Argentina / Chile / Bolivia / Peru

Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru Tour

24 days | 23 nights
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Tango on the streets of Buenos Aires and soak in the rich history of the Inca civilization in Cusco on this 24-day trip to Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, and Peru. Traveling from the energetic capital of Buenos Aires to sophisticated Lima, you’ll journey across the dreamy and diverse landscapes of four different countries. In Buenos Aires, visit its historic center and wander San Telmo, the city’s oldest neighborhood. Then make your way to El Calafate, your home for the next two nights as you explore Los Glaciares National Park. See Perito Moreno Glacier up close via an easy boardwalk hike and cruise to Upsala and Spegazzini Glaciers. Travel to Chile next, and spend three nights in Puerto Natales. Sail across the Ultima Esperanza Fjord to see the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers, and enjoy a full day to bask in the glory of Torres del Paine National Park. Journey onward to northern Chile, one of the world’s driest regions, and explore the Atacama Salt Flats, the El Tatio Geyser, and witness a glowing sunset over Moon Valley. In Bolivia, see the striking Red and Green Lagoons, the curious rock formations of Dali Valley, and check the Uyuni Salt Flats off your bucket list. Spend a night on the Island of the Sun in the southern region of Lake Titicaca before catching a short flight to Cusco. Dive deep into the history of the Inca civilization by touring the Sacred Valley and the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu, and end this fascinating 24-day tour by spending time in Lima. Covering a range of surreal landscapes from massive glaciers to arid deserts to forested national parks, this itinerary rewards those with an appreciation for nature.

Destinations

Multi-country

Trip at a glance

Visits

ARGENTINA: Buenos Aires, Tango-show Dinner, Tigre, Perito Moreno Glacier, Uspala & Spegazzini Glaciers, Los Glaciares National Park

CHILE: Balmaceda, Serrano Glaciers, Bernardo O'Higgins National Park, Torres del Paine National Park, Grey Glacier, Atacama Desert, Los Flamencos National Reserve, El Tatio Geysers, Moon Falley

BOLIVIA: Uyuni Salt Flats, Incahuasi Island, Sun & Moon Islands on Lake Titicaca, Green Lagoon, Dali Desert, Red Lagoon, San Pedro de Quemez, Ollague, Chiguana, La Paz, Moon Valley

PERU: Machu Picchu, Cusco, Sacred Valley (Ollantaytambo, Pisac, Chinchero, Maras, Moray), Lima

Trip details

Itinerary

Day 1 ARRIVAL AND SOUTHERN BUENOS AIRES CITY-TOUR

Morning

Arrival at Ezeiza, Buenos Aires' international airport.

Meet and greet with your private English-speaking guide.

Transfer to the city centre (45 min).

Afternoon

Discover the historical center on a guided walking tour that will take you through the emblematic Plaza de Mayo and stop for pictures in front of la Casa Rosada, the pink Presidential Palace.

Drive to San Telmo, the city's oldest neighborhood with its many busy cafes, tango parlors and antique shops lining the cobblestone colonial streets. A neighborhood much loved by local artists and dancers.

Evening

Free evening

Overnight at your hotel in Buenos Aires.

Day 2 MORNING TOUR IN TIGRE, FREE AFTERNOON, TANGO SHOW DINNER

Morning

Morning transfer to the peaceful town of Tigre (1 hour). Named after the jaguars, this town is locally known as 'Tigres'.

Board your delta cruise (40 min) and explore the naturally-formed canals.

During this popular day trip, you will learn how life on the rural islands works and sail among abandoned ships and stilted houses.

Afternoon

Transfer back to Buenos Aires (1 hour).

Rest of the afternoon is free to enjoy at your own leisure.

Evening

At about 8pm, transfer to a traditional café where you will spend the evening (10 min).

Dinner at a 100-year-old tango institution in the capital, followed by a 1h30 tango-show.

At about 11pm, transfer to your hotel (10 min).

Overnight at your hotel in Buenos Aires.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Dinner Tango Show

Day 3 FLIGHT TO EL CALAFATE

Morning

Morning transfer to the Buenos Aires domestic airport (30 min) and assistance with check-in.

Direct flight to El Calafate (03 hour 15 min).

