Argentina – the second biggest state of South America, has a surface of 2.8 million square kilometres. The country has 33 million inhabitants and nearly half of them live in the surroundings of Buenos Aires, one of the most cosmopolitan cities of the world. Argentina is a fascinating land of contrasts where the exceptional is almost commonplace. It is home to an abundant wildlife, enjoys a unique culture, and delights in an astonishing variety of landscapes from the tropical rain forest in the north, to the remote vastness of the Antarctic in the South. Three big landscapes form the country: the Andes in the west, the northern and western flatland, and the wide plains of Patagonia in the South. This country, which is stretched in length, has three climatic zones: tropics in the north, moderate in the centre and polar in the extreme South. The Indian aborigines only live in the north-western Andean region and in the north-east province of Misiones. The rest of the population is mainly composed of European immigrants. The official language is Spanish, but in bigger towns English is also quite common. 

Brazil – with this term one associates endless Amazon jungle, wonderful beaches, Rio de Janeiro, carnival, and samba. This is all correct, but Brazil is much more, a huge country of the superlatives. Brazil is a country of immense proportions and contrasts and has a mysterious attraction for many people. With a surface of 8,5 million km², Brazil is approximately as big as Europe and covers half of the South American continent. The climate changes from the permanent warm tropical north to the sub-tropical variants, to the moderate South. Since the 16th century – when the Portuguese begun to settle in the country - Brazil has always had a magic attraction with foreigners. First there was the gold, then the rubber and coffee and today it is above all, the rhythm, and the exotic, that attracts tourists. The people from Brazil show a lot of happiness, kindness, and spontaneity. The biggest country of South America is a mirror of fascinating pictures.

Day 01 – Friday                                                                         Buenos Aires/Approx. 45,5 km

  • Transfer airport – hotel
  • Mini Tour Palermo (2h, 30min)

Upon arrival in Buenos Aires transfer from the airport to the hotel.

Buenos Airesis not only the capital of Argentina; it is also one of the 10 most important metropolises in the world and the centre of the political, economic, and intellectual life of the country. This cosmopolitan city - with great European cultural influence - displays a refined taste in its cooking, in its” boutiques” and in the elegance of its inhabitants. Almost 12 million people live here, and you can enjoy the plentiful night life visiting” tango” bars, cabarets, discotheques, restaurants, or eternally open bars. During the day, a wide variety of attractions are offered: museums, art galleries, tasteful shops, fascinating antiques, large green areas, parks, wide tree lined boulevards, clubs, and sporting events. The Italian-Spanish descent of the inhabitants has formed this modern metropolis. Feel the flair, above all in the Italian old quarter La Boca and in the wide streets with cafes from the turn of the century. At the Plaza de Mayo, in the political centre of town, is the starting point of this tour through this exciting capital. The widest street of the world, the very famous opera house and the shopping street Florida make Buenos Aires unforgettable.

In the afternoon you will visit the district of Palermo with its beautiful parks and artificial lakes. The City Zoo, the Botanical Garden of Buenos Aires, the Argentinian Horse Track, and the National Polo Fields are all located in this area.

You will also visit one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Buenos Aires: Palermo Soho & Palermo Hollywood.This area has many designer boutiques, owned by local young designers, informal and modern style as well as many fashionable cafes and restaurants.

The evening is at leisure - the following optional tour can be booked with our local TRAVEL PERU office:

Optional: Argentina culinary experience (3h 30min) - On shared basis

This tour is designed to give you an introduction to the best of Argentine cuisine and culture. This is not a cooking class, but a fun and unique experience, where you will meet and dine with people from all over the world.

The international team of guides are on hand to spoil you and take you through every step of this culinary journey:

Each guest is welcomed with a welcoming drink. First you will try Patagonian trout tartar served with Torrontes wine. Next choose from the gourmet fillings and create your own empanada, learning the traditional ‘repulgue’ technique for beef as well as cheese and ham fillings. Enjoy a typical Argentinian picada with grilled provoleta cheese, sliced chorizo sausage, mollejas (gizzard) and our homemade chimichurri.

