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Economy Classic Standard service featuring more comfortable tourist class hotels; some travel by public transportation but sometimes use of private vehicles; great value for those looking for an authentic experience but a little more comfort.

ItineraryProduct NameDeparture CityGeneral CommentsCities Visited 
Vibrating Lima Economy ClassicLima Modern and full of life, historical and intense. This is Lima, center of the viceroyalty, a city that has it all: bars, cafes, casinos and dance clubs, as well as one of the finest and most varied cuisines in the planet. Peru’s capital is ready…let the party begin! 1+ Details
Lima, Culinary Experience EconomyLima Flavors and seasonings, surprises and delights. Peruvian cuisine is unique and so is the experience Lima Gourmet offers us, from a traditional Pisco Sour to a juicy lomo saltado (stir-fried beef) to an impressive ceviche. Every one of our senses will be invaded by the arrangement of colors, smells and flavors this experience has waiting for us. 1+ Details
Cusco, Archeological Capital EconomyCusco Through its streets and churches, archaeological sites and markets, Cusco is a city to enjoy. The imperial city of Cusco is ready to hypnotize us with its magic and seduce us with its history. This will be such an exciting and intense trip that you will want it to never end. 2+ Details
Crossing The AndesSantiago Resting on an inland plain, with the Andes glimmering in the distance, Santiago, the capital of Chile, is the fifth largest city in South America. Santiago is a city that seems destined for growth. The Mapuche destroyed it in 1541, only six months after Pedro de Valdivia founded it, but soon the Spanish were back and building it up again.Connecting these two countries is easy and takes travelers on one of the most scenic journies up and over the Andes mountain range. 3+ Details
Elements Of Costa RicaSan Jose Costa Rica's "Valle Central" and surrounding highlands form the cultural and geographical base of the country. It consists of a fertile upland basin inhabited by approximately two-thirds of the country's population. It is also home to the four most important cities in the country: San Jose, the capital city of Costa Rica, and the provincial capitals of Cartago, Heredia and Alajuela, each with its own character and sense of identity, together providing the most economically productive region. 4+ Details
A Cusco that Must Be Seen EconomyCusco Five days to discover the best Cusco has to offer. Visit the main attractions of downtown Cusco, Sacsayhuaman and surrounding archaeological sites, the less explored yet impressive South Valley, the always colorful Sacred Valley, and the spectacular Machu Picchu. 2+ Details
The Moche Empire EconomyLima Sun, color and joy await us. The Peruvian North offers impressive ancient sites in inhospitable places, it breathes magic in pyramids and memorial tombs and bedazzles us with golden treasures in museums and archaeological sites. The mystery lies here, we just need to be prepared to unveil its hidden treasures. 3+ Details
Peru Near To You EconomyLima The Peru you are looking for is right here within reach. We combine Lima and Cusco in a tour that will help you discover the best of Peru’s two most representative cities. 3+ Details
Sunrise at Machu Picchu EconomyLima We are in Machu Picchu and energy is flowing through all our senses. Let’s take a minute to take it all in and fully enjoy this experience. From sunrise to sunset, we will discover the mystery each of these rocks holds. Machu Picchu is waiting for us, what are you waiting for? 3+ Details
Bogota in Depth Bogota The traditional cobbled streets and whitewashed walls of Villa Leyva, a well-preserved colonial town just outside of Colombia’s capital, will take you back in time as virtually no modern architecture can be found here. Explore a cathedral hewn out of a salt mine, browse artisanal shops and also discover the delights of Bogotá during this fascinating package. 1+ Details
Ancient Cultures of Peru EconomyLima Get deeply involved with the richness of our past. Discover the Inca Empire as if you were part of it. 15 days to be immersed in knowledge about the cultures that defined and influenced the Andean world-vision. An experience that will change your life completely. 5+ Details