Arrival at El Calafate on the shores of Lake Argentino, transfer to your hotel (20 min), check in.

Afternoon

Afternoon at leisure

Evening

Free evening

Overnight at your hotel in El Calafate.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 4 PERITO MORENO GLACIER, LOS GLACIARES NATIONAL PARK, BOAT EXCURSION

Morning

Meet with your private driver and guide and drive along Lake Argentino (the largest freshwater lake in the country) towards Los Glaciares National Park (90 min).

Arrival at Perito Moreno glacier, named after the Argentinian explorer Francisco Moreno Pascacio.

Afternoon

Easy hike on the boardwalk to get different views of the 18-mile long (30 km), 3-mile wide (5 km) Perito Moreno glacier. Get your camera ready and listen for the roaring

1-hour boat ride to get a really close view of the walls of the glacier.

End of the afternoon, drive back to El Calafate (90 min).

Evening

Free evening.

Overnight at your hotel in El Calafate.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Box Lunch

Day 5 FULL DAY CRUISE TO USPALA AND SPEGAZZINI GLACIERS, LOS GLACIARES NATIONAL PARK

Morning

Transfer to Punta Bandera (45 min).

Board your 5-hour cruise to the Uspala and Spegazzini glaciers located inside Los Glaciares National Park.

37 miles (60 km) long, 3 miles (5 km) wide and 230 feet (70 metres) tall, the Upsala glacier is the largest in this park and the longest in South America as its ice spreads over 300 square miles (780 km²).

The access to Upsala glacier is often limited because of the amount of ice on the passage, as result of glacier melting.

Afternoon

On your way to the Spegazzini glacier, enjoy the views of the Onelli and Agassi glaciers and the occasional iceberg.

Arrival at the Spegazzini glacier with its impressive wall towering up 135 metres (440 feet).

Disembark and transfer to your hotel in El Calafate.

Evening

Free evening.

Overnight at your hotel in El Calafate.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Box Lunch

Day 6 ROAD TO PUERTO NATALES

Morning

Transfer to the bus terminal (10 min).

Enjoy the scenic bus ride to Puerto Natales (3 hours 30 min).

After about 2 hours at the border with Chile, you will have to get off the bus for customs and immigration control.

Remember that it is forbidden to bring fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy products and any type of home-made food to Chile.

Afternoon

Arrival in the afternoon at Puerto Natales in Chile.

Free afternoon for souvenir shopping.

Evening

Free evening.

Overnight at your hotel in Puerto Natales.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 7 FULL DAY SIGHTSEEING CRUISE TO BALMACEDA & SERRANO GLACIERS, BERNARDO O'HIGGHINS NATIONAL PARK

Morning

Morning pick up at your hotel and 5-minute drive to the pier to board the '21 de Mayo' cruise ship.

Sail across the Ultima Esperanza Fjord where sea lions and cormorants can often been spotted (2 hours 30 min).

Afternoon

You will first stop at the foot of the Balmaceda glacier, before another short sail to the Bernando O’Higgins National Park.

Hop off for a 15-minute easy hike through native forest on your way to the foot of the Serrano glacier.

After lunch, sail back to Puerto Natales (2 hours). Late afternoon arrival.

Evening

Free evening

Overnight at your hotel in Puerto Natales.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Typical lunch at Estancia Perales

Day 8 FULL DAY TOUR TO TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK, GREY GLACIER AND BEACH

Morning

Your guide and driver (pool service) will pick you up at your hotel.

After a 40-minute drive, visit the milodon cave and learn about the paleontological and archeological morphology of the area, once home to the extinct milodon.

Afternoon

Stop at Sarmiento Lake before entering Torres del Paine National Park.

As you enter the National Park you will get spectacular views over the Laguna Amarga ('Bitter Lagoon') where you can take photographs of the Las Torres del Paine mountains.

After a 30-minute drive, stop for a 15-minute hike to get to the impressive Salto Grande, a majestic emerald waterfall that feeds onto lake Pehoe.

Walk through Grey beach (30 min) to get views of the distant the Grey glacier.

Drive back to Puerto Natales (2 hours).

Evening

Free evening

Overnight at your hotel in Puerto Natales.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 9 ROAD TO SANTIAGO AND SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA

Morning

Transfer to the bus station (10 min).

