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  • Lima
  • Cusco
  • Puno
  • Lapaz
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Chile is a long, narrow country stretching along South America's western edge, with 4,300km of Pacific Ocean coastline. Santiago, its capital, sits in a valley surrounded by the Andes and Chilean Coast Range mountains. The city's Plaza de Armas, founded in 1541, contains neoclassical landmarks and the National History Museum. The massive Parque Metropolitano offers swimming pools, a botanical garden and zoo.



Peru is a country in South America that's home to a section of Amazon rainforest and Machu Picchu, an ancient Incan city set high in the Andes mountains. The area surrounding Machu Picchu, including the Sacred Valley, the Inca Trail and the lively city of Cusco, is also rich in Incan sites as well as hiking, rafting and mountain-biking opportunities.



Bolivia is a country in central South America, with a varied terrain spanning Andes mountains, the Atacama Desert and Amazon Basin rainforest. At more than 3,500m, its administrative capital, La Paz, sits on the Andes’ Altiplano plateau with snow-capped Mt. Illimani in the background. Nearby is glass-smooth Lake Titicaca, the continent’s largest lake, straddling the border with Peru.


  • Lodging Standard Double Room 

  • Meals as per Itinerary 

  • Tours and Entrances 

  • Tours with English Speaking Guide


  • RT Domestic Airfare 

  • Airport taxes US$ 80.00 (STC) 

  • Terminal & Philippine travel tax

  • Meals 

  • Visa Fee & Visa Processing Fee: 

  • Tip for the guide, driver and waitresses. 

  • Others not mentioned in the inclusions 

  • Full cancellation charge will be applied for any cancellation after: 

  • 60 Days – 75% 

  • 30-59 Days – 50% 

  • 7-29 Days – 100%


DAY 01

SANTIAGO  (--/--/--)

  • Arrival to Santiago and transfer to your hotel.
    Overnight in Santiago
DAY 02

SANTIAGO  (--/--/--)

  • Breakfast at the hotel
    Leave the hotel for a city tour of Santiago visiting the Bernardo O’Higgins Avenue (also called “Alameda”) running east-west and dividing the city in two main parts, the Providencia District and its commercial centers, Balmaceda Park, San Cristobal Hill and Metropolitan Park (optional ascension to the hill summit), the Forestal Park and the Fine Art Museum, Plaza de Armas with the Cathedral, the Town Hall and the main Post Office, the Civic Center with “La Moneda” building siege of the government, the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Finance and Justice buildings, as well as the Central Bank., continuing towards the oldest part of the town with attractive old mansions in different construction styles, the universitary district and, on the way of return, the Chile State University, the exclusive Union Club, the National Library, the central Santa Lucia Hill and the Catholic University. Return to your hotel. 
    Overnight in Santiago
DAY 03

SANTIAGO  (--/--/--)

  • Breakfast at the hotel
    Departing from downtown Santiago you head toward the coast, located just 120 kilometers / 75 miles from Santiago, crossing the fertile Curacavi and Casablanca Valleys, with their beautiful vineyards, fruit tree farms, and forest reserves. En route you will visit the two major cities of the country: Viña del Mar, Chile's main seaside town and Valparaiso, a port city founded in the sixteenth century and declared as "World Heritage Site by UNESCO." The tour also includes a scenic tour through National Congress, Parque O'Higgins, Parque Italia, Plaza de la Victoria, Plaza Sotomayor and "Muelle Prat Wharf located at the port itself in Valparaiso. Then visit the Museum of the famous Chilean poet, writer and Nobel Prize Literature winner (1971) Pablo Neruda La Sebastiana House-Museum. La Sebastiana was a fantasy place by Pablo Neruda wanted to run to and away from the hectic and busy pace of Santiago. “I feel the tiredness of Santiago. I want to find in Valparaiso a little house to live and write quietly. It must have some conditions…” This was how Pablo Neruda put it in 1959 to his friends Sara Vial and Marie Martner. The house became a reality and now houses a collections of old maps, seascapes and other paintings. There are many other relics from the port and other curios such as music boxes and an old horse carved in wood. You will visit the elevators – cable cars that take you to the peaks around Valparaiso with amazing look outs – miradores – offering views of the city. Cerro Alegre-Cerro Conception, Sotomayo Square, Naval Heroes Monument, and Paseo 21 de Mayo at Cerro Playa Ancha are just a few sites you will see. Enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant. Vina del Mar, also known as "the Garden City", has 300,000 inhabitants and is the country's main beach resort. Located next to the Port of Valparaiso, it has a good selection of restaurants, a casino, cafes, discotheques and good shops. Past and present intermingle in this bustling tourist centre. Here, you will visit the "Flowers Clock", "Quinta Vergaera", Muelle Vergara, and the casino, before your guide takes you for a drive along the coast to Reñaca Beach. Return to your Hotel.
    Overnight in Santiago
DAY 04

