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TRIPS FOR 18 – 35 YEAR OLDS

UNHINGE YOUR JAW AT THE SPECTACULAR SCENERY OF THE TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK, PATAGONIA


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You’re ready to explore the world. Are you here to find your sense of adventure? Or to find your personal paradise? Are you here to find your courage? Find your determination? Or find your roots? One thing’s for certain, when you travel with Contiki.

You’ll find your people.

THE SALT PLAINS OF SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA

SHOT BY CONTIKI TRAVELER @MAX_HOMER


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OUR PICKS

San Miguel de Allende

MEXICO CITY

MEXICO

MEXICO CITY

The one that combines adventures, adrenaline & sunseeking. 10 days

GUANAJUATO Teotihuacan

ARGENTINA & BRAZIL HIGHLIGHTS p.32

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Santa Elena

Visit the blue home of Frida Kahlo, see p.44

VIVA COSTA RICA

GUATEMALA ANTIGUA / GUATEMALA CITY

The one that starts with a volcano, & ends with a horseback ride to a waterfall. 9 days

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The one that’s a pisco sour infused overview of peru, feat. jungles & floating islands. 14 days

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HOLA COLOMBIA The one that gives you the best of Colombia, from Caribbean coastlines to colourful towns. 18 days

p.58

CHICHEN ITZA Mexico won’t be complete without some ruins, see p.78 @rebeccaoftheworld

TRENDING NOW PERU

C OS TA R I C A

Peru Uncovered 14 days Peru Panorama 11 days Inca Trail 4 days

Viva Costa Rica 9 days p.76 Tropical Trails 19 days p.50 Coast to Canopies 28 days p.46

p.64 p.66 p.22

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Latin Legends 19 days Sol Seeker 13 days Mexican Fiesta 8 days

Bolivian Magic 15 days Andean Crossing 22 days Patagonia Trail 10 days

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Where jungle-y fun meets amazing beaches, see p.46 @sammm120

EVERY ONE OF OUR TRIPS HAS A UNIQUE HASHTAG

G A L A PA G O S

Check the hashtag on trip pages and let the Contiki alumni inspire your next Latin American adventure.

See if you can see a seal... (you will... for sure) see p.72 @mjneed

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CAN’T GET ENOUGH?

O V E R 1 0 D AY S

1 0 D AY S O R L E S S Argentina & Brazil Highlights 10 days Caribbean Encounter 10 days Colombian Coasts & Culture 9 days Patagonia Trail 10 days Peruvian Highlights 8 days The Lave Line 7 days Viva Costa Rica 9 days

P L AYA T A M A R I N D O

p.32 p.53 p.60 p.62 p.70 p.74 p.76

The Explorer 18 days The Adventurer + Inca Trail 24 days Coast to Canopies 28 days Tropical Trails 19 days Hola Colombia 18 days Mexico Grande 12 days Bella Bolivia 13 days

p.38 p.40 p.46 p.50 p.58 p.78 see web

Latin America is a big place, so to be sure you can explore it all lots of our trips connect. Finish 1 & start your 2nd trip the next day. Plus you can get 5% off when you book 2 trips! See contiki.com/deals for all the details.


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CAYE CAULKER Belize City

BELIZE

TEMALA

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COSTA RICA

SAN JOSÉ

JACO Manuel Antonio N.P

PALOMINO BEACH

SANTA MARTA

TAYRONA NATIONAL PARK

La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandro

CARTAGENA

COLOMBIA

Castillo de San Felipe fortress

SAN GIL

MEDELLIN

Barichara

VILLA DE LEYVA

Cocora Valley

Salt Cathedral

SALENTO

GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

BOGOTA

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ECUADOR

GUAYAQUIL

BAÑOS

BRAZIL

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COLOMBIA Live out all your Indiana Jones dreams trekking to lost cities, see p.56 @joshuaearle

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AGUAS CALIENTES

LIMA INCA TRAIL

AMAZON LODGE PUERTO MALDONADO SACRED VALLEY CUSCO PUNO BOLIVIA Chivay COPACABANA COLCA CANYON LA PAZ AREQUIPA SUCRE POTOSI UYUNI AVAROA N.P SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA Ollantaytambo

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RIO DE JANEIRO Samba your way from Copacabana to Sugarloaf Mountain & the big man himself: Christ the Redeemer, see p.32 @rozboz182

RIO DE JANEIRO IGUASSU FALLS

CHILE

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PATAGONIA San Antonio de Areco

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OVERNIGHT STOPS CONTIKI EXCLUSIVE SPECIAL STAYS PLACES WE VISIT

EL CHALTÉN Mt Fitz Roy

SALAR DE UYUNI Spot (real) flamingos on the flats of Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia see p.34 @max_homer

EL CALAFATE Punto Arenas Torres del Paine Estancia

Los Glaciares National Park

PUERTO NATALES

Adventure mode here we come at the Moreno Glacier, Patagonia, Chile see p.62 @samuelchenard


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TH E C O NTI K I DI F F E R E N CE Big on adventure, small on hassle. This is real travel, real experiences, with a crew to show you the ropes. When we travel, we hope to connect to a culture & its people, & experience it for the unique place it is. Latin America is an adventure of a lifetime. There’s so much to see & do, & with Contiki you have the luxury of focusing on just that - safe in the knowledge that your next hotel (&

getting there) is already sorted, that you’ll be traveling with someone who has all the local insights, & that you get to experience the adventure with a group of like-minded, travel-hungry friends.

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FRIE NDS

There’s something magical about traveling with Contiki; when a bunch of new people meet, & bond through a shared love of travel. Exclusively 18-35 years old, our travelers are THE most important ingredient of our amazing trips. See more on p.18.

“CONTIKI MADE ME MAKE FRIENDS!” @KELLIEPAXIAN, INCA TRAIL, PERU

This is Latin America with Contiki.

U N I Q U E ACCOMMODATION

TH E B E ST TE A M

Where we stay is its own taste of the places we visit; from a lodge run by locals above Colca Canyon, to a trendy hotel in the coolest district of Mexico City. We’ve done the research & found the best places, so you can just turn up, drop your bags & enjoy. See more on p.14.

Undeniably the best in the business, our team are all Latin locals & they know what’s up in every destination. Here to take care of the details & show you a good time, they’ll connect you to each local culture in a way you wouldn’t scratch the surface of on your own. See more on p.16.

HOTEL CARIBE, MERIDA, MEXICO

TRIP MANAGER ISH, GUADALAJARA, MEXICO


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E XPE RIE NC ES

We have whole teams dedicated to hunting down the best experiences. These are the things you can’t leave Latin America without doing, & the things you never knew would keep you smiling for years to come. See more on p.10.

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DE TAIL S SORTE D

Spend your vacation actually vacationing, without pre-planning, and re-planning every step of the way. Our crew is here to sort all the essentials, the whole way through your trip. See more on p.14 - 16.

LUNCH & 4WHEEL DRIVES ON SALT PLAINS, SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA @MAX_HOMER

MACHU PICCHU, PERU,@ KELLIEPAXIAN

E AT LOC AL Peruvian ceviche, freshly brewed coca tea, sizzling slabs of Argentine steak; food is a huge part of the Latin American experience. Breakfast is included every day, with delicious, local meals included and tasty Free-time Add-On meals. See more on p.12.

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ITH A C OMPAN Y WHO CARES

We’re committed to sustainable tourism and treading lightly. See more on p.28.

TH E OTH E R E SS E NTI AL S A R E A LL SO RTE D TOO LOADS OF FREE TIME

TACOS, QUESADILLAS, NACHOS OH MY. CAYE CAULKER, BELIZE

All of our trips include loads of free time, & optional activities each day to make your experience entirely your own. WIFI Stay connected to the world every step of the way, with WiFi at most of our accommodation.


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WAYS TO TRAVEL

Travel experiences created with you in mind.

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO

CAYE CAULKER, BELIZE

SACRED VALLEY, PERU

RIO, BRAZIL


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Our different travel styles are all about giving you choice. Whether you want to see as much as possible, or spend time getting to know a place, we have the perfect way for you to see Latin America. No matter the style, every trip with us delivers value without compromise.

group size

Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer

We’ve got 2 ways to travel Latin America:

When we buy travel, we’re buying amazing experiences to remember forever. But half the fun is having people who share those memories.

DISC OVERER SEE IT ALL, DO IT ALL If you’re a dreamer, explorer and bucket-list checker, our Discoverer trips are for you. Designed to see multiple countries and tick off the must-see sights, with heaps of incredible included adventures and experiences you wouldn’t be

able to do on your own, plus our included, speedy transportation lets you make the most of your time, while smaller groups of like-minded people gives you local access you can’t find with anyone else.

Traveling with Contiki, you’ll meet an amazing crew of like-minded travel buddies ready to share, and remember your adventures forever. All our Latin America trips are smaller groups, that strike the perfect balance between enough people to have a great time with, and few enough for a truly local experience. It’s a fun group to have dinner with, then being able to meet a local artist for a graffiti workshop in Colombia. In Latin America our group sizes are never more than 30, but vary a bit by region:

IN-DEPTH EXPLORER

25 max Colombia

GO LOCAL Our In-Depth Explorer trips are the perfect way to uncover this enriching region in all its glory. These trips are perfectly balanced, with an emphasis on social travel, but with smaller groups that

ensure local access, speedier transportation for more time exploring, central accommodation and unique experiences that’ll have you leaving like one of the locals.

COLOMBIA

23 max Galapagos ECUADOR

PERU

23 max Bolivia

BRAZIL BOLIVIA

15 Inca Trail Peru

CHILE

ARGENTINA

15 max Patagonia

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EXPERIENCES WITH NO REGRETS Make every moment count –– that’s what our experiences are all about. Travel is about the places you visit, but it’s what you do in that destination that really makes the difference. You want to be amazed. You want to connect to a culture. You want to do something utterly incredible; something you never even knew you could do. So that’s how we’ve designed our experiences. Iconic, unique and unexpected, take your pick and create a trip that is bespoke to you, and your budget. We split our experiences into two groups – Included Experiences and Free Time Add-Ons.

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES These experiences are included in the cost of your trip, because if witnessing the snaking ruins of Machu Picchu emerge above the Sacred Valley isn’t a Latin American essential, we don’t know what is.

FREE TIME ADD-ONS Want to do something memorable with your free time? Take your pick from our menu of awesome add-ons. These are the kinds of experiences you’d never imagine you’d be doing (think hang-gliding over the sprawling metropolis of Rio), and are available to buy once you’re on your trip.

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active TREK THE INC A TRAIL TO MAC HU PICC HU MACHU PICCHU, PERU

Machu Picchu is one of the world’s seven wonders for a reason. The first time you spot this lost Incan citadel, shrouded in mist (dotted with a few sassy llamas), there’s a thrill that has no comparison. As you trek through this lush cloudforest, taking in the jaw-dropping Peruvian Andes and finally reaching the mystical Sun Gate, you’ll understand this is the most rewarding trek in the world. DO IT ON ULTIMATE INCA TRAIL, P.68

DO MORE: Canyoneering down the ‘lost canyon’ in Costa Rica, p.76 Rafting in the adventure capital of Colombia: San Gil, p.56

Look out for the Included Experiences and Free Time Add-Ons icons on trip pages to see what you will experience on each trip.

Sandboarding in San Pedro de Atacama, Bolivia, p.34 #NOREGRETS: 1. Trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Peru @clmckend; 2. Soar over Teotihuacan in a hot air balloon, Mexico, @mr_ash93; 3. See the Moreno Glacier, Patagonia, Chile; 4. Try your hand at playing Polo, Argentina; 5. Taste Tequila in... Tequila, Mexico @flywithfaf; 6. Take a sunset boat ride on the azure waters of Caye Cauker, Belize @jaydencubit


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It’s important. Time to discover on your own, to get off the beaten path and hunt down those out-of-the-way experiences. Even time to get lost. We organize a bunch of stuff, but we also know having time to yourself is super important. All of our trips include loads of free time each day, giving you the freedom to do your own thing.

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local FLOAT ON ISL ANDS MADE OF REEDS LAKE TITICACA, PERU

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food TAKE AN AFRO-C ARIBBEAN C OOKIN G CL ASS CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA

culture TRY YOUR HAND AT POLO BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA

These fascinating floating island communities are home to some of the first ethnic groups populating the Andean region. As you glide to the isle of Uros you’ll discover 120 floating islands, constructed from dried totora reeds. As you uncover the traditional lifestyles of these resourceful fishermen, check out the local handicraft market & pick up a souvenir (or 4).

Step back in time, walk Cartagena’s winding cobblestones & lazy plazas, before you taste the local culture through an authentic cooking class. With the freshest seafood around, a local chef will give you a hands-on demonstration on how to prepare the local Afro-Caribbean food that’s every bit as colorful as this impossibly vibrant city.

You can’t come to Buenos Aires & not try your hand at “the sport of kings.” This is the home of the sport, where the first formal game occurred in 1875, & it’s still the capital of polo today. Whether you’re an experienced rider or it’s your first time on a horse, you’ll get your chance to master this utterly unique sport, plus get some snaps on your noble steed, naturally.

DO IT ON THE ADVENTURER, P.40 PERU UNCOVERED, P.64 PERU PANORAMA, P.66

DO IT ON HOLA COLOMBIA, P.58 COLOMBIA QUEST, P.57

DO IT ON ARGENTINA & BRAZIL HIGHLIGHTS, P.32

EXPERIENCE MORE:

TASTE MORE:

LEARN MORE:

Take a locally guided tour of ‘the city of eternal spring,’ Medellin, Colombia, p.58

Take an authentic Costa Rican coffee making tour, Monteverde, Costa Rica, p.46

Visit the ancient site of Teotihuacan, Mexico, p.78

Get a locally guided tour of an authentic cacao plantation, Monteverde, Costa Rica, p.46

Make your own tasty empanadas in Buenos Aires, Argentina, p.38

Uncover the Ciudad Perdida on our Lost City Trek, p.61

Go local with a lively salsa lesson, Ecuador, p.74

Taste a deliciously meaty Brazilian Rodizio BBQ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, p.32

Watch a sultry tango show and take a lesson in Buenos Aires, p.32

Important: Free Time Add-On activities are not included in the price of your trip. They are run by 3rd party operators and on occasion, for some of the activities, travelers may be required to sign a waiver to participate. Before you leave, it’s important that you check your insurance includes your participation in adventure activities and be aware that some of our add-ons can be physically demanding and may involve some risk.


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If you agree that to travel is to eat, you’ve come to the right place. Foodie friends, welcome to Munch. Munch is our food philosophy and sums up everything to do with food on Contiki: –– It’s breakfast every day, like a traditional Gallo Pinto breakfast buffet (hearty Costa Rican rice and beans), plus a few included lunches and dinners (slab of Argentinian steak, anyone?) –– It’s our eclectic range of foodie-centric inclusions, like an authentic interactive Argentine food tour in Buenos

Aires, plus a bunch of Free Time Add-On experiences, like a traditional Brazilian Grill or making your own chocolate from locally-sourced cacao. –– Plus, it’s our Trip Managers’ overflowing little black books of foodie goodness – sending you to all the best places to taste Latin America’s amazing produce & fresh flavors. Hello local markets & sizzling tacos.

T H E FA M D I N N E R

A selection of group meals are included on all trips Trip Manager Abe at El Barracuda restaurant @contikiabe

Puerto Vallarta is an enchanting Mexican destination and the perfect place to taste the local eats while soaking up the local scenery. Surrounded by the glittering azure waters of Bahia de Banderas, swoon-worthy sandy beaches and swaying palm-fringed mountains, there’s a reason that Puerto Vallarta is one of the most popular coastal destinations in Latin America. We’re already in heaven, and that’s before we dig into the evening’s activity - an authentic beachfront dinner. There’s no better way for travelers to bond with each other, as we dig into spicy, invigorating Mexican food while the sparkling water, cobblestone streets and twinkling lights set an unforgettable scene. FROM TOP ON THIS PAGE

CHECK OUT ALL OF OUR FOODIE VIDEOS AT YOUTUBE.COM/CONTIKI

Dinner at El Barracuda restaurant, Puerto Vallarta Dinner at Dulcinea restaurant, Mexico Fresh seafood dinner, Caye Caulker, Belize


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THE COOKING CLASS

Cooking classes available on most trips MkbiFZgZ`^k?ehkZmma^:k`^gmbg^>qi^kb^g\^ @FlorContiki

This is so much more than a culinary experience. Apart from the cooking class, where you’ll make your own empanadas (the ubiquitous little savory pastry pies that are usually filled with minced beef), the vibe here is incredible. You’ll enjoy the company of the funniest and coolest Local Guides, who’ll teach you Argentinian slang, while you drink wine from different regions in Argentina. The food is pretty

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amazing: provoleta (a hot cheese toast with chorizo), chimichurri and criolla sauce. As well as a tender steak. Finally, we try mate, a kind of tea that’s a huge part of the Argentinian culture; people in Argentina hardly leave their home without carrying a thermos of hot water, yerba mate, a cup and a bombilla, the straw used to drink it. Best of all? The whole experience is included.

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Food & drinks tastings & tours are available on Discoverer & In-Depth Explorer Trips Trip Manager Ish in Caye Caukler, Belize @exploreish

Costa Rica’s most famous export is of course the world’s favorite caffeinated friend: coffee. In Monteverde, Costa Rica, we get a full cultural, historical and gastronomical appreciation for this magical bean - the ‘grao de oro’ of Costa Rica. We learn all about coffee at a working plantation, learning about the coffee making process from crop to cup. But we’ll also learn all about

the region’s history, from settlers to conservationists and coffee producers. We’ll walk with our tour guide while having the opportunity to pick and taste ripe berries. Finally, we learn how the fruit is sun-dried, roasted and exported. At the end of the tour we’ll all enjoy a delicious brew and have a chance to buy some of the freshest coffee in the world.

#MUNCH {this page} 1 Taste super fresh Guacamole, Guadalajara, Mexico 2 Mate, the ubiquitous drink in Buenos, Aires, Argentina 3 A homemade empanada, Buenos Aires, Argentina 4 Brazilian BBQ in Rio, Brazil 5 Fresh tacos & tasty salsa, Puerto Vllarta, Mexico 6 Beachside Lunches, Caye Caulker, Belize

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more than just a bed Central hotels & Special Stays surrounded by nature. These are the places you’ll stay in Latin America. Think great locations, the best vibes and the ultimate experience for you. STALK EXACTLY WHERE YOU’LL BE STAYING ON EVERY TRIP OVER AT CONTIKI.COM/WHERE-YOULL-SLEEP

MAMA YACCHI LODGE, COLCA CANYON, PERU

hether you’re resting your head in cool hotels with refreshing rooftop pools, nestled in an Amazon Jungle Special Stay or sleeping in the plummeting Colca Canyon as eagles soar overhead, our Latin American accommodation

is all about immersing you within the local culture, while providing unparalleled comfort and quality. High quality accommodation is so, so important to us - this is the stuff that really sets us apart.

ROYAL REFORMA HOTEL, MEXICO CITY

VISTA VILLAS, PLAYA TAMARINDO, COSTA RICA

HOTEL TRIBECA, BUENOS AIRES

FREE WIFI AT MOST ACCOMMODATION


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hotels

ANTIGUA GUATEMALA HOTEL

AVAILABLE ON ALL LATIN AMERICA TRIPS SEE P.30 & P.54

We’ve partnered with some of the coolest hotels in Latin America, so you’ll sleep easy & wake up right in the action (think 4 blocks from the beach in Rio). All rooms EUROTEL PROVIDENCIA, SANTIAGO DE CHILE

are twin share (except multishare reserves in Bolivia), or you can upgrade to a single room if privacy is what you’re looking for.

HOTEL LAS FAROLAS, ANTIGUA, GUATEMALA

HOTEL ESPADILLA, MANUEL ANTONIO, COSTA RICA

special stays

AMAZON JUNGLE LODGE, PERU

AVAILABLE ON PERU TRIPS SEE P.34-42 & P.64-70

Our Special Stay really lives up to its name; nestled in the lush green of the Amazon Jungle. Swaying hammocks & communal spaces that open out onto the jungle, AMAZON JUNGLE LODGE, PERU

you’ll be lulled to sleep by the sounds of nature. This is one place you’ll rest your head that you’ll remember forever.

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AMAZON JUNGLE LODGE, PERU

lodges

MAMA YACCHI LODGE, COLCA CANYON, PERU

AVAILABLE ON PERU AND ECUADOR ME TO WE TRIPS SEE P.72 & P.74

From the endless photo ops of the stunning Avoroa Nature Reserve or the enchanting experience of gliding to the Minga Lodge in the Ecuadorian Amazon

(accessible only by boat), to bunking down in Colca Canyon as eagles soar overhead, the unique lodges we stay at always put you in to the heart of adventure. HOTEL PISONAY, SACRED VALLEY, PERU

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T R AV E L W I T H THE LOCALS

263 PLACES VISITED

that our Trip Managers need to know fun facts about.

That’s our crew of Trip Managers. Professional, insightful, and always ready to go, our team are locals who can’t wait to show you their backyard. Our Contiki Trip Managers are

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a never-ending source of knowledge and good vibes, and will be the ultimate travel buddies. See contiki. com/latin-america/team to meet them all.

LAKE TITICACA The one and only best name to pronounce...

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GETTING BOAT RIDES

AROUND T R A N S P O R TAT I O N T H AT ’ S TA I L O R E D T O Y O U R T R I P Latin America is vibrant, verdant and vast. Really, seriously vast. When you think about traveling around this part of the world, you might think of long night buses and cramped train rides, but we have some very different ideas.

INTERNAL FLIGHTS

RIVER BOAT RIDES

PRIVATE, AIR-CONDITIONED MINI-COACHES, @MAX_HOMER

4 WHEEL DRIVES, SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA @MAX_HOMER

TRICICOLOS

Some journeys are part of the adventure...

And sometimes you just want to cover lots of ground quickly. We know when to whisk you and your luggage from A-B on speedy internal flights so you can spend more time exploring and less time traveling. But we also know when it’s time to soak up the spectacular scenery on air-conditioned mini-coaches, boats or unique train journeys. And, as always, our quality transportation is included in the cost of your trip.

SO WHAT DO YOU GET? • Carefully selected internal flights to save you precious travel time • Private air-conditioned mini-coaches • Local forms of transportation like tricicolos, canoes, bicycles and trains • Boat rides for exploring the gorgeous Galapagos or Caye Caulker


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GUANAJUATO, MEXICO @HAYLEYMAULDER

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@kelliepaxian bit of a lone wolf traveler these days but LOOK @CONTIKI MADE EVEN ME MAKE FRIENDS #sexyllamas #noregretsexceptpacosshoes #johnyyama #babynoo #blameitonthealtitude #arriba #abajo #alcentro #padentro !!!!!

this is solo travel

CHICHEN ITZA, MEXICO @MOLLYCLARK

This is what solo travel means to us @KELLYPAXIAN, PERU

We know that Latin America can be many things to different travelers. You may be looking for ancient history, colonial culture, nature experiences, local eats, jungle adventures - or simply a palm-fringed paradise to sip an ice-cold cocktail. But no matter what you’re looking for, when you travel Latin America with us, you’ll find your people. It doesn’t matter if you join our trips in a group or as a ‘solo’ traveler. You’ll find your people

to chill with. Find your people to adventure with. Find your people to learn with, explore with, eat with and laugh with. Find your people you’ll remember forever. Travel is all about experiences and making memories, but these memories don’t mean anything if they aren’t shared with friends. Solo travelers, take note - there’s no better way to make fast friends than on one of our Latin American adventures.


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CHICHEN ITZA, MEXICO @__SHANANAS

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@gabychaudri Setting off on the Inca Trail - so glad I get to do it with this excellent bunch of peeps!!

TEOTIHUACAN, MEXICO CITY @_LAUREN15

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@reeny_05 TRIP OF A LIFETIME From watching the sunset on the beach, diving and snorkeling off a catamaran, abseiling down waterfalls, zip lining/water rafting through the jungle, seeing a jaguar to dolphins, having karaoke nights on the bus and in the bar, jumping in the pool at midnight and drinking a lot of 4 loko... I have had the most amazing time in Costa Rica with these gorgeous gorgeous people. #grateful #mytravels #contiki #costaricaunplugged

Contiki will make your trip memorable. The Inca Trail was an amazing experience, and it was made even better by the great people in our group, the amazing guides, and our fantastic porters. ULTIMATE INCA TRAIL, SEPTEMBER 2018

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ooking to give back on your travels? First up, high-five to you. And the good news is, we’ve teamed up with the inspiring charitable organization ME to WE to allow you to do just that (just check out their epic sites weday.com & metowe.com)

You can split off from your Lava Line or Ecuador & Galapagos Island Hopper routes and join ME to WE for an unforgettable adventure in the heart of Ecuador’s Amazon rainforest, and reconnect with the trip 3 days later knowing you did your part to give back. JOIN ME TO WE FROM

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Before your ME to WE trip, you’ll be with the rest of your Contiki group, having a blast on the Ecuador & Galapagos Island Hopper p.72 or the Lava Line p.74 trip.

Then on Day 1 of your ME to WE experience we’ll be meeting with the ME to WE team in Los Rios, and traveling by boat down the Napo River. Arriving at Minga Lodge, you’ll then take part in a trip orientation, before taking a night walk through the Amazonian jungle.

After meeting and getting to know the local community and their current priorities, we’ll spend most of our day volunteering on a build for a local infrastructure project. Later on, we’ll experience a Shamanic Ceremony and learn the ins and outs of indigenous weapons from a local hunter.

Waking up early, you’ll head out before breakfast to explore the rainforest by daylight, keeping our eyes peeled for toucans and long-tailed potoo, as well as other myriad flora and fauna. It’s then back onto the boat, as we journey back to Los Rios, where you’ll continue onto Banos for the rest of your Contiki adventure.


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ME to WE Ecuador by Tara Shearer ecluded, beautiful and accessible only by boat, we arrived at our base for the experience: the Minga Lodge on the banks of the Napo River. Our comfy cabins (hot water and en-suite washrooms!) were surrounded by natural beauty, as toucans and long-tailed potoos sang all around us.

MINGA LODGE, NESTLED IN THE AMAZON JUNGLE ECUADOR

It was more than arriving, wielding a shovel and leaving; the whole process was thoughtfully explained to us, from ME to WE’s 5 pillar model, to how long-term partnerships between ME to WE and local communities create a sustainable future. The respect shown, trust created and partnerships forged between ME to WE and the communities, fosters ownership and investment among community members because at the end of the day, it’s their families & their lives.

MINGA LODGE, ACCOMMODATION, ECUADOR

EXPERIENCE A SHAMAN BLESSING

Our group spent 2 fascinating days meeting with local community members, learning about how ME to WE engage with them and how the organization has impacted their daily lives. We assisted building a bathroom for one of the families we met, and learned the story of a local farmer whose life was changed after working with ME to WE to bring precious clean water to his farm and family. We were inspired by seeing how ME to WE’s development model of their five pillars: Education, Water, Health, Food and Opportunity are put into practice as sustainable solutions that achieve tangible results.

BREAKING GROUND, SUPPORTING THE LOCAL COMMUNITY @MRDAVIDDURAN

EXPLORE MORE YOU CAN ALSO SPEND TIME IN INDIA OR AFRICA, VOLUNTEERING ON A ME TO WE PROJECT. SEE CONTIKI.COM/ METOWE FOR MORE INFO.

ME to WE is a completely unique travel experience, pa^k^rhnee_^^epaZmbmlebd^ mhmknerfZd^Z]b__^k^g\^bg hma^ki^hie^lebo^l%pabe^ e^Zkgbg`%^qiehkbg`Zg] fZdbg`eb_^ehg`_kb^g]l' In our 2 days we got a glimpse into the lives of some of the locals & the chance to hear their stories; from the inspirational girls’ club to meeting with a local healer, each experience we had circled back to the five pillars and how they are integrated into each community. In addition to all of this, the lodge itself was stunning and the staff were helpful, passionate and incredibly informative. My time with ME to WE was so inspiring, it was an unforgettable experience that changed the way I looked at Latin America.


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T WO WAYS TO MACHU PICCHU SUNGATE

MACHU PICCHU

You’ve seen it a million times on Instagram, TV and in magazines, but nothing can ever prepare you for the first time you lay eyes on Machu Picchu. Are you ready for one of the world’s greatest travel experiences? CAMPING WAYLLABAMBA @BARLOW2103

4 D AY T R E K I T I N E R A RY ( U LT I M AT E I N C A T R A I L ) D AY 1

D AY 2

HIKE FOR 6 HRS 8 MILES

HIKE FOR 7 HRS 6.4 MILES

Checkpoint “KM82” 1.6 mi.

Llactapata 4.8 mi.

3.2 mi.

1 D AY T R E K I T I N E R A RY

4.8 mi.

NIGHT 2

Pacamayo 1.6 mi.

ADD IT TO PERU

D AY 1

You can add either of these treks to our trips to Peru. The hardest part will be deciding which trek to do! See pages p.36, p.38, p.40, p.42, p.64, p.66, p.68, p.71, for our trips that you can trek Machu Picchu on!

HIKE FOR 6 HRS 6.2 MILES

Checkpoint “KM104” Catch the train

Dead Woman’s Pass

NIGHT 1

Wayllabamba

Included Lunch at Wiñay Wayna

Chachabamba

1.3 mi.

1.6mi.

Sungate Viewpoint/ Intipunku 1.7 mi.

Machu Picchu 1.6 mi.

Hike through the cloud forest Essential Booking Requirements: When you book your trip (as early in advance as possible) it’s essential that you let us know the following details: full name (as appears on passport), nationality, date of birth and gender. What else? It’s also important that the passport information that you submit with your application is exactly the same as the passport you will use to travel to Latin America and it must have six months validity at time of travel. You will also need your passport to enter onto the Trail. Note: If your information changes it can result in a penalty and cancelation of admission to the Trail. No refunds will be given. Book early! The Peruvian Government closely controls the number of travelers on the Trail, with only 500 permits available each day. Inca Trail permits are non-refundable and non-transferable so it’s essential that you let us know your correct passport details at the time of booking so we can process your application quickly. (Contiki will process your application on your behalf within three days of booking but we cannot guarantee permit availability.) Campsites are subject to change (on the 4 day trek) according to the designation of the governmental institution (Ministerio de Cultura) that regulates the use of the Inca Trail.


