Grand South American Tour

21 day luxury tour by Private Jet

With special guests, Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Journalist John Stapleton.

This meticulously planned journey will transport you in ultimate style and comfort to explore the diversity of this remarkable region and beyond with ease and without the restraints of scheduled airlines.

We know from years of experience, many travellers to South America just sample a fraction of this fascinating continent and potential new travellers feel it is a daunting exercise to plan and undertake.

Our Private Jet Tour you will effortlessly visit iconic cities, staying in top class hotels and see the natural wonders and ancient curiosities of Brazil, Argentina and Peru. You will also visit the remote Falkland Islands, mystical Easter Island, cruise the Galápagos Islands and finally colourful Cuba.

DATES 06 Nov, 2017 - 26 Nov, 2017 Make an Enquiry
PRICE £34,995


  • Experience the vibrant and colourful city of Rio de Janeiro. View the towering Christ the Redeemer statue from atop of Corcovado’s highest peak for stunning views of the city and explore the favelas.
  • Spend a night in the luxurious Belmond Hotel das Cataratas, located inside the Iguassu National Park and close to the majestic Iguassu Falls.
  • Enjoy Buenos Aires, the cosmopolitan capital of Argentina. See Eva Peron’s tomb, explore the old town and the district of La Boca famous for its colourful streets and Tango.
  • Discover the incredible wildlife of the Falkland Islands or take a historical conflict  tour. 
  • Visit Easter Island, famous for its numerous Moai stone statues. The mysteries of this open air museum will be unveiled.
  • Board the luxurious Belmond Hiram Bingham train to one of the world’s most iconic sites - the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu.
  • Get up close and see unique flora and fauna as you cruise the magical Galapagos Islands from the comfort of a boutique expedition ship the M/V Galápagos Legend.
  • Step into the 1950s time-warp of Havana, Cuba and soak up the atmospheric colourful streets and the vibrant rhythms of Salsa.

With Special Guests..

Sir Randolph Fiennes

Sir Ranulph Fiennes is recognised as “The World’s Greatest Living Explorer” (according to the Guinness Book of Records) and
has led 22 major expeditions to some of the world’s most remote regions and is the only man alive to have travelled around the Earth’s circumpolar
surface. He was also the first explorer to cross the Antarctic continent unsupported and the oldest Briton to climb to the summit of Everest. Educated at Eton College and later serving with the Royal Scots Greys before joining the SAS.
We are delighted to have Sir Ranulph join us for the first five days of the tour, travelling out from Stansted with our group aboard the Private Jet to Rio de Janeiro and onwards to Iguassu Falls. He will be available throughout for informal chats and will give a pre-dinner presentation on his awe-
inspiring expeditions.


John Stapleton
John is an award-winning British journalist and presenter with over 50 years experience in newspaper and television reporting. He has interviewed every British Prime Minister since James Callaghan and has become a familiar face on British television on shows such as Good Morning Britain, Watchdog and as a foreign correspondent for both Newsnight and Panorama. From behind “enemy lines” in Buenos Aires, he spent 3 months
reporting on the Falklands conflict. John will join the group for our two night stay in Argentina’s cosmopolitan capital city and give a pre-dinner presentation on his experiences in the region.

Day 1 ( 06 Nov, 2017 ) - Down Hall Hotel, Hatfield Heath

Upon arrival at Down Hall Country House Hotel, you will be met by the Prestige Holidays Tour Expedition Team. An early evening welcome drink and dinner will be served at the hotel, an ideal opportunity to also meet your fellow travellers.

Accommodation: Down Hall Country House Hotel

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Day 2 ( 07 Nov, 2017 ) - Fly to Rio de Janeiro

After breakfast we take a short transfer to the Private Jet Terminal, set apart from the main Stansted airport. After a stress free check in, relax in our exclusive, spacious lounge before boarding the aircraft for the first time. Our friendly crew will welcome you aboard, sit back in your comfortable seat, relax, and with a glass of champagne in hand, anticipate the start of your adventure. Enjoy superb food and wine served in-flight by our attentive crew as we head to Rio de Janeiro.

The sparkling lights of one of South America’s most vibrant cities will shine a path directly to our first hotel, the iconic five-star Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel which overlooks one of the most famous beaches in the world.

Dinner is ‘Your Choice’ and includes options in the hotel as well as close by.

Accommodation:Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel.

