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2025 Splendours of South America

The ultimate 4-star South American adventure visiting iconic and bucket-list ticking sights through Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Brazil!

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Packed full of amazing highlights, our small-group 2025 “Splendours of South America” tour showcases the diversity of wonders right across the Andes and Amazon. In Cusco, in the Peruvian Andes, be immersed in the ancient culture of the Incas, visit the beautiful Sacred Valley and revel in the spectacular fortress ruins of Machu Picchu. At Lake Titicaca, venture out to the floating Uros Islands before a visit to the lofty heights of La Paz in Bolivia. The Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires is home to some of Sth America’s most lively neighbourhoods and classical architecture. On the Brazilian border with Argentina, experience the might of magnificent Iguazu Falls, before finally arriving in one of the most stunning cities in the world, colourful Rio de Janeiro!

Our 2025 “Splendours of South America” is the ultimate, bucket-list South American tour for those travellers who desire to experience the natural beauty and spectacles of  some of the main highlights of South America.

Be inspired by the immensity and beauty of the Amazon and the might of the waterfalls of Iguazu. Have your breath taken away by the iconic site of the lost Inca city Machu Picchu perfected amongst towering peaks in the Andes. Be impressed by the sights and sounds of locals in Peru’s Sacred Valley. Cruise along the gentle shores to the Uros Islands of Lake Titicaca and enjoy spectacular views from a teleferique over Bolivia’s high capitol, La Paz. be mesmerised by the sights and reflections of Uyuni Salt Lake in Bolivia. Meander through the colourful and vibrant streets of La Boca in exciting Buenos Aires watching passionate street tango performances.  We finish with three nights in iconic and colourful Rio de Janeiro with it’s beaches, samba and magnificent views from it’s cable-car and famed Christ Redeemer Statue.

We take many of the major, must-see highlights of South America and put them together into one unique adventure. Internal flights included to shorten long drive days yet enough time travelling in full-sized coach or iconic trains to enjoy the spectacular scenery.

After the huge success of our inaugural “Splendours of South America” trip in 2023 we’re looking to do it even bigger and better in 2025!

Hear what our Past Guests have to say about our boutique, small-group 4-5 star trips!:

HIGHLIGHTS (25 days Lima to Rio de Janeiro)

  • Lima Welcome Highlight Dinner w/drinks
  • Lima half-day Walking/Driving Tour with expert Local Guide (incl. entry to Santo Domingo Church)
  • Internal  Sth American flights i) Lima to Puerto Maldonado ii) Puerto Maldonado to Cusco iii) La Paz to Buenos Aires iv) Buenos Aires to Iguazu v) Iguazu to Rio de Janeiro. Group tranfers for all internal Sth American flights included
  • Canoe journey to Amazon accomodation, guided walk through Concepcion Trails and dusk canoe wildlife and ecosystem excursion on Madre de Rios River
  • Tambopata National Reserve Amazon walk/trek and dugout canoe excursion
  • Motorized canoe excursion to Inkaterra Canopy Walkway Center
  • Night-time Amazon rainforest adventure
  • Visit to the rustic Chinchero in Sacred Valley incl. Maras Salt Ponds and the circular terraces of Moray
  • Visit to a Sacred Valley local hacienda/working farm incl. local lunch
  • Visit with local expert guide to Ollantaytambo Inca site
  • Stunning train ride on the Machu Picchu 360 from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientas
  • Machu Picchu Inca Site half-day visit with local guide
  • Visit to the Inca Ceremonial Center of Sacsayhuaman in Cusco
  • Cusco site-seeing with expert Local Guide.
  • Highlight local dinner in Cusco
  • Full day Lake Titicaca excursion incl. boat journey to Uros floating island and Taquile Island, Peru
  • Tiahuanaco archeological site visit in Bolivia
  • Visit to Moon Valley, Bolivia
  • La Paz city tour with local guide including the teleferique to Kili Kili viewpoint
  • La Paz highlight dinner
  • Uyuni Salt Lake 2-day stay including salt flats, train cemetery and Salt Museum
  • Two, half-day city tours in Buenos Aires with local guide incl. city centre Recoleta Cemetery, La Boca, Caminto and San Telmo districts
  • Buenos Aires empanada lunch
  • Buenos Aires highlight Tango Show
  • Iguazu Falls Argentinian-side full-day tour incl. exhilarating boat ride to the base of falls
  • Iguassu Falls Brazilian-side visit incl. Bird Sanctuary Visit
  • Two, half-day city tours of Rio de Janeiro incl. Christ Redeemer Statue and Sugarloaf peak cable car visits.
  • Copacabana and Ipanema Beach plus Lapa Arches and Selaron Stairs visits
  • Sambadrome and Macarena Stadium visits
  • Highlight final dinner and Samba show