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PHUYUPATAMARCA @GABYCHAUDRI

PHUYUPATAMARCA @BROOKOSAURES

RUNKURAKAY PASS

MACHU PICCHU @MIA_WANDERLUST90

SUNGATE @GABYCHAUDRI

SAYACMARCA @REBECCA_QUICK

D AY 3

D AY 4

HIKE FOR 8 HRS 8.4 MILES

HIKE FOR 3.5 HRS 3.4 MILES

Runkurakay Pass 1 mi.

Sayacmarca

Phuyupatamarca

Sun Gate

NIGHT 3

Machu Picchu

Wiñay Wayna 1 mi.

3.2 mi.

3.2 mi.

2.4 mi.

1 mi.

3 things you need to know

1

WHEN TO GO The Inca Trail is open all year, except for February, when it closes for maintenance. The peak season is April to November when the weather and conditions are the best.

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FITNESS Before you book make sure that you’re ready for the amount of hiking you’ve signed up for. Here’s a breakdown of distances: 4 DAY TREK 26.8 mi Day 1: 9.6 mi, Day 2: 6.4 mi, Day 3: 7.4 mi, Day 4: 3.4 mi 1 DAY TREK 6.1 mi

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WHEN TO BOOK You’ve been dreaming of Machu Picchu, but so have a few other people. For the best chance to lock down your permit, we recommend booking at least 3 months before traveling between October & April, and 6 months before traveling in May to September. It may be possible to get permits outside these times, but it could be tricky.


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LIMA TO PUERTO MALDONADO BY YOURSELF

ACCOMMODATION

ACCOMMODATION

Tonight we’re staying at The Amazon Jungle Lodge, a Special Stay nestled in the middle of the jungle. It’s so lush with open air rooms, with insta-worthy nets hanging over the beds.

Wow, I wanted to stay on the river - didn’t think it would be quite this expensive.

BREAKFAST

BREAKFAST

Wake up, & head to breakfast, it’s right here & while I sip local coffee & munch on breakfast, we discuss where we’re going today.

Ok, where to go? Uhm.. was there a cafe around the corner? Or just a bar..? Better check online.. Ouch - expensive!

TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORTATION

Don’t have to think about a thing - we got picked up from the door in Lima, transferred to the airport, for our included internal flight. So easy & quick to get there.

Transfers to the airport, flights, transfers to the hotel. Was one of them included? Better book a taxi. I wish my Spanish was better. Do they have meters in the taxis here? Oh dear. The drive was alright, at least we can see the river from the place we’re staying.

SIGHTSEEING & FOOD

SIGHTSEEING & FOOD

We saw so much on the way today. We had a delicious included lunch, and spotted all the wildlife in the water, & on the river bank as we floated up the Amazon River to reach the Jungle Lodge we’re staying at tonight. After freshening up, we had a delicious dinner as well.

All the boat trips, and activities are at least a full day, so no chance of seeing much of the river today. Oh well - let’s go find some food. I think there was a cafe back here - lets have a look online. At least it all seems quite cheap.

TRAVEL BUDDIES

TRAVEL BUDDIES

I was nervous about traveling with strangers - but these guys have become such good friends now! We’re already planning trips to visit each other after our Contiki is finished!

It’s a bit sad I left those guys in Lima - they seemed fun - would have been nice to get to know them a bit better. Oh well I’m sure I’ll meet other fun people on the way.

FREE TIME

FREE-TIME

After dinner, we had time to hang out. Some of us went for a walk with our Local Guide to spot the local Caiman (a type of alligator) that comes out at night.

Hmm, not sure what to do tonight - and not sure I want to walk around by myself. I might just head back and have a rest. Actually I might just jump in a cab...

BES VA L T UE E

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TOTAL WITH CONTIKI COST PER DAY

PER

US$202**

US$ 58 DAY

US$93

US$9

US$17 + US$111 + US$13

US$0 + US$9

US$8

TOTAL BY YOURSELF COST PER DAY (PLUS FREE TIME)

US$260


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DEALS

SAVE BIG

Check out all the best deals & offers at contiki.com/deals to save big on your 2019-2021 trips.

SAVE EVEN MORE

BOOK TOGETHER

10%

5%

Everyone saves 10% when 10 or more book (or the 11th person goes free)

CONTIKI +

Not your first trip with us? We’d like to welcome you back with a little discount on selected trips to say thanks

5%

7.5% Everyone saves 7.5% when 7 or more book together

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Can’t decide between two trips? Do both! Book 2 trips 7 days or longer and get 5% off the cheaper one. Boom!

5% Everyone saves 5% when 4 or more book together

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FREE TO CHANGE

FLEXIBLE PAYMENT

Only US$200 deposit to secure your trip today, giving you the freedom to change your mind without breaking the bank.

We accept Mastercard, Visa, even PayPal so whichever way you like to pay you know that your money will reach us safely.

If you change your mind, you never really lose your deposit with us. We’ll put it towards another trip in the future or you can gift it to a mate. See p.82 for more.

Booked the wrong date? Need to change your trip? No worries. We let you make those kinda changes for free. We’re cool like that. See p.82 for more.

Unlike other travel companies, we don’t need full payment until 45 days before you leave so you can spread the cost out over time.

US$200 DEPOSIT

PAY SECURELY

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The facts: All these discounts apply to the land portion of your trip price only (this excludes taxes, included flight costs, national park fees, permits, extra accommodation, festival tickets, Inca Trail permits & Free Time Add-Ons). Your trip price does not include the costs of international flights to/from Latin America that start or end your trip. Discounts are subject to availability & may be withdrawn at any point without notice. You can combine the Contiki+ discount (past traveler) and the multi trip discount (2nd trip discount) with group discounts (Book Together) discounts on trips of 7 days or longer. Multiple discounts are added incrementally and not as a total amount off the gross price. It is possible to use a Contiki+ discount (past traveler) with a multi-trip discount on the same booking, however only one 5% discount will be applied per trip, & travelers must have completed a Contiki trip at the time of booking. Group discounts (‘Book Together’) are available on all trips. *The 5% multi-trip discount will be applied to the lower priced of your two (or more) trips to Latin America, please contact Contiki or your travel agent to apply relevant discounts when booking your trips. **The trip used for the per day comparison is the Peru Uncovered p.64 based on exchange rates as at 26th February, 2019.


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BUILD THE TRIP FOR YOU 1.

PIC K YOUR COUNTRIES

COLOMBIA

2.

ECUADOR

PIC K YOUR TRIP COMBINATION

These trips connect perfectly, so you can do them [hma[Z\dmh[Z\dl^^bmZee'L^^^Z\amkbil_nee itinerary on the page listed.

GAL APAGOS ISL ANDS

PERU

COLOMBIA, ECUADOR & GALAPAGOS ISLANDS COLOMBIAN COASTS & CULTURE P.60 GALAPAGOS ISLAND HOPPER P.72 21 TOTAL DAYS | 2 COUNTRIES

+ ECUADOR &

HOLA COLOMBIA P.58 + ECUADOR & GALAPAGOS ISLAND HOPPER P.72 30 TOTAL DAYS | 2 COUNTRIES

C OLOMBIA & ECUADOR HOLA COLOMBIA P.58 + THE LAVA LINE P.74 25 TOTAL DAYS | 2 COUNTRIES COLOMBIAN COASTS & CULTURE P.60 + THE LAVA LINE P.74 16 TOTAL DAYS | 2 COUNTRIES

ECUADOR, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS, PERU ECUADOR & GALAPAGOS ISLAND HOPPER P.72 + PERU UNCOVERED P.64 26 TOTAL DAYS | 2 COUNTRIES

* 5% discount: Conditions apply, see p.24 & contiki.com/deals for all the terms and conditions.


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Get 5% off when you book 2 or more trips*

We have trips. Amazing trips. But depending on the time you’ve got & countries you’re hankering to see we might not have the precise combination of incredible places you want to see. But we’ve covered that too. Tons of our trips connect so you can do multiple trips back-to-back, and make the most of your time on this amazing continent. And we’ll give you 5% off* when you book 2 or more trips, so you save a bit of extra spending money.

BOLIVIA

ARGENTINA

PERU, BOLIVIA, ARGENTINA ULTIMATE INCA TRAIL P.68 + BOLIVIAN MAGIC P.34 23 TOTAL DAYS | 3 COUNTRIES PERUVIAN HIGHLIGHTS P.70 + BOLIVIAN MAGIC P.34 23 TOTAL DAYS | 3 COUNTRIES PERU PANORAMA P.66 + BOLIVIAN MAGIC P.34 26 TOTAL DAYS | 3 COUNTRIES

See contiki.com/ deals for all the details

BRAZIL

PATAGONIA

BOLIVIA, ARGENTINA, & BRAZIL BELLA BOLIVIA (SEE WEB) + ARGENTINA & BRAZIL HIGHLIGHTS P.32 23 TOTAL DAYS | 3 COUNTRIES

PERU, BOLIVIA, ARGENTINA & PATAGONIA ANDEAN CROSSING P.36 + PATAGONIA TRAIL P.62 32 TOTAL DAYS | 3 COUNTRIES

PERU, BOLIVIA, ARGENTINA & BRAZIL ANDEAN CROSSING P.36 + ARGENTINA & BRAZIL HIGHLIGHTS P.32 32 TOTAL DAYS | 4 COUNTRIES BOLIVIAN MAGIC P.34 + ARGENTINA & BRAZIL HIGHLIGHTS P.32 25 TOTAL DAYS | 4 COUNTRIES

BOLIVIAN MAGIC P.34 + PATAGONIA TRAIL P.62 25 TOTAL DAYS | 3 COUNTRIES

BOLIVIA, ARGENTINA & PATAGONIA BELLA BOLIVIA (SEE WEB) + PATAGONIA TRAIL P.62 23 TOTAL DAYS | 3 COUNTRIES


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M A K E T R AV E L M A T T E R

We believe sustainable tourism matters. Contiki Cares is our commitment to preserving the planet, wildlife, and giving back to the communities we visit for generations to come.

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THE ENDANGERED COTTON TOP TAMARIN PRIMATE CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA

The world’s wildlife is balancing on a dangerous precipice. In partnership with leading wildlife organizations such as Wildlife SOS & the Wilderness Foundation, we’re determined to do something about it. On our trips, travelers can opt to be scientists for a day as they monitor & support efforts to maintain

To make travel mutually beneficial for all, it’s vital that travelers invest in local communities and the incredible people who make the experience so unique. That’s why when we visit places to learn about indigenous cultures, we do our best to partner with locals. From visiting the Cusco Center for Textile Traditions, which educates travelers

about & preserves 10,000 year old Andean weaving traditions, to our partnership with ME to WE delivering trips to work with local communities in Ecuador, we aim to support the communities we visit. See pages p.72 & p.74 for trips that visit these communities.

populations of wild animals. In the Galapagos, they can take part in Shark Count as they snorkel & dive see p.72. & p.75; while in Colombia they can visit a community of cute - but critically endangered - Cotton Top Tamarin monkeys see p.58 & p.60. It’s all about education, so we can all do more to protect our precious wildlife.

CUSCO CENTRE FOR TEXTILE TRADITIONS, PERU @MAX_HOMER

Reduce and reuse isn’t just a catch phrase for us, it’s a lifestyle. We’ve committed to eliminating single use plastics at our offices, and on the road by 2022. In 2019 our crew will all be equipped with innovative, reusable bottles, and tote bags which travelers will be able to buy on trip.

In 2017 we introduced e-docs which allows our travelers to receive their documents digitally. There’s no need for paper and we planted 42, 776 trees in travelers’ names in 2018 as part of our plant a tree initiative.

When we visit Monteverde, Costa Rica, travelers can take part in a tree planting program, directly helping to repopulate this lush forest landscape, and maintain the natural biodiversity unique to this special destination. MONTEVERDE, COSTA RICA


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YO U’R E O NLY YOU N G ON C E We’re not alone in the belief that being young and traveling the world is the best relationship since wine and cheese. When you travel with us, you’re welcomed into our family – The Travel Corporation. These are the guys who have taught us everything we know; they’ve shown us that passion is everything, sustainability is key, incredible service is what sets you apart, and that every trip and every travel experience should be nothing less than extraordinary.

TEOTIHUACAN, MEXICO

CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE

The best thing about our family? The fact that our sister brands let you experience the world in

U R I VE R CRUIS ES

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HAGGIS A DV ENTURES

Re-defining river cruising for the young and young at heart.

Giving you freedom of choice to create your own adventure.

The wild child of Scottish adventures.

I had never even considered seeing Europe on a river cruise but after traveling with @u_rivercruises, I don’t think I will travel any other way.

I really enjoyed the @busabout.official style of travel and especially loved all the optional stops. They were little gems hidden within this amazing continent. It is a great way to meet new people, and have the benefit of traveling with others, even if you’re solo.

If you want to get the full Scottish experience, meet incredible people from around the world and have the best guides you should totally book with these guys. I did the 10 day tour and had a blast and ended up feeling Scottish.

Konnor - Australia

Avishag - Israel

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the same way we do; with wide eyes, youthful optimism, and the knowledge that travel is an experience best shared with friends. If you haven’t found the perfect trip with Contiki, one, if not several, of our unique and awardwinning sister brands are sure to be a match to your travel type.

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SHA MROC KE R A DV ENTURE S

Fan-feckin-tastic tours of Ireland. We saw some of the most beautiful sights I have ever laid eyes upon, stayed in fantastic hostels/hotels, experienced the nightlife in Irish pubs, listened to gorgeous music and made some wonderful new friends. I am so grateful to Shamrocker Adventures for making my trip exceptional! Davie - Australia

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DISCOVERER. SEE IT ALL, DO IT ALL Wide eyed wanderers who want to see and do it all, welcome to our Discoverer trips. From iconic sights to local, unique experiences, you’ll explore beaches, rainforests, crumbling ruins and bustling cities, with a bunch of adventurers just like you. Latin America, we want to explore every inch of you - let’s do this.

MACHU PICCHU NESTLED IN THE CLOUD FOREST, PERU @MAX_HOMER

FROM

12 TRIPS

FROM

10 $183 36 DAYS

USD PER DAY


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see more We have a whole continent to explore! On Discoverer, we’ll have you seeing as much of it as you want. With more experiences included up front, you know you’ll be in for the best adventure possible. Here’s just a taste of what you’ll get up to:

Journey up to the heavens and witness Christ the Redeemer, Rio Get a sultry tango lesson followed by an authentic Argentine feast, Buenos Aires Tour a jungle on a catamaran with a local guide Make your own pockets of deliciousness (empanadas) Buenos Aires, Argentina

CANCUN, MEXICO

ZIPLINING, SALENTO, COLOMBIA @BROOKOSAURES

MONTEVERDE, COSTA RICA @BROOKOSAURES

RAINBOW MOUNTAIN, PERU @ASH_KIMBERLEY

AMAZON JUNGLE LODGE, PERU

sleep in comfort Like to stay close to the action? Our Discoverer trips have you covered. As night time rolls around, settle down in a mix of comfortable 3 and 4 star hotels (some right next to the beach) and lodges or Special Stays nestled in nature.

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA

eat local Regional delicacies like tasty empanadas, sizzling slabs of world class steak, traditional Peruvian ceviche and much, much more. This is how you’ll be eating on Discoverer.

C HIC HA DE JORA OLLYANTAMBO

Taste an ancient Incan drink, that’s still alive today. It’s a kind of corn beer, that’s so old, they found evidence of a brewery up in the ruins of Machu Picchu.

TANGO SHOW, DINNER & WINE TASTING BUENOS AIRES

Plunge into Argentine culture by feasting on a regional dinner, tasting some deep, fruity malbec and watching a passionate tango show (maybe even having a go at this romantic dance for yourself)


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THE NUMBERS THE DETAILS

10

FROM

2

DAYS

9 nights twin-share hotel accommodation

FROM

US$1825 US$183 *

13 INCLUDED MEALS

An experienced Trip Manager & Englishspeaking Local Guides, 2 internal flights & transfers

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES • Tango show & lesson in Buenos Aires • Interactive Argentine Food Experience • City tour of Rio & Buenos Aires

4.6 OVERALL RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Partake in a traditional Polo game F Helicopter flight over Iguassu Falls F Hang Gliding, Rio

#SOUTHAMHIGHLIGHTS

9 breakfasts (B) 2 lunches (L) 2 dinners (D)

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS

NEW & IMPROVED

*

PER DAY

COUNTRIES

9 NIGHTS

SMALL GROUP TRIP

DISCOVERER

ARGENTINA & BRAZIL HIGHLIGHTS

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL @ashleighkate92

IGUASSU FALLS, BRAZIL @burnsie_15

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA @contiki

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA @contiki

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CANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T GET ENOUGH?

Want to see the salt plains of Bolivia before you start? Check out trips on p.34, & p.36 for the best combo.

&#;Ã&#x152; BUENOS AIRES Hola Buenos Aires! We'll dive straight into the local culture with an authentic dinner (washed down with a glass of malbec, of course) & a passionate tango show. The perfect way to get our Argentina adventure started. Hotel (D) â&#x20AC;¢ Tango show & lesson

&#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152; IGUASSU FALLS Stepping onto Brazilian soil for the first time, a trip to Iguassu Falls will have us astounded by the beauty of this UNESCO World Heritage listed national park. Those feeling brave can opt for a helicopter ride for the ultimate bird's eye

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END

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&#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152;4+1 PARAGUAY We'll throw ourselves into the festivities with caipirinhas in hand, 2 exploring the favelas, IGUASSU experiencing the city's FALLS culinary side & heading to the beach for some iconic Copacabana action. Hotel BRAZIL (B)(B)(B,D) ARGENTINA â&#x20AC;¢ Visit Christ the Redeemer â&#x20AC;¢ Cruise on Rio's Worldfamous Harbor URUGUAY F Hang gliding San Antonio de Areco

&#;Ã&#x152;4+1 This adventure has come to an end, but we'll be leaving with nothing but the very best of memories. (B)

4 START

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3 JANEIRO

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CHILE

&#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152; BUENOS AIRES You'll take Buenos Aires by storm over the next

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view of this magnificent force of nature. Hotel (B)(B) F Helicopter ï¬&#x201A;ight over Iguassu Falls F Speedboat tour to Iguassu Falls

Extend your trip to include Bolivia. See p.34, or p.36 for more info, departure dates & prices.

RIO CARNIVAL! BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA @iannacito19

FEB 21ST- FEB 26TH 2020 Book the Feb 16th departure & take your trip to the next level. Ticket to the Sambadrome is included in the trip price. This departure spends 3 nights in Buenos Aires, 2 nights in Iguassu Falls & 4 nights Rio so you'll be a part of what is considered the biggest carnival in the world! With over two million people per day celebrating on the streets of Rio, it's like nothing you have ever seen. We take you to all the right places at the right times, so you see all the best performances & don't miss a beat. Witness parades bursting with revellers, floats & adornments from numerous samba schools. Live for the moment, live with no regrets & don't miss out on this indescribable experience! Visit contiki.com/southam-highlights for pricing and full details.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL @lifewithandy

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Start May 31 Jun 14 Jun 28 Jul 5 Jul 19 Aug 2 Aug 16

US$1825

End Jun 9 Jun 23 Jul 7 Jul 14 Jul 28 Aug 11 Aug 25

Start Aug 23 Sep 6 Sep 20 Oct 4 Oct 11 Oct 25 Nov 8

US$1825

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US$1825

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End Feb 9

Start Feb 7

Q

End Feb 16

2021

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2021

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TRAVELING BETWEEN 30 SEP 2019 & 16 FEB 2020? THE BELOW TRIPS (BARJ 2019) FEATURE A SLIGHTLY MODIFIED ITINERARY. SEE BELOW FOR START & END TIMES & VISIT CONTIKI.COM/SOUTHAM-HIGHLIGHTS FOR FULL DETAILS. Start Sep 30 Oct 21 Oct 28 Nov 18 Nov 25 Dec 16

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few days, uncovering the city in-depth with your very own Local Guide, immersing yourself in a fully interactive food tour, & having the option to join in a traditional game of polo. With heaps of free time for a feast of Buenos Aires activities, we'll also get out of the city for the day and explore the picturesque Gaucho town of San Antonio de Areco, the perfect place for a leisurely stroll & lunch at a local restaurant. (B,L)(B,L)(B) â&#x20AC;¢ Argentine Experience

WANT MORE ADVENTURE?

DISCOVERER

The one that explores South America's dynamic duo in 10 days of adventures, adrenaline & sun-seeking

Start Feb 14 Feb 28

End Feb 23 Mar 9

Jan 19 Jan 26

US$1825

75

US$1825

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/southam-highlights. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info.*Prices shown are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$505. Start Buenos Aires 5:30pm & end Rio 11:00am. O This trip spends NYE in Buenos Aires. Q These trips are in Rio during Carnival & will have a slightly modified itinerary, 3 nights in Buenos Aires, 4 nights in Rio & add a single room supplement of US$935. Visit contiki.com/ southam-highlights for full details. V This trip spends NYE in Iguassu Falls. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: This trip is part of a bigger picture - our 24 day Adventurer & 18 day The Explorer trip. When you jump aboard this trip, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be joining a group of other travelers who have been traveling on these trips. Wait until you see the warm welcome youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive as a new addition to the group.


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THE NUMBERS THE DETAILS

15

FROM

3

DAYS

23 INCLUDED MEALS

13 nights in twin-share hotels & 1 night in a multi-share hostel

14 breakfasts (B) 2 lunches (L) 7 dinners (D)

*

PER DAY

COUNTRIES

14 NIGHTS

FROM

US$3245 US$217 *

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & Englishspeaking Local Guides, 2 internal flights & transfers

3.3 RATING

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

FREE TIME ADD-ONS

• Locally guided walking tour of La Paz • Visit Valle de Luna in the Atacama Desert • Visit to Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat

F Sandboarding in San Pedro de Atacama F Rock Climbing

#BOLIVIANMAGIC

SMALL GROUP TRIP

DISCOVERER

BOLIVIAN MAGIC

SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA@rozboz182

SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA @hobbsy03

SUCRE, BOLIVIA @contiki

AVAROA NATIONAL RESERVE @kb4travel

UYUNI, BOLIVIA @martycolliver


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CANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T GET ENOUGH?

Want to see the iconic ruins of Machu Picchu before you start? Check out Peru trips on p.66, p.68 for the best combo.

&#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 We start our trip exploring the ancient Andean culture in Cusco. Get to know your new friends over dinner of Peruvian dishes & get ready for 15Â days of adventure. Hotel (D)

&#;Ă&#x152; #8#41#0#6+10#. RESERVE Today we'll begin the 2-day crossing of the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve. Expect volcanoes, hot springs, geysers, lakes, lagoons & flamingos as we venture towards the Chile & Atacama Desert. Hostel (B,L,D)

&#;Ă&#x152;21615Âś The colonial architecture & hilly streets of Potosi are a must-see. We'll explore the National Mint of Bolivia & discover why this was once one of the richest cities in the world. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;˘ Locally guided walking tour â&#x20AC;˘ See the National Mint of Bolivia & Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace & Iglesia de San Lorenzo de Carangas â&#x20AC;˘ Visit the Cathedral Market

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;5#0 PEDRO DE ATACAMA After some serious nature time as we finish up our national reserve adventure, ultimate relaxation is in order, San Pedro style. Lay by the pool, go mountain biking or even sand boarding, but don't use up all your energy as come afternoon, we'll be visiting Valle de la Luna to watch the sunset among the colorful textured landscape. Hotel (B)(B,D) F Sandboarding

Ă&#x152;

BRAZIL

(.+)*65 +0%.7&'&

PERU

START

CUSCO 1

BOLIVIA

COPACABANA 1

&#;Ă&#x152; COPACABANA Copacabana is calling. With an early start, we'll cross over the Bolivian border where the shores of Lake Titicaca await - the highest navigable body of water in the world, also known for being the birthplace of the sun. Hotel (B)

&#;Ă&#x152; 5#06+#)1&'%*+.' This morning we leave the desert behind & jump on flight to Santiago de Chile. Upon arrival we'll get acquainted with this bustling place on a city tour. The evening is yours to explore. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;˘ City tour

&#;Ă&#x152;7;70+ The morning is all yours to uncover the last little secrets of Potosi, then we're off to Uyuni, the gateway to Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flats in the world (& the reason you've been prop planning for weeks!). Hotel (B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;.#2#< Another day, another unique destination, this time La Paz, the highest capital city in the world. Here we'll take in the Bolivian countryside before checking out the colonial sites & unique markets on a locally guided tour. Hotel (B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ See San Francisco Church & Metropolitan Cathedral â&#x20AC;˘ Visit the Witches' Market, Plaza Murilla & colorful Jaen Street

&#;Ă&#x152; 5#.#4&'7;70+ Hopping into 4X4s it's the day we've all been waiting for. Mile upon mile of salt flats, blue skies & Instagram opportunities will ensure this day goes down in the history books. Hotel (B,L,D)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;57%4' Catching our included flight to Sucre this morning we'll

&#;Ă&#x152; 5#06+#)1&'%*+.' With another free day choose to visit the colorful, hillside city of Valparaiso or spend a day exploring Chile's wineries. Hotel (B,D)

2 LA PAZ

2 SUCRE POTOSI 1 UYUNI 2 PARAGUAY 1 AVAROA NATIONAL RESERVE SAN PEDRO 2 DE ATACAMA 1

CHILE

Nightstops Mini-coach, van

ARGENTINA

Plane END

2

SANTIAGO DE CHILE

&#;Ă&#x152; 5#06+#)1&'%*+.' After 14Â days of deserts, lakes & cities it's time to head our separate ways. Or you could just join the Argentina & Brazil highlightsâ&#x20AC;Ś (B)

URUGUAY

Contiki shows you all the things you didn't know you wanted to see. Johanna Sanchez

END 11AM 5#06+#)1&'%*+.'

NOT READY TO GO HOME? Keep adventuring in Argentina & Brazil p.32, or Patagonia p.62.

HOW MUCH & WHEN

75

Start Dec 8 2020 Jan 5 Feb 2

End Dec 22 

75

Jan 19 Feb 16

Start Mar 7 Mar 28 Apr 25 May16

US$3309

End Mar 21 Apr 11 May9 May30

Start Jun 13 Jul 4 Aug 1 Aug 22

US$3309

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Start Sep 19 Oct 10 Nov 7 Nov 28

US$3309

End Start Oct 3 Dec 26 O Oct 24 Nov 21 Dec 12

US$3309

End Jan 9

2021

End Sep 1 Sep 29 Oct 27 Nov 24

2020

Start Aug 18 Sep 15 Oct 13 Nov 10

2019/20

2019

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End Jan 30 Feb 27 Mar 20

US$3309

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/bolivian-magic. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can share you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$415. Start Cusco 5:00pm & end Santiago de Chile 11:00am. O Trip spends NYE in Sucre. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see P.82. Note: Included flight times are subject to alteration. Note: The National Reserve is remote & accommodation is limited. The 1 night spent on the reserve is multi-share, hostel style accommodation, with shared bathrooms. Singles upgrades are not available. Note: This trip is part of a bigger picture - our 22 day Andean Crossing trip. When you jump aboard this trip, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be joining a group of other travelers who have been traveling on this trip. Wait until you see the warm welcome youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive as a new addition to the group.

#BOLIVIANMAGIC

START 5PM CUSCO

explore the city's historical streets & white stone buildings on a locally guided walking tour. The rest of the time here is yours! Shop, visit museums or opt for outdoor activities. Hotel (B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ See the Casa de la Libertad & the Convento de Santa Teresa â&#x20AC;˘ Visit the Convento de San Felip Neri F Rock Climbing or Horseback Riding

5/#..)417264+2

WANT TO DO PERU?

Extend your trip to include Peru, Argentina & Brazil or Patagonia. See p.32, p.62, p.66, or p.68 for more info, departure dates & prices.

DISCOVERER

The one that gives you 15 days of culture, nature, cities & desert in 3 countries


LATIN AMERICA 2019-21

CONTIKI.COM/ANDEAN-CROSSING

THE NUMBERS THE DETAILS

22

FROM

3

DAYS

COUNTRIES

21 NIGHTS Unique Special Stays: 2 nights Jungle Lodge, 18 nights in twin-share hotels & 1 night in a multi-share hostel

FROM

US$5029 US$229

*

*

36 INCLUDED MEALS 21 breakfasts (B) 4 lunches (L) 11 dinners (D)

PER DAY

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & Englishspeaking Local Guides, 4 internal flights & transfers

• Walking tour of Cusco • Locally guided walking tour of La Paz • Visit the Valle de Luna in the Atacama Desert • Visit Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat

4.7 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Sandboarding in San Pedro de Atacama F Rock Climbing F Climb Rainbow Mountain, Peru

#ANDEANCROSSING

SMALL GROUP TRIP

DISCOVERER

ANDEAN CROSSING

RAINBOW MOUNTAIN CUSCO, PERU @kelliepaxian

SACRED VALLEY, PERU @max_homer

MACHU PICCHU, PERU @barlow2103

SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA @rozboz182

SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA @bellabong1


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CANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T GET ENOUGH?

DISCOVERER

The one with all the bucket list musts, from the Inca Trail to the Amazon Extend your trip to include Argentina & Brazil or Patagonia. See p.32 or p.62 for more info.

Ă&#x152; FLIGHTS INCLUDED

Best way to solo travel! B]^Ă&#x203A;gbm^er`hmma^ experience I wanted.

