Südamerika Adventurer

Reise von Peru über Argentinien nach Brasilien - du wirst sehen, kein Tag ist wie der andere

  • Stadtrundgang im kolonialen Arequipa
  • Besuch des imposanten Colca Canyon
  • Haltet am Cruz del Condor Ausschau nach majestätischen Kondoren
  • Bootstour auf dem Titicaca See mit Besuch der Einheimischen auf den schwimmenden Inseln der Uros und Taquile
  • Besichtigungstour durch Cusco - Herz des Inka-Reiches
  • Ausflug in das Heilige Tal mit Führung durch die Ruinen von Pisac & Ollantaytambo
  • Möglichkeit zur optionalen Tageswanderung auf dem Inca Trail
  • Sagenumwobenes Machu Picchu
  • Dschungel-Lodge im Amazonas mit Urwald-Wanderung, Dorfbesuch und Katamaran-Tour
  • Tango-Show in Buenos Aires
  • Besuch der spektakulären Iguazú Wasserfälle
  • Besichtigung der berühmten Cristo Statue in Rio
  • Stadt- & Favela-Tour in Rio de Janeiro
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
  • Einreisebestimmungen

24 Tage Peru · Argentinien · Brasilien

18 bis 35 Metropolen Weltkulturerbe Begegnung Regenwald ab 4.171 € %-Aktion Anfragen oder buchen

Sonderkonditionen

Die ultimative Südamerika Rundreise für alle, die es lieben zu Entdecken. Auf dem Weg von Lima nach Rio erwarten Euch die Höhepunkte von Peru, Argentinien und Brasilien: das koloniale Arequipa, der imposante Colca Canyon, der weltberühmte Titicacasee mit seinen schwimmenden Inseln, Cusco - das Herz des Inka-Reiches, das sagenumwobene Machu Picchu und der geheimnisvolle Amazonas-Dschungel sind nur einige Highlights, die Ihr unterwegs entdecken könnt. Lernt in Buenos Aires wie man Tango tanzt und lasst euch begeistern von den tosenden Wassermassen der spektakulären Iguazu-Wasserfälle, ehe Ihr Rio erreicht - Welthauptstadt des Karnevals und Heimat der berühmten Copacabana. Ihr besucht die weltbekannte Statue Cristo Rendentor, unternehmt eine Favela-Tour und könnt in das Nachtleben der fantastischen Metropole eintauchen, bevor euer abwechlungsreiches Südamerika Abenteuer endet.

1. Tag: Lima
2. Tag: Lima - Arequipa
3. Tag: Arequipa - Colca Canyon
4. Tag: Colca Canyon - Puno
5. Tag: Puno
6. Tag: Puno - Cusco
7. Tag: Cusco
8. Tag: Cusco - Heiliges Tal
9. Tag: Heiliges Tal - Aguas Calientes ODER Inca Trail
10. Tag: Machu Picchu - Cusco
11. Tag: Cusco
12. Tag: Cusco - Amazonas Dschungel
13. Tag: Amazonas Dschungel - Puerto Maldonado
14. Tag: Puerto Maldonado - Lima
15. Tag: Lima - Buenos Aires
16. Tag: San Antonio de Areco / Buenos Aires
17. Tag: Buenos Aires
18. Tag: Buenos Aires
19. Tag: Buenos Aires - Iguazú Wasserfälle
20. Tag: Iguazú Wasserfälle
21. Tag: Iguazú Wasserfälle - Rio de Janeiro
22. Tag: Rio de Janeiro
23. Tag: Rio de Janeiro
24. Tag: Rio de Janeiro

