Globus releases first South America brochure
GLOBUS has captured the spirit and passion of Latin America in its first brochure of South American holidays, offering more than a dozen different adventures across the continent – from the ruins of Machu Picchu to the beaches of Rio de Janeiro and the remote wilderness of Patagonia.
To celebrate its new brochure, Globus is offering an early booking discount of 10 per cent on all Globus 2016 South & Central America holidays booked by 1 December 2015.
The new Globus South & Central America 2016 brochure takes the extraordinary sights and cultures of Latin America and offers them with the same premium standard of touring that Globus is best known for in Europe and North America. It also includes itineraries from Globus sister brands – affordable touring options from Cosmos and cruises from Avalon Waterways.
The program also includes a selection of itineraries in Brazil timed in the weeks before and after the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Itineraries in the new brochure range from seven to 19 days, and new tours include:
Globus ‘Journey to the End of the World’ – a 13-day journey in Chile and Argentina, priced from $5878, combining Santiago and Buenos Aires with some of the world’s most spectacular mountain landscapes in Patagonia. Highlights include a full-day cruise among the fjords and glaciers of Puerto Natales and a guided hike in the breath-taking Tierra del Fuego National Park.
Cosmos Ecuador ‘From the Andes to the Amazon’ – a 10-day focus on Ecuador’s soaring mountains and wild jungles, including the cobbled lanes and charming colonial streetscapes of its world heritagelisted capital, Quito. Prices from $2239 or $5709 with an additional four-day Galápagos Island cruise.
Avalon Waterways ‘From the Inca Empire to the Peruvian Amazon’ – an 11-day expedition priced from $6659 combining some of South America’s greatest icons including the ruined city of Machu Picchu, the one-time Inca capital of Cusco, the ancient sites of the Sacred Valley and a three-night cruise through the jungles of the Amazon River.