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Santiago - Atacama - Mendoza - Buenos Aires
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12 to 18+ Nights from $2,626 w/air, hotel & air taxes*
This sample price includes ALL air taxes & fuel surcharges: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on Wednesday, November 12, 2014, departure from Miami FL. Choose your own departure city and dates.
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Travel from Santiago to the vineyards of Mendoza, to the wild beauty of the Atacama plateau, to Buenos Aires, which rivals the best European cities.

This 12 night sample itinerary includes:
  • Flight into Santiago and out of Buenos Aires
  • 3 nights in Santiago
  • Flight Santiago - Calama/Atacama
  • 3 nights in Atacama Desert
  • Flight Calama/Atacama - Mendoza
  • 3 nights in Mendoza
  • Flight Mendoza - Buenos Aires
  • 3 nights in Buenos Aires
  • Breakfast daily (most hotels)
  • Hotel Taxes

Price history for this itinerary (past 7 days):
From Los Angeles Intl, CA for 12 nights
$2,765 * incl.tax
From Miami FL for 12 nights
$2,625 * incl.tax
From Orlando Intl, FL for 12 nights
$2,940 * incl.tax
Related Cities:
Argentina (94)  Atacama Desert (14)  Buenos Aires (90)  Chile (69)  Mendoza (12)  Santiago (64)  
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1. Santiago
   (20 hotels)
2. Atacama Desert
   (16 hotels)
3. Mendoza
   (22 hotels)
4. Buenos Aires
   (125 hotels)
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3 nights in Santiago

Santiago is a colorful and sophisticated city that percolates with all manner of activity. Nearly a third of the country's population lives Santiago, and nearly every visitor to Chile spends some time here. This is of course the gateway to the Chilean Andes and its natural wonders, the southernmost regions of South America and the mysteries of Antarctica , but Santiago is a scenic and exhilarating destination in its own right, where international vacationers, business professionals, and the local population create a diverse blend, that has helped to make Santiago a truly cosmopolitan city.

A city of barrios, each with its own flavor, Santiago is blessed with a rich local cuisine, and is situated in Chile's renowned wine growing region, so tours of the vineyards here are a very popular activity amongst visitors. Whether sampling a frosty belinda at a local café, dining at one of the many trendy international restaurants, enjoying Santiago's electrifying nightlife, shopping in its boutiques and markets or taking in the churches, museums, and well preserved colonial architecture along the Alameda, this is a city that will not disappoint.

Santiago boasts an array of 4 and 5 star hotels, as well as more modest boutique, bed and breakfast style properties scattered around some of the older and quieter neighborhoods, and day trips can be arranged to visit some of the country's best vineyards, or tour Santiago's wealth of cultural and historical landmarks.

If you are a skier, and are lucky enough to be here in the winter months (June-September) Valle Nevado's 300 skiable acres are just an hour's drive, or head for Portillo, Chile's premiere ski resort and be the envy of your skier friends back home. The warmest months in Santiago are December - February, but although great winter activities are quite nearby, you can depend on spring like weather even during the coldest months and summer weather (mid 70°- 90°F) for most of the year.

Santiago is a place that can be enjoyed by almost anyone, and our flexible itineraries will help you get the most out of Santiago, Chile, and the rest of Latin America.


3 nights in Atacama Desert

One of Chile's most popular destinations, The Atacama Desert may be the world's oldest desert, and is considered the driest place on earth. Some locations in this area have actually had zero precipitation recorded since they began keeping records. The town of San Pedro de Atacama serves as the central hub for the area's surreal landscapes and awesome natural wonders, many of which are encompassed in the incredible Los Flamencos National Park, and fascinating archaeological relics.

Some of the most popular attractions here are the Geysers del Tatio at 4,200m above sea level, they are amongst the highest geysers in the world, The other worldly Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley), and the amazing Laguna Cejar at the tip of the Atacama salt pan.

Popular archaeological sites include Pukara de Quitor, a thousand year old fortress, the 3000 year old village if Aldea de Tulor, the R.P. Gustavo Le Paige archaeological museum, and Chinchorro Mummies. Other popular activities here include sand boarding in the Valle de la Muerte (Death Valley). Star gazing in the desert and at the largest public observatory in South America where images of Saturn, distant galaxies and other celestial phenomena.

Despite its seemingly inhospitable climate, the Atacama Desert is a very attractive destination, and supports many species of animal and plant life in addition to the gorgeous colors of the endless rock, moonlike canyons, and sand dunes of the Atacama's Altiplano.

