GEMS IN SOUTH AMERICA
7/16/2013 2:04:12 PM Link 0 comments
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Having recently met with more of our contacts in South America -we wanted to highlight some of the destinations you really might want to add to your list!
The Alvear Palace Hotel has to be one of the greats anywhere in the world. We do specialize in Groups and this destination is perfect for any event you can consider -in the amazing city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Of course anytime you think of this beautiful city the Tango is certainly near the top! We also can arrange your visit to an outstanding Tango Show -it's a marriage made in heaven.
If you've ever dreamed of Golfing in Patagonia -the Llao Llao Resort is the place you want to be! There's also a wonderful spa waiting for you as well. We describe it as a year round Grand Modern Lodge with views so beautiful it's hard to believe they're real. Some other activities are biking, skiing & archery.
We deal with several different tour operators as well. Volume pricing, routes which capture the best of what you want to see are all part of what they provide. These can be custom or pre-planned routes. We can ever offer you cruises aboard a former yacht owned by Princess Grace. She only carries 18 guests so it's quite doable to take over the vessel & route offered!
We also are offering the 1st Air/Cruise to Antarctica. With this plan you actually fly over the very rough Cape Horn area and connect with your vessel docked in King George Island & ready to explore. With only 68 guests you'll also find there's never any crowding at all. The vessel is very nice, but of course the primary focus of this trip is the destination. We also have an excellent tour staff.
In Buenos Aires -if you love Soccer/Football why not stay at the 1st Hotel designed around this world famous sport. Along with a very nice Hotel -you'll also have loads of fun!
If you prefer to explore Patagonia by ship -we have several modern, well run ships from which you can choose. The beauty here is that you can unpack once and just explore the entire region from your "waterfront hotel". Passenger capacity runs from 150 - 200, so it's still very small -but a bit bigger than the yachts.
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