A GUIDE TO TRAVEL TO SOUTH AMERICA WITH PEACE OF MIND AND CONFIDENCE DURING 2021

EVERY JOURNEY BEGINS WITH A SINGLE STEP

We have been monitoring continually each country and destination we worked with and it have seen encouraging results from the hard work and preparation being done there by our country representatives, the local tour operators, hotels and lodges to ensure that your clients experience and enjoy each destination in a very safe way. It includes developing and implementing social distancing, protective policies that include masks, hand sanitizers; training guides, drivers and staff that will be in contact with clients on procedures to safeguard and guarantee their wellbeing during the trip.

For your client’s peace of mind and safety we will provide:

HEALTH & SAFETY:

We will follow all current and future best practices for protecting consumers from sickness or any other threat during the tour. All land services and tours will be provided on a private basis exclusively for your clients in combination with a group of selected hotels.

COMMUNICATION & TRANSPARENCY:

We and as tour wholesaler and our representatives in each destination will speak directly and forthrightly with your clients during their journey.

BOOKING TOUR FLEXIBILITY

Circumstances thru 2021 will require booking, deposit payments and tour cancelation flexibility as well as rebooking for future dates without penalties. Our policy is to confirm the tours without the need for of your clients to issue deposits. Additionally, your clients  will have up to 60 days (depending on the travel dates) to confirm, change dates, tours or cancel the bookings. These policies will be outline in detail and in writing at the time each tour program is confirmed.

TAILORED MADE TOURS FLEXIBILITY

You will have the option to offer to your clients the tours we included in our website or a tailored made tour in accordance to your client’s interests and needs. Our tailored made private tours will be priced as competitive as the private basis tours we list in the website. Plus, we will keep for 2021 the same rate levels we have for 2020!

INNOVATION

We will always be seeking out smart new ideas for improving the guest experience and coming up with creative solutions to issues that remain important to travelers, like sustainability.

As travel to South America starts to re-open starting the end of 2020 and thru 2021, we invite you and your clients to join us on one or more of our trip destinations that are safe to explore.

At present time, countries are planning to start realistically receiving international visitors after November. While your clients may not be ready to book air and or tours this early, we would like to suggest that you recommend to your clients to book for the last months of 2020 and 2021 soon. There are many specially priced tours offered in different countries in South America that your clients can benefit if they book early! All these tours will offer flexibility in deposits; flexibility in cancellations or rebooking for future dates without penalties.

ARGENTINA A LAND FOR ALL SEASONS

A JOURNEY IS AN EXPERIENCE THAT BEGINS WITH ANTICIPATION AND ENDS WITH A LIFETIME OF MEMORIES
Although most of our tours already combine nature with soft adventure, family experiences, culture and traditions our programs for 2021 and 2022 will place additional emphasis on the best of nature, soft adventure, less crowded areas and sites. Argentina offers plenty of opportunities to experience and explore nature at its best!

In addition to the traditional, tango shows, cultural and family experiences, museums etc. that are included in our city tours you will find a number of activities that include nature, soft adventures, Estancias programs, hiking, trekking, kayaking, mountain biking, horseback riding, etc.

PICTURES ARE WORTH MANY TRAVEL DREAMS!

BUENOS AIRES

In addition to the traditional tours, cultural programs, art and museums, walking tour, history, Tango shows, gourmet experiences Buenos Aires offers many activities that include nature, botanical and Japanese gardens; open space tree and flower parks; day or overnight outings to the country side, Estancias, kayaking; biking, to combine with the traditional tours.

BEYOND BUENOS AIRES

There are many places in Argentina that offer plenty of nature and outdoor activities in the Patagonia region; Mendoza and its wine region and countryside; Salta and Northwest region and of course Iguazu Falls.

PATAGONIA

These are the places we highly recommend visit during 2021 and 2022:

BARILOCHE, EL CHALTEN, CALAFATE, PUERTO MADRYN, USHUAIA, WILDLIFE IN THE VALDES PENINSULA

Each of these destinations offer a variety of unforgettable outdoor activities for individual travelers, couples and family experiences in nature, soft adventure, hiking, trekking, bike riding, horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing lake crossing excursions, etc. in addition to the traditional city tours that are being modified to provide to your clients a safe travel environment.

BARILOCHE

EL CALAFATE

In addition to Perito Moreno Glacier one of the highlights in this part of Patagonia, El Calafate offers nautical cruises and safaris, the Glaciarium, nature days on the countryside, Native experiences, trekking, kayaking, day or overnight stays at estancias, horseback riding experiences.

EL CHALTEN

Trekking, Lakes and glaciers, Rafting experiences, Condors and eagle’s viewpoint, Capri, Torre & De los Tres Lagoons; charming estancias.

PUERTO MADRYN

Penguin Colonies, Whale watching, Valley of the Chubut River, diving with sea lions.

WILDLIFE IN THE VALDES PENINSULA

Sunset sighting, Kayaking in the Nuevo Golf, Mountain biking

USHUAIA

In addition to these highlights – Tierra del Fuego National Park, The End of the World Train, Haberton and walk with the penguins – Ushuaia offers plenty of nature to enjoy. Wildlife attractions include local birds, penguins, seals, and orcas, many of these species colonizing islands in the Beagle Channel. Day and overnight stays at charming estancias, Lakes excursions, canoe trips; trekking, horseback riding for singles, double and family experiences.

MENDOZA

Mendoza, located in Argentina’s Cuyo region, is the heart of Argentina’s wine country, famed for Malbec and other red wines.it is a cosmopolitan city known for its tree-lined street and sunny climate.

While one could spend days leisurely exploring the plazas and cafes in town, there is incredible outdoor adventure right outside the city that includes white water rafting, fly fishing for trout, horseback riding into the Andes at sunrise, biking through the vineyards for casual wine tastings, and for the more ambitious, climbing Mt. Aconcagua, the highest peak in South America.

Although it is less than a two-hour plane ride from Buenos Aires, the two cities could not be more different. Whereas Buenos Aires is all vibrant hustle and bustle and fiery passion, Mendoza takes the term “laid-back” to the next level.

The downtown area is picturesque and easy to find your way around, but the heart of the classic Mendoza experience lies in visiting the vineyards scattered throughout the small surrounding towns and rural areas.

SALTA & NORTHWEST ARGENTINA

Salta, a province in northwest Argentina, encompasses parts of the Andes Mountains, Yungas forests and semiarid Gran Chaco lowlands. The capital, also called Salta, has colonial architecture including the neoclassical Cathedral of Salta. It is the departure point for the Tren a las Nubes, a high-altitude railway. Small-town Cafayate is a gateway to wineries and the dramatic rock formations of the Calchaquí Valleys.

Salta offers plenty of amazing and contrasting natural beauty; Outdoor activities such as mountain biking, horseback riding; hiking, trekking.

IGUAZU FALLS

Iguazu Falls – in addition to the amazing Falls – is also a place where one will find plenty of nature, amazing nature oriented sightseeing views and open spaces.

IBERA

The Iberá Wetlands are a mix of swamps, bogs, stagnant lakes, lagoons, natural slough, and courses of water in the center and center-north of the province of Corrientes, Argentina.

Iberá is one of the most important freshwater reservoirs in South America and the second-largest wetland in the world after Pantanal in Brazil.

Since 1982, part of the wetland is included within a provincial protected area, the Iberá Provincial Reserve, which comprises about 13,000 km2,the largest of such areas in Argentina. There are ongoing plans to further up its protection status to national park.

For additional information and reservations contact us at (800) 666 8687 – (305) 436 0933 – Email: mar@gttours.com

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