Leistungen enthalten

  • Südamerika Rundreise für junge Leute lt. Programm
  • Unterkünfte und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • Transport im klimatisierten Reisebus
  • 6 Flüge innerhalb Südamerika inkl. Flughafentransfers
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen gemäß Reiseverlauf
  • Lima Stadtrundfahrt - Besichtigung des historischen Zentrums, Barranco & Miraflores
  • Stadtführung in Arequipa
  • Besuch Salinas & Aguada Blanca Naturreservat
  • Colca Canyon inkl. Cruz del Condor
  • Triciclo-Fahrt in Puno
  • Geführte Bootstour auf dem Titicaca See nach Taquile und zu den Uros Inseln
  • Eintritt Wiracocha Tempel
  • Besuch der Raqchi Ruinen
  • Besuch von Pukara, La Raya und Sicuani
  • Orientierungsrundgang durch Cusco
  • Eintritt Sacred Valley mit Besichtigung der Ruinen von Pisac & Ollantaytambo
  • Besuch einer Lama-Farm
  • Zug nach und Führung durch Machu Picchu
  • Aufenthalt in der exklusiven Amazonas Dschungellodge
  • Stadtrundfahrt in Buenos Aires
  • Tango Show mit Abendessen & Weinverkostung
  • Besuch der brasilianischen und argentinischen Seite der Iguazú-Wasserfälle
  • Brasilianisches BBQ
  • Orientierungstour in Rio de Janeiro
  • Besuch der Christusstatue
  • Favela Tour
  • Bootsfahrt
  • Besuch von Maca
  • Besuch von Pisac mit seinen Märkten
  • Orientierungstour in Puerto Maldonado
  • Canopy Wanderung im Dschungel
  • Katamarantour im Dschungel
  • Ausflug in die Gaucho-Stadt San Antonio de Areco mit Mittagessen
  • Interaktive Foodtour in Buenos Aires
  • Halt beim Teufelsschlund in Iguazu

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Persönliche Ausgaben

Unterbringung

16x Mittelklasse-Hotel
3x Standard-Hotel
2x Komfort-Hotel
1x Standard-Lodge
1x Dschungellodge
Die Unterbringung erfolgt im Zweibettzimmer. Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit Mitreisenden gleichen Geschlechts. Gegen Aufpreis ist auch die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer möglich. Aufpreis bitte bei uns anfragen.

Verpflegung


23x Frühstück
5x Mittagessen
7x Abendessen

Bei Buchung der Inca Trail Tageswanderung ist zusätzlich 1x Mittagessen inklusive.

Tourbegleitung

Erfahrener englischsprachiger Reiseleiter und lokale Tourguides

Transportarten

Reisebus, Minibus, Flugzeug, Boot

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir beraten dich gerne!

Flughafentransfer

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir beraten dich gerne!

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

Tageswanderung auf dem Inca Trail
Solltest du die Wanderung mitmachen wollen, dann muss du uns dies bereits bei Buchung mitteilen. Eine kurzfristige Buchung der Tageswanderung vor Ort ist nicht möglich, da die Anzahl der Permits begrenzt ist.

Bitte beachte, dass sich der Preis jederzeit ändern kann.

1. Tag: Lima

A new day, a new country – let’s do this! Steeped in Spanish colonialism yet buzzing with modern metro vibes, Lima is sure to ignite your love for Peru. Spend your morning marvelling at lavishly decorated churches and an underground tunnel cemetery overflowing with bones or catacombs, then hit the Barranco district this afternoon to get a feel for its bohemian ambiance. A stroll over the Bridge of Sighs is also a must. And of course no trip to Lima is complete without devouring at least one portion of ceviche – it’s a pretty massive deal in the city. Round off the day watching the sun set over the Pacific, most likely with a pisco sour in hand…

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Lima City Tour

Unterkunft: Hotel Girasoles (oder ähnlich)

2. Tag: Lima - Arequipa

The skies are calling this morning as we board our included flight bound for the ‘White City’ of Arequipa, Peru’s second largest city which lies in the shadow of three majestic volcanoes.
The town of Arequipa, or La Ciudad Blanca, is both culturally and aesthetically astounding. A city tour will gets us orientated, taking in highlights including the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Plaza de Armas, then this evening is all about something we reckon you’re going to love…food. Racoto Relleno (stuffed hot peppers) and Chupe de Camarones (crayfish chowder) are both on the menu, and after a busy day exploring this ancient city, we’ll sure be deserving of a feast.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Included flight to Arequipa
City tour of Arequipa

