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Tuesday, 12 May 2009


Buenos Aires, the ruins of The Lost City of the Incas at Machu Picchu, three days cruising the Amazon River, then Rio de Janeiro and the spectacular Iguassu Falls are highlights of a 24-day escorted South America tour in May of next year with off-the-beaten track, Far Horizons.

Other exotic features include a coastal train ride from Buenos Aires to Tigre and a boat trip through the Parana Delta, two nights in Lima and two in the once-Inca capital of Cuzco, including a stay at an Orient-Express luxury hotel within a restored 16th century monastery 3,500m high in the mountains.

For the adventurous there's a motorised canoe ride to the remote cities of Leticia and Tabatinga, Manaus with its fabled Opera House built of stone from Portugal, marble from Italy and with chandeliers from Venice, a boat ride on the Rio Negro River, and legendary Rio de Janeiro including a cable car ride to the summit of Sugar Loaf Mountain, Mount Corcovado with its 700m high statue of Christ, and a stay at a colonial-style hotel during a visit to the 270-cataract Iguassu Falls.

Prices start from $27,250pp twin-share including return air and taxes from Sydney, a Far Horizon escort and local guides, twin-share accommodation, all meals, sightseeing and entry fees.

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