PERU

AGUAS CALIENTES

(Machu Picchu)

1

AMAZON LODGE

Myrlene Laroche

Ollantaytambo

1 SACRED VALLEY

CUSCO 3

BOLIVIA BRAZIL

COPACABANA 1

2 LA PAZ

UYUNI 2 CHILE

SAN PEDRO 2 DE ATACAMA

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Special Stay

&#;Ă&#x152;21615Âś The colonial architecture & hilly streets of Potosi are a must-see. We'll explore the National Mint of Bolivia & discover why this was once one of the richest cities in the world. Hotel (B)

Puerto Maldonado

LIMA

Nightstops

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;%75%1 Ever dreamt of watching the first rays of the day creep over Machu Picchu, surrounded by a group of new friends? Today will make that dream a reality. Soak in the moment, then explore the Incan city, Temple of Three Windows, ceremonial baths & alter together with a Local Guide. The next day (and likely still buzzing) is free for you to explore Cusco your way. Hotel (B,D)(B,D) F Rafting F Rainbow Mountain

2

INCA TRAIL

START

1

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;57%4' Catching our included flight to Sucre this morning we'll explore the city's historical streets & white stone buildings on a locally guided walking tour. The rest of the time here is yours! Shop, visit museums or opt for outdoor activities. Hotel (B,D)(B)

2 SUCRE 1 POTOSI

PARAGUAY

1 AVAROA

NATIONAL RESERVE ARGENTINA

Mini-coach, van

END

Plane, train, canoe

2

START 8AM LIMA

SANTIAGO DE CHILE

URUGUAY

Â? Contiki Special Stay

chicha de jora & spend the night in one of Peru's oldest towns, Ollantaytambo. Hotel (B)

Jungle Lodge F Kayaking trip on the Tambopata River

&#;Ă&#x152;.+/# Meet your fellow adventurers in Lima, the capital of Peru. Here we'll spend the morning uncovering the city's sights, & then the afternoon is all yours to explore the colonial center, bustling metropolis & 43Â diverse districts. Hotel (D)

&#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 Spend today exploring the beautiful city of Cusco â&#x20AC;&#x201C; wander the main plaza, see the Temple of Wiracocha & explore Incan buildings on a guided tour. Then get into Cusco's amazing nightlife until the sun comes up! Hotel (B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; JUNGLE LODGE Fly over the Andes to Puerto Maldonado in Peru's southern jungle. You could hike through the jungle for a canopy climb, then chill to the sound of the jungle. With another day here keep your eyes peeled for wildlife like the giant otter. (B,L,D) (B,L,D)

&#;Ă&#x152; AGUAS CALIENTES Opt to spend the day in Aguas Calientes, a town dwarfed by nature & ancient ruins at every turn, or take a 1Â day trek along the Inca trail to the Sun Gate & experience the magnificence of Machu Picchu all for yourself - you won't regret it. Hotel (B)

&#;Ă&#x152; SACRED VALLEY Today we'll venture into the Sacred Valley, the heart of the Inca Empire, where we'll take a guided tour of the Pisac ruins, try some local

&#;Ă&#x152; INCA TRAIL TREK Walk in the footsteps of the Incas on the Trail to our highlight Machu Picchu!

&#;Ă&#x152;7;70+ The morning is all yours to uncover the last little secrets of Potosi, then we're off to Uyuni, the gateway to Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flats in the world (& the reason you've been prop planning for weeks!) Hotel (B)

&#;Ă&#x152; COPACABANA Copacabana is calling. With an early start, we'll cross over the Bolivian border where the shores of Lake Titicaca await - the highest navigable body of water in the world, also known for being the birthplace of the sun. Hotel (B)

&#;Ă&#x152; SALAR DE UYUNI Hopping into 4X4s it's the day we've all been waiting for. Mile upon mile of salt flats, blues skies & Instagram opportunities will ensure this day goes down in the history books. Hotel (B,L,D) &#;Ă&#x152;#8#41# NATIONAL RESERVE Today we'll begin the 2-day crossing of the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve. Expect volcanoes, hot springs, geysers, lakes, lagoons & flamingos as we venture towards the Chile & Atacama Desert. Hostel (B,L,D)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;.#2#< Another day, another unique destination, this time La Paz, the highest capital city in the world. Here we'll take in the Bolivian countryside before checking out the colonial sites & unique markets on a locally guided tour. Hotel (B,D)(B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;5#0 PEDRO DE ATACAMA After some serious nature time as we finish up our national reserve adventure, ultimate relaxation is in order, San Pedro style. Lay by the pool, go mountain biking or even sand boarding, but don't use up all your energy as come afternoon, we'll be visiting Valle de la Luna to watch the sunset among the colorful textured landscape. Hotel (B,D)(B) F Sandboarding &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; SANTIAGO DE CHILE This morning we leave the desert behind & jump on flight to Santiago de Chile. Upon arrival we'll get acquainted with this bustling place on a city tour. The evening is yours to explore. With another free day choose to visit the colorful, hillside city of Valparaiso or spend a day exploring Chile's wineries. Hotel (B)(B,D) &#;Ă&#x152; SANTIAGO DE CHILE After 22Â days of deserts, jungles, cities & mighty Machu Picchu, it's time to go our separate ways. Or you could just join the Argentina & Brazil Highlightsâ&#x20AC;Ś (B) END 11AM SANTIAGO DE CHILE

NOT READY TO GO HOME? Keep adventuring in Argentina & Brazil p.32, or Patagonia p.62.

HOW MUCH & WHEN

End Dec 22 Jan 19

Start 2020 Jan 26

End Feb 16

A= TRIP ONLY B= TRIP PLUS INCA TRAIL

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End Mar 21 Apr 11 May9 May30

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End Jun 27 Jul 18 Aug 15

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2021

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2020

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2019

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Start 2021 Jan 9 Feb 6

End  Q

Start Feb 27

End Mar 20

Jan 30 Feb 27

75Ă&#x152;#

75Ă&#x152;#

75Ă&#x152;#

75Ă&#x152;#

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75Ă&#x152;#

75Ă&#x152;#

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US$5269 B

US$5269 B

US$5269 B

US$5415 B

US$5415 B

US$5415 B

US$5415 B

US$5415 B

US$5415 B

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/andean-crossing. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$799. Start Lima 8:00am & end Santiago 11:00am. O Trip spends Xmas in Cusco and NYE in Sucre. Q Inca Trail Trek is not available on these departure dates. V Trip spends NYE in the Amazon. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: Included flight times are subject to alteration. Note: The National Reserve is remote & accommodation is limited. The 1Â night spent on the reserve is multishare, hostel style accommodation, with shared bathrooms. Singles upgrades are not available.

#ANDEANCROSSING

1

Take a train to KM 104 & trek among the cloud forest to the Sun Gate & Guardian House before returning to Aguas Calientes. Hotel (B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Train ride to KM 104  â&#x20AC;˘ Tour Machu Picchu with our Local Guide See p.22-23 for more info. Code: LISAT Hotel

SMALL GROUP TRIP

ECUADOR


LATIN AMERICA 2019-21

CONTIKI.COM/SOUTHAM-EXPLORER

THE NUMBERS THE DETAILS

18

NEW & IMPROVED

FROM

3

DAYS

Unique Special Stay: 1 night Jungle Lodge & 16 nights in twin-share hotels

26 INCLUDED MEALS 17 breakfasts (B) 4 lunches (L) 5 dinners (D)

*

PER DAY

COUNTRIES

17 NIGHTS

FROM

US$3999 US$223 *

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & Englishspeaking Local Guides, 1 international & 4 internal flights & transfers

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES • Walking tour of Cusco & entry to the Temple of Koricancha • Tango show & lesson in Buenos Aires • Interactive food experience

4.7 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Polo match experience in Buenos Aires F Speedboat adventure at Iguassu Falls

#THEEXPLORER

SMALL GROUP TRIP

DISCOVERER

THE EXPLORER

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL

IGUASSU FALSS, BRAZIL @ramrez.94

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL @rozboz182

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA @burnsie_15

SACRED VALLEY, PERU @contiki


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EXPLORE MORE?

START 8AM CUSCO

&#;Ă&#x152; INCA TRAIL TREK Walk in the footsteps of the Incas on the Trail to our highlight Machu Picchu! Take a train to KM 104Â & trek among the cloud forest to the Sun Gate & Guardian House where your hard work is rewarded with incredible views of this magnificent ancient site before returning to Aguas Calientes. Hotel (B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Train ride to KM 104 â&#x20AC;˘ Tour Machu Picchu with our Local Guide â&#x20AC;˘ Return train ride from Machu Picchu See p.22-23 for more info. Code: CURJT Hotel

&#;Ă&#x152; AGUAS CALIENTES Hopping on a train to Aguas Calientes, we'll rest up before the main event - Machu Picchu. Here at one of the Seven Wonders of the World, we'll explore the Temple of the Three Windows on a guided tour. Hotel (B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;/#%*7 2+%%*761%75%1 Back in Cusco you'll have time to relax, taking a stroll around the town & likely stocking up on alpaca sweaters & Peruvian treats before we jump on a flight to the jungle paradise of Puerto Maldonado. Hotel (B)(B) &#;Ă&#x152; JUNGLE LODGE Tonight you'll feel like jungle royalty as you'll be sleeping in our Special Stay rainforest eco lodge. You'll be spoilt for choice of activities with the lake

PERU

Ă&#x152;

AGUAS CALIENTES AMAZON (Machu Picchu) LODGE

(.+)*65 INCLUDED

1

Places visited BRAZIL

1

Nightstops

1

Special Stay

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RIO DE JANEIRO 3

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CHILE

2 IGUASSU

FALLS

ARGENTINA

The tour was worth every penny & the additionals were well priced & such great value for money

&#;Ă&#x152;27'461 MALDONADO Back in Puerto Maldonado, we'll set up camp tonight. With so many exciting times ahead, a good night's sleep & some group bonding activities are high on the agenda for our last day in Peru. Hotel (B,L,D) &#;Ă&#x152;.+/# You're free as a bird to explore Lima your way this evening, & with the trendy district of Miraflores on your doorstep we doubt you'll be short of options. An early night is advised as a new country awaits us in the morning. Hotel (B) &#;Ă&#x152; BUENOS AIRES This morning we'll leave the land of the Inca & jump on an included flight to one of the most cosmopolitan cities in South America. Hola Buenos Aires! We'll get straight into the local culture with an authentic dinner (washed down with a glass of malbec, of course) & a tantalizing tango show. The perfect way to get our Argentina adventure started. Hotel (B,D) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; BUENOS AIRES You'll take Buenos Aires by storm over the next few days, uncovering the city in-depth with your

URUGUAY San Antonio de Areco

4

BUENOS AIRES

Bryan Grobler

teeming with life & a hike up to the Canopy Tower both on the agenda. (B,L,D) Â? Contiki Special Stay Jungle Lodge

very own Local Guide, immersing yourself in a fully interactive food tour, & having the option to join in a traditional game of Polo. With heaps of free time for a feast of Buenos Aires activities, we'll also get out of the city for the day & explore the picturesque Gaucho town of San Antonio de Areco, the perfect place for a leisurely stroll & lunch at a local restaurant. Hotel (B,L)(B,L)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Argentine Food Experience F Lunch in Gaucho country &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; IGUASSU FALLS Stepping onto Brazilian soil for the first time, a trip to Iguassu Falls will have us astounded by the beauty of this UNESCO World Heritage Listed national park. Those feeling brave can opt for a helicopter ride for the ultimate bird's eye view of this magnificent force of nature. Hotel (B)(B) F Helicopter ďŹ&#x201A;ight over the falls &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;4+1 We'll throw ourselves into the festivities with caipirinhas in hand on an included Rio boat trip, experiencing the city's culinary side & heading to the beach for some iconic Copacabana action. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) F Hang gliding &#;Ă&#x152;4+1 This adventure of epic proportions has come to an end, but we'll be leaving with nothing but the very best of memories. (B) END 11AM RIO

HOW MUCH & WHEN

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X

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21 28 11 18

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2021

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2020

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2020

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2019

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US$4279 B

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US$4239 B

US$4239 B

US$4239 B

US$4239 B

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/southam-explorer. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If you're traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$789. Start Cusco 8:00am & end Rio 11:00am. O Trip spends Xmas in the Amazon & NYE in Iguassu Falls. Q Trip spends NYE in Cusco. V Inca Trail Trek is not available on these departure dates. X These trips are in Rio during Carnival & will have a slightly modified itinerary. 3 nights in Buenos Aires, 4 nights in Rio & add a single room supplement of US$1279. Visit contiki.com/southam-explorer for full details. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: Included flight times are subject to alteration. Note: The Inca Trail is closed for maintenance in February. Note: This trip is part of a bigger picture â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Adventurer our 24 day trip. When you jump aboard this trip, you'll be joining a group of other travelers who have been traveling on this trip. Wait until you see the warm welcome you'll receive as a new addition to the group.

#THEEXPLORER

&#;Ă&#x152; SACRED VALLEY Our private coach will whisk you away to the Sacred Valley, an iconic symbol of Peru that no doubt gives you the tingles just thinking about it. We'll

stop off at a llama farm (major highlight) & learn the secrets of ancient Incan weaving before learning the rules of the traditional Peruvian game of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Sapo'. Hotel (B)

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&#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 Welcome to Cusco! Today, you're in control. Shop for artisan jewelry & woodworks or roam the cobblestone streets. Today, you'll lift the lid on Cusco with a walking tour & a browse at San Pedro Market. Hotel (D)

Have a few more days? Check out The Adventurer p.40 & start the trip in Lima & end in Rio.

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INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & Englishspeaking Local Guides, 1 international & 5 internal flights & transfers

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES • Entry to the Temple of Wiracocha • Walking tour of Cusco & the Temple of Koricancha • Tango show & lesson in Buenos Aires

3.8 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Rafting adventure F Cable car ride up Sugarloaf Mountain F Polo experience

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THE ADVENTURER

MACHU PICCHU, PERU @zoebrannelly

LAKE TITICACA, PERU @karenthepiglet

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL @contiki

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA @contiki

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA @contiki


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START 8AM LIMA

&#;Ă&#x152;#4'37+2# Nicknamed the 'White City', you'll get an equal dose of beautiful culture & impressive aesthetics here in Arequipa. Mostly though, today is a day of eating: crayfish & stuffed hot peppers are a few of the fixtures on the menu tonight. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;˘ City walking tour â&#x20AC;˘ Visit the Plaza de Armas

&#;Ă&#x152; SACRED VALLEY Our private coach will whisk you away to the Sacred Valley, an iconic symbol of Peru that no doubt gives you the tingles just thinking about it. We'll stop off at a llama farm (major highlight) & learn the secrets of ancient Incan weaving before learning the rules of the traditional Peruvian game of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Sapo'. Hotel (B)

&#;Ă&#x152; COLCA CANYON After one of the most scenic journeys you'll likely ever take, we'll arrive at the world's deepest canyon, which is also the highest point of our trip. Coca tea in hand, we'll take in the majestic view & attempt to spot the Andean Condor who call this region home. Hotel (B,L,D) â&#x20AC;˘ See wild vicuĂąa â&#x20AC;˘ See the Salinas & Aguada Blanca National Reserve â&#x20AC;˘ See El Misti, Chachani & Pichu Pichu volcanoes

&#;Ă&#x152; #)7#5%#.+'06'5 Hopping on a train to Aguas Calientes, we'll rest up before the main event - Machu Picchu. Here at one of the Seven Wonders of the World, we'll explore the Temple of the Three Windows on a guided tour. Hotel (B) &#;Ă&#x152; INCA TRAIL TREK Walk in the footsteps of the Incas on the Trail to our highlight Machu Picchu! Take a train to KM 104Â & trek among the cloud forest to the Sun Gate & Guardian House where your hard work is rewarded with incredible

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;2701 Condor spotting will be our morning activity before pulling up to the shores of Lake Titicaca in Puno, which sits at an altitude of 3657Â metres. Here you'll get

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&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;%75%1 Back in Cusco you'll have time to relax, taking a stroll around the town & likely stocking up on alpaca sweaters & Peruvian treats before we jump on a flight to the jungle paradise of Puerto Maldonado. Hotel (B)(B)

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&#;Ă&#x152; ,70).'.1&)' Tonight you'll feel like jungle royalty as you'll be sleeping in our Special Stay lodge in the jungle. You'll be spoilt for choice of activities with the lake teeming with life & a hike up to the Canopy Tower both on the agenda. (B,L,D) Â? Contiki Special Stay Jungle Lodge

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night is advised as a new country awaits us in the morning. Hotel (B) &#;Ă&#x152; $7'015#+4'5 This morning we'll leave the land of the Inca & fly to one of the most cosmopolitan cities in South America. Hola Buenos Aires! We'll get straight into the local culture with an authentic dinner (washed down with a glass of malbec, of course) & a tantalizing tango show. The perfect way to get our Argentina adventure started. Hotel (B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Tango show & dinner

&#;Ă&#x152;27'461 MALDONADO Back in Puerto Maldonado, we'll set up camp tonight. With so many exciting times ahead, a good night's sleep & some group bonding activities are high on the agenda for our last day in Peru. Hotel (B,L,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Locally guided jungle catamaran boat trip &#;Ă&#x152;.+/# You're free as a bird to explore Lima your way this afternoon, & with the trendy district of Miraflores on your doorstep we doubt you'll be short of options. An early

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&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; $7'015#+4'5 You'll take Buenos Aires by storm over the next few days, uncovering the city in-depth

with your very own Local Guide, immersing yourself in a fully interactive food tour, & having the option to join in a traditional game of Polo. With heaps of free time for a feast of Buenos Aires activities, we'll also get out of the city for the day & explore the picturesque Gaucho town of San Antonio de Areco, the perfect place for a leisurely stroll & lunch at a local restaurant. Hotel (B,L)(B,L)(B) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; +)7#557(#..5 Stepping onto Brazilian soil for the first time, a trip to Iguassu Falls will have us astounded by the beauty of this UNESCO World Heritage listed national park. Those feeling brave can opt for a helicopter ride for the

ultimate bird's eye view of this magnificent force of nature. Hotel (B)(B,D) F Helicopter ďŹ&#x201A;ight over the falls &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;4+1 We'll throw ourselves into the festivities with caipirinhas in hand on an included Rio boat trip, experiencing the city's culinary side & heading to the beach for some iconic Copacabana action. Hotel (B)(B)(B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit Christ the Redeemer â&#x20AC;˘ Hang gliding &#;Ă&#x152;4+1 This adventure of epic proportions has come to an end, but we'll be leaving with nothing but the very best of memories. (B) END 11AM RIO

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The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/southam-adventurer. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices shown are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can share you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$1019. Start Lima 8:00am & end Rio 11:00am. O Trip spends Xmas in the Amazon & NYE in Iguassu Falls. Q Inca Trail Trek is not available on these departure dates. V This trip spends Xmas in Puno & NYE in Cusco. X This trip spends NYE in Colca Canyon. 4 These trips are in Rio during Carnival & will have a slightly modified itinerary. 3 nights in Buenos Aires, 4 nights in Rio & add a single room supplement of US$1535. Visit contiki.com/southam-adventurer for full details. This trip spends NYE in Puno. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: Included flight times are subject to alteration. Note: The Inca Trail is closed for maintenance in February. Travelers will join you for sections of this trip, wait till you meet all the fun people ready for adventure!

#THEADVENTURER

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;%75%1 We'll make our way to Cusco via Raqchi, where we'll explore ancient Incan ruins before arriving in Cusco for some after dark antics. The next day you'll lift the lid on Cusco with a walking tour & a browse at San Pedro Market. Hotel (B)(B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit Pukara, La Raya & Sicuani

views of this magnificent ancient site before returning to Aguas Calientes. Hotel (B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Train ride to KM 104Â â&#x20AC;˘ Tour Machu Picchu with our Local Guide START â&#x20AC;˘ Return train ride from Machu Picchu LIMA 1 See p.22-23 for more info. Code: LIRJT Hotel

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a taste of ancient Peruvian life, visit a fish farm & take a relaxing boat ride. Hotel (B)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit Maca Pueblo â&#x20AC;˘ Visit Uros Islands

&#;Ă&#x152;.+/# Welcome to Lima! Steeped in Spanish colonialism but paired with modern retro vibes, our city tour will have us covering the basics including decadent churches, catacombs & fresh ceviche the Peruvian specialty food. Why not stroll over the Bridge of Sighs & catch the sunset, pisco sour in hand. Hotel (D) â&#x20AC;˘ See the Historic Center, Barranco & Mira Flores

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THE NUMBERS THE DETAILS

36

NEW & IMPROVED

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Unique Special Stay: 1 night Jungle Lodge & 34 nights in twin-share hotels

52 INCLUDED MEALS 35 breakfasts (B) 5 lunches (L) 12 dinners (D)

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US$8665 US$241 *

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INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & Englishspeaking Local Guides, 2 international & 7 internal flights & transfers

• Go local at a salsa lesson • Tango show, lesson & dinner • Argentine Food Experience

4.2 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Tigre Delta Experience F Jetboat to the Falls F Hang gliding over Rio

#LATINQUEST

SMALL GROUP TRIP

DISCOVERER

THE LATIN QUEST

SACRED VALLEY, PERU @meggie.macd

SACRED VALLEY, PERU @kelliepaxian

PUERTO VILLAMIL, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS @tpersaud91

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&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;$#b15 In BaĂąos, you'll get back in touch with nature with the option to zip line through the trees or keep it close to the ground on horseback, passing waterfalls & volcanoes. Hotel (B)(B,D) F Adventure Zipline/Climb F Canyoneering F Horseback riding &#;Ă&#x152;)7#;#37+. This is Ecuador's largest city, but we won't be stopping for long before we jet off, bound for the glorious Galapagos islands. Hotel (B) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; +5#$'.#+5.#0& We make a stop on Santa Cruz Island, where giant tortoises roam free. After visiting the famous lava tunnels, we'll move on & take a boat ride out to Isabela Island for the next 2Â nights. Hotel (B,D)(B) &#;Ă&#x152;5#06# %47<+5.#0& We'll journey back to Santa Cruz Island for a day of beach side fun at Tortuga Bay, where iguanas & blue

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;5#0 %4+561$#.+5.#0& Sea lions & volcanoes, boat cruises & a bird spotting experience will open our eyes to the island's wildlife before we indulge in a traditional Galapagos meal. The pretty town of El Progreso will add a splash of color to our trip. Hotel (B)(B,L,D) F Island biking adventure &#;Ă&#x152;.+/#8+# )7#;#37+. We'll say our goodbyes to paradise before our flight lands us in the seaside Peruvian capital. We'll arrive late, with time to relax & get excited for what tomorrow will bring. Hotel (B) &#;Ă&#x152;.+/# Steeped in Spanish colonialism but paired with modern retro vibes, our city tour will have us covering decadent churches, catacombs & fresh ceviche the Peruvian specialty food. Hotel (B,D) &#;Ă&#x152;#4'37+2# Nicknamed the 'White City', you'll get a dose of beautiful culture but mostly, today is a day of eating: crayfish & stuffed hot peppers are a few of the fixtures on the menu. Hotel (B) &#;Ă&#x152; %1.%#%#0;10 After one of the most scenic journeys you'll ever take, we'll arrive at the world's deepest canyon. Coca tea in hand, take in the majestic view. Hotel (B,L,D) â&#x20AC;˘ See the Salinas & Aguada Blanca National Reserve â&#x20AC;˘ See El Misti, Chachani & Pichu Pichu volcanoes

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;2701 Condor spotting will be our morning fun before pulling up to the shores of Lake Titicaca in Puno. Here you'll get a taste of ancient Peruvian life, visit a fish farm & take a relaxing boat ride. Hotel (B)(B) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;%75%1 We'll make our way to Cusco via Raqchi, where we'll explore ancient Incan ruins. The next day you'll lift the lid on Cusco with a walking tour & a browse at San Pedro Market. Hotel (B)(B,D) &#;Ă&#x152; 5#%4'&8#..'; Our private coach will whisk you away to the Sacred Valley. We'll stop off at a llama farm & learn the secrets of ancient Incan weaving before learning the rules of the traditional Peruvian game of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Sapo'. Hotel (B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;%75%1 Back in Cusco you'll have time to relax, taking a stroll around the town before we jump on a flight to Puerto Maldonado. Hotel (B)(B) &#;Ă&#x152;,70).' .1&)' Tonight you'll feel like jungle royalty as you'll be sleeping in our Special Stay rainforest eco lodge. (B)(L)(D) Â? Contiki Special Stay Jungle Lodge &#;Ă&#x152;27'461 /#.&10#&1 A good night's sleep & some group bonding activities are high on the agenda for our last day in Peru. Hotel (B,L,D) &#;Ă&#x152;.+/# You're free to explore Lima this afternoon, & with the trendy district of Miraflores on your doorstep we doubt you'll be short of options. Hotel (B)

&#;Ă&#x152; $7'015#+4'5 One speedy flight later: Hola Buenos Aires! We'll get straight into the local culture with an authentic dinner & a tantalizing tango show. The perfect way to get our Argentina adventure started. Hotel (B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Dinner & Tango Show &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; $7'015#+4'5 Over the next few days we'll uncover Buenos Aires with our very own Local Guide and immerse ourselves in an interactive food tour. We'll also get out of the city for a day & explore the picturesque San Antonio de Areco, the perfect place for a leisurely stroll & lunch at a local restaurant. Hotel (B,L)(B)(B) F Polo Day F Argentine Experience Interactive food tour

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; +)7#557(#..5 OlĂĄ Brazil! A trip to Iguassu Falls will have us astounded by its beauty. Those feeling brave can opt for a helicopter ride. Hotel (B)(B) F Helicopter ďŹ&#x201A;ight over the falls F Jetboat to the Falls &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;4+1 We'll throw ourselves into the festivities with caipirinhas in hand, heading to the beach for some iconic Copacabana action. Hotel (B)(B)(B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Brazilian BBQ Dinner â&#x20AC;˘ Visit Christ the Redeemer F Hang gliding &#;Ă&#x152;4+1 This adventure of epic proportions has come to an end, but we'll be leaving with nothing but the very best of memories. (B) '0&#/4+1

START &#;Ă&#x152; QUITO #)7#5%#.+'06'5 PUERTO 1 Hopping on a train to Aguas 2 TENA PUERTO AYORA ECUADOR Calientes, we'll rest up before VILLAMIL 1 2 BAĂ&#x2018;OS Machu Picchu. Here at one 2 2 1 GUAYAQUIL of the Seven Wonders of PUERTO the World, we'll explore BAQUERIZO MORENO the Temple of the Three AGUAS Windows on a guided tour. BRAZIL CALIENTES (Machu Picchu) AMAZON Hotel (B) LODGE PERU 1 LIMA 1 2 INCA TRAIL 1 PUERTO Ollantaytambo &#;Ă&#x152; 1 1 MALDONADO

+0%#64#+.64'Walk in the footsteps of the Incas on the Trail to our highlight Machu Picchu! Take a train to KM 104 & trek among the cloud forest to the Sun Gate & Guardian House before returning to Aguas Calientes. Hotel (B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Train ride to KM 104  â&#x20AC;˘ Tour Machu Picchu with our local guide See p.22-23 for more info. Code: QURJT Hotel

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Mini-coach, van Plane, train, canoe or boat

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HOW MUCH & WHEN

San Antonio de Areco

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&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;6'0# Tena is yours to roam. A meeting with a shaman & a local soccer match will have you delving deep into the community before winding down with some sugarcane & cinnamon drinks. Hotel (B)(B,D) F Community visit F Rafting experience

footed boobies will be your companions. Hotel (B)

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&#;Ă&#x152;37+61 You're in Quito! A locally guided tour will get you clued up with the city, including a visit to a handicraft market & skipping between two hemispheres at the Equatorial line. Hotel (D)

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The one that does it big & bold, crossing 4 countries over 36 epic days

Start Dec 22 X  2021 Jan 19 V

End Jan 26 Feb 23

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The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/latin-quest. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$1709. Start Quito 7:00am & end Rio 11:00am. O Trip spends Xmas in the Amazon & NYE in Iguassu Falls. Q Trip spends Xmas in Santa Cruz & NYE in Colca Canyon. X Trip spends Xmas in Banos, NYE in San Cristobal. V Inca Trail Trek is not available on these departure dates. Note: Included flight times are subject to alteration. Note: Inca Trail is closed for maintenance in February. Important Note: Prices do not include a Reciprocity Fees that must be paid prior to arrival The Galapagos Islands have a compulsory US$100 entrance fee to the Galapagos National Park, a US$20 INGALA fee & a US$10 Isabela Island tax that are only payable in cash on arrival (subject to increase). Please ensure you have this money ready to ensure entry to these locations. Travelers will join you for sections of this trip, wait till you meet all the fun people ready for adventure!


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THE NUMBERS THE DETAILS

19

NEW & IMPROVED

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US$4595 US$242

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager plus Local Guides in some destinations, 2 internal flights & transfers

• Tour the pyramids of Teotihuacan • Visit the ancient ruins of Chichen Itza • Visit the Mayan ruins of Tikal

5.0 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Mayan culture adventure complete with ziplining, rappelling, canoeing & lunch F Kayak the crystalline Caribbean F Hike a volcano (availability subject to lava flow)

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CHICHEN ITZA, MEXICO @jaydencubit

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CAYE CAULKER, MEXICO @contiki

GUADALAJARA, MEXICO @tahliaaaarose

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â&#x20AC;¢ Guided tour of Guadalajara â&#x20AC;¢ Visit a Tequila distillery &#;Ã&#x152; GUANAJUATO Spend this afternoon exploring the winding streets & subterranean passageways of this UNESCO World Heritage city. Later, see the cast iron & glass Hidalgo Market where you'll have a chance to shop for local sweet treats. Hotel (B,D)

&#;Ã&#x152; GUADALAJARA Exciting times lie ahead in Guadalajara, where the architecture is perfectly complemented by the cheery sounds of the city's Mariachi bands. Stroll through the charming streets of the historic center, where you'll visit the four main squares & the magnificent cathedral. Hotel (B)

&#;Ã&#x152;/'4+&# Slowing it down after the thrill of Mexico City, you'll have a walking tour of Merida's sights, fueled by the delicacies of the local Yucatan cuisine. A meander through the markets will give you an opportunity to stock up on souvenirs. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;¢ Walking tour of Merida's sights

&#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152; MEXICO CITY The next few days will see you marvel at floating gardens & kick back on a Trajinera boat, with a visit to 'The City of Palaces' also added into the mix. Want to do something seriously special? Our early morning hot air ballooning Add-On over Teotihuacan is one

&#;5Ã&#x152; CANCUN Feeling refreshed from a dip in the cenotes, you'll arrive in Cancun. Partying, snorkeling & beach fun are all on the cards during your time in this thrill seekers paradise. A day

trip to see Mayan ruins & island hopping will take you further afield. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;¢ Guided tour of Chichen Itza F Snorkeling & zipline adventure &#;Ã&#x152; PLAYA DEL CARMEN You'll fall head over heels for this sun-kissed seashore town. For the food addicts among you, a plethora of seaside bars & restaurants are here to blow your mind with their delicious cocktails & local recipes. Hotel (B) F Day trip to Cozumel &#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152; CAYE CAULKER Welcome to the palmfringed paradise where life moves at a slower pace. With fresh seafood, sparkling waters & a unique Creole atmosphere, Caye

Caulker's soft sands & soft reggae sounds can only be topped by its outstanding World Heritage Barrier Reef & Mangrove kayaking opportunities. In the evening we'll take a romantic venture towards the horizon with a spot of dreamy sunset sailing. This is the life. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;¢ Sunset sailing

Mayan ruins Templo IV. Hotel (B,D) â&#x20AC;¢ Stay in Tikal National Park &#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152; ANTIGUA Known for its Spanish colonial architecture, Antigua is a pastel colored diamond in the rough living in the shadows of three sizeable volcanoes. We'll get our first taste of the city on a guided tour then it's over to you with a free day to hike a volcano, ride mountain bikes or shop for local textiles. Hotel (B)(B,D)

&#;Ã&#x152;6+-#. NATIONAL PARK Say hello to the Guatemalan jungle! We could just spend our time here enjoying the sights & sounds of the lush tropics, but we won't. Why? 'Cuz we've got a whole load of adventures to get through, of course! You'll feel like Indiana Jones or Lara Croft (without the trail of destruction) with included jungle running, ziplining, ruin exploring & a locally guided tour of the

&#;Ã&#x152;#06+)7# Wrapping up our trip today, we'll be leaving with nothing but happy memories & killer tans. (B) END 11AM ANTIGUA

Chichen Itza START

1 GUANAJUATO

PUERTO VALLARTA

Ã&#x152; FLIGHTS INCLUDED

2

1 GUADALAJARA

3 CANCUN 1 PLAYA DEL

CARMEN

San Miguel de Allende

Tequila

MEXICO CITY 3

Places visited 1

MERIDA 1

Nightstops Mini-coach, van Plane

TIKAL NATIONAL PARK

MEXICO

Absolutely incredible trip, amazing Trip Manager, amazing people who are now amazing friends, & amazing sights.

