If money is no obstacle and South America is on your wish list then Frontiers International Travel’s tour by private jet could be for you.
The tour, from October 19 to November 2, is limited to 15 travellers who will explore Colombia, Uruguay, Argentina and Chile while getting around in a private jet.
Highlights include visiting Bogota’s gold museum with a curator, touring the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira (Colombia), seeing Iguazu Falls, cruising the Beagle Channel, riding the “End of the World” vintage steam train to Tierra del Fuego National Park and visiting the home of Chilean Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda.
Meals are in the finest restaurants with all-suite accommodation at places including Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina, Bogota, Hotel Fasano Punta Del Este, Uruguay, and Los Cauquenes Resort and Spa, Ushuaia.
The package price of $US79,900 ($112,000) per person twin share includes return business class airfares.
Top picture: Iguazu Falls. Picture supplied.
For more on this tour, go to Frontiers Elegant Journeys.
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