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South America Overview

South America Tours

An escorted tour through South America allows travelers to experience its core while being absorbed by vibrant cities, natural wonders, archeological sites, and distinct flavors. Escorted tour itineraries through South America take passengers through small villages, lush rainforests, snow-capped mountains, and lively cultures of Argentina, Brazil, Chili, Guatemala, Peru, and more.

Travelers on a South America tour can dance the tango at a milonga (tango club), learn local farming techniques at an estancia (ranch), or try a barbecue-style meal at a parilla (grill restaurant). While driving along local roads and flying through towering mountain ranges, passengers can see red and white flamingos, animated soccer games, and numerous national parks with exotic wildlife and landscapes.

With a variety of itineraries to choose from, tour guests can enjoy the hot springs of Peru and its notable archeological site at Machu Picchu, the canyons and caves of Brazil and its melting pot of residents, and the fauna and flora of Chili and its gigantic glaciers and fjords. Adventurous travelers can sandboard down Argentina's sand dunes, taste authentic brandy from Peru, or trek through the national parks of Chili to view expansive lakes and thundering waterfalls.

The Amazon river captivates travelers with its thriving rainforests and abundant wildlife including toucans, monkeys, pink river dolphins, and more. The Igaussu Falls also mesmerize passengers on tours with astonishing cascading waterfalls, particularly the Devil's Throat, a point where 14 separate falls come together creating jaw-dropping views.

Abundant with delectable food, lively nightlife, magnificent shopping, and inspiring landscapes, South America provides boundless opportunities for adventurous exploration and everlasting experiences.

Tours to South America