South America calling

Monday 28 October 2013

Saga Holidays reveals the sexy cities and breath-taking beauty of Chile, Argentina and Brazil on a spectacular 16-night tour

South America calling!

The Andean lakes, Iguassi Falls and bays of Rio de Janiero will reveal the natural wonders and spirited cities of Chile, Argentina and Brazil on Saga Holidays’ incredible South American adventure.

Fly to Santiago de Chile, explore the vibrant city and San Cristolbel Hill, the forest-carpeted mountain which dominates the skyline. Spend a day in the port of Valparaiso which has a bohemian vibe, lovely vistas and colonial architecture before cruising to the alpine town of Barlioche in Argentina.

Spend three nights in elegant Buenos Aires, watch or join in with the experts as they dance the tango and tour the Parana River Delta before flying to the Iguassi Falls.

Rio de Janeiro awaits offering plenty of time to explore the bustling city and its world-famous beaches. Take a scenic train ride to the top of Corcovado Mountain to get a close-up view of the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue. There will also be time to visit Sugar Loaf Mountain at the entrance to Guanabara Bay.

South American Adventure price from £3799 for 16 nights, departing Heathrow from January to April and September to November 2014

Price includes VIP door-to-door chauffeur service, return flights, airport taxes, accommodation, most meals, porterage, tour manager, travel insurance and cancellation cover.

For details call free on 0800 414 8986 or visit saga.co.uk/holidays

-ENDS-

Travel journalist Bridget McGrouther is celebrating her 50th birthday by spending 50 days sampling Saga Holidays’ worldwide destinations. Her first destination is South America. You can join the journey through her blog at saga.co.uk/holidays and Twitter @50_at_50.

For details contact Carl Catterall on  01303 771118 or 07776 160866
Email: carl.catterall@saga.co.uk
For images contact Naomi Thornton
Email: naomi.thornton@saga.co.uk

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