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Day 3 ( 08 Nov, 2017 ) - Exploring Rio de Janeiro

A morning tour will take us to Corcovado Mountain and the Rio landmark par excellence: the Statue of Christ the Redeemer. From Corcovado we have a stunning view over the city, see the beaches of Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon. Our tour also visits the artistic Santa Teresa neighbourhood, with winding cobbled streets lined with rambling mansions which were once home to the wealthy elite.

Lunch will be a spectacular feast at one of the best steak houses in the city, Fogo de Chao. A choice of over

fifteen cuts of fi re roasted meats are brought to your table, sliced and served by the gaucho chefs.

In the afternoon we journey to another icon of Rio de Janeiro - Sugarloaf Mountain. Two cable cars will take us to the top to survey magnificent views over Copacabana and the Santa Cruz Fortress.

Dinner will be a “Welcome Dinner” in true Rio Carnival style.

Accommodation:Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel.

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Day 4 ( 09 Nov, 2017 ) - Discover more of Rio de Janeiro

Take a responsibly led, fascinating and thought provoking tour to see the “other side” of Rio with a visit to the favelas (shanty town). We will get an insight into the daily life of this community by walking through the streets and observing the local houses and trading taking place.

Take a tour to discover Oscar Niemeyer’s legacy, the Brazilian architect considered to be one of the key figures in the development of modern architecture. Lunch will be taken at the Museum of Contemporary Art Bistro with an option to return to Rio by ‘barca’ or shuttle boat service.  The remainder of the afternoon is free for personal sightseeing, shopping or relaxing and enjoying the hotels facilities.

 Dinner this evening will include cocktails with live music in a beautiful setting.

Accommodation:Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel.

Day 5 ( 10 Nov, 2017 ) - Rio de Janeiro to Iguassu Falls

We bid farewell to Rio de Janeiro and re-board our private jet for a short flight to perhaps one of the greatest spectacles in the world, Iguassu Falls. Upon arrival we head into the National Park for a viewing of the stunning falls. All 275 together have a flow of 1,400 cubic metres per second, a truly breath-taking source of wonder and power. An optional helicopter or safari boat ride tour can be arranged (a charge will apply).

We stay at the Belmond Hotel das Cataratas the only hotel located within Brazil’s Iguassu National Park with an unrivalled location just a short stroll from the sensational waterfalls. You will enjoy exclusive access to this magnificent sight in the evening and at dawn, when the park is closed to other visitors.

 In the evening enjoy a cocktail and private dinner.

Accommodation:Belmond Hotel das Cataratas.

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Day 6 ( 11 Nov, 2017 ) - Iguassu Falls to Buenos Aires, Argentina

Rise early to enjoy the facilities of the hotel or take a final walk through the stunning grounds with the sound of birds and the distant thundering of the falls. We check-out and return to our aircraft for a late morning

flight to Buenos Aires. Enjoy the first class service on-board before arriving in Argentina’s cosmopolitan Capital City.

Our sightseeing begins with a panoramic tour which highlights some of the popular sights of Buenos Aires including the old town district of La Boca, the main square and the “city of the dead” La Recoleta Cemetery.

Wander through the “streets” which are lined with impressive statues and ornate marble mausoleums. Many famous and rich Argentinians throughout history are entombed here, including Eva Peron and past Presidents. Incredibly it is Buenos Aires number one attraction !

We stay for two nights in the landmark Alvear Palace Hotel located in the exclusive Recoleta area of the city.

Dinner is ‘Your Choice’ - dine at the hotel, order room service or join the Tour Expedition team for dinner in the city.

Accommodation:Alvear Palace Hotel.

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Day 7 ( 12 Nov, 2017 ) - Buenos Aires

Explore Buenos Aires at your own pace, as today is “your day”. We are offering you a range of included options to enhance your experience but perhaps you just want to do some shopping, wander the streets or soak up the atmosphere of Argentinian life in one of the many cafés and restaurants. The choice is yours!

You have the opportunity to further explore the life of Eva Peron in a half day tour entirely focused on her life, her political activity and her tragic death. If art and culture is your interest our private art tour will be the one to join. It explores the best art collections of the city including a visit to the Latin America Modern and Contemporary Art Museum.

Sunday is market day in Buenos Aires, join us for a morning of eclectic antiques at the famous San Telmo Flea Market.

No visit to Buenos Aires would be complete without a tango show, this evening we experience a wonderful combination of cocktails, food and tango dance!

Accommodation:Alvear Palace Hotel.