Learn the most important Argentinian gestures during a short class. Enjoy what many are claiming to be the very best steak in Argentina, cooked to order and accompanied with velvety mash potatoes and a variety of roasted vegetables marinated with vinaigrette of rosemary. These top-of-the-line thick cut filet steaks, have a unique 24-hour preparation method that sets them apart from the rest. Vegetarian, pescetarian and celiac options are available on request.

Two distinct Malbec wines, from boutique wineries in Mendoza, paired to complement the food. Learn about and enjoy unlimited wine throughout the dinner. White wine is also available on request.

Enjoy a cuartirolo cheese tasting with dulce de batata (produced of sweet potato) and dulce de madera (Argentina is the only country in the world where a special kind of wood can be eaten). For desert make your own alfajores, Argentina’s national sweet, where biscuits, dulce de leche, melted chocolate fondue and coconut shavings combine to delight the senses.

Finally, get taught about the history and etiquette of mate tea, Argentina’s national pastime, and prepare it from scratch among yourselves.

A fun and dynamic way to approach Argentina cuisine and Argentinean habits while meeting other international travelers!

**Remark: The tour is shared with international travelers. The transfers take place on private basis with Spanish speaking driver. Time: 07:30 pm – 11:00 pm. Not available on Sundays.


Overnight at Hotel Loi Suites Esmeralda 3* (local category 3*) or similar (1 room apartment)


Overnight at Hotel Grand Brizo Buenos Aires 4* (local category 5*) or similar (comfort room)

Day 02 – Saturday                                                                       Buenos Aires/Approx. 50 km

  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Dinner
  • Buenos Aires City Tour including stop at a historical Café (5h)
  • Dinner & Tango show at Viejo Almacén Tango House (5h) - On shared basis

Get in touch with the birth city of the Tango!

During your city tour in Buenos Aires, you will drive along Avenue 9 de Julio, the widest avenue in the world, you will pass close to the Colon Theatre, one of the world's best known opera houses and the cultural pride of the "Boanergeses".

Visit the famous Avenida de Mayo that runs into the Plaza De Mayo, surrounded by the Casa Rosada (Government House), the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Cabildo (first City Hall, built during Spanish rule). At the other end of Avenida de Mayo, the cupola of the Congress building can be seen. Stop and inside visit the Metropolitan Cathedral, this imposing neo-classical building is Argentina´s main catholic building. The mausoleum of General San Martin (our National Hero) is located inside the Cathedral, and Pope Francisco used to celebrate religious services in this Cathedral when he was cardinal of the city of Buenos Aires.

We will stop for a cup of coffee and a snack at a traditional coffee house.

Your next stop is La Boca, a colourful area with the famous street Caminito.

Continue to the north and visit the area of Recoleta, one of the city’s most glamorous spots. Here you will see elegant boutiques and excellent restaurants, surrounded by centennial trees.

The heart of the neighborhood is the Recoleta cemetery. The cemetery is the centre of this aristocratic neighborhood, and the most important personalities of Argentina’s history rest in this place. The mausoleums and pantheons reflect the architectural diversity emerging from the different cultural tendencies Argentina incorporated in its formation as a nation. The cemetery is one of the most impressive monuments of Argentina, which includes a visit to Eva Duarte`s grave, known as Eva Perón (Evita).

In the evening, you will be taken to the tango house Viejo Almacén, because visiting a Tango Show is a MUST when you are in Buenos Aires!

El Viejo Almacén became a unique place thanks to its historic location and an authentic style nourished by popularity built through the years. Every night its doors are open to enjoy an impressive tango show performed by prominent interpreters of the tango scene, a demonstration of Andean music, as well as exquisite cuisine.

The Tango tradition started at the end of the 19th century, and developed out of a mixture of various rhythms, which were originally danced in the poorer neighborhoods. Tango is reflection of the nostalgia and melancholy of the European immigrants and from here came some great musicians, such as Astor Piazzolla and Anibal Troilo.You will enjoy a show with music, singing and dancing. The dinner includes entrée, main course, dessert & drinks.
After the tango show return to the hotel, arrival around midnight.