Departure by bus on your own from Puerto Natales to Punta Arenas airport (3 hours 30 min).

Flight to Santiago (4 hours). Arrival at Santiago airpot.

Afternoon

Flight to Calama (2 hours), the world copper capital and the largest oasis in this desertic region.

Arrival at Calama airport, pick-up and transfer to your hotel in San Pedro de Atacama with your private guide and driver (1 hour 20 min).

Arrival and check in at your hotel in San Pedro de Atacama.

Free afternoon to explore San Pedro's rustic streets whose adobe buildings stand out in this arid environment.

Evening

Free evening in San Pedro de Atacama.

Overnight at the hotel in San Pedro de Atacama.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 10 ATACAMA SALT FLATS, LOS FLAMENCOS NATIONAL RESERVE: MISCANTI AND MEÑIQUES LAGOONS

Morning

Departure to the largest salt flat in Chile, the driest place on Earth.

This area is occupied by three different species of flamingoes: the Andean flamingo, the Chilean flamingo and James's flamingo.

Free time to walk around the lagoon and see those magnificent pink birds in action (1 hour).

Afternoon

Drive through Los Flamencos National Reserve across the altiplano to the splendid Miscanti and Meñiques lagoons at 13,780 feet (4200 metres) above sea level.

Stop at a local restaurant for lunch before heading back towards San Pedro de Atacama.

Enjoy some free time to walk around Toconao, a charming village where houses were built with volcanic rock and pop in one of the few craft shops to hunt for local treasures (30 min).

Drive back to San Pedro de Atacama.

Evening

Free evening in San Pedro de Atacama.

Overnight at your hotel in San Pedro de Atacama.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Lunch in a typical restaurant

Day 11 EL TATIO GEYSERS, MOON VALLEY

Morning

Remember to wear warm clothes, it can be extremely cold in the morning!

Early departure (approx. 5 am) to drive to El Tatio geyser field (1 hour 30 min) where the geysers' steam is only visible in the morning.

This is the largest geyser field in the Southern Hemisphere, the highest (14.170 ft - 4320m) and the third largest in the world.

This 12-square-mile geothermic field boasts over 60 active geysers, boiling water fountains, fumaroles, hot springs, mud pools and mud volcanoes that put on an impressive show every day of the year (2 hours).

Drive back towards San Pedro de Atacama (1 hour 30 min).

Afternoon

Late afternoon, your private English-speaking guide will take you to the Moon Valley (30 min).

Discover this amazing desertic landscape and marvel at the incredible rock patterns coated in a thin layer of salt.

These unique natural formations came out of a long-gone lake and were slowly shaped by centuries of wind and water erosion.

The amazing sunset will bask the end of your visit in warm tones that cannot be experienced anywhere else.

Evening

Free evening.

Overnight at your hotel in San Pedro de Atacama.

MEALS
  • Outdoor breakfast next to the geysers

Day 12 ROAD TO BOLIVIA, GREEN LAGOON, DALI DESERT, RED LAGOON

Morning

Departure with your private driver to cross the Bolivian border in Hito Cajon (1 hour).

Your Bolivian driver and guide will be waiting for you at the border to start your Bolivian adventure.

Immigration procedures.

Stop at the stunning emerald waters of Laguna Verde (the green lagoon) right by the foot of the Licancábur volcano (30 min).

Drive through the Salvador Dali Desert, also known as Dali Valley, where strange rock formations remind of the paintings of the Spanish artist.

Depart onto the outer region of the Salar of Chalviri where you will able to visit the thermal waters of Polkes.

Afternoon

Marvel at one of the greatest Bolivian natural wonders: the Laguna Colorada (the Colored Lagoon) which goes from orange to red depending on the time of the day.

Depart for the Siloli Desert. Situated at 4,000 meters above sea level, this barren desert accompanied with its strong icy winds propounds a beautiful emptiness with amazing

Evening

Overnight at your hotel in Siloli Desert.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Picnic Lunch during tour
  • Dinner at the hotel

Day 13 SAN PEDRO DE QUEMEZ: BURNED VILLAGE, OLLAGUE, CHIGUANA

Morning

Departure for the Paseo del Leon (Pass of the Lion), a canyon where geological formations shelter Yarita, a lime green flowering plant that is dispersed across this terrain.