Belize City

CAYE

3 CAULKER

1 BELIZE Santa Elena

END

ANTIGUA/ GUATEMALA 2 CITY

Mia-Jade Thornton

GUATEMALA

HOW MUCH & WHEN Ã&#x152;| CODE:MXMC | START PUERTO VALLARTA & FINISH ANTIGUA

US$4595

Start Dec 16 Q  2020 Jan 13 Feb 10

US$4595

End Jan 3 Jan 31 Feb 28

Start Mar 9 Apr 13 May4 May18 Jun 1

75

End Mar 27 May1 May22 Jun 5 Jun 19

Start Jun 22 Jul 6 Jul 27 Aug 17 Sep 14

75

End Jul 10 Jul 24 Aug 14 Sep 4 Oct 2

Start Oct 12 Nov 9 Nov 30 Dec 14 O

End Oct 30 Nov 27 Dec 18 Jan 1

2021

End Sep 6 Oct 4 Nov 1 Nov 29 Dec 20

2020

Start Aug 19 Sep 16 Oct 14 Nov 11 Dec 2

2019/20

2019

TRAVELING BETWEEN 19 AUG 2019 & 11 NOV 2019? THE BELOW TRIPS (MXMC 2019) FEATURE A SLIGHTLY MODIFIED ITINERARY. SEE BELOW FOR START & END TIMES & VISIT CONTIKI.COM/LATIN-LEGENDS FOR FULL DETAILS. Start 2021 Jan 11 Feb 8

End Jan 29 Feb 26



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75

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/latin-legends. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can share you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$1545. Start Puerto Vallarta 7:00am & end Antigua approx. 11:00am. O Trip spends Xmas in Playa del Carmen and NYE in Antigua. Q Trip spends Xmas in Cancun & NYE in Tikal. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Important Note: Prices do not include a Reciprocity Fees that must be paid locally prior to arrival/departure: Belize: departure tax US$20. Please note: Prices are subject to increase. Travelers will join you for sections of this trip, wait till you meet all the fun people ready for adventure!

#LATINLEGENDS

&#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152; PUERTO VALLARTA Welcome to Puerto Vallarta. As one of the most popular beach towns in the Mexican Riviera, you'll have the option of chilling poolside as well as getting to know the electric downtown bar scene. Hotel (D)(B) F Extreme Zipline adventure F Pirate of the bay

of those pinch yourself experiences you'll never forget. Hotel (B)(B)(B,D) â&#x20AC;¢ Guided tour of Teotihuacan F Hot air ballooning

SMALL GROUP TRIP

START 7AM PUERTO VALLARTA

DISCOVERER

The one that hits up all the hottest spots in Mexico, Belize & Guatemala


LATIN AMERICA 2019-21

CONTIKI.COM/COAST-CANOPIES

THE NUMBERS THE DETAILS

28

4

DAYS

NEW & IMPROVED

FROM

*

27 nights twin-share hotel accommodation

38 INCLUDED MEALS 27 breakfasts (B) 11 dinners (D)

*

PER DAY

COUNTRIES

27 NIGHTS

FROM

US$6039 US$216

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager plus Local Guides in some destinations, 3 internal flights & transfers

• Visit a Tequila Distillery • Trajinera cruise • Visit the ancient ruins of Chichen Itza • Sunset sailing Caye Caulker

4.0 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Chocolate workshop in Antigua F Kayak the crystalline Caribbean F Selvatura Park Zipline

#COASTCANOPIES

SMALL GROUP TRIP

DISCOVERER

COAST TO CANOPIES

TEQUILA, MEXICO @tessacharters

TEOTIHUACAN, MEXICO @brookosaures

CAYE CAULKER, MEXICO @contiki

ARENAL, COSTA RICA @willwks

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO @contiki


CONTIKI.COM/COAST-CANOPIES

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046 047

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; PUERTO VALLARTA Welcome to Puerto Vallarta. As one of the most popular beach towns in the Mexican Riviera, you'll have the option of chilling poolside as well as getting to know the electric downtown bar scene. Hotel (D)(B) F Extreme Zipline adventure

&#;Ă&#x152; GUANAJUATO Spend this afternoon exploring the winding streets & subterranean passageways of this UNESCO World Heritage city. Later, see the cast iron & glass Hidalgo Market where you'll have a chance to shop for local sweet treats. Hotel (B,D) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; MEXICO CITY See-ya Guanajuato! Time to head to the bustling beauty of Mexico City, but not before stopping in San Miguel Allende, a gorgeous colonial town famed for its baroque Spanish architecture & neo-gothic charm. Once

START

PUERTO 2 VALLARTA

3 CANCUN

1 GUANAJUATO

Tequila

1

MERIDA

1

San Miguel de Allende

GUADALAJARA

Chichen Itza

1 PLAYA DEL

Ă&#x152;

CARMEN

FLIGHTS INCLUDED

3 MEXICO CITY TIKAL NATIONAL PARK

MEXICO

Places visited 1

Belize City

1

CAYE

3 CAULKER

BELIZE

Santa Elena

Nightstops ANTIGUA/ GUATEMALA CITY

Mini-coach, van Plane

GUATEMALA HONDURAS

2 EL SALVADOR

NICARAGUA

&#;Ă&#x152;/'4+&# Slowing it down after the thrill of Mexico City, you'll have a walking tour of Merida's sights, fueled by the delicacies of the local Yucatan cuisine. A meander through the markets will give you an opportunity to stock up on souvenirs. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;˘ Walking tour of Merida's sights &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; CANCUN VIA CHICHEN ITZA Feeling refreshed from a dip in the cenotes, you'll arrive in Cancun. Partying, snorkeling & beach fun are all on the cards during your time in this thrill seekers paradise. A day trip to see Mayan ruins & island hopping will take you further afield. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Swim in a cenote â&#x20AC;˘ Guided tour of Chichen Itza F Snorkeling & zipline adventure &#; Ă&#x152;2.#;#&'.%#4/'0 You'll fall head over heels for this sun-kissed seashore town. For the food addicts among you, a plethora of seaside bars & restaurants are here to blow your mind with their delicious cocktails & local recipes. Hotel (B) F Day trip to Cozumel

ARENAL

Good value for money & saw lots. Brent Sinclair

PLAYA TAMARINDO

2

2

MONTEVERDE

2

COSTA RICA

2

JACO

â&#x20AC;˘ Stay in Tikal National Park â&#x20AC;˘ Ziplining

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; CAYE CAULKER Welcome to the palm-fringed paradise where life moves at a slower pace. With fresh seafood, sparkling waters & a unique Creole atmosphere, Caye Caulker's soft sands & soft reggae sounds can only be topped by its outstanding World Heritage Barrier Reef & Mangrove kayaking opportunities. In the evening we'll take a romantic venture towards the horizon with a spot of dreamy sunset sailing. This is the life. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Sunset sailing

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; ANTIGUA Known for its Spanish colonial architecture, Antigua is a pastel colored diamond in the rough living in the shadows of three sizeable volcanoes. We'll get our first taste of the city on a guided tour then it's over to you with a free day to hike a volcano, ride mountain bikes or shop for local textiles. Hotel (B)(B,D) &#;Ă&#x152;#06+)7# TO SAN JOSĂ&#x2030; Goodbye Guatemala & hello Costa Rica, our next latin conquest. Our included flight will zip us to the land of coffees, sloths & biodiversity. Hotel (B)

&#;Ă&#x152;6+-#. NATIONAL PARK Say hello to the Guatemalan jungle! We could just spend our time here enjoying the sights & sounds of the lush tropics, but we won't. Why? 'Cuz we've got a whole load of adventures to get through, of course! You'll feel like Indiana Jones or Lara Croft (without the trail of destruction) with included jungle running, ruin exploring & a locally guided tour of the Mayan ruins Templo IV. Hotel (B,D)

&#;5Ă&#x152;#4'0#. Whitewater rafting through a rainforest canyon is the perfect way to experience this impressive Costa Rican region. Not your thing? How about taking advantage of the Arenal's geothermal properties with a visit to the

END

1

SAN JOSĂ&#x2030;

Manuel Antonio N.P.

hot springs? This afternoon we'll learn the A-Z of chocolate making, an export Costa Rica is famous for. Hotel (B,D)(B) F Hot springs visit F Rafting

also opt to visit a butterfly sanctuary, walk the hanging bridges of Selvatura Park & maybe even brave the 1km long zipline. Hotel (B)(B,D) F Ziplining F Selvatura Park

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; PLAYA TAMARINDO Leaving Arenal towering behind us we'll move on to sandy pastures, namely Playa Tamarindo, Costa Rica's prime surfing & party hub. With two days here we've got plenty to keep you entertained (like the sound of surfing or a catamaran cruise?), or you could do you own thing in this ocean paradise, well known for it's awesome restaurants & underwater worlds. Hotel (B,D)(B) F SurďŹ ng F Catamaran cruise

&#;5Ă&#x152;,#%1 Beachside Jaco is known for its surfing, nightlife & as a gateway to some aweinspiring national parks. If you're feeling adventurous, try some horseback riding, or hop on an ATV. The next morning a day trip to the beautiful Manuel Antonio National Park will see us enjoy a dizzying mix of ancient rainforest, pristine beaches & dazzling coral reefs, before we arrive back at our hotel for some poolside relaxation. Hotel (B,D)(B) F ATV riding F Horseback riding

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; MONTEVERDE Goodbye beach life & hello misty cloud forest. Monteverde is a wildlife hotspot known for its coffee plantations, countless monkey species & gorgeous vegetation. Here, we'll get schooled in coffee, you can

&#;Ă&#x152;5#0,15a We make our way back to San Jose where our trip will come to a close. What an adventure it's been. One thing's for sure, we'll never forget our encounter with paradise. (B) END 4PM SAN JOSE

HOW MUCH & WHEN Ă&#x152;| CODE:PVSJ | START PUERTO VALLARTA & FINISH SAN JOSE

75

End Oct 13 Nov 10 Dec 29 Jan 12

Start  2020 Jan 13 Feb 10 Mar 9

75

End Feb 9 Mar 8 Apr 5

Start Apr 13 May 4 May 18 Jun 1

75

End May10 May31 Jun 14 Jun 28

Start Jun 22 Jul 6 Jul 27 Aug 17

75

End Jul 19 Aug 2 Aug 23 Sep 13

Start Sep 14 Oct 12 Nov 9 Nov 30 O

75

End Oct 11 Nov 8 Dec 6 Dec 27

2020/21

Start Sep 16 Oct 14 Dec 2 V Dec 16 X

2020

2019

TRAVELING BETWEEN 16 SEP & 14 OCT 2019? THE BELOW TRIPS (PVSJ 2019) FEATURE A SLIGHTLY MODIFIED ITINERARY. SEE BELOW FOR START & END TIMES & VISIT CONTIKI.COM/COAST-CANOPIES FOR FULL DETAILS. Start Dec 14 Q  2021 Jan 11 Feb 8

End Jan 10 Feb 7 Mar 7

75

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/coast-canopies. Included Flights: Prices above include the land trip & internal flights as specified on the map only & do not include international airfares to or from the trip start & end cities. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. * Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a samesex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$1915. Start Puerto Vallarta 7:00am & end San Jose 4:00pm. O Trip spends Xmas in Jaco. Q Trip spends Xmas in Playa del Carmen and NYE in Antigua. V Trip spends Xmas in Monteverde. X Trip spends Xmas in Cancun & NYE Tikal. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Important Note: Prices do not include a Reciprocity Fees that must be paid locally prior to arrival/departure: Belize: departure tax US$20, Please note: Prices are subject to increase.

#COASTCANOPIES

&#;Ă&#x152; GUADALAJARA Saying farewell to Puerto Vallarta, we'll head inland towards the gorgeous Guadalajara, but not before stopping in a little town that goes by the name of Tequila. We're here (you guessed it) for an tour of an authentic Tequila Distillery. Surrounded by fields of Blue Agave, we'll learn all about this invigorating spirit, & why it means so much to the region. Finally, we're on our way to Guadalajara, where even more exciting times await. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;˘ Guided tour of Guadalajara â&#x20AC;˘ Visit a Tequila Distillery

in Mexico City, we'll marvel at floating gardens & kick back on a Trajinera boat, with a visit to the City of Palaces thrown into the mix. Want to do something seriously special? Our early morning hot air ballooning Add-On over Teotihuacan is one of those pinch yourself moments you'll never, ever forget. Hotel (B)(B)(B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Guided tour of Teotihuacan F Hot air ballooning

SMALL GROUP TRIP

START 7AM PUERTO VALLARTA

DISCOVERER

The one that gives you the dream combo of beaches, ancient cities & adventure activities


LATIN AMERICA 2019-21

CONTIKI.COM/PLAYAS-PARADISE

THE NUMBERS THE DETAILS

22

4

DAYS

NEW & IMPROVED

FROM

*

21 nights twin-share hotel accommodation

30 INCLUDED MEALS 21 breakfasts (B) 9 dinners (D)

*

PER DAY

COUNTRIES

21 NIGHTS

FROM

US$4739 US$216 INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager plus Local Guides in some destinations, 3 internal flights & transfers

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES • Visit Teotihuacan • Experience the Belize Barrier Reef • See the incredible Arenal volcano • Costa Rican coffee making tour

4.7 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Day trip to Cozumel F Catamaran trip in Tamarindo F Cayoneering (waterfall rappelling)

#PLAYASPARADISE

SMALL GROUP TRIP

DISCOVERER

PLAYAS OF PARADISE

TEOTIHUACAN, MEXICO @jaydencubit

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO @contiki

TEOTIHUACAN, MEXICO @lil_peaky

PLAYA TAMARINDO, COSTA RICA @callmelexie421

LA FORTUNA WATERFALL, COSTA RICA @contiki


CONTIKI.COM/PLAYAS-PARADISE

LATIN AMERICA 2019-21

048 049

â&#x20AC;˘ Walking tour of Merida's sights

&#;Ă&#x152;/'4+&# Slowing it down after the thrill of Mexico City, you'll have a walking tour of Merida's sights, fueled by the delicacies of the local Yucatan cuisine. A meander through the markets will give you an opportunity to stock up on souvenirs. Hotel (B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;%#0%70 Feeling refreshed from a dip in the cenotes, you'll arrive in Cancun. Partying, snorkeling & beach fun are all on the cards during your time in this thrill seekers paradise. A day trip to see Mayan ruins & island hopping will take you further afield. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Guided tour of Chichen Itza F Snorkeling & zipline adventure

dreamy sunset sailing. This is the life. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Sunset sailing &#;Ă&#x152;6+-#. 0#6+10#.2#4Say hello to the Guatemalan jungle! We could just spend our time here enjoying the sights & sounds of the lush tropics, but we won't. Why? 'Cuz we've got a whole load of adventures to get through, of course! You'll feel like Indiana Jones or Lara Croft (without the trail of destruction) with included jungle running, ruin exploring & a locally guided tour of the Mayan ruins Templo IV. Hotel (B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Stay in Tikal National Park F Ziplining

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; %#;'%#7.-'4 Welcome to the palmfringed paradise where life moves at a slower pace. With fresh seafood, sparkling waters & a unique Creole atmosphere, Caye Caulker's soft sands & soft reggae sounds can only be topped by its outstanding World Heritage Barrier Reef & Mangrove kayaking opportunities. In the evening we'll take a romantic venture towards the horizon with a spot of

&#;Ă&#x152; 2.#;#&'.%#4/'0 You'll fall head over heels for this sun-kissed seashore town. For the food addicts MERIDA

1

START

3 CANCUN 1 PLAYA DEL

Chichen Itza

Ă&#x152;

CARMEN

(.+)*65 +0%.7&'&

MEXICO CITY

1

Places visited

3

TIKAL NATIONAL PARK 1

MEXICO

1

CAYE CAULKER

Nightstops Mini-coach, van

Belize City

Plane

BELIZE Santa Elena

ANTIGUA/ GUATEMALA CITY

GUATEMALA HONDURAS

2

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NICARAGUA

FLIGHT TO SAN JOSĂ&#x2030;

Myrlene Laroche

ARENAL

PLAYA TAMARINDO

2 2

END

2

MONTEVERDE

1 2

JACO

SAN JOSĂ&#x2030;

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HOW MUCH & WHEN

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; #06+)7# Known for its Spanish colonial architecture, Antigua is a pastel colored diamond in the rough living in the shadows of three sizeable volcanoes. We'll get our first taste of the city on a guided tour then it's over to you with a free day to hike a volcano, ride mountain bikes or shop for local textiles. Hotel (B)(B,D) &#;Ă&#x152;#06+)7# 615#0,15a Goodbye Guatemala & hello Costa Rica, our next latin conquest. Our included flight will zip us to the land of coffees, sloths & biodiversity. Hotel (B) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; #4'0#. Whitewater rafting through a rainforest canyon is the perfect way to experience this impressive Costa Rican region. Not your thing? How about taking advantage of the Arenal's geothermal properties with a visit to the hot springs? This afternoon we'll learn the A-Z of chocolate making, an export Costa Rica is famous for. Hotel (B,D)(B) F Hot springs visit F Rafting &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; 2.#;#6#/#4+0&1 Leaving Arenal towering behind us we'll move on to sandy pastures, namely Playa Tamarindo, Costa Rica's prime surfing & party hub. With two days here we've got plenty to keep you entertained (like the sound of surfing or a catamaran cruise?), or you could do you own thing in

this ocean paradise, well known for it's awesome restaurants & underwater worlds. Hotel (B,D)(B) F SurďŹ ng F Catamaran cruise &#;5Ă&#x152; /106'8'4&' Goodbye beach life & hello misty cloud forest. Monteverde is a wildlife hotspot known for its coffee plantations, countless monkey species & gorgeous vegetation. Here, we'll get schooled in coffee, visit a butterfly sanctuary, walk the hanging bridges of Selvatura Park & maybe even brave the 1km long zipline. Hotel (B)(B,D) F Ziplining F Selvatura Park &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;,#%1 Beachside Jaco is known for its surfing, nightlife & as the gateway to some aweinspiring national parks. If you're feeling adventurous, try some horseback riding, or hop on an ATV. The next morning a day trip to the beautiful Manuel Antonio National Park will see us enjoy a dizzying mix of ancient rainforest, pristine beaches & dazzling coral reefs, before we arrive back at our hotel for some poolside relaxation. Hotel (B,D)(B) F ATV riding F Horseback riding &#;Ă&#x152;5#0,15a We make our way back to San Jose where our trip will come to a close. What an adventure it's been. One thing's for sure, we'll never forget our encounter with paradise. (B) '0&2/5#0,15'

Ă&#x152;| CODE:PLAY | START MEXICO CITY & FINISH5#0,15'

75

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75

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75

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75

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Start Sep 20 Oct 18 Nov 15 Dec 6 O

75

End Oct 11 Nov 8 Dec 6 Dec 27

2020/21

Start Sep 22 Oct 20 Dec 8 V Dec 22 X

2020

2019

TRAVELING BETWEEN 22 SEP & 20 OCT 2019? THE BELOW TRIPS (PLAY 2019) FEATURE A SLIGHTLY MODIFIED ITINERARY. SEE BELOW FOR START & END TIMES & VISIT CONTIKI.COM/PLAYAS-PARADISE FOR FULL DETAILS. Start Dec 20 Q  2021 Jan 17 Feb 14

End Jan 10 Feb 7 Mar 7

75

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/playas-paradise. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$1485. Start Mexico City 7:00am & end San JosĂŠ approx. 4:00pm. O Trip spends Xmas in Jaco. Q Trip spends Xmas in Playa del Carmen and NYE in Antigua. V Trip spends Xmas in Monteverde. X Trip spends Xmas in Cancun & NYE in Tikal. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Important Note: Prices do not include a Reciprocity Fees that must be paid locally prior to arrival/departure: Belize: departure tax US$20, Please note: Prices are subject to increase. Travelers will join you for sections of this trip, wait till you meet all the fun people ready for adventure!

#PLAYASPARADISE

&#;Ă&#x152;/':+%1%+6; Welcome to Mexico City! Aztec temples, the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, tacos, & a Local Guide awaits. Later, it's back to Mexico City for some down time before heading out for a night on the town. Hotel (D) â&#x20AC;˘ Guided tour of Teotihuacan

among you, a plethora of seaside bars & restaurants are here to blow your mind with their delicious cocktails & local recipes. Hotel (B) F Day trip to Cozumel

5/#..)417264+2

START 7AM MEXICO CITY

DISCOVERER

The one that gives you the best of Central America over 22 adventure-filled days


LATIN AMERICA 2019-21

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THE NUMBERS THE DETAILS

19

NEW & IMPROVED

FROM

4

DAYS

*

18 nights twin-share hotel accommodation

26 INCLUDED MEALS 18 breakfasts (B) 8 dinners (D)

*

PER DAY

COUNTRIES

18 NIGHTS

FROM

US$3559 US$188 INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager plus Local Guides in some destinations, 2 internal flights & transfers

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES • Locally guided tour of a cacao plantation • Visit Tikal National Park • Coffee estate tour

4.0 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Kayak the crystalline Caribbean F Hot springs dip F Selvatura Park ziplining

#TROPICALTRAILS

SMALL GROUP TRIP

DISCOVERER

TROPICAL TRAILS

CAYE CAULKER , BELIZE

PLAYA DEL CARMEN, MEXICO @contiki

PLAYA TAMARINDO, COSTA RICA @nextavailabletom

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050 051

&#;Ă&#x152;2.#;# &'.%#4/'0 You'll fall head over heels for this sun-kissed seashore town. For the food addicts among you, a plethora of seaside bars & restaurants are here to blow your mind with their delicious cocktails & local recipes. Hotel (B) F Day trip to Cozumel &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; %#;'%#7.-'4 Welcome to the palm-fringed paradise where life moves at a slower pace. With fresh seafood, sparkling waters & a unique Creole atmosphere, Caye Caulker's soft sands & soft reggae sounds can only be topped by its outstanding World Heritage Barrier Reef & Mangrove kayaking opportunities. In the evening we'll take a romantic venture towards the horizon with a spot of dreamy sunset sailing. This is the life. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Sunset sailing &#;Ă&#x152;6+-#. 0#6+10#.2#4Say hello to the Guatemalan jungle! We could just spend our time here enjoying the

sights & sounds of the lush tropics, but we won't. Why? 'Cuz we've got a whole load of adventures to get through, of course! You'll feel like Indiana Jones or Lara Croft (without the trail of destruction) with included jungle running, ruin exploring & a locally guided tour of the Mayan ruins Templo IV. Hotel (B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Stay in Tikal National Park F Zipline &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;#06+)7# Known for its Spanish colonial architecture, Antigua is a pastel colored diamond in the rough living in the shadows of three sizeable volcanoes. We'll get our first taste of the city on a guided tour then it's over to you with a free day to hike a volcano, ride mountain bikes or shop for local textiles. Hotel (B)(B,D) &#;Ă&#x152;#06+)7# TO SAN JOSĂ&#x2030; Goodbye Guatemala & hello Costa Rica, our next Latin conquest. Our included flight will zip us to the land of coffees, sloths & biodiversity, & we'll jump straight into the swing of Costa Rican life with a visit to San Jose's Mercado Central. Hotel (B) &#;Ă&#x152;#4'0#. Whitewater rafting through a rainforest canyon is the perfect way to experience this impressive Costa Rican region. Not your thing? How about taking advantage of the regions geothermal properties with a visit to the hot springs? This afternoon

we'll learn the A-Z of chocolate making, an export Costa Rica is famous for. Hotel (B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Dinner with local family F Canyoneering (waterfall rappelling) F Hot springs visit &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; 2.#;#6#/#4+0&1 Today we head to the Pacific coast to spend a couple of days in Playa Tamarindo, known for its great surfing beaches & party feel. Hotel (B,D)(B)(B) F SurďŹ ng F Catamaran trip

reefs, before we arrive back at our hotel for some poolside relaxation. Hotel (B,D)(B) F ATV riding F Horse riding

In short, the destinations visited on this trip were cultural, exciting & had lots of ablmhkr'<hgmbdb]b]Z`k^Zmch[Ă&#x203A;mmbg`bgZ lot of destinations within each country & offering activities to get involved in. My Contiki itinerary was fantastic given the destinations visited, length of time spent at each location & available activities.

&#;Ă&#x152;5#0,15a Today we'll make our way back to San Jose where our trip will come to a close. What an adventure it's been. One thing's for sure, we'll never forget our encounter with paradise. (B)

Wesley

'0&2/5#0,15' START

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&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; MONTEVERDE Goodbye beach life & hello misty cloud forest. Monteverde is a wildlife hotspot known for its coffee plantations, countless monkey species & gorgeous vegetation. Here, we'll get schooled in coffee, opt to visit a butterfly sanctuary, walk the hanging bridges of Selvatura Park & maybe even brave the 1km long zipline. Hotel (B)(B,D) F Ziplining F Selvatura Park &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;,#%1 Beachside Jaco is known for its surfing, nightlife & as the gateway to some aweinspiring national parks. If you're feeling adventurous, try some horseback riding, or hop on an ATV. The next morning a day trip to the beautiful Manuel Antonio National Park will see us enjoy a dizzying mix of ancient rainforest, pristine beaches & dazzling coral

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The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/tropical-trails. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$1089. Start Cancun 8:00am & end San Jose 4:00pm. O Trip spends Xmas in Jaco. Q Trip spends Xmas in Playa del Carmen and NYE in Antigua. V Trip spends Xmas in Monteverde. X Trip spends Xmas in Cancun & NYE in Tikal. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Important Note: Prices do not include a Reciprocity Fees that must be paid locally prior to arrival/departure: Belize: departure tax US$20. Please note: Prices are subject to increase. Note: This trip is part of a bigger picture - our 28Â days Coast to Canopies trip. When you jump aboard this trip, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be joining a group of other travelers who have been traveling on this trip. Wait until you see the warm welcome youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive as a new addition to the group.

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&#;Ã&#x152;/':+%1%+6; Welcome to Mexico City! Aztec temples, the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, tacos, & a Local Guide await. Later, it's back to Mexico City for some down time before heading out for a night on the town. Hotel (D) &#;Ã&#x152;/'4+&# Slowing it down after the thrill of Mexico City, you'll have a walking tour of Merida's sights, fueled by the delicacies of the local Yucatan cuisine. A meander through the markets will

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&#;Ã&#x152;2.#;# &'.%#4/'0 You'll fall head over heels for this sun-kissed seashore town. For the food addicts among you, a plethora of seaside bars & restaurants are here to blow your mind with their delicious cocktails & local recipes. Hotel (B) F Day trip to Cozumel F Snorkeling

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End Jan 29 Feb 26

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The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/sol-seeker. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$1085. Start Mexico City 7:00am & end Antigua 11:00am. O Trip spends Xmas in Playa del Carmen & NYE in Antigua. Q Trip spends Xmas in Cancun & NYE in Tikal. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Important Note: Prices do not include a Reciprocity Fees that must be paid locally prior to arrival/departure: Belize: departure tax US$20, Please note: Prices are subject to increase. Note: This trip is part of a bigger picture - our 19Â day Latin Legends trip. When you jump aboard this trip, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be joining a group of other travelers who have been traveling on this trip. Wait until you see the warm welcome youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive as a new addition to the group.


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&#;Ã&#x152;6+-#. 0#6+10#.2#4- Say hello to the Guatemalan jungle! We could just spend our time here enjoying the sights & sounds of the lush tropics, but we wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t. Why? â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Cuz weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got a whole load of adventures to get through, of course! Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll feel like Indiana Jones or Lara Croft (without the trail of destruction) with included jungle running, ruin exploring & a locally guided tour of the Mayan ruins Templo IV. Hotel (B,D) &#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152;#06+)7# Known for its Spanish colonial architecture, Antigua is a pastel colored diamond in the rough living in the shadows of three sizeable volcanoes. We'll get our first taste of the city on a guided tour then it's over to you with a free day to hike a volcano, ride mountain bikes or shop for local textiles. Hotel (B)(B,D) &#;Ã&#x152;#06+)7# Wrapping up our trip today, we'll be leaving with nothing but happy memories & killer tans. (B) '0&#/#06+)7#

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The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/caribbean-encounter. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$719. Start Cancun 8:00am & end Antigua approx. 11:00am. O Trip spends Xmas in Playa del Carmen and NYE in Antigua. Q Trip spends Xmas in Cancun & NYE in Tikal. Important Note: Prices do not include a Reciprocity Fees that must be paid locally prior to arrival/departure: Belize: departure tax US$20, Please note: Prices are subject to increase. Note: This trip is part of a bigger picture - our 22Â day Playas of Paradise trip. When you jump aboard this trip, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be joining a group of other travelers who have been traveling on this trip. Wait until you see the warm welcome youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive as a new addition to the group.