**Remarks: The excursion is shared with international travelers. The transfers hotel-tango house and vv. take place with other international travelers from different hotels and Spanish speaking driver.   


Overnight at Hotel Loi Suites Esmeralda 3* (local category 3*) or similar (1 room apartment)


Overnight at Hotel Grand Brizo Buenos Aires 4* (local category 5*) or similar (comfort room)

Day 03 – Sunday                                                                                                     Buenos Aires

  • Meals: Buffet breakfast
  • Day at leisure

Day free at leisure – following optional tours can be booked with our local TRAVEL PERU office:

Optional: Tour to the Tigre and Delta of the Parana River (4h) - On shared basis

The Tigre Delta with its rivers, streams and numerous green islands is a very attractive area. The continuous sediment of the Paraná River, which gives the river its particular brownish red colour, forms the Delta islands.

You will drive through the outskirts of Buenos Aires to the aristocratic northern district of San Isidro to get to Tigre. Tigre is a charming town with a considerable number of summer residences, yachting, and rowing clubs, which represent the weekend activities of many "porteños" (inhabitants of Buenos Aires). You will enjoy a 1h-boat-excursion on the channels of the Tigre-Delta to see some of the hundreds of islands covered with exuberant vegetation.

**Remark: The transfers and the boat navigation are on shared basis with international travelers.

This tour will finalize with drop off at one of the locations below, not at the hotel (guests can choose & coordinate with tour guide best drop off point according to their convenience)

Drop Off points:

-Puerto Madero area / Woman`s Bridge

-Galerias Pacifico – mall in the corner of Avenue Cordoba & Florida

-Avenue Santa Fé & 9 de Julio

-Juncal & Cerrito


-Colon Theatre

-Irigoyen & Lima Street

Optional: San Telmo Antique Fair tour (3h 30min)

San Telmo is the best kept historical neighborhood and oldest district of Buenos Aires.

The San Telmo Antique Fair is one of the most important attractions that the city of Buenos Aires has to offer. Every Sunday Plaza Dorrego looks different when it hosts over 270 stands that offer their unique antiques for sale. Gramophones, gramophone records, antique clothes, jewels, trinkets, postcards, calendars, books, iron-fittings, lamps, and an endless number of ornaments may be found in this traditional fair, organized by the Museum of the City, which has developed an internationally acknowledged identity.

The bars nearby take their tables out onto the sidewalk and the whole adjoining area is full of musicians, singers, tango dancers, mimics; on Sundays San Telmo is an authentic Argentinean feast. Here you will have time to stroll around Plaza Dorrego, you will be caught up in the atmosphere that is purely “Porteño” (the way residents of Buenos Aires are called), you will see some wonderful open-air shows, hear some veteran tango singers, buy something original at the flea market and get an idea of what Buenos Aires and their culture is really about.

**Remarks: Market is only open on Sundays

Optional: Excursion to San Antonio de Areco "Meeting Argentine Pioneers" with lunch (9 hs)

In the morning you will be picked up from your hotel in Buenos Aires to explore San Antonio de Areco, a historic village in the heart of the Argentine pampas and known as the "cradle of traditions".

This preserved colonial town was founded more than 280 years ago; with its cobbled streets, old bars (“Pulperías”) and Estancias, which has kept alive the gaucho lifestyle and customs.

Set on the banks of the peaceful “Areco” river, the town has retained the authentic atmosphere of a small old village with its “siesta” time, artisan´s shops and very relaxed people.

Over 30 different silversmiths make this town the centre of the traditional Argentinian silverworks known as “platería criolla”. In a variety of distinctive styles, they produce gaucho´s knives, jewellery, and many fine pieces of art, in their workshops open to the public.

Home to the oldest Gaucho Festival in the country, the “Día de la Tradición”, which is held in November, San Antonio gathers thousands of gauchos from all over Argentina.

