South America boast some of the world’s best luxury holiday destinations, with tours to the amazing hotels in incredible locations.
For that opulent touch, be it a honeymoon, a dream adventure or a break from the stresses of life, there are many luxury holiday options.
South America now boasts a proud portfolio of boutique and classical hotels in iconic cities to the most remarkably remote mountain, Amazon and coastal locations.
Perhaps it will be tango in Buenos Aires followed by a 5* hotel, or a spa break in the Sacred Valley of Peru.
Fine dining and wine will be your companions on every step as you enjoy our top trips with the best guides.
For the more adventurous, try our treks with cosy lodges awaiting you after every day’s trek.
Or our glamping options if you want to sleep under the stars, where wine and a massage at camp could be your wind down as you hike towards Machu Picchu.
There are a range of all-inclusive, top-end hotels to choose from in locations from the Ecuadorian Highlands to Peru’s Sacred Valley to the national parks of Patagonia.
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Prices From $1,740 / £1,450 per person
Dates: From September 2019 to December 2020
Capacity: 16 people
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Dates: From February 2019 to December 2019
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Dates: From January 2019 to April 2019
Capacity: 60 people
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Dates: From September 2019 to April 2021
Capacity: 8 people
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Dates: From October 2019 to May 2021
Capacity: 80 people
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Well, we survived the Inca trail and were very pleased we selected the luxury trek with the smaller camp sites and extra day to complete the 42km. Macchu Picchu in all its glory was was bathed in sunshine on days 4&5 so we were very lucky.
We were lucky enough to spot a small black bear as it crossed our path on route! Our guide Nilo stated he has only seen two bears in the last five years. Thought you may like to see this.
Thank you also for all your help in booking this very memorable adventure! Your info and organisation was much appreciated and really helpful.
We had a fabulous trek. Thank you again.
D and H Gants, USA, 2010
» Luxury Inca Trail Trek & Cusco
So difficult to settle back into life after that amazing experience! Everything far exceeded my expectations - what amazingly friendly people we have encountered - and fantastic food, such a shame that at altitude I had no appetite! I think the highlight of the trip was the Salkantay Lodge to Lodge trek, this was pure luxury all the way and the guides were quite amazing. The group we travelled with were fantastic, everyone willing to walk at the same speed and enjoy each others company.
R. Gay, UK, 2011
» Salkantay Lodge Trek To Machu Picchu
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The Patagonia National Park in the Chilean region of Aysen was formed in 2018 and is the combination of the Lago Jeinimeni National Reserve, Lago Cochrane/Tamango Reserve and the Parque Patagonia also known as Patagonia Park in the Chacabuco Valley. The latter was created by Conservacion Patagonica, a nonprofit incorporated in California whose mission was to protect Patagonia’s wildlands and ecosystems. The National Park covers an area of over 300,000 hectares. Doug and Kris Tompkins Conservationists Douglas Tompkins, the founder of The North Face and Esprit, and Kristine Tompkins first visited the Chacabuco Valley in 1995 and …
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