Discover South America’s “Wonders of the World” with Luxury Gold

first_imgExplore Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Peru and Ecuador, and take advantage of our exclusive land & air offers  RYE, N.Y., April 5, 2018 – Did you know that two of the “New Seven Wonders of the World” are located in South America? Machu Picchu in Peru and the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro are two of the iconic UNESCO World Heritage sites that were selected by the New Seven Wonders Foundation in Switzerland, as a way to highlight symbols of unity in the modern world and raise funds for their preservation. Luxury Gold can show your clients these extraordinary cultural masterpieces – and many more iconic attractions in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Peru and Ecuador – on its itineraries in South America. These exceptional, tailored adventures let guests have immersive VIP Experiences that are not available to the average traveler, move from city to city on luxury coaches with extra legroom, stay in five-star hotels in stunning locations, and enjoy the personal attention of an expertly trained Traveling Concierge. On the 12-day ‘Treasures of the Incas’ itinerary, guests journey to the mist-cloaked citadel of Machu Picchu via the Vistadome train, all the while enjoying the breath-taking scenery through the windows of the panoramic viewing cars. And that’s not all – this journey includes a visit to a working tea plantation, a private ceremony with a local shaman in Moray, lunch with a local Quechua scholar, and a visit to the Center for Traditional Textiles in colonial Cusco. At Lake Titicaca guests cruise the lake, see the floating islands of Uros, and admire the stone carvings of Amantaní. And in Lima, they tour the historical monuments, meet a famous Peruvian artist in his workshop, and dine at Astrid & Gastón, one of the best restaurants in the city. ‘Classic South America’ is an incredible 11-day odyssey through Chile, Argentina and Brazil, with one of the highlights being a trip to Rio de Janeiro, possibly the continent’s most exciting and dynamic city. Guests join a Local Expert on a train ride up Corcovado Hill to the Christ the Redeemer statue, and enjoy stunning views while learning the history and significance of the monument. This trip also lets guests dine at the Michelin-starred MEE restaurant in Rio, taste wine at a Chilean vineyard, experience the gaucho lifestyle on a ranch in Argentina, and marvel at the remarkable Iguazu Falls. The 22-day ‘Grand South America’ trip covers Brazil, Chile, Peru, and Argentina and combines many of the remarkable attractions of both the ‘Classic South America’ and ‘ Treasures of the Incas’ itineraries. In Peru, guests visit theworkshop of Víctor Delfín in Lima, spend six days exploring Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley and Cusco, then move on to Lake Titicaca and Lake Umayo. In Chile, they dine in the trendy Lastarria neighborhood in Santiago, visit the UNESCO-listed port of Valparaíso, and go wine tasting at the boutique Kingston Family Winery in the Casablanca Valley. In Argentina, guests enjoy a tango performance in Buenos Aires, and get a taste of the life of an Argentinian gaucho in San Antonio de Areco. Iguazu Falls is the first stop in Brazil, then they continue to Rio de Janeiro, where they spend two days enjoying the beaches, neighborhoods, views from Sugarloaf Mountain, and of course, Christ the Redeemer. If your clients want to see even more of South America, they can add the six-day ‘Quito & the Galapagos Islands’ trip to the beginning of two of the above journeys. This trip highlights the captivating and culturally rich capital of Ecuador, then embarks on an exploration of the astonishingly diverse marine and terrestrial life of the Galapagos. In Quito, guests have a chance to stand simultaneously in the northern and southern hemispheres, and explore the historic town center, a UNESCO World Heritage site. In the Galapagos, they stay for four nights aboard a floating hotel, see giant tortoises at El Chato Reserve,snorkel among exotic fish in the Eden Inlet, and see hundreds of species ofbirds at Genovesa Island. Clients who book these South America itineraries by April 26, 2018 can take advantage of Luxury Gold’s 5% Early Payment Discount, and $500 per couple business class air credit on LATAM.* Book now before this offer expires! For reservations, agents can call Luxury Gold at 1-888-428-1503, or visit www.luxurygoldvacations.com  Join the conversation using the hashtags #LUXURYGOLDMOMENTS and #LUXURYGOLDVACATIONS  About Luxury GoldLuxury Gold® sets an unmatched standard with its collection of award-winning journeys. Guided by a Traveling Concierge, Luxury Gold is a journey beyond the ordinary, where guests enjoy exclusive VIP Experiences, savor exceptional dining and relax in luxury hotels on every curated itinerary. As global leaders in luxury travel with expertise accumulated over nearly 100 years, Luxury Gold epitomizes extraordinary exploration to some of the world’s most spectacular destinations. To find out more, visit www.luxurygoldvacations.com. About The TreadRight FoundationCreated as a joint initiative between The Travel Corporation’s (TTC) family of brands, The TreadRight Foundation is a not-for-profit that works to help ensure the environment and communities we visit remain vibrant for generations to come. Founded by Brett Tollman, Chief Executive, TTC, to date TreadRight has supported more than 40 sustainable tourism projects worldwide. To learn more about our past and current work at TreadRight, please visit us at TreadRight.org.last_img

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