Since 1939, there is an entire week of exhibitions, dances, folkloric music and displays of traditional gaucho skills on horseback. Furthermore, this town was the setting for Ricardo Güiraldes´ Argentinian classic, “Don Segundo Sombra”: the most recognized work of gaucho literature in prose, based on the life of a local character.

Arrival to the colonial city, you have the opportunity to take a mate tea, coffee or a refreshing drink and a snack in an old "Gaucho Bar". Meanwhile, you will learn more about the history and local social life and customs of the city. Afterwards, you will visit a social center where people with different disabilities make the handmade "Alpargatas" (typical gaucho work shoes). You will also talk to a local Gaucho painter and visit his 140-year-old studio, which exhibits Gaucho painting.

The lunch consisting of empanadas, a main course with French fries or salad, dessert, coffee or tea (drinks that you pay directly in the Pulpería or Parrilla are not included), will be enjoyed in an old local restaurant.

After lunch, you will take a walk to the green area, the main square of the gauchos, the museum and the chocolate factory.

At 4 pm return to Buenos Aires.

With this excursion you will support the traditional community, which strives to preserve the ancient traditions of Argentines.

Full day visit includes:

  • A light breakfast with coffee or soft drink, croissant, or a sweet pastry
  • Reception in the workshop where the espadrilles are made and an introduction to the daily work procedure.
  • A donation of USD 2 per person
  • Entry to the studio of the gaucho painter with lecture and demonstration of his painting, and a souvenir drawing
  • Lunch: Empanadas, main dish with meat and french fries or salad, dessert, coffee, or tea (does not include drinks that are paid directly in the Pulpería or Parrilla)

**Remarks: The excursion takes place on private basis with English speaking guide. Due to the opening hours of the social center (only between February and December) and the studio of the Gaucho painter, these inclusions may be replaced by other social projects.

Optional: Buenos Aires Biking tour – northern area Palermo and Recoleta (4h)

Buenos Aires city tour on a bicycle will be an unforgettable experience, where security, good-fellowship, fun and acquired knowledge are the principal characteristics. You will visit for example the Recoleta Cemetery, the parks in Palermo and the San Martin Square.

The tour starts at the San Martin Square (or if booked on private basis at your hotel). After passing by the University of Law, you will see Buenos Aires most modern landmark, the Floralis Generica, a huge flower sculpture made of steel and aluminium, which opens and closes its petals depending on the time of the day. We will pass in front of the Buenos Aries Zoo and will stop to admire some statues and monuments, which are in the Palermo parks. We will continue to the Recoleta Cemetery, the final resting place of some of Argentina’s most renowned citizens such as Eva “Evita” Peron. You will have some time to explore the place on your own. The last part of the tour will take you to the trendy streets of Palermo Hollywood. Here you can find many design boutiques, owned by local young designers, as well as many art galleries, fashionable cafes, and restaurants. Afterwards return to Plaza San Martin, where the tour ends (or if booked on private basis the tour can end at your hotel)


Difficulty: low

The tour takes place with English/Spanish speaking guides.

Helmets, child seats, rain gear, medical assistance, a bottle of mineral water and bicycles are provided.

Shared tour (together with other international passengers): Daily departures 09:30 AM or 02:00 PM. The transfer to the start/endpoint of the tour is not included.

Private tour: guaranteed with 2 or more passengers. By booking the tour on private basis the tour can start/end at the hotel (against a surcharge).


Overnight at Hotel Loi Suites Esmeralda 3* (local category 3*) or similar (1 room apartment)


Overnight at Hotel Grand Brizo Buenos Aires 4* (local category 5*) or similar (comfort room)

Day 04 – Monday                                                        Buenos Aires – Iguassu/Approx. 60 km

  • Meals: Buffet breakfast
  • Transfer hotel – domestic airport Buenos Aires
  • Flight Buenos Aires – Iguassu (not included)
  • Visit Argentinean side of the falls.
  • Transfer to hotel

Transfer to Buenos Aires domestic airport for the flight to Iguassu.