Unterkunft: Casona Terrace Hotel (oder ähnlich)

3. Tag: Arequipa - Colca Canyon

Are you ready for another nature masterclass? Waving farewell to Arequipa this morning, we’ll pass through Salinas and Aguada Blanco national reserve on route to one of the world’s deepest canyons. After a journey of windswept landscapes, sandstone cliff & stops for hot coca tea, we will arrive at the highest point of our entire journey, which at 4910 metres/16,108ft above sea level is the same height as Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest peak. Those jaws will be on the floor as you catch a first glimpse of this epic natural masterpiece. Can you feel the tingles already?

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Visit the Salinas and Aguada Blanca National Reserve
See wild Vicuna
See El Misti Chachani and Pichu Pichu volcanoes

Unterkunft: Standard-Hotel

4. Tag: Colca Canyon - Puno

This morning promises to be pretty mega as we hop out of bed in search for the King of the Andes, otherwise known as the Andean Condor, which boasts a mega 3-metre wingspan. Fingers crossed luck is on our side – some days we may spot 10 condors, other days none – but that’s the fun of Mother Nature. Either way, the majestic view of the Colca Canyon never ceases to impress, and we know you’ll leave feeling like you’ve witnessed something truly special. Back on the road, we’ll roll past quaint villages, stop for lunch in Chivay, then head on to the high plains of Peru.

Yet more natural beauty will be dished up this afternoon as we pull in to Puno, located on the shores of Lake Titicaca. Spend the evening settling in to our cosy hotel, our head into town for some dance floor action but a word of warning – Puno sits at an altitude of 3657 metres, so go easy on the piscos and the energetic dancefloor moves as the altitude could leave you feeling more breathless than normal. Tomorrow promises to be one to remember as we take to the lake for a taste of ancient Peruvian life…

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Visit Cruz del Condor
Visit Maca

Unterkunft: Casona Plaza Hotel Puno (oder ähnlich)

5. Tag: Puno

Ready to explore this area in all its multi-coloured glory? We thought so. Jumping in a triciclo (a three-wheeled bike taxi) we’ll bump our way down to the port and get our first taste of life on the Lake (fun fact – Lake Titicaca is South America’s largest freshwater lake). Our boat ride will take us first to Taquile Island, which to this day remains one of the most culturally intact communities in the whole of Peru, and it’s here you’ll meet local weaving groups and stop for lunch.

After exploring, we’ll then jump back on the boat and make for the Uros Islands, or as they’re more commonly called, the floating islands. Stepping off the boat you’ll feel like you’re walking on a water bed – unsurprising given the islands are made entirely from reeds. Here, we’ll hang with locals, visit a fish farm and even explore the local museum (yes, on an island made from reeds). The island community survives by selling textiles and totora reed boats to tourists, so after stocking up on one-off souvenirs, it’s back on the boat as we head home for the night to Puno.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Ride on a triciclo
Island boat trip on Lake Titicaca
Visit Taquile and Uros island communities

Unterkunft: Casona Plaza Hotel Puno (oder ähnlich)

6. Tag: Puno - Cusco

Heading out of Puno this morning we’ll make our way to Pukara to visit a small museum offering up archaeological findings and Peru’s iconic ceramic bulls. Hitting the road again we’ll journey through the snow-capped surrounds of La Raya, stopping for lunch in the town of Sicuani. Eagle eyes, this is llama country, so have those cameras at the ready. Ancient Incan culture suggest that the Raqchi ruins are sacred for their powerful healing waters. Your entry tickets on us, and our local guide will paint the full picture as we explore the ruins. The Temple of Wiracocha is the pride of the site, and we’ll learn that the ruins were built as a village defence. History lesson complete we’ll head on to Cusco, the next stop of our adventure. Our final leg of the day lands us in Cusco, the hub of ancient Incan culture. This place is a feast for the senses and will call you out for an evening of exploration and maybe even some after dark antics, Cusco style.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Visit Pukara La Raya and Sicuani
Entry to the Temple of Wiracocha
Visit Raqchi Inca ruins and experience a water ritual

