, located in the patio of a colonial style home, will give an in-kitchen cooking demonstration, showcasing some of the best traditional Andes dishes. You will then enjoy a delicious lunch in a cozy and sophisticated setting.

Your day ends with a unique experience - a sundowner overlooking what was once the heart and capital of the might Inca Empire. With the mighty stones of Sacsayhuaman at your back and the sun setting over this UNESCO world heritage city, enjoy sparkling wine and some small snacks to reflect on your day and as you savor the view.

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Day 13

Cusco to the Sacred Valley

You start off early this morning for Ollantaytambo, an Inca mountaintop site that served as a military, religious, and agricultural center. From here, you will look out over the town of the same name and see its incredibly narrow streets and canal, features that have not changed since the Incas constructed them. You then travel to the town of Pisac. On the way you will visit Awanakancha, a store where you will find Peruvian Handicrafts and variety of fauna. A visit to the famous Pisac market will be a highlight of this day, as will a delicious lunch with horse exhibition at Wayra ranch restaurant.

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Duration1 Night
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Aranwa Hotel Spa Sacred Valley

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    Built on the riverside lands of an ancient 18th Century colonial hacienda, Aranwa Sacred Valley comprises a restored hacienda with sumptuous rooms decorated in colonial style. Indulge in recent developments following modern, minimalist decor at this luxurious Urubamba hotel in Sacred Valley. Adjacent to a ...

    Built on the riverside lands of an ancient 18th Century colonial hacienda, Aranwa Sacred Valley comprises a restored hacienda with sumptuous rooms decorated in colonial style. Indulge in recent developments following modern, minimalist decor at this luxurious Urubamba hotel in Sacred Valley. Adjacent to a majestic river, in the heart of a mystical landscape, Aranwa offers a life-changing experience in a peaceful and inviting haven, setting the rich standard among Urubamba Peru hotels.

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    • Boutique(s)
    • Business Centre
    • Concierge
    • Conference Facilities
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Library
    • Massage Treatments
    • Parking
    • Reception (24 hrs)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Room Service
    • Sauna
    • Spa
    • Wedding Chapel

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Day 14

Machu Picchu

Awaiting you today is one of the world’s greatest wonders, Machu Picchu. Your adventure starts in the city of Aguas Calientes, where you board a bus that drives you to the Machu Picchu site. This is an experience you will never forget. Your tour includes every nook and cranny of this UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. Afterwards, there is some free time for you to explore the site on your own, to relax, or to meditate.

At the agreed upon hour, you will have lunch at Sanctuary Lodge.

Later on, you will return to Aguas Calientes and be assisted to your hotel. A complimentary massage is included with your hotel stay.

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Duration1 Night
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Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel

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    Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel



    At the foot of the imposing mountains surrounding Machu Picchu, by the banks of the Vilcanota River, stands Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel. The only five-star hotel in Aguas Calientes is architecturally inspired by the enigmatic lost city of the Incas. The exquisite culinary creations of ...

    At the foot of the imposing mountains surrounding Machu Picchu, by the banks of the Vilcanota River, stands Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel. The only five-star hotel in Aguas Calientes is architecturally inspired by the enigmatic lost city of the Incas. The exquisite culinary creations of the hotel's restaurant are prepared with regional ingredients and its luxury suites await you for an enchanting trip to the historical past of the Andean culture.

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    • Bar(s)
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    • Currency Exchange
    • Hair/Beauty Salon
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Mail and Postal Facilities
    • Massage Treatments
    • Medical Services
    • Multi-lingual Staff
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Room Service
    • Sauna
    • Spa
    • Spa(Hot-tub)/Jacuzzi
    • Wheelchair Accessible Rooms

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Day 15

Machu Picchu to Cusco

After an early breakfast, return to the ruins and enjoy time at your leisure. Climb Wayna Pichhu – the famed peak that frames Machu Picchu (must be pre booked), walk to the Inca Bridge or to the famous Sun gate, or simply sit and soak in the magic that is Machu Picchu.

Mid-afternoon you return to Aguas Calientes for your train journey back to Cusco.

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Duration1 Night
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JW Marriott Hotel Cusco

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    Located in the city's historical centre, the JW Marriott Hotel Cusco combines modern amenities and with the design elements of an architecturally stunning archaeological site. Designed around a colonial convent, this hotel in Peru features resort-like amenities including a restaurant with Peruvian cuisine. History-seekers will ...

    Located in the city's historical centre, the JW Marriott Hotel Cusco combines modern amenities and with the design elements of an architecturally stunning archaeological site. Designed around a colonial convent, this hotel in Peru features resort-like amenities including a restaurant with Peruvian cuisine. History-seekers will find Peruvian cultural artefacts in the hotel's two exhibition halls.

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    • Internet Access
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    • Restaurant
    • Spa

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Day 16

Cusco to Lima

Today you are transferred to the airport for your afternoon flight to Lima. Upon arrival, transfer to the Museo Larco for a once in a lifetime experience.

The Larco Museum is a treat at any time, where chronological galleries providing an excellent overview on 3000 years of Peruvian pre-Columbian history. At night however, it’s a peerless attraction, where the finest collection of Ancient Peru’s gold and silver comes to vivid life. You’ll also see the famous erotic archaeological collection, one of Peru’s most visited attractions. After the visit, enjoy the best of Peruvian gastronomy in the museum’s cozy, atmospheric restaurant.

Return to your hotel.

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Duration1 Night
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JW Marriott Hotel Lima

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    The stunning JW Marriott Hotel is located in the Miraflores district of central Lima. The hotel has awe-inspiring architecture, magnificent views that tower above grand, ocean side cliffs in Lima. The hotel offers sweeping panoramas of the Pacific Ocean from every guest room. The hotel ...

    The stunning JW Marriott Hotel is located in the Miraflores district of central Lima. The hotel has awe-inspiring architecture, magnificent views that tower above grand, ocean side cliffs in Lima. The hotel offers sweeping panoramas of the Pacific Ocean from every guest room. The hotel boasts a 5-star gourmet restaurant, first class health club spa and fitness centre.

    Facilities

    • Bar(s)
    • Business Centre
    • Concierge
    • Conference Facilities
    • Currency Exchange
    • Daycare/Babysitting Service
    • Gift Shop
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Newsstand
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Room Service
    • Sauna
    • Spa
    • Spa(Hot-tub)/Jacuzzi
    • Squash courts
    • Tennis
    • Volleyball

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Day 17

Depart Lima

Today you will say your farewells to the group and be transferred to the airport for your international flight (Late checkout not included).

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