Iguassu – the major landmark in Brazil is undoubtedly the magnificent IGUASSU FALLS, the world's largest. Formed by the Iguassu River, it rises in Curitiba on the east and winds westward 1,320 km through the Parana State. Fifteen kilometres before joining the Parana River, the Iguassu overcomes an abrupt and uneven ground, then, amidst an exuberant forest, hurls itself into 275 falls that cascade over a u-shaped precipice 2,700 meters wide, from an average height of 60 meters. On the other side Brazil displays 800-meter-long falls. From both sides the view is superb, at any time of the year. The Falls have been declared by the UNESCO a World Heritage Site.

Upon arrival met at the airport and transferred to the Argentinean National Park and to the Argentinean side of the falls.  Stopping at the Visitors’ Centre, we alight and take the Superior Circuit, the up-river cascades to the Inferior Circuit, the down-river falls and then the Ecological Jungle Train which leads you to the most impressive observation point of the falls – The Devil's Throat. Finally transfer to our hotel on the Brazilian side.


Overnight at Hotel Viale Cataratas 3-4* (local category 4*) or similar (deluxe room)


Overnight at Hotel Bourbon das Cataratas 4-5* (local category 5*) or similar (superior room)

Or (upgrade-extra charge)

Overnight at Hotel Belmond Das Cataratas 5* (local category 5*) (superior room)

Day 05 – Tuesday                                                                                 Iguassu/Approx. 25 km

  • Meals: Buffet breakfast
  • Visit the Brazilian falls 3h

In the morning visit the Brazilian side of the falls. Walk along paths following cascades and then along the catwalk that leads very close to the bottom of the Devil’s Throat to enjoy magnificent views. After take the elevator, which will take you up to the roadside, where you board the coach for the transfer back to the hotel. Rest of the day free.


Overnight at Hotel Viale Cataratas 3-4* (local category 4*) or similar (deluxe room)


Overnight at Hotel Bourbon das Cataratas 4-5* (local category 5*) or similar (superior room)


Overnight at Hotel Belmond Das Cataratas 5* (local category 5*) (superior room)

Day 06 – Wednesday                                               Iguassu – Rio de Janeiro/Approx. 85 km

  • Meals: Buffet breakfast
  • Transfer hotel – airport
  • Flight Iguassu – Rio de Janeiro (not included)
  • Transfer airport – hotel

Transfer from the hotel to the airport for the flight to Rio de Janeiro.

Rio de Janeiro founded in 1556, the city of St. Sebastian of Rio de Janeiro became the capital of this Brazilian Colony, in 1776. In 1808 the Portuguese royal family fled Napoleon and settled in Rio. This brought a surge of progress, and the city became the main cultural, political, and economic centre of the Portuguese empire. In 1889, when the republic was proclaimed, Rio was confirmed as the country's capital, which it remained until 1960, when the construction of the new capital, Brasilia, was founded.

Rio is situated in a 15-mile-strip of land, wedged between mountains and sea. There are some thirty miles separating downtown Flamengo, from far-flung Recreio, bordered on one side by the blue sea, on the other by verdant hills. Between them lies a colourful state of mind called CARIOCA, with almost 8 million locals who samba their way through life, relaxed and high-spirited.

That is just the way it should be in Rio, surrounded by natural beauty on all sides, with Christ the Redeemer perched on top of Corcovado blessing the city and Sugar Loaf, one of the most famous postcards of our country.

Arrival in Rio and transfer to the hotel.


Overnight at Hotel Mirador Rio Copacabana 3-4* (local category 4*) or similar (standard room)


Overnight at Hotel Windsor Excelsior 4* (local category 4*) or similar (superior room)

Day 07 – Thursday                                                                     Rio de Janeiro/Approx. 30 km

  • Meals: Buffet breakfast
  • Full Day City Tour including Sugar Loaf & Corcovado (approx. 8 hours)