#CARIBBEANENCOUNTER

&#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152;%#0%70 Meet your Contiki Team, then make this city your playground & start out with a day free to explore everything. From swimming the clear blue waters to sitting back with a beer or shopping, the choices to take in this beach haven are endless. Hotel (D)(B) F Snorkeling & zipline adventure

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IN-DEPTH EXPLORER. GO LOCAL Our In-Depth Explorer trips are all about uncovering every inch of each destination you visit. Experience more adventure over a shorter period of time, with authentic included experiences. Get to know Latin America up-close, with experiences designed for immersion into the Latin American way of life, all included in the cost of your trip.

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see more Our In-Depth Explorer trips are packed with experiences to get you seeing, breathing, tasting, experiencing and generally living the local way of life. Whether you’re hiking the misty Inca Trail or swimming with turtles in the gob-smacking Galapagos, you’ll never forget these experiences.

Be as inspired as Darwin was spotting wildlife snorkeling & kayaking the Galapagos Islands

HIKE THE INCA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU, PERU @SHINN_SPLINTS

Feel the adrenaline as you go white water rafting on Urubamba River, Peru Tour a cacao plantation and definitely eat too much chocolate, Costa Rica Cruise on brightly colored Trajinera (boat) with Mariachi bands, Mexico Take a dip in a cenote (sink hole), surrounded by lush vines, Mexico

KAYAK, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS, @LISS794

SWIM IN A CENOTE, MEXICO @JAYDENCUBIT

FRESH SEAFOOD, ECUADOR @AMBERSTORIE

HACIENDA BUENAVENTURA, PUERTO VALLARTA, MEXICO

sleep in comfort

HOTEL ESPADILLA, MANUEL ANTONIO, COSTA RICA

From the boutique to the unique, our In-Depth Explorer accommodation in Latin America is all about comfy, perfectly located hotels, a unique Special Stay in the heart of adventure (think a jungle lodge in the Amazon rainforest) & nights camping, nestled between Colombian rainforest & crystal beaches.

eat local On In-Depth Explorer, you’ll taste your way around Latin America with a mix of classic & regional eats in our favorite local restaurants. As well as our included regional meals, your local, Latin American Trip Managers will help you find the best local eats wherever you are.

DEEP DIVE IN CAFFEINE

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Visit a whole zone (Zona Cafeteria) dedicated to coffee: taste it, learn all about it, & try not bounce off the walls drinking too much of the stuff.

With properties supposed to be good for promoting a healthy gut, you won’t feel too bad tasting the authentic Tequila, from its home in Tequila, Mexico.


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11 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU HAD TO SEE & DO IN:

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Catch the colorful facades of the unique fairytale town of Guatapé

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Check out colorful and historical street art in Bogota, Colombia’s beating heart

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Go canyoning, rafting and paragliding in Colombia’s adventure capital: San Gil

3.

Take a mesmerising trek to the mystical lost city of Ciudad Perdida

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Check out Fernando Botero’s iconic bulbous statues in Medellin city center

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The one that explores bohemian cities, adrenaline-fueled San Gil & the lush Cocora Valley in. We'll get a locally guided city tour to learn more about this fascinating city's history, checking out Plaza Botero, Santo Domingo & the local markets. You'll also have plenty of free time to enjoy in Medellin, which you can fill up with salsa lessons, a trip to Arvi Park or even an epic day trip & hike up the 650+ stairs of cute GuatapĂŠ, for peerless vistas of the colorful landscapes. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Locally guided city tour F Day trip to GuatapĂŠ &#;Ă&#x152;/'&'..+0 This adventure wraps up in Medellin as we say hasta luego to our new friends. Not ready to say goodbye just yet? See our Hola Colombia trip on p.58. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 18 days of adventure. (B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; MEDELLIN Welcome to the colorful 'City of Eternal Spring.' This sun-soaked city has come a long way from its tumultuous past, & is all yours to explore, with pretty parks & plazas to kick back START 7AM BOGOTA

&#;Ă&#x152;8+..# &'.';8# Arriving today in bustling Bogota, you'll meet your Contiki family & head north through Zipaquira, a charming colonial town known for its spectacular salt mines. After checking out the incredible & unique salt cathedral, we'll head to our historic home for the next two nights, the gorgeous Villa de Leyva. Hotel (D) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit the Salt Cathedral &#;Ă&#x152;8+..# &'.'8;# Today, we'll walk through this spellbinding village that hasn't changed much since the 1600s. Set high in the Andes, this place is

prized for its faded colonial architecture & historic & vast central plaza. This afternoon is yours to explore - you can opt for a spot of scenic horse riding, or simply take a stroll & soak up all of that historic beauty. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;˘ Walking tour F Horseback riding &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;5#0)+. We're heading to the adventure capital of Colombia, San Gil! But not before stopping in the picturesque town of Barichara, where you can either opt for an epic hike or simply enjoy the ridiculously pretty cafes & boutiques. Once in San Gil it's all about the adventure activities. Whether

you prefer paragliding, canyoning or rafting, there aren't many better places in the world to get the pulse racing. If you're looking for relaxation, check out the local swimming holes or simply take an afternoon stroll through the charming tiled streets. Hotel (B,D)(B)

Botero Museum, have lunch at the Mercado La Concordia where you can try authentic local cuisine or head to Park 93 & grab a world famous coffee & ice cream. Hotel (B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Dinner at Andres Carne de Res â&#x20AC;˘ Locally guided bike tour of La Candelaria F GrafďŹ ti Workshop

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;$1)16# Not wanting to waste a second, we'll head back to Bogota on a speedy internal flight. Now we'll be able to explore Colombia's beating heart properly, with a locally guided bicycle tour of the historic La Candelaria district a particular highlight. As well as a fascinating included street art tour, you'll have opportunities to visit the

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#COLOMBIAQUEST

on our included tour. Then we are off to Salento & the Cocora Valley. Here, you can choose to take a hot air balloon flight with incredible views of distant Andean peaks, fields of coffee, plantain, & bamboo. For the trekkers among us you'll be up early too to head to the Cocora Valley for a hike among the wax palms, & of course, we'll be tasting the local coffee & the regional specialty: trout. (B)(B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Coffee farm visit â&#x20AC;˘ Trek the Cocora Valley F Hot Air Ballooning

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SMALL GROUP TRIP

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4.6 OVERALL RATING

IN-DEPTH EXPLORER

THE NUMBERS

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FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Horseback riding F Canyoning F Graffiti Workshop, Bogota

#HOLACOLOMBIA

SMALL GROUP TRIP

IN-DEPTH EXPLORER

HOLA COLOMBIA

CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA

CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA @contiki

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA

TAYRONA NATIONAL NATURAL PARK, COLOMBIA

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA


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The one that gives you all the best of Colombia in 18-days, from Caribbean coastlines to colorful towns

&#;Ă&#x152; VILLA DE LEVYA Today, we'll walk through this spellbinding village that hasn't changed much since the 1600s. Set high in the Andes, this place is prized for its faded colonial architecture & historic & vast central plaza. This afternoon is yours to explore - you can opt for a spot of scenic horse riding, or simply take a stroll & soak up all of that historic beauty. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;˘ Walking tour F Horseback riding &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;5#0)+. We're heading to the adventure capital of Colombia, San Gil, but not before stopping in the picturesque town of Barichara, where you can either opt for an epic hike or simply enjoy the ridiculously pretty cafes & boutiques. Once in San Gil it's all about the adventure activities. Whether you prefer paragliding, canyoning or rafting, there aren't many better places in the world to get the pulse racing. If you're looking for relaxation, check out the local swimming holes or simply take an afternoon stroll through the charming tiled streets. Hotel (B,D)(B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; BOGOTA Not wanting to waste a second, we'll head back to Bogota on a speedy internal flight. Now we'll be able to explore Colombia's beating heart properly, with a locally guided bicycle tour of the historic La Candelaria district a particular highlight. As well as a fascinating included street art tour, you'll have opportunities to visit the Botero Museum, have lunch at the Mercado La Concordia where you can try authentic local cuisine or head to Park 93 & grab a world famous coffee & ice cream. Hotel (B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Dinner at Andres Carne de Res â&#x20AC;˘ Locally guided bike tour of La Candelaria F GrafďŹ ti Workshop &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; SALENTO & THE COCORA VALLEY Leaving behind the bustle of Bogota we'll say Hola to Zona Cafeteria (coffee zone), arguably one of the most beautiful regions in the country. A visit to a coffee farm is a no brainer, & you'll learn all about this magical bean on our included tour. Then we are off to Salento & the Cocora Valley. Here, you can choose to take a hot air balloon flight with incredible views of distant Andean peaks, fields of coffee, plantain, & bamboo. For the trekkers among us you'll be up early too to head to the Cocora Valley for a hike among the wax palms, & of course, we'll be tasting the local coffee & the regional specialty: trout. (B)(B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Coffee farm visit â&#x20AC;˘ Trek the Cocora Valley F Hot Air Ballooning

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; MEDELLIN Welcome to the colorful 'City of Eternal Spring.' This sun-soaked city has come a long way from its tumultuous past, & is all yours to explore, with pretty parks & plazas to kick back in. We'll get a locally guided city tour to learn more about this fascinating city's history, checking out Plaza Botero, Santo Domingo & the local markets. You'll also have plenty of free time to enjoy in Medellin, which you can fill up with tango lessons, a trip to Arvi Park or even an epic day trip & hike up the 650+ stairs of cute GuatapĂŠ, for peerless vistas of the colorful landscapes. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Locally guided city tour F Day trip to GuatapĂŠ

sand beaches, crystalline waters & lush green jungles. Our hike will wind through the jungle (eyes-peeled for monkeys, parrots & jaguars), stopping by a small indigenous community before making its way to Cabo San Juan beach for a blissful chance to cool off in the azure waters. Tonight we'll sleep in tents under the starlit skies. Pure bliss. Camping (B,L,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Hiking Tayrona National Park

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; PALOMINO BEACH With Cartagena in the rearview mirror, we'll head to the laid-back vibes of Palomino Beach. Our jaws will hit the floor before we even arrive, as our magical coastal drive has Sierra Nevada on one side & the Caribbean on the other. There's no better place to unwind & unplug than Palomino Beach. No internet; no ATMs, just pure beaches, ice-cold cocktails, poolside bliss & an option to tube down the Palomino River. Hostel (B)(B) F Tubing

&#;Ă&#x152; SANTA MARTA Heading south to Santa Marta, we'll visit a remarkable 17th Century Hacienda - La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandro - the storied place where the iconic revolutionary SimĂłn BolĂ­var died. We'll walk the charming historic center of South America's oldest European-founded town, before swapping stories

&#;Ă&#x152;6#;410# NATIONAL PARK Strap on your hiking boots & lather on your sunscreen, it's time to explore the spectacular Tayrona National Park, a hub of biodiversity framed by the Sierra Nevada mountain range & famed for its white

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; CARTAGENA Adios Medellin, it's time for the storybook beauty of the Caribbean. Cartagena is one of the most beautiful cities in the Americas, & we'll soak it all up in all its glory over the next few days. With an included visit to the Castillo de San Felipe fortress, a walking tour of the historic Old City, & an Afro-caribbean cooking class, we'll have plenty of time to admire the colorful buildings, famous plazas & blooming flowers, falling in love with the city's unbridled romance. It's little wonder Pulitzer Prize winning author Gabriel GarcĂ­a MĂĄrquez was so inspired by this distinctive & magical metropolis. Swoon. Hotel (B,D)(B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit Castillo de San Felipe â&#x20AC;˘ Locally guided walking tour â&#x20AC;˘ Afro-Caribbean cooking class F Cotton Top Tamarin Primate experience with Hacienda El Ceibal

over an included regional dinner as the balmy evening draws in. Hotel (B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandro â&#x20AC;˘ Walking tour of Santa Marta &#;Ă&#x152; SANTA MARTA This adventure wraps up this morning where we say hasta luego to our new friends. Not ready to say goodbye just yet? Why not join in the Lost City trek to Ciudad Perdida. (B) END 11AM SANTA MARTA

NOT READY TO GO HOME? Explore more of Colombia on p.61, or check out Ecuador & the Galapagos p.72, p.74.

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2 PALOMINO

FLIGHTS INCLUDED

BEACH

La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandro

1 TAYRONA NATIONAL PARK

CARTAGENA 2 Castillo de San Felipe fortress

Places visited 1

Nightstops Mini-coach Plane

COLOMBIA

2 SAN GIL

MEDELLIN 3

El Camino Hike, Barichara

VILLA

2 DE LEYVA START

Cocora Valley

Salt Cathedral

SALENTO 2

2 BOGOTA

Armenia

HOW MUCH & WHEN

US$2999

End Feb 8 Feb 29 Mar 28

Start Apr 1 Apr 29 May20

US$2999

End Start Apr 18 Jun 17 May16 Jul 8 Jun 6

US$2999

End Start Jul 4 Aug 5 Jul 25 Aug 26

US$2999

End Start Aug 22 Sep 23 Sep 12

US$2999

End Oct 10

2020

Start Jan 22 Feb 12 Mar 11

2020

2020

2020 | CODE:BOSM | START BOGOTA & FINISH SANTA MARTA Start Oct 14 Nov 11 Nov 25

End Oct 31 Nov 28 Dec 12

US$2999

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/hola-colombia. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can share you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$955. Start Bogota 7:00am & end Santa Marta 11:00am. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: Included flight times are subject to alteration.

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&#;Ă&#x152; VILLA DE LEYVA Arriving today in bustling Bogota, you'll meet your Contiki family & head north through Zipaquira, a charming colonial town known for its spectacular salt mines. After checking out the incredible & unique salt cathedral, we'll head to our historic home for the next two nights, the gorgeous Villa de Leyva. Hotel (D) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit the Salt Cathedral

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START 7AM BOGOTA

Extend your trip to see more of Colombia, or explore Ecuador & the Galapagos. See p.61, p.72, p.74 for more info, departure dates & prices.

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COLOMBIAN COASTS & CULTURE 9

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US$1565 US$174 *

14 INCLUDED MEALS

5 nights in hotels, 2 nights in hostels & 1 night camping

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8 NIGHTS

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8 breakfasts (B) 2 lunches (L) 4 dinners (D)

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INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager, all private mini-coach transportation, 1Â internal flight & transfers

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES â&#x20AC;˘ Cooking Class â&#x20AC;˘ Hike in Tayrona National Park â&#x20AC;˘ City tour in Medellin

CANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T GET ENOUGH?

4.6 OVERALL RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Day trip to GuatapĂŠ F Tubing

Extend your trip to see more of Colombia, or explore Ecuador & the Galapagos. See p.61, p.72, p.74 & p.75 for more info, departure dates & prices

The one that serves up pristine beaches, lush rainforest hikes & Caribbean city charms time to admire the colorful buildings, famous plazas & blooming flowers, falling in love with the city's unbridled romance. It's little wonder Pulitzer Prize winning author Garbriel Garcia Marquez was so inspired by this distinctly magical metropolis. Swoon. Hotel (B,D)(B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit Castillo de San Felipe â&#x20AC;˘ Locally guided walking tour â&#x20AC;˘ Afro-Caribbean cooking class F Cotton Top Tamarin Primate experience with Hacienda El Ceibal

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TAYRONA NATIONAL PARK, COLOMBIA

START 7AM MEDELLIN

&#;Ă&#x152;/'&'..+0 Today you'll link up with your Contiki fam in the colorful 'City of Eternal Spring.' We've got a full day to explore this sun-soaked city, & a locally guided city tour the perfect way to get stuck in. We'll learn all about the way Medellin has bounced back from a tumultuous past, checking out Plaza Botero, Santo Domingo & the local markets. As the balmy evening draws in, anyone up for some Tango lessons? Hotel (D) â&#x20AC;˘ Locally guided city tour

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2 PALOMINO BEACH 1 TAYRONA CARTAGENA 2 NATIONAL Castillo de San PARK La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandro

Felipe fortress

COLOMBIA

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MEDELLIN 2

Places visited 1

Nightstops Mini-coach Plane

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&#;Ă&#x152;/'&'..+0 Now that you know Medellin like one of the locals, the day is yours to do your own thing. Check out Arvi Park for a getaway from the hustle & bustle of the city, (easy

on public transportation) or stay local & wander the charming streets. Or, if you're feeling fit & fancy a getaway, take a day trip to the cute Disney-esque town of GuatapĂŠ & hike the 650+ stairs for or peerless vistas of the colorful surrounding landscapes. Hotel (B) F Day trip to GuatapĂŠ

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; PALOMINO BEACH With Cartagena in the rearview mirror, we'll head to the laid-back vibes of Palomino Beach. Our jaws will hit the floor before we even arrive, as our magical coastal drive has Sierra Nevada on one side & the Caribbean on the other. There's no better place to unwind & unplug than Palomino Beach. No internet; no ATMs, just pure beaches, ice-cold cocktails, poolside bliss & an option to tube down the Palomino River. Hostel (B)(B) F Tubing

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; CARTAGENA Adios Medellin, it's time for the storybook beauty of the Caribbean. Cartagena is one of the most beautiful cities in the Americas, & we'll soak it all up in all its glory over the next few days. With an included visit to the Castillo de San Felipe fortress, a walking tour of the historic Old City, & an Afro-Caribbean cooking class, we'll have plenty of

&#;Ă&#x152;6#;410# NATIONAL PARK Strap on your hiking boots & lather on your sunscreen, it's time to explore the spectacular Tayrona National Park, a hub of biodiversity framed by the Sierra Nevada mountain range & famed for its white sand beaches, crystalline waters & lush green jungles. Our hike will wind through the jungle (eyes-peeled for monkeys, parrots &

jaguars), stopping by a small indigenous community before making its way to Cabo San Juan beach for a blissful chance to cool off in the azure waters. Tonight we'll sleep in hammocks under the starlit skies. Pure bliss. Camping (B,L,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Hiking Tayrona National Park F Tubing &#;Ă&#x152; SANTA MARTA Heading south to Santa Marta, we'll visit a remarkable 17th Century Hacienda - La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandro - the storied place where the iconic revolutionary SimĂłn BolĂ­var died. We'll walk the charming historic center of South America's oldest European-founded town, before swapping stories over an included regional dinner as the balmy evening draws in. Hotel (B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandro â&#x20AC;˘ Walking tour of Santa Marta &#;Ă&#x152; SANTA MARTA This adventure wraps up this morning where we say hasta luego to our new friends. Not ready to say goodbye just yet? Why not join in the Ciudad Perdida (Lost City) trek. (B) END 11AM SANTA MARTA

NOT READY TO GO HOME? Explore more of Colombia on p.61, or p.72, p.74 or check out Ecuador & the Galapagos p.72.

HOW MUCH & WHEN 2020

Ă&#x152;|  CODE:MESM | START MEDELLIN & FINISH SANTA MARTA Start Jan 31 Feb 21 Mar 20

75

End Feb 8 Feb 29 Mar 28

Start Apr 10 May8 May29

75

End Apr 18 May16 Jun 6

Start Jun 26 Jun 17 Aug 14

75

End Jul 4 Jul 25 Aug 22

Start Sep 4 Oct 2 Oct 23

75

End Start Sep 12 Nov 20 Oct 10 Dec 4 Oct 31

End Nov 28 Dec 12

75

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/colombian-coasts-culture. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$499. Start Medellin 7:00am & end Santa Marta approx. 11:00am. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82.


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LOST CITY TREK

THE DETAILS

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1

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US$639

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COUNTRY

4 NIGHTS

14 INCLUDED MEALS

4Â nights camping

US$128

*

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PER DAY

See more of this incredible, lush country & do Hola Colombia before See. p.58 for more info, departure dates & prices

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Local Guide, 4X4 Transportation

4.6 OVERALL RATING

The one that takes you on a journey of discovery to a lost city deep in the Colombian jungle culture, (much older than Machu Picchu), but it remains shrouded in much mystery & speculation. In the afternoon, we'll trek for 2.5Â hours back to the 2nd camp, where you'll have dinner, still buzzing from what we've experienced today. Camping (B,L,D) &#;Ă&#x152; SANTA MARTA Today, after breakfast, we'll walk for 7 hours back to El Mamey, where we'll have a delicious regional lunch. Our guides will then drive us back to Santa Marta where our adventure began. We'll arrive mid-afternoon, exhausted, elated & eternally changed. This is the end of our Lost City Trek, but the experience will surely stay with us forever. (B,L)

&#;Ă&#x152;0&%#/2 Today, after another much needed breakfast, we'll leave camp at 6am for the headline event: the ancient city of Ciudad Perdida, which you'll reach around 9am & enter by climbing its 1,200(!) stone stairs. You'll have about 3 hours to explore the ancient city, set in the dense jungle. Archaeologists believe it was founded around 800Â AD by the Tayrona 56#46#/5#06# MARTA

&#;Ă&#x152;5#06# MARTA - 1ST CAMP Your unforgettable adventure begins today with a morning pickup from your Santa Marta hotel & a 3-hour journey by 4-wheel-drive vehicle to the small town of El Mamey, where you'll stop for lunch at a local restaurant serving delicious & authentic Colombian food. Arriving at our first camp, we'll relax & recharge, surrounded by lush forestland & rushing rivers, as we get set for the first leg of our spellbinding trek. Camping (B,L,D) &#;Ă&#x152;0&%#/2 This morning we'll fill up with a hearty breakfast

before departing for the gruelling but rewarding 4.5hour trek to the 2nd camp. Along the way, we'll stop at the native community of Mutanyi, where you'll meet members of the Kogi (or Cogui) indigenous group to learn about their fascinating tribe & rich traditions. When you reach the 2nd camp, you'll have lunch & downtime to swim in the Buritaca River & kick back. Later, we'll swap stories over dinner before a much-deserved sleep. Camping (B,L,D)

END 5PM SANTA MARTA

Places visited 1

Nightstops Start & End Van, 4X4

SANTA MARTA COLOMBIA El Mamey

1 PRIMER

CAMPAMENTO

Pueblo Mutanyi

&#;Ă&#x152;4&%#/2 This morning, we'll trek four hours to the 3rd camp, crossing the snaking river several times & admiring the incredibly

PARAISO TEYUNA 1

2 MUMAKE Y TEYUMAKE

Ciudad Perdida

HOW MUCH & WHEN

2020

2020 | CODE:LOST | START SANTA MARTA & FINISH SANTA MARTA Start Feb 8 Feb 29 Mar 28

75

End Feb 12 Mar 4 Apr 1

Start Apr 18 May16 Jun 6

75

End Apr 22 May20 Jun 10

Start Jul 4 Jul 25 Aug 22

75

End Jul 8 Jul 29 Aug 26

Start Oct 10 Oct 31 Nov 28

75

End Start Oct 14 Dec 12 Nov 4 Dec 2

End Dec 16

75

Prices above are land only & do not include airfares. Need Flights? See contiki.com/flights for great deals from the USA to & from all the start/end cities in this brochure.* Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Start Santa Marta 6:00am & end Santa Marta approx. 5:00pm. These are small group trips & will not have a Contiki Trip Manager but a Local Guide. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Please note the overnight camps may change based on availability.

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varied landscape as we journey deeper into the jungle & pass a few village communities along the way. When we arrive at the 3rd camp, we'll have lunch & relax. During the afternoon & evening we'll put our feet up & soak in the sights & sounds of this awe-inspiring medley of mountain passes & lush jungle. Camping (B,L,D)

CIUDAD PERDIDA, COLOMBIA

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5 breakfasts (B) 5 lunches (L) 4 dinners (D)

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10

NEW TRIP

2

DAYS

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9 NIGHTS 9 nights twin-share hotel accommodation

15 INCLUDED MEALS 9 breakfasts (B) 3 lunches (L) 3 dinners (D)

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager, Local Driver & Local Guides, 1 internal flight plus transfers private mini-coach, van & public bus

• Boat trip Balmaceda & Serreno • Visit Los Glaciares National Park • Visit Laguna de los Tres

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Day trip to an Estancia Horseback Riding F Ice Climbing Lesson

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EL CHALTEN, ARGENTINA

TORRES DEL PAINE, CHILE

PUERTO NATALES @iigorskaya

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Extend your trip to include Bolivia. See p.34 or p.36 for more info, departure dates & prices.

PARAGUAY

TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK, CHILE

1 FLIGHT INCLUDED

1

SANTIAGO ARGENTINA

CHILE

WANT MORE ADVENTURE? Want more adventure? Want to see the salt plains of Bolivia before you start? check out trips on p.34 & p.36 for the best combo.

Jagged glaciers, snowtopped peaks, glittering turquoise lakes and sprawling beech forests make Patagonia one of the most dramatically beautiful landscapes in the world. Shared across Argentina and Chile, our 10-day trip uncovers a treasure trove of natural beauty. FANCY EXPLORING SOME NATIONAL PARKS? You’ve come to the right place. In Chile

we’ll travel to the iconic Torres del Paine and go on untold adventures, hiking beautiful mountain passes and admiring the towering granite rocks, bright blue waters, frosty peaks and icebergs. In Argentina the Los Glaciares National Park is a standout, encompassing lakes, rivers, mountains and glaciers. Watching the towering mountains and famous Perito Moreno glacier reach into the violet sky as the sun sets is an experience that has no comparison. Keep a look out for foxes, condors, deer and maybe even the elusive puma. From El Chalten we’ll also check out the rugged, sky puncturing peaks of Mount Fitz Roy, before trekking to the viewpoint of Laguna De los Tres, with the sparkling blue lagoon, granite walls and pure white glacier sending shivers up our spines.

WHAT’S INCLUDED As well as hiking day trips and access to all of this incredible scenery, your trip also includes boat trips, so you can get up close and personal to the Balmaceda, Serran and Perito Moreno glaciers. You can also add some optional Free-Time-Add-Ons to spice up your Patagonian itinerary. Estancias (working farms) are a large part of Patagonian culture, so soak up all that scenery atop a noble steed with some optional Estancia horseback riding. If you want an even better vantage point, don’t just admire the glaciers of El Chalten, opt to pick up a pair of axes and climb them. Our optional ice climbing class is an exhilarating adventure unlike anything you’ve done before.

2

EL CHALTÉN

Mt Fitz Roy

END 2

EL CALAFATE Los Glaciares National Park

Punta Arenas Torres del Paine Estancia Horseback Riding

4

PUERTO NATALES

Places visited 1

Nightstops Mini-coach, van Plane

HOW MUCH & WHEN

End Dec 3 Dec 31

Start 2020 Jan 19 Feb 16

End

Start Mar 21

End Mar 30

2020

Start Nov 24 Dec 22

2020

2019

2019/20 | CODE:SACH | START SANTIAGO & FINISH EL CALAFATE Start Apr 11

End Apr 20

Jan 28 Feb 25

For pricing please contact us directly or refer to contiki.com/patagonia-trail. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see ‘Airfares’ on p.82 for important info. Start Santiago 5:00pm & end El Calafate approx. 9:00am. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82.

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URUGUAY

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Ma^hg^maZmng\ho^klIZmZ`hgbZl staggering scenery, from pure white peaks to sparkling blue lagoons

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14

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Unique Special Stay: 1 night Jungle Lodge & 12 nights in twin-share hotels

21 INCLUDED MEALS 13 breakfasts (B) 3 lunches (L) 5 dinners (D)

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13 NIGHTS

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US$2825 US$202 *

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & Englishspeaking Local Guides, 3 internal flights & transfers

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES • Entry to the Temple of Wiracocha • Walking tour of Cusco & entry to the Temple of Koricancha

4.6 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Whitewater rafting on the Urubamba River F Rainbow Mountain hike

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The one that gives you a pisco sour infused overview of Peru, featuring jungles & islands

Want to explore the unique nature of the Galapagos before you start. Check out trips on p .72 for the best combo. START 8AM LIMA

&#;Ă&#x152; SACRED VALLEY Today we'll venture into the Sacred Valley, the heart of the Inca Empire, where we'll take a guided tour of the Pisac ruins, try some local chicha de jora & spend the night in one of Peru's oldest towns, Ollantaytambo. Hotel (B)

&#;Ă&#x152;#4'37+2# This morning we'll jump on a plane bound for the white city of Arequipa, excited to uncover the city's UNESCO World Heritage listed architecture, grand cathedrals & baroque buildings, all framed by 3Â magnificent volcanoes. Hotel (B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;2701 Keeping an eye to the skies will be our #1Â priority this morning as we try to catch a glimpse of the

&#;Ă&#x152;27'461 MALDONADO Despite our fast acclimatization to jungle living we'll head back to Puerto Maldonado today, making base for the night before heading back to Lima. Hotel (B,L,D)

&#;Ă&#x152; JUNGLE LODGE It's â&#x20AC;&#x153;adiosâ&#x20AC;? to the Andes & onto jungle life. We'll take a flight from Cusco, excited for the colorful local markets of Puerto Maldonado that await us. Shopping & street food tasting done, it's off to our jungle lodge Special Stay for some serious wildlife immersion, not to mention a jungle catamaran cruise. (B,L,D) Â? Contiki Special Stay Jungle Lodge

&#;Ă&#x152;.+/# After 14Â days, it's time to say farewell to your new Contiki family & two weeks full of history, adventures & adrenaline filled activities. Adios amigos! (B) '0&2/.+/#

Please note: Do not book ďŹ&#x201A;ights before 9:00pm.