Unterkunft: MamaSara Hotel (oder ähnlich)

7. Tag: Cusco

Another day, another incredible Latin American destination to uncover; today it's sun up 'til sun down in Cusco. Shop for artisan jewellery and woodworks, roam the cobble-stone streets or just stroll the San Pedro markets eating cacao buds and sipping on coca leaf tea. Today really is what you make it as you’re in total control…except for dinner with the crew – that’s on us.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
City Walking Tour
Visit San Blas Koricancha and San Pedro Market

Unterkunft: Standard-Hotel

8. Tag: Cusco - Heiliges Tal

Heading out of Cusco and bound for the Sacred Valley on our private coach, this is where our journey into the ruins and mystique of this land truly begins. But first, llamas. An iconic symbol of Peru, we’ll be stopping off at a llama farm to show some love to these furry favourites up close, and we’re talking the whole humpback family – llamas, vicuna and alpacas. #llamaselfie achieved, we’ll then stop off to witness the ancient Incan art of weaving in practise by a group of talented local artisans. Throughout the journey, play close attention to your surrounds – there’s the chance to spot the Incan farming technique of terracing, as well as the ‘salineras’ (salt mines). Want to know what the Peruvians do for fun? You’ll get the chance to play the traditional game of “Sapo”, and exactly what that entails we’ll leave to the imagination…

Our explorations of the Sacred Valley will begin with a guided tour of the Pisac and Ollantaytambo ruins. Our Local Guide will give you the d-l on both, visiting the circular terraced Pisac ruins first which date back to the 1400’s. Moving on to Ollantaytambo, base camp for those taking the trek tomorrow, we’ll appease dry mouths with some homemade Chica de Jora brew. This tiny town may be small in geographical terms, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in attitude, with artisan shops and cafes spilling out onto streets, and the roaring Urubamba river providing the perfect natural background noise. For those embarking on the Inca trail tomorrow this is your final chance to stock up on last minute essentials (socks, socks and more socks). For all others, spend your time soaking in the vibes, hanging with other travellers and just getting a feel for this iconic little town.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Entry into the Sacred Valley and Pisac ruins
Visit Llama Farm
Try some local Chicha de Jora
Visit Pisac town and Pisac Market

Unterkunft: Tunupa Lodge (oder ähnlich)

9. Tag: Heiliges Tal - Aguas Calientes ODER Inca Trail

For those embarking on our epic 1 day trek, we’ll catch the train to KM104 and the start of a day to remember. With just 3.5 hours on foot and 6-kilometres to cover, the enchanting site that awaits us will make it all worthwhile. Descending into the site we’ll take in Wayana Picchu 'Little peak' – the iconic peak you’ll have seen in every picture ever – marvelling at the incredible handiwork of the ancient Incas. Satisfaction levels at an all-time high and with a big ol’ smile on your tired face, we’ll head back to Aguas Calientes and a squishy hotel bed you couldn’t be more deserving of.

For those not embarking on the Inca Trail, the morning is yours to enjoy the surrounding lush mountains of Aguas Calientes.

Can you feel the excitement mounting? Yep – those are pretty much the feels when Machu Picchu is quite literally on the horizon. This afternoon we’ll hop on the train to Aguas Calientes, a cute town in its own right complete with roaring river, quaint bridges and local haunts, but most famously known as the gateway town to Machu Picchu. We’ll meet up with those who opted for the one day trek, and basically spend the evening hyping each other up for what’s to come tomorrow.

Optional Activities:
Sacred Valley Rafting

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Take the train to the gateway of Machu Picchu

Unterkunft: Inka Tower Machupicchu Hotel (oder ähnlich)

10. Tag: Machu Picchu - Cusco

Excitement levels at an all-time high, the day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here – it’s Machu Picchu time! Built around 1450 at the height of the Incan Empire, Machu Picchu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the seven wonders of the new world. We’ll be treated to a guided tour of the site taking in such wonders as the Temple of the Three Windows and Wayana Picchu (the peak you’ll of seen in every Machu Picchu image ever), and of course you’ll have some alone time to explore the area as only you can do. This is one big old tick off the life goals list, so enjoy every single second of it.