Other Inclusions

  • Welcome drink in Lima
  • Individual Arrival and Departure airport transfers Lima and Rio de Janeiro
  • Stunning Amazon River nature and wildlife scenery
  • Sacred Valley drive, Peru
  • Cusco to Lake Titicaca drive incl. drive through Juliaca city
  • Stunning drive Lake Titicaca to la Paz
  • Amazing views and visits around Uyuni salt lake
  • Hotel porterage (on departure from each hotel)
  • Local Tour Directors in Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Brazil
  • Including all tips to Tour Directors, Tour Drivers, local guides and included restaurants

Tour Pace

We’ve included plenty of relaxing two-night stopovers plus two, three-night stops.  This ensures you won’t feel so burnt-out by the end of the trip! As we’ll have seven flights within South America there will be some early starts based on flight times booked. Some earlier starts also to enjoy the wonders of the Amazon before the midday heat and the crowds at Iguassu Falls. Free-time to explore at your own pace in each location for those who are more independant and don’t want to have their hands held at every moment!

 Too many inclusions and bucket-list sight visits to mention on our boutique, small-group South American trip!


2025 Tour of South America


25 Days


Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Brazil


Sunday 20th April to Wednesday 14th May, 2025



*AU$16,990pp Twin/Double Share

*AU$3,490 Single Supplement

* Pricing to be finalised January 2024


As at December 2023:  Half-booked already! 10 places left. Contact us TODAY to secure your place/s.


Splendours of South America 2025 Map

Tour Itinerary

Day 1 / Sun 20th  April 2025/ Lima

Welcome to Lima! Upon arrival at Jorge Chavez International Airport, your driver awaits to transfer you to the hotel. Settle in and rest up, then meet your tour leader for a welcome briefing before we taste our first flavours of South America with dinner in a local restaurant. Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro founded the city on the Day of the Three Kings, settlements had been scattered through the valley since before the Incas. The city was built on top of an existing palace and temples that belonged to the local chief who had little choice but to move on. Lima was in its prime during the Spanish colonial days and much of the city’s attraction now lies in its well-preserved historical centre.                                                                           (HD)

Hotel: 2 nights Lima Dazzler by Wyndham Miraflores

Day 2 / Mon 21st April 2025/ Lima

This morning we delve into the sprawling metropolis of Lima, beginning with views of the magnificent pre-Inca Huaca Pucllana pyramid which offers an insight into the city’s ancient culture. Next we take in the colonial side of Lima seeing the Cathedral, Plaza Mayor, Palacio Municipal, and plethora of glorious monuments. Later, we visit the Convent of Santo Domingo, where the relics of three Peruvian saints are conserved. We finish our touring in the modern section of this great city visiting the district of Miraflores and the Larco Mar shopping mall which rests on the seafront cliffs and showcases not only a myriad of shops, but also spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and Parque del Amor.  The rest of the day is yours to explore more of this UNESCO World Heritage Site city at your leisure.                                            (BB)

Day 3 / Tues 22nd April 2025 / Lima to Puerto Maldonado/Amazon

Leaving Lima this morning we board a flight to Puerto Maldonado, gateway to the Southern Amazon jungle. We board a motorised canoe for the short journey along the Madre de Dios River to our accommodation, a lodge on the banks of a natural ‘cocha’ or lake, a place rich in ecosystems, tropical plants and beautiful wildlife. Enjoy lunch produced with local organic ingredients and native flavours before we take a guided walk-through the property’s many nature trails, learning about the rainforest, its uses, transformations by mankind, and importance to the planet. This evening we take to the water again, navigating the Madre de Dios River at twilight to discover its ecosystem, Amazonian creeks and nocturnal wildlife before returning for dinner. (BB, L, D)

Hotel: 2 nights Puerto Maldonado Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion Cabana