This trip was worth every penny. The included meals were delicious & all the accommodations from train to bus to boat, to airplane were comfortable. We got what we paid for. Isleidys Gradaille Rodriguez

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&#;Ă&#x152; INCA TRAIL TREK Walk in the footsteps of the Incas on the Trail to our highlight Machu Picchu! Take a train to KM 104 & trek among the cloud forest to the Sun Gate & Guardian House where your hard work is rewarded with incredible views of this magnificent ancient site before returning to Aguas Calientes. Hotel (B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Train ride to KM 104  â&#x20AC;˘ Tour Machu Picchu with our Local Guide â&#x20AC;˘ Return train ride from Machu Picchu See p.22-23 for more info. Code: LILIT Hotel

&#;Ă&#x152; COLCA CANYON Today we'll take a scenic drive through some jawdropping destinations as we make our way to Colca Canyon. See the Salinas y Aguada Blanca National Reserve, El Misti, Chachani y Pichu Pichu volcanoes & some very cute wild vicuĂąas. Hotel (B,L,D)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;%75%1 Ever dreamt of watching the first rays of the day creep over Machu Picchu, surrounded by a group of new friends? Today will make that dream a reality. Soak in the moment, then explore the Incan city, Temple of Three Windows, ceremonial baths & alter

together with a Local Guide. The next day (and likely still buzzing) is free for you to explore Cusco your way. Hotel (B)(B) F Rafting

(Machu Picchu)

1 INCA TRAIL Ollantaytambo

1

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AMAZON LODGE

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The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/peru-uncovered. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can share you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$459. Start Lima 8:00am & end Lima approx. 5:00pm. O Inca Trail Trek is not available on these departure dates. Q Trip spends Xmas in Puno & NYE in Cusco. V Trip spends NYE in Colca Canyon. X Trip spends Xmas in the Amazon. 4 Trip spends NYE in Puno. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: Included flight times are subject to alteration. Note: The Inca Trail is closed in February for maintenance. Travelers will join you for sections of this trip, wait till you meet all the fun people ready for adventure!

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&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;%75%1 Ending the Puno passage, we'll visit Pukara & its ancient ruins before heading on to Cusco, to see the Temple of Wiracocha & explore Incan buildings & local foods on a guided tour. Hotel (B)(B,D)

&#;Ă&#x152;.+/# Meet your fellow adventurers in Lima, the capital of Peru. Here we'll spend the morning uncovering the city's sights, & then the afternoon is all yours to explore the colonial center, bustling metropolis & 43Â diverse districts. Hotel (D)

&#;Ă&#x152; AGUAS CALIENTES Opt to spend the day in Aguas Calientes, a town dwarfed by nature & ancient ruins at every turn, or take a 1Â day trek along the Inca trail to the Sun Gate & experience the magnificence of Machu Picchu all for yourself - you won't regret it. Hotel (B)

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mighty Andean condor, who calls Colca Canyon home. Rolling on over the Andes, we'll make our way to Puno & the shores of Lake Titicaca, where we'll hop straight onto a cruise bound for the island of Taquile & the floating Uros Islands. Hotel (B)(B)

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14 INCLUDED MEALS 10 breakfasts (B) 1 lunch (L) 3 dinners (D)

FROM

US$171 PER DAY

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & English-speaking Local Guides, 1 internal flight & transfers, Transportation in a private air-conditioned mini-coach or van

*

• Entry to the Temple of Wiracocha • Walking tour of Cusco

4.7 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Whitewater rafting on the Urubamba River

#PERUPANORAMA

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PERU PANORAMA

LAKE TITCACA, PERU @iannacito19

LIMA, PERU @contiki

AREQUIPA, PERU @amy_mac417

MACHU PICCHU, PERU @contiki

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The one that sees you walk in the footsteps of the Incas to Machu Picchu

bound for the island of Taquile & the floating Uros Islands. Hotel (B)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit Uros Islands of Lake Titicaca

COLCA CANYON, PERU @clmckend

PERU START

1 LIMA

&#;Ă&#x152;%1.%# CANYON Today we'll take a scenic drive through some jawdropping destinations as we make our way to Colca Canyon. See the Salinas y Aguada Blanca National Reserve, El Misti, Chachani y Pichu Pichu volcanoes & some very cute wild vicuĂąas. Hotel (B,L,D)

&#;Ă&#x152; AREQUIPA This morning we'll jump on a plane bound for the white city of Arequipa, excited to uncover the city's UNESCO World Heritage listed architecture, grand cathedrals & baroque buildings, all framed by 3Â magnificent volcanoes. Hotel (B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;2701 Keeping an eye to the skies will be our #1Â priority this morning as we try to catch a glimpse of the mighty Andean condor, who calls Colca Canyon home. Rolling on over the Andes, we'll make our way to Puno & the shores of Lake Titicaca, where we'll hop straight onto a cruise

1 SACRED VALLEY

END

CUSCO 3 Chivay

COLCA CANYON 1 Places visited 1

&#;Ă&#x152;.+/# Meet your fellow adventurers in Lima, the capital of Peru. Here we'll spend the morning uncovering the city's sights, & then the afternoon is all yours to explore the colonial center, bustling metropolis & 43Â diverse districts. Hotel (D)

INCA TRAIL Ollantaytambo

PUNO/ 2 LAKE TITICACA

1 AREQUIPA

Nightstops Mini-coach, van

&#;Ă&#x152; SACRED VALLEY On the way to the sacred valley we'll meet a family of llamas & alpacas, before a guided tour of the Pisac & Ollantaytambo ruins & visiting the circular terraced Pisac ruins first which date back to the 1400's. Moving on to Ollantaytambo, base camp for those taking the trek tomorrow, we'll appease dry mouths with some homemade Chica de Jora brew. This tiny town may be small in geographical terms, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in attitude & historical significance. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit Pisac town & Market

Plane or train

I highly recommend Contiki to all of my family & friends. Best trip I've ever been on! So much culture & fun packed into 11 days. Would highly recommend for anyone interested in exploring Peru.

the Sun Gate & experience Machu Picchu all for yourself. You won't regret it. Hotel (B) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;%75%1 Ever dreamt of watching the first rays of the day break over Machu Picchu, surrounded by a group of new friends? Today we'll make that dream a reality, as we soak in the moment & explore the Incan city of Cusco, Temple of Three Windows & ceremonial baths with a Local Guide. As you know the city so well by now, the next day is yours to explore. Walk the gilded cathedrals, explore some Incan temples or get some fine alpaca knits to take home with you. Hotel (B)(B,D) F Rafting F Interactive dining experience

&#;Ă&#x152;#)7#5 CALIENTES Opt to spend the day in Aguas Calientes, a town dwarfed by nature & ancient ruins at every turn. Or, take the Inca trail to

Lindsey Grillot

&#;Ă&#x152; INCA TRAIL TREK Take a train to KM 104 & trek among the cloud forest to the Sun Gate & Guardian House where you'll find incredible views of this magnificent ancient site before returning to Aguas Calientes. Hotel (B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Train ride to KM 104  â&#x20AC;˘ Tour Machu Picchu with our Local Guide â&#x20AC;˘ Return train ride from Machu Picchu See p.22-23 for more info. Code: LICUT Hotel

&#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 On our final day we'll share one last breakfast together before going our separate ways & continuing on to our next adventure - armed with incredible memories that will stay with us for a lifetime. (B) END 11AM CUSCO

WANT MORE ADVENTURE? Want to keep going to the salt plains of Bolivia? Check out trips on p. 34 for the best combo.

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End Jan 25

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2021

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2020

2020

TRAVELING 15 JAN 2020 ? THE BELOW TRIPS (LICU 2020) FEATURE A SLIGHTLY MODIFIED ITINERARY. SEE BELOW FOR START & END TIMES & VISIT CONTIKI.COM/PERU-PANORAMA FOR FULL DETAILS. Start 2021 Jan 6 Feb 3

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The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/peru-panorama. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can share you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$410. Start Lima 8:00am & end Cusco 11:00am. O Trip spends Xmas in Cusco. Q Inca Trail Trek is not available on these departure dates. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: Included flight times are subject to alteration. Note: The Inca Trail is closed in February for maintenance. Note: This trip is part of a wider adventure - some travellers will be continuing their Contiki journey on Peru Uncovered, why not join them if you have the time, see p.64. Wait until you see the warm welcome youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive as a new addition to the group.

#PERUPANORAMA

&#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 After visiting an archeological museum, & exploring the famed Raqchi ruins, we'll make our way to Cusco, where we'll dive deep into this richly historic city with a locally guided city tour. In the evening we recommend opting in to a delicious, interactive Peruvian feast, for a true taste of the local culture. Hotel (B)

START 8AM LIMA

AGUAS CALIENTES 1

Ă&#x152; FLIGHT INCLUDED

SMALL GROUP TRIP

Extend your trip to include Bolivia on our Bolivian Magic trip. See p.34 for more info, departure dates & prices

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DAYS

US$1699

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7 NIGHTS 4 nights in twin-share hotels & 3 nights camping on the Inca Trail

7 breakfasts (B) 3 lunches (L) 4 dinners (D)

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & Englishspeaking Local Guides & Trek Porters

FROM

US$213

*

PER DAY

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES • Walking tour of Cusco & entry to Koricancha & San Pedro market • Entry into the Sacred Valley & a guided tour of the Pisac ruins & Ollantaytambo

4.9 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Whitewater Rafting on the Urubamba River

#ULTIMATEINCA

SMALL GROUP TRIP

IN-DEPTH EXPLORER

ULTIMATE INCA TRAIL

SACRED VALLEY, PERU @lifewithandy1

INCA TRAIL, PERU @kristynpratt

CUSCO, PERU @contiki

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The one that takes you on an epic expedition of breathtaking views & unbelievable scenery

Machu Picchu

INCA TRAIL, PERU @brookosaures

PERU

INCA 3 TRAIL

Ollantaytambo

CUSCO 2 Nightstops Mini-coach, van Train, canoe or boat

START 1PM CUSCO

&#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 Meet your fellow Inca Trail hikers in the ancient city of Cusco. We'll spend the afternoon on a city walking tour followed by free time to explore Cusco your way. With artisan shops, colonial architecture, delicious local cuisine & adrenaline filled activities all at your fingertips, you'll be spoilt for choice. Hotel (D) â&#x20AC;˘ City walking tour â&#x20AC;˘ Visit San Blas, Koricancha & San Pedro Market &#;Ă&#x152; SACRED VALLEY Today we'll venture into the Sacred Valley, the heart of the Incan Empire, where we'll take a guided tour around the Spanish colonial villages of Pisac & Ollantaytambo, each one boasting Incan ruins that will give you a taste of what's to come in the days ahead. Rest up tonight, as tomorrow the adventure really begins. Hotel (B)

â&#x20AC;˘ Entry into the Sacred Valley & a guided tour of the ancient ruins of Pisac & Ollantaytambo â&#x20AC;˘ Try some local chicha de jora (corn beer) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; INCA TRAIL Grab your backpacks & get ready to commence your climb & 3-night camping expedition along the ancient trail of the Incas. Passing thick forests, waterfalls & wildlife on route, we'll spend our first night at Wayllabamba (9,500ft), our second at Pacamayo (11,800ft) & our third at WiĂąay Wayna (9,100ft). Will it be tough going at times? A little. Will it be worth it when you finally reach the Sun Gate & clap eyes on Machu Picchu for the very first time? Absolutely. Campsite-Hotel (B,L,D)(B,L,D) (B,L,D)(B) &#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 How good does that bed feel right now? Heading back to Cusco for some

much-needed R&R, we'll stop by the weaving community of Chinchero on route, a local artisan project supported by the TreadRight Foundation. Once in Cusco you'll have a free afternoon to wander the city before our final farewell dinner tonight. Hotel (B) F Rafting

The Inca Trail was an amazing experience & it was made even better by the great people in our group, the amazing guides, & our fantastic porters. James Reese

INCA TRAIL, PERU

&#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 It's time to say adios to your travel buddies as your trips ends after breakfast. Haven't seen enough? Why not jump on our Bolivian Magic trip? (B)

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

Space to trek the iconic Inca Trail is in high demand, with a limited number of spaces each day. In order to maximize the opportunity for our travelers to take the trek as a group, we have created a flexible itinerary, where the days that we take the trek may vary from the itinerary. If we need to alternate the itinerary to accommodate, rest assured that all destinations as specified in the itinerary will be visited as part of the 8-day Ultimate Inca Trail trip, but the 4-day hike may be on different days. Visit contiki.com/ultimate-inca for details.

END 11AM CUSCO

WANT MORE ADVENTURE? Want to keep going to the salt plains of Bolivia? Check out trips on p. 34 for the best combo.

HOW MUCH & WHEN

US$1719

End Oct 13 Nov 10 Dec 8 Jan 5

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US$1719

End Start Feb 29 Jan 19 Mar 7 Feb 2 Mar 21 Apr 18

75

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End Jan 16 Jan 30 Mar 6

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Prices above are land only & do not include airfares. Need Flights? See contiki.com/flights for great deals from the USA to & from all the start/end cities in this brochure. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$145. Single accommodation is not available during camping days on the Inca Trail. Start Cusco 1:00pm & end Cusco approx. 11:00am. O Trip spends NYE on the Inca Trail. Q Trip spends Xmas in Cusco. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82.

#ULTIMATEINCA

2 SACRED VALLEY

Places visited 1

SMALL GROUP TRIP

Extend your trip to include Bolivia on our Bolivian Magic trip. See p.34 for more info, departure dates & prices

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DAYS

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FROM

US$1849 US$232 *

7 breakfasts (B) 2 lunches (L) 4 dinners (D)

*

PER DAY

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & Englishspeaking Local Guides, 2 internal flights & transfers

• Walking tour of Cusco & entry to the Temple of Koricancha

4.5 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Whitewater Rafting on the Urubamba River F Canopy climbing

#PERUVIANHIGHLIGHTS

SMALL GROUP TRIP

IN-DEPTH EXPLORER

PERUVIAN HIGHLIGHTS

RAINBOW MOUNTAIN, PERU @max_homer

MACHU PICCHU, PERU @alyssd_burg

CUSCO, PERU @niacpr

SACRED VALLEY, PERU @barlow2103

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The one that dives deep into Peru's iconic sites, from Incan ruins to Amazonian adventures

&#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 Spend today exploring the beautiful city of Cusco â&#x20AC;&#x201C; wander the main plaza, see the Temple of Wiracocha & explore Incan buildings on a guided tour. Then get into Cusco's amazing nightlife until the sun comes up! Hotel (B) &#;Ă&#x152; SACRED VALLEY Today we'll venture into the Sacred Valley, the heart of the Inca Empire, where we'll take a guided tour of the Pisac ruins, try some local chicha de jora & spend the night in one of Peru's oldest towns, Ollantaytambo. Hotel (B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; JUNGLE LODGE Today we fly over the Andes to Puerto Maldonado in Peru's southern jungle. You could hike through the jungle for a canopy climb, then chill to the sound of the jungle. With another day here keep your eyes peeled for wildlife like the giant otter. (B,L,D)(B,L,D) Â? Contiki Special Stay Jungle Lodge F Canopy climbing experience F Kayaking trip on the Tambopata River

&#;Ă&#x152; AGUAS CALIENTES Opt to spend the day in Aguas Calientes, a town dwarfed by nature & ancient ruins at every turn, or take a 1Â day trek along the Inca trail to the Sun Gate & experience the

magnificence of Machu Picchu all for yourself - you won't regret it. Hotel (B) &#;Ă&#x152; INCA TRAIL TREK Walk in the footsteps of the Incas on the Trail to our highlight Machu Picchu! Take a train to Km 104 & trek among the cloud forest to the Sun Gate & Guardian House where your hard work is rewarded with incredible views of this magnificent ancient site before returning to Aguas Calientes. Hotel (B,L) â&#x20AC;˘ Train ride to KM 104  â&#x20AC;˘ Tour Machu Picchu with our Local Guide â&#x20AC;˘ Return train ride from Machu Picchu See p.22-23 for more info. Code: LICZT Hotel

Soak in the moment, then explore the Incan city, Temple of Three Windows, ceremonial baths & alter together with a Local Guide. Hotel (B,D) F Rafting

AMAZON LODGE, PERU

&#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 It's time to say adios to your travel buddies as your trips ends after breakfast. Craving more? Why not jump on our Bolivian Magic trip? (B)

#PERUVIANHIGHLIGHTS

&#;Ă&#x152;.+/# Meet your fellow adventurers in Lima, the capital of Peru. Here we'll spend the morning uncovering the city's sights, & then the afternoon is all yours to explore the colonial center, bustling metropolis & 43Â diverse districts. Hotel (D)

SMALL GROUP TRIP

START 8AM LIMA

END 11AM CUSCO

AMAZON

&#;Ă&#x152;%75%1 Ever dreamt of watching the first rays of the day creep over Machu Picchu, surrounded by a group of new friends? Today will make that dream a reality.

We only had limited time & this trip was perfect for squeezing in a variety of Peru's highlights.

Ă&#x152; FLIGHTS INCLUDED

Tamara

PERU

MACHU PICCHU @zackgore

Andes Coast START

Rainforest AGUAS CALIENTES 1 (Machu Picchu)

1 LIMA

INCA TRAIL

AMAZON LODGE 2

Ollantaytambo

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Nightstops

1

Special Stay Mini-coach, van Plane or train

HOW MUCH & WHEN

End Dec 8 Jan 5

Start 2020 Jan 26

End Feb 2

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2021

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2020

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The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/peruvian-highlights. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$375. Start Lima 8:00am & end Cusco at 11:00am. O Inca Trail Trek is not available on these departure dates. Q Spends NYE in the Amazon. V Spends Xmas in Cusco. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki. com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: Included flight times are subject to alteration. Note: The Inca Trail is closed in February for maintenance.


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FROM

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11 NIGHTS 11 nights twin-share hotel accommodation

FROM

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17 INCLUDED MEALS

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & Englishspeaking Local Guides, 2 internal flights & transfers, Transportation in a private air-conditioned mini-coach or van

• City tour of Quito • Snorkeling at Kicker Rock • Galapagos island boat cruise

4.8 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Rappelling (abseiling) & canyoneering day trip F Ziplining F San Cristobal Island guided biking adventure

#ECUADORANDGALAPAGOS

11 breakfasts (B) 1 lunch (L) 5 dinners (D)

*

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COUNTRY

SMALL GROUP TRIP

IN-DEPTH EXPLORER

ECUADOR & GALAPAGOS ISLAND HOPPER

PUERTO VILLAMIL, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS @wheres.sandro

PUERTO VILLAMIL, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS @amberstorie

BAÑOS, ECUADOR

PUERTO AYORA, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

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The one that combines an island-hopping odyssey with 2 days of sustainable development work

Want to see Colombia before you start? Check out trips on p.58, p.60 & p.64 for the best combo.

&#;Ă&#x152;37+61 Take it all in, you're in Quito! A locally guided tour will get you clued up with the city, including a visit to a handicraft market & skipping between two hemispheres at the Equatorial line. Hotel (D) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;6'0# Here in Tena, the city is yours to roam. A meeting with a shaman & a local soccer match will have you delving deep into the heart of the community before winding down with some sugarcane & cinnamon drinks. Itching for an adrenaline rush? There's always our rafting experience Add-Onâ&#x20AC;Ś Hotel (B)(B,D) F Community visit F Rafting experience &#;Ă&#x152;37+61 61/+0)#.1&)' We'll be meeting up with the ME to WE team in Los Rios, before traveling by boat down the Napo River. Arriving at Minga Lodge we'll then take part in a trip orientation, & after dinner take an Amazonian night walk through the jungle. (B,D)

&#;Ă&#x152;/+0)# .1&)'61$#b15 Waking up early, we'll head out before breakfast to explore the rainforest by daylight, keeping our eyes peeled for toucans, longtailed Potoos, as well as the myriad of flora & fauna. It's then back onto the boat as we journey back to Los Rios, where you'll continue to BaĂąos. (B)

Island this morning, we'll journey back to Santa Cruz Island for a day of beach side fun at pristine Tortuga Bay, where iguanas & blue footed boobies will be your sunbathing companions. Hotel (B)

keep your hunger at bay as you peruse the historic neighborhood of Las PeĂąas. Hotel (B) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; ISABELA ISLAND Settling into island life, our wildlife kayaking adventure will see us taking to the seas with beady eyes on the lookout for green sea turtles. Snorkeling & seal pup spotting will get you up close & personal to wildlife completely native to this little corner of the world. Hotel (B,D)(B)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; SAN CRISTOBAL ISLAND On the island of sea lions & volcanoes, a boat cruise & a bird spotting experience will open our eyes to the island's glorious wildlife before we indulge in a traditional Galapagos meal. The pretty town of El Progreso will add a splash of color to our trip. Hotel (B)(B,L,D) F Island biking adventure

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&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; TENA TO BAĂ&#x2018;OS The natural beauty of BaĂąos isn't just to be admired from afar: you'll get back in touch with nature during your time here with the option to zip line through the trees or keep it close to the ground on horseback, passing waterfalls & volcanoes. Hotel (B)(B,D) F Adventure Zipline/Climb F Horseback riding F Canyoneering

&#;Ă&#x152; )7#;#37+. There's time to relax this morning & take in the beauty of the island before heading back to the mainland where your trip ends on arrival. Not done yet? Why not fly to Peru & join our Peru Uncovered trip? (B)

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We had a wonderful overview of Ecuador. We were shown the 4 major ecosystems. Transportation to each place ran smoothly & we took planes, buses, & boats! I would hands-down recommend this trip.

&#;Ă&#x152;)7#;#37+. This is Ecuador's largest city, & you'll get acquainted with its urban side at the city's riverfront, MalecĂłn. Ceviche will

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#ECUADORANDGALAPAGOS

START 7AM QUITO

&#;Ă&#x152; /+0)#.1&)' After meeting & getting to know the local community & their current priorities, we'll spend most our day volunteering on a build for a current local infrastructure project. Later on, we'll experience a Shamanic Ceremony & learn the in's & out's of indigenous weapons from a local hunter. (B,L,D)

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5.0 RATING

â&#x20AC;˘ Visit IntiĂąan Museum â&#x20AC;˘ See the Equator line

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Rappelling (abseiling) & canyoneering day trip F Horseback Riding F Community Visit

The one that pairs an Ecuadorian adventure with local community engagement over 7 mind-blowing days &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;$#b15 The natural beauty of BaĂąos isn't just to be admired from afar: you'll get back in touch with nature during your time here with the option to zip line through the trees or keep it close to the ground on horseback, passing waterfalls & volcanoes. Hotel (B)(B,D) F Adventure Zipline/Climb F Canyoneering F Horseback riding

#LAVALINE

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&#;Ă&#x152;)7#;#37+. After breakfast it will be time to say 'Adios' to your new friends. (B) '0&#/)7#;#37+.

Choose a Me to We voluntary experience on this trip. Available on all departures. See p.20-21 for more details.

&#;Ă&#x152;)7#;#37+. This is Ecuador's largest city, & you'll get acquainted with its urban side at the city's riverfront, MalecĂłn. Ceviche will keep your hunger at bay as you peruse the historic neighborhood of Las PeĂąas. Hotel (B)

WANT MORE #&8'0674'! Want to see Colombia before you start? Check out trips on p.58, p.60 for the best combo.

START 7AM QUITO

&#;Ă&#x152;37+61 Take it all in, you're in Quito! A locally guided tour will get you clued up with the city, including a visit to a handicraft market & skipping between two hemispheres at the Equatorial line. Hotel (D)

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;6'0# Here in Tena, the city is yours to roam. A meeting with a shaman & a local soccer match will have you delving deep into the heart of the community before winding down with some sugarcane & cinnamon drinks. Itching for an adrenaline rush? There's always our rafting experience Add-Onâ&#x20AC;Ś Hotel (B)(B,D) F Community visit F Rafting experience &#;Ă&#x152;37+6161 /+0)#.1&)' We'll be meeting up with the ME to WE team in Los Rios, before traveling by

boat down the Napo River. Arriving at Minga Lodge we'll then take part in a trip orientation, & after dinner take an Amazonian night walk through the jungle. Lodge (B,D) &#;Ă&#x152; /+0)#.1&)' After meeting & getting to know the local community & their current priorities, we'll spend most our day volunteering on a build for a current local infrastructure project. Later on, we'll experience a Shamanic Ceremony & learn the in's & out's of indigenous weapons from a local hunter. Lodge (B,L,D)

&#;Ă&#x152;/+0)# .1&)'61$#b15 Waking up early, we'll head out before breakfast to explore the rainforest by daylight, keeping our eyes peeled for toucans, long-tailed Potoos, as well as the myriad of flora & fauna. It's then back onto the boat as we journey back to Los Rios, where you'll continue to BaĂąos. Hotel (B)

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Prices above are land only & do not include airfares. Need Flights? See contiki.com/flights for great deals from the USA to & from all the start/end cities in this brochure. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$145. Start Quito 7:00am & end Guayaquil approx. 11:00am. O These trips have the option to book the Me to We package & skip the 2 nights in Tena. Please use code QGMW. See days 2-4 in the itinerary & add a single room supplement of US$395. Q Trip spends Xmas is Banos. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki. com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: This trip is part of a bigger picture - our 12 day Ecuador & Galapagos Island Hopper. When you jump aboard this trip, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be joining a group of other travelers who have been traveling on this trip. Wait until you see the warm welcome youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive as a new addition to the group.


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5Â nights twin-share hotel accommodation

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FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Look for the F symbol in the itinerary & visit contiki.com F Island Biking Adventure

The one that lifts the lid on the magic & mystery of the glorious Galapagos SAN CRISTOBAL, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS @amy.a.mullins

&#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152;5#0 %4+561$#.+5.#0& On the island of sea lions & volcanoes, a boat cruise & a bird spotting experience will open our eyes to the island's glorious wildlife before we indulge in a traditional Galapagos meal. The pretty town of El Progreso will add a splash of color to our trip. Hotel (B)(B,L,D) F Island biking adventure 56#46#/)7#;#37+.

&#;Ã&#x152;)7#;#37+. 61+5#$'.#+5.#0& This is Ecuador's largest city, but we won't be stopping for long before we jet off, bound for the glorious Galapagos islands. Before reaching our destination, we'll make a quick stop on Santa Cruz Island, where giant tortoises roam free. After a glorious boat ride to the famous lava tunnels, we'll move on to Isabela Island where we'll stay for the night. Hotel (D) &#;Ã&#x152; +5#$'.#+5.#0& Settling into island life,

our wildlife kayaking adventure will see us taking to the seas with beady eyes on the lookout for green sea turtles. Snorkeling & seal pup spotting will get you up close & personal to wildlife completely native to this little corner of the world. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;¢ Wildlife Kayaking &#;Ã&#x152;5#06# CRUZ ISLAND Bidding goodbye to Isabela Island this morning, we'll journey back to Santa Cruz Island for a day of beach side fun at pristine Tortuga Bay, where iguanas & blue footed boobies will be your sunbathing companions. Hotel (B)

&#;Ã&#x152;)7#;#37+. There's time to relax this morning & take in the beauty of the island before heading back to the mainland where your trip ends on arrival. Not done yet? Why not fly to Peru & join our Peruvian Highlights trip? (B) '0&2/)7#;#37+. Please note: Do not book ï¬&#x201A;ights before 6:00pm.

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The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/galapagos-hopper. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can share you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$519. Start Guayaquil 6:00am & end Guayaquil approx.4:00pm. O Trip spends Xmas in Santa Cruz. Q Trip spends NYE in San Cristobal. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Important Note: The Galapagos Islands have a compulsory US$100 entrance fee to the Galapagos National Park, a US$20 INGALA fee & a US$10 Isabela Island tax that are only payable in cash on arrival, fees are subject to change. Please ensure you have this money ready to ensure entry to these locations. Note: This trip is part of a bigger picture - our 12 day Ecuador & Galapagos Island Hopper. When you jump aboard this trip, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be joining a group of other travelers who have been traveling on this trip. Wait until you see the warm welcome youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive as a new addition to the group.

#GALAPAGOSHOPPER

KICKER ROCK, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS @tobi_rojek

5/#..)417264+2

5 breakfasts (B) 1 lunch (L) 2 dinners (D)

4.4 RATING

IN-DEPTH EXPLORER

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FROM


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CONTIKI.COM/VIVA-COSTA-RICA

THE NUMBERS THE DETAILS

9

NEW & IMPROVED

FROM

1

DAYS

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8 nights twin-share hotel accommodation

12 INCLUDED MEALS 8 breakfasts (B) 4 dinners (D)

*

PER DAY

COUNTRY

8 NIGHTS

FROM

US$1449 US$161 INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & English-speaking Local Guides, Transportation in a private air-conditioned mini-coach or van

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES • Locally guided tour of a cacao plantation • Coffee estate tour • Visit Manuel Antonio National Park

5.0 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Hot springs dip F Catamaran Cruise F Selvatura Park ziplining

#VIVACOSTARICA

SMALL GROUP TRIP

IN-DEPTH EXPLORER

VIVA COSTA RICA

ARENAL VOLCANO, COSTA RICA

MONTEVERDE, COSTA RICA @lanngr

ARENAL, COSTA RICA @nextavailabletom

JACO, COSTA RICA @callmelexie421

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The one that sees you snorkel, zipline & even horseback ride your way across lush landscapes

&#;Ă&#x152;5#0,15a TO ARENAL Joining forces in San JosĂŠ, we'll get straight on the road with our first stop, Sarapiqui, firmly in our sights. Known for its fertile lands and gorgeous scenery we'll take advantage of our natural surroundings with a white water rafting Add-On up for grabs. How to round off a killer first day? With THAT view - one of Costa Rica's most impressive volcanoes, Arenal. Hotel (D) F White water rafting &#;Ă&#x152;#4'0#. Rappelling through a rainforest canyon will be the perfect wake up call this morning. Not keen? How about taking advantage of the regions geothermal properties with a visit to the hot springs? This afternoon we'll learn the A-Z of chocolate making, an export Costa Rica is famous for. Hotel (B) F Canyoneering (waterfall rappelling) F Hot Springs visit &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; PLAYA TAMARINDO Leaving Arenal towering behind us we'll move on to sandy pastures, namely Playa Tamarindo, Costa

Rica's prime surfing & party hub. With two days here we've got plenty to keep you entertained (like the sound of surfing or a catamaran cruise?), or you could do you own thing in this ocean paradise, well known for it's awesome restaurants & underwater worlds. Hotel (B,D)(B) F SurďŹ ng F Catamaran trip

&#;Ă&#x152;5#0,15a Tonight we'll make our way back to San Jose where our trip will come to a close. What an adventure it's been. One thing's for sure, we'll never forget our encounter with paradise. (B)

PLAYA TAMARINDO 2

2

COSTA RICA

MONTEVERDE

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'0&2/5#0,15'

1

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Nightstops Mini-coach, van

COSTA RICA @lanngr

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; MONTEVERDE Goodbye beach life & hello misty cloud forest. Monteverde is a wildlife hotspot known for its coffee plantations, countless monkey species & gorgeous vegetation. Here, we'll get schooled in coffee & maybe even brave the 1km long zipline. Hotel (B)(B,D) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;,#%1 Beachside Jaco is known for its surfing, nightlife & as the gateway to some aweinspiring national parks. If you're feeling adventurous, try some horseback riding, or hop on an ATV. The next morning a day trip to the beautiful Manuel Antonio National Park will see us enjoy a dizzying mix of ancient rainforest, pristine beaches & dazzling coral reefs, before we arrive back at our hotel for some

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Prices above are land only & do not include airfares. Need Flights? See contiki.com/flights for great deals from the USA to & from all the start/end cities in this brochure. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$825. Start San Jose 8:00am & end San Jose approx. 4:00pm. OTrip spends Xmas in Monteverde. QTrip spends Xmas in Jaco. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/stay longer. For travel insurance see p.82.