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Day 8 ( 13 Nov, 2017 ) - Buenos Aires to the Falkland Islands

Despite hostilities ending decades ago the relationship over the Falkland Islands (Malvinas) between the UK and Argentinian Governments is still fragile. Direct flights are not generally permitted so today we evade this decree by flying south to Punta Arenas (Chile) where our flight number will change before we fl y on to Mount Pleasant RAF Airbase on the Falkland Islands.

The Falkland Islands are a remote South Atlantic archipelago with rugged terrain and cliff-lined coasts. Its 778 compact islands and islets are home to abundant birdlife with over 220 species of birds including 5 species of penguins and 60% of the word’s population of black browed albatross and the surrounding waters are teeming with marine wildlife.

Our Private Jet ensures easy access to this remote location. There are just two hotels in Stanley; we will stay in the Malvina Hotel with comfortable, spacious accommodation and views overlooking the natural harbour. Take a stroll through the small town - it will remind you of England for sure!

In the evening we have an exclusive visit to the Falkland Islands Museum which offers a fascinating insight into the history of the islands, maritime exploration, natural history and the 1982 Falklands War. Pick up a glass of champagne and a canapé and enjoy the collection and exhibits at your own pace.

We return to the hotel for dinner.

Accommodation:The Malvina Hotel.

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Day 9 ( 14 Nov, 2017 ) - The Falkland Islands

Today you can choose between a fascinating tour of the 1982 conflict history which will take you to Darwin, Goose Green and the Argentine Cemetery. Alternatively, if wildlife is your interest travel on a trip to see some of the many varieties of penguins who call the Falklands home.

After a day of touring we gather for a special dinner at the Malvina

Hotel to share stories of today’s experiences.

Accommodation:The Malvina Hotel.

Day 10 ( 15 Nov, 2017 ) - The Falkland Islands to Easter Island

Enjoy our spacious aircraft and mingle with newly made friends as we traverse the South American Continent to one of the most isolated inhabited islands in the world, Easter Island. Easter Island, a Chilean territory, is a remote volcanic island in Polynesia. Its native name is Rapa Nui. It’s famed for archaeological sites, including nearly 900 monumental statues called  Moai, created during the 13th-16th centuries. The Moai are carved human figures with oversized heads, often resting on massive stone pedestals called ahus. The origin and reason for the mysterious statues is hotly debated.

Upon our mid-afternoon arrival, we transfer to the unique Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa. Later we will watch the sunset over the mysterious Moai statues, a sublime experience which will stay with you long after you have returned home.

Dinner will be served at the hotel.

Accommodation:Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa.

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Day 11 ( 16 Nov, 2017 ) - Exploring Easter Island

Experience a day of legends as we explore the history of Rapa Nui. We will tour the island visiting places of great significance and see different styles of Moai statues, some in an unfinished state. Our local guides will bring the history and spirit of the original Polynesians to life with their stories and insights.

Dinner will be served at the hotel.

Accommodation:Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa.

Day 12 ( 17 Nov, 2017 ) - Easter Island to Cusco, Peru

We cross the South Pacific and head towards Lima. Upon arrival we transit to a local flight to the city of Cusco in the Peruvian Andes. It was once the capital of the Inca Empire, and is now known for its archaeological remains and Spanish colonial architecture. In 1983 Cusco was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Constitution of Peru designates it as the Historical Capital of Peru.

Our hotel for the next three nights is the Belmond Hotel Monasterio located near the Cusco central square. Belmond Hotel Monasterio is a former monastery and national monument dating from 1592.

Dinner this evening will be ‘Your Choice’ - choose from the hotel restaurant, room service or some carefully selected restaurants in town.

Accommodation:Belmond Hotel Monasterio.

Day 13 ( 18 Nov, 2017 ) - Exploring Cusco and beyond

Take a leisurely morning to relax and enjoy the facilities of your hotel or take a gentle stroll through the streets to discover this delightful city. It is easy to while away a few hours exploring colourful shops or just people watch in a café.

In the afternoon we will offer a selection of “Your Choice” tour options.

Choose between a tour of the city taking in the Coricancha also known as the “Temple of the Sun”, or a visit to a colourful local market and Andean Textile Centre in the Sacred Valley. The third option will take you on a tour of some of the archaeological gems in and around Cusco.  The choice is yours, which will you select?

This evening you are cordially invited to a special Peruvian evening including local delicacies, cocktails and music.

Accommodation:Belmond Hotel Monasterio.