Day 4 / Wed 23rd April 2025 / Puerto Maldonado/Amazon

Tuck into a nutritious buffet breakfast in preparation for a trek into the Tambopata National Reserve. We’re headed to Lake Sandoval and along the way we’ll learn about the reserve’s extensive biodiversity, conservation efforts and the lake’s formation. Taking a dugout canoe across this mirror-like oxbow lake, we hope to spot wildlife like the endangered giant river otter, blue and yellow macaw, black caiman, and one of the world’s biggest fresh water scaled fish, the paiche.  After lunch at the lodge we make our way to the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway where we take to the treetops for breathtaking views of the rainforest canopy. Ascending one of the two 30m towers and crossing the hanging bridges, we pause on observation decks and feel the hum of the rainforest. With nearly 400 species of birds in the area we’ll spot white-throated toucans, woodpeckers, and trogons, but also keep an eye out for squirrel monkeys and the three-toed sloth. After descending from the canopy we traverse a 200m wooden bridge over swampland discovering the fauna and flora of this flooded ecosystem. Tonight we explore the Amazon rainforest on foot, seeking out nocturnal animals with their intriguing behaviour patterns, and listening to the sounds of this hidden world.                                        (BB, L, D)

 Day 5 / Thurs 24th April 2025 / Puerto Maldonado to Sacred Valley

Leaving our lodge sanctuary we return to Puerto Maldonado and take to the skies for a fascinating flight to Cusco, which sees us constantly ascending to Cusco’s altitude of 3399m. On arrival we transfer to our hotel in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The Sacred Valley was undoubtedly a key area of settlement to the Incas; its combination of agreeable climate and fertile plains bestow an unusual abundance for the high Andes. Here the Incas sculpted the mountain flanks with vast contour terracing and irrigation channels.                                           (BB, D)

Hotel: 2 nights Sacred ValleyCasa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado

Day 6 / Fri 25th April 2025 / Sacred Valley

Today we head to the small rustic town of Chinchero, a hidden treasure that many visitors miss boasts an impressive display of Inca architecture, ruins and megalithic carved rocks, home to the famous Peruvian weaving. We continue on through some of the most scenic spots in the Sacred Valley to the ancient Maras Salt Ponds. Here the Incas built terraces to capture and harvest the salt that flows from the salty springs that emerge from the hillside. Later in Moray, we discover the huge circular agricultural terraces that were built by the Incas on limestone sinks, an agricultural laboratory of sorts used to determine the optimum conditions for each species in varying altitudes. Later at a local hacienda we gain an insight into local farming, learning firsthand about the production of Cusco Giant White Corn and hacienda life, and enjoying a rustic ‘farm to table’ lunch. Our day finishes with free-time to relax back at our hotel.  (BB, L)

Day 7 / Sat 26th April 2025/ Sacred Valley to Aguas Calientes

We begin today visiting the ruins of Ollantaytambo; this extraordinary site is home to a massive Inca fortress, hillside terraces and an amazing rock formation representing the Inca god Wiracocha. Then we take to the rails on a scenic train ride like no other aboard Inca Rail’s ‘The 360°’. This unique rail journey through the Andean landscape to Machu Picchu is truly beautiful, with the train featuring tall panoramic windows and an observation outdoor carriage from which to take it all in. We wind from the Sacred Valley to descend gradually along the edge of the Urubamba River, finally reaching the cloud forest and arriving in Aguas Calientes, a modern little town close to the sanctuary of Machu Picchu.                          (BB, D)

Hotel: 2 nights Aguas CalientesEl Mapi by Inkaterra

Day 8 / Sun 27th April 2025/ Machu Picchu

Today brings the ultimate archaeological site visit to Machu Picchu. We take a short bus ride up a steep, zigzagging road bringing us to the impressive Lost City of the Incas Long thought to be the stuff of legends, Machu Picchu’s remains were discovered only in 1911 by Hiram Bingham. Standing 2,430m above sea-level, and surrounded by tropical mountain forest, Machu Picchu is probably the most amazing urban creation of the Inca Empire and our expert local guide will show us the most important sectors of this great Inca City, including the great Intiwatana (solar clock), Sun Temple, urban and agricultural sectors, which all seem to be clinging to the gravity-defying rock escarpments as if cut naturally in the rock escarpments. After lunch we zig zag our way back to town for an afternoon at leisure. town by bus. The rest of the day remains at leisure.             (BB, L, D)

