south america

Galapagos, amazon & antarctic cruising

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2011 2012

Welcome to Scenic Tours South America
Front cover: Girl with Llama, Cuzco; This page: Carnivale in Rio de Janeiro; Church, Quito

We’re proud to present our range of Scenic Tours holidays to South America for 2011, featuring all of the reasons why so many of our guests travel with us again and again. The main reason is that we provide superb, all inclusive holidays which are great value for money.

We Know What’s Important To You
Before you depart for South America, Scenic Tours leads the way. Our knowledgeable staff will assist with all of your documents and answer any questions you may have. We use premium airlines as our travel partners. You’ll automatically become a member of Club Scenic, our exclusive loyalty club. Our range of hotels is unmatched by others; all are luxurious landmarks in the most central location possible. Scenic FreeChoice and exclusive Scenic Enrich activities are included in your holiday price, with nothing extra to pay. You’ll be met at every airport and escorted to your hotel, and your Tour Director will accompany you for the entire journey within South America.

New For 2011
We are constantly working to improve our holiday program, and 2011 is no exception. Our guests will be among the first to cruise to Antarctica onboard the brand new luxury expedition ship, Le Boréal and cruise the Amazon on the new MV Aria, launching in February 2011. Our Scenic FreeChoice activities have been expanded to include Santiago, as well as wonderful dining choices in Puno, Cuzco and Iguazu Falls. The popular Icons of South America tour includes a special departure which will take you to all the excitement of Rio’s Carnivale. In 2011, our top of the range Connoisseur’s Choice by Scenic Tours journey includes the Galapagos Islands and Santiago. I invite you to read on, and to join us in 2011. We look forward to welcoming you onboard.

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Glen Moroney Founder and Managing Director Scenic Tours

Inca fortress, Machu Picchu

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Contents
Cable Car, Sugar Loaf Mountain; ‘Gauchos’ (cowboys), Buenos Aires; Penguins, Antarctica

Amazing Experiences The Ultimate Touring Experience The Finest Hotels in the Best Locations Small-Ship Expedition Cruising to Antarctica Cruise Deep into the Amazon Jungle Galapagos Islands Cruising Cruising the Chilean Fjords & Antarctic Peninsula Scenic Enrich & Scenic FreeChoice

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SOUTH AMERICA ADVENTURES INCLUDING LUXURIOUS EXPEDITION CRUISING
21 Day 23 Day 32 Day 32 Day 29 Day Icons of South America (SAI) Icons of South America & Carnivale (SAI.C) South America & Antarctic Adventure (SAIE) South American Adventure & Galapagos & Amazon Cruising (SAAG) Galapagos Cruise & Icons of South America (SAG) 24 - 27 26 28 - 31 32 - 35 36 - 39

CLASSIC SOUTH AMERICA INCLUDING LUXURY CRUISING
34/37 Day Spectacular South America with Antarctic Scenic Cruising (SATA) 35/33 Day Spectacular South America, Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls (SAM) 33/32 Day Scenic South America including Iguazu Falls (SAMR) 40 - 43 44 - 47 48 - 51

CONNOISSEUR’S CHOICE BY SCENIC TOURS
33/24 Day Exclusive South America (SACG/SACC) The Finest Hotels Pre & Post Accommodation Pre & Post Tour Packages MV Aria Deckplan Scenic GreenChoice Terms and Conditions 56 - 61 62 - 63 63 64 65 67 66 - 67

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Galapagos Island visitors and sea lions

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Amazing Experiences
Galapagos Island visitor and giant tortoise; Andean Explorer First Class Rail Journey; MV Aria dining

When you travel to South America with Scenic Tours you’ll be rewarded every day with exciting and diverse encounters. The Inca ruins at the mountaintop citadel of Machu Picchu. Cuzco’s old town and architecture spanning from pre-Inca to Spanish colonial times. The thundering cataracts of Iguazu Falls. The fascinating culture of the local communities at Lake Titicaca, one of the world’s highest navigable lakes. The trio of cities abuzz with life – Santiago, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires. And these are just a few.

The South American Experts
We have many years of experience in South America and carefully plan our holidays so that you get maximum enjoyment from your travels. Our tours are scheduled during the best times of the year to travel. In Peru we make sure that you’ll gradually acclimatise to higher altitudes over several days, by starting in the Sacred Valley, continuing to Machu Picchu and Cuzco before arriving at Lake Titicaca. And there are exciting cruising options too - into the Amazon wilderness, to the Galapagos Islands, amazing Antarctica, or along the Chilean fjords.

The Scenic Tours Difference
There is so much to absorb at every destination, and we let you do just that with extended stays. After your day touring the archaeological site at Machu Picchu you’ll have the next morning free to revisit the ruins, spend time wandering through the township of Aguas Calientes, or just relax in your fabulous Scenic Special Stay hotel. You’ll spend three nights in Santiago, Rio and Buenos Aires, with lots of included sightseeing and activities as well as time to explore on your own. You’ll have two relaxing nights at Iguazu Falls, staying inside the national park, where we take you to the falls three times - touring the spectacular Brazilian Falls, travelling by boat upstream to the ‘Devil’s Throat’, and taking the rainforest train to view the falls from the walkways on the Argentinean side.

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Uros Islands boats, Lake Titicaca

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The Ultimate Touring Experience
Andean Explorer Observation Car; Most meals included; Scenic Tours Tour Director

Scenic Tours understands that every moment of your holiday is precious. When you travel with us you can completely unwind, secure in the knowledge that our holidays are great value for money and include everything you could wish for.

Nothing More To Pay
With Scenic Tours you’ll enjoy personal service all the way and there are no “hidden extras”. When you arrive in South America, you’ll be personally met by our representatives who will arrange transport to your hotel. This service is at your convenience, not just on the day that your tour departs. Whilst on tour we include all of the ‘must-see, must-do’ activities, plus a whole lot more. Instead of just viewing all the sights from outside, we include the entry fees. You will be accompanied by an expert team of two - your Scenic Tours Tour Director and an expert local guide. In the highlands of Peru we have a second local guide so you have three people to look after you. All tipping and gratuities are included and airport check-ins within South America are completed for you, including payment of airline taxes. After each flight you will be greeted and escorted to your hotel, where your luggage will be waiting for you in your room. At the end of your holiday we’ll take you to the airport, assist with check-in and farewell you before your onward flight.

More Meals Included
As well as a full hot breakfast every day, we provide many lunches and dinners. Dining is a key part of South American culture and lifestyle and you’ll enjoy a series of memorable highlight meals which will have you eagerly anticipating the next one.

Scenic Club – Rewarding You
Travel only once with Scenic Tours and you’ll automatically become a member of SCENICCLUB, our exclusive loyalty program which offers special savings, recognition and service for our repeat guests. To find out more about the many benefits you will receive, please visit www.scenictours.com.au/scenicclub.

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Unique Experiences

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The Finest Hotels in the Best Locations
Sofitel Oceanview rooms, Rio de Janeiro; Libertador, Lake Titicaca; Sumaq Hotel, Machu Picchu

Our South American hotel collection is nothing less than five-star. We offer a mix of boutique hotels with regional flair as well as highly-ranked establishments operated by international hoteliers. You’ll be treated to exceptional standards of luxury, service and décor. And when you step outside, you’ll always find yourself in a landmark location, right in the heart of your destination.

Top-class Accommodation, Perfectly Positioned
The Casa Andina Private Collection has been judged Lima’s best hotel by Trip Advisor. This boutique hotel with Peruvian aesthetics is in fashionable Miraflores with its upscale nightlife and shopping. On the shores of Lake Titicaca, Puno, the Hotel Libertador is the only five-star hotel in the area and guests enjoy impressive views of the lake. The elegant InterContinental Santiago is in one of the city’s most prestigious areas, close to San Cristobal Hill, Plaza de Armas and La Moneda Presidential Palace. The Hilton Colon Quito is a short walk from the colonial Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Scenic Special Stays
True to their name, Scenic Special Stays are an extra-special holiday feature to look forward to. These hotels are all unique and world-renowned. Unbeatable locations, fabulous service and opulent accommodation guarantee a truly memorable experience. The Sumaq is the only five-star hotel in Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu town) with breathtaking views of the Andes. Exclusively located in front of the Sun Temple, the Hotel Libertador Palacio del Inka is right in the historic centre of ancient Cusco and is ranked in the top 15 South American hotels by Condé Nast Traveler. At the Sofitel Rio de Janeiro our guests stay in Luxury Rooms with balconies and sweeping views of Copacabana Beach. Hotel das Cataratas by Orient-Express is the only hotel located within the Iguazu National Park, allowing guests exclusive access to the world famous falls each morning before the park opens.

SCENICSPECIALSTAYS are highlighted with this symbol

on your chosen itinerary page.

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Das Cataratas Hotel by Orient-Express

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Small-Ship Expedition Cruising to Antarctica
Le Boréal, artist’s impression; Outside deluxe stateroom, artist’s impression

Antarctica is high on the wish-list of travellers who dream of the excitement of adventures in this untouched wilderness. The launch of Le Boréal takes expedition cruising in Antarctica to a new level. In 2011, Scenic Tours guests will experience Antarctica in style onboard.

The Allure of the White Continent
There is no other place on earth where the impact of mankind is so small. In the frozen realms of Antarctica, the natural world thrives in a landscape which is both inhospitable to man and majestically beautiful. From the comfort of your luxury ship, you can access this place by Zodiac in the company of an expert crew of naturalists and historians. All of the guides are fully accredited and they will make your zodiac excursions and encounters with seals, penguins and marine life incredibly rewarding.

A Brand New Cruise Ship – Le Boréal
With her maiden voyage in May 2010, Le Boréal’s first Antarctica cruises are in high demand, setting new standards of luxury and comfort. Employing the latest in marine technology and eco-friendly practices, the ship has been designed and purpose-built for expedition cruising. In the spirit of a private yacht, Le Boréal has an intimate and luxurious atmosphere. There are just 132 beautifully appointed staterooms and 94% have private balconies. Dine on fine French cuisine or light and healthy options in either of the two restaurants. Attend informative lectures in the theatre, find a quiet corner in the library or pamper yourself in the Beauty Centre. In 2011, Scenic Tours offers a fully escorted Antarctic expedition cruise combined with the luxury Icons of South America tour.

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Zodiac excursion sights a large leopard seal

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Cruise Deep into the Amazon Jungle
Amazonas, Iquitos; Onboard dining; Toucan

A wilderness expedition meets luxury travel aboard the new MV Aria. Fly into the remote town of Iquitos and sail along the northern Amazon River into the Pacaya Samiria Reserve. This protected wildlife area is blanketed by rainforest and jungle and is only accessible by boat. Here you’ll have the chance to observe thousands of brilliantly coloured birds, monkeys, the three toed sloth, caymans, iguanas and the endangered pink Amazon dolphin. You will interact with local people living in villages alongside the river in much the same way as they have for centuries.

Introducing MV Aria
Launching in February 2011 the new MV Aria is an intimate cruise ship, exclusively chartered by Scenic Tours, catering to a maximum of 32 guests in complete luxury. There is plenty of space to relax onboard including an abundant outdoor observation deck with Jacuzzi, a comfortable lounge, bar and intimate dining room. The luxurious oversized guest suites include sitting areas and floor to ceiling glass windows for panoramic Amazon River views. Elegant dining is a feature of life onboard and the menu reflects Peruvian and European influences. Fine South American wines are complimentary with meals. Four highly trained English-speaking naturalist guides will take you on up to three expeditions a day, aboard comfortable motorised skiffs. They’ll share with you their boundless knowledge of the flora, fauna and history of the Amazon.

Scenic Tours’ Amazon Adventure
Scenic Tours are the only travel company who will fully escort you on your Amazon cruise. In addition to the ship’s guides, your Scenic Tours Tour Director will be onboard. Because we exclusively charter the entire ship, you can be sure that your fellow passengers will be like-minded travellers. Only with Scenic Tours can you combine South America touring with cruising on the Amazon and a Galapagos Islands cruise. This fully escorted luxury holiday is sure to be the trip of a lifetime.

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Deluxe Suite, MV Aria

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Galapagos Islands Cruising
MV Galapagos Legend; Blue-footed boobies; Visitor and sea lion, Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands are one of the natural world’s last frontiers. Scenic Tours offers you the opportunity to combine your South American holiday with a deluxe expedition cruise aboard the MV Galapagos Legend that will allow you to explore this incredible ecosystem. And, you can add an Amazon cruise to create a fully escorted South American holiday full of memorable highlights – exclusive to Scenic Tours.

The Greatest Wildlife Sanctuary on Earth
Surrounded by the vast Pacific Ocean, these dramatically beautiful volcanic islands were the inspiration for Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. Their complete isolation has bred many unique species which are instinctively unafraid of man. You’ll be amazed at how closely you can position yourself to observe these creatures coexisting freely - giant tortoises, blue footed boobies, fur seals, penguins, sea lions and land and marine iguanas.

Your Deluxe Expedition Cruise Ship
The MV Galapagos Legend has been specifically fitted out for Galapagos Island cruising. Onboard is a team of guides who are accredited naturalists, officially rated as the best in the business. They will host many informative presentations on the ecology and history of the islands and accompany you on daily excursions ashore or snorkelling in the marine reserve. With spacious public areas, a swimming pool and broad observation decks you’ll have all the amenities of a deluxe cruise ship with the intimacy of a small expedition vessel. Your stateroom with large picture windows and ensuite facilities will be a Junior Suite. You’ll have the services of a concierge and the ship’s chefs will present mouthwatering Ecuadorian and international cuisine. In the evenings there’s stargazing on deck and often the water around the ship will be floodlit for viewing marine life in action.

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Giant tortoise, Galapagos Islands

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Cruising the Chilean Fjords & Antarctic Peninsula
Holland America’s ms Veendam; Star Princess

The shoreline surrounding the southern tip of South America is isolated, wild and dramatically beautiful. Because large parts of the coast are not easily accessed by road, the best way is to see it from a luxury cruise ship. You can add one of three wonderful cruising options to your Scenic Tours South America holiday. Depending on which one you select, you can also cruise to offshore islands and the Antarctic Peninsula.

A Choice of Two Magnificent Ships
Grandly proportioned and recently enhanced, the ms Veendam offers spacious comfort and the latest Signature of Excellence features. Star Princess is a destination of her own with every amenity imaginable and impeccable service. Onboard both ships Scenic Tours guests enjoy guaranteed Balcony Staterooms for private viewing of the passing scenery. Staterooms offer everything you would expect from a first class hotel, including 24 hour room service. All meals and entertainment onboard are included and you will dine on some of the finest meals.

Around Cape Horn
Board the ms Veendam or Star Princess for a 12 or 14 night cruise between Valparaiso and Buenos Aires or Rio de Janeiro, with scenic cruising around Cape Horn. Puerto Montt’s scenery is fabulous – blue-green fjords and the snow-capped volcanoes of Chile’s Lake District. Ushuaia is your gateway to the “End of the World” in Tierra del Fuego National Park. In Stanley on the Falkland Islands, browse at the Britannia House Museum or visit penguin rookeries. The charming old city of Montevideo is the site of Uruguay’s last Spanish-built military bastion and the Graff Spee Monument.

Scenic Cruising in Antarctica
Choose from two itineraries including spending Christmas and New Year at sea on a 20-night cruise from Rio de Janeiro to Buenos Aires. Both itineraries include four days of scenic cruising along the Antarctic Peninsula. You’ll have the chance to observe colonies of penguins, seals and abundant sea birds as you cruise past incredible ice formations.
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Chilean glacier

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Scenic Enrich & Scenic FreeChoice
Visit a local school supported by Scenic Tours; Casablanca Valley vineyards; Le Sud restaurant, Buenos Aires

Exclusive to Scenic Tours, Scenic Enrich and Scenic FreeChoice are inventive programs of events and activities that will add to your overall holiday experience. By taking part, you’ll live the destination you’re in, not just travel through it.

Exclusive Scenic Enrich Experiences
Every Scenic Enrich activity is designed to add something special to your holiday, presenting you with new perspectives on South America. High above Peru’s Sacred Valley you’ll visit a familyowned Hacienda for lunch and meet the women of a local village as they show off their weaving skills. Visit the community supported by Scenic Tours and meet the teachers and children of the local school. Dine on Peruvian fusion cuisine beneath a floodlit Incan pyramid at Huaca Pucllana Restaurant in the middle of Lima. You’ll try on Carnivale costumes at Rio’s Sambadrome, journey aboard the Orient-Express Andean Explorer train, take a thrilling boat ride to the base of Iguazu Falls, and get an insight into Argentina’s soul as you learn the art of tango dancing.

Personalise your Holiday with Scenic FreeChoice
When you travel with Scenic Tours our exclusive Scenic FreeChoice included activities give you the freedom to personalise your holiday to suit your specific interests. Choose from a range of options by simply selecting the ones that interest you most and we’ll take care of the rest. It’s part of our all inclusive touring, at no extra cost to you. In Santiago choose from wine-tasting and lunch at a boutique winery in the Casablanca Valley, to a visit to the seaside town of Valparaiso. In Rio de Janeiro choose from a guided walk through old Rio, to touring Tijuca Forest and the Botanical Gardens by jeep. Explore Buenos Aires and choose from experiencing Gaucho culture at a typical Argentinean ranch, to visiting San Telmo’s antiques market. For full details on our SCENICENRICH and SCENICFREECHOICE included activities, please refer to your chosen itinerary page.

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Samba bar and restaurant, Rio de Janeiro

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Flexible touring with.. SCENICFREECHOICE
Buenos Aires Buenos Aires Dining Cuzco Dining Iguazu Dining Puno Dining

FIESTA GAUCHA

Enjoy a full day tour including lunch. Absorb the atmosphere of country life in the Pampas. Taste delicious Argentinean beef and be entertained by the ‘Gauchos’ (cowboys). Relaxed pace

Some of the finest Italian cuisine with an emphasis on seafood and pastas can be found at Piegari. Homemade spaghetti accompanied by classic and specialty sauces forms mouth watering choices.

PIEGARI ITALIAN RISTORANTE

LOCAL RESTAURANT & FOLkLORE SHOW

IPE GRILL

Tonight enjoy the local cultural entertainment of a folklore show and dinner at a restaurant in the centre of Cuzco.

Dine tonight alongside the pool at Ipe Grill. Enjoy an extensive buffet with salads, traditional local and international dishes.

LOCAL RESTAURANT
Travel into town to a local restaurant and sample their Andean specialities including Alpaca cooked six different ways,or pureed potato with green herbs and fresh Lake Titicaca trout.

TIGRE RIVER & DELTA

Travel to Tigre, a quaint town on an island in the middle of the Parana Delta. Board a vintage mahogany motorboat and traverse the delta’s web of interconnecting rivers and streams. Relaxed pace

PIEGARI VITELLO

Piegari Vitello e Dolce offers a casual parrilla style with an array of palate teasing steaks, an Argentine speciality. Complemented by a selection of fish and chicken and mouth watering desserts.

INkA GRILL

Located on the Plaza de Armas, Inka Grill enjoys beautiful views of the two ancient churches of Cuzco. Admire the view and enjoy the live background music as you sample mouth watering nouveau Andean cuisine.

RESTAURANT ITAIPU

Itaipu Restaurant boasts a terrace for al fresco dining where you can overlook the hotel grounds towards the falls or choose to take a seat inside the restaurant which serves a blend of Brazilian and international cuisine.

LOS UROS RESTAURANT

Tonight dine in at your hotel at Los Uros restaurant where you will taste the most delicious regional and international dishes.

MUSEUMS TOUR

Take a private tour featuring some of the key museums and art galleries of Buenos Aires; dependent on the day, may include History Museum; Art Museum; or Popular Art Museum. Moderate pace

LE SUD RESTAURANT

Dine in tonight at the elegant Le Sud and taste some of the world’s finest cuisine combining the Mediterranean with the recipes and flavours of Provence in a distinctive setting.

INTI RAYMI RESTAURANT

Dine in tonight at the hotel restaurant that offers a combination of tradition and innovation with international cuisine, incorporating exquisite Peruvian ingredients from the region.

LOCAL RESTAURANT – GRILLHOUSE
Travel into the township of Iguazu Falls and sample local cuisine at a local grillhouse (Churrascaria or Grillhouse). The cuisine is simple and naturally flavoursome, where the meat is cooked over a large charcoal or wood fired grill.

GARDENS TOUR

Take a private tour of some of the beautiful gardens of Palermo Woods area; dependent on the day, may include the Rose Garden, Japanese Garden and the Botanical Gardens. Moderate pace

SAN TELMO ANTIqUES MARkET

Visit the quirky San Telmo district where the plaza is transformed into a local market with a festive atmosphere and live Tango dancing abounds. Moderate pace 22

Choose what you want to do at no extra cost..
Rio Rio Dining Santiago Dining Santiago

PETROPOLIS TOUR

Explore historic Petroplis the mountain retreat of Brazil’s emperors. Visit the Imperial Museum, Catedral Sao Pedro de Alcantara and see the stunning glass Crystal Palace. Relaxed pace

BRAZILIAN CHURRASCARIA

Tonight dine at the quirky Marius Carnes, a typical Brazilian churrascaria, which overlooks Leme Beach. Sample a range of different grilled meat dishes, salads and dessert buffets.

AkARANA RESTAURANT & BAR

The restaurant offers the most pleasant outdoor seating in the area. Dine on a creative menu of Chilean cuisine fused with New Zealand specialties to create a wonderful feast for the palate.

CASABLANCA VALLEY WINERIES

Travel to the Casablanca Valley and sample fine Chilean wines at two boutique vineyards. Enjoy some free time at Casablanca Village before returning to Santiago. Relaxed pace

WALkING TOUR OF OLD RIO

Enjoy a private walking tour of the narrow streets and old historical buildings of downtown Rio. Your guide will share the legends and stories of this area. Moderate Pace

SAMBA BAR & RESTAURANT

Sample Rio’s nightlife as a local “carioca”. Enjoy a typical Brazilian dinner with live music at a traditional Samba Bar with space to dance in between courses and to dance away your dessert.

