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South America & Antarctica

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Experience Remarkable Journeys by Land, Rail and Sea

Argentina | Brazil | Chile | Galápagos Islands | Peru | Patagonia | Antarctica

A pulsating continent of arresting landscapes, exotic wildlife, intriguing history and intoxicating culture, South America unleashes a passion for life that will transform your adventure into a magical journey through this spectacular jewel of the world. An exquisite blend of abundant natural wonders and multi-layered traditions awaits your discovery.

For 38 years, APT has set the benchmark in South American holidays – with guaranteed inclusions, exceptional touring, premium cruising and more.

Comprehensive itineraries and flexible travel styles provide the ultimate choice for your South American experience. Let APT turn your holiday dreams into reality..

Celebrating 85 Years

As Australia's top travel company, APT is still owned and operated by the McGeary family. The APT Group has been taking travellers on high-end luxury holidays to South America for 38 years.

The Small Group Experience

When you journey to South America with APT, you'll travel in small groups with a maximum of only 28 travellers, ensuring you'll experience an intimate discovery of the region's fascinating history, landscapes and culture. All the while being led by a team of experts providing you peace of mind that you will be looked after at all times. APT's travel professionals have created holidays that ensure a leisurely and rewarding experience. See all the must-see sights and attractions on APT's comprehensive land tours, without incurring any extra costs. You also enjoy APT's pioneering Freedom of Choice Touring concept and APT Signature Experiences, included at no extra cost.

APT Tour Director & Local Guides

Enjoy the services of the same APT Tour Director, who will accompany you for the duration of your land tour. Additionally, an expert local guide will join you in most locations to offer local insights.

Rail Journeys

When it comes to the vast landscapes of South America, rail travel offers a unique and extremely rewarding perspective. Travel to Machu Picchu aboard PeruRail's Vistadome or ride the Andean Explorer by Orient Express.

APT EXCLUSIVE! The Hiram Bingham Train by Orient-Express As the sun begins to fall on your second day at Machu Picchu, your experience will be complete on this must-do journey back to Cusco aboard the world-famous Hiram Bingham Train. Experience the romance of rail, on what is truly the most luxurious way to travel between Cusco and Machu Picchu and is the icing on what is already an adventure that will stay with you forever.

Antarctica Expedition

APT is proud to offer a truly professional Antarctica cruise expedition. A voyage to Antarctica is one of the world's greatest adventures, and it's not surprising that the combination of extreme environment and remoteness captivates many. The Akademik Ioffe and her sister ship, Akademik Sergey Vavilov are highly regarded as two of the best polar expedition vessels in the world. Fast, stable and quiet - and with a passenger capacity of less than 100 - they provide an intimate cruising experience. Unlike most tourist vessels going to Antarctica, these ships were built specifically for expedition and research purposes

Amazon Cruising

To glide over this legendary waterway on the Delfin II, is to experience the essence of the Amazon River and its surrounds in sublime style, and to gain a true appreciation of the awe that it inspires. Delfin Amazon Cruises are the pioneers of premium river cruising on the Amazon, and their most recently launched ship, the Delfin II, is one of the finest ships on the Amazon River. Carrying just 28 guests, it represents the pinnacle of boutique luxury and offers a personal interaction with the wildlife and landscapes as you cruise for five days through the remarkable Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve - the world's largest protected wetland reserve.

Some Extra Special Higlights

With APT, you will enjoy all of the unique attractions South America has to offer. With its rich history based on multiple civilisations, you'll see the wonders of this fascinating continent as you travel to exotic and culturally rich locations. With our local professional Tour Directors, discover the iconic and hidden sights, sounds and experiences that make South America such a special place.

Galápagos Islands - The inspiration behind Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, these islands are famous for their unique native wildlife.

Quito - Set high in the Andes, this beautiful World Heritage-listed city is packed with historical and architectural treasures.

Machu Picchu - Perched high in the Andes, this World Heritage-listed site was recently voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Lake Titicaca - Floating on Lake Titicaca, man-made reed islands are inhabited by the Indigenous and friendly Uros people.

Patagonian Lakes - Split by the Andes, this region of Chile and Argentina boasts turquoise lakes and lush forest framed by snow-capped peaks.

Chilean Fjords - In this wild land of glaciers and snow-clad mountains lie the Chilean Fjords, Cape Horn, Glacier Alley and more.

The Amazon - The world's largest tropical rainforest and river basin, the natural wonders of the iconic Amazon are bountiful.

Rio de Janeiro - This vibrant Brazilian city is home to Sugarloaf Mountain, Christ the Redeemer, Carnival, stunning beaches and more.

Iguassu Falls - Taller than Niagara Falls, this thunderous waterfall system has the second-highest annual flow of any falls in the world.

Buenos Aires - In the world's tango capital, amazing architecture, fine cuisine, unique cultures and friendly locals abound.

Antarctic Peninsula - One of the world's prettiest places, the islands, mountains, icebergs, glaciers and wildlife here are a sight to behold.



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