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Uncover the Greatest Areas of South America with Say Hueque

Buenos Aires, Argentina, December – Say hueque ( starts a new tour to discover the best regions in South America. This trip allows travelers to experience an authentic adventure through the varied landscapes of the southern cone. A 12 day / 11 day trip through the magnificent areas of Peru, Brazil and Argentina.

This new itinerary is specifically designed for adventure travelers who not only live a traditional journey but also want to discover the wonders of this extraordinary and unique region of the world where they will experience the local costumes and traditions. Price per person starts at $ 2225 for a double room and includes accommodation, some meals, transfers, excursions, and tour fees.

“At Say Hueque we love turning regular trips into unique opportunities to experience real encounters with local traditions and the purest of landscapes. We designed Best of South America with the aim of giving travelers a taste of the diversity of this incredible continent and enjoying the wonders of the region: Cuzco, Buenos Aires, Iguazu and Rio de Janeiro. “ said Rafa Mayer, Say hueque Founder and team leader

This tour begins in the colonial city of Cuzco, a picturesque city full of history, where travelers can get to know the Inca Empire and be amazed by the city’s most representative monuments on an exclusive guided tour. At the end of the day, tourists will head to the top of the city to visit the remains of the fortresses of Sacsayhuaman and Puka Pukara and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of Cuzco.
On the second day, the beautiful city of Chincheros and the spectacular Inca sites of Maras and Moray are explored. Here, travelers can enjoy more than 100 small pools fed by a saltwater mountain spring connected by canals.

The next day, guests will be driven along the Urubamba Valley to explore the glorious sacred valley where the Awana Kancha and the historic town of Pisac and its representative market are toured before heading to the impressive Ollantaytambo fortress which is the perfect location is to delight with the developed architectural sense of the Incas.

The next 2 days will be used to explore the most iconic archaeological wonder in South America. If you take a train through the Andean landscapes to reach Aguas Calientes – the closest town to Machu Pichu – and then take a bus to the once-hidden citadel, adventurers can be amazed by the breathtaking surroundings and the past and secrets of one of the Islands get to know the most magical places in the world. We strongly recommend climbing the Huayana Picchu mountain to see the sunrise in the Machu Picchu citadel with a magnificent view of 390 meters.

On the sixth day, passengers fly to Buenos Aires for a half-day city tour that shows the historical and political center of the city, the main districts and the most representative monuments, palaces and parks of the city. The tour includes a visit to the magnificent Colón Theater, considered one of the best in the world for its size, acoustics, and history. The 7th day ends with one of the most significant cultural highlights of Buenos Aires: a Dinner & Tango Show, which offers an incredible demonstration of the best local dances, accompanied by a delicious Argentine dinner with the best Malbec.

The eighth day remains to fly to Iguazu, the gateway to one of the seven natural wonders of the world: the Iguazu Falls. During the next two days, travelers in the company of a guide visit the Argentine and also the Brazilian side of the waterfalls. It reveals the secrets and hidden places of the national parks, from which you can enjoy intimate panoramic views of more than 270 waterfalls. After visiting the Brazilian side of the falls on day 10, visitors fly to Rio de Janeiro, where the exotic mix of beach and mountains merges with colonial and modern neighborhoods to the pulsating sound of samba. During the last two days, tourists can explore the two main attractions of Brazil: Corcovado Mountain and Sugar Loaf. You can enjoy a spectacular view of the entire city, surrounded by green mountains and the sea. .

As Say Hueque owner Rafael Mayer explains “We are fun-loving travel professionals who have personally visited every travel destination in the region. Over the past 15 years we have provided excellent vacations to thousands of happy travelers around the world. “

Founded in 1999, the company creates tailor-made tours for independent travelers in the national parks and cities of Argentina, Chile and Brazil. Popular destinations and experiences are Buenos Aires, Iguassu Falls, Perito Moreno Glacier, hiking in Patagonia, wine tasting in Mendoza, horseback riding in traditional estancias and glacier cruises.

Say Hueque took its name from the last tribal chief who surrendered to the Europeans during the conquest of the American lands in 1885. The Great Cacique Say Hueque was the leader of a powerful tribe that occupied the region of Central Patagonia. Their cultural influence is still very strong in some places near the Andes.

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