Luxury South America operator expands

SA Luxury Expeditions launches new tour destinations and packages

SA Luxury Expeditions, a specialty South American travel company that is legally registered in the US, has added four new destinations to its luxury offerings. The new destinations are Patagonia, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires. They complement the firm’s existing “affordable” packages to Machu Picchu, the Galapagos Islands and the Amazon Rainforest. With the addition of eight new travel itineraries, SA Luxury Expeditions says that this expands its role to help travellers “experience the wonders of South America in comfort.”
The new tour suggestions are a combination of single destination immersion, like the five-day “Patagonia Estancia Experience”, and multi-country packages such as a 12-day “South America Highlights” tour. The new offerings are private and customised for each individual, family or group.
[pictured: Arequipa Plaza, Peru; courtesy SA Luxury Expeditions]


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