SANTIAGO / LIMA  (--/--/--)

  • Breakfast at the hotel
    At proper time, transfer from the hotel to the airport 
    Flight from Santiago to Lima 
    Arrival in Lima, meet and transfer to the hotel 
    Visit colonial Lima’s downtown: go around the Main Square, where you can find the Presidential Palace, the Cathedral, the Archbishop’s Palace and the Metropolitan City Hall, historic and traditional buildings. Then, get to know Santo Domingo church and monastery, a XVII century jewel, recognized as cultural heritage by UNESCO. The tour goes on to the modern district of San Isidro. Finally you will visit Larco Museum, a private collection that has a collection of treasures from Old Peru, and makes visitors discover, understand and enjoy more than five thousands years of ancient Peru’s history through more than 45,000 pieces.
    Overnight in Lima
DAY 05

LIMA / CUSCO  (--/--/--)

  • Breakfast at the hotel 
    At proper time, transfer from the hotel to the airport 
    Flight from Lima to Cusco 
    Arrival in Cusco, meet and transfer to the hotel 

    Half Day City tour + nearby archeological remains (REGULAR SERVICE)
    Get to know the city of Cusco, an UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site and possessor of a style all its own. The tour begins at the Koricancha Temple, an old Incan palace and main center for the worship of the sun god, Inti. Once the Spanish conquered Peru, the Dominican order built a lovely church over top this temple’s foundations: the church of Santo Domingo, that is still there today. Your next destination is the Main Square, upon which sit the Cathedral, the beautiful Church of La Compañia de Jesus (Society of Christ), and other Colonial period buildings. The adventure continues to the Sacsayhuaman Fortress built of enormous stone blocks expertly shaped by the Incas. It is strategically located at the top of a hill overlooking the city of Cuzco. What a view of the city! The tour ends with visits to three archeological sites: Qenko, Puca-Pucara, and Tambomachay, important religious and administrative centers for the Incas.
    Overnight in Cusco
DAY 06


  • Breakfast at the hotel 
    You will be driven through a scenic landscape to the Urubamba Valley, the "Sacred Valley of the Incas".In the route, stop at Awana Kancha and discover the beauty of South American camelids, guanacos, llamas, vicuña and alpacas, and an exhibition of traditional Andean textile art.Then arriving at the town of Pisac, an hour drive from Cuzco, you will visit the colorful Pisac Market, where the local indians meet to sell their merchandise as they have done it for centuries. There is also a handicraft market. The tour continues to the town of Ollantaytambo from where you will climb up to its imposing Inca fortress at the top of the mountain. Lunch will be provided at local restaurant.
    Overnight in Cusco
DAY 07


  • Breakfast at the hotel 
    At a proper time transfer fom your hotel to the train station.
    Awaiting you today is by far and away one of the high points in world tourism: Machu Picchu. Your adventure starts on a train ride to the city of Aguas Calientes, where you disembark and then board a bus that drives you to the actual Machu Picchu archeological site, where you will definitely have an experience you will never forget. The tour includes every nook and cranny of this New 7 Wonder of the World and UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site; afterwards, there is some free time for you to explore the site on your own, to relax, or to meditate. At the agreed upon hour, you will descend to Aguas Calientes for lunch at a local restaurant and, later on, board the train for the return trip to Cusco; you will stop at the Ollantaytambo Station and be picked up and driven to your hotel.
    Overnight in Cusco
DAY 08

