At Latin Excursions, we create one-of-kind luxury trips for travelers who want what they want when they want it. Which is why we specialize in Custom trips. Below our some suggested itineraries only. These are particularly best if you are visiting a new destination in South America for the first time.
Experience the last untouched wilderness in our planet. When you travel to Antarctica with Latin Excursions, you will explore stunning glacial landscapes and amazing wildlife like penguins, whales and plenty of birdlife. As local experts, we can create a complete customized tour to Antarctica that matches your travel dates or offer only the components you wish.
Let Latin Excursions plan your Antarctic travel so you can have all the fun while we do all the work. Travel to Antarctica combines well with visits to other destinations of South America including Argentina or Chile.
From the moment you arrive in cosmopolitan and flamboyant Buenos Aires, the magic begins. Still preserving its elegant colonial past, the ‘Paris of the Southern Hemisphere’ entertains with a warmth typical of the country and its people. From here, the options are limited by your imagination. Leaving the city, the mesmerizing Pampas stretches away across the heart of the country to distant horizons that shimmer in the heat.
Land of the gaucho, this ocean of grass nurtures some of the best beef in the world; an Argentine legend to be enjoyed in excellent hotels and welcoming estancias with wines of the Mendoza region that area of international renown.
Few places in the world capture the imagination and allure as the magical and cultural wonders of Brazil. We have one of the finest teams in the business ready to host you in Brazil taking you to places not usually discovered by most travelers to Brazil.
An elegant sliver of land skimming the western seaboard of South America, Chile is the longest country in the world, bounded on one side by the great Pacific Ocean, and on the other by the shining cordillera of the Andes. Stretching for more than 4000 km from its northern border with Peru to the southernmost point of the continent, Chile is a land of extremes.
In the heart of South America, high on the equator lies a land of eternal spring and ever blooming flowers, where the towering giants of green volcanoes brush playfully against white puffs of passing clouds drifting in the wind currents of the deep blue Andean sky.
Below these verdant slopes and clear skies where condors fly are rich agricultural valleys, sparkling lakes, colorful indigenous cultures and gracious haciendas that were once the backbone of Spanish colonial agrarian society
Charles Darwin stumbled upon the Galapagos Islands more than 170 years ago. He must have been surprised when a 400-pound tortoise plodded by, or when a dragon-like iguana stared at him from a rock.The constant seismic activity that formed the islands, combined with their isolation from the world has been the incubator for this archipelago’s rare and unusual animal life.
Discover Darwin’s treasure: a diversity of life found nowhere else. Discover this aboard your own exclusive yacht.
Wedged between Venezuela to the east, Brazil to the south, and the Caribbean to the north, it’s the only country in South America whose sugared beaches are lapped by both the Atlantic and Pacific.
Straddling the equator, this lush tropical nation boasts a diversity of fauna and flora so rich as to stagger the mind. • Cartagena, by contrast, may be the loveliest colonial city in all South America
The mystical country of Peru stretches from the northwestern coast of South America over the spine of the Andes and into the dense tropical jungle of the Amazon Basin. From its eternal coastal deserts to the highest navigable lake in the world, Peru’s landscapes are as diverse as they are spectacular. Similarly, its rich and ancient cultural heritage, with great civilizations stretching far back in time, make for a fascinating journey.
Peru may be synonymous with Inca remains and Spanish colonialism, but much of its mystique derives from the legacy of those who made Peru their home long before.
Come and explore Venezuela’s sublime landscapes – the high Andean peaks around Mérida; the steamy rainforest on the banks of the great Amazon and Orinoco rivers; the vast Gran Sabana peppered with its dramatic table-top mountains (tepuis) – we can guide you climb one!
There are long stretches of palm-fringed Caribbean beaches along the mainland coast and Venezuela’s Caribbean islands, including Margarita and the coral reef islands of Los Roques.View wildlife in the wetlands of the Llanos – there are capybara, anaconda, caiman, anteater and much more.