Your dining experience tonight is set on 600m2 of countryside landscape in the middle of the city and the cuisine - the best selections of Chilean dishes.

LA COPA FELIZ RESTAURANT

VALPARAISO AND VINA DEL MAR

Journey today to the important port of Valparaiso and ride the funiculars that made this picturesque city famous. Visit the seaside resort of Viña del Mar before returning to Santiago. Moderate Pace

TIjUCA FOREST & GARDENS BY jEEP

Travel in an open jeep to the Tijuca forest, the largest urban rainforest in the world. Tour the forest and stop at the key sights, then continue to the Botanical Gardens. Moderate Pace

RESTAURANT ATLANTIS

Dine tonight at the elegant Restaurante Atlantis, located on the first floor. The Restaurant features a sumptuous buffet with a beautiful balcony area to enjoy the views of Copacabana by night.

COMO AGUA PARA CHOCOLATE

Dine tonight at a magical place featuring a pink bell tower at the front and an interior water fountain. The restaurant is renowned for its excellent cuisine, a fusion of American and Chilean styles.

LOCAL HANDICRAFT MARkETS

Visit Los Dominicos Artisan Village. Explore the small handicraft stores and learn about the artisans lifestyle and livelihood. Afterwards enjoy free time at the Parque Arauco Mall. Relaxed pace

Simply select what you want to do and we’ll take care of the rest

FAVELA (SHANTY TOWN) TOUR

VISIT THE ANDES

Be prepared to encounter the poorest section of the community and discover the way of life of around 20% of Rio’s population. Learn about the significance of Samba and the Samba parade to the communities. Moderate Pace

Take a pictureseque drive through the Chilean Andes climbing to a height of 3,000m. After driving along the breathtaking mountain road, visit Valle Nevado, one of the mountain resorts in Chile. Moderate Pace

Please note: Scenic Tours is unable to offer the tour of Maracana Stadium as it is closed for renovations 2011

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Sugar Loaf Mountain, Rio de Janeiro

21 Day Icons of South America
Day 1 Lima, Peru Day 4
Welcome to Peru. On arrival into Lima you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Tonight meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers for a welcome drink and tour briefing. SCENICENRICH Enjoy a welcome dinner at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica restaurant, situated on the Pacific Ocean coastline of Lima. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: HD

ICONS OF SOUTH AMERICA

Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu

Day 2

Lima – Sacred Valley

This morning journey to Machu Picchu onboard the Vistadome Valley train. A highlight is your full day visit to the ancient Inca site of Machu Picchu. Your expert local guide will share the mysteries of this fabulous “lost city of the Incas” before lunch at Sanctuary Lodge. The afternoon is at leisure to explore the ruins at your own pace. Overnight Stay: Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel. Meals: FB,L,D

first class rail journey to Puno. Exquisitely decorated in the manner of the great Pullman trains of the 1920’s, the Andean Explorer boasts a full fleet of refurbished coaches. The open-air Observation Car provides the opportunity to take photographs of the magnificent scenery. On arrival in Puno transfer to your hotel located on an island in Lake Titicaca. Two Night Stay: Libertador Lake Titicaca. Meals: FB,L

Day 8

Lake Titicaca

Fly to Cuzco and travel to the breathtaking Sacred Valley of the Incas. SCENICENRICH Visit Hacienda Huayocarri set in a spectacular location overlooking the valley. The owners have a history spanning over three centuries. Enjoy a typical Andean lunch, prepared from the Hacienda’s own produce. SCENICENRICH Afterwards the women of Chinchero Village visit for a private demonstration of the weaving techniques used in the Andean highlands for centuries. Two Night Stay: Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection, Urubumba. Meals: FB,HL

Day 5

Machu Picchu – Cuzco

You have the morning to explore the area at leisure. You may choose to return to Machu Picchu with your local guide and climb to the Inti Rami (Sun Gate) to capture the view, or explore the quaint town of Aguas Calientes and its markets. This afternoon travel to Cuzco, enjoying afternoon tea onboard the Vistadome train. Enjoy the spectacular views from the carriages with glass ceilings. Two Night Stay: Libertador Palacio Del Inka. Meals: FB

Lake Titicaca is one of the highest navigable lakes in the world and the largest lake on the continent of South America. Today enjoy an excursion to the unusual floating islands of Uros. Made of the totora reeds, the islands were constructed as a defensive measure to enable them to be moved should a threat arise. Your guide will show you the lifestyle of the Uros communities including a visit to a school on one of the islands. Tonight enjoy your

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) venture into town and sample local cuisine; or (2) Los Uros Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 6

Cuzco

Day 3

Sacred Valley

This morning your local guide with take you on a walking tour of the town of Ollantaytambo, the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the Americas. Your tour includes a visit to the imposing Incan fortress overlooking the town. SCENICENRICH Visit the community supported by Scenic Tours. Meet the students and teachers at the local school and learn about their lifestyle. This afternoon continue to the colourful Indian craft markets at Pisac before returning to the hotel. Tonight enjoy dinner in the hotel. Meals: FB,D
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The charming city of Cuzco is a World Heritage listed site that was a former capital of the Incas. Explore the city this morning and marvel at the mix of Incan, Spanish and modern architecture and visit the imposing fortress of Sacsayhuaman. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to explore at your own pace. Tonight enjoy your

Day 9

Puno – Lima

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Local Restaurant and Folklore Show; or (2) Inka Grill; or (3) Inti Raymi Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 7

Cuzco – Puno

SCENICENRICH Board the OrientExpress Andean Explorer this morning for your

This morning fly to Lima. SCENICENRICH Visit the Larco Herrera Museum, a private museum, with one of the greatest ceramic collections in the world. Afterwards tour the city, a former capital of the Conquistadors, including the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral. SCENICENRICH Tonight dine at Huaca Pucllana Restaurant set beside a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid. The floodlit pyramid provides a spectacular backdrop for your dinner. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: FB,HD

1 Machu Picchu 2 Sacred Valley Lima 1 1 2 Cuzco 2 Puno Lake Titicaca
BRAZIL

PERU

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ARGENTINA

Iguazu Falls

3 Rio de Janeiro

Santiago 3
CHILE

3 Buenos Aires

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NIGHTS LAND CONTENT RAIL CONTENT FLIGHT CONTENT

Plaza de Armas, Cuzco

Enjoy breakfast before transferring to the airport to fly to Santiago, Chile. On arrival transfer to your hotel located in the elegant Él Golf area of the city. Three Night Stay: InterContinental Hotel. Meals: FB

Day 11

Santiago

Today your tour includes Plaza de Armas, Moneda’s Palace and the Cerro San Cristobal for magnificent views over the city. SCENICENRICH Enter the fascinating Pre-Columbian Museum where your private guide will explain the significance of the museum and its pieces. Tonight enjoy your

Day 15

Rio de Janeiro

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Petropolis Tour; or (2) walking Tour of Old Rio; or (3) Jeep Tour of Tijuca Forest and the Botanical Gardens; or (4) tour the Favela’s (Shanty Town). Tonight enjoy your

This morning fly to the World Heritage Iguazu Falls for a relaxing two night stay inside the Brazilian National Park at the newly remodeled Orient-Express Das Cataratas hotel. This afternoon your guide will show you the majesty of the Brazilian Falls. Be awed by the views of the world’s largest waterfall with more than 275 falls. Tonight enjoy your

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Ipe Grill; or (2) Restaurant Itaipu; or (3) local grillhouse in Iguazu town. Two Night Stay: Das Cataratas Hotel. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) savour Chilean Pacific Rim Cuisine at the delightful Akarana Restaurant; or (2) sample typical Chilean cuisine at La Copa Feliz; or (3) taste Chilean fusion cuisine at the Como Agua para Chocolate. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Brazilian Churrascaria at Marius Carnes; or (2) Samba Music and typical Brazilian fare at Rio Scenarium; or (3) enjoy the views over Copacabana Beach at the Restaurant Atlantis. Meals: FB,HD

Day 17

Iguazu Falls

SCENICENRICH This morning your
exciting adventure will take you through the rainforest and onto the water for a thrill you won’t forget. Travel up the river to the Falls.

Day 12

Santiago

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) travel to Casablanca Valley to sample fine Chilean wines; or (2) travel to the seaside town of Valparaiso and Vina del Mar; or (3) visit the local handicraft markets; or (4) visit the Andes. Meals: FB

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Day 13

Santiago – Rio de Janeiro

This morning take an early morning flight to Rio de Janeiro. Transfer to your hotel located on famous Copacabana Beach and delight in a local speciality, a glass of ‘caipirinha’ on arrival. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to savour the view from your balcony overlooking the beach. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Hotel – Oceanview Rooms. Meals: FB

Day 14

Rio de Janeiro

Today tour this vibrant city. Visit Corcovado Mountain and see the famous ‘Christ’ statue. Lunch today is at a delightful local restaurant in

Orient-Express Andean Explorer Train

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Day 10

Lima – Santiago, Chile

the Old Town. SCENICENRICH This afternoon visit the Sambadrome, home of the famous Carnivale Parade. Tour the Cultural Centre and try on some of the colourful costumes from the Parade. Then enjoy the spectacular view as you ride the cable car to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Meals: FB,L

Day 16

Rio de Janeiro – Iguazu Falls

La Boca, Buenos Aires

See the ‘Devil’s Throat’ and come close to the base of the ‘Three Musketeers’. The afternoon is at leisure to relax and enjoy this pristine wilderness. Meals: FB,D

Day 19

Buenos Aires

Day 20

Buenos Aires

ICONS OF SOUTH AMERICA

This morning tour this beautiful city famed as the “Paris of the Americas”. See the colourful districts of La Boca and San Telmo. Visit Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of Eva Peron and the nation’s leaders.SCENICENRICH Visit one of the cities’ famous old cafés and learn to dance the Tango. Tonight enjoy your

Day 18

Iguazu Falls – Buenos Aires, Argentina

This morning cross the border and tour the Argentinean Falls. Board the ecological train and ride to the ‘Devil’s Throat’ viewpoint. The view from the top of the falls is spectacular. This afternoon fly to Buenos Aires and transfer to your hotel in the elegant Recoleta area. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Buenos Aires. Meals: FB

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Fiesta Gaucha; or (2) Tigre River and Delta; or (3) Museums Tour; or (4) Gardens Tour; or (5) San Telmo Antiques market. SCENICENRICH Tonight enjoy your Farewell Dinner and spectacular Tango Show. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Piegari Vitello - a true Argentinean steakhouse; or (2) Piegari Italian Restaurant – one of the city’s best; or (3) the elegant Le Sud Restaurant inside the hotel. Meals: FB,HD

Day 21

Buenos Aires – Journey Home

Your tour ends after breakfast. Meals: FB

RIo CARNIVALE – THE BEST SHoW oF SAMBA oN EARTH!
Rio Carnivale is about celebrating all the colours of life in the grandest manner. Samba is the essence of the Carnivale and the Sambodrome is its base. Samba is uniquely Brazilian originating from Rio, a dance form that was invented by the poor Afro-Brazilians. The samba schools are social clubs representing a particular neighbourhood, usually a working class community of the slums (favelas). They have a dance hall to entertain and practice their samba, and a separate production unit to make their costumes and floats for the Rio Carnivale Parade. Preparation for the Parade starts months in advance, as each samba school mobilises thousands of supporters who will create the various parts of the school’s display.
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The schools practice continuously for months for their acts which comprise colourful floats, queens, and the best samba dancers who are selected from many enthusiasts. Rio Carnivale provides a platform for not only the best samba schools but even the base schools get a chance to show their talent as a part of the celebrations. The venue of the Parade, the Sambadrome, can seat around 70,000 people. The highlight of Carnivale is undoubtedly the Samba Schools Parade. The Champion’s Parade is the finale of the event and eagerly anticipated with the top six samba schools parading again in all their splendour and marvel. Enjoy watching all the colour of the Champion’s Parade on day 14 of your tour.

23 Day Tour Lima to Buenos Aires 2011 Feb 27 Tour Prices 23 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

TOUR CODE SAI.C

2011 $12,825 $3,450

Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/ Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Air taxes & charges approx $330

Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking)$2,000 Additions Business Class Upgrade Santiago/Rio de Janeiro Price on application (strictly limited availability) Conditions
Prices are per person, twin share in AUD. Fully inclusive of all sightseeing, entrance fees, tipping and gratuities, meals, Carnivale Champion’s Parade tickets and transfers, accommodation and flights as specified. Flights within South America must be booked by Scenic Tours. Flights may change and are subject to additional fare surcharges and taxes. ◆Taxes and charges are subject to change without notice. Tour Itinerary and pricing valid from 01 December 2010 – 30 November 2011. Tour Maps: any maps or other route depictions are intended as an indication only and should not be relied upon, please refer to terms and conditions clause 33. For full terms and conditions please refer pages 66-67.

Days 1-13 As per itinerary Day 14 Rio de Janeiro – Champion’s Parade

Days 15- 16 Rio de Janeiro Days 17-18 Iguazu Falls Days 19-22 Buenos Aires Day 23 Buenos Aires

Uros Islands boat and hut, Lake Titicaca

Departure Dates & Prices
21 Day Tour Lima to Buenos 2010 Jun 15✝ Jul 13✝ Aug 10✝ Sep 07✝,14✝ Oct 12✝,19✝, 26✝ Nov 02✝,09✝,23✝ TOUR CODE SAI Aires 2011 Jan 09,18 Mar 15,22,29 Apr 05,12,19,26 May 03,10,17, 24,31 Jun 07 Aug 23 Sep 13 Oct 04,11,18,25 Nov 01,08,15,22 2012 Jan 08,17 Mar 14,21,28 Apr 04,11,18,25 May 02,09,16, 23,30 Jun 06 Aug 22 Sep 12,19,26 Oct 03,10,17, 25,31 Nov 07,14,21

SCENICENRICH
Enhancing your holiday experience n Enjoy a sumptuous dinner at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica Restaurant n Taste delicious Peruvian cuisine with spectacular views at Hacienda Huayoccari n Learn about the age old weaving techniques at a private demonstration by the women of Chinchero Village n Visit the community supported by Scenic Tours and meet the children and teachers at the local school n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Andean Explorer through the breathtaking Andes n Visit Larco Herrera Museum n Dine at Huaca Puccllana Restaurant with the backdrop a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid n Enter the fascinating Pre-Columbian Museum in Santiago for a private tour n Visit the Sambadrome Cultural Centre and see the inside story of Carnivale n Exciting jet boat ride that takes you up close to mighty Iguazu Falls n Visit Café Tortoni and learn to dance the Argentinean Tango n Enjoy a highlight farewell dinner and spectacular Tango Show

n Tour the ancient Inca Citadel – amazing Machu Picchu n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Vistadome train from Machu Picchu n Tour the World Heritage listed city of Cuzco and the ruins of Sacsayhuaman n Visit the unusual floating islands of Uros n Enjoy a tour of Lima, the Peruvian capital n Tour Santiago including the Cerro San Cristobal n See the famous ‘Christ the Redeemer’ statue atop Corcovado Mountain n Ride the cable car to Sugar Loaf Mountain n Relaxing two night stay at Iguazu Falls n See the majesty of the Brazilian and Argentinean Iguazu Falls n See the highlights of Buenos Aires on a guided city tour

n Denotes guaranteed departures. ✝2010 departures - itinerary
varies. Please enquire for details. All 2012 dates and itinerary subject to change. Pricing and itinerary released in 2011.

Tour Prices 21 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

2011 $10,725 $3,080

SCENICDINING
n 36 superb meals including 20 Full Buffet Breakfasts (FB), 1 Highlight Lunch (HL), 3 Lunches (L), 9 Highlight Dinners (HD) and 3 Dinners (D)

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Air taxes & charges approx $330 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $1,000 Additions Business Class Upgrade Santiago/Rio de Janeiro Price on application (strictly limited availability) Tour Prices 21 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

SCENICSPECIALSTAYS
n The new Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection in the Sacred Valley n Luxurious Sumaq Hotel, a short distance from the famous Machu Picchu Inca Ruins n Libertador Palacio Del Inka in the historical centre of Cuzco and a member of Starwood Luxury Collection n At Sofitel Rio de Janeiro on Copacabana Beach, Scenic Tours guests enjoy fabulous views of the beach from their room n Hotel Das Cataratas by Orient-Express is uniquely located within the Brazilian Iguazu Falls National Park, two minutes walk from the Falls n Sofitel Buenos Aires is an elegant hotel in the heart of the upmarket Recoleta area

2010 departures - itinerary varies. Please enquire for details. Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

2010 $10,725 $3,080

SCENICFREECHOICE
n Scenic FreeChoice inclusions in Santiago, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires n Scenic FreeChoice dining in Cuzco, Lake Titicaca (Puno), Santiago, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires

SCENICHIGHLIGHTS
n Expert local guides in all destinations n Visit the Andean villages of Ollantaytambo and Pisac

Prices are per person, twin share in AUD. Fully inclusive of all sightseeing, entrance fees, tipping and gratuities, meals, accommodation and flights as specified. Flights within South America must be booked by Scenic Tours. Flights may change and are subject to additional fare surcharges and taxes. ◆Taxes and charges are subject to change without notice. Tour Itinerary and pricing valid from 01 December 2010 – 30 November 2011. Tour Maps: any maps or other route depictions are intended as an indication only and should not be relied upon, please refer to terms and conditions clause 33. For full terms and conditions please refer pages 66-67.

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Air taxes & charges approx $330 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $1,000 Additions Business Class Upgrade Santiago/Rio de Janeiro Price on application (strictly limited availability) Conditions

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Touring the Scenic Way

Peruvian women, children and llamas

32 Day South America & Antarctic Adventure
Day 1 Lima, Peru Day 4
Welcome to Peru. On arrival into Lima you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Tonight meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers for a welcome drink and tour briefing. SCENICENRICH Enjoy a welcome dinner at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica restaurant. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: HD

SOUTH AMERICA & ANTARCTIC ADVENTURE

Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu

Day 2

Lima – Sacred Valley

This morning journey to Machu Picchu onboard the Vistadome Valley train. A highlight is your full day visit to the ancient Inca site of Machu Picchu. Your expert local guide will share the mysteries of this fabulous “lost city of the Incas” before lunch at Sanctuary Lodge. The afternoon is at leisure to explore the ruins at your own pace. Overnight Stay: Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel. Meals: FB,L,D

magnificent scenery. On arrival in Puno transfer to your hotel located on an island in Lake Titicaca. Two Night Stay: Libertador Lake Titicaca. Meals: FB,L

Day 8

Lake Titicaca

Fly to Cuzco and travel to the breathtaking Sacred Valley of the Incas. SCENICENRICH Visit Hacienda Huayocarri set in a spectacular location overlooking the valley. The owners have a history spanning over three centuries. Enjoy a typical Andean lunch, prepared from the Hacienda’s own produce. SCENICENRICH Afterwards the women of Chinchero Village visit for a private demonstration of the weaving techniques used in the Andean highlands for centuries. Two Night Stay: Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection, Urubumba. Meals: FB,HL

Day 5

Machu Picchu – Cuzco

You have the morning to explore the area at leisure. This afternoon travel to Cuzco, enjoying afternoon tea onboard the Vistadome train. Enjoy the spectacular views from the carriages with glass ceilings. Two Night Stay: Libertador Palacio Del Inka. Meals: FB

Lake Titicaca is one of the highest navigable lakes in the world. Today enjoy an excursion to the unusual floating islands of Uros. Made of the totora reeds, the islands were constructed as a defensive measure to enable them to be moved should a threat arise. Your guide will show you the lifestyle of the Uros communities including a visit to a school on one of the islands. Tonight enjoy your

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Sample local cuisine; or (2) Los Uros Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 6

Cuzco

Day 9

Puno – Lima

Day 3

Sacred Valley

This morning your local guide with take you on a walking tour of the town of Ollantaytambo, the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the Americas, including a visit to the imposing Incan fortress overlooking the town. SCENICENRICH Visit the community supported by Scenic Tours. Meet the students and teachers at the local school and learn about their lifestyle. This afternoon continue to the colourful Indian craft markets at Pisac. Tonight enjoy dinner in the hotel. Meals: FB,D
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The charming city of Cuzco is a World Heritage listed site that was a former capital of the Incas. Explore the city this morning and marvel at the mix of Incan, Spanish and modern architecture and visit the imposing fortress of Sacsayhuaman. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Local Restaurant and Folklore Show; or (2) Inka Grill; or (3) Inti Raymi Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 7

Cuzco – Puno

This morning fly to Lima. SCENICENRICH Visit the Larco Herrera Museum, a private museum, with one of the greatest ceramic collections in the world. Afterwards tour the city, including the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral. SCENICENRICH Tonight dine at Huaca Pucllana Restaurant set beside a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid. The floodlit pyramid provides a spectacular backdrop for your dinner. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICENRICH Board the OrientExpress Andean Explorer this morning for your first class rail journey to Puno. The open-air Observation Car provides the opportunity to take photographs of the

Day 10

Lima – Santiago, Chile

Fly to Santiago, Chile. On arrival transfer to your hotel located in the elegant Él Golf area of the city. Three Night Stay: InterContinental Hotel. Meals: FB

1 Machu Picchu 2 Sacred Valley Lima 1 1 2 Cuzco 2 Puno
PERU

Lake Titicaca

BRAZIL

ARGENTINA

3 Rio de Janeiro 2 Iguazu Falls

Santiago 3
CHILE

1 3 Buenos Aires

Torres del Paine National Park

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NIGHTS LAND CONTENT RAIL CONTENT CRUISE CONTENT FLIGHT CONTENT

Ushuaia South Shetland Islands Deception Island

10 Cruise
Drake Passage

Elephant Island
ANTARCTICA
Visit the Andean village of Ollantaytambo

Today your tour includes Plaza de Armas, Moneda’s Palace and the Cerro San Cristobal for magnificent views over the city.

