Latin America tours

It’s like nothing I’ve seen before

After traveling to more than 50 countries (and almost every corner of the globe), you might think Lael, our Director of Product Development, had seen it all. But while traveling in South America to create our four new Latin America tours, the landscapes of Bolivia still blew him away.

There’s always something new to discover. What will you find?
Highlights of Mexico:
Oaxaca to Mexico City
9 days + 4 day Yucatán extension
Bold flavors, rich history and heritage, a slice of paradise—here’s where you’ll soak it all in.
Savor authentic Mexican recipes like barbacoas and mole poblano. Wander Oaxaca’s markets and the cobbled streets through UNESCO-recognized Mexico City. Trace the roots of Aztec civilization at Teotihuacán, then continue your travels to the Yucatán Peninsula. There, you’ll go from touring the Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá and Tulum to basking in the sun on the beautiful beaches of Playa del Carmen.
A Week in Peru:
Lima, Cuzco & Machu Picchu
8 days
Short and sweet, but doesn’t skip a beat, you’ll see sights from Machu Picchu to vibrant Lima.
There are so many things to see and do and Peru—and you’ll experience them all on tour. Start in Lima, Peru’s capital city, before flying to Cuzco, once the center of Inca civilization. Explore the Sacred Valley and uncover the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu, and you’ll see Peru’s history come alive.
Chile & Argentina:
Patagonia to Buenos Aires
12 days + 5 day Peru extension
Cities give way to glaciers and towering mountains. Find unbridled nature that’s out of this world.
Santiago, the bustling capital of Chile, is where your travels through two diverse South American countries begin. Tour Santiago before trading the city for the UNESCO-recognized natural wonders of Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares National Parks. A tango dance in Buenos Aires, the Argentine capital, makes a celebratory finish for an incredible adventure.
Grand Tour of Peru:
Machu Picchu to Lake Titicaca
13 days + 5 day Bolivia extension
From landscapes that inspired ancient legends to once-lost cities, untold wonders are yours to discover.
From seeing Spain’s colonial influences on tours of Lima and Cuzco to exploring the Lost City of the Incas at Machu Picchu, history surrounds you. A cruise on Lake Titicaca reveals the remarkable “floating islands” and Inca ruins on Isla del Sol. Then, just over the border of Bolivia on the tour extension, you’ll find landscapes—from the Salar de Uyuni salt flats to Moon Valley—like no other place on earth.

Spotlight on Cuba tours
Habeneros, a nickname for the residents of Havana, Cuba, is a moniker that perfectly captures the energy emanating from every corner of the city. In spite of Cuba’s complicated history, Habaneros know how to bring passion (and a little spice) to everything—whether it’s strolling along the Malecón, dancing the rumba or cruising through colorful Old Havana in an antique car.

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A Go Ahead traveler explores Cuba and beyond

Go Ahead traveler Amy fills us in on life as a full-time globetrotter and her experience on our tour of Cuba.

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