Valparaiso is a UNESCO World Heritage site and consists of walkways, terraces and colourful houses set in a natural amphitheatre. Tour the town and take a ride on a funicular, then head to thebeautiful beachside town of Viña del Mar.
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Travel to the Casablanca Valley and visit Viña Emiliana winery – using sustainable, organic, and biodynamic practices – and Indomita winery, specialising in state of the art wine producing. Finish with a short stop at the beautiful town of Valparaiso.
Drive through the mountains to the unique agricultural terraces at Moray. Built by the Incas in natural sinkholes their function remains a mystery. Then visit the colonial town of Maras and a bee hive of salt mines that have been built into old terraces.
Experience Cuzco like a local and see some undiscovered gems. Visit Wanchaq Market, Casa Concha Museum, Santa Catalina Monastery, the Cusicancha ruins and a typical handicraft market.
Join this innovative tour, sampling the best of Peru’s chocolate, coffee and Pisco. Uncover the infinte world of
these national Peruvian products.
Rio de Janeiro
Favelas are the poorest suburbs in Rio and are often tight clusters of houses that sprawl down a hillside. This is a
fascinating tour where you will meet the people and discover their way of life.
Rio De Janeiro
Rio has a rich and colourful history. Tour the downtown area discovering historical treasures and inspiring architecture. In contrast, visit the retrofitted Porto Maravilha with its modern innovative buildings and museums.
Explore this city’s extraordinary Urban Art culture. Visit hidden graffiti hotspots and open air galleries. Stop by an artists gallery and the city’s only open street art bar and gallery.
In the early 1900’s some of Buenos Aires’ most elaborate architecture was born. Tour belle epoque buildings finishing at Teatro Colon, considered one of the best theatres in the world.
Learn about Argentina’s cuisine and taste authentic flavours on a culinary tour of the city. Discover local hole-in-the wall restaurants, enjoy traditional parillas (steakhouses) and Argentinian wine.