Great Inca Expedition EconomyLima Intense and exciting: a whole new experience. From the Nazca Lines to the natural beauty of the Ballestas Islands, to watching a condor fly near you at the Colca Canyon, sailing on Lake Titicaca and walking on the Uros Islands, to feeling the overwhelming silence of Machu Picchu. This program offers you everything you need to truly live and feel the Inca culture 8+ Details
Amazon River RaftingQuito A world class Amazon rafting adventure that runs through two of Ecuador’s very best one-day river runs. The Jatunyacu is a classic descent through breathtaking jungle scenery with Kichwa Indian families settled along its shores. This descent is followed by a combined stretch of the Jondachi and Hollin rivers which are Ecuador’s newest and most exciting run. The Jondachi – Hollin cuts through a remote and pristine jungle canyon filled with crystal clear waterfalls. Evenings are to relax in a quality jungle lodge among the serenading rainforest. 1+ Details
Majestic Scuba North of CubaCamaguey 20 kilometers of beach protected by a large and well preserved coral barriers. From 7 to 35 meters depth you can find different species of coral, enormous fans, crustaceans and mollusks, caves and tunnels, and also Nuestra Señora de Altagracia (Our Lady of Altagracia) sunken ship. Recommended Diving sites: * Mortera: -27 meters; identified by the remains of a 19th century Spanish merchant shipwreck at the entrance of Nuevitas Bay channel. Colorful coral fish, big snappers, * Cueva Honda (Deep Cave): 32 meters, an impressive cave with shelters tarpon and big groupers. * Sharks Point: -30 meters, there a show in which sharks up to 3 metres long are fed out of the hands of diving instructors. * Nuestra Señora Virgen de Altagracia: -27 meters. A well preserved steel tug boat from early of 20th century, located next to a wall dropping straight into the abyss. - Instructors: 5. - Course certification: ACUC, SNSI - Boats: two 13 feets boats. Daily capacity for up to 50 divers. - Average Annual Temperature: 27° C. - Qualified medical staff and reanimation equipment. The nearest hyperbaric chamber is placed at Santiago de Cuba Naval Hospital, 1 ½ hours by helicopter. - Type of diving: Coral reefs; Wall; Sunken ships, Cave; Canal, Night. 1+ Details
Majestic Scuba in Cuba El colonyEl Colony, Isla de la Juventud, Cuba El Colony International Scuba Diving Center • 56 Diving Sites • 15 instructors certified by CMAS, SSI, PADI. • 10 boats with capacity for 15 to 18 divers. • Coral reefs diving; Wall Diving; Cave Diving; Night Diving; • Diving Equipment Rental. • Diving courses for all the levels. Course Certification ACUC • Photos and films exposed service • Service for Systems IN / DIN • Hyperbaric chamber, intensive care ambulance and specialists in hyperbaric medicine. • Qualified medical staff and reanimation equipment includes oxygen on board and in land. Environmental Condition • Air temperature average: 22.4ºC in winter and 38 ºC in summer. • Average Water Temperature: 23 ºC in winter; 27 ºC in spring/autumn and 28 ºC, in summer. • Average visibility: 40 meters. • Superficial current speed average: 0-25 cm/seg. • Average salinity: 37000 parts / liters, • Average of Annual Visibility: 40 meters (horizontal). 1+ Details
Majestic Scuba Diving South Central CubaCienfuegos, Cuba Guajimico Village, placed 42km from Cienfuegos on the road to Trinidad, is the ideal destination to combine diving with sightseeing, trekking or exploring Cuban country side and cultural cities. The area has a huge variety of colorful and pristine corals, stars, lettuce, cactus and sponges. The fauna includes French and grey Angel fish, barracuda, blue damsels, snappers and groupers. Services: * 14 diving sites at 10-15 minutes from shore. * Scuba diving takes place twice a day. * Two boats for 20 and 30 pax each; equipped with medical kit and radio. * Tanks and weights are provided for those who bring their own equipment at no charge. - Trade mark Vieux Plongeur, 50 tanks and full gear, 4 Bauer compressors, * Deep range: from -5 to -60 meters * Instructors: 2 with 1* CMAS, 1 with 3* CMAS, 1 master ACUC and 1 instructor 2* by French federation. * Hyperbaric Chamber: Cienfuegos, 45 Km 1+ Details
