Included Holiday Highlights

  • Tour 'City of Kings' Lima
  • Tour of Cuzco
  • Discover the 'Lost City' of Machu Picchu
  • Visit the market at Pisac
  • Catamaran cruise on Lake Titicaca
  • Visit the Inti Wata Cultural Complex
  • Tour of La Paz including Moon Valley
  • Tour of Buenos Aires
  • Iguaçu Falls from the Brazilian side
  • Visit the statue of Christ the Redeemer
  • Local Flavours - Traditional Asado dinner

Holiday Itinerary Latin Wonders of the World

Day 1 UK - Lima

Today you will fly to Peru's capital, Lima.

Day 2 Lima

On arrival in Lima today we'll transfer you to your hotel in the heart of the Miraflores district for an overnight stay. 

Day 3 Lima and Cuzco

You'll get to know Lima this morning on an included tour. The city is splendidly positioned overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Known as the 'City of Kings' it was founded in 1535 by the Spanish Conquistador, Francisco Pizarro, and eventually became the capital of the whole Spanish colony.

One highlight of your tour is the main square, where you'll find the Presidential Palace, the cathedral and the Metropolitan City Hall. A lot of the architecture you'll see has changed little since the 17th century, while the influence of the Incas and native Indians is also in evidence.

This afternoon we'll transfer to the airport for our flight to Cuzco. B

Day 4 Cuzco

​Cuzco, the 'Imperial City', was once the capital of the Inca Empire and is now a fascinating combination of ancient and colonial architecture. On your tour this morning highlights include the elegant Plaza de Armas at the heart of the city, and the impressive cathedral. You're also going to visit the Inka's Expression Workshop where you can watch artisans at work. ​B

Day 5 Cuzco - Machu Picchu

Today is the day you get to explore the incredible 'Lost City' of Machu Picchu. This Inca treasure was rediscovered in 1911 and lies perched above a steep valley swathed in jungle. Your journey to the ruined city is by narrow gauge railway with an onward journey by bus. On the mist-shrouded mountain top you'll set off on a walk with a Local Guide, who will introduce its splendour.

Afterwards you'll have time to explore this fascinating citadel by yourself. We'll then head to the small town of Aguas Calientes, which is nestled in a valley beneath this incredible site. We'll have lunch here before making our way to the Sacred Valley by trainB,L

Day 6 Cuzco - Sacred Valley

​You are going to visit the vibrant Indian market in Pisac today – a great place to pick up a unique souvenir of your holiday and mingle with the locals. As you browse maybe you'll choose to barter for a rug, an alpaca-wool sweater or other local handicrafts. Later, we'll return to Cuzco.​ B

Day 7 Cuzco - Puno

Early this morning we take to the road and head to Puno, on the shores of Lake Titicaca. The route we take includes a stop at La Raya pass, which is 4,300 metres above sea level and acts as a natural boundary between Cuzco and Puno. It's a great spot for viewing the snow-capped Andes, so have your camera at the ready! We will also stop at the Inca ruins in Raqchi, where there is a beautifully decorated 17th century church. B,L

Day 8 Lake Titicaca - La Paz

Your day begins with a cruise across Lake Titicaca to Sun Island, the legendary birthplace of the Inca Empire. You'll step ashore to visit the Inca Garden, steps and fountain before heading to the Inti Wata Cultural Complex. Here you can visit the Ekako Underground Museum and admire the Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders display.

As we cruise back to the harbour we'll enjoy a buffet lunch, and then our journey continues by road to the Bolivian city of La Paz. B,L

Day 9 La Paz 

There's lots to see in La Paz, an intriguing city which sits high above sea level and is beautifully framed by the three-peaked Illimani Mountain, so let's go out and explore. Hidden treasures lurk around every corner, and on this full-day tour you'll discover gems including the Indian Market and fascinating Witch Doctor's Market. The stalls here sell all kinds of charms and potions that promise to ward off evil spirits.

You'll also visit Moon Valley, a lunar landscape of canyons and spires, and take a cable car ride from one end of La Paz to the other for fantastic views of the city and the mountains that surround it. B,D

Day 10 La Paz - Buenos Aires

Today we'll transfer to the airport for our flight to Buenos Aires, arriving this afternoon. Argentina's thrilling capital is known as the 'Paris of the Americas' and boasts beautiful tree-lined boulevards lined by 19th century architecture. Why not head out to explore, or simply relax and enjoy the facilities at your hotel. ​B

Day 11 Buenos Aires

We'll explore the sights of Buenos Aires on a tour that takes in Plaza de Mayo, where the Casa Rosada, or Government House sits. Also in the square is the Cathedral of Buenos Aires, where the tomb of General San Martin, the hero and liberator of Argentina is located. You will also visit the La Boca District, renowned for its brightly painted houses, and now an artists' colony. Your final stop is the  Recoleta cemetery, famous for its beautiful family tombs and as the burial place of Eva Peron.