Accommodations here are 4 and 5 star hotels and spas that combine elegance and service with the spectacular scenery and natural brilliance of the area. As with all of our flexible itineraries, Atacama Desert can be combines with other fabulous destinations in Chile, and throughout Latin America.


3 nights in Mendoza

The province of Mendoza is home to nearly 70% of Argentina's vineyards, and wine tourism has become the areas number one attraction.

Mendoza also offers visitors a wide range of activities for outdoor enthusiasts, trips to the fascinating Inca bridges, the hot springs of Puente del Inca, and serves as portal for the massive Mount Aconcagua,the world's highest peak outside of Asia.

Accommodations in Mendoza City include beautifully restored colonial properties, smaller boutiques, and charming lodges nestled in heart of wine country.

Mendoza's mild and dry climate is an added bonus, and Mendoza can be linked to a variety of other great destinations.


3 nights in Buenos Aires

Built in the image of the great European cities, Buenos Aires is Argentina's cultural epicenter, known for its music and dance, its cuisine, fine wines, and vibrant night life. Although it has retained much of its Colonial European influence the design and architecture in Bueno Aires reflects influences not only from Spain, but in many cases Paris, Rome and other Euro capitals as well.

Buenos Aires is divided into neighborhoods or barrios, each with its own personality and unique flavor, and cafes, tango bars, clubs, restaurants, museums, and great shopping will make any visit to Buenos Aires fly by.

So whether you are headed from here to the splendor of Patagonia, the wine region, or the majesty of Iguazu Falls, Buenos Aires is a city that will remain in your memory long after the last tango has ended.



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Santiago
Day 1
Arrive to Santiago
Overnight in Santiago    20 hotels offered
Optional   9 Things to do
Day 2
Overnight in Santiago    20 hotels offered
Optional   9 Things to do
Day 3
Overnight in Santiago    20 hotels offered
Optional   9 Things to do
Day 4
Departing from Santiago
Transportation to next city by: By Air - Flight Santiago to Calama
Atacama Desert
Day 4
Arrive to Atacama Desert
Overnight in Atacama Desert    16 hotels offered
Optional   8 Things to do
Day 5
Overnight in Atacama Desert    16 hotels offered
Optional   8 Things to do
Day 6
Overnight in Atacama Desert    16 hotels offered
Optional   8 Things to do
Day 7
Departing from Atacama Desert
Transportation to next city by: By Air - Fligth Atacama (Calama Apto) to Mendoza
Mendoza
Day 7
Arrive to Mendoza
Overnight in Mendoza    22 hotels offered
Optional   8 Things to do
Day 8
Overnight in Mendoza    22 hotels offered
Optional   8 Things to do
Day 9
Overnight in Mendoza    22 hotels offered
Optional   8 Things to do
Day 10
Departing from Mendoza
Transportation to next city by: By Air - Flight Mendoza to Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires
Day 10
Arrive to Buenos Aires
Overnight in Buenos Aires    125 hotels offered
Optional   41 Things to do
Day 11
Overnight in Buenos Aires    125 hotels offered
Optional   41 Things to do
Day 12
Overnight in Buenos Aires    125 hotels offered
Optional   41 Things to do
Day 13
Departing from Buenos Aires

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1. Santiago ( 20 hotels)
2. Atacama Desert ( 16 hotels)
3. Mendoza ( 22 hotels)
4. Buenos Aires ( 125 hotels)
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Argentina

Argentina is a country of spectacular natural wonders and vibrant culture, offering the traveler an opportunity to experience extraordinary outdoor adventures, fascinating wildlife, outstanding cuisine, magnificent vineyards, and one of the most dynamic and sophisticated cities anywhere in the world. From Iguazu Falls to the majesty of Patagonia, and from the wine region of Mendoza to the exhileration of Buenos Aires, Argentina is truly one of the world's most beautiful and unforgettable destinations.

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Chile

Chile is a country of towering volcanic peaks, the world's most arid desert, awesome glaciers. It is also one of South America's friendliest and safest countries. Santiago, Chile's capital city, is one of the most scenic and sophisticated metropolitan areas in all of Latin America, and this amazing country also posesses broad sandy beaches, renown vineyards, the continents best skiing, and is the gateway to Cape Horn, Antarctica, and Easter Island, the eerie Polynesian home of the iconic Moai sculptures.