Day 9 / Mon 28th April 2025/ Aguas Calientes to Cusco

The first hours of the morning are at leisure. If you wish, make a second visit to Machu Picchu early in the morning. At the appropriate time, board the tourist train back to Ollantaytambo. Upon arrival to the train station, you will be transferred back to Cusco. On the way back, visit the huge “Inca Ceremonial Center of Sacsayhuaman”. This enormous structure overlooks the city of Cusco. Its constructions are amazing, with huge rocks perfectly fitted. It is said that it took over 10,000 workers 50 years to build it. The origin of the temple of Sacsayhuaman is still today unknown. The archaeologist attributed its construction to the Period of the Inca Pachacutec. Later, we settle into our hotel.      (BB, D)

Hotel: 2 nights Cusco Sonesta Cusco Superior Rooms

Day 10 / Tues 29th April 2025/ Cusco

Cusco is our focus today, where we enjoy a guided walking tour through the vibrant centre, unearthing the mixture of Inca and Spanish cultures, wandering the cobblestone streets and discovering the Stone of Twelve Angles at the Inca Roca Palace and The Temple of Qoricancha. In the heart of the city the Plaza de Armas is surrounded by colonial arcades, carved wooden balconies and four churches; we visit the beautiful Cathedral to discover its fine examples of colonial baroque art. Lastly we arrive at the bustling San Pedro Market to find vegetables, meats, local cheeses (which you should certainly try), chocolates, herbal medicines and many local handicrafts. The rest of the afternoon is free to take advantage of your Cusco Tourist Ticket which is valid at many museums and archaeological sites. Of course you may also like to nestle into one of the city’s many cool cafes and watch the world go by. Tonight we dine at a restaurant overlooking the main square enjoying some lively local music.                                                              (BB, HD)

Day 11 / Wed 30th April 2025/ Cusco to Lake Titicaca

Today we hit the road travelling to Puno via spectacular mountain scenery and passing through colourful and lively Juliaca which is renowned for its traditional street dancing, often performed in celebration of Catholic festive days. We arrive in Puno nestled between the mountains and shores of Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world at over 3800m above sea level. Puno is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful destinations in Peru. After check-in, there’s plenty of time to acclimatise to the altitude before we meet for dinner.                                                              (BB, D)

Hotel: 2 nights Puno, Lake Titicaca – Sonesta Posada del Inca Puno (Lake View Rooms)

Day 12 / Thurs 1st May 2025/ Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca is home to the famous Floating Islands of the Uros, an amazing archipelago of man-made totora reed islands, inhabited by the Uros, descendants of one of the oldest cultures of the continent. Our full day boat tour gives us an insight into how today’s inhabitants continue to live as their ancestors did. We continue on to Taquile Island whose 2,200 residents are known for their ancestral skill in weaving, their pre-Columbian constructions and lovely countryside. On this island, we’ll find fine handwoven textiles and clothing, which are regarded as among the highest-quality handicrafts in Peru. We take in a typical lunch in a local rustic restaurant before setting sail back to Puno.      (BB, L)

Day 13 / Fri 2nd May 2025/ Lake Titicaca to La Paz

Bid farewell to Peru and our Peruvian tour leader as we arrive at the border town of Desaguadero. We clear the immigration process to enter Bolivia where our expert Bolivian tour leader awaits ready to whisk us away to the archaeological site of Tiahuanaco, the base of a great civilisation that began around 500BC before mysteriously disappearing around AD1200. Thought to be where the Incas learned about building systems and agricultural practices, the sprawling ruins comprise of temples, courtyards, terraced pyramids, monolithic stone statues, gateways, and the most famous structure, the Puerta del Sol (Gateway of the Sun). From the ruins we make the two-hour drive to the Bolivian capital of La Paz, where we remain at high altitude in the southern Central Andes.  (BB, D)

Hotel: 1 night La Paz – La Casona Boutique

Day 14 / Sat 3rd May 2025/ La Paz to Uyuni Salt Lake

We bid farewell to La Paz (for now!) and take the short morning flight south to Uyuni and its fascinating salt lake, the largest salt plain in the world! Uyuni was founded in 1890 as a trading post. Its position within the Andes made it a convenient crossing point between Chile, Bolivia and Argentina. Upon arrival we head straight out to the spectacuclar salt flats to view this famed Bolivian site. Time to take fun photos at the salt flats before heading up to the ghostly and surreal Uyuni train cemetery. The railway system was originally built by a British mining company between 1888 and 1892 and encouraged by Bolivian authorities who believed that the country would flourish with a good transport system and connections to Pacific ports. When mining was exhausted after WWII the trains were left to create the surreal and other-worldly train cemetery. Next up a visit to the Salt Museum before checking-in for 2-nights to the unique and out-of-this world experience, Palacio de Sal Hotel – The Salt Palace! Yes, a hotel made of salt!