Honduras Ruins & ReefsSan Pedro Sula Unpackaged. Unfiltered. Unspoiled. This is the majesty of Honduras. From the breathtaking sunsets in Roatan, to the misty green mountains of Pico Bonito, Honduras is a vibrant wonderland, full of adventure and breathtaking beauty. It is the centerpiece of Central America. And you will be as awed by the splendor of it's land as the warmth of it's people. Discover all the reasons Honduras is the Central America you know in the country you'll love. Honduras is a vibrant country, brimming with clear turquoise waters, pristine beaches, lush jungles, breathtaking mountains, challenging rivers, and fascinating ancient ruins. Vast expanses of mother nature are to be found everywhere. 3+ Details
Coffee Triangle -ColombiaArmenia La Zona Cafetera is an area full of natural beauty: lush green valleys perfect for growing coffee beans, high mountain plains, volcanoes and cloud forest. The valleys are also home to the wax palm, the tallest palm in the world. Here you will find coffee plantations where you can learn about the coffee making process, flower farms, thermal springs, nature reserves and luxurious haciendas where you can relax in tranquility. Restaurants in the area serve amazing trout from the nearby trout farm. The Coffee Trail follows the route more visitors to Colombia are enjoying through the coffee-growing region tucked into the mountains southwest of Bogota 1+ Details
Highlights of South America Lima Explore culture, heritage and beach during this wonderful 15 day group tour. Visit Lima, Cusco, Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, La Paz, Buenos Aires, Iguassu Falls and Rio de Janeiro. 7+ Details
Maya Magic & MysteryAntigua The World of the Maya has many faces: some of them ancient as found carved on towering temples, other as modern as those of the people who live in Guatemala today. They are the descendants of a mighty Maya people whose customs and traditions are still part of the fabric of Guatemalan life 3+ Details
Taste Of South AmericaBuenos Aires Visit the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires, picturesque Colonia del Sacramento lined with cobblestone streets and the scenic coastline, the capital city of Uruguay - Montevideo, the stunning waterfalls in Iguassu and beach time in lively, Rio de Janeiro! 5+ Details
M/V Santa Cruz Eastern Islands (Fri-Wed)Galapagos Islands, Ecuador The 90-guest M/V Santa Cruz emerged from its period in dry dock refreshed, revamped and ready to give its passengers an experience of the Galápagos Islands they'll never forget. They have added an extra naturalist guide to the crew - an Underwater Naturalist- who will lead guests by the hand during swimming and snorkelling activities. In order for guests to get closer and understand more about the islands' marine world, the ship now has a hydrophone for listening to the calls of dolphins and whales. There is something on M/V Santa Cruz for everyone.  + Details
M/V Santa Cruz Northern Islands (Mon-Fri)Galapagos Islands, Ecuador The 90-guest M/V Santa Cruz emerged from its period in dry dock refreshed, revamped and ready to give its passengers an experience of the Galápagos Islands they'll never forget. They have added an extra naturalist guide to the crew - an Underwater Naturalist- who will lead guests by the hand during swimming and snorkelling activities. In order for guests to get closer and understand more about the islands' marine world, the ship now has a hydrophone for listening to the calls of dolphins and whales. There is something on M/V Santa Cruz for everyone.  + Details
M/V Santa Cruz Western Islands (Wed-Mon)Galapagos Islands, Ecuador The 90-guest M/V Santa Cruz emerged from its period in dry dock refreshed, revamped and ready to give its passengers an experience of the Galápagos Islands they'll never forget. They have added an extra naturalist guide to the crew - an Underwater Naturalist- who will lead guests by the hand during swimming and snorkelling activities. In order for guests to get closer and understand more about the islands' marine world, the ship now has a hydrophone for listening to the calls of dolphins and whales. There is something on M/V Santa Cruz for everyone.  + Details