SCENICENRICH Enter the fascinating
Pre–Columbian Museum where your private guide will explain the significance of the museum and its pieces. Tonight enjoy your

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Petropolis Tour; or (2) walking Tour of Old Rio; or (3) Jeep Tour of Tijuca Forest and the Botanical Gardens; or (4) tour the Favela’s (Shanty Town). Tonight enjoy your

Hotel. Meals: FB,HD

Day 17

Iguazu Falls

SCENICENRICH This morning your
exciting adventure will take you through the rainforest and onto the water for a thrill you won’t forget. Travel up the river to the Falls. See the ‘Devil’s Throat’ and come close to the base of the ‘Three Musketeers’. The afternoon is at leisure to relax and enjoy this pristine wilderness. Meals: FB,D

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Brazilian Churrascaria; or (2) Samba Music and typical Brazilian fare; or (3) Restaurant Atlantis. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Akarana Restaurant; or (2) La Copa Feliz; or (3) Como Agua para Chocolate. Meals: FB,HD

Day 16

Rio de Janeiro – Iguazu Falls

Day 12

Santiago

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Casablanca Valley to sample fine Chilean wines; or (2) the seaside town of Valparaiso and Vina del Mar; or (3) visit the local handicraft markets; or (4) visit the Andes. Meals: FB

This morning fly to the World Heritage Iguazu Falls for a relaxing two night stay inside the Brazilian National Park. This afternoon your guide will show you the majesty of the Brazilian Falls. Be awed by the views of the world’s largest waterfall with more than 275 falls. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Ipe Grill; or (2) Restaurant Itaipu; or (3) local grillhouse in

Day 18

Iguazu Falls – Buenos Aires, Argentina

This morning cross the border and tour the Argentinean Falls. Board the ecological train and ride to the ‘Devil’s Throat’ viewpoint. The view from the top of the falls is spectacular. This afternoon fly to Buenos Aires and transfer to your hotel in the elegant Recoleta area. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Buenos Aires. Meals: FB

Day 13

Santiago – Rio de Janeiro

This morning fly to Rio de Janeiro. Transfer to your hotel located on the famous Copacabana Beach and delight in a local speciality, a glass of ‘caipirinha’ on arrival. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to savour the view from your balcony overlooking the beach. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Hotel – Oceanview Rooms. Meals: FB

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Day 14

Rio de Janeiro

Visit Corcovado Mountain and see the famous ‘Christ’ statue. Lunch today is at a delightful local restaurant in the Old Town.

SCENICENRICH This afternoon visit the
Sambadrome, home of the famous Carnivale Parade. Tour the Cultural Centre and try on some of the colourful costumes from the Parade. Marvel at the spectacular view as you ride the cable car to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Meals: FB,L
Huaca Puccllana Restaurant, overlooking a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid

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Day 11

Santiago

Day 15

Rio de Janeiro

Iguazu town. Two Night Stay: Das Cataratas

Zodiac excursion

Day 19

Buenos Aires

Day 21

Buenos Aires – Ushuaia

This morning tour this beautiful city and see the colourful districts of La Boca and San Telmo. Visit Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of Eva Peron and the nation’s leaders. SCENICENRICH Visit one of the cities’ famous old cafés and learn to dance the Tango. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) a true Argentinean steakhouse; or (2) one of the city’s best Italian restaurants; or (3) the elegant Le Sud Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Transfer to the airport and fly to Ushuaia. On arrival enjoy a tour of this remote town before transferring to your luxurious cruise ship Le Boréal. Settle in and enjoy the atmosphere before the evening departure. Sailing east through the Beagle Channel, enjoy dramatic views of the mountains of Tierra del Fuego. Ten Night Cruise: Le Boréal, Outside Deluxe Stateroom. Meals: FB,L,D

Days 22-23 Drake Passage
Enter the wildlife-rich waters of the Drake Passage. Your expedition leaders will introduce the various species of birds and marine life that you will encounter on your voyage. Wandering albatrosses, shearwaters, cape petrels, and numerous other seabirds will escort you. The first sightings of icebergs and snow-capped mountains indicate that you have reached the South Shetland Islands. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 20

Buenos Aires

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Fiesta Gaucha; or (2) Tigre River and Delta; or (3) Museums Tour; or (4) Gardens Tour; or (5) San Telmo Antiques market. SCENICENRICH Tonight enjoy your Highlight Dinner and spectacular Tango Show. Meals: FB,HD

Days 24-28 Antarctic Peninsula
Antarctica is the fifth largest continent and 99% covered with perpetual ice. It is one of the most remote and inaccessible areas in the world. The schedule is flexible in order to take advantage of the unexpected. During the cruise, wet landings will take place with sturdy inflatable zodiacs, accompanied by naturalist guides to give you a richer experience of the treasures of the Antarctic Peninsula. Certain zodiac excursions will not allow for landings. Landings will depend on meteorological conditions, the position of the ice and winds, and the state of the sea. During the visit to this remote area the itinerary includes opportunities to navigate some of the most beautiful waterways: the Gerlache Strait, and the Lemaire Channel, one of the top destinations in Antarctica; steep cliffs hem in the iceberg-filled passage, which is
Beagle Channel and Tierra del Fuego

narrowest point. Visit Pleneau Island and Port Lockroy, a natural harbour on the Antarctic Peninsula of the British Antarctic Territory. Half the island is open to tourists, while the other half is reserved for penguins. The South Shetland Islands are a haven for wildlife. Vast penguin rookeries, beaches ruled by Antarctic fur seals and southern elephant seals make every day spent in this amazing island group unforgettable. Sail through a narrow passage into the flooded caldera of Deception Island. This was a favourite refuge area from the storms and icebergs of Antarctica and is famous for its several colonies of chinstrap penguins. During your passage through the islands you are likely to see weddell, crab eater and leopard seals as well as minke, killer (orca) and humpback whales at close range. Sail the Weddell Sea, contained within the two overlapping claims of Argentine Antarctica and British Antarctic Territory. Much of the southern part of the sea is permanent ice and you will see icebergs as you sail through. See Brown Bluff, an extinct volcano located at the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. Meals: FB,L,D

SOUTH AMERICA & ANTARCTIC ADVENTURE

Days 29-30 Drake Passage
Leave Antarctica and head north across the Drake Passage. Join lecturers and naturalists on deck as you search for seabirds and whales. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 31

Ushuaia – Buenos Aires

Disembark this morning and transfer to the airport for your flight to Buenos Aires. On arrival transfer to the hotel. This evening enjoy our farewell dinner in the hotel. Overnight Stay: Sofitel Buenos Aires. Meals: FB,D

Day 32

Buenos Aires – Journey Home

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11 kms long and just 1,600 metres wide at its

Your tour ends this morning after breakfast. Meals: FB

Tango Show

Departure Dates & Prices
32 Day Tour Lima to Buenos Aires 2011 Jan 09,18 TOUR CODE SAIE 2012 Jan 8,17

SCENICENRICH
Enhancing your holiday experience n Enjoy a sumptuous dinner at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica Restaurant n Taste delicious Peruvian cuisine with spectacular views at Hacienda Huayoccari n Learn about the age old weaving techniques at a private demonstration n Meet the children and teachers at a local school supported by Scenic Tours n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Andean Explorer through the breathtaking Andes n Visit Larco Herrera Museum n Dine at Huaca Puccllana Restaurant with the backdrop a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid n Private tour of a Pre-Columbian Museum n Visit the Sambadrome Cultural Centre and see the inside story of Carnivale n Jet boat ride up close to mighty Iguazu Falls n Learn to dance the Argentinean Tango n Spectacular Tango Show and highlight dinner

n Enjoy a tour of Lima, the Peruvian capital n Tour Santiago including the Cerro San Cristobal n See the famous ‘Christ the Redeemer’ statue atop Corcovado Mountain n Ride the cable car to Sugar Loaf Mountain n Relaxing two night stay at Iguazu Falls n See the majesty of the Brazilian and Argentinean Iguazu Falls n See the highlights of Buenos Aires on a guided city tour n 10 night cruise onboard the luxurious MV Le Boréal in a deluxe outside stateroom n MV Le Boréal cruise includes onboard lectures, all Zodiac excursions, expedition parka and boots, and wine with lunch and dinner

All 2012 dates and itinerary subject to change. Pricing and itinerary released in 2011.

Tour Prices 32 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/ Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires; Buenos Aires/Ushuaia/Buenos Aires. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

2011 $20,995 $5,025

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport taxes & charges approx $395 Port Charges approx $715 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $3,000 Additions Business Class Upgrade Santiago/Rio de Janeiro
Price on application (strictly limited availability)

Conditions

SCENICDINING
n 68 superb meals including 31 Full Buffet Breakfasts (FB), 1 Highlight Lunch (HL), 13 Lunches (L), 9 Highlight Dinners (HD) and 14 Dinners (D)

SCENICFREECHOICE
n Scenic FreeChoice inclusions in Santiago, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires n Scenic FreeChoice dining in Cuzco, Lake Titicaca (Puno), Santiago, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires

SCENICSPECIALSTAYS
n The new Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection in the Sacred Valley n Luxurious Sumaq Hotel, a short distance from the famous Machu Picchu Inca Ruins n Libertador Palacio Del Inka in the historical centre of Cuzco and a member of Starwood Luxury Collection n At the Sofitel Rio de Janeiro on Copacabana Beach, Scenic Tours guests enjoy fabulous views of the beach from their room n Hotel Das Cataratas by Orient-Express is uniquely located within the Brazilian Iguazu Falls National Park, two minutes walk from the Falls n Sofitel Buenos Aires is an elegant hotel in the heart of the upmarket Recoleta area

Prices are per person, twin share in AUD. Fully inclusive of all sightseeing, entrance fees, tipping and gratuities on land and cruise portion of the tour, meals, accommodation and flights as specified. Flights within South America must be booked by Scenic Tours. Flights may change and are subject to additional fare surcharges and taxes. Single supplements are restricted to a maximum of 3 cabins per departure. ◆Taxes and charges are subject to change without notice. Tour Itinerary and pricing valid from 01 December 2010 – 31 November 2011. Tour Maps: any maps or other route depictions are intended as an indication only and should not be relied upon, please refer to terms and conditions clause 33. For full terms and conditions please refer pages 66-67.

SCENICHIGHLIGHTS
n Expert local guides in all destinations n Visit the Andean villages of Ollantaytambo and Pisac n Tour the ancient Inca Citadel – amazing Machu Picchu n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Vistadome train from Machu Picchu n Tour Cuzco and the ruins of Sacsayhuaman n Visit the unusual floating islands of Uros

Journey onboard the Orient-Express Vistadome train

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Touring the Scenic Way

Birdwatching in the Amazon

32 Day South American Adventure & Galapagos & Amazon Cruising
Day 1 Quito, Ecuador
Welcome to Ecuador. On arrival into Quito you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Tonight meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers for a welcome drink and tour briefing. Three Night Stay: Hilton Colon Hotel. in the northern hemisphere and the other in the southern hemisphere. Visit the Intiñan Museum and see the interactive exhibits on how the Incas determined the middle of the earth. SCENICENRICH Visit a local bakery and taste some Ecuadorian specialties. Afternoon at leisure. Meals: FB,D encounter colonies of masked and blue-footed boobies whose nesting grounds overlap the trail. Then reach the world’s largest colony of waved albatross. Visit the blowhole which shoots water 20 metres into the air. Cruise to San Cristobal Island to visit the breeding centre and learn about the National Park’s program for the giant tortoises. Meals: FB,L,D

SOUTH AMERICAN ADVENTURE & GALAPAGOS & AMAZON CRUISING

Day 2

Quito

Your tour of this UNESCO World Heritage listed city set high in the Andes includes the old city centre and the Cerro Panecillo for fantastic views over the city. SCENICENRICH Tonight enjoy dinner in a local restaurant sampling Ecuadorian Cuisine. Meals: FB,HD

Day 4

Quito – Galapagos Islands

Day 3

Quito

Just outside Quito lies the “La Mitad del Mundo” (Middle of the World) which marks zero latitude. Here you can stand with one foot

Fly to the Galapagos Islands. Transfer to your cruise ship, the MV Galapagos Legend, and settle into your Junior Suite onboard. Meet your expert Naturalist guide at a welcome briefing and take a light lunch whilst you cruise to North Seymour Island. Your first excursion is a dry landing at a site that has a major colony of blue footed boobies and the magnificent frigate bird. Spot marine iguanas, land iguanas and playful sea lions. Three Night Cruise: MV Galapagos Legend, Oceanview Junior Suite. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 7

Santa Cruz – Lima, Peru

This morning you can snorkel and see a variety of fish. Cruise through the Itabaca Channel with its turquoise waters before reaching Baltra Island where your cruise ends. Transfer to the airport and fly to Lima via Guayaquil. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: FB,L

Day 8

Lima – Amazon Cruise

Day 5

Santa Cruz

At Santa Cruz, after a wet landing, walk to a salt-water lagoon, where occasionally pink flamingos can be observed. Continue to Dragon Hill, a nesting site for land iguana’s with lovely views of the bay. Continue to Floreana Island for a wet landing on the bizarre green coloured beach. Your naturalist will lead you to a large lagoon, home to one of the biggest flamingo populations in the Galapagos. Snorkellers can swim in the sheltered cove and watch the playful sea lions surfing the gentle waves. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 6
Amazon child

Española – San Cristobal

Enjoy the morning at leisure. This afternoon fly to the remote town of Iquitos, in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon. Board your exclusive charter of the MV Aria and settle into your luxurious suite. Tonight cruise towards the Yanayacu River, deep in the heart of Amazonia. Over the next three days, sail along the two largest tributaries of the Amazon, the Ucayali and the Marañon, as well as on the mighty Amazon itself. You are embarking on a spectacular adventure, to a remote place visited by only a few travellers. (Please note itinerary based on high water levels and itinerary will vary subject to the water levels at time of travel). Three Night Cruise: MV Aria, Deluxe Suite Cabin. Meals: FB,D

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Land at Suarez Point and cross the inactive lava terrain. The island is one of the most important sites for bird watching. After a short trek

Day 9

Amazon Cruise

Board the comfortable excursion skiffs and explore the Tahuayo black water river. Spot a

ECUADOR

3 Galapagos Islands

3 Quito
Iquitos

3 Amazon Basin

1 Machu Picchu 2 Sacred Valley Lima 1 2 1 2 Cuzco Puno PERU 2

Lake Titicaca
BRAZIL

CHILE
1
NIGHTS LAND CONTENT RAIL CONTENT CRUISE CONTENT FLIGHT CONTENT

2 Iguazu Falls
ARGENTINA

3 Rio de Janeiro

Santiago 3

3 Buenos Aires
Galapagos giant tortoise and visitor

your own pace. Overnight Stay: Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 14

Sacred Valley

Day 16

Machu Picchu – Cuzco

Day 10

Pacaya Samiria National Reserve

Today enter the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, the largest protected flooded forest of the world with a diversity of 449 tropical bird species, 102 mammals, 256 known species of freshwater fish, 69 reptiles and more than 1,000 varieties of plants. The reserve is home to species in danger of extinction like the giant otter, the manatee and the pink dolphin of the Amazon. There is a choice of excursions, all led by an expert Park Ranger. Meals: FB,L,D

This morning your local guide with take you on a walking tour of Ollantaytambo, the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the Americas. SCENICENRICH Visit the community supported by Scenic Tours. Meet the students and teachers at the local school and learn about their lifestyle. Continue to the colourful Indian craft markets at Pisac. Meals: FB,D

The morning is free to explore at your leisure. This afternoon travel to Cuzco onboard the Vistadome train, enjoying afternoon tea with spectacular views from the carriages with glass ceilings. Two Night Stay: Libertador Palacio Del Inka. Meals: FB

Day 17

Cuzco

The charming city of Cuzco is a World Heritage listed site with a mixture of Incan, Spanish and modern architecture. Tour the city and visit the imposing fortress of Sacsayhuaman. The afternoon is free to explore at your own pace. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) local Restaurant and Folklore Show; or (2) Inka Grill; or (3) Inti Raymi Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 15

Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu

Day 11

Amazon – Lima

This morning watch the sun rise over the birthplace of the Amazon River. Disembark and visit the Manatee Rescue Centre, where biologists and volunteers care for endangered Amazon manatees that conservation authorities have seized from local people and fishermen. Transfer to Iquitos Airport and fly to Lima. Two Night Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: FB,L

This morning journey to Machu Picchu onboard the Vistadome Valley train. A highlight is your full day visit to the ancient Inca site of Machu Picchu. Your private guide will share the mysteries of this fabulous “lost city of the Incas” before lunch at Sanctuary Lodge. The

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Day 12

Lima

Today is a free day to relax and explore the city of Lima. SCENICENRICH Tonight dine at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 13

Lima – Sacred Valley

Fly to Cuzco and travel to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. SCENICENRICH Visit Hacienda Huayocarri set in a spectacular location overlooking the valley. Enjoy a typical Andean lunch, prepared from the Hacienda’s own produce. SCENICENRICH Afterwards the women of Chinchero Village visit for a private

Inca ruins, Ollantaytambo

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variety of wildlife, including terns, black collared hawks, monkeys and the sloth. Enjoy a chance to fish for the fearsome, sharp-toothed piranha. As soon as it is dark, search for night wildlife – including nighthawks, frogs and caimans. Meals: FB,L,D

demonstration of the weaving techniques used in the Andean highlands for centuries. Two Night Stay: Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection, Urubumba. Meals: FB,HL

afternoon is at leisure to explore the ruins at

Chinchero village weaving demonstration

Day 18

Cuzco – Puno

SCENICENRICH Board the OrientExpress Andean Explorer this morning for your first class rail journey to Puno. The open-air observation car provides the opportunity to take photographs of the magnificent scenery. Two Night Stay: Libertador Lake Titicaca. Meals: FB,L

or (2) La Copa Feliz; or (3) Como Agua para Chocolate. Meals: FB,HD

Day 28

Iguazu Falls

SOUTH AMERICAN ADVENTURE & GALAPAGOS & AMAZON CRUISING

SCENICENRICH This morning your
exciting adventure will take you through the rainforest and onto the water for a thrill you won’t forget. Travel up the river to the Falls. See the ‘Devil’s Throat’ and come close to the base of the ‘Three Musketeers’. Meals: FB,D

Day 23

Santiago

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Casablanca Valley; or (2) Valparaiso and Vina del Mar; or (3) handicraft markets; or (4) visit the Andes. Meals: FB

Day 19

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca is one of the highest navigable lakes in the world. Today enjoy an excursion to the unusual floating islands of Uros and see the lifestyle of the Uros communities including a visit to a school on one of the islands. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Local restaurant; or (2) Los Uros Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 24

Santiago – Rio de Janeiro

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Early morning fly to Rio de Janeiro. Delight in a local speciality, a glass of ‘caipirinha’ on arrival. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Hotel – Oceanview Rooms. Meals: FB

Iguazu Falls – Buenos Aires, Argentina

Cross the border and tour the Argentinean Falls. Board the ecological train and ride to the ‘Devil’s Throat’ viewpoint. Fly to Buenos Aires and transfer to your hotel in the elegant Recoleta area. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Buenos Aires. Meals: FB

Day 25

Rio de Janeiro

Day 20

Puno – Lima

Fly to Lima. SCENICENRICH Visit Larco Herrera Museum, a private museum, with one of the greatest ceramic collections in the world. Afterwards tour the city, including the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral. SCENICENRICH Tonight dine at Huaca Pucllana Restaurant set beside a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: FB,HD

Visit Corcovado Mountain and see the ‘Christ’ statue. SCENICENRICH Visit the Sambadrome, home of the famous Carnivale Parade, and try on some of the colourful costumes from the Parade. Enjoy the views as you ride the cable car to Sugar Loaf Mountain. Meals: FB,L

Day 30

Buenos Aires

Your city tour includes the colourful districts of La Boca and San Telmo and Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of Eva Peron.

SCENICENRICH Visit one of the cities’
famous old cafés and learn to dance the Tango. Tonight enjoy your

Day 26

Rio de Janeiro

Day 21

Lima – Santiago, Chile

Fly to Santiago, Chile. On arrival transfer to your hotel located in the elegant Él Golf area. Three Night Stay: InterContinental Hotel. Meals: FB

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Petropolis Tour; or (2) walking tour of Old Rio; or (3) Jeep Tour of Tijuca Forest; or (4) Favela Tour (Shanty Town). Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Brazilian Churrascaria; or (2) Samba restaurant; or (3) Restaurant Atlantis. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Argentinean steakhouse; or (2) Italian Restaurants; or (3) Le Sud Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 31

Buenos Aires

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Fiesta Gaucha; or (2) Tigre River and Delta; or (3) Museums Tour; or (4) Gardens Tour; or (5) San Telmo Antiques market. SCENICENRICH Tonight enjoy your Farewell Dinner and spectacular Tango Show. Meals: FB,HD

Day 27

Day 22

Santiago

Rio de Janeiro – Iguazu Falls

Tour the city including Plaza de Armas, Moneda’s Palace and Cerro San Cristobal. SCENICENRICH Enter the Pre– Columbian Museum where your private guide will explain the significance of its pieces. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Akarana Restaurant;
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Fly to Iguazu Falls for a relaxing two night stay inside the Brazilian National Park. This afternoon your guide will show you the majesty of the Brazilian Falls. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Ipe Grill; or (2) Restaurant Itaipu; or (3) local grillhouse in Iguazu town. Two Night Stay: Das Cataratas Hotel. Meals: FB,HD

Day 32

Buenos Aires – Journey Home

Your tour ends after breakfast. Meals: FB

Iguazu Falls at sunset

Departure Dates & Prices
32 Day Tour TOUR CODE SAAG Quito to Buenos Aires 2010 2011 2012 Jun 05✝ Mar 25 Mar 24 Sep 04✝ Apr 08,22 Apr 07,21 Oct 02✝,23✝,30✝ May 06,13,20,27 May 05,12,19,26 Oct 07,14,21,28 Oct 06,13,20,27 Nov 13✝ Nov 04,11 Nov 03,10
n Denotes guaranteed departures. ✝2010 departures - itinerary
varies. Please enquire for details. All 2012 dates and itinerary subject to change. Pricing and itinerary released in 2011.