(BB, D)

Hotel: 2 nights Uyuni – Palacio de Sal

Day 15 / Sun 4th May 2025/ Uyuni Salt Flats

A relaxed start as we continue to explore the Uyuni Salt Flat region. First up we visit the nearby Chiquini caves, an underwater set of caves that predate glaciers. Next up we before continue to the Tunupo Volcano viewpoint for breathtaking views of the desert landscape and from where we can observe the immensity of the salt flats.  After an included lunch we’ll then cross the salt flats to enjoy the beautiful landscapes, before a visit to Incahuasi Island. The island is located in the heart of the salt flat and it is the biggest of a group of islands that represent an isolated ecosystem. Its hilly and rocky terrain is covered with giant cacti, which are hundreds of years old and can reach over 10 metres high providing an impressive sight. At the end of the day, disconnect and relax in one of the most extraordinary places on earth.  Enjoy the remoteness at a unique hotel built of salt blocks.  Colourful Andean furniture and art add charm, while sweeping panoramic views of the salar will take your breath away.  (BB, L, D)

Day 16 / Mon 5th May 2025 / Uyuni to La Paz

We take a morning flight back to la Paz where we continue to explore La Paz. We start with Moon Valley, a unique geological area where erosion has formed a large collection of sandstone monoliths shaped over thousands of years, creating a truly lunar surface scene. Next we visit a typical Indian market, the famous Witch Doctor’s Market, and the San Francisco Colonial Church. The tour continues to the Plaza Murillo where the Cathedral, Palacio del Congresso Nacional and Palacio Quemado hold centre stage. We then visit the famous colonial street Calle Jaen with its brightly plastered 18th century houses, before finally heading to the lofty heights of Killi Killi to see this jostling city from on high. Tonight we join the hustle and bustle with dinner at a local restaurant.                            (BB,HD)

Hotel: 1 night La Paz – La Casona Boutique

Day 17 / Tues 6th May 2025 / La Paz to Buenos Aires

Leaving Bolivia we board our flight to Buenos Aires where our local Argentinian tour leader greets us and introduces us to this vibrant and passionate city. Born on the banks of the Río de la Plata, Buenos Aires is a city of contrasts showcasing grand European avenues alongside neighborhoods that literally taste of tango and the exciting rhythm of a milonga, a popular Argentinean dance. We’re here to discover the city’s intense cultural life, gastronomic offerings and incomparable night life!       (BB, D)

Hotel: 3 Nights Buenos Aires Tango de Mayo (Superior Room)

Day 18 / Wed 7th May 2025 / Buenos Aires

Enjoy a morning exploring Buenos Aires with our guide, including the intriguing tombs and monuments of the Recoleta Cemetery, the final resting place of some of the city’s most famous residents. We take a walk around La Boca and its well-known ‘Caminito’ district, before moving on to the lesser-known side of this colourful neighbourhood to visit an artist’s gallery and stop for lunch at a local restaurant.  Tonight we step out and visit the city’s legendary Piazzolla Tango, a beautiful art-nouveau theatre where Astor Piazzolla’s music comes to life accompanied by some of the best performers in Argentina.  Enjoy an evening of sophistication, elegance and style, exquisite dishes and a soirée full of the tango´s magic, spirit and passion.                                                 (BB, L, HD)

Day 19 / Thurs 8th May 2025 / Buenos Aires

Today our guide take us on a stroll through the cobblestone streets of San Telmo, the oldest barrio in Buenos Aires, and home to colonial buildings, quaint shops, antique stores and tango parlors. We finish up our tour getting to know the most iconic, and oldest, public square of Buenos Aires, Plaza de Mayo, the site of the May Revolution. Next up it’s time for a culinary experience like no other as we master the art of correctly closing empanadas before sitting down to enjoy authentic Argentine cuisine, combined with local boutique wines.  After lunch, feel free to keep exploring the city on your own.  (BB, L)