#VIVACOSTARICA

START 8AM SAN JOSE

ARENAL 2

SMALL GROUP TRIP

poolside relaxation. Hotel (B)(B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit Manuel Antonio National Park F Horse riding

SAN JOSĂ&#x2030;, COSTA RICA @andrewkennethmoody


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12

NEW & IMPROVED

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15 INCLUDED MEALS 11 breakfasts (B) 4 dinners (D)

*

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COUNTRY

11 NIGHTS

FROM

US$2345 US$196

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INCLUDED ESSENTIALS An experienced Trip Manager & Driver team, Modern, air-conditioned mini-coach, 1 internal flight & transfer

• Visit a Tequila Distillery • Visit the ancient site of Teotihuacan • Trajinera cruise • Swim in a cenote

4.8 RATING

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Day trip to Sayulita F Pirate of the Bay F Mayan culture adventure complete with ziplining, rappelling, canoeing & lunch

#MEXICOGRANDE

SMALL GROUP TRIP

IN-DEPTH EXPLORER

MEXICO GRANDE

TEOTIHUACAN PYRAMIDS, MEXICO

CANCUN, MEXICO @deanomurray

MERIDA, MEXICO @contiki

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO @contiki

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The one that serves up the sizzling beaches, rainforests and food of magical Mexico

&#;Ă&#x152; GUADALAJARA Saying farewell to Puerto Vallarta, we'll head inland towards the gorgeous Guadalajara, but not before stopping in a little town that goes by the name of Tequila. We're here (you guessed it) for a tour of an authentic Tequila Distillery. Surrounded by fields of Blue Agave, we'll learn all about this invigorating spirit, & why it means so much to the region. Finally, we're on our way to Guadalajara, where even more exciting times await. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;˘ Visit a Tequila Distillery &#;Ă&#x152; GUANAJUATO Spend this afternoon exploring the winding streets & subterranean passageways of this UNESCO World Heritage city. Later, see the cast iron & glass Hidalgo Market where you'll have a chance to shop for local sweet treats. Hotel (B,D) &#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; MEXICO CITY See-ya Guanajuato! Time to head to the bustling

&#;Ă&#x152;/'4+&# Slowing it down after the thrill of Mexico City, you'll have a walking tour of Merida's sights, fueled by the delicacies of the local Yucatan cuisine. A meander through the markets will give you an opportunity to stock up on souvenirs. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;˘ Walking tour of Merida's sights

&#;Ă&#x152;%#0%70 It's been a wild ride in paradise, but all good things must come to an end as our trip wraps up this morning. (B)

GUANAJUATO, MEXICO @jaydencubit

END 11AM CANCUN

CANCUN, MEXICO @jaydencubit

#MEXICOGRANDE

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; PUERTO VALLARTA Welcome to Puerto Vallarta. As one of the more popular beach towns in the Mexican Riviera, you'll have the option of chilling poolside as well as getting to know the electric downtown bar scene. Hotel (D)(B) F Jungle Ziplining F Pirate show & dinner cruise

beauty of Mexico City, but not before stopping in San Miguel Allende, a gorgeous colonial town famed for its baroque Spanish architecture & neo-gothic charm. Once in Mexico City, we'll marvel at floating gardens & kick back on a Trajinera boat, with a visit to the City of Palaces thrown into the mix. Want to do something seriously special? Our early morning hot air ballooning Add-On over Teotihuacan is one of those pinch yourself moments you'll never, ever forget. Hotel (B)(B)(B,D) â&#x20AC;˘ Guided tour of Teotihuacan â&#x20AC;˘ Hot Air Ballooning

SMALL GROUP TRIP

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First but not the last Contiki. Got to experience parts of Mexico I would never even think of going by myself. It gave me a real insight & honestly makes me want to go back to Mexico.

Ă&#x152; FLIGHT INCLUDED

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&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152; CANCUN VIA CHICHEN ITZA Feeling refreshed from a dip in the cenotes, you'll arrive in Cancun. Partying, snorkeling & beach fun are all on the cards during your time in this thrill seekers paradise. A day trip to see Mayan ruins & island hopping will take you further afield. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) â&#x20AC;˘ Swim in a cenote â&#x20AC;˘ Guided tour of Chichen Itza F Snorkeling & zipline adventure

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PUERTO VALLARTA 2

Tequila

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1 MERIDA

Chichen Itza

San Miguel de Allende

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MEXICO CITY MEXICO

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Nightstops Mini-coach, van Plane

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2019/20

2019

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End Jan 22 Feb 19



75

75

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/mexico-grande. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$835. Start Puerto Vallarta 7:00am & end Cancun approx. 11:00am. O Trip spends Xmas in Cancun. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Travelers will join you for sections of this trip, wait till you meet all the fun people ready for adventure!


LATIN AMERICA 2019-21

CONTIKI.COM/MEXICAN-FIESTA

IN-DEPTH EXPLORER

MEXICAN FIESTA 8

FROM

US$1475 US$185 *

10 INCLUDED MEALS

7Â nights twin-share hotel accommodation

*

PER DAY

COUNTRY

7 NIGHTS

SMALL GROUP TRIP

FROM

1

DAYS

NEW & IMPROVED

7 breakfasts (B) 3 dinners (D)

4.4 RATING

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Jungle Ziplining F Pirate Show & Dinner Cruise F Hot Air Ballooning

â&#x20AC;¢ Visit a Tequila Distillery â&#x20AC;¢ Cruise on a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;trajineraâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; & discover Xochimilco â&#x20AC;¢ Tour the pyramids of Teotihuacan

An experienced Trip Manager & Driver team, Modern, air-conditioned mini-coach

The one that gives you a taste of Mexico, exploding with color, charm and culture &#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152; MEXICO CITY See-ya Guanajuato! Time to head to the bustling beauty of Mexico City, but not before stopping in San Miguel Allende, a gorgeous colonial town famed for its baroque Spanish architecture & neo-gothic charm. Once in Mexico City, we'll marvel at floating gardens & kick back on a Trajinera boat, with a visit to the City of Palaces thrown into the mix. Want to do something seriously special? Our early

#MEXICANFIESTA

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO

morning hot air ballooning Add-On over Teotihuacan is one of those pinch yourself moments you'll never, ever forget. Hotel (B)(B)(B,D) â&#x20AC;¢ Guided tour of Teotihuacan â&#x20AC;¢ Hot Air Ballooning &#;Ã&#x152;/':+%1%+6; It's been a wild ride in paradise, but all good things must come to an end as our trip draws to a close this morning. (B) END 11AM MEXICO CITY

GUANAJUATO, MEXICO @alex_brooks01

START 7AM PUERTO VALLARTA

&#;5Ã&#x152;Ã&#x152; PUERTO VALLARTA Welcome to Puerto Vallarta. As one of the more popular beach towns in the Mexican Riviera, you'll have the option of chilling poolside as well as getting to know the electric downtown bar scene. Hotel (D)(B) F Jungle Ziplining F Pirate show & dinner cruise &#;Ã&#x152; GUADALAJARA Saying farewell to Puerto Vallarta, we'll head inland towards the gorgeous Guadalajara, but not before stopping in a little town that goes by the name of

Tequila. We're here (you guessed it) for a tour of an authentic Tequila Distillery. Surrounded by fields of Blue Agave, we'll learn all about this invigorating spirit, and why it means so much to the region. Finally, we're on our way to Guadalajara, where even more exciting times await. Hotel (B) â&#x20AC;¢ Visit a Tequila Distillery

I fell in love with Mexico and Mexico's beautiful culture & traditions.

MEXICO

GUANAJUATO

START

PUERTO 2 VALLARTA

&#;Ã&#x152; GUANAJUATO Spend this afternoon exploring the winding streets & subterranean passageways of this UNESCO World Heritage city. Later, see the cast iron & glass Hidalgo Market where you'll have a chance to shop for local sweet treats. Hotel (B,D)

Tequila

Devany Smith

1 1

GUADALAJARA

San Miguel de Allende

3

END

MEXICO CITY

Places visited Nightstops

1

Mini-coach, van

HOW MUCH & WHEN

US$1475

Start Dec 16  2020 Jan 13 Feb 10

US$1475

End Dec 23 Jan 20 Feb 17

Start Mar 9 Apr 13 May4 May18 Jun 1

US$1475

End Mar 16 Apr 20 May11 May25 Jun 8

Start Jun 22 Jul 6 Jul 27 Aug 17 Sep 14

US$1475

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Start Oct 12 Nov 9 Nov 30 Dec 14

End Oct 19 Nov 16 Dec 7 Dec 21

2021

End Aug 26 Sep 23 Oct 21 Nov 18 Dec 9

2020

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2019/20

2019

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End Jan 18 Feb 15



US$1475

US$1475

Prices above are land only & do not include airfares. Need Flights? See contiki.com/flights for great deals from the USA to & from all the start/end cities in this brochure. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$495. Start Puerto Vallarta 7:00am & end Mexico City approx. 11:00am. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: This trip is part of a bigger picture - our 12Â day Mexico Grande trip. When you jump aboard this trip, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be joining a group of other travelers who have been traveling on this trip. Wait until you see the warm welcome youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive as a new addition to the group.


LATIN AMERICA 2019-21

CONTIKI.COM/YUCATAN

080 081

YUCATĂ N HIGHLIGHTS

THE DETAILS

6

1

DAYS

US$1165

*

COUNTRY

5 NIGHTS

7 INCLUDED MEALS

5Â nights twin-share hotel accommodation

INCLUDED ESSENTIALS

5 breakfasts (B) 2 dinners (D)

US$195

*

PER DAY

4.2 RATING

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

FREE TIME ADD-ONS F Cenote snorkeling & off-track adventure

â&#x20AC;˘ Tour the pyramids of Teotihuacan â&#x20AC;˘ Turn back the clock at the ancient ruins of Chichen Itza

SMALL GROUP TRIP

An experienced Trip Manager & Driver team, Modern, air-conditioned mini-coach, 1Â internal flight & transfer

FROM

The one that gives you Mayan heritage sites & sun-soaked beaches

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO

&#;Ă&#x152;%#0%70 It's been a wild ride in paradise, but all good things must come to an end as our trip draws to a close this morning. (B) END 11AM CANCUN

TEOTIHUACAN PYRAMIDS, MEXICO @katielocock

START 7AM MEXICO CITY

&#;Ă&#x152;/':+%1%+6; Welcome to Mexico City! Aztec temples, the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, tacos, & a Local Guide awaits. Later, it's back to Mexico City for some down time before heading out for a night on the town. Hotel (D)

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FLIGHT INCLUDED

MEXICO

Teagan Ball

END

CANCUN 3

1

MERIDA START

&#;Ă&#x152;/'4+&# Slowing it down after the thrill of Mexico City, you'll have a walking tour of Merida's sights, fueled by the delicacies of the local Yucatan cuisine. A meander through the markets will give you an opportunity to stock up on souvenirs. Hotel (B)

MEXICO CITY 1

1

Nightstops Mini-coach, van Plane

HOW MUCH & WHEN

75

Start Dec 22 O  2020 Jan 19 Feb 16

75

End Dec 27 Jan 24 Feb 21

Start Mar 15 Apr 19 May10 May24 Jun 7

US$1165

End Mar 20 Apr 24 May15 May29 Jun 12

Start Jun 28 Jul 12 Aug 2 Aug 23 Sep 20

US$1165

End Jul 3 Jul 17 Aug 7 Aug 28 Sep 25

Start Oct 18 Nov 15 Dec 6 Dec 20

End Oct 23 Nov 20 Dec 11 Dec 25

2021

End Aug 30 Sep 27 Oct 25 Nov 22 Dec 13

2020

Start Aug 25 Sep 22 Oct 20 Nov 17 Dec 8

2019/20

2019

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End Jan 22 Feb 19



US$1165

US$1165

The above prices are accurate as of March 28th, 2019 & include internal airfares. For up-to-date pricing please go to contiki.com/yucatan. Included Flights: This trip includes flights as specified on the map as part of the trip price. Please see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Airfaresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on p.82 for important info. *Prices above are based on twin-share. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re traveling solo, we can pair you with a same-sex roommate at no extra charge. Single room supplement add US$459. Start Mexico City 7:00am & end Cancun approx. 11:00am. O Trip spends Xmas in Cancun. For departure points & stay longer accommodation options see contiki.com/staylonger. For travel insurance see p.82. Note: This trip is part of a bigger picture - our 12Â day Mexico Grande trip. When you jump aboard this trip, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be joining a group of other travelers who have been traveling on this trip. Wait until you see the warm welcome youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive as a new addition to the group.

#YUCATANHIGHLIGHTS

&#;5Ă&#x152;Ă&#x152;%#0%70 Feeling refreshed from a dip in the cenotes, you'll arrive in Cancun. Partying, snorkeling & beach fun are all on the cards during your time in this thrill seekers paradise. A day trip to see Mayan ruins & island hopping will take you further afield. Hotel (B)(B,D)(B) F Snorkeling and zipline adventure

CANCUN, MEXICO

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THE NUMBERS

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BEFORE YOU BOOK WHAT’S INCLUDED THE ESSENTIALS All accommodation, transportation (like speedy internal flights, and comfy private, air-conditioned mini-coaches) and a good handful of meals, are included in the cost of your Contiki trip (we offer breakfast every day, plus a cherry-picked selection of local, fresh and tasty meals). We also include our Included Experiences, which are basically the sights and activities we think you just can’t afford to miss. And then of course you also get our expert and highly trained dream-team of Contiki staff; our Trip Managers and Drivers, and English-speaking Local Guides.

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED Flights, airport transfers or ferries to and from your start and end destination are not included in the cost of your trip. We also keep a number of meal times free for you to explore a region and its foodie offerings in greater detail, so budgeting for non-catered meals is important. In terms of activities, we also offer Free Time Add-Ons, which are not included in the overall price. Travel insurance and visas are also not included in the cost of your trip, and need to be booked separately. Payment of the Reciprocity Tax in Argentina, Chile & Bolivia for some nationalities – check with your embassy for more information. Departure Tax at airports & border crossing fees in some destinations – see price panels for applicable trips. Galapagos National Park Fee of US$100 (must be paid in cash). Ecuador INGALA Fee of US$20. Ecuador Isabela Island Fee of US$10.

AIRFARES Flights as specified on individual trip itineraries are included as part of the price. As detailed within our Booking Conditions (p.83) under ‘General’ we rely on international conventions regarding air travel & other transportation as specified. Through enrollment & payment for your trip you acknowledge & accept such. Individual electronic tickets may not be issued to you prior to travel due to the group nature of the air/flight booking. In such circumstances you acknowledge that by receipt of any applicable boarding pass &/or by boarding the aircraft you have accepted the airline’s terms & conditions of travel & the application of all relevant International Conventions & applicable national & international law governing air transportation.

VISA REQUIREMENTS Visas are super important and depending on your nationality you may require a visa to enter countries in Latin America. You are responsible for obtaining all necessary visas prior to the departure of your trip. Contact your travel agent (if applicable) to determine if you require a visa and how to get it. Your passport will need to be valid for at least six months after your arrival. Without enough validity, authorities may deny your entry into a country, even if you’re only staying for a short while.

IMPORTANT

1. Visas can take up to six weeks & a fee is normally charged. 2. Failure to obtain all necessary visas could cause you to miss part of your trip & will result in you incurring considerable expense & inconvenience. 3. It is better to apply for all visas through your travel agent or local consular services before you leave home. 4. It is very important that the entry & exit dates are correct on the visa. Your travel agent will contact Contiki for full details. Please note: Regular passport checks are common throughout Latin America. It’s essential that when you book your trip that you provide the passport details for the passport you will be traveling with.

TRAVEL INSURANCE DO I NEED TRAVEL INSURANCE? A simple one - yes. It’s strongly recommended that you take out travel insurance to cover the likes of cancellation, personal injury, medical expenses and loss of personal property. It’s also super important to check that your insurance covers all of the activities you’ll be partaking in, particularly any adventure activities for all you adrenaline junkies. Visit contiki.com/insurance for more information on this.

SLEEPING WHERE WILL I STAY? Our hotel accommodation is always twin-share (except in some Unique Special Stays, jungle lodges, tents, hostels & overnight trains), staying in superior tourist class hotels, many of which are centrally located, with great facilities. Twin-share is 2 people sharing, either traveling together or as a same-sex room match. We also offer upgrades to single rooms for a supplement. Please note that on rare occasions the availability of single rooms at some hotels can be limited. There is WiFi at most hotel accommodation so you can gram/snap/ chat to your heart’s content. Note: On occasion, due to reasons outside our control, alternative hotels may be used. While it is always our intention to use hotels of a similar standard & location, no liability can be accepted for any variation of either. WiFi is not available at remote Special Stays.

TRIPS WITHIN TRIPS You may notice on some of our trips that some groups join and leave at different stages. That’s because we offer shorter trips within a larger itinerary, giving greater choice & flexibility so our travelers can choose when they start their trip and how long they travel for. You can check what trips are part of a bigger trip in the fine print on the actual trip page.

CONTIKI GLOSSARY

VISIT Your trip includes a stop and you’ll get the opportunity to visit a specific site. SEE/VIEW You will drive/pass by the site so that you can see it. SIGHTSEEING TOUR A guided tour of a city or site. ORIENTATION TOUR Places of interest are pointed out, allowing you to go and explore them in your own time.

MAKING YOUR BOOKING WHAT IS YOUR CANCELLATION POLICY? We get that sometimes plans change unexpectedly, so our cancellation policy offers you absolute flexibility and comes in two parts: The Freedom Guarantee policy ensures that even if your travel plans change, you’ll never miss out or be charged fees for changing your booking. If you want to change the dates of your trip, swap onto another trip or even change your trip for a different region entirely, that’s all possible, without incurring fees*.

FLEXDEPOSIT FlexDeposit is a policy you automatically get once you’ve paid a deposit on any Contiki trip, and works as credit towards a future Contiki adventure, ensuring your deposit money isn’t lost if you can’t travel on your original trip as intended. FlexDeposit can be used up until your 36th birthday, after which time it can then be transferred for use with any other travel brand within The Travel Corporation family of brands. It can also be gifted to a friend within 5 years of the original booking date. * You can find out more about both policies in the T&C’s on p.83 & by visiting: contiki.com/freedomguarantee

you can be safe in the knowledge that you are getting the best deal when booking one of our Add-Ons. Look out for the F symbol on our trip pages for the Add-Ons available on each trip. These will also be listed in your travel documents.

HOW DO I PAY FOR FREE TIME ADD-ONS? Payment for your Free Time Add-Ons is made direct to your Trip Manager on your trip. You can choose to pay in cash (local currency) or US$. Some Free Time Add-Ons can be pre-booked at the time of booking your Contiki adventure to ensure you don’t miss out. Check with your travel agent or Contiki for details. Your TM will take you through all of the available options at the start of your trip.

MONEY WHAT WILL I NEED MONEY FOR ON TRIP? In terms of spending money, you’ll need to budget for the following: • Any meals (normally lunches and dinners) that are not included. If you search for your trip at contiki. com, you’ll be able to see the total number of meals included in the cost of your trip. • Any Free Time Add-Ons you would like to do on your trip. • Any additional sightseeing you plan on doing in your Free Time, that is not covered either by our Included Experiences or Free Time Add-Ons. • Any additional personal expenses. This includes alcohol, shopping, and any evening entertainment not included. Note: It’s a good idea to let your bank know you’re traveling & check if there is a daily transaction limit, so you always have access to money when you need it.

CONTIKI+ Been on a Contiki before? Welcome back! You’re a part of Contiki+, and that means you’re eligible for 5%* off trips around the world! We’ve even wrangled deals for you across all our TTC sister brands (ttc.com). *Check out contiki.com/deals for all the details.

NO COMPULSORY TIPPING REWARD ONLY EXCELLENCE! Within Latin America, in service industries tipping is common practice. All other tipping is entirely optional, and not an expectation. If you feel your Contiki Team has delivered an outstanding level of service throughout your trip you may wish to tip them, but this is at your discretion, no one else’s.

HEALTH DO I NEED VACCINATIONS FOR LATIN AMERICA? At the time this brochure went to press (March, 2019) the following immunizations are recommended for travelers in Latin America by the CDC (The Centre for Disease Control): Travelers should be up to date with their routine vaccinations: Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR) Diphtheria/Pertussis/Tetanus (DPT), Poliovirus etc. Recommended for Argentina, Bolivia, Belize, Brazil, Guatemala & Peru: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid & Rabies. Malaria & Yellow Fever are also an issue in Puerto Maldonado, Rio de Janeiro, Tena, Napo, Tayrona National Park and Iguassu Falls. You should consult your local doctor or travel agent on what vaccinations &/or preventative medicines would be required. Many countries such as Costa Rica and Bolivia require a yellow fever vaccination if you are traveling from a country where yellow fever exists. A yellow fever vaccination is required for Tayrona National Park.Please be sure to check the requirements for each country Don’t forget to bring with you any medication that you may require en route such as antihistamines, antibiotics, etc

CONTIKI’S TRAVEL PROTECTION PLAN PROVIDING YOU WITH “ANY REASON” CANCELLATION FLEXIBILITY: Contiki Travel Protection - designed with the following: PRICED AT: TRIPS UP TO $2,000 - $129 PER PERSON. PRICED AT: TRIPS UP TO $2,001 - $3,500: $169 PER PERSON. PRICED AT: TRIPS UP TO $3,501 - $5,000: $179 PER PERSON. PRICED AT: TRIPS UP TO $5,001 OR GREATER: $199 PER PERSON. NOTE: Prices are subject to change without notice. TRIP CANCELATION WAIVER - non-insurance feature provided by Contiki * The Trip Cancellation Waiver offers guests the opportunity to receive a refund from Contiki for the otherwise non-refundable trip costs prepaid to Contiki if you need to cancel due to illness, injury, death, subpoena, jury duty, job transfer and more. * For Minnesota, Missouri and New York residents, Trip Cancellation benefits are underwritten by Arch Insurance Company. “Any Reason” Cancellation Waiver – non-insurance feature provided by Contiki If you purchase Travel Protection you will receive the “Any Reason” Cancellation Waiver allows you to cancel your trip 24 hours or more before your scheduled departure for any reason that is not eligible under the Trip Cancellation Waiver provisions. When a cancellation that is not eligible under the Trip Cancellation Waiver provisions occurs during a penalty period, your cancellation penalty will be refunded in Contiki Travel Certificates, with the balance of the refund made either in cash or by credit card credit. Notice to Minnesota, Missouri and New York residents: The “Any Reason” Cancellation Waiver may be purchased separately from the Travel Insurance Benefits. Contact 1-888-722-2195 for details. TRAVEL INSURANCE BENEFITS - Underwritten by Arch Insurance Company** Trip Interruption: Up to Total Trip Cost. Trip Delay: Up to $1,000 ($150/day). Baggage Protection: Up to $2,500. Baggage Delay: Up to $500. Medical Expense: Up to $100,000. Emergency Evacuation/Repatriation: Up to $50,000. Accidental Death and Dismemberment: $25,000. Air Flight Accidental Death and Dismemberment: $100,000 ** Travel Insurance Benefits are underwritten by Arch Insurance Company, with administrative offices in Jersey City, NJ (NAIC #11150) under Policy Form series LTP 2013 and applicable amendatory endorsements. This is a brief overview of the coverages. Subject to terms, conditions and exclusions. This is a general overview of insurance benefits available. Coverages may vary in certain states and not all benefits are available in all jurisdictions. Please refer to your certificate of benefits or policy of insurance for detailed terms, conditions and exclusions that apply. WORLDWIDE EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE - noninsurance services provided by On Call International CareFree™ Travel Assistance, Medical Assistance, and Emergency Services – services available 24/7 This plan provides insurance coverage that applies only during the covered trip. You may have coverage from other sources that provides you with similar benefits but may be subject to different restrictions depending upon your other coverages. You may wish to compare the terms of this policy with your existing life, health, home and automobile policies. If you have any questions about your current coverage, call your insurer, insurance agent or broker. The above information is a summary –– we have highlighted just a few of the plan benefits. If you have any Travel Protection questions, please call our plan administrator at 1-866-580-4871. You may also view your policy details online at https:// affinitytravelcert.com/docs/ctp TPR_041718p BROCHURE AUTHENTICITY We have put a great deal of effort into producing this brochure. The information given & literature produced by Contiki has been compiled with care & is published in good faith (this includes contiki.com & our ebrochures). Sometimes, because of circumstances outside our control, we have to alter some activities due to seasonal closing or repairs to buildings, etc., especially early or late in the season. If this happens, alternatives will be arranged. PHOTOGRAPHY CREDITS Photos courtesy of © Vista Villas, Playa Tamarindo, Costa Rica p.14 Villas. Photos courtesy of © Eurotel Providencia, Santiago de Chile p.15 hotel room. Photos courtesy of © Hotel Las Farolas, Antigua, Guatemala p.15 hotel room. Photos courtesy of © Hotel Espadilla, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica p.15 hotel room. Photos courtesy of © Hotel Antigua Miraflores, Antigua p.15 hotel room. Photos courtesy of © Hacienda Buenaventura, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico p.55 hotel pool. Photos courtesy of © Hotel Espadilla, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica p.55 hotel room. Photos courtesy of © Colombia Tourist Board/Calles, Cartagena; Cortesia Mario Carvajal www.mariocarvajal.com p.56 street view. Colombia Tourist Board/Ciudad Perdida, Foto Charly Boillot p.56 Ciudad Perdida. Colombia Tourist Board Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona, Cortesía Charly Boillot p.56 beach. Colombia Tourist Board/Plaza Mayor, Medellin, Cortesía Sebastian Sanint p.56 street view. Colombia Tourist Board/Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona, Cortesía Charly Boillot p.58 beach. Colombia Tourist Board/Cortesía Bureau de Medellín, Medellín. Travel p.58 cable cart. Colombia Tourist Board/Museo El Castillo, Medellín, Cortesía Sebastian Sanint p.58 Museo El Castillo. Colombia Tourist Board/Valle del Cocora, Foto www.ssanint.com p.58.

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PACKING HOW MUCH LUGGAGE CAN I BRING?

• For our Latin America trips, luggage is restricted to one decent sized, non-expanding suitcase, approximately 29” × 20” × 10” (73 x 50 x 25cm) with a maximum weight of 20kg/44lbs. Plus one small hand/day bag that can be used as an overnight bag (see below). • Contiki reserves the right to refuse to accept larger suitcases on a trip. • Baggage is carried at the owner’s risk & baggage insurance is strongly recommended. Remember, if your trip includes a flight you are also subject to airline baggage restrictions. • Contiki is not responsible for any costs incurred for overweight or additional luggage . Important: Every Contiki trip to Peru includes a train journey round-trip to Machu Picchu Pueblo where we overnight. The train operators have strict baggage allowances. You are allowed to carry a day pack/ backpack as hand luggage that weighs no more than 11lbs/5kg & with a maximum size of 62 linear inches/157cm (length + height + width). Perurail will charge for excess baggage. A daypack/backpack of approx 26L capacity is suggested. Contiki will store your main luggage at our Cusco hotel during this time. • For the Lost City Trek you will need to bring a backpack to carry your belongings. Your main bags will be stored at the hotel in Santa Marta. • For the Ultimate Inca Trail 4 day trek, a small day bag is recommended for the day hikes, with travelers being provided with an additional duffle bag for overnight essentials. This duffel will be carried by our porters. You will receive a full packing list in your travel documents. Note: Travelers will require a sleeping bag for the 4 day trek, these can be rented in Cusco.

NOW THAT YOU’VE BOOKED

REGISTER AT MY CONTIKI

Just like you, we want your trip to run as smoothly as possible, so before you travel, make sure you register your details online at My Contiki. Look out for this icon at contiki.com to sign up. This only takes a few minutes and means we’ll have info on: • Your personal details, including your email address and phone number. Your emergency contact info and travel insurance details, just in case we need it. • Any dietary requirements you may have. • You’ll also need to make sure your trip is paid in full 45 days prior to departure. You’ll also find out where your Contiki Trip will start and exactly what accommodation you’ll be staying in. You’ll be able to see & download your docs approx. 21 days before your trip departure, saving time & trees (we even plant one for every traveler that select eDocs!). Visit contiki.com/mycontiki

FREE TIME ADD-ONS ARE FREE TIME ADD-ON ACTIVITIES INCLUDED IN THE COST OF MY TRIP? No, these experiences are an additional cost and are not included in the price of your Contiki trip. However, thanks to our long-standing relationships with suppliers,

SAFETY INFORMATION

Security is a major concern to all of us and the situation globally is constantly changing. Events around the world, coupled with the “Travel Advisories” put out by various governments, may at times necessitate changes to the accommodations and itinerary or even trip cancellation. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for further information in this regard. You must accept these risks involved in travel to any country that may experience security difficulties and accept responsibility for your own travel decisions.

ACCEPTANCE OF RISK

It’s important that you acknowledge that at times traveling on a Contiki Latin America trip may be more adventurous & presents greater challenges than your normal daily life. The civil infrastructure, medical facilities, transportation, telecommunications & accommodation standards may not be what you are used to. Cleanliness & hygiene standards also vary. As such there is some degree of personal risk inherent in traveling Latin America & as a Contiki traveler you accept this.