SCENICENRICH
Enhancing your holiday experience n Sample delicious Ecuadorian cuisine at a traditional local restaurant n Visit a bakery to taste Ecuadorian specialities n 3 nights▼ MV Aria private charter specifically designed for touring the Amazon basin including all beverages onboard n Enjoy a sumptuous dinner at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica Restaurant n Taste delicious Peruvian cuisine with spectacular views at Hacienda Huayoccari n Learn about the age old weaving techniques at a private demonstration n Meet the children and teachers at a local school supported by Scenic Tours n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Andean Explorer through the breathtaking Andes n Visit Larco Herrera Museum n Dine at Huaca Puccllana Restaurant with the backdrop a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid n Private tour of a Pre-Columbian Museum n Visit the Sambadrome Cultural Centre and see the inside story of Carnivale n Jet boat ride up close to mighty Iguazu Falls n Learn to dance the Argentinean Tango n Spectacular Tango Show and farewell dinner

n All offshore excursions escorted by expert Naturalist guides on MV Galapagos Legend n Wine with dinner – MV Galapagos Legend n All offshore excursions escorted by expert Naturalist guides on MV Aria n Visit the villages of Ollantaytambo and Pisac n Tour the ancient Inca Citadel Machu Picchu n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Vistadome train from Machu Picchu n Tour Cuzco and the ruins of Sacsayhuaman n Visit the unusual floating islands of Uros n Enjoy a tour of Lima, the Peruvian capital n Tour Santiago including the Cerro San Cristobal n See the famous ‘Christ the Redeemer’ statue n Ride the cable car to Sugar Loaf Mountain n Relaxing two night stay at Iguazu Falls n See the majesty of the Brazilian and Argentinean Iguazu Falls n See the highlights of Buenos Aires

Tour Prices 32 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

2011 $19,300 $7,325

Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Quito/Baltra; Baltra/Lima; Lima/Iquitos/Lima; Lima/ Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport taxes & charges approx $635 Galapagos Taxes and fuel surcharge approx $265 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000 Additions Upgrade to Balcony Suite MV Galapagos Legend

Price on application (strictly limited availability)

SCENICDINING
n 62 superb meals including 31 Full Buffet Breakfasts (FB), 1 Highlight Lunch (HL), 10 Lunches (L), 10 Highlight Dinners (HD) and 10 Dinners (D)

Upgrade to Premium Suite MV Aria Business Class Upgrade Santiago/Rio de Janeiro
Price on application (strictly limited availability)

$365

Tour Prices 31 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

2010 $19,300 $7,325

SCENICSPECIALSTAYS
n The new Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection in the Sacred Valley n Luxurious Sumaq Hotel, a short distance from the famous Machu Picchu Inca Ruins n Libertador Palacio Del Inka in the historical centre of Cuzco and a member of Starwood Luxury Collection n At the Sofitel Rio de Janeiro on Copacabana Beach, Scenic Tours guests enjoy fabulous views of the beach from their room n Hotel Das Cataratas by Orient-Express is uniquely located within the Brazilian Iguazu Falls National Park, two minutes walk from the Falls n Sofitel Buenos Aires is an elegant hotel in the heart of the upmarket Recoleta area

2010 departures - itinerary varies. Please enquire for details. Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Quito/Baltra; Baltra/Lima; Lima/Iquitos/Lima; Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/ Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

SCENICFREECHOICE
n Scenic FreeChoice inclusions in Santiago, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires n Scenic FreeChoice dining in Cuzco, Lake Titicaca (Puno), Santiago, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport taxes & charges approx $635 Galapagos Taxes and fuel surcharge approx $265 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000 Additions (strictly limited availability) Upgrade to Balcony Suite MV Galapagos Legend –

Price on application (strictly limited availability)

Upgrade to Master Suite MV Aqua Business Class Upgrade Santiago/Rio de Janeiro –
Price on application (strictly limited availability)

$250

SCENICHIGHLIGHTS
n Expert local guides in all destinations n Tour the UNESCO World Heritage listed Quito n Stand in the north and south hemispheres at the same time at the Equator monument n Oceanview Junior Suite cabins onboard MV Galapagos Legend for the 3 night cruise▲

Prices are per person, twin share in AUD. Fully inclusive of all sightseeing, entrance fees, tipping and gratuities on land portion of the tour only, meals, accommodation, Junior Suite on Galapagos Legend, deluxe cabin on exclusive charter of MV Aria and flights as specified. Onboard gratuities are not included for any tour. Flights within South America must be booked by Scenic Tours. Flights may change and are subject to additional fare surcharges and taxes. ▼ Exclusive MV Aria Charter guaranteed for all departures that reach maximum capacity. If maximum capacity is not reached, Scenic Tours reserves the right to release the charter and allow the operator to sell the remaining cabins to the general public. ▲Oceanview Junior suite cabin onboard MV Galapagos Legend subject to availability, until sold out. Single Supplements are restricted to a maximum of 3 cabins per departure. ◆Taxes and charges are subject to change without notice. Tour Itinerary and pricing valid from 01 December 2010 – 30 November 2011. Tour Maps: any maps or other route depictions are intended as an indication only and should not be relied upon, please refer to terms and conditions clause 33. For full terms and conditions please refer pages 66-67.

Conditions

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Touring the Scenic Way

Galapagos Land Iguana

29 Day Galapagos Cruise & Icons of South America
Day 1 Quito, Ecuador Day 3 Quito Day 6
Welcome to Ecuador. On arrival into Quito you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Tonight meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers for a welcome drink and tour briefing. Three Night Stay: Hilton Colon Hotel. Just outside Quito lies the “La Mitad del Mundo” (Middle of the World), which marks 0 (zero) latitude. Here you can stand with one foot in the northern hemisphere and the other in the southern hemisphere. Visit the Intiñan Museum which features interactive exhibits on how the Incas determined the middle of the earth. SCENICENRICH Visit a local bakery and taste some Ecuadorian specialties. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to explore Quito. Meals: FB,D

GALAPAGOS CRUISE & ICONS OF SOUTH AMERICA

Santiago Island – Rabida Island

Day 2

Quito

Mid morning depart on your tour of this UNESCO World Heritage listed city set high in the Andes and surrounded by volcanoes as high as 6,000 m above sea level. Visit the old city centre with its quaint cobblestone streets and colourful buildings. Enjoy the views over the city from the Cerro Panecillo before returning to the hotel. SCENICENRICH Tonight enjoy dinner in a local restaurant sampling Ecuadorian Cuisine. Meals: FB,HD

Day 4

Quito – Galapagos Islands

Fly to the Galapagos Islands. On arrival at Baltra Island transfer to your cruise ship, the MV Galapagos Legend, and settle into your Junior Suite onboard. Meet your expert Naturalist guide at a welcome briefing and take a light lunch whilst you cruise to Bartoleme Island. Your first excursion is a dry landing and you will see volcanic formations like lava bombs and cinder cones. After a moderate walk to the summit you can enjoy a great view of the surrounding islands. During the walk you may see colonies of marine iguanas, lava lizards and various cacti. Four Night Cruise: MV Galapagos Legend, Oceanview Junior Suite. Meals: FB,L,D

Make a wet landing on Santiago Island where your Naturalist will educate you about the inactive lava terrain you are crossing. Observe hunting herons, great blue herons, lava herons, yellow crowned night herons and oyster catchers. See marine iguanas grazing on algae beds alongside red sally light-foot crabs. Cruise to Rabida Island for a wet landing. Your Naturalist will guide you to a salt water lagoon, where flamingos can sometimes be found. Blue footed boobies and nine species of Darwin’s finches can also be observed. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 7

Santa Cruz Island

Today visit the Charles Darwin Research Centre where you can admire the giant tortoises that are part of the breeding program. Enjoy some free time in town before visiting the highlands to observe the famous giant tortoises. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 8

Santa Cruz – Lima, Peru

Day 5

Isabela Island

Ruins, Lake Titicaca

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At Urbina Bay, after a wet landing, visit the fossil beach. Depending on the season you may be able to observe giant tortoises, land iguanas and flightless cormorants. Sail to Fernandina Island for a dry landing. See the biggest marine iguanas mingling with light-foot crabs, as well as flightless cormorants at their nesting sites, Galapagos penguins, Galapagos hawks, and sea lions. Meals: FB,L,D

This morning visit Bachas Beach on the north side of the island. Encounter sea birds, marine iguanas, sea turtles and take the opportunity to swim on the white-sand beach. Cruise to Baltra Island and transfer to the airport to fly to Lima via Guayaquil. Two Night Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: FB,L

Day 9

Lima

Today is a free day to relax and explore the city of Lima. SCENICENRICH Tonight enjoy dinner at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

ECUADOR

4 Galapagos Islands

3 Quito
PERU

1 Machu Picchu 2 Sacred Valley Lima 2 1 2 Cuzco 2 Puno

Lake Titicaca
BRAZIL

CHILE
1
NIGHTS LAND CONTENT RAIL CONTENT CRUISE CONTENT FLIGHT CONTENT

2 Iguazu Falls
ARGENTINA

3 Rio de Janeiro

Santiago 3

3 Buenos Aires
Pisac market, Peru

Fly to Cuzco and travel to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. SCENICENRICH Visit Hacienda Huayocarri set in a spectacular location overlooking the valley. The owners have a history spanning over three centuries. Enjoy a typical Andean lunch, prepared from the Hacienda’s own produce. SCENICENRICH Afterwards the women of Chinchero Village visit for a private demonstration of the weaving techniques used in the Andean highlands for centuries. Two Night Stay: Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection, Urubumba. Meals: FB,HL

open-air observation car provides the opportunity to take photographs of the magnificent scenery. On arrival in Puno transfer to your hotel located on a private island on Lake Titicaca. Two Night Stay: Libertador Lake Titicaca. Meals: FB,L

Day 14

Cuzco

The charming city of Cuzco is a World Heritage listed site that was a former capital of the Incas. Explore the city this morning and marvel at the mix of Incan, Spanish and modern architecture. and visit the imposing fortress of Sacsayhuaman. Enjoy the afternoon to explore at your own pace. Tonight enjoy your

Day 16

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca is one of the highest navigable lakes in the world. Today enjoy an excursion to the unusual floating islands of Uros. Your local guide will show you the lifestyle of the Uros communities including a visit to a school on one of the islands. Tonight enjoy your

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Local Restaurant and Folklore Show; or (2) Inka Grill; or (3) Inti Raymi Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 11

Sacred Valley

This morning your local guide with take you on a walking tour of the town of Ollantaytambo, the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the Americas, including a visit to the imposing Incan fortress overlooking the town. SCENICENRICH Visit the community supported by Scenic Tours. Meet the students and teachers at the local school and learn about their lifestyle. This afternoon continue to the colourful Indian craft markets at Pisac before returning to the hotel. Meals: FB,D

Day 15

Cuzco – Puno

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Sample local cuisine in Puno town; or (2) Los Uros Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICENRICH Board the OrientExpress Andean Explorer this morning for

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Day 12

Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu

This morning journey to Machu Picchu onboard the Vistadome Valley train. A highlight is your full day visit to the ancient Inca site of Machu Picchu. Your expert local guide will share the mysteries of this fabulous “lost city of the Incas” before lunch at Sanctuary Lodge. The afternoon is at leisure to explore the ruins at your own pace. Overnight Stay: Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 13

Machu Picchu – Cuzco

You have the morning to explore at leisure. This afternoon travel to Cuzco, enjoying afternoon tea onboard the Vistadome train. Enjoy the

“Lost city of the Incas”, Machu Picchu

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Day 10

Lima – Sacred Valley

spectacular views from the carriages with glass ceilings. Two Night Stay: Libertador Palacio Del Inka. Meals: FB

your first class rail journey to Puno. The

Rio Carnivale Costumes

Day 17

Puno – Lima

This morning fly to Lima. SCENICENRICH Visit the Larco Herrera Museum, a private museum, with one of the greatest ceramic collections in the world. Afterwards tour the city, including the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral. SCENICENRICH Tonight dine at Huaca Pucllana Restaurant, with its unique backdrop – a floodlit view of a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: FB,HD

Copacabana Beach and delight in a local speciality, a glass of ‘caipirinha’ on arrival. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Hotel – Oceanview Rooms. Meals: FB

won’t forget. Travel up the river to the Falls. See the ‘Devil’s Throat’ and come close to the base of the ‘Three Musketeers’. The afternoon is at leisure to relax and enjoy this pristine wilderness. Meals: FB,D

GALAPAGOS CRUISE & ICONS OF SOUTH AMERICA

Day 22

Rio de Janeiro

Day 18

Lima – Santiago, Chile

After breakfast fly to Santiago, Chile. On arrival transfer to your hotel located in the elegant Él Golf area of downtown Santiago. Three Night Stay: InterContinental Hotel. Meals: FB

Today tour this vibrant city. Visit Corcovado Mountain and see the famous ‘Christ’ statue. Lunch today is at a delightful local restaurant in the Old Town. SCENICENRICH This afternoon visit the Sambadrome, home of the famous Carnivale Parade. Tour the Cultural Centre and try on some of the colourful costumes from the Parade. Then enjoy the views as you ride the cable car to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Meals: FB,L

Day 26

Iguazu Falls – Buenos Aires, Argentina

This morning cross the border and tour the Argentinean Falls. Board the ecological train and ride to the ‘Devil’s Throat’ viewpoint. This afternoon fly to Buenos Aires and transfer to your hotel in the elegant Recoleta area. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Buenos Aires. Meals: FB

Day 23

Rio de Janeiro

Day 27

Buenos Aires

Day 19

Santiago

Today your city tour includes Plaza de Armas, Moneda’s Palace and the Cerro San Cristobal for magnificent views over the city. SCENICENRICH Enter the fascinating Pre-Columbian Museum where your private guide will explain the significance of the museum and its pieces. Tonight enjoy your

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Petropolis Tour; or (2) Walking Tour of Old Rio; or (3) Jeep Tour of Tijuca Forest and the Botanical Gardens; or (4) Tour the Favela’s (Shanty Town). Tonight enjoy your

This morning your tour includes the colourful districts of La Boca and San Telmo. Visit Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of Eva Peron and the nation’s leaders.

SCENICENRICH Visit one of the cities’
famous old cafés and learn to dance the Tango. Tonight enjoy your

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Brazilian Churrascaria; or (2) live Samba Music and typical Brazilian fare; or (3) Restaurant Atlantis. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) a true Argentinean steakhouse; or (2) one of the city’s best Italian Restaurants; or (3) the elegant Le Sud Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) savour Chilean Pacific Rim Cuisine at the delightful Akarana Restaurant; or (2) sample typical Chilean cuisine at La Copa Feliz; or (3) taste Chilean fusion cuisine at the Como Agua para Chocolate. Meals: FB,HD

Day 24

Rio de Janeiro – Iguazu Falls

Day 20

Santiago

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) travel to Casablanca Valley to sample fine Chilean wines; or (2) travel to the seaside town of Valparaiso and Vina del Mar; or (3) visit the local handicraft markets; or (4) visit the Andes. Meals: FB

This morning fly to the World Heritage Iguazu Falls for a relaxing two night stay inside the Brazilian National Park. This afternoon your guide will show you the majesty of the Brazilian Falls. Tonight enjoy your

Day 28

Buenos Aires

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Fiesta Gaucha; or (2) Tigre River and Delta; or (3) Museums Tour; or (4) Gardens Tour; or (5) San Telmo Antiques market. SCENICENRICH Tonight enjoy your Farewell Dinner and spectacular Tango Show. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Ipe Grill; or (2) Restaurant Itaipu; or (3) local grillhouse in Iguazu town. Two Night Stay: Das Cataratas Hotel. Meals: FB,HD

Day 21
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Santiago – Rio de Janeiro

Day 25

Iguazu Falls

SCENICENRICH This morning your
exciting adventure will take you through the rainforest and onto the water for a thrill you

Day 29

This morning take an early morning flight to Rio de Janeiro. Transfer to your hotel located on

Buenos Aires – Journey Home

Your tour ends after breakfast. Meals: FB

Orient-Express Andean Explorer rail journey through the Andes

Departure Dates & Prices
29 Day Tour Quito to Buenos 2010 Aug 03✝ Oct 12✝ Aires 2011 Mar 14 Apr 4 Aug 15 Oct 3 TOUR CODE SAG 2012 Mar 13 Apr 3 Aug 14 Oct 2

SCENICENRICH
Enhancing your holiday experience n Sample delicious Ecuadorian cuisine at a traditional local restaurant n Visit a bakery to taste Ecuadorian specialities n Enjoy a sumptuous dinner at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica Restaurant n Taste delicious Peruvian cuisine with spectacular views at Hacienda Huayoccari n Learn about the age old weaving techniques at a private demonstration n Meet the children and teachers at a local school supported by Scenic Tours n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Andean Explorer through the breathtaking Andes n Visit Larco Herrera Museum n Dine at Huaca Puccllana Restaurant with the backdrop a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid n Private tour of a Pre-Columbian Museum n Visit the Sambadrome Cultural Centre and see the inside story of Carnivale n Jet boat ride up close to mighty Iguazu Falls n Learn to dance the Argentinean Tango n Spectacular Tango Show and farewell dinner

n All offshore excursions escorted by expert Naturalist guides on MV Galapagos Legend n Wine with dinner – MV Galapagos Legend n Visit the villages of Ollantaytambo and Pisac n Tour the ancient Inca Citadel Machu Picchu n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Vistadome train from Machu Picchu n Tour Cuzco and the ruins of Sacsayhuaman n Visit the unusual floating islands of Uros n Enjoy a tour of Lima, the Peruvian capital n Tour Santiago including the Cerro San Cristobal n See the famous ‘Christ the Redeemer’ statue n Ride the cable car to Sugar Loaf Mountain n Relaxing two night stay at Iguazu Falls n See the majesty of the Brazilian and Argentinean Iguazu Falls n See the highlights of Buenos Aires

n Denotes guaranteed departures. ✝2010 departures - itinerary
varies. Please enquire for details. All 2012 dates and itinerary subject to change. Pricing and itinerary released in 2011.

Tour Prices 29 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Quito/Baltra; Baltra/Lima; Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/ Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/ Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

2011 $16,190 $5,715

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport taxes & charges approx $525 Galapagos Taxes and fuel surcharge approx $265 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000 Additions Upgrade to Balcony Suite MV Galapagos Legend –
Price on application (strictly limited availability) Price on application (strictly limited availability)

SCENICDINING
n 55 superb meals including 28 Full Buffet Breakfasts (FB), 1 Highlight Lunch (HL), 8 Lunches (L), 10 Highlight Dinners (HD) and 8 Dinners (D)

Business Class Upgrade Santiago/Rio de Janeiro – Tour Prices 28 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

SCENICSPECIALSTAYS
n The new Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection in the Sacred Valley n Luxurious Sumaq Hotel, a short distance from the famous Machu Picchu Inca Ruins n Libertador Palacio Del Inka in the historical centre of Cuzco and a member of Starwood Luxury Collection n Sofitel Rio de Janeiro on Copacabana Beach. Scenic Tours guests enjoy fabulous views of the beach from their room n Hotel Das Cataratas by Orient-Express is uniquely located within the Brazilian Iguazu Falls National Park, two minutes walk from the Falls n Sofitel Buenos Aires is an elegant hotel in the heart of the upmarket Recoleta area

SCENICFREECHOICE
n Scenic FreeChoice inclusions in Santiago, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires n Scenic FreeChoice dining in Cuzco, Lake Titicaca (Puno), Santiago, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires

◆ Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport taxes & charges approx $525 Galapagos Taxes and fuel surcharge approx $265 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000 Additions Upgrade to Balcony Suite MV Galapagos Legend –

2010 departures - itinerary varies. Please enquire for details. Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Quito/Baltra; Baltra/Lima; Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/ Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

2010 $16,190 $5,715

Price on application (strictly limited availability) Price on application (strictly limited availability)

Business Class Upgrade Santiago/Rio de Janeiro –
Prices are per person, twin share in AUD. Fully inclusive of all sightseeing, entrance fees, tipping and gratuities on land portion of the tour only#, meals, accommodation, Junior Suite on Galapagos Legend and flights as specified. Onboard gratuities are not included for any tour. Flights within South America must be booked by Scenic Tours. Flights may change and are subject to additional fare surcharges and taxes. Galapagos taxes and fuel surcharge are subject to change. ▲Oceanview Junior suite cabin onboard MV Galapagos Legend subject to availability, until sold out. Single Supplements are restricted to a maximum of 3 cabins per departure. ◆Taxes and charges are subject to change without notice. Tour Itinerary and pricing valid from 01 December 2010 – 30 November 2011. Tour Maps: any maps or other route depictions are intended as an indication only and should not be relied upon, please refer to terms and conditions clause 33. For full terms and conditions please refer pages 66-67.