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Santiago
Santiago is a colorful and sophisticated city that percolates with all manner of activity. Nearly a third of the country's population lives Santiago, and nearly every visitor to Chile spends some time here. This is of course the gateway to the Chilean Andes and its natural wonders, the southernmost regions of South America and the mysteries of Antarctica , but Santiago is a scenic and exhilarating destination in its own right, where international vacationers, business professionals, and the local population create a diverse blend, that has helped to make Santiago a truly cosmopolitan city.

A city of barrios, each with its own flavor, Santiago is blessed with a rich local cuisine, and is situated in Chile's renowned wine growing region, so tours of the vineyards here are a very popular activity amongst visitors. Whether sampling a frosty belinda at a local café, dining at one of the many trendy international restaurants, enjoying Santiago's electrifying nightlife, shopping in its boutiques and markets or taking in the churches, museums, and well preserved colonial architecture along the Alameda, this is a city that will not disappoint.

Santiago boasts an array of 4 and 5 star hotels, as well as more modest boutique, bed and breakfast style properties scattered around some of the older and quieter neighborhoods, and day trips can be arranged to visit some of the country's best vineyards, or tour Santiago's wealth of cultural and historical landmarks.

If you are a skier, and are lucky enough to be here in the winter months (June-September) Valle Nevado's 300 skiable acres are just an hour's drive, or head for Portillo, Chile's premiere ski resort and be the envy of your skier friends back home. The warmest months in Santiago are December - February, but although great winter activities are quite nearby, you can depend on spring like weather even during the coldest months and summer weather (mid 70°- 90°F) for most of the year.

Santiago is a place that can be enjoyed by almost anyone, and our flexible itineraries will help you get the most out of Santiago, Chile, and the rest of Latin America.
Atacama Desert
One of Chile's most popular destinations, The Atacama Desert may be the world's oldest desert, and is considered the driest place on earth. Some locations in this area have actually had zero precipitation recorded since they began keeping records. The town of San Pedro de Atacama serves as the central hub for the area's surreal landscapes and awesome natural wonders, many of which are encompassed in the incredible Los Flamencos National Park, and fascinating archaeological relics.

Some of the most popular attractions here are the Geysers del Tatio at 4,200m above sea level, they are amongst the highest geysers in the world, The other worldly Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley), and the amazing Laguna Cejar at the tip of the Atacama salt pan.

Popular archaeological sites include Pukara de Quitor, a thousand year old fortress, the 3000 year old village if Aldea de Tulor, the R.P. Gustavo Le Paige archaeological museum, and Chinchorro Mummies. Other popular activities here include sand boarding in the Valle de la Muerte (Death Valley). Star gazing in the desert and at the largest public observatory in South America where images of Saturn, distant galaxies and other celestial phenomena.

Despite its seemingly inhospitable climate, the Atacama Desert is a very attractive destination, and supports many species of animal and plant life in addition to the gorgeous colors of the endless rock, moonlike canyons, and sand dunes of the Atacama's Altiplano.

Accommodations here are 4 and 5 star hotels and spas that combine elegance and service with the spectacular scenery and natural brilliance of the area. As with all of our flexible itineraries, Atacama Desert can be combines with other fabulous destinations in Chile, and throughout Latin America.
Mendoza
The province of Mendoza is home to nearly 70% of Argentina's vineyards, and wine tourism has become the areas number one attraction.

Mendoza also offers visitors a wide range of activities for outdoor enthusiasts, trips to the fascinating Inca bridges, the hot springs of Puente del Inca, and serves as portal for the massive Mount Aconcagua,the world's highest peak outside of Asia.

Accommodations in Mendoza City include beautifully restored colonial properties, smaller boutiques, and charming lodges nestled in heart of wine country.

Mendoza's mild and dry climate is an added bonus, and Mendoza can be linked to a variety of other great destinations.
Buenos Aires
Built in the image of the great European cities, Buenos Aires is Argentina's cultural epicenter, known for its music and dance, its cuisine, fine wines, and vibrant night life. Although it has retained much of its Colonial European influence the design and architecture in Bueno Aires reflects influences not only from Spain, but in many cases Paris, Rome and other Euro capitals as well.

Buenos Aires is divided into neighborhoods or barrios, each with its own personality and unique flavor, and cafes, tango bars, clubs, restaurants, museums, and great shopping will make any visit to Buenos Aires fly by.

So whether you are headed from here to the splendor of Patagonia, the wine region, or the majesty of Iguazu Falls, Buenos Aires is a city that will remain in your memory long after the last tango has ended.
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