Day 20 / Fri 9th May 2025/ Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls

We farewell Buenos Aires and board a flight to Puerto Iguazu which lies on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Iguazu is the gateway to the famous Iguazu Falls and after checking-in the rest of the afternoon is at your leisure to explore the town at your own pace before we meet up again for dinner.             (BB, D)

Hotel: 2 Nights Iguazu Falls Loi Suite Iguazu (Superior Room)

Day 21 / Sat 10th May 2025 / Iguazu Falls

Today is dedicated to the breathtaking Iguazu Falls that span nearly 3km and have to be one of the most awe-inspiring sights on the planet. These massive waterfalls are divided between Argentina and Brazil and today we’ll be visiting the Argentinian side. We gain a deep perspective of the waterfalls, recently named one of the Seven Wonders of the World, by taking to the three walking trails. On the lower circuit we view of the falls from below, feeling part of the natural surroundings, and sensing their great magnitude. The upper circuit takes us above the falls for a different perspective. Later we take an adventure boat ride seeing highlights such as Devil’s Throat and the San Martin Falls. Be prepared to get wet as we sail into the splash zone and ride over choppy rapids before hiking up to a vista point, and riding an off-road vehicle through the jungle.                                               (BB)

Day 22 / Sun 11th May 2025 / Iguazu Falls to Rio de Janeiro

Continuing our Iguazu Falls experience, today takes us to the Brazilian side for a completely different perspective and a panoramic view of the entire falls. In the Iguazu Falls Parque das Aves (Bird Park) we walk through the subtropical forest which is a refuge and sanctuary for many bird species, including macaws, golden parakeets, harpy eagles, and toucans. Displays also include other animal life such as reptiles, snakes, and tarantulas. On finishing our tour we transfer to Iguazu Airport to make tracks for Rio de Janeiro. Truly breathtaking from the moment we arrive, Rio, or Cidade Maravilhosa (the Marvelous City) is nestled between lush, green mountains and crystal clear seas. The city is full of energy and rhythm, and a carefree spirit evident on the iconic beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema.  (BB)

Hotel: 3 Nights Rio de Janeiro Arena Copacabana

Day 23 / Mon 12th May 2025/ Rio de Janeiro

Our touring of Rio begins with a scenic drive to Corcovado Hill and the national icon, Christ the Redeemer. We take in the sweeping panoramic views of Rio and marvel at the giant statue, then continue to the district of Urca to board the first cable car to the top of Urca Hill (215m), which offers spectacular views of Guanabara Bay. A second cable car takes us to the world famous Sugar Loaf (395m) for spectacular 360-degree views of the city and surrounds. Tonight we learn more about Brazilian culture with a show that takes us on a rhythmic tour celebrating the indigenous tupiniquin people, Brazil’s iconic music and dances like the Lambada, Carimbó, and Bossa Nova, and of course the world-famous Carnival.                 (BB, HD)

Day 24 / Tues 13th May 2025 / Rio de Janeiro

This morning we head to Maracanã Stadium, a must for any football fan, to see the statue of Bellini, a national treasure. We then visit the Sambadrome, the stadium purpose built for the city´s iconic Carnival parade. Passing through the historic centre, we see the Lapa Arches and make a stop to visit the Selaron Stairs, an amazing urban work of art by the late Jorge Selaron. Returning to the hotel along Aterro do Flamengo, we pass by the Monument to the Fallen in World War II and the beaches of Flamengo and Botafogo. Tonight, to celebrate our big South American adventure, we enjoy a farewell dinner at a local churrasqueria restaurant where food is cooked in the traditional churrasco, or barbeque, style. (BB, HD)

Day 25 / Wed 14th May 2025/ End Rio de Janeiro 

Our wonderful “Splendours of South America” adventure finishes after breakfast. Enjoy further time in Rio or continue your holiday onto your next destination. Thanks for travelling with us and all the best with your onwards journeys!                                                                  (BB)

2025 "Splendours of South America"


Sunday April 20th to Wednesday 14th May, 2025


*AU$16,990 per person twin share (25-day tour)

*AU$3,490 Single Supplement

*Pricing to be confirmed ~January 2024


Please contact us directly at or 1 800 722 311 (within Australia) or +61 1 800 722 311 to request a Booking Form or more details on this 2025 South America Tour