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Machu Picchu & the Galapagos Islands

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From the “Lost City of the Incas,” Machu Picchu, to the Andean paradise of Cuzco and a world of mysterious, natural wonders in the Galápagos Islands, these are the crown jewels of South America, where the past comes alive and mankind’s collective history is unveiled. Explore UNESCO-designated Spanish colonial cities and stand between two hemispheres at the Equatorial Line. Delve deep into ancient cultures before diving deeper into the mysteries of the Galápagos archipelago, where an abundance of natural wildlife recalls Darwin’s theories in a pristine world that’s virtually unspoiled. These are the voyages from Peru to Ecuador, and all of the unforgettable places in between.

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