Back on the train we’ll de-brief on our once-in-a-lifetime experience as we head back to Cusco. Last time round was all about getting acquainted with the city, so now you’ve got you’re bearings you can really get lost amongst the market stalls and cobbled streets, maybe even going truly local by trying out a serving of cuy.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Entry and guided tour Machu Picchu Sanctuary

Unterkunft: MamaSara Hotel (oder ähnlich)

11. Tag: Cusco

The last few days have been pretty full on, so today is all about seeking out some much needed r’n’r. Grab a lie in at the hotel then sip fresh mountain coffee in the Plaza de Armas, or maybe take a stroll around town to pick up an alpaca sweater or ten (they are super snuggly). Can’t shake that taste for adventure? We hear you.

Optional Activities:
Hike the Rainbow Mountain (subject to availability)

Unterkunft: MamaSara Hotel (oder ähnlich)

12. Tag: Cusco - Amazonas Dschungel

Saying a final farewell to Cusco, we’ll hop on our included flight over the Andes to the city of Puerto Maldonado. With the sound of macaws and toucans welcoming us in, this can only mean one thing…it’s jungle time.
A quick tour of the city will reveal colourful fruit stalls, open air markets and locals going about their day. But now we're back underway and we just want to get to the jungle… What’s accessible only by boat, is made from wood and clay and surrounded by the sounds and colours of nature? Answer – our rainforest lodge, your blissful home for the night. We’ll work up a pre-dinner appetite by hiking to the canopy tower, then after a tasty home-cooked dinner continue our outdoor pursuits by heading out to spot caimans – a member of the alligator family native to the Amazon. Tonight promises to be one for the story bank as you fall asleep in your open-walled room to the exotic sounds of the surrounding jungle.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Included flight to Puerto Maldonado
Canopy hike for amazing jungle views
Special stay in our Amazon Rainforest Jungle Eco lodge
City sightseeing tour

Unterkunft: Posada Amazonas by Rainforest Expeditions

13. Tag: Amazonas Dschungel - Puerto Maldonado

If the vibrant morning song of the jungle birds hasn’t roused you early doors, the prospect of the Tres Chimadas lake teeming with wildlife will. Our morning catamaran cruise will have us spotting prehistoric hoatzin birds and giant river otters. Satisfaction levels on high, the rest of the afternoon is all yours – canopy climbing or kayaking ticking any of the boxes? Tired and hungry after another adventure filled day, we’ll head back to Puerto Maldonado to make camp for the night. After such an epic day of jungle antics, we’re guessing a good night’s sleep and some sweet group hangs are pretty high on the agenda.

Optional Activities:
Canopy climbing experience
Kayaking trip on the Tambopata River

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Locally guided jungle catamaran cruise

Unterkunft: Standard-Hotel

14. Tag: Puerto Maldonado - Lima

Today marks our last day in Peru before heading east to Argentina and Brazil, so how better to spend it than one last night in the city where it all began – Lima. Options for your free evening in Lima are varied and endless. Maybe make for the trendy district of Miraflores, hang in Parque Kennedy or opt for one last plate of fresh to death ceviche in the city its best known for. One things for sure, we know you’ll be toasting your Peruvian leg with a final pisco sour, as tomorrow the nectar takes a decidedly red and rich turn as we enter Argentina.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Included Flight to Lima

Unterkunft: Hotel Antigua Miraflores (oder ähnlich)

15. Tag: Lima - Buenos Aires

This morning we'll leave the land of the Inca and fly to one of the most cosmopolitan cities in South America. Hola Buenos Aires! We'll get straight into the local culture with an authentic dinner (washed down with a glass of malbec, of course) and a tantalising tango show. The perfect way to get our Argentina adventure started.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Included flight to Buenos Aires
Dinner & Tango Show

Unterkunft: Hotel Tribeca Buenos Aires Apart (oder ähnlich)

16. Tag: San Antonio de Areco / Buenos Aires

Today we'll switch it up and get out of the bustling city towards perhaps the prettiest town in all of the Pampas: San Antonia de Areco. In this picturesque town, Gaucho traditions are still front and center, and we'll stroll the historic centre, learning the important role Gauchos played in Argentine history before enjoying a leisurely lunch at a traditional Estancia. Trust us - the local ice-cream is to die for. Back to the passionate grandeur of Buenos Aires, we'll settle in for the evening with a whole day of exploration awaiting us tomorrow.