Yacht Isabela II Central Islands (Mon-Fri)Galapagos Islands, Ecuador With a capacity of only 40 guests, Yacht ISABELA II offers a relaxed atmosphere while enjoying an unforgettable Galapagos expedition. Yacht Isabela II will allow guests to enjoy all that Galapagos is famous for: from ancient giant tortoises to penguins, from sleek flamingos to bold sharks, from bizarre flightless cormorants to rugged marine iguanas and from whales and dolphins to dramatic island volcanoes and breathtaking scenery, plus the exploration of the Galapagos Marine Reserve (the second largest in the world) on kayaks, the glass bottom boat, swimming or snorkeling.  + Details
Yacht Isabela II Northern Islands (Tues-Mon)Galapagos Islands, Ecuador With a capacity of only 40 guests, Yacht ISABELA II offers a relaxed atmosphere while enjoying an unforgettable Galapagos expedition. Yacht Isabela II will allow guests to enjoy all that Galapagos is famous for: from ancient giant tortoises to penguins, from sleek flamingos to bold sharks, from bizarre flightless cormorants to rugged marine iguanas and from whales and dolphins to dramatic island volcanoes and breathtaking scenery, plus the exploration of the Galapagos Marine Reserve (the second largest in the world) on kayaks, the glass bottom boat, swimming or snorkeling.  + Details
Yacht Isabela II Southern Islands (Fri-Tues)Galapagos Islands, Ecuador With a capacity of only 40 guests, Yacht ISABELA II offers a relaxed atmosphere while enjoying an unforgettable Galapagos expedition. Yacht Isabela II will allow guests to enjoy all that Galapagos is famous for: from ancient giant tortoises to penguins, from sleek flamingos to bold sharks, from bizarre flightless cormorants to rugged marine iguanas and from whales and dolphins to dramatic island volcanoes and breathtaking scenery, plus the exploration of the Galapagos Marine Reserve (the second largest in the world) on kayaks, the glass bottom boat, swimming or snorkeling.  + Details
Yacht La Pinta Eastern Islands (Fri-Mon)Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Yacht La Pinta, has been designed for the ultimate luxurious expedition adventure in the Galapagos Islands. The 63-meter (207-foot) yacht accommodates 48 guests. Yacht La Pinta will allow guests to enjoy all that Galapagos is famous for: from ancient giant tortoises to penguins, from sleek flamingos to bold sharks, from bizarre flightless cormorants to rugged marine iguanas and from whales and dolphins to dramatic island volcanoes and breathtaking scenery, plus the exploration of the Galapagos Marine Reserve (the second largest in the world) on kayaks, the glass bottom boat, swimming or snorkeling.  + Details
Yacht La Pinta Northern Islands (Mon-Fri)Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Yacht La Pinta, has been designed for the ultimate luxurious expedition adventure in the Galapagos Islands. The 63-meter (207-foot) yacht accommodates 48 guests. Yacht La Pinta will allow guests to enjoy all that Galapagos is famous for: from ancient giant tortoises to penguins, from sleek flamingos to bold sharks, from bizarre flightless cormorants to rugged marine iguanas and from whales and dolphins to dramatic island volcanoes and breathtaking scenery, plus the exploration of the Galapagos Marine Reserve (the second largest in the world) on kayaks, the glass bottom boat, swimming or snorkeling.  + Details
Yacht La Pinta Western Islands(Fri-Fri)Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Yacht La Pinta, has been designed for the ultimate luxurious expedition adventure in the Galapagos Islands. The 63-meter (207-foot) yacht accommodates 48 guests. Yacht La Pinta will allow guests to enjoy all that Galapagos is famous for: from ancient giant tortoises to penguins, from sleek flamingos to bold sharks, from bizarre flightless cormorants to rugged marine iguanas and from whales and dolphins to dramatic island volcanoes and breathtaking scenery, plus the exploration of the Galapagos Marine Reserve (the second largest in the world) on kayaks, the glass bottom boat, swimming or snorkeling.  + Details
Chilean Wine Valleys Escape Colchagua Valley Discover one of Chile's most famous wine regions during this remarkable three day tour of the Colchagua Valley. Learn about its rich history and traditions and taste some of the excellent wines produced at its renowned wineries.  + Details