BOOKING SECURITY

Contiki has been running trips for young people since 1962 & is a member of the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA). USTOA includes all the major tour operators who are financially bonded for your security & who maintain the highest standards. Contiki is also a member of the National Tour Association (NTA) & the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA). With the guarantees of these organizations, you know your vacation & money are secure with Contiki.


BOOKING CONDITIONS

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1. YOUR TRIP RESERVATION On receipt of your deposit, subject to availability and at our discretion, Contiki will reserve your place on your selected trip. A contract is only made between you and us upon your booking being confirmed and accepted by us and our communication thereof to either you or your travel agent. 2. PRICE GUARANTEE a) Trip Prices: Are based on costs, tariffs, taxes, charges, levies and exchange rates as of February 26th, 2019. Should these change, the price of your trip may increase. If the total price increases by more than 10%, you may cancel, without penalty, within 3 DAYS after we notify you of the increase. Except as explained below, we will not increase the price of your land trip after we receive your full deposit for your land trip. In exchange for this guarantee, no refund will be made if the cost factors described above are reduced. We reserve the right to recoverage from any increases in cruise line imposed fuel surcharges and in taxes, charges or levies imposed by any government or its agencies. b) Airline Fuel Surcharges, Air-related Taxes, Fees & Restrictions, & Levies Imposed by any Government or its Agencies: As noted above, all quoted land and air prices include airline fuel surcharges and Air-Related Taxes and Fees, applicable as of February 26th, 2019. However, if you are notified of the potential for a price increase and we have received your written or verbal consent prior to accepting any payment, we reserve the right to recover from any increases in those surcharges. Any additional fees charged by the airlines, such as baggage handling, seat selections, and/or any other services are the sole responsibility of the passenger(s). Additional air-related restrictions apply. See section 4.3 for details. 3. IF WE CANCEL OR CHANGE YOUR TRIP 3.1 Contiki reserves the right to change or cancel any trip departure in accordance with operating requirements or circumstances beyond its control. 3.2 If a cancelation is made any time prior to the trip departure*, Contiki’s only liability will be to refund you the amount it has received for the booking. Contiki will try and re-book the same or a similar trip and, where flights have been confirmed by Contiki, will attempt to confirm air seats for the new date selected, subject to availability. Contiki is not liable for any changes, amendment or cancelation penalties incurred on any other travel arrangements purchased separately. 3.3 If an alternative trip is not available or acceptable you will be entitled to either a full refund of monies paid by you to us or transfer to another Contiki trip without payment of any transfer fee. *Please Note: The start date constitutes the date indicated on Contiki’s invoice. If you do not join the trip on the start date then cancelation fees will be 100%. 3.4 If the change or cancelation is due to force majeure (i.e. circumstances like political unrest, war or threat of war, riots, civil strife, closure of airports or ports, industrial disputes, terrorist activity, natural and nuclear disasters, fire, epidemic health risk, Acts of God, adverse weather conditions or other similar events beyond Contiki’s control) we will give a full refund of any monies paid to us less reasonable expenses incurred by us in respect to your booking. 3.5 Contiki is not responsible for the costs of any other travel arrangements affected due to our cancelations or rescheduling of any trip departure. 4. TRIP DETAILS AND CONDITIONS 4.1 The information in our brochure is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of going to print (March, 2019) but we cannot guarantee that any item or amenity mentioned will be available, especially where we have no direct control over it. 4.2 With respect to Contiki’s touring program Contiki will do our best, at our discretion, to select accommodations, sightseeing trips and transportation to give you good value for your money. 4.3 Contiki constantly strives to improve trip itineraries and features. If such improvements can be made, or unforeseen circumstances beyond our control make changes necessary, we reserve the right to vary itineraries and to substitute hotels. Contiki is not responsible for any other travel arrangements affected due to our cancelations. 4.4 Any special meal requirements will be made on a request basis only. Contiki cannot guarantee special meal requests nor will assume any responsibility or liability if travelers special meal requests are not fulfilled. 4.5 We reserve the right to alter or substitute the type, size of vehicle and/or the style of transport mentioned in the brochure, resulting in occasionally having to utilise transport without some of the features promoted including WiFi & power outlets. 5. LIABILITY 5.1 Contiki is responsible for properly arranging and conducting your trip. 5.2 As a Trip Operator, Contiki makes arrangements with carriers, hoteliers and other independent suppliers to provide you with some or all of the travel services you purchase. These parties are independent suppliers over whom Contiki has no direct control. Unless caused by its own negligence, Contiki is not responsible for and accepts no liability in respect to any claims, losses, damages, costs or expenses arising out of: a) personal injury, sickness, disease, accident or death, however caused, including without limitation, where same results from your conduct on trip. b) loss or damage to or delay of baggage or other property unless resulting from Contiki’s negligence in which case Contiki’s liability shall be limited to the actual loss but in no event would exceed the total trip cost. c) delays and loss as a result of government action, weather, mechanical breakdown, equipment failure, labor disputes, sickness, acts of war, insurrection, terrorism, Acts of God or any other causes beyond Contiki’s direct control. Contiki cannot be responsible for interruption of air carrier service due to airline default. d) acts or omissions, whether negligent or otherwise, of suppliers of services or their personnel (including, without limitation, transportation and accommodation services) or of any other person or body unless such a person or body is employed by us, or is an agent of ours, and is acting within the scope of his or her authority. In no event is Contiki liable for the acts or omissions of independent third party contractors or of its own employees or agents acting outside the scope of their duties. e) loss of enjoyment, upset, disappointment, distress or frustration, whether physical or mental, resulting from any of the following: (i) any matter or topic described in sub-paragraphs (a) to (d) inclusive above. (ii) your failure to obtain the necessary documentation to travel. (iii) your failure to arrive on time for initial departure or for connections within the trip or to stay within or join your trip at any time after initial departure. (iv) your leaving the trip prior to its completion. (v) the need for Contiki to change itineraries or substitute accommodations or services, provided that Contiki makes every effort to supply the most comparable services and accommodations available. (vi) cancelation of the trip by Contiki provided that a full refund of all monies paid is made to you. (vii) Many of our activities are action and adventure orientated. Sports and similar activities inherently involve risks of injury greater than those that would be encountered if you were not participating in such, and therefore, by voluntarily taking part in any sports or other such activities, you thereby acknowledge and assume any of the risks inherent therein. In the absence of negligence on our part, or on the part of our agents and representatives, neither we nor they accept any responsibility for, and shall not be liable for, any injury, illness, damage, loss, accident, expense, delay or any other irregularity resulting from your participation in any of the activities made available to you. (viii) We take every reasonable precaution possible to assure your comfort, safety, and enjoyment while you are taking part in a Contiki trip. Contiki trips are for young 18-35 year old travelers who are in good health. A change of climate, food, time and varied cultural habits often affects travelers differently. We therefore recommend that you advise your doctor that you are taking one of our trips and ask if he or she recommends anything for your trip, even for something as seemingly benign as an upset stomach. Since the brands of any medication to which you are accustomed may be unavailable in places to which you are traveling, we recommend you bring your own supply of any medication you will require and carry such medication in your hand luggage. Prescription drugs should be carried in the original labeled bottles. Should you fall ill during your Contiki trip, we will make every reasonable effort to make prompt, sanitary, safe and proper medical care available to you. However, if at anytime or anywhere treatments of any sort are suggested to you that do not meet your needs or expectations, you should not hesitate to contact your own doctor. Also, please note that the same sorts of activities that can expose you to certain types of diseases at home can just as easily expose you to those same diseases abroad. This information is provided only for your convenience and we are not responsible or liable for any damages resulting from your failure to confirm or ascertain health information or medical precaution, if any, for the places which you will be visiting. (ix) Contiki is responsible for taking care to arrange and conduct your trip properly. With you in mind, we have accepted applications from and interviewed numerous potential employees, and then we select only those people whom we believe in our best judgement would be responsible and congenial, Trip Managers, Representatives

and Drivers. Although we firmly believe, based on personal interviews and certain disclosures made to us by our employees, that all of our employees enjoy excellent health, we, like other trip operators, are legally unable to confirm this in most, if not all, instances.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

1. BOOKING YOUR TRIP 1.1 In order to reserve your trip, a deposit of US$200, per person per trip, or the full amount payable if booking is made within 45 days of departure, must be submitted to Contiki by you in respect of that trip. This payment is in addition to any deposit required by your travel agent. The deposit is accepted as a first installment of the trip price by Contiki only once the booking has been confirmed in writing by Contiki or your travel agent. If paying by a third-party credit card your Contiki specialist will provide you a third-party authorization form that must be completely filled out and received by Contiki before payment can be received. 1.2 Your land reservation will be confirmed on receipt of a deposit of US$200 per person for the first trip booked and then a deposit of US$200 for second and subsequent trips booked at the time of booking or the reservation will automatically be canceled. 1.3 To reserve your airfare, a non-refundable and non-transferable deposit of US$350 per person is required at time of booking. Once your airfare is confirmed and Contiki has received your air and land deposit, your air-inclusive price is guaranteed. Contiki reserves the right to issue your ticket based upon receipt of your land and air deposit. Any subsequent changes and/or revisions to your airline reservation after receipt of your deposit is subject to revision fees and/or airline-imposed change or cancelation fees. These fees are a minimum of $350, and in some instances may be up to 100% of the ticket price. 1.4 Inca Trail Trek. If you wish to book a trip including the Inca Trail Trek you will be required to make an additional non-refundable deposit at the time of booking. Your Reservations Agent will advise you of the additional amount required. Should Contiki be unable to obtain a trail pass for the date requested your additional deposit will be refunded in full. You will need to provide your passport details at the time of booking & you will need your passport to enter the trail. It is important that the passport information you submit with your application is exactly the same as the passport you will use to travel to Latin America & it must have 6 months validity at the time of travel. If your information changes it can result in a penalty & cancellation of your admission to the trail. No refunds will be given. 1.5 Rio Carnival Sambadrome Ticket. If you book the Argentina & Brazil Highlights with Rio Carnival trip you will be required to make an additional non-refundable deposit at time of booking. Your reservations agent will advise you of the additional amount required. 2. PAYING THE BALANCE 2.1 The balance of the trip price must be paid by no later than 46 days before your scheduled trip departure date which shall be by the due date stated on the confirmation issued to you by Contiki. 2.2 Air Payment: Payment in full for your airfare booked in conjunction with your Contiki trip may be required at time of booking. The Department of Transportation now requires Contiki to inform you of the following conditions. The package price is subject to change until it has been paid in full. When this happens, it is usually the result of increases in fuel surcharges and or government taxes. You must consent to the possibility that, until you pay for your package in full, your price could go up. Once you have paid in full we would only pass along increases in government taxes if applicable at that time. Bookings made directly with Contiki have 7 days from when the first invoice is sent to cancel the booking and request a refund, provided that the booking is still 45 days before trip start date. Bookings made through a travel agent are subject to standard booking conditions and do not qualify for a refund. 2.3 If payment isn’t made by the due date, Contiki may assume that you have canceled and cancelation charges in accordance with clause 3 below will be levied by Contiki. 2.4 Tickets and other documents won’t be forwarded until full payment and required information are received by Contiki. 2.5 In the case of bookings made within 45 days of start date, full payment is due at the time of booking. Many of our Latin America trips have internal flights included. When booking within 45 days the price of those flights may have changed. Contiki reserves the right to charge the difference in fare. 2.6 Contiki reserves the right to cancel the booking and apply cancelation charges should payments not be received within the above specified periods. It is your responsibility to ensure you meet your payment deadlines. 2.7 Travel documents will be emailed to you approximately 21 days prior to trip start date* (providing full payment has been received). 3. IF YOU CANCEL 3.1 Freedom Guarantee/FlexDeposit: We know that travel plans can change. If you need to cancel for any reason, your deposit will remain secure until you’re ready to use it. Or if you can’t go, your deposit value is also transferable, so you can gift your deposit at no extra cost. The value of the original deposit can be applied towards booking a new trip. The original deposit refers to the trip deposit only and excludes any additional deposits such as Inca Trail, or flights. Any monies already refunded are not applicable. The FlexDeposit will be applied as a discount on the final payment of your new trip. The amount allowed to be redeemed is equal to the original deposit amount paid. In the case of multiple deposits due to back-to-back trips, only one deposit amount can be credited per trip, they cannot be combined. However multiple trips can be booked using multiple FlexDeposits. Valid on all Contiki trips 7 days or longer. Offer is valid until the traveler turns 36. i.e fitting within Contiki’s age limit as per Contiki’s booking conditions. After turning 36 years of age, the FlexDeposit can be used with one of our sister brands, get inspired here www. ttc.com/brands/. Deposit can also be gifted to family or friends. To gift to family or friend you must email confirmation to Contiki stating the nominated name. Gifting only valid within 5 calendar years of the original booking. (eg canceled in 2014, valid on trips up to end of 2019). FlexDeposit is not valid on existing bookings, has no cash value, and is non-refundable. FlexDeposit is not combinable with Early Booking Discounts or Last Minute Deals within 120 days of original travel date. 3.2 Notice of cancelation must be made verbally and will not be accepted via email or fax so that we can verify traveler identity. 3.3 Each traveler must call to cancel their own portion and cannot cancel another traveler on their behalf even if booked on the same reservation. Refunds will only be issued to the credit card holder(s) that made the payment(s). 3.4 The following scale of charges will apply when notice of cancelation, is given after booking is confirmed: PERIOD OF NOTICE* PERIOD OF NOTICE ..............................................................................CANCELATION FEE 46 days or more .........................................................$200 See FlexDeposit* (Section 3.1) 45-22 days .................................................................................................25% of trip price 21-8 days....................................................................................................50% of trip price 7-1 days......................................................................................................75% of trip price Day of departure.......................................................................................100% of trip price Extra night hotel accommodations or additional services such as airport transfers that are canceled within 14 days of booked date will incur 100% cancelation fee. Outside 14 days, the following fees will be charged with a minimum $30 fee applied. 45-22 days .............................................................................................................................25% 21-15 days .............................................................................................................................30%

NB: Please note, Latin America trips including internal flights have a different cancellation fee policy due to internal flight ticketing timeframes & ground transportation confirmations. These must be booked well in advance in order to secure high quality services that adhere to our strict safety standards. Where the percentage cancelation fee is less than the trip deposit, the cancelation fee will equal loss of deposit. If the reason for cancelation falls within the terms of any trip insurance policy which you hold, then any such charges may, subject to the terms of your insurance policy, be refunded to you by the insurance company. If you have booked a trip including the Inca Trail Trek or Rio Carnival Sambadrome ticket the additional deposit you paid at the time of booking is non-refundable. All cancelation policies valid as at March 28th, 2019, and are subject to change. Final policy will be confirmed at time of booking. AIR ARRANGEMENTS These cancelation charges apply for airline arrangements made by Contiki: Prior to ticketing a service fee of $50 per person plus any airline imposed penalties. After ticketing a service fee of $75 per person plus any airline imposed penalties which may be up to 100% of the air ticket value. 3.5 Any cancelation of additional services booked prior to and after your trip or resort booking, such as pre- and post-accommodations and transfers, that are canceled within 14 days of the trip departure incur a 100% cancelation fee. 3.6 These cancelation fees are in addition to any cancelation fees that may be levied by your Travel Agent. All cancelation policies valid as at March 28th, 2019 and are subject to change. Final policy will be confirmed at time of booking.

3.7 Please note that Contiki is not liable for any cancelation penalties incurred on any other travel arrangements including air tickets purchased separately from the air and land included package. *Please note: the trip start date constitutes the date indicated on Contiki’s confirmation. 4. IF YOU CHANGE YOUR BOOKING 4.1 If after your booking has been confirmed, you wish to change to an alternate departure date of any available trip, you may do so subject to availability. 4.2 If the change is requested outside of 46 days before the original trip departure no fee will be charged. 4.3 A change of booking within 45 days of original trip departure will be treated as a cancelation and normal cancelation fees will apply (as detailed in section 3). However trip deposits can be used as credit to a new trip, see FlexDeposit. 4.4 A name change to a different person will be treated as a cancelation. 4.5 A fee will be charged for any alteration to airline arrangements made by Contiki as per clause 3 5. TRIP DETAILS AND CONDITIONS 5.1 Please read the brochure carefully for those items included in the price. No allowance or refund can be made for meals, accommodations, excursions, etc. that you elect not to take, or when museums, shops, etc are closed. Hotel facilities may vary from place to place. Meals may vary in style. 5.2 You must be aged between 18 & 35 inclusive to travel on Contiki trips. Contiki’s trips are specifically planned for those in the 18-35 age group. Consequently the facilities and activities on a Contiki trip are not appropriate to persons outside this age bracket. If you have a question regarding the age groups, you should discuss this thoroughly with Contiki staff personnel. 5.3 Contiki strives to provide a safe, enjoyable and memorable travel experience for all travelers. Contiki welcomes travelers with disabilities. However, please note the following: • Travelers are required to advise Contiki, in advance, of any physical, medical or other needs that require accommodation. A traveler information form must be completed prior to final payment. • You must ensure you are medically and physically fit for travel. Contiki may impose safety requirements necessary for the safe operation of the trip. Contiki may also exclude an individual from participating in a trip or an activity if that individual’s participation poses a direct threat to health or safety. • Contiki does not provide personal devices (such as wheelchairs, hearing aids or prescription eye glasses) or services of a personal nature (such as pushing a wheelchair or assistance in eating, toileting or dressing). A companion, within the age range of 18-35, capable of providing such assistance must accompany any traveler who requires services of a personal nature. • Contiki does not employ medical personnel. Any necessary medical attention will be provided by a local facility at your expense. Contiki is not responsible or liable for any losses or costs incurred as a result of medical services obtained while on the trip, or for the quality of the care or services received. • You should be aware some trips include rough terrain, extensive walking over cobblestone streets, uneven pavement, steps and locations which may not be easily accessible or accessible by wheelchair. During the trip, Contiki may make arrangements with carriers, hotels and other independent suppliers to provide travel services. These parties are independent entities over which Contiki has no control. Accommodations on international trips may differ from those in the United States. Contiki cannot guarantee disability access or accommodations for travelers traveling on international trips. • Contiki may, in its sole discretion, decline the booking of any traveler or remove any traveler who cannot comply or refuses to comply with Contiki’s terms and conditions. Contiki is not responsible for any costs incurred in the event a traveler is removed from a trip. Travelers agree not to hold Contiki or any of its related entities liable for any actions taken under these terms and conditions. 5.4 You are responsible for all travel arrangements and costs to/from the point of commencement/conclusion of the trip. 5.5 There may be times when the Contiki Trip Manager or Representative has to make a decision in your best interest or the best interests of their group. You agree to comply with the authority and decisions of the appointed Contiki Trip Manager or Representative and the laws of the country in which you are traveling. If you do not so comply or if, in the Contiki Trip Manager’s or Representative’s opinion, you are not compatible with the general enjoyment and well-being of other members on the trip or the smooth operation of the trip itself, we reserve the right to refuse to let you continue with the trip. We do not tolerate the possession or carriage of illegal or restricted substances (drugs). Furthermore, you agree that your fellow travelers and any Contiki Representatives have the right to travel/work in a safe environment. Any threats to their safety, well-being or inappropriate behavior by you, whether verbal or physical, will be taken extremely seriously and may result in the immediate termination of your trip. In either event, you will be responsible for your own repatriation and related costs and have no claims against us. 5.5.1 You are responsible for any costs incurred as a result of damage or excess cleaning fees related to your accommodations. You are advised to immediately report any pre-existing damage in your room to hotel staff and/or a Contiki Trip Manager as soon as it is discovered. 5.6 Where you occupy a motorcoach seat fitted with a safety belt, neither the operator or service providers, agents or co-operating organizations shall be liable for any illness, injury or death or any loss or damages or claims whatsoever arising from any accident or incident, if the safety belt is not being worn at the time of the accident or incident. 5.7 Travel times on our trips vary from day to day depending on the destination. For your comfort we make regular stops and try to keep each section no longer than 3 hours. However, depending on your medical history, some people may be at risk of discomfort or deep vein thrombosis (DVT) if they remain immobile for a long period on a journey. If you have ever had DVT, pulmonary embolism, a family history of clotting conditions, cancer, or treatment for cancer, stroke, heart or lung disease, or if you have had major surgery in the past three months we recommend you consult your doctor before traveling. 5.8 It is your responsibility to have a valid passport and all visas, permits and certificates required for your selected trip before your departure as well as any necessary vaccinations and to comply with all applicable laws. Contiki is not responsible for any costs incurred as a result of failing to obtain necessary visas. Any costs whatsoever regarding obtaining, replacing or changing visas while on the trip (including accommodations, meals, flights and transfers incurred due to associated delays) are at your own expense. 5.9 You agree that our Contiki Trip Managers or Representatives may take photographs and films of you while you are on trip and that these may be used in our Group brochures and/or advertising or publicity material without obtaining any further consent or payment in respect of such photographs and/or films. 5.10 Should you have a complaint in respect to the trip, you should inform the Contiki Representative during the course of the trip and if the matter cannot be resolved after the representative’s best endeavors to do so during the trip, your complaint should be made in writing to Contiki as soon as is reasonably possible after the trip but within 42 days thereof so that your complaint can be investigated. Email complaints to help@ contiki.com. Any claims made after the 42 day period will not be considered by Contiki. If you choose to write to Contiki via the Internet, please provide your home address so that we are able to reply to you in writing. 5.11.1 The agreement arising between the traveler and the Operators under this brochure and the booking made by the traveler shall be governed by the law of the State of California, County of Orange, which shall have exclusive jurisdiction in the case of any dispute between the parties. 5.11.2 If any provision of this contract is held invalid or unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction, that provision shall be deemed to be re-written to give effect to the same purpose within the permitted limits of the law. The validity and enforceability of the other provisions shall not be affected. 5.11.3 If you are unsuccessful in any legal action instituted against us, you agree to pay all our costs, including but not limited to, attorney/traveler costs. 6. TRAVEL INSURANCE Travel insurance is strongly recommended on our trips & we have some of the best deals on rates. Visit contiki.com/insurance. It is strongly recommended that you take out comprehensive insurance coverage for cancelation, personal injury, death, medical expenses, repatriation expenses and evacuation expenses before you travel on a Contiki trip. We strongly recommend your insurance also covers cancelation, personal liability and loss of personal property. Please check that the insurance covers all of the activities that you are going to be participating in. Some policies exclude certain adventure activities. This should be arranged at the time of payment of the deposit and will, in certain circumstances, cover you against loss of deposit or cancelation fees from the date of confirmation of your booking, as shown in the insurance policy. Contiki cannot be held responsible for your failure to take out appropriate insurance. You also agree to indemnify us against all third-party claims, actions, damages and remedies which may be brought against us in respect of your participation in the trip. With the insurance of Aon Affinity we are able to offer comprehensive travel insurance

at group discount rates (see details on p.82). If you wish to have this valuable protection, please advise your Travel Agent to request the insurance and to include the cost of insurance within 14 days of making reservation or before final payment is made, whichever comes first. Please note there will be no travel insurance provided unless you request it from your Travel Agent and the payment is forwarded to Contiki. Complete details of the coverage limitations and exclusions are included with your trip invoice. 7. ILLNESS OR ABSENTEEISM In the event of your withdrawal from a trip after the commencement as a result of illness, you must obtain a medical certificate in support of any insurance claim. No refunds will be made for any absence from the trip. 8. WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED IN THE TRIP PRICE Airfares (unless you purchase a land+air package), air-related taxes and fees passport and visa fees, insurance, laundry, phone calls, beverages, meals not detailed in the itinerary, tips to Trip Managers, representatives, drivers and local guides, items of a personal nature, excess baggage, and optional excursions. For more go to https://www. contiki.com/faq-luggage 9. WEATHER CONDITIONS Under no circumstances can we be held responsible for snow or weather conditions, nor can any trip be canceled or amended by you at any time on the basis of snow or weather conditions. 10. LUGGAGE RESTRICTIONS Luggage is restricted to one reasonable sized, non-expanding suitcase size up to 73cm x 50cm x 25cm (29” x 20” x 10”) and the maximum weight of 44lbs (20 kilos) plus one small hand/day bag that can go on the coach with you. No metal frame backpacks are allowed. Contiki reserves the right to refuse to accept larger suitcases on trip.

GENERAL

1. CONTRACTING PARTIES 1.1 The Booking Conditions detailed herein contain the entire contract between you and Contiki. No representation, term, warranty or condition can be expressed or implied by reference to any other writing, advertisement or conversation. This contract may only be varied in writing by a duly authorized officer or director of Contiki. 1.2 Your contract is with us as the trip operating company. At any time and at our complete discretion we may nominate to you in writing any other company or person to have the benefit of some or all of those provisions of this contract, which we may then specify, as if you had agreed the provisions concerned directly with that company or person in the first place as well as agreeing them with us. We may at our complete discretion assign all or any rights and liabilities arising under or by virtue of this or any other contract with you. 1.3 Transportation companies, airlines etc. are not to be held responsible for any act, omission or event during the time travelers are not on board planes, transportation or conveyances. We rely on international conventions, national and international law, which may apply to the services provided by us, our suppliers or agents with respect to any claim of any nature brought by you against us as a result of the provision of those services. International conventions which apply may include: Warsaw Convention 1929, (as amended by Hague Protocol & Montreal Protocol) in relation to air travel, or Montreal Convention; the Berne Convention for rail travel; Athens Convention 1974 for carriage by sea; the Geneva Convention for carriage by road & the Paris Convention 1962 for Hotels. We are to be regarded as having all benefit of these conventions on limiting our liability in relation to any claim for death, injury, loss, damage & delay to travelers & luggage. Enrollment in & payment for a trip shall constitute agreement & acceptance by the traveler of the terms & conditions set forth in this brochure which cannot be varied except in writing by an officer of the Company. 1.4 Contiki is not a carrier or hotelier nor does it own aircrafts, hotels or coaches. All bookings with carriers, hoteliers and other service providers are subject to the terms and conditions and limitations of liability imposed by those carriers, hoteliers, and other service providers. Please note that some of these limit or exclude liability in respect of death, personal injury, delay and loss or damage to baggage. While we cannot accept any responsibility for any loss as a result of such actions or as a result of any act or omission of any such third-parties, we will give every reasonable assistance in helping to resolve any reasonable dispute. Please also note that Contiki cannot be held responsible for the failure of any of these parties to provide facilities or services for handicapped travelers (see also 5.3 under Trip Details & Conditions). 1.5 Please note that no airline or carrier depicted or recommended in this brochure by virtue of their endorsement of this brochure represent themselves either as contracting with any purchaser of a trip from Contiki or as having any other legal relationship with any such purchaser. 1.6 Every effort is made to ensure brochure accuracy at the time of going to print, however; Contiki cannot be held responsible for printing or typographical errors, or errors arising from unforeseen circumstances. 1.7 This Agreement arising between the traveler and the operators under this brochure and the booking made by the traveler is deemed to be entered into in Orange County, California. The exclusive venue for any action concerning the interpretation, enforcement, or breach of any term, obligation, or duty as contained or related to these Terms and Conditions or any grievance relating to the tour shall be solely in the Superior Court of California in or for Orange County or the United States District Court for the Central District of California. This Agreement shall be construed according to the internal laws of California without regard to conflicts of law principles. All traveler claims must be submitted in writing and received by Contiki no later than 60 days after completion of the Contiki vacation. Traveler claims not submitted and received within this time shall be deemed to be waived and barred. In any legal action, arbitration, or other proceeding to enforce, interpret or construe the terms of this Agreement, or concerning any grievance relating to the tour, the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover actual reasonable attorneys’ fees, costs and expenses. 1.8 In the case of computer or human billing error we reserve the right to reinvoice the traveler with correct billings. 2. The USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program. Contiki Vacations shares the coverage available under the USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program with affiliates of The Travel Corporation who, as an Active Member of the USTOA, is required to post $1 Million with USTOA to be used to reimburse, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program, the advance payments of Contiki Vacations customers in the unlikely event of Contiki Vacations bankruptcy, insolvency or cessation of business. Further, you should understand that the $1 Million posted by The Travel Corporation and shared among its affiliates may be sufficient to provide only a partial recovery of the advance payments received by Contiki Vacations. More details of the USTOA Travelers Assistance Program and a list of affiliates may be obtained by writing to USTOA at 345 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1801, New York, New York 10001, or by email to information@ustoa.com or by visiting their website at www.USTOA.com. 3. VALIDITY The programs advertised in this brochure are valid from August 2019 to February 2021. 4. OPERATING COMPANIES The programs advertised in this brochure are owned and operated by: Contiki Holidays Latin America, Travel House, Rue Du Manoir, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 2JH Channel Islands. Please note that Contiki utilises ground handlers to assist with the operation of our products. These ground handlers include: Journey Mexico (Mexico, Belize, Guatemala), Galakiwi (Ecuador & Galapagos Islands), Natural Discovery (Costa Rica), Altura Travel (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil & Peru), Adsmundo (Chile) and Latin Encounters (Colombia). 5. CONTIKI IS REPRESENTED IN: Australia, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom and USA. Contiki is a registered trademark of Contiki Tours International Ltd, Guernsey. DATA PROTECTION STATEMENT Please be assured that we have measures in place to protect the personal booking information held by us. This information will be passed on to the principal and to the relevant suppliers of your travel arrangements. The information may also be provided to public authorities such as customs or immigration if required by them, or as required by law. Certain information may also be passed on to security or credit checking companies. We will only pass your information on to persons responsible for your travel arrangements. This applies to any sensitive information that you give to us such as details of any disabilities, or dietary/religious requirements. (If we cannot pass this information to the relevant suppliers we will be unable to provide your booking. In making this booking, you consent to this information being passed on to the relevant persons.). Where the data might be passed on for marketing purposes, you have the right to opt out of future marketing. You also have a right of access to data held which can be obtained by writing to Contiki Holidays Ltd, Travel House, Rue du Manoir, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands, GY1 2JH. This brochure was published in March, 2019 and supersedes any other current brochure in the market.


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TRIPS FOR 18 – 35 YEAR OLDS

EUROPE 18 - 19 AUTUMN WINTER SPRING

USA & CANADA 2018 - 2020

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TRIPS FOR 18 – 35 YEAR OLDS

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