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Brazilian Side of The Falls & Macuco Safari.
Visit the Park’s Visitors Center with its exhibit on the local eco-system. We then continue down the Cataratas Highway through the rain forest of the National Park to the falls. The Iguassu Falls are on the border of Brazil and Argentina where the Iguassu River drops into a gigantic horseshoe canyon. We descend the walkway, contemplating the lovely waterfalls in all of nature’s exuberance, with panoramic view of both the Argentine and Brazilian sides. After visiting the Brazilian falls, transfer to the Macuco Trail in the Iguassu National Park to board jeeps, the best form of transportation in this rain forest due to the unpaved but accessible the year around. On this trip, the participants will get to know several and different species of sub-tropical plants and trees, including orchids and the heart-of-palm, which grow in abundance here. Luckily, animals and some of the beautiful birds of the region will appear during the trip. After a 3 kilometers jeep ride, the tour continues to a 600 meters on foot to the picturesque Macuco Falls, hidden in the forested canyon. The trail brings us to the banks of the Iguassu River, to board a twin-engine inflatable boat with capacity of 25 passengers each, specially designed for the local river conditions. Then cruise up into the Iguassu Canyon, shoot several rapids, and arrive to the very base of the majestic waterfalls. As the experienced pilot maneuvers in the midst of the falls themselves, the passenger will have a completely different view and experience a thrill never forgotten.
HD Argentinean Side of The Falls.
On the transfer to the Argentine side of Iguassu Falls, visitors will cross a bridge measuring 480 meters in length and built 1985, known popularly as the "International Fraternity Bridge" although its official name is International Tancredo Neves Bridge, connecting the two fiend countries, Brazil (Foz do Iguaçu) and Argentina (Puerto Iguazu). The Iguassu Falls on the Argentine side are located in the Iguaçu National Park, province of Misiones, 28 kilometers from the center of Foz do Iguaçu and 45 kilometers from the Tropical Hotel das Cataratas of the Cataracts. The bridge lies approximately 20 kilometers, downstream from Iguassu Falls and just 2 kilometers, upstream from the confluence of the Iguaçu and Paraná Rivers, where visitors will be able to have a pretty panoramic sight of the Three-Frontier Landmark on each corner of the three borders: Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. Upon arrival at the Iguaçu National Park visitors will pass through a Visitors' Center equipped with an excellent infrastructure such as: toilets, medical emergency, and interpretation panels on the biodiversity of the Park, from where they will leave for the two stations of the ecological trains, idealized to transport people to the Park's attractions with a low environmental impact; with a duration of 20 minutes approximately as far as the several points of interest. The first stop will be at Cataratas Station from where the visit to the Upper and Lower part of Iguassu Falls begins. After the end of this tour, passengers will board the train again for the Devils' Throat Station, this is one of the most important observation points of the Falls.
At appropriate time, transfer to airport for your flight to Rio De Janeiro. Free at leisure in Rio De Janeiro.
Two of the most famous sights in Rio de Janeiro are at your fingertips on this day-long tour. Sugar Loaf and Corcovado Mountains, including the impressive Christ Redeemer statue overlooking the city should definitely be at the top of your list. First thing in the morning, you will be picked up from your hotel and taken through downtown Rio for a panoramic tour. See the Sambrodome, stop at the Metropolitan Cathedral and discover the Cinelandia Square and its wealth of historical buildings. The Municipal Theater, National Library, and National Museum of Fine Arts are all on your way as well as you head toward the Urca neighborhood, home of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Ride the iconic cable cars all the way up the mountain, stopping at Urca Hill and its vantage point overlooking Guanabara Bay and its islands, the Rio-Niteroi bridge and Corcovado mountain. Finish your ascent to the top of Sugar Loaf, enjoying gorgeous views of the Copacabana beach and Santa Cruz Fortress. Then, head over to the base of Corcovado Mountain via the Cosme Vehlo Train. Ride through the lush and dense Tijuca rainforest to the towering Christ Redeemer statue. Standing guard over the city of Rio, the statue has a fascinating history—your knowledgeable hometown guide will share all the secrets with you before you head back to your hotel.
Transfer to airport for your flight to Buenos Aires. Upon arrival, proceed for half day city tour. On an unforgettable route, we will live all the porteño magic. These few hours feature all the magic of Argentina’s capital city. In this most complete overview of the Paris of South America we will visit the glamorous neighborhoods of Recoleta and its most famous cemetery, Palermo, May Square and the Pink House, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the newest & trendiest Puerto Madero Area and many other emblematic buildings and palaces of unique architectural, historical, and cultural value. The visit would not be complete without the sights of the first settlements of the city of Buenos Aires. The pintoresque neighborhood of San Telmo, residence to the porteño aristocracy until the end of the XIX century and where the renowned antiques market is held every Sunday; Caminito Street, in the colorful, Italian immigrants neighborhood of La Boca.