Departure for the Jewels of the Andes, this region receives its name for the precious and mesmerizing lagoons dispersed throughout the terrain. Collectively ranging from 4000 and 4200 meters above sea level, these lagoons offer visitors a series of serene and dreamy landscapes that truly bring you into a different, remote, and peaceful relationship with Bolivia.

Afternoon

Visit the Mirador de Ollague: Enjoy a phenomenal view of the Ollague Volcano which stands at 5868 meters above sea level

Depart for the Salar de Chiguana. Situated at 3650 meters above sea level, this deposit of salt sits near the border with Chile and is characterized by the volcanic mountain range that is visible in the distance.

Evening

Departure to the town of San Pedro de Quemez

Visit the Pueblo Quemado (Burned village).

Overnight at your hotel in San Pedro de Quemez

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Picnic Lunch during tour
  • Dinner at the hotel

Day 14 UYUNI SALT FLATS OF UYUNI, INCAHUASI ISLAND

Morning

Transfer to the small town of Colchani (15 min).

Learn about the Colchani salt cooperative and how it extracts and processes 25,000 tonnes of Uyuni salt every year (20 min).

Free time to tour the souvenir market (30 min).

Your 4x4 tour will take you to the Uyuni salar, the world's largest salt flat covering 4,086 square miles (10,582 square km) with several stops for photo opportunities along the way.

Afternoon

Drive on the salar on your way to Incahuasi Island also know as the Isla del Pescado (Fish Island).

Enjoy some free time to climb to the top of the hill and explore this strange mound covered in cactuses.

Note: Incahuasi Island may not be accessible during the wet season.

Evening

Watch the sunset with a nice cocktail.

Drive back to Uyuni (1 hour).

Overnight at your hotel in Uyuni.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Picnic Lunch during tour
  • Dinner at the hotel

Day 15 LA PAZ CITY-TOUR, MOON VALLEY

Morning

Transfer to Uyuni airport (10 min) for your flight to La Paz (1 hour).

Arrival in La Paz airport, transfer downtown (45') Follow the Republican colonial circuit on foot, starting at Murillo Square, the city's original central square.

Pass by the Government Palace, the Legislative Assembly and the city's Cathedral.

Continue to the witches market, the craft market and the Church of San Francisco, whose unique facade is decorated with indigenous patterns (about 3 hours).

Afternoon

Afternoon transfer to the Moon Valley (30 min South of La Paz).

Discover a unique place, a real lunar landscape adorned with eroded sedimentary formations, fairy chimneys and high spires (2 hours).

Transfer back to your hotel in La Paz (30 min).

Evening

Free evening.

Overnight at your hotel in La Paz.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 16 ISLAND OF THE SUN AND ISLAND OF THE MOON IN LAKE TITICACA

Morning

Note: As cars are not allowed on the Island of the Sun where you will spend the night, we ask you to bring only one small piece of luggage for the night (carry on or backpack).

Departure with your private guide and driver to the town of Copacabana (3 hours 30 min), located on the shore of Lake Titicaca.

The rest of the day will be spent sailing on Lake Titicaca and discovering two of its Bolivian islands.

With 214 cubic miles (893 cubic km) of water and an altitude 12,507 ft (3812 metres), Lake Titicaca is the largest lake in South America and the highest navigable lake in the world.

Afternoon

Board your private boat to sail onto the small Island of the Moon (1 hour 20 min).

You will explore the island and visit the ruins of the Incan Temple of the Virgins of the Sun.

After your visit, sail to the Island of the Sun (40 min).

Check-in at your hotel.

Evening

Free evening.

Overnight at your hotel on the Island of the Sun.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Dinner at the hotel

Day 17 ISLAND OF THE SUN: PILKO KAINA RUINS AND APTHAPI

Morning

Enjoy a breakfast with a stunning view of Lago Titicaca from Island of the Sun, which is considered the cradle of the Incas. The island was revered as a sacred site for the Incas where they would build temples worshipping their gods and palaces to honor the noble class.

 Visit to the Pilkokaina (place where the bird rests) on the Island. Pilkokaina is an archaeological site that was once an Incan palace where the Inca would reside.