This evening you have the option to enjoy a traditional dinner and tango show.​ B

Day 12 Buenos Aires at leisure

Today is free for you to do just as you wish, so head back into Buenos Aires and explore further at your own pace. Alternatively, you could join an optional estancia ranch tour. Your Tour Manager will have all the details.​ This evening we will take you to a typical Argentine restaurant for a traditional asado dinner. In true Argentine​ style, this is served late evening.​ B,D

Day 13 Buenos Aires - Iguaçú

We’ll transfer to the airport this morning for our flight to Iguaçú, home of the famous waterfalls, which span Argentina and Brazil. B

Day 14 Iguaçú at leisure

Today is free for you to spend just as you please. You can explore the area at your own pace, or choose to join a full-day excursion into the Iguaçú National Park and the Argentinian side of the Iguaçú Falls.

Situated at the meeting point of three countries – Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina – they are a truly awesome sight and considered one of the world's largest natural wonders. Higher than Niagara, wider than Victoria, Iguaçú actually consists of 275 separate falls, and about three-quarters of the total length is on this side. From one of the many trails here you can actually walk into the heart of Devil's Throat, the best-known of the individual falls. In fact you're quite likely to get wet on this side, as the walkways take you sometimes within arms length of the thundering waters for a really unique experience.B

Day 15 Iguaçú and Rio de Janeiro

We are going to see the Iguaçú Falls from the Brazilian side today. Although smaller than the Argentinian side, from here you can take in the full panorama of these immense falls as you stand on special walkways and feel the spray on your face.

This afternoon we'll transfer to the airport for our flight to Rio de Janeiro. ​B

Day 16 Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is unique – simply bursting with energy, excitement and entertainment. As an introduction to the city, today you'll head to Corcovado, home to the famous statue of Christ the Redeemer. Built in 1931 as a symbol of peace, it is listed as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and stands 38 metres high. To reach the statue it is necessary to ascend via a small cog railway which winds up the mountain for superb views over Rio and Sugarloaf Mountain.

This afternoon you have the option to view Rio from another wonderful vantage point, Sugarloaf Mountain. You will travel to the lofty heights of the mountain by cable car on an unforgettable journey. B

Day 17 Rio de Janeiro - UK

You've a free day in Rio to explore at your own pace. If you want to relax and soak up the sun you are perfectly placed as your hotel boasts a wonderful spot right on the world-famous Copacabana Beach. Curving in a crescent over four kilometres its white sand is lapped by azure waters and is sure to prove too tempting to resist.

This evening we'll transfer you to the airport for your flight back to the UK. ​B

Day 18 UK

You'll arrive back in the UK today.

Please note:

During this tour you will travel to altitudes of over 12,000ft where altitude sickness can occur. Simple measures, such as eating light meals and drinking lots of fluids, can help to alleviate the symptoms. If you suffer from heart or respiratory conditions or have any other concerns please consult your doctor. 

A tourist tax is payable on arrival at the hotel in Buenos Aires. This will be 1.50 USD per person per night. 

Departure dates and prices 2024/2025 Latin Wonders of the World

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7 May 2024 £4999 6 May 2025 £4949
8 October 2024  £5399 14 October 2025 £5299
25 February 2025 £4999

The holiday price may be subject to change and will be confirmed at the time of booking.  Airlines used and flight times are subject to change and will be confirmed in your final documents.  Alternative dates may be available but not yet guaranteed, call for details. Prices are based on twin occupancy of a double or twin bedded room. Single occupancy supplements will apply. Travelsphere have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the hotel images provided on this website and images of room types displayed may vary to those offered on your tour. Therefore due to the possibility of inadvertent errors we do not guarantee their accuracy. Hotels, airlines used and flight times are subject to change and will be confirmed in your final documents. All holidays subject to Travelsphere Terms & Conditions. Please check tour details with the operator at time of booking as Cennet Ltd cannot be held responsible for any errors showing on it’s website

Latin Wonders of the World

Holidays by Air 18 Days

2024/2025 Prices from £4949

Over 18 action-packed days you'll experience many thrilling highlights as you journey to Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Brazil. Tour Lima, the 'City of Kings', and Cuzco, once the capital of the Inca Empire, and discover the iconic 'Lost City' of Machu Picchu, nestled on a mist-shrouded mountain. Further incredible sights in Peru include the snow-capped Andes and Lake Titicaca, before you head into Bolivia, where La Paz is home to many intriguing gems.

On to Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, where a tour includes the Plaza de Mayo and Recoleta cemetery. Next you've the chance to visit the stunning Iguaçú Falls from both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides for extraordinary views.

Your tour comes to an end in the exciting city of Rio de Janeiro, where you can discover the statue of Christ the Redeemer from your hotel, which is located on Copacabana Beach.