Unterkunft: Hotel Tribeca Buenos Aires Apart (oder ähnlich)

17. Tag: Buenos Aires

Today, you'll get the full Porteño (Buenos Aires local) experience. What better way to get intimate with this invigorating city than a tour with our very own local guide? After getting to know the local sights and sounds, we'll get a taste of true Argentina on our included, interactive food tour. Food coma - here we come.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Locally guided city tour
Try tasty Argentine food on our interactive food tour

Unterkunft: Hotel Tribeca Buenos Aires Apart (oder ähnlich)

18. Tag: Buenos Aires

Now that you know Buenos Aires like a Porteño the day is yours to explore! Join in a day at the Polo where you'll learn about the traditional Argentine game, learn how to play and even partake in a game of your own. If you're more comfortable out on the water, opt to experience the Tigre Delta for the day on a relaxing boat ride, or if you want to stay on dry land enjoy a short bike ride around the surrounding areas. No matter what you choose, we'll all dive into a delicious regional lunch. Weather permitting you can even swim and kayak. In love with the city life of Buenos Aires? Then spend some time exploring the museums and/or the shops in Palermo. There truly is something for everyone.

Optional Activities:
Polo Day Trip
Tigre Experience

Unterkunft: Hotel Tribeca Buenos Aires Apart (oder ähnlich)

19. Tag: Buenos Aires - Iguazú Wasserfälle

Rise and shine Latin adventurers, we’ve got yet another included flight to catch – Brazil bound… Landing in Puerto Iguazu we’ll hop over the border and dig or toes into Brazilian soil for the first time, clapping eyes on yet another astounding natural wonder. Listen out for all those oohhs and aahhs. A collection of 275 individual waterfalls, Iguassu Falls sprawls both Brazil and Argentina, with both sides offering up stunning UNESCO World Heritage parks and views. Today though, is all about the Brazilian side, and what better way to see the falls from every angle than with an optional helicopter ride, taking the term ‘birds eye view’ to a whole new level. Go on – treat yo’ self! For those keeping feet on the ground, take your time exploring the Parque Nacional do Iguaçu, then tonight we’ll pencil in some group hangs over caipirinha’s to debrief yet another action packed da

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Included Flight
Visit Iguassu National Park

Unterkunft: Tarobá Hotel Foz do Iguaçu (oder ähnlich)

20. Tag: Iguazú Wasserfälle

Iguassu we’re not done with you yet! Yesterday was all about the Brazilian side, but today we’re hopping back over to Argentina to see what the deal is from this side of the falls. We’ll take a hike to the very edge of Devil’s Throat, the highest of the 275 falls, and for those keen there’s even the option to take to the water with a speed boat ride through the spray of the falls. Refreshing? Oh you could say that…With a full day spent here, take your time exploring, trying to figure out the age old debate – which side wears it better? Tonight, dinners packing a serious punch – we’ll be treating you to an authentic Brazilian BBQ dinner. Say hello to the meat sweats…

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
See the Devils Throat
Taste delicious Brazilian BBQ
Visit Iguassu National Park ARG side

Unterkunft: Best Western Taroba Hotel (oder ähnlich)

21. Tag: Iguazú Wasserfälle - Rio de Janeiro

Catch you later Iguassu – Rio, we’re coming in hot… If Rio knows one thing, it’s how to p-a-r-t-y, so having fun in this life loving city is already a given. But first things first – let’s get acquainted with our surroundings a little better. After a quick orientation tour, the afternoon is then yours to explore as you please, though given our hotel's beachfront location, we reckon you'll only have one thing on your mind.