Day 14 ( 19 Nov, 2017 ) - Belmond Hiram Bingham train to Machu Pichu

Tucked away in the rocky countryside northwest of Cusco, Machu Picchu is believed to have been a royal estate or sacred religious site for Inca leaders, whose civilization was virtually wiped out by Spanish invaders in the 16th century. Historians believe Machu Picchu was built at the height of the Inca Empire, which dominated western South America in the 15th and 16th centuries. It was abandoned an estimated 100 years after its construction, probably around the time the Spanish began their conquest of the mighty pre-Columbian civilization in the 1530s. For hundreds of years, until the American archaeologist Hiram Bingham stumbled upon it in 1911, the abandoned citadel’s existence was a secret known only to peasants living in the region. The site stretches over an impressive five mile area, featuring more than 3,000 stone steps that link its many different levels.

Today we take the iconic Belmond Hiram Bingham train to explore this fascinating lost city. The train is named after the explorer who rediscovered the Inca citadel. The carriages are decorated in the style of 1920s Pullman carriages, each has been furnished in polished wood and brass with large comfortable armchairs. Brunch will be served on the journey to Machu Picchu. Perhaps enjoy a cocktail accompanied by live Peruvian music in the

bar car or watch the scenic landscape unfold as you relax in the observation car. Our late morning arrival enables you to explore this breath-taking Incan citadel when most other visitors are starting to leave. Enjoy a guided tour of the citadel, with some free time to explore independently.

Filled with impressions and thoughts we will re-join our luxury train and enjoy an Andean inspired dinner as we meander back to Cusco.

Accommodation:Belmond Hotel Monasterio.

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Day 15 ( 20 Nov, 2017 ) - Cusco to the Galápagos Islands

Take a deep breath and prepare for the next incredible highlight on our journey of exploration, a cruise to see up close the unique wildlife and spectacular scenery of the Galápagos Islands.

From Cusco we fly back to Lima and re-board our private jet to fly to Guayaquil in Ecuador, which is the main hub for travel to the Galápagos.

Later in the afternoon we arrive by domestic airline in to Baltra and board the M/V Galápagos Legend our home for the next four days.

Charles Darwin was fascinated with these islands and his studies here later inspired his theory of evolution. These enchanting islands are a province of Ecuador and located approximately 1,000 km from its coastline.

An afternoon wet landing will be made at Mosquera Islet, located between North Seymour and Baltra Islands, this flat, sandy island has a large colony of sea lions. It is also an excellent site for observing shorebirds such as yellow crowned herons and lava gulls.

Dinner will be served on-board.

Accommodation:M/V Galápagos Legend.

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Day 16 ( 21 Nov, 2017 ) - Galápagos Islands (South Plaza and Santa Fe)

During the morning there will be a dry landing on the northern part of South Plaza Island. After the inevitable shifting of a sea lion guarding the natural dock we will take a pleasant walk through the prickly pear cactus forest and keep an eye out for the marine and land iguanas. We may also be lucky enough to see some of the unique “hybrid” iguanas that are only found on this tiny island. We will continue to the island’s highest point which will give us a good lookout for numerous tropical birds including the red billed tropic bird as it whistles overhead chased by it’s elaborate elongated tail feathers.

In the afternoon there is a wet landing onto a white sand beach surrounded by a sea lion colony. We are in search of the endemic Santa Fe land iguana, the largest in the islands and distinctively paler. This island is home to a number of endemic species including Galápagos Hawk, Galápagos snake and a variety of bird species.

We return to the ship with stories and photographs of an incredible day.

Dinner will be served on-board.

Accommodation:M/V Galápagos Legend.

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Day 17 ( 22 Nov, 2017 ) - Galápagos Islands (San Cristobal)

This morning is a little more energetic with a wet landing followed by a fair amount of walking over rocky terrain but you will be well rewarded with some stunning viewpoints including Pitt Point, one of the only places to view all three booby species of the Galápagos at the same time. If you would prefer why not have a leisurely breakfast and kick back with a book or watch the array of birds overhead from the deck.

The afternoon wet landing at Cerro Brujo will suit all, the area consists of old lava formations and it has a beautiful white sandy beach which is great for snorkelling. Many migratory bird species call this area home.

Cerro Brujo offers beautiful views of Kicker Rock, the southern part of San Cristobal and the adjacent coast.

Dinner will be served on-board

Accommodation: M/V Galápagos Legend.