To begin the tour, leave the hotel and proceeding as far as Cosme Velho Station to board a cog-train for the ride through Tijuca Forest up Corcovado Mountain at 748m (2.454ft) high. The train ride takes 20 minutes and is a wonderful opportunity for a closer look at the forest’s lush tropical vegetation and to enjoy scenic landscapes of the beaches and city. Disembarking at the top of Corcovado proceed up the steps that lead to the top lookout where the towering statue of Christ the Redeemer stands. After appreciating the breathtaking views unfolding below, descend by train. The tour proceeds passing by Rio’s world-famous beaches as far as Urca District to board a cable car for a two-staged ascent up Sugar Loaf Mountain at 390m (1.280ft.) high. After descend and proceed along Guanabara Bay and Flamengo Park as far as downtown. Visit the downtown area, the financial and business centre and further attractions, such as the Candelaria Church, Saint Sebastian Cathedral, Lapa Arches, Municipal Theatre, National Library, Fine Arts Museum. Pass by the Sambadrome, site of Rio’s famous Carnival parade.

**Remark: In the unusual case that the train does not operate, the drive will instead take place with vans certified by the city’s administration from/to the Largo do Machado parking.

Optional: Rio by night - Show

Visit a folklore and Carnival show featuring skilled dancers, entertainers, samba bands and beautiful costumes in a wonderful display of Brazilian folklore and Carnival.

**Remark: This excursion can be booked including dinner.


Overnight at Hotel Mirador Rio Copacabana 3-4* (local category 4*) or similar (standard room)


Overnight at Hotel Windsor Excelsior 4* (local category 4*) or similar (superior room)

Day 08 – Friday                                                                          Rio de Janeiro/Approx. 25 km

  • Meals: Buffet breakfast
  • Transfer hotel – airport

Transfer from the hotel to the airport and board your flight back home.

Alternatively, an extension programme can be arranged by TRAVEL PERU.

End of our services

For a more intense travel experience TRAVEL PERU offers individual extensions to different regions. Please request program and price information.

General Conditions


  1. Departure is guaranteed with a minimum of 02 participants. The operation of the tour can only be guaranteed by the end of the free cancellation deadline of the land services, which is 35 days prior to arrival (release date).
  2. The transfers on arrival and departure day are included in the roundtrip rate from 02 persons on; in case 01 pax arrives/departs separately, surcharges for extra transfers will apply.
  3. All transfers and excursions are on TRAVEL PERU-seat-in-service and include local English-speaking guides (changing in each area), except of the following non-TRAVEL PERU-exclusive services:
  • Day 02: Tango Show at Viejo Almacén on regular seat-in-basis. Transfers with Spanish speaking driver.

Transfers and excursions are provided together for passengers of both hotel categories: standard and superior.

  1. The small group guarantee of max. 12 participants cannot be ensured for services on regular seat-in-basis (non-TRAVEL PERU-exclusive services).
  2. Full Payment of program 60 days prior to arrival, any internal flights to be paid in full once reserved and confirmed.
  3. Cancellation Policy:
  • Until 35 days prior departure no cancellation fee
  • From 34 until 20 days prior departure maximum 50% cancellation fee
  • From 19 -1 day before arrival maximum 80% cancellation fee.
  • Day of arrival maximum 95% cancellation fee

Cancellation fees for flights are subject to separate cancellation conditions depending on the Airline. For some airlines cancellation fees will apply already 60 days before arrival.