Optional Activities:
Sugar Loaf Mountain

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Included flight to Rio de Janeiro
City orientation tour of Rio

Unterkunft: Royalty Rio Hotel (oder ähnlich)

22. Tag: Rio de Janeiro

Ready for another New Wonder of the World? Today will kick off with a visit to perhaps South America’s biggest icon – the Christ the Redeemer statue. Standing at an impressive 30m high (that’s 98ft) this religious monument casts an almighty shadow over the city below, and will be a moment you won’t be forgetting any time soon. Back in the city, the choice is yours as to how the rest of the day goes. Kick back on Copacabana amidst the football players and Capoeira masters, or maybe you’d prefer to ascend the 396 metres of Sugarloaf Mountain, or party Favela style with the locals. Tonight we’ve got yet another foodie experience to tempt you with, taking Brazilian BBQ to a whole new level of meat indulgence. Let’s do this!

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Visit Christ the Redeemer statue
Brazilian BBQ Dinner

Unterkunft: Royalty Rio Hotel

23. Tag: Rio de Janeiro

Excuse us while we cry into our caipirinhas – today is our last full day on tour. Sob. But before the emotions run too high, let’s make sure we see it out with a bang, Rio style. So, what have we got to tempt you with today? How’s about a boat cruise overflowing with cocktails and good times, or maybe go hand-gliding over the city to catch it in all its scenic glory. If those sweet Brazilian rays are calling you (or perhaps just the gorgeous bods in teeny tiny swimwear), opt to spend your last day kicking it on the beach, capirinha in hand of course. However you want to see out your trip, your Trip Manager is there to make it happen (and that includes watching the masters of football do it like no one else can, if a game’s in town). Tonight’s your last one with your Latin family, so make it one to remember…

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Rio Cruise

Unterkunft: Royalty Rio Hotel (oder ähnlich)

24. Tag: Rio de Janeiro

The time has almost come, but not before getting one last little slice of Rio with a favela tour this morning, getting a glimpse into the shanty town life of the city. The favelas are home to literally millions of Rio locals, and dot the surrounding hillside far into the distance. Back at the hotel, this adventure of epic proportion will finally come to an end. Hug it out with the new friends you now class as family, and damn right you’re already on those reunion tour plans. Europe next summer, anyone?

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Favela tour

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Sonderkonditionen

Tourstart / Tourende
Die Tour beginnt an Tag 1 um 08:00 Uhr in Lima und endet an Tag 24 um 11:00 Uhr in Rio de Janeiro. Am besten reist ihr schon einen Tag früher an und bucht ein Zimmer in einem der preiswerten Contiki Gateway Hotel.

Variante
Du kannst diese Peru Reise auch mit einer Tageswanderung auf dem Inca Trail buchen (Tag 9; Verfügbarkeit von Permits für den Inka Trail vorausgesetzt):
- Fahrt mit dem Zug bis Kilometer 104 und von hier aus Wanderung zum Sonnentor (ca. 10 km; 6 Stunden)
- geführte Besichtigungstour Machu Picchu
- Rückkehr mit dem Zug/Bus nach Aguas Calientes

Im Februar sind aufgrund von Instandhaltungsarbeiten keine Wanderungen auf dem Inka-Trail möglich.

Tourstil
Contiki bietet ideale Touren für alle von 18-35 Jahren. Urlaub wie wir ihn mögen: "Abenteuer, Spaß & Flexibilität" sind unser Motto. Weil wir eine internationale Gruppe Gleichgesinnter sind, teilen wir eine Sprache: Englisch. Daher ist es notwendig, sich wenigstens einigermaßen in Englisch zu verständigen. Wir reisen in modernen Reisebussen und wohnen in ausgesuchten Hotels und landestypischen Unterkünften. Contiki Holidays bietet unzählige Freizeitbeschäftigungen und ein volles Gruppenprogramm. Weil wir aber wissen, dass jeder auch seine eigene Freiheit braucht, bleibt viel Zeit für eigene Erkundungen, um die Dinge aus eigenem Blickwinkel zu entdecken.

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