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Day 18 ( 23 Nov, 2017 ) - Galápagos Islands to Havana, Cuba

Our final exploration includes the Cerro Colorado Tortoise Reserve (San Cristobal) where we learn about the National Parks’ Conservation  programme. Alas, it is time to say farewell to these incredible islands and after our domestic flight back to the mainland we re-board our Private Jet. On-board you will have time to review your photographs of Galápagos wildlife and chat with fellow guests about this unique part of your grand exploration.

Upon arrival in Havana we transfer to our hotel where dinner is served.

Accommodation:Iberostar Parque Central Hotel.

Day 19 ( 24 Nov, 2017 ) - Exploring Havana

After a good rest and a hearty breakfast we will be ready to explore Old Havana. Havana ‘Vieja’ was founded by the Spanish in 1519 in the natural harbour of the Bay of Havana. The narrow streets of Old Havana are lined with Spanish colonial architecture and picturesque buildings that despite 50 years of neglect, have kept a beautiful charm that makes Havana so special. From the faint scent of cigars wafting from a nearby café to the distant rhythmic sound of salsa - Havana may appear sleepy however it is so very much alive.

In the afternoon we set off for a panoramic tour of the modern side of Havana, the contrast between old and new is striking and a classic example of what can be seen in cities in this part of the world. Our guides will share interesting stories and discuss the impact of the recent thawing of the relation with the United States of America. Cuba is truly a country at a pivotal point in its history and a fascinating place to visit now.

Our last ‘official’ evening has come far too quickly and we will end our tour in an appropriate style with a special farewell dinner - its party time at Club Habana.

Accommodation:Iberostar Parque Central Hotel.

Day 20 ( 25 Nov, 2017 ) - Havana and back to the UK

Sadly our final day has arrived. Use today to further explore, do some shopping or just relax in the hotel or join the half day Hemingway excursion. The tour begins with a drive to “La Finca Vigía”, the former residence of the prominent American writer. Next stop is Cojimar (14km from Havana), where Hemingway was inspired to write “The Old Man and the Sea”.

Later we re-join our Private Jet for our overnight flight back to the United Kingdom. Sit back, relax and accept a glass of champagne. Mingle with your newly made acquaintances and recall some of the incredible experiences of the last three weeks. Although the Grand South American Journey is coming to an end the memories will be etched in your mind for a long time to come.

Day 21 ( 26 Nov, 2017 ) - Arrive back in the UK

We land at Stansted Private Jet Terminal and it is time to say farewell to your fellow travellers, the aircraft crew and the team who have accompanied you along the way. Transportation has been arranged to Down Hall Country House Hotel, for those who have utilised the car parking facilities at the hotel.

Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa

Ecological, cultural and human - that's what this four-star eco resort prides itself on, paying homage to the village of Orongo and preserving this little-known place. Designed with natural and local materials like cypress trunks, clay and rock, the main objective of every room is rest – as you sit back and relax on your private terrace or indulge in a massage at the Manavai spa, that's exactly what you'll get. The resort enjoys a privileged location on this mythical island overlooking the stunning bay and the Pacific Ocean beyond and has a range of excellent facilities.


Belmond Copacabana Palace

Welcome to the most famous hotel in all of Rio (or we'd even argue, South America). Situated right on the scalloped promenade overlooking the shores of Copacabana Beach, this glamourous Art Deco landmark has long defined luxury in Rio. Recently refurbished, its elegant suites are reminiscent of a time when Dietrich and Welles were guests. It even has its own section of the beach, complete with sun loungers, umbrellas and supplies of fresh fruit and water.


Belmond Hotel das Cataratas

The only hotel located within the Iguazu National Park, Belmond Hotel das Cataratas enjoys an unrivalled location just a short stroll from the sensational waterfalls. This enviable location gives us exclusive access to the falls in the evening and at dawn, when the park is closed to other visitors. A Portuguese-colonial residence, this classic luxury hotel is redolent with the atmosphere of lazy days lounging on a veranda or beneath sub-tropical palms.


Alvear Palace

The most elegant hotel in Buenos Aires, the Alvear Palace Hotel is located in the heart of the fashionable La Recoleta district and is surrounded by impeccable restaurants and boutiques. Luxuriously decked out in gold, rich tapestry, marble and Louis XVI furniture, the hotel is every bit as palatial as its name suggests and the hotel's team of butlers offer impeccable service with guests being treated like royalty!