SCENICHIGHLIGHTS
n Expert local guides in all destinations n Tour the UNESCO World Heritage listed Quito n Stand in the north and south hemispheres at the same time at the Equator monument n Oceanview Junior Suite cabins onboard MV Galapagos Legend for the 4 night cruise▲

Conditions

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Touring the Scenic Way

King Penguins, Falkland Islands

37/34 Day Spectacular South America with Antarctic Scenic Cruising
Day 1 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Welcome to Brazil. On arrival into Rio de Janeiro you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Tonight meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers for a welcome drink and tour briefing, followed by dinner. Two Night Stay: Sofitel Rio – Oceanview Room. Meals: D (2) Restaurant Itaipu; or (3) local grillhouse in Iguazu town. Two Night Stay: Das Cataratas Hotel. Meals: FB,HD

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Day 7

Buenos Aires – At Sea

Day 4

Iguazu Falls

SCENICENRICH This morning your
exciting adventure will take you through the rainforest and onto the water for a thrill you won’t forget. Travel up the river to the Falls. See the ‘Devil’s Throat’ and come close to the base of the ‘Three Musketeers’. The afternoon is at leisure to relax and enjoy this pristine wilderness. Meals: FB,D

Day 2

Rio de Janeiro

Today tour this vibrant city. Visit Corcovado Mountain and see the famous ‘Christ’ statue. Lunch today is at a delightful local restaurant in the Old Town. SCENICENRICH This afternoon visit the Sambadrome, home of the famous Carnivale Parade. Tour the Cultural Centre and try on some of the colourful costumes from the Parade. Then enjoy the spectacular view as you ride the cable car to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Tonight enjoy your

This morning tour this beautiful city famed as the “Paris of the Americas”. See the colourful districts of La Boca and San Telmo and the newly restored Teatro Colon. Visit Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of Eva Peron and the nation’s leaders.SCENICENRICH Visit one of the cities’ famous old cafés and learn to dance the Tango. This afternoon transfer to the port to join your luxury cruise ship. Set sail late afternoon. Seventeen Night Cruise: Star Princess, Oceanview Balcony Stateroom. Meals: FB,D

Day 5

Iguazu Falls – Buenos Aires, Argentina

Days 8-9 At Sea
Relax onboard and do as much or as little as you like! Meals: FB,L,D

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Brazilian Churrascaria at Marius Carnes; or (2) Samba Music and typical Brazilian fare at Rio Scenarium; or (3) Restaurant Atlantis. Meals: FB,L,HD

This morning cross the border and tour the Argentinean Falls. Board the ecological train and ride to the ‘Devil’s Throat’ viewpoint. The view from the top of the falls is spectacular. Then fly to Buenos Aires and transfer to your hotel in the elegant Recoleta area. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Piegari Vitello - a true Argentinean steakhouse; or (2) Piegari Italian Restaurant – one of the city’s best; or (3) the elegant Le Sud Restaurant inside the hotel. Two Night Stay: Sofitel Buenos Aires. Meals: FB,HD

Day 10

Falkland Islands

Day 3

Rio de Janeiro – Iguazu Falls

This morning cruise into the Falkland Islands (weather permitting). The capital, Stanley, on East Falkland Island is the major centre. Most of its residents live in brightly painted houses with corrugated iron roofs. A range of shore excursions are available to experience the best the Falklands can offer (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Day 11

At Sea

This morning fly to the World Heritage Iguazu Falls for a relaxing two night stay inside the Brazilian National Park at the newly remodeled Orient-Express Das Cataratas hotel. This afternoon your guide will show you the majesty of the Brazilian Falls. Be awed by the views of the world’s largest waterfall with more than 275 falls. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Ipe Grill; or
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Day 6

Buenos Aires

Relax onboard and do as much or as little as you like! Meals: FB,L,D

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Fiesta Gaucha; or (2) Tigre River and Delta; or (3) Museums Tour; or (4) Gardens Tour; or (5) San Telmo Antiques market. SCENICENRICH Tonight enjoy your dinner followed by a spectacular Tango show. Meals FB,HD

Days 12-15 Antarctic Scenic Cruising
Antarctica is the last vast wilderness on the planet. Its gigantic icebergs, mountain ranges and the emptiness of the polar plateau boggle the mind. It’s beautiful and serene, and its scale is almost unfathomable. For the next four days you will cruise this last untouched wilderness

PERU

1 Machu Picchu 2 Sacred Valley 2 Cuzco 1 P 2 Puno Lake Titicaca Lima
La Serena (Coquimbo)

BRAZIL

Valparaiso

Puerto Montt
Chilean Fjords

URUGUAY 2 Santiago 2 Buenos Aires
ARGENTINA

2 Rio de Janeiro 2 Iguazu Falls

17 Cruise
Falkland Islands

Punta Arenas
Beagle Channel

Ushuaia

1

NIGHTS LAND CONTENT RAIL CONTENT CRUISE CONTENT FLIGHT CONTENT

Cape Horn Antarctic Peninsula
ANTARCTICA

‘Christ the Redeemer’ statue, Rio de Janeiro

Arrive this morning into Coquimbo, the port of La Serena in the Colonial era. Visit the largest penguin rookery in the world; visit Chubut Valley with its paleontological remains; or travel to Punta Loma sea lion rookery. (Shore excursions at own expense.) Meals FB,D

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Day 16

Cape Horn

Day 24

This afternoon cruise the dramatic coastline of Cape Horn. Meals: FB,L,D

Valparaiso – Santiago, Chile

Santiago – Sacred Valley, Peru

Day 17

Ushuaia

Early this morning arrive into Ushuaia, the southern most town in the world. Ushuaia is positioned on the northern shore of the Beagle Channel. A range of options are available for you to explore this area (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Disembark this morning after breakfast and travel to the Casablanca Wine Valley. SCENICENRICH Enjoy a private lunch at Emiliana Winery. Sample fine Chilean wines and enjoy sumptuous food in the grounds of the Vineyard. Continue to Santiago to your hotel located in the elegant Él Golf area of the city. Two Night Stay: InterContinental Hotel. Meals: FB,HL

This morning fly from Santiago to Cuzco and travel to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. On arrival visit the colourful Indian markets in Pisac. SCENICENRICH Late afternoon the women of Chinchero Village visit for a private demonstration of the weaving techniques used in the Andean highlands for centuries. Two Night Stay: Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection, Urubumba. Meals: FB,D

Day 27

Sacred Valley

Day 18

Punta Arenas

Day 25

Santiago

Early this morning arrive into Punta Arenas, 2,140 kms south of Santiago. Lying on the eastern shore of the Brunswick Peninsula, Punta Arenas faces the Magellan straits. You have the day to explore this remote, scenic area (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Today your tour includes Plaza de Armas, Moneda’s Palace and the Cerro San Cristobal for magnificent views over the city. SCENICENRICH Enter the fascinating Pre-Columbian Museum where your private guide will explain the significance of the

This morning your local guide with take you on a walking tour of the town of Ollantaytambo, the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the Americas. Your tour includes a visit to the imposing Incan fortress overlooking the town. SCENICENRICH Visit the community supported by Scenic Tours. Meet the students

Days 19-20 At Sea
Travel through the Strait of Magellan, where the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans converge. Relax onboard and do as much or as little as you like. Meals: FB,L,D

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Day 21

Puerto Montt

Early this morning arrive into Puerto Montt. Explore a national park, sail an emerald green lake on a motorized catamaran, or visit the famed Petrohue Falls (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Day 22

At Sea
Machu Picchu, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Relax onboard as you cruise north. Meals: FB,L,D

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region. January is the height of the austral summer, when penguins are hatching eggs and feeding chicks, bringing warmer temperatures and up to 20 hours of sunlight every day. Enjoy the spectacular scenery, watch for sightings of icebergs and the various species of birds and marine life that abound in this vast region. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 23

La Serena (Coquimbo), Chile

museum and its pieces. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) savour Chilean Pacific Rim Cuisine at the delightful Akarana Restaurant; or (2) sample typical Chilean cuisine at La Copa Feliz; or (3) taste Chilean fusion cuisine at the Como Agua para Chocolate. Meals: FB,HD

Iguazu Falls jet boat ride

and teachers at the local school and learn about their lifestyle. SCENICENRICH This afternoon visit an Andean Chicha House to see how the local corn beer is brewed. Meals: FB,D

Day 28

Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu

This morning journey to Machu Picchu onboard the Vistadome Valley train. A highlight is your full day visit to the ancient Inca site of Machu Picchu. Your expert local guide will share the mysteries of this fabulous “lost city of the Incas” before lunch at Sanctuary Lodge. The afternoon is at leisure to explore the ruins at your own pace. Overnight Stay: Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel. Meals: FB,L,D

your first class rail journey to Puno. Exquisitely decorated in the manner of the great Pullman trains of the 1920’s, the Andean Explorer boasts a full fleet of refurbished coaches. The open-air Observation Car provides the opportunity to take photographs of the magnificent scenery. On arrival in Puno transfer to your hotel located on an island in Lake Titicaca. Two Night Stay: Libertador Lake Titicaca. Meals: FB,L

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37 DAY STAR PRINCESS ITINERARY

Day 32

Lake Titicaca

Day 29

Machu Picchu – Cuzco

You have the morning to explore at leisure. You may choose to return to Machu Picchu with your local guide and climb to the Inti Rami (Sun Gate) to capture the view, or explore the quaint town of Aguas Calientes and its markets. This afternoon travel to Cuzco, enjoying afternoon tea onboard the Vistadome train. Enjoy the spectacular views from the carriages with glass ceilings. Two Night Stay: Libertador Palacio Del Inka. Meals: FB

Lake Titicaca is one of the highest navigable lakes in the world and the largest lake on the continent of South America. Today enjoy an excursion to the unusual floating islands of Uros. Made of totora reeds, the islands were constructed as a defensive measure to enable them to be moved should a threat arise. Your guide will show you the lifestyle of the Uros communities including a visit to a school on one of the islands. Tonight enjoy your

TOUR CODE: SATA131210 Days 1-3 Days 4-5 Days 7-8 Day 9
Buenos Aires Iguazu Falls Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro – Star Princess – 20 Night Cruise – At Sea Celebrate Xmas Day onboard

Days 10-13 At Sea Day 14 Day 15 Day 20 Day 21 Day 22 Day 25 Day 26 Day 27 Day 28 Day 29 Day 30 Day 31
Falkland Islands At Sea Cape Horn – New Year’s Eve Ushuaia Punta Arenas Puerto Madryn At Sea Montevideo Buenos Aires Buenos Aires – Sacred Valley, Peru Sacred Valley Machu Picchu

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) venture into town and sample local cuisine; or (2) Los Uros Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Days 16-19 Antarctic Scenic Cruising

Day 33

Puno – Lima

Day 30

Cuzco

The charming city of Cuzco is a World Heritage listed site that was a former capital of the Incas. Explore the city this morning and marvel at the mix of Incan, Spanish and modern architecture and visit the imposing fortress of Sacsayhuaman. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Local Restaurant and Folklore Show; or (2) Inka Grill; or (3) Inti Raymi Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 31
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Cuzco – Puno

This morning fly to Lima. SCENICENRICH Visit the Larco Herrera Museum, a private museum, with one of the greatest ceramic collections in the world. Afterwards tour the city, a former capital of the Conquistadors, including the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral. SCENICENRICH Tonight dine at Huaca Pucllana Restaurant set beside a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid. The floodlit pyramid provides a spectacular backdrop for your farewell dinner. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: FB,HD

Days 23-24 At Sea

Days 32-33 Cuzco Days 34-35 Lake Titicaca Day 36 Day 37
Lima Journey Home

Day 34

Lima – Tour Ends

Express Andean Explorer this morning for

Your tour ends after breakfast. Meals: FB

Antarctica

Departure Dates & Prices
34 Day Tour Rio de Janeiro to Lima 2010 2011 Dec 13✝ Jan 03 Dec 12

SCENICENRICH
Enhancing your holiday experience n Visit the Sambadrome Cultural Centre and see the inside story of Carnivale n Jet boat ride up close to mighty Iguazu Falls n Spectacular Tango Show and highlight dinner n Learn to dance the Argentinean Tango n Visit the Casablanca Wine Valley for a private lunch and tasting n Private tour of the Pre-Columbian Museum n Learn about the age old weaving techniques of the Andes at a private demonstration n Meet the children and teachers at a local school supported by Scenic Tours n Visit a Chicha house and see how the locals make the special Andean corn beer n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Andean Explorer through the breathtaking Andes n Visit Larco Herrera Museum n Dine at Huaca Puccllana Restaurant with the backdrop a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid

n Oceanview Balcony Stateroom – 17 or 20 Night cruise, Star Princess n Antarctic Scenic Cruising through this vast wilderness n Cruise past the dramatic coastline of Cape Horn n Tour Santiago including the Cerro San Cristobal n Visit the villages of Ollantaytambo and Pisac n Tour the ancient Inca Citadel – amazing Machu Picchu n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Vistadome train from Machu Picchu n Tour the World Heritage listed city of Cuzco and the ruins of Sacsayhuaman n Visit the unusual floating islands of Uros n Enjoy a tour of Lima, the Peruvian capital

TOUR CODE SATA 2012 Jan 02 Dec 11

2010 departures - itinerary varies. Please enquire for details.

Dec 2011 and all 2012 dates and itinerary subject to change. Pricing and itinerary released in 2011.

Tour Prices 34 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

2011 $14,840 $6,380

Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires; Santiago/Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport taxes & charges approx $400 Port Charges, Gov’t Taxes & Levies approx $540

Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000 37 Day Tour Buenos Aires to Lima Tour Prices 37 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement TOUR CODE SATA

SCENICDINING
n 78 superb meals including 33 Full Buffet Breakfasts (FB), 1 Highlight Lunch (HL), 14 Lunches (L), 8 Highlight Dinners (HD) and 22 Dinners (D)

2010 $15,645 $7,215

SCENICFREECHOICE
n Scenic FreeChoice inclusions in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires n Scenic FreeChoice dining in Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Cuzco and Lake Titicaca (Puno)

SCENICSPECIALSTAYS
n The new Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection in the Sacred Valley n Luxurious Sumaq Hotel, a short distance from the famous Machu Picchu Inca Ruins n Libertador Palacio Del Inka in the historical centre of Cuzco and a member of Starwood Luxury Collection n At the Sofitel Rio de Janeiro on Copacabana Beach, Scenic Tours guests enjoy fabulous views of the beach from their room n Hotel Das Cataratas by Orient-Express is uniquely located within the Brazilian Iguazu Falls National Park, two minutes walk from the Falls n Sofitel Buenos Aires is an elegant hotel in the heart of the upmarket Recoleta area

Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Buenos Aires/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Rio de Janeiro; Buenos Aires/Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport taxes & charges approx $335 Port Charges, Gov’t Taxes & Levies approx $510 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000

SCENICHIGHLIGHTS
n Expert local guides in all destinations n See the famous ‘Christ the Redeemer’ statue atop Corcovado Mountain n Ride the cable car to Sugar Loaf Mountain n Relaxing two night stay at Iguazu Falls n See the majesty of the Brazilian and Argentinean Iguazu Falls n See the highlights of Buenos Aires

Conditions
Prices are per person, twin share in AUD. Fully inclusive of all sightseeing, entrance fees, tipping and gratuities on land portion of the tour only, meals, accommodation, cruise (E cabin), flights, taxes and port charges as specified. Onboard gratuities are not included for any tour. Flights within South America must be booked by Scenic Tours. Flights may change and are subject to additional fare surcharges and taxes. Port charges are subject to change. ◆Taxes and charges are subject to change without notice. Princess Cruises Shore excursions: refer to useful information in terms and conditions, pages 66-67. Tour Itinerary and pricing valid from 01 December 2010 – 30 November 2011. Tour Maps: any maps or other route depictions are intended as an indication only and should not be relied upon, please refer to terms and conditions clause 33. For full terms and conditions please refer pages 66-67.

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Touring the Scenic Way

Peruvian children at Sacsayhuaman

35/33 Day Spectacular South America, Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls
Day 1 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Welcome to Argentina. On arrival into Buenos Aires you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Tonight meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers for a welcome drink and tour briefing, followed by dinner. Two Night Stay: Sofitel Buenos Aires – Superior Rooms. Meals: D See the ‘Devil’s Throat’ and come close to the base of the ‘Three Musketeers’. The afternoon is at leisure to relax and enjoy this pristine wilderness. Tonight enjoy your Forest and the Botanical Gardens; or (4) tour the Favela’s (Shanty Town). Tonight enjoy your

SPECTACULAR SOUTH AMERICA, BUENOS AIRES & IGUAZU FALLS

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Brazilian Churrascaria at Marius Carnes; or (2) Samba Music and typical Brazilian fare at Rio Scenarium; or (3) Restaurant Atlantis. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Ipe Grill; or (2) Restaurant Itaipu; or (3) local grillhouse in Iguazu town. Meals: FB,HD

Day 2

Buenos Aires

Day 5

This morning tour this beautiful city famed as the “Paris of the Americas”. See the colourful districts of La Boca and San Telmo. Visit Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of Eva Peron and the nation’s leaders. SCENICENRICH Visit one of the cities’ famous old cafés and learn to dance the Tango. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure. SCENICENRICH Tonight enjoy your dinner followed by a spectacular Tango show. Meals FB,HD

Iguazu Falls – Rio de Janeiro

Day 8

Rio de Janeiro – At Sea

Enjoy the morning at leisure. This afternoon transfer to the port to join your luxury cruise ship. Set sail late afternoon. Fourteen Night Cruise: Star Princess - Oceanview Balcony Stateroom; Twelve Night Cruise: ms Veendam - Verandah Stateroom. Meals: FB,D

This morning your guide will show you the majesty of the Brazilian Falls. Be awed by the views of the world’s largest waterfall with more than 275 falls. This afternoon fly to Rio de Janeiro. Transfer to your hotel located on the famous Copacabana Beach and delight in a local speciality, a glass of ‘caipirinha’ on arrival. Savour the view from your balcony overlooking the beach. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Hotel – Oceanview Room. Meals: FB

Days 9-10 At Sea
Relax onboard and do as much or as little as you like! Meals: FB,L,D

Day 11

Montevideo, Uruguay

Day 3

Buenos Aires – Iguazu Falls

Day 6

Rio de Janeiro

Morning arrival into the port of Montevideo. Enjoy the sights or perhaps visit the evocative Colonia del Sacramento, the historic quarter of the city (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

This morning fly to the World Heritage listed Iguazu Falls. On arrival tour the Argentinean Falls. Board the ecological train and ride to the ‘Devil’s Throat’ viewpoint. The view from the top of the falls is spectacular. Cross the border and enter the Brazilian National Park for a relaxing two night stay. Two Night Stay: Das Cataratas Hotel. Meals: FB,D

Day 4

Iguazu Falls

Today tour this vibrant city. Visit Corcovado Mountain and see the famous ‘Christ’ statue. Lunch today is at a delightful local restaurant in the Old Town. SCENICENRICH This afternoon visit the Sambadrome, home of the famous Carnivale Parade. Tour the Cultural Centre and try on some of the colourful costumes from the Parade. Then enjoy the spectacular view as you ride the cable car to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Meals: FB,L

Day 12

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Morning arrival into the port of Buenos Aires. Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Fiesta Gaucha; or (2) Tigre River and Delta; or (3) Museums Tour; or (4) Gardens Tour; or (5) San Telmo Antiques market. (If you would prefer to choose a shore excursion this will be at your own expense). Meals: FB,D

SCENICENRICH This morning your
exciting adventure will take you through the rainforest and onto the water for a thrill you won’t forget. Travel up the river to the Falls.

Day 7

Rio de Janeiro

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Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Petropolis Tour; or (2) walking Tour of Old Rio; or (3) Jeep Tour of Tijuca

PERU

1 Machu Picchu 3 Sacred Valley 3 Cuzco 1 P 2 Puno Lake Titicaca Lima
BRAZIL

3 Rio de Janeiro 2 Iguazu Falls
CHILE

Valparaiso

Santiago 3
ARGENTINA

URUGUAY

2

Buenos Aires

Montevideo

14 Cruise
1
NIGHTS LAND CONTENT RAIL CONTENT CRUISE CONTENT FLIGHT CONTENT

Chilean Fjords
Punta Arenas

Falkland Islands Ushuaia Cape Horn
Moneda’s Palace, Santiago

Relax onboard and do as much or as little as you like! Meals: FB,L,D

Day 23

Santiago

Day 15

Stanley – Falkland Islands

This morning cruise into the Falkland Islands (weather permitting). The capital, Stanley, on East Falkland Island is the major centre. Most of its residents live in brightly painted houses with corrugated iron roofs. A range of shore excursions are available to experience the best the Falklands can offer (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Today your tour includes Plaza de Armas, Moneda’s Palace and the Cerro San Cristobal for magnificent views over the city.

Day 27

Sacred Valley

Day 16

Cape Horn

This afternoon cruise the dramatic coastline of Cape Horn. Meals: FB,L,D

SCENICENRICH Enter the fascinating Pre-Columbian Museum where your private guide will explain the significance of the museum and its pieces. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) savour Chilean Pacific Rim Cuisine at the delightful Akarana Restaurant; or (2) sample typical Chilean cuisine at La Copa Feliz; or (3) taste Chilean fusion cuisine at the Como Agua para Chocolate. Meals: FB,HD

This morning your local guide with take you on a walking tour of the town of Ollantaytambo, the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the Americas. Your tour includes a visit to the imposing Incan fortress overlooking the town. Enjoy free time to explore this picturesque town. SCENICENRICH Visit the community supported by Scenic Tours. Meet the students and teachers at the local school and learn about their lifestyle. Tonight enjoy dinner in the hotel. Meals: FB,D

Day 17

Ushuaia

Day 24

Santiago

Day 28

Early this morning arrive into dramatic Ushuaia, the southern most town in the world. Ushuaia is positioned on the northern shore of the Beagle Channel. A range of options are available for you to explore this area (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) travel to Casablanca Valley to sample fine Chilean wines; or (2) travel to the seaside town of Valparaiso and Vina del Mar; or (3) visit the local handicraft markets; or (4) visit the Andes. Meals: FB

Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu

This morning journey to Machu Picchu onboard the Vistadome Valley train. A highlight is your full day visit to the ancient Inca site of Machu

Day 18

Punta Arenas, Chile

Day 25

Early this morning arrive into Punta Arenas, 2,140 kms south of Santiago. Lying on the eastern shore of the Brunswick Peninsula, Punta Arenas faces the Magellan straits. You have the day to explore this remote, scenic area (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Santiago – Sacred Valley, Peru

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Fly to Cuzco via Lima and on arrival travel to the breathtaking Sacred Valley of the Incas. Visit the colourful Indian markets at Pisac. Three Night Stay: Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection, Urubumba. Meals FB,D

Days 19-21 At Sea
Travel through the Strait of Magellan, where the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans converge. Relax onboard and do as much or as little as you like. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 26

Sacred Valley

Day 22

Valparaiso – Santiago, Chile

Disembark this morning after breakfast and travel to Santiago to your hotel located in the

Visit the town of Chinchero which lies on the foundation of an important Inca site built in the 1400’s. SCENICENRICH Enter the family home of one of the villagers and enjoy a private demonstration of the weaving techniques used in the Andean highlands for centuries. See the native market where the locals trade by bartering and visit the church built in 1626. SCENICENRICH Visit Hacienda Huayocarri set in a spectacular

A traditional churrascaria barbecue restaurant, Rio de Janeiro

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Days 13-14 At Sea

elegant Él Golf area of the city. Three Night Stay: InterContinental Hotel. Meals: FB

location overlooking the valley. The owners have a history spanning over three centuries. Enjoy a typical Andean lunch, prepared from the Hacienda’s own produce. Meals: FB,HL

View of Sugar Loaf Mountain from the Sofitel Hotel, Rio de Janeiro

Picchu. Your expert local guide will share the mysteries of this fabulous “lost city of the Incas” before lunch at Sanctuary Lodge. The afternoon is at leisure to explore the ruins at your own pace. Overnight Stay: Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel. Meals: FB,L,D

Exquisitely decorated in the manner of the great Pullman trains of the 1920’s, the Andean Explorer boasts a full fleet of refurbished coaches. The open-air Observation Car provides the opportunity to take photographs of the magnificent scenery. On arrival in Puno transfer to your hotel located on an island in Lake Titicaca. Two Night Stay: Libertador Lake Titicaca. Meals: FB,L

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Day 29

Machu Picchu – Cuzco

You have the morning to explore the area at leisure. You may choose to return to Machu Picchu with your local guide and climb to the Inti Rami (Sun Gate) to capture the view or explore the quaint town of Aguas Calientes and its markets. This afternoon travel to Cuzco, enjoying afternoon tea onboard the Vistadome train. Enjoy the spectacular views from the carriages with glass ceilings. Three Night Stay: Libertador Palacio Del Inka. Meals: FB

Day 33

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca is one of the highest navigable lakes in the world and the largest lake on the continent of South America. Today enjoy an excursion to the unusual floating islands of Uros. Made of the totora reeds, the islands were constructed as a defensive measure to enable them to be moved should a threat arise. Your guide will show you the lifestyle of the Uros communities including a visit to a school on one of the islands. Tonight enjoy your

Day 30

Cuzco

The charming city of Cuzco is a World Heritage listed site that was a former capital of the Incas. Explore the city this morning and marvel at the mix of Incan, Spanish and modern architecture and visit the imposing fortress of Sacsayhuaman. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to explore at your own pace. Tonight enjoy your

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) venture into town and sample local cuisine; or (2) Los Uros Restaurant. Meals: FB,D

TOUR CODE: SAM280111 Rio de Janeiro Days 1-3 Days 4-5 Iguazu Falls Days 6-7 Buenos Aires MS Veendam – Day 8
12 Night Cruise

Day 34

Puno – Lima

This morning fly to Lima. SCENICENRICH Visit the Larco Herrera Museum, a private museum, with one of the greatest ceramic collections in the world. Afterwards tour the city, a former capital of the Conquistadors, including the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral.

