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8 days/6 nights
Spend 6 nights visiting Ecuador & the Galapagos. Depending on your departure city you have two itinerary options. For departures from Fort Lauderdale, first you will fly to Guayaquil for one night, the largest and most populous city in
Ecuador, as well as the nations' main port. The next morning, take a local flight to the Galapagos and stay 4 nights viewing the most popular island of Galapagos and its fauna and flora, enjoying the beaches, hiking, snorkeling, and
learning about the history behind the islands. From there you will take a short flight back to Guayaquil, for one more day, before your return flight to the US late that night. From $1,599 based on double occupancy.For departures from
JFK, first you will fly to Quito for one night, the capital of Ecuador, located high in the Andean foothills. The next morning, take a local flight to the Galapagos and stay 4 nights viewing the most popular island of Galapagos and its fauna and flora, enjoying the beaches, hiking, snorkeling, and learning about the history behind the islands. From there you will take a short flight back to Quito, for one more day, before your return flight to the US late that night. From $1,899 based on double occupancy.
7 days/6 nights
In a world focused on urbanization, often at the cost of its natural environment, Panama does a great job of balancing the preservation of its wilderness with the sprawl of its dazzling blue coastline and shimmering skyscrapers. Spend time at the beautiful Westin Playa Bonita, outside of Panama City just enough to offer sanctuary, but to still allow for quick trips into one of Central America’s largest and most interesting cities. Then, venture into the rainforest. Gamboa now seems frozen in time; it is the best-preserved of all the towns of the old Panama Canal Company. A pleasant community of broad, curving streets, old wooden canal houses and leafy walks, Gamboa feels remote, no doubt due to the fact that it is surrounded by exuberant tropical nature. You can ride an aerial tram over the rain forest, navigate through rivers, and see Panama’s rich biodiversity firsthand. From $1,499 per person based on double occupancy.
When you can trek through the rainforests in the morning and take in a breathtaking opera at night, you know you’re in a special place. Manaus, known as Paris dos Trópicos (Paris of the Tropics), is the Manaus, known as Paris dos Trópicos (Paris of the Tropics), is the gateway to the Amazon rainforest with over 2 million inhabitants, a seemingly out-of-place pocket of urbanity in the middle of the jungle. One must not miss the local cuisine, with its exotic dishes, such as local fish, fruit, and soup prepared traditionally. Most recently receiving attention for hosting 4 World Cup matches in 2014 and 6 matches during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Manaus is an urban gem that shot up right in the middle of the rainforest. Once you’ve transferred by boat to your hotel deeper in the basin, you’ll spend days immersed in the immensely beautiful and striking Amazon Rainforest, with its biodiversity and colors amazing you at every turn. See monkeys in their natural habitat, learn what it is like for the natives who live off the banks of the River, go fishing, and take a night tour in a canoe. Get ready for an adventure of a lifetime in one of the world’s true natural wonders. From $1,699 based on double occupancy.
Chile is a country of startling contrasts and extreme beauty. Transition one moment from its tangled and vast wilderness not yet blemished by human intervention into its sprawling urban setting teeming with humanity. In Santiago, the more you look, the more you find. Zigzag through its colonial architecture, indulge in the cafes of its bohemian Barrio Bellavista, and explore some of the world’s best streets in Santiago, dramatically sandwiched between the snow-capped Andes and the Chilean coast. In Patagonia, prepare to be dazzled by fjords and mountain peaks. A stunning mix of glistening lakes, smoldering volcanoes, temperate rain forests, and meandering rivers rich in wildlife turn this slim swath of land into a playground for skiing, whitewater rafting, and trekking. Starting at $1,599 per person