Dinner and Tango Show at La Ventana. Famous for its amazing nightlife and for being the land of Carlos Gardel, Buenos Aires countless gastronomic and artistic options. Tango portrays the ‘Queen of the River Plate’ (‘Reina del Plata’). 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.
Transfer to the local airport to take your flight toward El Calafate via Buenos Aires. Meet and transfer at El Calafate airport and transfer to the hotel.
We will visit the Perito Moreno Glacier located in Los Glaciares National Park. We will go along the walkways admiring different perspectives of the Glacier. Then we will enjoy navigation to the front wall of the glacier. Reaching the Icebergs Channel, the boat will stop at a safe distance from the glacier to reach a spectacular view of the high wall of ice.
Transfer to the local airport to take your flight to Buenos Aires. Meet and transfer to hotel.
At proper time, transfer from the hotel to the airport. Flight from Buenos Aires to Cusco via Lima. Arrival in Cusco, meet and transfer to the hotel.
FD Sacred Valley of The Incas (Ollantaytambo, Pisac Market & lunch).You start off early this morning for Ollantaytambo, an Incan military, religious, and agricultural center located at the top of a mountain. From the perspective of the archeological site, you will look down upon the town of the same name and see its incredibly narrow streets and canal that has not changed since the Incas constructed them. After completing this leg of the journey, you travel to the town of Pisac, whose lively market is quite captivating. Lunch is included.
At a proper time transfer from your hotel to the train station. Awaiting you today is by far and away one of the high points in world tourism: Machu Picchu. Your adventure starts on a train ride to the city of Aguas Calientes, where you disembark and then board a bus that drives you to the actual Machu Picchu archeological site, where you will definitely have an experience you will never forget. The tour includes every nook and cranny of this New 7 Wonder of the World and 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 descend to Aguas Calientes for lunch at a local restaurant and, later on, board the train for the return trip to Cusco; you will stop at the Ollantaytambo Station and be picked up and driven to your hotel.
The tour will show you the amazing colonial city built on the foundations of the Inca palaces. You will visit the Koricancha or Temple of the Sun, where you can appreciate the incredible masonry of the Incas, the Plaza de Armas and the Cathedral with its carved woodworks, altars and paintings. Then you will be driven to the Inca fortress of Sacsahuamán, to the underground cave and temple of Kenko, have a panoramic view of Puca Pucará and then you will enter to Tambomachay, known as the Baths of the Inca. Finally, we stop at the living art the workshop “Inka´s Expression”. The visit will allow passengers to admire how the local artisans create wonderful silver pieces, paintings and wood carvings.
This morning board the ‘Andean Explorer’ to Cusco, crossing the high altiplano and passing along the Rio Vilcanota. During this 10 hour, highly scenic journey, a three course lunch is served on board and a stop at La Raya, provides an opportunity to take in the local vendors selling an array of locally made rugs and clothes at the highest point on the line (4,321 mt). On arrival in Puno, meet and transfer to your hotel.
The tour will begin with the arrival at Huayllano, a port of TaquileIsland, where the community greets tourists very kindly and keep their old style traditions and customs. You will be invited to visit the house of a local family to engage in some of their activities with them, like weaving and afterwards, you will enjoy a delicious lunch made from fresh local products. Next, you will have the chance to walk to the town square and then board the boat and sail to Uros Islands. These islands are built out of layers of totora and are used as housing and trade centers for the native Uros. They travel on handicraftedraftsand colorful clothings. The islanders are skilled crafts people and express in each piece astonishing techniques developed by their ancestors for centuries.
Transfer to airport for your flight to Lima. Upon arrival, proceed for city tour of Lima. The tour begins with a drive to historic downtown Lima, also known as “the City of the Kings” and an UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Stops include the Main Square of Lima, upon which sits the Government Palace, the Cathedral, the Archbishop’s Palace, and the City Hall; next on the itinerary is a visit to the Santo Domingo Convent. Once finished there, it’s off to the modern district of San Isidro and then to another famous district, Miraflores, with a stop at the “Parquedel Amor” (a sort of lover’s lane) and its incredible view of the Pacific Ocean.
At appropriate time, transfer to airport for your departure flight.
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