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Local Restaurant and Folklore Show; or (2) Inka Grill; or (3) Inti Raymi Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 31

Cuzco

SCENICENRICH Tonight dine at Huaca
Pucllana Restaurant set beside a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid. The floodlit pyramid provides a spectacular backdrop for your farewell dinner. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: FB,HD

Enjoy a day to explore the city at your own pace. Meals: FB

Day 32

Cuzco – Puno

SCENICENRICH Board the OrientExpress Andean Explorer this morning for
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your first class rail journey to Puno.

Your tour ends after breakfast. Meals: FB

Day 9 Days 10-11 Day 12 Day 13 Day 14 Day 15 Days 16-17 Day 18 Day 19 Days 20-22 Days 23-25 Day 26 Days 27-29 Days 30-31 Day 32 Day 33

Montevideo, Uruguay At Sea Falkland Islands Cape Horn Ushuaia Punta Arenas At Sea Puerto Montt At Sea Santiago, Chile Sacred Valley, Peru Machu Picchu Cuzco Lake Titicaca Lima Lima – Journey Home

Iguazu Falls

Departure Dates & Prices
35 Day Tour Buenos Aires to Lima 2011 Feb 02 Land Only Single Supplement 2012 Feb 01 Mar 01 $15,195 $6,380 TOUR CODE SAM

SCENICENRICH
Enhancing your holiday experience n Learn to dance the Argentinean Tango n Spectacular Tango Show and highlight dinner n Jet boat ride up close to mighty Iguazu Falls n Visit the Sambadrome Cultural Centre and see the inside story of Carnivale n Private tour of a Pre-Columbian Museum n Enter the family home of one of the villagers from Chinchero Village and learn about the age old weaving techniques at a private demonstration n Taste delicious Peruvian cuisine with spectacular views at Hacienda Huayoccari n Meet the children and teachers at a local school supported by Scenic Tours n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Andean Explorer through the breathtaking Andes n Visit Larco Herrera Museum n Dine at Huaca Puccllana Restaurant with the backdrop a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid

n Balcony Stateroom – 14 Night cruise, Star Princess, or 12 Night cruise MS Veendam n Cruise past the dramatic coastline of Cape Horn n Cruise the breathtaking landscapes of the Chilean Fjords n Tour Santiago including the Cerro San Cristobal n Visit the villages of Ollantaytambo and Pisac n Visit Chinchero village and see the native markets where locals barter for goods n Tour the ancient Inca Citadel Machu Picchu n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Vistadome train from Machu Picchu n Tour Cuzco and the ruins of Sacsayhuaman n Visit the unusual floating islands of Uros n Enjoy a tour of Lima, the Peruvian capital

Package includes the following flights within South America: Buenos Aires/Iguazu, Iguazu/Rio de Janeiro, Santiago/Cuzco, Juliaca/Lima. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change. 2012 dates and itinerary subject to change. Pricing and itinerary released in 2011.

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport Taxes and Charges $400 Port Charges, Gov’t Taxes & Levies approx $535

Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000 33 Day Tour Rio de Janeiro to Lima 2011 Jan 28 Land Only Single Supplement $15,195 $5,880 TOUR CODE SAM

SCENICDINING
n 72 superb meals including 34 Full Buffet Breakfasts (FB), 12 Lunches (L), 6 Highlight Dinners (HD) and 20 Dinners (D)

Package includes the following flights within South America: Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls, Iguaza Falls/Buenos Aires, Santiago/ Cuzco, Juliaca/Lima. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

SCENICFREECHOICE
n Scenic FreeChoice inclusions in Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Santiago n Scenic FreeChoice dining in Iguazu Falls, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls, Santiago, Cuzco and Lake Titicaca (Puno)

SCENICSPECIALSTAYS
n The new Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection in the Sacred Valley n Luxurious Sumaq Hotel, a short distance from the famous Machu Picchu Inca Ruins n Libertador Palacio Del Inka in the historical centre of Cuzco and a member of Starwood Luxury Collection n At the Sofitel Rio de Janeiro on Copacabana Beach, Scenic Tours guests enjoy fabulous views of the beach from their room n Hotel Das Cataratas by Orient-Express is uniquely located within the Brazilian Iguazu Falls National Park, two minutes walk from the Falls n Sofitel Buenos Aires is an elegant hotel in the heart of the upmarket Recoleta area

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport Taxes and Charges $400 Port Charges, Gov’t Taxes & Levies approx $450

Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000 Airfares Just add the best airfare of the day – our reservations team are standing by to secure the best available airfare. Conditions
Prices are per person, twin share in AUD. Fully inclusive of all sightseeing, entrance fees, tipping and gratuities on land portion of the tour only, meals, accommodation, cruise (E cabin) and flights as specified. Onboard gratuities are not included for any tour. Flights within South America must be booked by Scenic Tours. Flights may change and are subject to additional fare surcharges and taxes. ◆Taxes and charges are subject to change without notice. Princess and Holland America Line Cruises Shore Excursions: Please refer to useful information in the terms and conditions pages 66-67. Tour Itinerary and pricing valid from 01 December 2010 – 30 November 2011. Tour Maps: any maps or other route depictions are intended as an indication only and should not be relied upon, please refer to terms and conditions clause 33. For full terms and conditions please refer pages 66-67.

SCENICHIGHLIGHTS
n Expert local guides in all destinations n See the highlights of Buenos Aires n Relaxing two night stay at Iguazu Falls n See the majesty of the Brazilian and Argentinean Iguazu Falls n See the famous ‘Christ the Redeemer’ statue n Ride the cable car to Sugar Loaf Mountain

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Touring the Scenic Way

View of Botafogo Bay and Sugar Loaf Mountain

33/32 Day Scenic South America including Iguazu Falls
Day 1 Lima, Peru
Welcome to Peru. On arrival into Lima you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Tonight meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers for a welcome drink and tour briefing. SCENICENRICH Enjoy a welcome dinner at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica restaurant, situated on the Pacific Ocean coastline of Lima. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: HD town. SCENICENRICH Visit the community supported by Scenic Tours. Meet the students and teachers at the local school and learn about their lifestyle. Tonight enjoy dinner in the hotel. Meals: FB,D

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SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Local Restaurant and Folklore Show; or (2) Inka Grill; or (3) Inti Raymi Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 4

Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu

Day 7

Cuzco – Puno

SCENICENRICH Board the OrientExpress Andean Explorer this morning for your first class rail journey to Puno. Exquisitely decorated in the manner of the great Pullman trains of the 1920’s, the Andean Explorer boasts a full fleet of refurbished coaches. The open-air Observation Car provides the opportunity to take photographs of the magnificent scenery. On arrival in Puno transfer to your hotel located on an island in Lake Titicaca. Two Night Stay: Libertador Lake Titicaca. Meals: FB,L

Day 2

Lima – Sacred Valley

Fly to Cuzco and travel to the breathtaking Sacred Valley of the Incas. Visit the town of Chinchero which lies on the foundation of an important Inca site built in the 1400’s. SCENICENRICH Enter the family home of one of the villagers and enjoy a private demonstration of the weaving techniques used in the Andean highlands for centuries. See the native market where the locals trade by bartering and visit the church built in 1626. SCENICENRICH Visit Hacienda Huayocarri set in a spectacular location overlooking the valley. The owners have a history spanning over three centuries. Enjoy a typical Andean lunch, prepared from the Hacienda’s own produce. Two Night Stay: Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection, Urubamba. Meals: FB,HL

This morning journey to Machu Picchu onboard the Vistadome Valley train. A highlight is your full day visit to the ancient Inca site of Machu Picchu. Your expert local guide will share the mysteries of this fabulous “lost city of the Incas” before lunch at Sanctuary Lodge. The afternoon is at leisure to explore the ruins at your own pace. Overnight Stay: Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 5

Machu Picchu – Cuzco

You have the morning to explore the area at leisure. You may choose to return to Machu Picchu with your local guide and climb to the Inti Rami (Sun Gate) to capture the view, or explore the quaint town of Aguas Calientes and its markets. This afternoon travel to Cuzco, enjoying afternoon tea onboard the Vistadome train. Marvel at the spectacular views from the carriages with glass ceilings. Two Night Stay: Libertador Palacio Del Inka. Meals: FB

Day 8

Lake Titicaca

Day 6

Cuzco

Lake Titicaca is one of the highest navigable lakes in the world and the largest lake on the continent of South America. Today enjoy an excursion to the unusual floating islands of Uros. Made of the totora reeds, the islands were constructed as a defensive measure to enable them to be moved should a threat arise. Your guide will show you the lifestyle of the Uros communities including a visit to a school on one of the islands. Tonight enjoy your

Day 3

Sacred Valley

This morning your local guide with take you on a walking tour of the town of Ollantaytambo, the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the Americas. Your tour includes a visit to the imposing Incan fortress overlooking the town. Enjoy free time to explore this picturesque
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The charming city of Cuzco is a World Heritage listed site that was a former capital of the Incas. Explore the city this morning and marvel at the mix of Incan, Spanish and modern architecture and visit the imposing fortress of Sacsayhuaman. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to explore at your own pace. Tonight enjoy your

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) venture into town and sample local cuisine; or (2) Los Uros Restaurant. Meals: FB,HD

Day 9

This morning fly to Lima. SCENICENRICH Visit the Larco Herrera Museum, a private

Puno – Lima

1 Machu Picchu 2 Sacred Valley 2 Cuzco Lima 1 1 P 2 Puno
PERU
Lake Titicaca

BRAZIL

3 Rio de Janeiro 2 Iguazu Falls
CHILE

Valparaiso

Santiago 2
ARGENTINA

URUGUAY

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Buenos Aires

Montevideo

14 Cruise
1
NIGHTS LAND CONTENT RAIL CONTENT CRUISE CONTENT FLIGHT CONTENT

Chilean Fjords
Punta Arenas

Falkland Islands Ushuaia Cape Horn
Sacred Valley

Relax onboard and do as much or as little as you cruise south. Meals FB,L,D

Day 16

Punta Arenas

Day 23

Montevideo

Day 10

Lima – Santiago, Chile

Early this morning arrive into Punta Arenas, 2,140 kms south of Santiago. Lying on the eastern shore of the Brunswick Peninsula, Punta Arenas faces the Magellan straits. You have the day to explore this remote, scenic area (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Morning arrival into the port of Montevideo. Enjoy the sights or perhaps visit the evocative Colonia del Sacramento, the historic quarter of the city (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Enjoy breakfast before transferring to the airport to fly to Santiago, Chile. On arrival transfer to your hotel located in the elegant Él Golf area of the city. Two Night Stay: InterContinental Hotel. Meals: FB

Days 24-25 At Sea
Relax onboard and do as much or as little as you like! Meals: FB,L,D

Day 17

Ushuaia

Day 11

Santiago

Today your tour includes Plaza de Armas, Moneda’s Palace and the Cerro San Cristobal for magnificent views over the city. SCENICENRICH Enter the fascinating Pre-Columbian Museum where your private guide will explain the significance of the museum and its pieces. The afternoon is at leisure to explore at your own pace. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) savour Chilean Pacific Rim Cuisine at the delightful Akarana Restaurant; or (2) sample typical Chilean cuisine at La Copa Feliz; or (3) taste Chilean fusion cuisine at the Como Agua para Chocolate. Meals: FB,HD

Early morning arrive into Ushuaia, the southern most town in the world. Ushuaia is positioned on the northern shore of the Beagle Channel. A range of options are available for you to explore this area (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Day 26

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Day 18

Cape Horn

Disembark this morning after breakfast and transfer to your hotel located on famous Copacabana Beach and delight in a local speciality, a glass of ‘caipirinha’ on arrival. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to savour the view from

This morning cruise the dramatic coastline of Cape Horn. Meals: FB,L,D

Day 19

Falkland Islands

Please turn overleaf for continued itinerary

Day 12

Santiago – Valparaiso

This morning cruise into the Falkland Islands (weather permitting). The capital, Stanley, on East Falkland Island is the major centre. Most of its residents live in brightly painted houses with corrugated iron roofs. A range of shore excursions are available to experience the best the Falklands can offer (shore excursions at own expense). Meals: FB,D

Check out late morning and travel to the Casablanca Wine Valley. SCENICENRICH Enjoy a private lunch at Emiliana Winery. Sample fine Chilean wines and enjoy sumptuous food in the grounds of the Vineyard. Continue to the seaside port of Valparaiso to join your luxury cruise ship. Set sail late afternoon. Fourteen Night Cruise: Star Princess, Ocean View Balcony Stateroom. Twelve Night Cruise: MS Veendam – Verandah Stateroom. Meals: FB,D

Days 20-21 At Sea
Relax onboard and do as much or as little as you like! Meals: FB,L,D

Day 22

Buenos Aires

Morning arrival into the port of Buenos Aires. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Fiesta Gaucha; or (2) Tigre River and Delta; or (3) Museums Tour; or (4) Gardens Tour; or (5) San Telmo Antiques

Fine dining

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museum, with one of the greatest ceramic collections in the world. Afterwards tour the city, a former capital of the Conquistadors, including the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral. SCENICENRICH Tonight dine at Huaca Pucllana Restaurant set beside a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid. The floodlit pyramid provides a spectacular backdrop for your dinner. Overnight Stay: Casa Andina Private Collection. Meals: FB,HD

Days 13-15 At Sea

market. (if you would prefer to choose a shore excursion this will be at your own expense). Meals: FB,D

Traditional dress, Lake Titicaca

your balcony overlooking the beach. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Hotel – Oceanview Room. Meals: FB

Day 30

Iguazu Falls

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SCENICENRICH This morning your
exciting adventure will take you through the rainforest and onto the water for a thrill you won’t forget. Travel up the river to the Falls. See the ‘Devil’s Throat’ and come close to the base of the ‘Three Musketeers’. The afternoon is at leisure to relax and enjoy this pristine wilderness. Meals: FB,D

Day 27

Rio de Janeiro

Today tour this vibrant city. Visit Corcovado Mountain and see the famous ‘Christ’ statue. Lunch today is at a delightful local restaurant in the Old Town. SCENICENRICH This afternoon visit the Sambadrome, home of the famous Carnivale Parade. Tour the Cultural Centre and try on some of the colourful costumes from the Parade. Then enjoy the spectacular view as you ride the cable car to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Meals: FB,L

Day 31

Iguazu Falls – Buenos Aires, Argentina

This morning cross the border and tour the Argentinean Falls. Board the ecological train and ride to the ‘Devil’s Throat’ viewpoint. The view from the top of the falls is spectacular. This afternoon fly to Buenos Aires and transfer to your hotel in the elegant Recoleta area. Tonight enjoy your SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose from: (1) Piegari Vitello - a true Argentinean steakhouse; or (2) Piegari Italian Restaurant – one of the city’s best; or (3) the elegant Le Sud Restaurant inside the hotel. Two Night Stay: Sofitel Buenos Aires. Meals: FB,HD

Day 28

Rio de Janeiro

Today is a SCENICFREECHOICE day, choose from: (1) Petropolis Tour; or (2) walking Tour of Old Rio; or (3) Jeep Tour of Tijuca Forest and the Botanical Gardens; or (4) tour the Favela’s (Shanty Town). Tonight enjoy your

TOUR CODE: SAMR110111 Days 1- 11 Day 12 Day 13 Day 14 Day 15 Day 18 Day 19 Day 20 Day 21 Day 24
As per itinerary Santiago Santiago – MS Veendam – Verandah Stateroom At Sea Puerto Montt Punta Arenas Ushuaia Cape Horn Falkland Islands Montevideo

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Brazilian Churrascaria at Marius Carnes; or (2) Samba Music and typical Brazilian fare at Rio Scenarium; or (3) enjoy the views over Copacabana Beach at the Restaurant Atlantis. Meals: FB,HD

Day 32

Buenos Aires

This morning tour this beautiful city famed as the “Paris of the Americas”. See the colourful districts of La Boca and San Telmo. Visit Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of Eva Peron and the nation’s leaders.

Day 29

Rio de Janeiro – Iguazu Falls

Days 16-17 At Sea

This morning fly to the World Heritage Iguazu Falls for a relaxing two night stay inside the Brazilian National Park at the newly remodeled Orient-Express Das Cataratas hotel. This afternoon your guide will show you the majesty of the Brazilian Falls. Be awed by the views of the world’s largest waterfall with more than 275 falls. Tonight enjoy your

SCENICENRICH Visit one of the cities’
famous old cafés and learn to dance the Tango. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to explore the city at your own pace.

Days 22-23 At Sea Days 25-26 Buenos Aires, Argentina Days 27-28 Iguazu Falls Days 29-31 Rio de Janeiro Day 32
Journey Home

SCENICENRICH Tonight enjoy our
Farewell Dinner and spectacular Tango Show. Meals: FB,HD

SCENICFREECHOICE dinner, choose
from: (1) Ipe Grill; or (2) Restaurant Itaipu; or (3) local grillhouse in Iguazu town. Two Night Stay: Das Cataratas Hotel. Meals: FB,HD

Day 33

Buenos Aires – Journey Home

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Birdwatching, Falkland Islands

Departure Dates & Prices
33 Day Tour Lima to Buenos Aires 2011 Jan 15 Feb 12 TOUR CODE SAMR 2012 Jan 14 Feb 11

SCENICENRICH
Enhancing your holiday experience n A sumptuous Welcome dinner at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica Restaurant n Learn about the age old weaving techniques at a private demonstration n Taste delicious Peruvian cuisine with spectacular views at Hacienda Huayoccari n Meet the children and teachers at a local school supported by Scenic Tours n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Andean Explorer through the breathtaking Andes n Visit Larco Herrera Museum n Dine at Huaca Puccllana Restaurant with the backdrop a 1,500 year old Incan pyramid n Private tour of a Pre-Columbian Museum n Private lunch in the Casablanca Wine Valley and tasting of fine Chilean wines n Visit the Sambadrome Cultural Centre and see the inside story of Carnivale n Jet boat ride up close to mighty Iguazu Falls n Learn to dance the Argentinean Tango n Spectacular Tango Show and highlight dinner

n Visit the unusual floating islands of Uros n Enjoy a tour of Lima, the Peruvian capital n Tour Santiago including the Cerro San Cristobal n Balcony Stateroom – 14 Night cruise Star Princess; or 12 Night cruise ms Veendam n Cruise the breathtaking landscapes of the Chilean Fjords n Cruise past the dramatic coastline of Cape Horn n See the famous ‘Christ the Redeemer’ statue n Ride the cable car to Sugar Loaf Mountain n Relaxing two night stay at Iguazu Falls n See the majesty of the Brazilian and Argentinean Iguazu Falls n See the highlights of Buenos Aires

2012 dates and itinerary subject to change. Pricing and itinerary released in 2011.

Tour Prices 33 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

2010 $14,845 $5,920

Package includes the following flights within South America: Lima/ Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport Taxes and Charges $400 Port Charges, Gov’t Taxes & Levies approx $450 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000

SCENICDINING
n 70 superb meals including 32 Full Buffet Breakfasts (FB), 1 Highlight Lunch (HL), 11 Lunches (L), 9 Highlight Dinners (HD) and 17 Dinners (D)

32 Day Tour Lima to Rio de Janeiro 2011 Jan 11 Tour Prices 32 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

TOUR CODE SAMR 2012 Jan 10

2012 dates and itinerary subject to change. Pricing and itinerary released in 2011.

