Grand Tour of South America
- Duration: 14 or 17 days
- Group size: 15-35
- Reviews: 54
The sophisticated cities of Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires are the perfect introduction to this continent of contrasts. You’ll undertake thrilling outdoor adventures, such as admiring the Iguazú waterscape from every angle and embarking on expeditions of Incan sites, like the legendary Machu Picchu.
- 11 nights in handpicked hotels
- 11 breakfasts
- 3 lunches
- 5 dinners with beer or wine
- 8 guided sightseeing tours
- Christ the Redeemer statue
- Samba school visit
- Iguazú Falls
- Plaza de Mayo
- Buenos Aires’ La Boca neighborhood
My first experience with Go Ahead Tours was extremely positive. I have to give kudos for out tour director Leo in Peru. He was courteous polite efficient and always going the extra mile with a smile. I wish we had him the entire tour. If someone was not feeling well at high altitude he ran and offe...
The city bus tour of RIO could be skipped. Buenos aires was worthless Fly from the Falls to Peru To much time in AirPorts and on airplane Use a different airlines. Delta screwed us out of a day of tour. And mishandled luggage
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Having traveled to Europe over 20 times, I looked forward to some place different; this tour did not disappoint. We had planned to travel in September, but a bad reaction to the yellow fever shot delayed us until October. Thank you so much to the Go Ahead staff who were unbelievably understanding in...
The grand tour of South America was phenomenal. Each day was as awesome as the prior day. The restaurants and hotels were clean and well maintained. Checking in and out was a breeze. The security guards in the hotels were alert and attentive. A special shout out Emiliano and Saulo, the tours guide...
Had a great time, loved Rio de Janeiro, especially the Samba School, Sugar Loaf and Beachs. In Argentina enjoyed the Tango Show and Gaucho Ranch. Machu Picchu, what a Gem. The Amazon Extension was well worth it, such natural diversity.
Here's the nitty-gritty—where you’ll stay, how you’ll get there, and what to know about your destination before you go.
We handpick every hotel to strike the balance of comfort, location, and local charm. Specific accommodations will vary based on your departure date, but these are frequently used hotels for this tour and we're confident you'll be satisfied.
This eco-friendly hotel is located in the Leme neighborhood. Guests enjoy a bar, a restaurant, and beach views. Nearby, you’ll find Forte Duque de Cax...
This contemporary hotel is located in Portal da Foz. Guests enjoy a water park with thermal pools, a poolside bar, and multiple restaurants. Nearby, y...
This contemporary hotel is located in downtown Buenos Aires. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and bar, and a rooftop terrace and pool. Nearby, yo...
This contemporary hotel is located in Santa Ana. Guests enjoy courtyard yoga, Wi-Fi, and a 24-hour market. Nearby, you'll find Plaza de Armas, Quirika...
This contemporary hotel is located in Aguas Calientes. Guests enjoy Wi-Fi, a bar, and laundry service. Nearby, you'll find Machu Picchu, Phuyupatamarc...
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