PUNO  (--/--/--)

  • Breakfast at the hotel 
    At the scheduled time, transfer from your hotel to the bus station.
    Early morning you will start your day long bus journey to Puno on the shores of Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world. Enjoy the incredible view of the herds of alpaca and llamas grazing on these highland pampas, interspersed with small villages, and the majestic backdrop of the Andes.You will served lunch at local restaurant.
    Arrival to Puno and transfer to your hotel
    Overnight in Puno
DAY 09

PUNO  (--/--/--)

  • Breakfast at the hotel 
    In the morning, we will make a one-day tour to Lake Titicaca and, as first stop, we will visit the floating islands of the Uros, also known as People of the Lake. These islands are built out of layers of totora and are used as housing and trade centers for the native Uros. They travel on handicrafted rafts. We will go on with our tour to Taquile Island, where the community greets tourists very kindly, and keep their old style traditions, customs and colorful clothings. The islanders are skilled craftspeople and express in each piece astonishing techiniques developed by their ancestors for centuries. Lunch is included.
    Overnight in Puno
DAY 10

PUNO / LA PAZ  (--/--/--)

  • Breakfast at the hotel 
    You will be drive south along the western shore of Lake Titicaca through the picturesque villages of Pomata and July, the tour continues to Desaguadero in Bolivia. We will pick you up from the border between Peru and Bolivia (Desaguadero), then continue to visit Tihuanacu ruins. Tiahuanaco is 72 km/45 miles - 1 ½ hours from La Paz, the trip passes through the Bolivian Highlands were you can see the Aymara Indians way of life. It was one of the oldest American cultures, Carbon 14 dating give us an average age of 1580 BC to 1150 AC. It is considered the cradle of the American man and one of the most advanced cultures in development at that time. Their main constructions are: the Kalasasaya temple with the main stone work done like the Gate of the Sun, the monoliths Ponce and Fraile; the Akapana pyramid and the Semi underground temple. Visit of the two local museums to see the rich pottery and stone work. Lunch is included.
    Overnight in La Paz
DAY 11

LA PAZ  (--/--/--)

  • Transportation from La Paz to Copacabana (3 ½ hours), visit its church and the famous "Virgen Morena". Take a boat to the Island of the Sun (1 hour); visit Pilkokaina ruins, then Yumani to see the Water of the Eternal Youth. 
    Lunch or box lunch included. Take the boat back to Copacabana (1 hour) and then transportation to La Paz (3 ½ hours). 
    Overnight in La Paz
DAY 12

LA PAZ / SALAR DE UYUNI  (--/--/--)

  • Morning flight from La Paz to Uyuni, where you’ll be transfer to a nearby salt hotel in Colchani, at the shores of the Uyuni salt flats.
    Enter this unique natural wonder with over 10.582 km2 at 3.692 m of salt is really special; you’ll visit the village of Colchani in the shores to see the locals produce salt. Enter this perfect natural highway to cross it to “Isla Incahuasi” (2 hours), a special habitat of volcanic rocks and giant cactus, continue north to the mummies of Coquesa in the foothills of the Tunupa volcano. Trip back to Colchani to enjoy a great sunset, overnight in a salt hotel. Full board is included for this day
    Overnight in Colchani- Salt Hotel
DAY 13

UYUNI / LA PAZ  (--/--/--)

  • Morning to enjoy the area and transfer to the nearby airport for your flight to La Paz. 
    A 4 hour tour of La Paz, including the area of the street markets, rich in handicrafts, weavings and witchcraft artifacts. 
    The tour goes through the colonial part of the city, San Francisco Church, Murillo Square and the outdoor replica of the Tiahuanaco temple. Then to the modern part of town, dropping down a lot in elevation to finally visit the Valley of the Moon, enjoy all of its natural geological formations.
    Overnight in La Paz
DAY 14


  • Breakfast at the hotel 
    At proper time, transfer from the hotel to the airport to take your next flight.


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