SCENICSPECIALSTAYS
n The new Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection in the Sacred Valley n Luxurious Sumaq Hotel, a short distance from the famous Machu Picchu Inca Ruins n Libertador Palacio Del Inka in the historical centre of Cuzco and a member of Starwood Luxury Collection n Sofitel Rio de Janeiro on Copacabana Beach. Scenic Tours guests enjoy fabulous views of the beach from their room n Hotel Das Cataratas by Orient-Express is uniquely located within the Brazilian Iguazu Falls National Park, two minutes walk from the Falls n Sofitel Buenos Aires is an elegant hotel in the heart of the upmarket Recoleta area

2011 $14,845 $5,615

SCENICFREECHOICE
n Scenic FreeChoice inclusions in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires n Scenic FreeChoice dining in Cuzco, Lake Titicaca (Puno), Santiago, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls, and Buenos Aires

Package includes the following flights within South America: Lima/ Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Buenos Aires/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Rio de Janeiro. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

SCENICHIGHLIGHTS
n Expert local guides in all destinations n Visit the villages of Ollantaytambo and Pisac n Visit Chinchero village and see the native markets where locals barter for goods n Tour the ancient Inca Citadel Machu Picchu n Journey onboard the Orient-Express Vistadome train from Machu Picchu n Tour Cuzco and the ruins of Sacsayhuaman

Prices are per person, twin share in AUD. Fully inclusive of all sightseeing, entrance fees, tipping (land portion), meals, accommodation, cruise (E cabin) and flights as specified. Onboard gratuities are not included for any tour. Flights within South America must be booked by Scenic Tours. Flights may change and are subject to additional fare surcharges and taxes. ◆Taxes and charges are subject to change without notice. Princess Cruises Shore Excursions: Please refer to useful information in the terms and conditions pages 66-67. Tour Itinerary and pricing valid from 01 December 2010 – 30 November 2011. Tour Maps: any maps or other route depictions are intended as an indication only and should not be relied upon, please refer to terms and conditions clause 33. For full terms and conditions please refer pages 66-67.

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Airport Taxes and Charges $400 Port Charges, Gov’t Taxes & Levies approx $535 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000 Airfares Just add the best airfare of the day – our reservations team are standing by to secure the best available airfare. Conditions

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Connoisseur’s Choice
BY SCENIC TOURS ®
Helicopter flightseeing trip, Rio de Janeiro

Exclusive South America

Connoisseur’s Choice by Scenic Tours is a range of elite touring holidays for a maximum of 30 guests. This small group touring experience gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself into every aspect of the destinations and get to know your fellow travellers. Our Exclusive South American journey is a very special event embellished with superior accommodation and top of the range inclusions.

Many Exclusive Extras
There are many remarkable inclusions that can only be enjoyed on a Connoisseur’s Choice holiday in South America. The Scenic FreeChoice program offers added activities that are not available on any other programme. At Machu Picchu you may revisit the ancient citadel with your expert local guide, or relax with a steam sauna in the Aqlla Spa. There are no less than eleven highlight lunches and dinners. In Rio you’ll take off on a fabulous helicopter flightseeing trip. You’ll cruise the Amazon on a private charter aboard the MV Aria for four nights. New for 2011 is the inclusion of Galapagos Islands cruising and Santiago as fully escorted parts of the programme.

A Collection of Luxury Hotels
There are four stunning hotels and resorts which are included exclusively for Connoisseur’s Choice guests. The Miraflores Park Hotel by Orient-Express is an intimate all-suite hotel located on the Malecon, facing the Pacific Ocean in Lima. The Aranwa Sacred Valley is a lavish boutique hotel set in a former 18th century Spanish Hacienda Mansion. Hotel Monasterio in the heart of Cuzco is part of the Orient-Express Collection, set in a former monastery built in 1592. The Orient-Express Copacabana Palace is Rio’s most famous and luxurious hotel located in the centre of the famous Copacabana Beach.

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Exclusive Experiences
The Orient-Express Copacabana Palace, Rio de Janeiro; Private wine-tasting; Private tour of the Larco Herrera Museum

Our exclusive Connoisseur’s Choice Enrich experiences are your entrée to activities and meals only available to a select few. Your days will be filled with unique highlights to make your holiday so much more memorable.

Connoisseur’s Choice Enrich Experiences
On your first night in Buenos Aires you’re invited to our intimate private welcome cocktail party held in the beautiful Sofitel Buenos Aires. At Iguazu Falls we host a private cocktail party at sunset with magnificent views of the falls. We’ve chartered a helicopter to take you on a fantastic flight for a bird’s eye view of the sights of Rio de Janeiro. You’ll sail along the mighty Amazon and its tributaries for four nights aboard the luxurious MV Aria, with complimentary beverages served onboard. The curator of Lima’s privately-owned Larco Herrera Museum will welcome you and guide you on a private tour of the museum’s incredible pre-Columbian private collection. Your farewell dinner features fine Chilean Pacific Rim cuisine at Santiago’s Akarana Restaurant.

A New Highlight Every Day
At every new destination, expert local guides will join you to add to your Tour Director’s extensive knowledge. During your relaxing two night stay at Iguazu Falls witness the awesome power of both the Brazilian and Argentinean Falls, and take a jet boat ride to the base of the falls. In Rio you’ll see the inside workings of Carnivale at the Sambadrome Cultural Centre and ride the cable car up to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Meet the residents of three village communities in Peru’s Sacred Valley and enjoy a private picnic lunch at the foot of the Andes. After touring the ancient Inca citadel at Machu Picchu, travel to Cusco aboard the Orient-Express Vistadome train. Another wonderful rail journey awaits you on the Orient-Express Andean Explorer travelling through the breathtaking Andes.

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Private welcome cocktail party at the Sofitel Buenos Aires; Polo game, Buenos Aires; Orient-Express Miraflores Park Hotel, Ocean View Executive Suite

33/24 Day Exclusive South America
4 Day 1
BUENOS AIRES TO AMAZON CRUISE Buenos Aires

EXCLUSIVE SOUTH AMERICA

Days 1 - 10
Connoisseur’s Highlights
• Private welcome cocktail party • Private tasting of fine Argentinean Wines followed by dinner and a Tango show • Dinner at the Orient-Express La Cabana Restaurant • Private sunset cocktail party overlooking Iguazu Falls • Helicopter flight over Rio de Janeiro • Private tour of Larco Herrera Museum by the Curator

Welcome to Argentina! On arrival into Buenos Aires you will be met and transferred to your boutique hotel located on the charming Arroyo Street in the elegant Recoleta area. Connoisseur’s Highlight Tonight meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers at an intimate private welcome cocktail party. Three Night Stay: Sofitel Buenos Aires – Luxury Room.

Connoisseur’s Highlight Tonight enjoy a palate-teasing Argentine steak in the delightful Orient-Express La Cabana Restaurant. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Highlight Dinner

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Buenos Aires – Iguazu Falls

4 Day 2

Buenos Aires

Connoisseur’s FreeChoice
• FreeChoice Activities – Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro

This morning take your private tour of this beautiful city famed as the “Paris of the Americas”. See the colourful districts of La Boca and San Telmo. Visit Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of Eva Peron and the nation’s leaders.Visit one of the cities’ famous old cafés for a private Tango lesson. Connoisseur’s Highlight Tonight enjoy a private tasting of fine Argentinean Wines before dinner and a spectacular Tango Show. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Dinner

This morning fly to the World Heritage listed Iguazu Falls. On arrival tour the Argentinean Falls. Board the ecological train and ride to the ‘Devil’s Throat’ viewpoint. The view from the top of the falls is spectacular. Cross the border to Brazil and enter the Brazilian National Park for a relaxing two night stay in this pristine wilderness. As the only hotel within the national park, guests are able to enjoy exclusive access to the falls each morning before the park opens. Connoisseur’s Highlight This evening enjoy a private cocktail party watching the sun set over the falls followed by dinner. Two Night Stay: Orient-Express Das Cataratas Hotel. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Dinner

Stay in the Finest Hotels
• Sofitel Buenos Aires – Luxury Room • Orient-Express Das Cataratas Hotel • Orient-Express Copacabana Palace – Superior Poolview Room • Orient-Express Miraflores Park Hotel – Ocean View Executive Suite • MV Aria, Deluxe Suite Cabin

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Buenos Aires

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FreeChoice Today, choose from: (1) travel through the Pampas to a traditional estancia (Ranch) and see the gaucho’s legendary horse riding skills; or (2) visit the area of Tigre and sail the Parana River; or (3) absorb the culture on a private Museum and Gallery Tour; or (4) take a private tour of the stunning gardens of this beautiful city; or (5) take the subway to San Telmo and visit the famous Antique and Flea markets; or (6) enjoy a full day tour to watch an exciting Polo game.

4 Day 5

Iguazu Falls

This morning your exciting adventure will take you through the rainforest and onto the water for a thrill you won’t forget. Travel up the river to the Falls. See the ‘Devil’s Throat’ and come close to the base of the ‘Three Musketeers’. The afternoon is at leisure to relax and explore at your own pace. FreeChoice Dinner Tonight choose from: (1) Ipe Grill – located beside the floodlit pool; or (2) Restaurant Itaipu the hotel signature

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restaurant; or (3) a local grillhouse in Iguazu town. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Dinner

4 Day 6

Rio de Janeiro

This morning your guide will show you the majesty of the Brazilian Falls. Be awed by the views of the world’s largest waterfall with more than 275 falls. This afternoon fly to the vibrant city of Rio de Janeiro. Transfer to your magnificent hotel, located in the centre of Copacabana Beach and delight in a local speciality, a glass of ‘caipirinha’ on arrival. Relax and enjoy the spectacular views over the pool and beach from your room. Three Night Stay: Orient-Express Copacabana Palace – Superior Poolview Room. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast

Connoisseur’s Highlight Board our privately chartered helicopter for a birds eye view as you fly around the statue of Christ, across the Tijuca Forest and along Copacabana Beach before returning to Sugar Loaf helipad. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Lunch

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Rio de Janeiro

4 Day 7

Corcovado – Sugar Loaf

Enjoy a full day discovering the highlights of the city. Visit Corcovado Mountain and see the famous ‘Christ’ Statue. Connoisseur’s Highlight Lunch today is at the delightful Confeitaria Colombo in the Old Town. The Belle Époque tearoom opened its doors in 1894 and preserves the elegance of a bygone era. This afternoon visit the Sambadrome, home of the famous Carnivale Parade. Tour the Cultural Centre and try on some of the colourful costumes from the Parade. Then enjoy the spectacular view as you ride the cable car to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain. World renowned for its natural beauty, the city of Rio de Janeiro is the perfect place for sightseeing by helicopter.

FreeChoice Today, choose from: (1) Petropolis Tour; or (2) Enjoy a fascinating walking tour of Old Rio; or (3) Travel by jeep to Tijuca Forest and visit the Botanical Gardens; or (4) Visit the Favelas (shanty towns) and tour one of these unique communities in Rio. FreeChoice Dinner Tonight choose from: (1) dine at Marius Carnes, a unique Brazilian Churrascaria; or (2) enjoy a typical Brazilian dinner with live music at a traditional Samba Bar; or (3) dine in the poolside Pergula Restaurant for an al fresco dinner. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Dinner

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4 Day 10

Lima – Amazon Cruise

4 Day 9

Rio de Janeiro – Lima

Early morning fly to Lima, the capital of Peru. On arrival transfer to your stylish hotel located on the Malecon de la Reserva in the exclusive residential area of Miraflores. Relax and enjoy the afternoon at leisure watching the Pacific Ocean from your suite. Connoisseur’s Highlight This evening dine at the Observatory Restaurant with magnificent views over the Pacific Ocean. Overnight Stay: Orient-Express Miraflores Park Hotel – Ocean View Executive Suite. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Dinner

Enjoy the morning at leisure. Connoisseur’s Highlight Visit the Larco Herrera Museum, a private museum, with one of the greatest ceramic collections in the world. Join the chief Curator, Ulla Holmquist, for a private tour of the museum. Transfer to the airport and fly to Iquitos in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon basin. Travel to the port of Nauta and board your exclusive charter▼ of the luxury MV Aria . Settle into your luxurious suite onboard. Over the next four days, you will sail along several tributaries of the Amazon, as well as on the mighty river itself. You are embarking on a spectacular adventure, to a place visited by only a few travellers. Four Night Cruise: MV Aria, Deluxe Suite Cabin. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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Aqlla Spa; Llama at Machu Picchu; Weaving demonstration

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4 Day 11
Amazon Cruise

EXCLUSIVE SOUTH AMERICA

4 Day 13

Amazon Cruise

AMAZON CRUISE TO LAKE TITICACA

Days 11 - 21
Connoisseur’s Highlights
• Home visit in the Sacred Valley to enjoy a private weaving demonstration • Picnic lunch in the Andean mountains • Dinner at the famous MAP Café • First class rail journey to Puno on the Orient-Express Andean Explorer

This morning board the skiffs and travel on this amazing water stream, part of the vast Amazon flooded forest. Explore a “gallery forest,” because of its narrow vegetation, creating a tunnel of leaves; it is easy to spot parrots, macaws, and fluffy monk saki monkeys, very close to the skiff. This afternoon take a magical journey through the “Mirrored Forest,” seeing towering trees reflected in the black water river, while spotting dozens of enchanting parrots, blue-yellow macaws and a great variety of primates and sloths enjoying nature unperturbed by our presence. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Early this morning explore the reserve from your comfortable skiffs, searching for parrots, macaws, toucans, and many different types of monkeys. Visit the dolphin feeding spots along Yanayacu Lake and try to spot the elusive pink Amazon dolphin. This afternoon travel to Carocurahuayte Lake a “hot spot”, where you will be certain to catch some of the more than 3,000 species of tropical fish that live in the Amazon basin. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

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Amazon Cruise – Lima

Connoisseur’s FreeChoice
• FreeChoice Activities – Machu Picchu

4 Day 12

Amazon Cruise

Connoisseur’s Hotels
• Orient-Express Miraflores Park Hotel – Ocean View Executive Suite • Aranwa Sacred Valley – Deluxe Room • Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel • Orient-Express Hotel Monasterio • Libertador Lake Titicaca

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This morning walk through the jungle to a typical Amazon Village. Your guides will introduce you to native people doing subsistence farming, and tell you about how they learned to cultivate wild plants and trees to earn farm income. This afternoon enter the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, the largest protected flooded forest of the world. One of the richest places in biological wealth, the reserve is home to species in danger of extinction like the giant otter, the manatee and the pink dolphin of the Amazon. See the late afternoon activity of the rainforest animals, including fluffy monk saki monkeys, capuchin monkeys, and the easy-to-spot howler monkeys. When night falls, the special spotlight torches are turned on to locate night creatures, including the caimans. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning visit the lively riverside community of Belen by skiff. Here, where the houses and shops actually float on the river during some months, you will see the bustling food market for the entire Peruvian Amazon (dependent on water levels). Continue to Iquitos and disembark your cruise vessel after lunch. Tour this remote city, accessible only by river or air, which was once a rich centre of the rubber industry. Your tour includes the bustling San Juan Amazonian Indians’ Market and a visit to the Manatee Rescue Centre. Here biologists and volunteers care for endangered Amazon manatees that conservation authorities have rescued from local people and fishermen. Transfer to the airport and fly to Lima. Overnight Stay: Orient-Express Miraflores Park Hotel – Ocean View Executive Suite. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch

4 Day 15

Lima – Sacred Valley

This morning fly from Lima to Cuzco and travel to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Visit the town

Orient-Express Hotel Monasterio

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of Ollantaytambo, the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the Americas. Your local guide will take you on a walking tour of the town, including the imposing fortress overlooking the town. Continue to your stunning spa resort set in an exquisitely restored 18th century Hacienda. Two Night Stay: Aranwa Sacred Valley – Deluxe Room. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Dinner

is at leisure to explore the ruins at your own pace. Overnight Stay: Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

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Machu Picchu – Cuzco

You have the morning to explore. FreeChoice Today, choose from: (1) return to Machu Picchu with your local guide; or (2) relax in the Steam Sauna in the Aqlla Spa. This afternoon travel to Cuzco, enjoying afternoon tea onboard the Vistadome train. Enjoy the spectacular views from the carriages with glass ceilings. Three Night Stay: Orient-Express Hotel Monasterio. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast

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Sacred Valley

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Visit the town of Chinchero which lies on the foundation of an important Inca site built in the 1400’s. Connoisseur’s Highlight Enter the family home of one of the villagers and enjoy a private demonstration of the weaving techniques used in the Andean highlands for centuries. See the native market where the locals trade by bartering and visit the church built in 1626. Connoisseur’s Highlight Afterwards enjoy a private picnic lunch with the Andes as stunning backdrop. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Lunch

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4 Day 20

Cuzco

Enjoy a day to explore this wonderful city at your own pace. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast

4 Day 19

Cuzco

4 Day 17

Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu

The charming city of Cuzco is a World Heritage listed site that was a former capital of the Incas. Explore the city this morning and marvel at the mix of Incan, Spanish and modern architecture and visit the imposing fortress of Sacsayhuaman. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to explore at your own pace. Connoisseur’s Highlight Tonight dine at MAP Café, uniquely located inside the PreColumbian Art Museum. Reputed as one of Cusco’s most stylish and elegant restaurants you will sample a gourmet menu of fine Peruvian Cuisine. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Dinner

4 Day 21

Cuzco – Puno

This morning journey to Machu Picchu onboard the Vistadome Valley train. A highlight is your full day visit to the ancient Inca site of Machu Picchu. Your expert local guide will share the mysteries of this famous “lost city of the Incas” before lunch at Sanctuary Lodge. The afternoon

Connoisseur’s Highlight Board the OrientExpress Andean Explorer this morning for your first class rail journey to Puno. Exquisitely decorated in the manner of the great Pullman trains of the 1920’s, the Andean Explorer boasts a full fleet of refurbished coaches. The open-air Observation Car provides the opportunity to take photographs of the magnificent scenery. On arrival in Puno transfer to your hotel located on an island in Lake Titicaca. Two Night Stay: Libertador Lake Titicaca. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch
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Miraflores Park Hotel; La Rosa Nautica Restaurant, Lima; Sea lion, Galapagos Islands

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Lake Titicaca

EXCLUSIVE SOUTH AMERICA

4 Day 25

Quito

LAKE TITICACA TO SANTIAGO

Days 22 - 33
Connoisseur’s Highlights
• Dinner at La Rosa Nautica Restaurant • Sample Ecuadorian Cuisine at a local restaurant • Farewell dinner at the Akarana Restaurant

Lake Titicaca is one of the highest navigable lakes in the world and the largest lake on the continent of South America. Today enjoy an excursion to the unusual floating islands of Uros. Made of the totora reeds, the islands were constructed as a defensive measure to enable them to be moved should a threat arise. Your guide will show you the lifestyle of the Uros communities including a visit to a school on one of the islands. FreeChoice Dinner Tonight choose from: (1) venture into town and sample local cuisine; or (2) Los Uros Restaurant. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Dinner

Mid morning depart on your tour of this UNESCO World Heritage listed city set high in the Andes and surrounded by volcanoes as high as 6,000m above sea level. Visit the old city centre with its quaint cobblestone streets and colourful buildings. Enjoy the views over the city from the Cerro Panecillo before returning to the hotel. Connoisseur’s Highlight Tonight enjoy dinner in a local restaurant sampling Ecuadorian Cuisine. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Dinner

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Quito

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Puno – Lima

Connoisseur’s FreeChoice
• FreeChoice dining – Lake Titicaca and Quito

Connoisseur’s Hotels
• Orient-Express Miraflores Park Hotel – Ocean View Executive Suite • Hilton Colon Hotel – Club Room • MV Galapagos Legend – Balcony Suite • Hotel Intercontinental – Club Room

Depart the highlands today and fly to Lima. On arrival tour the city, a former capital of the Conquistadors, including the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral. Connoisseur’s Highlight Tonight dine at the beautiful La Rosa Nautica restaurant, set on a pier on the Pacific Ocean. Overnight Stay: Orient-Express Miraflores Park Hotel – Ocean View Executive Suite. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Dinner

Just outside Quito lies the “La Mitad del Mundo” (Middle of the World), which marks 0 (zero) latitude. Here you can stand with one foot in the northern hemisphere and the other in the southern hemisphere. Visit the Intiñan Museum which features interactive exhibits on how the Incas determined the middle of the earth. Visit a local bakery and taste some Ecuadorian specialties before returning to your hotel. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to explore Quito. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast

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Lima – Quito

4 Day 27

Quito – Galapagos Islands

Transfer to the airport this morning and fly to Quito, the capital of Ecuador. Transfer to your hotel located in the centre of the city. FreeChoice Dinner Tonight choose from: (1) casual dining in Café Colon; or (2) gourmet meditteranean dining at Portofino. Three Night Stay: Hilton Colon Hotel – Club Room. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Dinner (Clients on the 24 day tour – tour ends after breakfast. Tour Code: SACC)

Fly to the Galapagos Islands. On arrival at Baltra Island transfer to your cruise ship, the MV Galapagos Legend, and settle into your Junior Suite. Meet your expert Naturalist guide at a welcome briefing and take a light lunch whilst you cruise to Bartoleme Island. Your first excursion is a dry landing and you will see volcanic formations like lava bombs and cinder cones. After a moderate walk to the summit you can enjoy a great view of the surrounding islands. During the walk you may see colonies of

Quito and Mt Cotopaxi

Departure Dates & Prices
2010 Oct 30✝ 2011 Mar 26 Apr 23 Sep 24 Oct 22 2012 Mar 25 Apr 22 Sep 23 Oct 21 TOUR CODE SACG 2011 $24,995 $10,315

marine iguanas, lava lizards and various cacti. Four Night Cruise: MV Galapagos Legend, Balcony Suite. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

4 Day 31

Santa Cruz – Santiago, Chile

2010 departures - itinerary and pricing varies. 2012 dates and itinerary subject to change. Pricing and itinerary released in 2011.