Afternoon

Enjoy an Apthapi, a traditional Aymara ceremony for a collective meal, on the bay Lake Titicaca with an amazing view of the snow-capped Cordillera Real mountain range floating in the distance.

Evening

Return on private motorboat to Copacabana.

Private transportation from Copacabana to La Paz (154 km) passing by the Tiquina Strait.

Overnight at your hotel in La Paz.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Apthapi Lunch

Day 18 FLIGHT TO CUSCO

Morning

At the indicated time, transfer to La Paz airport (30-45 min). Check-in and assistance.

Board your plane to flight to Cusco (VIA Lima)

Meet and greet your local guide and driver.

Transfer to your hotel.

Afternoon

Free afternoon

Evening

Free evening

Overnight at your hotel in Cusco.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 19 SACRED VALLEY: PISAC RUINS AND MARKET, OLLANTAYTAMBO FORTRESS

Morning

In the morning, drive from Cusco to the village of Pisac (1 hour) with its famous Sunday market where many indigenous Quechua communities meet to sell and trade their goods.

The rest of the week, the whole place is bustling with its handicraft and souvenir market. You will have time to search for jewellery, ponchos, hats, traditional music instruments, ceramics, alpaca products and many other typical Andean crafts (1 hour 30 min).

Visit Pisaqa, Intihuatana, Q’allaqasa, and Kinchiracay. (1 hour 30 min). All 4 places are part of an Inca site on the nearby hill at an altitude of 10,980 feet (3345 m).

The Inca shaped the hill by carving the ingenious terraces that are still used for agriculture to this day.

With military, religious, and agricultural structures, the site was an important and busy place in Inca times.

Afternoon

Drive to the town Ollantaytambo (1 hour 15 min).

This afternoon, you will visit the archaeological site of Ollantaytambo, a fortified city built by the Inca Pachacutec.

Explore this quaint settlement with an orthogonal layout (30 min).

Climb the Temple Hill known as the fortress to learn about the purpose of those inca constructions (1 hour 30 min).

Transfer to your hotel in the Sacred Valley (45 min).

Evening

Free evening

Overnight at your hotel in the Sacred Valley.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 20 CHINCHERO RUINS, MARAS SALT PONDS AND MORAY AGRICULTURAL TERRACES

Morning

Transfer to the town of Chinchero (50 min).

At the gates of the Sacred Valley, at 3780m, is Chinchero, a small quiet village whose upper part is a true open-air museum. The paved alleys where the craftsmen go seem frozen in time. They gently lead the passerby on the forecourt of a church whose whiteness contrasts with the beautiful surrounding mountains. Erected on the ruins of an important Inca temple, of which there remains today only a wall where massive stones alternate with trapezoidal niches, its adobe facades hide a sumptuous floral decoration.

Transfer to the site of Maras (30 min).

Visit the Salineras de Maras, formed by some 3000 small wells that extend like carpets in the middle of the Andean moor and are exploited from Inca times to the present day.

The many colors of the polygonal ponds can go from light reddish to brownish to white according to the season. This contrasts with the surrounding landscape and give the site a most-unusual aspect.

Free time to shop pink salt collected by the local community workers.

Afternoon

Transfer to Moray archeological site (30 min).

Walk around and down those impressive circular agricultural terraces that were used to conduct scientific experiments in Inca times (30 min).

Transfer to your hotel in the Sacred Valley (30 min).

Evening

Free evening.

Overnight at your hotel in the Sacred Valley.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 21 MACHU PICCHU TOUR

Morning

Your passport is required to enter the Machu Picchu site. You have the option to get a 'Machu Picchu' stamp in your passport if you wish.

Today might be THE day you have been expecting since you landed on Peruvian soil as you will finally discover the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu

Transfer to Ollantaytambo train station (30 min).

Board the comfortable train that will take you to Aguas Calientes, the nearest town to Machu Picchu (1 hour 30 min).

In Aguas Calientes, walk from the train to the bus station (5 min) and hop on a bus to the entrance of the archaeological site.

Afternoon

Enjoy the impressive 20-minute drive up the hill to the Machu Picchu site at 7,972 feet (2430 m). Rediscovered in 1911 by the American archaeologist Hiram Bingham, Macchu Picchu is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Learn about every secret this ancient Inca citadel holds and grab every opportunity to take photographs (3 to 4 hours).

