Insight Vacations has introduced Latin America to its 2021-22 collection of tours in North America.
The new programme, which includes Alaska, western and southern US, and the east coast of the US and Canada, has also added a tour in the Deep South.
Latin America is featured for the first time, with three itineraries exploring the best of Peru, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil.
The 13-day Peru with Machu Picchu & the Nazca Lines, from £4,595, explores the country’s Incan history, cuisine and Unesco World Heritage Sites. It includes the Nazca Lines geoglyphs, capital Lima, a Pachamama ceremony, IncaRail train ride, Machu Picchu and Cusco. Departures are from February 7, 2021.
The 11-day Best of Chile from Atacama to Patagonia tour, from £5,475, includes Santiago, the Atacama Desert, dinner in Casablanca Valley, a vineyard visit and a ranch experience on how to saddle and ride a horse. Departures are available from February 20, 2021.
The 11-day Argentina, Uruguay & Brazil Discovery features Copacabana beach, Tijuca Forest, Iguaçu Falls and an exclusive guided tour of Rio’s Botancial Garden. Departures are from January 30, 2021.
The new 12-day Country Roads of the Deep South road trip follows in the footsteps of music legends Dolly Parton, BB King, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash with a visit to a recording studio, a meeting with a star from the hit US TV show The Voice, an after-hours tour of Graceland and a trip to New Orleans. It costs from £3,375.
Eight existing itineraries have been “enhanced” while three now have departures throughout the year.
The programme includes 60 ‘Insight Experiences’, described as activities less widely available, to provide a more authentic experience in destination.
The operator is also offering smaller group sizes to facilitate social distancing, and allows changes to a booking 30 days before departure. Clients who book and pay in full before February 25 will save 10%. Repeat bookers qualify for a further 5% discount.
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