From the magic of Machu Picchu to the jaw dropping beauty of Iguazu Falls. Discover two of the most spectacular sights in South America in one amazing trip encompassing these spectacular highlights of South America. Our Buenos Aires Iguazu Falls and Machu Picchu trip can run equally well in reverse, starting in Buenos Aires. If you enjoy cities then consider adding on a few days in Buenos Aires or continue to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil for a taste of the coolest cities in the Americas.
|Day 1||Arrive Lima|
|Day 2||Cusco City and Outlying Inca Sites|
|Day 3||Sacred Valley of the Incas, Travel to Machu Picchu|
|Day 4||Visit Machu Picchu and Return to Cusco|
|Day 5||Fly from Cusco to Iguazu|
|Day 6||Iguazu Falls: Argentina side|
|Day 7||Iguazu Falls: Brazil|
|Day 8||Buenos Aires Tour and Free Afternoon|
|Day 9||Free day in Buenos Aires|
|Day 10||Fly Home|
Travel to the historic city of Cusco high in the Andes. We pick you up from the airport and take you on a city tour of the colonial and Inca highlights in and around this fascinating city.
We take you on a full day tour of the beautiful Sacred Valley. Explore a traditional market, wander the Inca alleyways of Ollantaytambo and enjoy lunch alongside the Urubamba River. Later this afternoon take the train to Aguas Calientes, at the foot of Machu Picchu,
This morning your private guide will show you the intricate stonework and explain the significance of the Inca sanctuary. Afterwards you have free time to explore at your own pace and take in the magical splendour of Machu Picchu before returning to Cusco.
Fly from Cusco Iguazu via Lima. Iguazu falls is one of nature’s world wonders and is located on the border of Brazil and Argentina.
On your private tour of the Argentine side of Iguazu Falls, explore the different walkways and viewpoints where you can see different aspects of these huge falls. You can choose to include a boat ride which takes you right up to the thunderous Devil’s Throat. Be prepared to get soaked! More on Iguazu Falls.
Your private tour of the Brazilian side of the falls allows you to see Iguazu in a stunning panorama. Breathtaking! This afternoon you fly to Buenos Aires where you will be picked up and taken to your city centre hotel.
This morning you have a tour of this buzzing city with its characterful historical quarters such as San Telmo and La Boca, and the glamorous district of Palermo. This afternoon is free for you to explore further at your own pace.
Today you have a free day to relax and explore the many museums and cafes in Buenos Aires. Let us know if you are interested in a tango dinner show.
We work with accommodation from 3 star and upwards. Prices are based on 2 people sharing a room in a 3 star hotel. Ask us for upgrade recommendations and prices.
A stylish, modern hotel with a fabulous restaurant, café bar and cocktail bar.
The hotel is in Miraflores, a modern, safe area on the coast with shops, excellent restaurants and all amenities close by.
This beautiful independent hotel with 18 rooms is quiet yet central in the arty San Blas area.
A beautifully restored colonial building that once made up part of a market.
Stunning views over the Urubamba river.
This is the only hotel next to the entrance to Machu Picchu.
Carefully built preserving the environment and beauty of the area, the Cantera Lodge continues to work in innovative and sustainable practices
Located in the lush heart of the national park, this resort and spa has unmatched views of the dramatic falls.
Centrally located city hotel.
The Alvear is located in the most elegant area in Buenos Aires.
Miraflores Park is in a privileged location on the cliffs above the ocean.
Restored from a former monastery and located in the heart of the historical quarter of Cusco.
This hotel is a blend of classic styles and recycled materials.
This is a welcome sanctuary after the hustle and bustle of Aguas Calientes.
LOI Suites has been built to be in keeping with its beautiful natural surroundings.
Located in the heart of Buenos Aires, the Hotel Pulitzer is a newly built hotel with a fresh cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Situated in the modern Madero district of Buenos Aires with its many restaurants and amenities.
This Argentine-owned hotel reflects the character and culture of the country, giving it a unique individuality.
Lima and Buenos Aires are the start and end points for this trip and the itinerary can work either way around.
From the UK BA fly direct to Rio and Lima, although note that the LIma flight is from Gatwick not Heathrow.
KLM, Iberia and Air France fly via Europe.