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SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA : AT LEISURE69Samba Show Dancer - Rio de Janeiro, BrazilDAY 3 RIO DE JANEIRO SIGHTSEEING & AT LEISURE I F Board a classic cogwheel train for the journey to the summit of majestic Corcovado, site of the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. After admiring the panoramic views, head back down the mountain and see the song-inspiring Copacabana and Ipanema beaches on your way back to your hotel. Spend the afternoon as you please. This evening, learn how to mix the perfect Caipirinha, Brazil's national cocktail made with cachaça, and indulge in a traditional barbeque Highlight Dinner at a local churrascaria. Feel the spirit of Rio's world-famous Carnival as you're treated to a lively extravaganza of Samba song-and-dance. (FB HD) DAY 4 RIO DE JANEIRO AT LEISURE Enjoy a full day to explore the wonders of Rio on your own. Or you can choose from an exciting selection of optional outings: perhaps embark on a half-day journey by jeep and foot into the lush Tijuca National Park, the world's largest urban rainforest; explore Petropolis, the Imperial City of Brazil; or cruise the emerald waters of Sepetiba Bay with a stop at an idyllic island for a tropical lunch and swimming. Your Travel Director will be happy to help you plan your day. (FB) DAY 5 RIO DE JANEIRO - IGUASSU FALLS (2 NIGHTS) I D Brazil is world renowned for its vast array of gemstones. This morning, you'll learn and watch the fascinating creative process as precious metals and rough gemstones are transformed into works of art, design and luxury. Then take a flight to magnificent Iguassu Falls, straddling the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Iguassu National Park boasts one of the world's largest and most impressive waterfalls and is home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. This evening, enjoy a convivial dinner with your travel companions at the hotel. (FB D) Hotel: Mabu Thermas & Resort (F) DAY 6 IGUASSU FALLS SIGHTSEEING & AT LEISURE F Enter Iguassu National Park and spend the morning exploring the Brazilian side of the cascades with a local guide, including a scenic walk through the rainforest at the base of the falls. After enjoying a Highlight Lunch at a local restaurant with a view of the falls, return to your hotel for an afternoon at leisure. Perhaps enjoy the hotel's thermal pools fed by the planet's biggest thermal water spring; visit the Parque das Aves - a tropical bird preserve that's home to more than 500 species of Brazilian birds; or if you prefer, embark upon an optional excursion into the lush Macuco rainforest where you get acquainted with the flora and fauna of the jungle and then cruise the river to see the falls from below. (FB HL) E Welcome Reception F Highlight Lunch/Dinner/Farewell Dinner (HL/HD/FD) B Be My Guest Dining (BG) H Wine Tasting I Local Speciality 5 Local Expert D Included Intra-Air Flight FB = Full Breakfast CB = Continental Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner 13 Days from £2650 per person twin share Ref: LBSAArrives Rio de Janeiro Departs SantiagoLand & Intra-AirSingle Supp.Arrives Rio de Janeiro Departs SantiagoLand & Intra-AirSingle Supp.2012Fri5 OctWed17 Oct26501115Fri13 JanWed25 Jan26501115Fri19 OctWed31 Oct26501115Fri27 JanWed8 Feb26501115Fri2 NovWed14 Nov26501115*Fri24 FebWed7 Mar26951115Fri9 NovWed21 Nov26501115Fri16 NovWed28 Nov26501115Fri9 MarWed21 Mar26501115Fri23 MarWed4 Apr26501115Fri14 DecWed26 Dec26501115Fri21 DecWed2 Jan26501115Fri6 AprWed18 Apr276511152013Fri20 AprWed2 May26501115Fri11 JanWed23 Jan27951115Fri18 JanWed30 Jan27951115Fri4 MayWed16 May26501115Fri15 FebWed27 Feb27951115Fri1 JunWed13 Jun26501115Fri22 FebWed6 Mar27951115Fri29 JunWed11 Jul26501115Fri1 MarWed13 Mar27951115Fri13 JulWed25 Jul26501115Fri15 MarWed27 Mar27951115Fri29 MarWed10 Apr27951115Fri10 AugWed22 Aug26501115Fri5 AprWed17 Apr27951115Fri21 SepWed3 Oct26501115Fri19 AprWed1 May27951115Above prices are per person, twin share.Triple room reduction £135Early Payment Discount 12 months £230 10 months £170 6 months £1152nd Trip Discount£115 Family & Friends Discount (5-8) £115 Frequent Traveller Discount £115 Young Traveller Discount (5-17) £230* This departure operates during the Rio Carnival Winners Parade on Feb 25, 2012 from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., showcasing the 2012 samba school winner and the five runner-ups. Grandstand tickets are available at an additional cost and must be pre-purchased well in advance. Please call your Travel Agent or Trafalgar, or visit For further details on Trafalgar's great savings and discounts, please see pages 18-19. Land & Intra-Air prices include economy air and air-related charges for flights between Rio de Janeiro-Iguassu, Iguassu-Buenos Aires and Buenos Aires-Santiago and require purchase of round-trip air travel on a oneworld® alliance member airline between your United Kingdom gateway city and the trip's start and end gateway cities. If flying with another airline between your United Kingdom gateway city and the trip's start and end gateway cities, the above prices will be higher. Prices are accurate as of June 30, 2011. 