Latin Wonders of the World

Book online or call Travelsphere holidays direct on 01858 415 405

What's Included

  • Return flights from London
  • 15 nights in 4-star hotels plus 2 nights in flight
  • 20 meals: 15 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners
  • Prime hotel location in Rio on Copacabana Beach
  • Travelsphere Holiday Director and Local Guide
  • Overseas transfers and other transportation
  • Porterage

Accommodation as specified or similar

Day 2: Innside by Melia Lima Miraflores Hotel  Located in Miraflores downtown, this modern hotel is a perfect base from which to discover a vibrant city such as Lima. Close to restaurants, bars, theatres and touristic attractions, you will find modern and stylish facilities. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, 49” Smart TV, minibar, safe, air conditioning, telephone, hair dryer and radio clock.

Day 3 - 4: Hotel Jose Antonio Cusco. The Jose Antonio Cuzco is situated just a few minutes’ walk from the main square. The hotel is fitted with modern amenities but also features stunning colonial details. Rooms are spacious with features including hair dryers, Wi-Fi and cable TV. The hotel also has two great restaurants serving both Peruvian specialties as well as international options.  

Day 5: Sonesta Posada del Inca Yucay Set in the scenic and historic grounds of a converted monastery, the Sonesta Posadas del Inca Yucay is truly a remarkable hotel. Placed in the Sacred Valley, this property is surrounded by beautiful mountains – and as such has been rated as being in one of the best locations of the region. Contemporarily styled rooms are complemented by the authentic aesthetic that is found throughout the rest of the site. The guest rooms are fitted with private facilities and a TV. With further great aspects of this hotel including the availability of free Wi-Fi and a restaurant terrace that overlooks a charming garden.

Day 6: Hotel Jose Antonio Cusco. The Jose Antonio Cuzco is situated just a few minutes’ walk from the main square. The hotel is fitted with modern amenities but also features stunning colonial details. Rooms are spacious with features including hair dryers, Wi-Fi and cable TV. The hotel also has two great restaurants serving both Peruvian specialties as well as international options.

Day 7: Hotel Jose Antonio Puno. The Jose Antonio Puno is positioned in front of the incredible Lake Titicaca, 10 minutes from the centre of Puno. The restaurant's bar overlooks the lake – an ideal spot for a Pisco sour!

Day 8 - 9: Stannum Boutique Hotel and Spa. This boutique hotel is located in Sopocachi, just a minute away of Parque del Monticuo and Hernando Siles Stadium. San Francisco Church and La Paz Metropolitan Cathedral are also within minutes away. The hotel has a fitness centre, bar/lounge, offers complimentary breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi in room and public areas. Room amenities include IPod docks, LCD TV with cable channels, 24-hour room service and refrigerators.

Day 10 - 12: Libertador Hotel. Sheraton Libertador Hotel, located in the centre of Buenos Aires, welcomes its guests to one of the largest cosmopolitan cities in Latin America and provides easy access to its varied commercial, financial, cultural and entertainment options.

Day 13 - 14: Vivaz Cataratas. In such an incredible destination as Foz do Iguassu, the Vivaz Cataratas Hotel Resortis is a fabulous place to unwind at the end of the day. The Resort offers ecological trails, fitness center, tennis court, sports court, mini-golf court, swimming pool, spa, sauna, beauty salon and two restaurants.

Day 15 - 16: Hilton Copacabana Hotel. The Hilton Rio de Janeiro Copacabana is located on the Copacabana beach front and features a beautiful roof top lounge area, with a pool and stunning views of Copacabana and the ocean.

Optional excursions

Buenos Aires Estrancia ranch tour from £210

One thing Argentina is famed for is its beef, and there are many ranches to be found in the nearby La Pampas region. You will visit a traditional Gaucho ranch, Estancia Santa Susana, to experience life in the Argentinean Pampas. A typical barbeque lunch with drinks is included along with activities, a folklore show, private transfers, and an English speaking guide

Rio de Janeiro - Sugarloaf Mountain from £77

Enjoy this afternoon excursion to the top of Sugar Loaf. Starting from our Hotel, we follow the coast route along the Copacabana to the foot of the Sugar Loaf and it's twin-station cable car. From here, you ascend first to the middle station with time to pause on the larger on the two rocks before completing the journey to the very top of this impressive landmark.

Foz do Iguacu - Argentinian Side of Iguacu Falls from £123

Join our optional full-day excursion into the Iguacu National Park, taking the small train that leads through the jungle to the Argentinian side of the falls. Situated at the meeting point of three countries (Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina), the falls are one of the world's largest natural wonders. Higher than Niagara, wider than Victoria, Iguacu consists of 275 separate falls.

Buenos Aires dinner and tango show - from £125

The origins of the tango are traced back to the 1880s and the slums of La Boca neighbourhood. 


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