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Declared by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve, the Pantanal is the world's largest wetland area with an area of approximately 200,000 square kilometers. It encompasses a variety of landscapes including rolling hills, lakes, rivers and grassy savannahs. This region is flooded during the rainy season (November through April) and a result there remain only a few islands where you find isolated Fazendas (farms) and Pousadas (lodges). Its biodiversity is so enormous that the Pantanal is consider...
Starting at $1285.00+

Puno is situated on the shores of Lake Titicaca, the world's highest navigable lake. At an altitude of 12,400 ft., this very deep, intensely turquoise lake is 131 miles long. It is shared by Peru and Bolivia. Lake Titicaca is believed to be the legendary birthplace of the founders of the Inca Empire, as well as the cradle of civilization of the Aymara Indians. Puno, with its colorful customs, handicrafts and ethnic dances, is known as the folklore capital of Peru. Many ethnic groups depend up...
Starting at $679.00+


The history of the Incan Empire, belongs to both Peru and Bolivia. Follow the route of the Incas from Lima to La Paz and see where these ancient peoples lived.
Starting at $5300.00+

Explore one of the wildest and most beautiful regions of the world, with breathtaking views of pristine forests, glaciers, and snow-capped peaks.
Starting at $1845.00+


The spectacular Lake District of Argentina and Chile ranks as one of the top attractions in South America. It is a lovely region of blue lakes, rivers, waterfalls, dense green forests, and snow-covered volcanoes. Overnight in the picturesque mountain town of Bariloche, in the heart of the Lake District, on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi, before crossing into Chile. The full day crossing is a land and water combination, ending in the small Chilean town of Puerto Varas, located 13 miles north ...
Starting at $975.00+

Blessed with immense natural beauty and a fascinating history, Laos has much to offer. This introduction showcases the cultural highlights of its laid-back capital, Vientiane, and charming Luang Prabang, with its stunning scenery, lush forest and beautiful waterfalls.
Starting at $745.00+

Cruise the Amazon in luxury on the Iberostar Grand Amazon. With capacity for 148 passengers (in 72 cabins and 2 suites), it is the largest tourist ship specifically built to navigate the Amazon River and its tributaries. All suites and cabins are equipped with private bathrooms, air conditioning, hair dryer, television, telephone, safe and music. During the day, activities include jungle treks, birdwatching, boat excursions to look for pink dolphins, and visits to local villages. When not par...
Starting at $1715.00+

You'll explore some of the most remote rainforest in all of the Amazon basin, for an up-close look at exotic rarities in their natural habitat. You will be cruising on the classic M/Y Tucano; it is a comfortable river boat, designed to be able to access the small tributaries and hidden channels where larger vessels cannot go.
Starting at $1939.00+