Take a Natural Art Walk Along The Incan Trail. Forget museums because walking along the Inca Trail is like a jaunt through time with classic masterpieces located at every outpost. Stumble upon giant earthworks, Chinchero’s famous trapezoidal niched wall, fortresses and baths hidden behind impressive motarless brick walls, and ancient gateways that make you stop in your tracks and transport you to another world.
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Quench Your Trekking Thirst With A Glass of Argentina’s Finest. Get a dose of history and wine paired elegantly together when you hike through the world’s highest vineyards in Argentina. Bike among the grape vines, listen to local folklore music, and wine and dine at the boutique hotels that are sprinkled along the way.
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Journey to a Dreamscape at the World’s Tallest Waterfall. See the famous tepuis (tabletop mountains) in all of their majestic glory when you venture to Venezuela; home of Angel Falls, the world’s tallest waterfall. Munch on the local cuisine of termites and ants, and discover why this misty paradise was inspiration for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s, The Lost World.
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Take an Ultimate Challenge Hike Into the Andes’ Isolated Corners. High altitude makes even the smallest step seem like you’re on mile 20 of a marathon. But with great challenges come great rewards like being able to say you’ve slept under the starts at 15,800 feet and woke up to dawn glimmering on the same mountains that were once held sacred by the mighty Inca civilization.
Check out Peru: Ausangate Inn to Inn
Cruise Down the Amazon in Luxury Style. Explore the depths of the Amazon’s “black water” from the comforts of the M/V Aqua, the Amazon’s first luxury cruise ship. Keep an eye out for pink dolphins, sandpaper-skinned iguanas, and other natural wildlife that roam the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, and spark up an appetite for a gourmet dinner along one of the longest rivers in the world.
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