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CaptionLa Boca - Buenos Aires, ArgentinaDAY 7 IGUASSU FALLS - BUENOS AIRES (3 NIGHTS) 5 D Cross the border into Argentina and spend some time getting to know the geography of the area at the Visitors Center. Take a walk along a scenic catwalk and board the open-air Ecological Jungle Train for a different perspective on the mighty falls and view the thunderous Devil's Throat Falls. Then fly to Buenos Aires and arrive at your stylish hotel. From your hotel's vantage point in the heart of Argentina's sizzling capital, you are in the centre of all the action: renowned international designer boutiques, fine dining venues, museums, cultural pursuits, modern theatres and the famous Teatro Colon. Late afternoon, enjoy a light buffet dinner with drinks followed by a presentation by a Local Expert on the essence being an Argentinean - learn all about the country's culture, traditions and passions such as tango, Malbec wines, asado and empanada dishes, football, polo, just to name a few. (FB D) Hotel: Sheraton Libertador Hotel (SF). DAY 8 BUENOS AIRES SIGHTSEEING & AT LEISURE B I Embark on an in-depth tour of the passionate city where the tango was born. See the Casa Rosada, Metropolitan Cathedral and other government buildings; world-renowned Teatro Colon; the colourful neighbourhood of La Boca; San Telmo with its famed outdoor market and lovely Palermo, home to fashionable cafes and verdant parks. Stop at the workshop of a master leather artisan and learn how Argentine leathers are turned into fine leather goods. Lastly, visit the elegant Recoleta, the museum dedicated to Argentina's former first lady Eva Peron (Evita) as well as the impressive cemetery where she is buried. Enjoy some time at leisure before joining your Travel Director and fellow travellers for an exclusive Be My Guest experience, as you are welcomed by a local family into their elegant mansion. Learn about your hosts' passion for art and paintings; then head for the kitchen where the family cook will teach you how to make delicious empanadas - rolled pies which can be stuffed with meat, corn, jam and cheese, among other ingredients. Savour these tasty creations and other hors d'oeuvres while learning about Argentina's wonderful wines and sample some of the best vintages and varietals from Cafayate and Mendoza, the regions where the country's most prestigious wineries are found. (FB BG) DAY 9 BUENOS AIRES AT LEISURE F Relish a morning and afternoon at leisure to pursue your own interests in the "Paris of South America." The possibilities are endless. Take advantage of your included "hop-on, hop-off" sightseeing ticket to EXTEND YOUR HOLIDAY4 DAYS EASTER ISLAND Please visit our website for more information.E Welcome Reception F Highlight Lunch/Dinner/Farewell Dinner (HL/HD/FD) B Be My Guest Dining (BG) H Wine Tasting I Local Speciality 5 Local Expert D Included Intra-Air Flight FB = Full Breakfast CB = Continental Breakfast 70L = Lunch D = Dinner further explore on your own. Delve into one of the country's finest museums at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, set in a lovely park in the Recoleta neighbourhood. Follow in the footsteps of Argentina's most revered writer, Jorge Luis Borges, as you browse the many bookstores of Buenos Aires and sip a coffee at the famed Cafe Tortoni. As an option, you can visit the UNESCO World Heritage city of Colonia del Sacramento across the Rio de la Plata in Uruguay. And if you'd like to experience a different side of Argentina, choose an optional trip into the countryside to a traditional estancia (ranch); share a drink with the local gauchos (cowboys), learn about their lives and marvel at their consummate horsemanship during a lively equestrian show before tucking into a sumptuous traditional parrillada (Barbeque) lunch. This evening, do as the locals do and linger over a Highlight Dinner and a chance for an authentic taste of world-renowned Argentinean beef! Cap off the evening watching the best tango dancers in Buenos Aires perform, and experience the passion and power of the traditional tango - the most representative and beloved music in Argentina. (FB HD) DAY 10 BUENOS AIRES - SANTIAGO (3 NIGHTS) D Bid "Adios" to Buenos Aires and say "Hola" to Santiago as you fly west across the Andes to the Chilean capital. Settle into your hotel, situated in the heart of one of Santiago's most beautiful neighbourhoods, and a prime location close to charming boutiques, bars and restaurants. This evening is at leisure. (FB) Hotel: InterContinental (MD) DAY 11 SANTIAGO SIGHTSEEING 5 H F Meet your local guide and embark on a tour of this vibrant city, travelling past the Club Hipico - the regal racetrack - and sprawling Parque O'Higgins. Cruise along Alameda Avenue, past the church of San Francisco and the University of Chile, on your way to the vibrant Plaza de Armas with its fountains and sculptures. View the Palacio de la Moneda and stop at the bustling Central Market. Visit San Francisco Church and Monastery, reputed to be one of the oldest in Chile. Continue your tour with a drive up San Cristobal Hill for panoramic views of the city and the snow-capped Andes. Then head for the Maipo Valley, the most traditional wine-producing valley in Chile with the best conditions for premium wines. 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