Take the bus back to Aguas Calientes (20 min) and board the train back to Ollantaytambo (1 hour 30 min).

Transfer to your hotel in Cusco (1 hour 30 min).

Evening

Free evening.

Overnight at your hotel in Cusco.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 22 HALF-DAY CUSCO CITY AND RUINS TOUR, FREE AFTERNOON

Morning

In the morning, you will meet your guide for a city tour of Cusco including the visit of the Plaza Mayor, the Cathedral and the Korikancha, the original Temple of the Sun.

Drive to the hills of Cusco to explore the archaeological sites of Sacsayhuamán, Q’enqo, PukaPukara and Tambomachay.

Transfer back to your hotel or to the city centre (20 min).

Afternoon

Afternoon at leisure to explore the Spanish colonial city known to the Inca as the 'belly button of the world'.

Stroll around numerous plazas, shops selling incredible art and crafts or visit the great Pre-Columbian Museum MAP (not included).

Evening

Free evening to discover Cusco's vibrant nightlife. We recommend the lively pisco bar La Republica del Pisco.

Overnight at your hotel in Cusco.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 23 FLIGHT TO LIMA, LIMA CITY TOUR

Morning

In the morning, transfer to Cusco's airport for your flight back to Lima (1 hour 15 min).

Arrival at Jorge Chávez, Lima international airport.

Welcome by our local English-speaking staff.

Transfer to your hotel located in the residential and shopping district of Miraflores overlooking the Pacific ocean (1 hour).

Afternoon

Start your city tour with a drive around the upmarket district of Miraflores, famous for its 'Malecon' (the strand) and Larcomar, the huge iconic shopping center overlooking the ocean.

You will then drive past the Huaca Pucllana archeological site on your way to visit the historical center of the capital (30 min).

The city founded in 1535 by the Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro, still features many invaluable colonial buildings along the main square (the Plaza Mayor) and the nearby streets.

Discover Lima's Cathedral, the Government Palace and the San Francisco Convent among many other impressive colonial buildings.

Evening

Free evening.

Overnight at your hotel in Lima.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 24 DEPARTURE

Morning

In the morning, transfer to Lima's airport for your flight back home.

Assistance by our local team for your international flight check-in.

MEALS
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Services

What's included

Accommodation

Nights
23 nights in 3* or 4* Premium Hotels

Meals

Bed & Breakfast plan
23 breakfasts + 8 lunches + 5 dinners

Transportation

4x4
4x4 vehicle in Salt Flats
Boat
Private boat on Lake Titicaca
Shuttle
Shuttle Round Trip Aguas Calientes/Machu Picchu/Aguas Calientes
Bus
Regular Bus Services from El Calafate to Puerto Natales / Puerto Natales to Punta Arenas
Car
First Category Private Tourist Vehicle for all transfers (except on Day 2, 5, 8)
Cruise
Parana River (Buenos Aires), Lake Argentino (El Calafate), Balmaceda & Serrano (Puerto Natales)

Orientation

Guide
Private English-speaking Guide for all excursions mentioned, except on day 5, 7, 8 (shared English-speaking Guide)

Entrance Fees

Entrance fees included for all sites mentioned

What's not included

  • Domestic flights:
    • Buenos Aires to El Calafate
    • Punta Arenas to Santiago
    • Santiago to Calama
    • Uyuni to La Paz
    • Cusco to Lima
  • Regional flights:
    • La Paz to Cusco
  • International flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • Extra meals
  • Beverages
  • Extra expenses
  • Tips

Dates and Prices

Arrival date

Important notes

People with heart conditions are strongly advised to seek medical advice before booking. 

This tour includes many visits to sites above 10,000 ft (3000 m). To avoid altitude sickness, we strongly advise against any strong physical effort or any alcohol consumption in high-altitude places. 

When traveling to Patagonia, we recommend you bring:

  • a warm and waterproof jacket (Gore-Tex)
  • a pair of gloves
  • a wool hat, a scarf
  • quality sunglasses
  • sunblock
  • a daily backpack
  • hiking/walking waterproof shoes
  • binoculars
  • a medical kit
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