  1. Covid19:
  • TRAVEL PERU is not responsible for any Health Protocols and other requirements inflicted for both entry and departure ex/to any country within South America. Guests shall contact the corresponding embassies in their countries to check about any limitations or required Health controls when entering or departing each destination.
  • In case your booking is suffering changes due to protocols implemented by the government, your TRAVEL PERU contact will advise you latest at the time of reconfirmation of the booking.
  • In case a guest tests positive while traveling in South America, he/she will be obliged to follow each country's and hotel's protocol regarding quarantine and follow-up testing. As some hotels refuse to host guests who tested positive for Covid19, hotel changes might be necessary. Any extra costs resulting from Covid19 related quarantine or re-routing of the guest need to be paid directly by the guest or her/his insurance. TRAVEL PERU will assist throughout the stay.
  • In the unlikely event that traveling will be made impossible due to government regulations such as closed borders in either the country of origin of the guest or the destination, TRAVEL PERU will be refunding the cost of the trip.
  • In case a guest tests positive for Covid19 before traveling to South America and provides a copy of the positive test results, TRAVEL PERU will be refunding the cost of the trip.
  • Exceptions might apply for air tickets issued through TRAVEL PERU, as this is subject to Airline Policies on refunds.
  • Refunds will be done once suppliers refunded any advance payments to our bank account.
  • We strongly suggest all guests planning to come to South America purchase comprehensive travel insurance covering Covid19 related costs.
  1. In case of early transfers breakfast at the hotel cannot be guaranteed. If a dinner is included in the program, it cannot be guaranteed in case of unforeseen late arrivals.
  2. TRAVEL PERU is not responsible for any belongings of the passengers carried during any services rendered by TRAVEL PERU, such as transfers or tours.
  3. In case of early transfers breakfast at the hotel cannot be guaranteed. If a dinner is included in the program, it cannot be guaranteed in case of unforeseen late arrivals.
  4. The mentioned kilometers do not include the distances covered by airplane, boat or on trekking excursions.
  5. For the internal flights as shown in this program, TRAVEL PERU can offer this service and book/ reserve all your flights. If you require this service, TRAVEL PERU will book/reserve your flights and invoice you for the total amount. If you wish to book and reserve your flights directly yourselves, TRAVEL PERU will provide all the carriers and flight information necessary, so you can book. This will ensure that the whole group will hopefully travel together on the same flights. Our prices include taxes, entrance fees, tax & service charge in the hotels and the obligatory luggage fees at the airports and in the hotels.
  6. Room Tax at the hotel in Brazil is not included in our quotes. This tax is an optional payment and passengers will be instructed locally that its payment is not mandatory.
  7. Our prices do not include airport taxes, airfares, personal expenses, extras in the hotels and tips.
  8. TRAVEL PERU has the right to sell this tour to other clients without any exception.
  9. The above-mentioned rates for pre- and post-nights at the group hotels are subject to availability and valid for max. 3 nights. From the 4th night on, a higher rate could apply.
  10. Optional tours can only be booked through our local TRAVEL PERU-office or TRAVEL PERU-guides. TRAVEL PERU cannot be held responsible for tours booked via any other supplier. Tours have to be paid on the spot. Payment by credit card is not always accepted.
  11. 6 weeks prior to arrival complete passenger details including full name, passport number and validity date, Nationality, date of birth and international ticket number is required.
  12. Flights not booked via TRAVEL PERU can only be reconfirmed by TRAVEL PERU with the correct flight information with respect to your booking.
  13. For group flight reservations in general, no seat assignments can be made in advance so that preferred seating cannot be guaranteed. Groups are checked in at the airport, when the seats are distributed by the airlines.
  14. Rates for accommodation services in Argentina are based on bookings made by non-resident foreign visitors. For nationals or foreign residents in Argentina, program rates are not valid and a surcharge of 21% local tax applies on all hotel services. TRAVEL PERU will require the complete information (name and surname, nationality, country of residence, passport number) on behalf of each passenger at the time of placing a firm booking (FITs) or at the time of confirming the final allotment of a group booking or series (“final rooming list”). In some cases, we may require you to send us a copy of the passports of each passenger.

Important: Cancellation charges for hotel services may increase to 121% of the sales rate in case of no-show or last-minute cancellation. In such cases the 21% local tax (IVA), which are refunded to tourists with foreign residency, will be charged in addition to our quoted hotel rates.

  1. Please inquire at the competent authorities about the actual entry permit, validity of passports and the vaccination regulations.
  2. Our general conditions apply.
  3. TRAVEL PERU liability will be limited to the reimbursement of services supplied for failure of services contracted by us. TRAVEL PERU cannot be held liable for any injury, loss, accident, delay or irregularity occasioned by air-carriers or third-party suppliers and by natural phenomena, sickness, war, quarantine, strike, or any other kind of force major or by attendance to Federal Police, customs and Health Authorities regulations.

Conditions of Payment:

Unless otherwise agreed, the full payment is due 60 days prior to arrival.

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