Down Hall Country House Hotel and Spa

Down Hall Hotel is one of England’s most established country house hotels. Located in Hatfield Heath, near Bishop’s Stortford on the Hertfordshire and Essex border, Down Hall is 45 minutes from central London and also ideally located near Stansted Airport.


M/V Galápagos Legend

Specifically designed for discovery cruising around the volcanic archipelago of the Galápagos Islands, the M/V Galápagos Legend is only 300ft in length. With just 5 decks, it offers a variety of spacious social areas without losing its sense of intimacy


Malvina House Hotel

With beautiful views of the natural harbour of Stanley Town, this hotel offers a warm and personal service.


Belmond Hotel Monasterio

Located near Cusco central square Belmond Hotel Monasterio is a former monastery and national monument dating from 1592.


Iberostar Parque Central Hotel

The Hotel Iberostar Parque Central is situated next to the park in the heart of old town Havana.


Travelling by Private Jet

Each time you step aboard, you'll be greeted with a smile and a complimentary glass of champagne. Once you settle into the comfort of your seat, sit back, relax and enjoy the exceptional personalised service offered by crew as they work diligently to take care and anticipate your every need during the flights. Superb in-flight dining - the ultimate way to travel on-board a private jet

Travelling by private jet is surely the ultimate way to experience luxury travel. Free from the constraints of international scheduled services and baggage restrictions you are able to enjoy a truly unique itinerary, with the continuity of the same attentive and experienced crew travelling with you throughout your holiday.

Our charter enables us to minimise many of the irritations associated with traditional air travel, you'll notice the benefits the moment you arrive at the VIP Private Jet lounge at London Stansted. There will be no inconvenience of long check-in times or slow security queues and you can relax in style and comfort in quiet surroundings prior to will be served on-board with a compliment of fine wines, beer, beverages and soft drinks.

Where possible at each airport, our tour team will endeavour to organise expedited immigration and customs clearance and will always take care of your luggage so that it's waiting for you in your hotel room.

The aircraft - Boeing 767 300ER

Our privately chartered Boeing 767 300ER is normally fitted with up to 300 seats. It has been customised to seat just 96 guests, in absolute comfort, as we journey around the South American continent from and to the United Kingdom. The cabin is light and spacious with a 2-2-2 formation and all of the leather upholstered lie-flat seats offer a generous pitch of 73 inches. Each seat is equipped with a charging point for tablets, mobiles and laptops. There are overhead lockers to securely store hand luggage.

Depart Arrive Duration
London, Stansted Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 12hrs 15
Rio de Janeiro Iguassu, Brazil 2hrs 30
Iguassu Buenos Aires, Argentina 2hrs 10
Buenos Aires Punta Arenas, Chile 3hrs 30
Punta Arenas Falkland Islands 1hrs 45
Falkland Islands Easter Island 7hrs 30
Easter Island Lima, Peru 5hrs
Lima Cusco, Peru 1hrs 15
Cusco Lima 1hrs 15
Lima  Guayaquil, Ecuador 2 hrs 15
Guayaquil Baltra, Galapagos 1 hrs 50
Baltra Guayaquil 1hrs 50
Guayaquil Havana, Cuba 4hrs 10
Havana, Cuba London, Stansted 9hrs 10



  • Air travel in business class style lie-flat seats on-board our privately chartered aircraft
  • Domestic return flights from Lima to Cusco and from Guayaquil to Baltra
  • 16 nights accommodation in first rate hotels (or best available in the remote Falkland Islands), 3 nights on-board    the M/V Galápagos Legend and 1 night overnight flight on-board the Private Jet
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) including a welcome and farewell dinners and fi ne dining experiences
  • Complimentary fine wines and champagne on-board the Private Jet
  • Wine, beer and soft drinks served with dinner
  • All overseas transportation
  • Full comprehensive sightseeing programme including English speaking local guides, entrance fees, tipping and taxes where applicable
  • Luggage handling with increased allowance on-board Private Jet
  • Services of a Prestige Holidays Tour Manager, plus four dedicated Tour Assistants and on-board doctor    throughout the tour
  • Complimentary return taxi transfer (restrictions apply) to/from Down Hall Country House Hotel, Hatfield Heath
  • Complimentary parking at Down Hall Country House Hotel for the duration of the tour if required
Tour Cost: Grand South American Journey - with special guests Sir Ranulph Fiennes and John Stapleton
Prices are fully inclusive per person, twin share, departing from and returning to Luton airport private jet terminal.

Tour Price 
Twin share £34,995
Single £39,730 (or £34,995 Solo Match Share)


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