4 Day 28

Isabela Island

At Urbina Bay, after a wet landing, visit the fossil beach. Depending on the season you may be able to observe giant tortoises, land iguanas and flightless cormorants. Sail to Fernandina Island for a dry landing. See the biggest marine iguanas mingling with light-foot crabs, as well as flightless cormorants at their nesting sites, Galapagos penguins, Galapagos hawks, and sea lions. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning visit Bachas Beach on the north side of the island. Encounter sea birds, marine iguanas, sea turtles and take the opportunity to swim on the white-sand beach. Cruise to Baltra Island and transfer to the airport to fly to Santiago via Guayaquil. On arrival transfer to your hotel located in the elegant Él Golf area of downtown Santiago. Two Night Stay: Hotel Intercontinental – Club Room. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch

33 Day Tour Buenos Aires to Santiago Tour Prices 33 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement

Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Buenos Aires/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Sao Paolo/Lima; Lima/Iquitos/Lima; Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Quito; Quito/Baltra; Baltra/Guayaquil/Santiago. Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Air taxes for flights within South America approx $730 Galapagos Taxes and fuel surcharge approx $265 Additions Upgrade to Premium Suite MV Aria $485 Business Class Upgrade Quito/Santiago –

Price on application (strictly limited availability)

4 Day 32

Santiago

Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000 24 Day Tour Buenos Aires to Lima Tour Prices 24 Day Land Only Land Tour Only Single Supplement TOUR CODE SACC

4 Day 29

Santiago Island – Rabida Island

Make a wet landing on Santiago Island where your Naturalist will educate you about the inactive lava terrain you are crossing. Observe hunting herons, great blue herons, lava herons, yellow crowned night herons and oyster catchers. See marine iguanas grazing on algae beds alongside red sally light-foot crabs. Cruise to Rabida Island for a wet landing. Your Naturalist will guide you to a salt water lagoon, where flamingos can sometimes be found. Blue footed boobies and nine species of Darwin’s finches can also be observed. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today your city tour includes Plaza de Armas, Moneda’s Palace and the Cerro San Cristobal for magnificent views over the city. Enter the fascinating Pre-Columbian Museum where your private guide will explain the significance of the museum and its pieces. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure. Connoisseur’s Highlight Tonight enjoy your farewell dinner at the delightful Akarana Restaurant. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Highlight Dinner

2011 $16,995 $6,855

Package includes the following flights within South America in economy class: Buenos Aires/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Sao Paolo/Lima; Lima/Iquitos/Lima; Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Quito; Quito/Baltra; Baltra/Guayaquil/Santiago.Flights within South America and Air Taxes are subject to change.

4 Day 33

Santiago

Taxes and charges (included in above prices) Air taxes for flights within South America approx $465 Additions Upgrade to Premium Suite MV Aria $485 Deposit Deposit per person (required within 7 days of booking) $2,000 Conditions

Enjoy day use of your room at the hotel with late check-out. FreeChoice Today, choose from: (1) travel to Casablanca Valley to sample fine Chilean wines; or (2) travel to the seaside town of Valparaiso and Vina del Mar; or (3) visit the local handicraft markets; or (4) visit the Andes. Your tour ends this evening. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast

4 Day 30

Santa Cruz Island

Today visit the Charles Darwin Research Centre where you can admire the giant tortoises that are part of the breeding program. Enjoy some free time in town before visiting the highlands to observe the famous giant tortoises. Meals: Full Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Prices are per person, twin share in AUD. Fully inclusive of all sightseeing, entrance fees, tipping and gratuities on the land portion of the tour only, meals (69 superb meals including 32 Full Buffet Breakfasts; 2 Highlight Lunches; 13 Lunches; 10 Highlight Dinners and 12 Dinners), accommodation, Junior Suite on Galapagos Legend (SACG only), deluxe suite cabin on exclusive charter of MV Aria and flights as specified. Onboard gratuities are not included on any tour. Galapagos taxes and fuel surcharge are subject to change. ▼Exclusive MV Aria charter guaranteed for all departures that reach maximum capacity. If maximum capacity is not reached Scenic Tours reserves the right to release the charter and allow the operator to sell the remaining cabins to the general public. Balcony suite cabin onboard MV Galapagos Legend strictly limited capacity, subject to availability, until sold out. Flights within South America must be booked by Scenic Tours. Flights may change and are subject to additional fare surcharges and taxes. Single Supplements are restricted to a maximum of 3 cabins per departure. ◆Taxes and charges are subject to change without notice. Tour Itinerary and pricing valid from 01 December 2010 – 30 November 2011. Tour Maps: any maps or other route depictions are intended as an indication only and should not be relied upon, please refer to terms and conditions clause 33. For full terms and conditions please refer pages 66-67.

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Libertador Palacio Del Inka, Cuzco

The Finest Hotels
Scenic Tours features the finest hotels in each location, reflecting the regional characteristics of the areas you will visit. The hotels have been selected for their distinctive charm from centrally located 5-star city hotels, to boutique luxury accommodation in more remote places. SCENICSPECIALSTAYS are highlighted with this symbol

ARGENTINA
BUENoS AIRES
Sofitel Buenos Aires
Sofitel Buenos Aires is located on the tranquil and charming Arroyo Street, surrounded by elegant sidewalks flanked by trees. The hotel features a blend of French and Argentine tradition. Luxurious guest rooms are decorated in an Art Deco style of light, soothing colours, Argentine leather, and spacious bathrooms featuring Boticcino marble.

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Hotel Das Cataratas

LIMA

Hotel Das Cataratas by Orient-Express is the only hotel located in the centre of the Iguazu National Park, a few hundred metres from the famous Iguazu Falls. The elegant Portuguese colonial style architecture is in harmony with nature, and allows you to immerse yourself in the flora and fauna of the area. Scenic Tours guests enjoy the tastefully decorated, newly renovated Superior Rooms with views of the gardens or the National Park.

Miraflores Park Hotel

BRAZIL
RIo DE JANEIRo SANTIAGo
Sofitel Hotel – Deluxe Ocean View Rooms
Located on famous Copacabana beach and close to Ipanema beach, The Sofitel Rio is considered one of the most prestigious hotels in Rio de Janeiro. Scenic Tours guests enjoy spacious Oceanview rooms with private balconies and views of Copacabana Beach and “My Beds”, an exclusive Sofitel bed base, mattress and featherbed. The hotel features a choice of 2 restaurants, the Pool Bar and the Horse’s Neck Bar, all with spectacular views over Copacabana Beach.

CHILE
InterContinental Hotel
The InterContinental Hotel is located in the “El Golf” area of Las Condes, in the heart of Santiago’s new financial district, and just steps away from shopping and restaurants. One of the city’s most elegant hotels, with beautiful marble floors, fresh flowers, carefully chosen furniture and an emphasis on light and space makes every room relaxing and ultimately satisfying.

Miraflores Park Hotel by Orient-Express is an intimate all-suite hotel located on the Malécon de la Reserva in an exclusive residential area in Lima. The hotel is surrounded by a park and offers incredible views over the Pacific Ocean. Luxuriously appointed hotel suites combined with personalised service and state-of-the-art facilities provide guests with the perfect ‘home away from home’ environment. The Executive suites are spacious, luxurious and infinitely elegant. From spectacular ocean views to fine cotton linen on the beds, every last detail of the room has been designed with the utmost care to pamper and please guests. Dining at Miraflores Park Hotel is a wonderful experience. Each morning a sumptuous Breakfast Buffet is laid out in the Observatory Restaurant on the eleventh floor of the hotel. Gaze out over the view of Lima or towards the ocean. On Sunday evenings dinner in the restaurant is complemented by the backdrop of the floodlit coastline. Enjoy a pre-dinner drink at the Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde cocktail bar in the Lobby. Guests can relax after a days sightseeing in the spa, exercise with the latest equipment in the gym or take a refreshing swim in the rooftop outside heated swimming pool with breathtaking views.

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Hilton Colon
The Hilton Colon Quito is considered one of the best hotels in the city. It’s just ten minutes’ walk from the colonial Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is opposite Parque El Ejido, where a crafts market sets up every weekend. The Hilton has a casino, gymnasium, and all the other facilities you would expect of a first class hotel. The contemporary rooms, in cool, calm tones, have large, opening windows and spacious marble bathrooms.

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Copacabana Palace – Deluxe Pool View Rooms

Located right on Rio’s Copacabana beach, the Copacabana Palace Hotel is the most renowned hotel in Rio de Janeiro and has welcomed the rich and famous since 1923. A glamorous icon of the city, this Orient-Express hotel has a reputation of exemplary service, superb cuisine and opulent luxury. Guest rooms are individually designed with fine period furniture and original works of art, giving an elegant yet relaxed ambiance. Connoisseur’s Choice guests can relax and enjoy the views over the pool to Copacabana beach from your Superior room. The hotel boasts a magnificent swimming pool and offers a beach service exclusively to guests of the hotel, providing sun lounges, umbrellas and a security service for your possessions. Two of Rio’s finest restaurants, The Hotel Cipriani Restaurant and The Pérgula Restaurant, are located onsite as well as the Piano Bar and the Bar do Copa. The hotel spa was opened in late 2007 and has fast established a reputation as one of the best spas in Rio de Janeiro. 62

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Libertador Tambo Del Inca

PERU
LIMA
Casa Andina Private Collection
This 5 star-hotel has an unbeatable location, in the heart of the commercial and residential centre of Miraflores, two blocks from Handicraft Peruvian Markets and Parque Kennedy. Rated no.1 on Trip Advisor for best hotel in Lima, the spacious, tastefully decorated rooms maintain the highest comfort and service standards in every detail. Enjoy the indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi and gym.

Setting new standards of excellence, the Libertador Tambo Del Inca is in the very heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, alongside the Urubumba River. A member of the Starwood Luxury Collection this resort and spa provides a haven to rest and enjoy this beautiful area and offer an introduction to Peru’s innovative and varied cuisine.

SACRED VALLEY

Aranwa Sacred Valley

The Aranwa Sacred Valley is a lavish boutique Spa hotel set in a former 18th century Spanish Hacienda Mansion in the Urubamba Valley on the shores of the Vilcanota River. The hotel comprises sumptuous rooms decorated in colonial style. The Pukawi Gourmet Restaurant offers sophisticated cuisine using locally sourced products. The soft lighting,

Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel

warm colour palette, and contemporary décor with a refined twist complement the menu, service and unparalleled experience. The hotel features a glass covered Orchid Pyramid, a Museum, an intimate Movie Room, an Art Gallery with local artist’s works and The Aranwa Spa, a spiritual haven including seven treatment rooms, three hydrotherapy pools, Vichy shower, oxygen-relaxation room, hyperbaric chamber, yoga enclave and fitness centre.

walls. El Tupay Restaurant in the antique Refectory is where you are served a gourmet breakfast, or sample a traditional Coca Sour or Pisco Sour in the elegant and colonial Lobby Bar which has been decorated with style and tranquility in mind.

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Libertador Lake Titicaca - Lake View Rooms

MACHU PICCHU

Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel

The Sumaq Hotel is a luxury hotel providing guests with the highest levels of comfort in a magnificent setting. Ample rooms with design and decoration reflecting the Inca culture, contrast with the luxury, comfort and technology found within the entire hotel. All staff are local to the area and are focused on protecting the environment and providing guests with a unique experience, where comfort and gastronomy come together in an overwhelming setting.

Located on the shores of Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, the spectacular dawn and the amazing landscapes that can be seen from the hotel will turn your visit into an unforgettable stay. All rooms have a wonderful view to the lake, and are elegantly furnished, offering the highest quality and comfort to our guests.

Sofitel Rio de Janeiro – Luxury Room

from $250 from $500

BUENoS AIRES, ARGENTINA
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Sofitel Buenos Aires – Superior Room

from $160 from $315 from $175 from $350

Luxury Room (SACC/SACG Tours Only)

LIMA, PERU
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Casa Andina Private Collection

CUZCo

Libertador Palacio Del Inka

from $120 from $240 from $230 from $455

The hotel is located in the centre of Cuzco, facing the majestic Korikancha or Temple of the Sun. A handsome hotel built within the premises of an ancient Inca Palace, with the original Inca walls are still visible throughout the hotel. The recently refurbished rooms have been designed to offer comfort for a pleasant stay, in the exclusivity of a magnificent five-star hotel, a member of the Starwood Luxury Collection.

Miraflores Park Hotel (SACC/SACG Tours Only)

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Hilton Colon Hotel
Twin Share Single from $105 from $205

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CUZCo

InterContinental Hotel – Deluxe Room Club Room (SACG Tours Only)

Hotel Monasterio

Hotel Monasterio an Orient-Express Luxury Hotel, is the ideal base from which to discover the historic city of Cusco. Built as a monastery in 1592, the hotel retains the charm and ambience that has existed for centuries whilst boasting a reputation as one of the world’s finest hotels. Located just two blocks from the Plaza de Armas, Cuzco’s central square, this unique hotel is an architectural treasure built on Inca foundations with a beautiful chapel adorned with extraordinary gold ornaments. It combines the solemnity of a colonial monastery with the luxury, elegance, comfort and excellent quality of a modern five-star hotel. Each deluxe room is unique, as befits a converted monastery, each of the rooms have their own little architectural quirks and the decor and furnishings combine the best of modern and traditional Spanish colonial style. Magnificent examples of religious art adorn the

from $135 from $270 from $165 from $330

DAY USE oNLY*
Twin Share Single Twin Share Single

InterContinental Hotel – Deluxe Room Club Room (SACG Tours Only)

from $215 from $425 from $245 from $485

Hotel Monasterio, Cuzco

Prices are per person and include one-way airport transfers (arrival or departure), daily full buffet breakfast and local taxes. Supplements may apply during certain periods. Rates are subject to availability. *Santiago Hotel Day Use Rate includes return airport transfers.

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Miraflores Park Hotel, Lima; Sofitel La Reserva Cardales, Buenos Aires

Pre and Post Tour Packages
We have some fabulous opportunities for you to explore Lima and Buenos Aires on a pre or post tour package. Enjoy a range of accommodation options from standard to deluxe. This is an independent (non-escorted) option.

LIMA PRE ToUR PACKAGE
Day 1 Lima, Peru
Welcome to Peru! On arrival in Lima you are met and transferred to your hotel. Relax and enjoy the day at leisure.

LIMA PoST ToUR PACKAGE
Day 1 Lima, Peru
This morning enjoy a half day tour to the interesting Pachacamac Ruins, located 30 kilometres south of Lima. The ruins were occupied for nearly 5,000 years by numerous cultures, culminating with the Incas. Your local guide will walk you through the site, seeing the Temple of the Sun God, the irrigation works and reservoirs built by the Incas during their occupation of the area. The Sanctuary offers magnificent views from the tallest pyramid, of the Pacific Ocean and the Lurin Valley. Return to Lima and enjoy the remainder of the afternoon and evening at leisure. Meals FB

BUENoS AIRES PoST ToUR PACKAGE
Day 1 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Welcome to Argentina! On arrival in Buenos Aires you are met and transferred to your resort, the luxurious Sofitel La Reserva Cardales on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. The resort is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate after your flight to South America. The resort boasts a superb range of facilities including an 18-hole golf course, Le Spa, four pools, a library, 3 restaurants and 3 bars. Rooms are spacious and well appointed, all with views over the lake. Relax and enjoy your 30 minute (included) vitality pool session this afternoon.

Day 2

Lima

This morning enjoy a half day tour to the interesting Pachacamac Ruins, located 30 kilometres south of Lima. The ruins were occupied for nearly 5,000 years by numerous cultures, culminating with the Incas. Your local guide will walk you through the site, seeing the Temple of the Sun God, the irrigation works and reservoirs built by the Incas during their occupation of the area. The Sanctuary offers magnificent views from the tallest pyramid, of the Pacific Ocean and the Lurin Valley. Return to Lima. Enjoy the remainder of the afternoon at leisure before joining your tour this evening. Meals FB

Day 2

Lima

Day 2

Buenos Aires

Transfer to the international airport after breakfast for your onward flight. Meals FB

Transfer to the airport this morning for your onward flight. Meals FB

Casa Andina Private Collection
Twin Share Single Twin Share Single

from $250 from $480 from $355 from $745

Casa Andina Private Collection
Twin Share Single Twin Share Single

from $250 from $480 from $355 from $745

Sofitel La Reserva Cardales
Twin Share Single

from $295 from $610

Miraflores Park Hotel (SACC Tour Only)

Miraflores Park Hotel (SACC Tour Only)

Inclusions: One Night’s accommodation including breakfast; airport transfers; meals, porterage, 30 minute vitality pool session as indicated in the itinerary, tips and gratuities.

Inclusions: One Night’s accommodation including breakfast; airport transfers; meals, porterage, sightseeing and admissions as indicated in the itinerary, tips and gratuities.

Inclusions: One Night’s accommodation including breakfast; airport transfers; meals, porterage, sightseeing and admissions as indicated in the itinerary, tips and gratuities.

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MV Aria sister ship, MV Aqua

MV Aria Deckplan
Launching in February 2011, the new MV Aria offers an intimate cruise ship experience. Catering to a maximum of 32 guests on an exclusive charter by Scenic Tours.

Observation Deck

Second Deck – Premium Suites
MV Aria sister ship, MV Aqua

Lower Deck – Deluxe Suites
Victoria’s regias waterlillies

Technical Data
Capacity: 32 Passengers Length: 40 metres Beam: 9 metres Draft: 1.5 metres Crew: 24 Guides: 4 65

Booking Terms and Conditions
Please read carefully before booking
1. Introduction - Conduct of tours advertised in this brochure is governed by Scenic Tours Pty Limited (“Scenic”) in accordance with the following terms and conditions. It is important that you carefully read the terms and conditions as you will be bound by them. Payment of the reservation deposit or tour price represents your acceptance of these terms and conditions. 2. Must Read – Important Information - You acknowledge and agree that there are general risks associated with travelling, which are beyond Scenic’s control and therefore Scenic cannot be legally responsible for any loss or damage you may incur as a result of these general risks. Such general risks include: a. tour variations or interruptions caused by road, river or weather conditions; national or local holidays affecting the closure of public buildings and attractions; strikes, civil disturbances and advices by governments or other Force Majeure Events; unscheduled vessel, vehicle or aircraft maintenance, or for any other circumstances beyond Scenic’s control; b. forces of nature; illness; flight delays, schedule changes or cancellations; loss of luggage; epidemics or pandemics; political unrest; accidents; acts of terrorism or other criminal acts; changes to government visa or travel requirements. It is your sole responsibility to make your own enquires regarding your trip, including relevant government travel safety warnings. 3. Travel Insurance - You are urged to arrange comprehensive travel insurance at time of deposit to cover any unforeseen circumstances that may occur prior to departure or during the tour. 4. Booking Deposit & Tour Payment (a) Booking Deposit • You must pay the Booking Deposit within 7 days of making your Booking. • Please refer to the itinerary of your selected tour, for your applicable Booking Deposit. • Any accommodation, sightseeing or flights booked by you separately to those stated in your itinerary will not be included in the Booking Deposit and are payable separately. • Your Booking will be automatically cancelled if your Booking Deposit is not received by the due date. • Booking Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable (Refer to the “Book with Confidence Plan” set out under the heading, ‘Useful Information’). (b) Final Payment • For Antarctica (code SAIE), Amazon tours (code SAAG and SACC/ SACG on MV Aria), and Carnivale Tour (code SAI.C) total tour price must be paid no later than 120 days prior to tour departure. • The balance of the tour price must be paid no later than 100 days prior to the tour departure date. • It is your sole responsibility to effect payment of the tour price by the due date. • You must pay the tour price in full if your booking is made within 90 days of the tour departure date. 5. Late Booking Fee - A late booking fee of $50.00 per file is payable on all bookings made within 21 days of tour departure. 6. Variation Fee – An administration fee of $50.00 is payable for each variation to your booking (except variation to the tour departure date, which will attract cancellation fees, set out below). Scenic may choose to accept or reject your request for variation at its sole discretion. 7. Cancellation Fees - You will be liable for cancellation fees, calculated as follows: Days of Notice Prior To Tour Commencement 91 days and over 90 to 62 days 61 days or less Cancellation Charge (per person) Loss of deposit 50% of tour price 100% of tour price suspend a scheduled departure of the tour. Scenic will endeavour to make any decision to cancel or suspend a tour or cruise at least 60 days prior to the scheduled departure date. 12. Tour Cancellation - Where a tour or cruise is cancelled by Scenic for whatever reason prior to departure, Scenic will use its reasonable endeavours to offer the closest available tour or cruise departure, subject to the refund or payment of any tour price difference. Should the alternative be acceptable to you, you will be bound by these Terms and Conditions with respect to the alternative tour or cruise. Should the alternative arrangement offered not be accepted by you within a period of 7 days, Scenic’s contract with you will terminate and Scenic will refund all monies paid directly to Scenic and Scenic will have no further liability to you. Scenic will not be liable for any third party costs not booked by Scenic. 13. Included in your Tour Price – Included in your Tour Price are all of the following items where indicated in your itinerary: Airfares and applicable air taxes*, all coach, cruise and rail travel, accommodation, transfers, port charges and applicable government taxes, services of a Tour Director, local escort in Peru, all tips and gratuities (on the land portion of your tour), meals, porterage, sightseeing and admissions as indicated in the itinerary. * Tour Prices include the following flights in economy class: SAM (Star Princess Itineraries) – Buenos Aires/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Rio de Janeiro; Santiago/Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima SAM (MS Veendam Itineraries) – Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires; Santiago/Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima SAMR (Star Princess Itineraries) – Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/ Santiago; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires SAMR (MS Veendam Itineraries) – Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/ Santiago; Buenos Aires/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Rio de Janeiro SATA (Dec 2010) – Buenos Aires/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Rio de Janeiro; Buenos Aires/Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima SATA (Jan 2011) – Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires; Santiago/Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima SAI – Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires SAI.C – Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires SAAG – Quito/Baltra; Baltra/Guayaquil/Lima; Lima/Iquitos/Lima; Lima/ Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires; SAG – Quito/Baltra; Baltra/Guayaquil/Lima; Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires; SACC – Buenos Aires/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Sao Paolo/Lima; Lima/Iquitos/Lima; Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima SACG – Buenos Aires/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Sao Paolo/Lima; Lima/Iquitos/Lima; Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Quito; Quito/Baltra; Baltra/Guayaquil/Santiago SAIE – Lima/Cuzco; Juliaca/Lima; Lima/Santiago; Santiago/Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro/Iguazu Falls; Iguazu Falls/Buenos Aires; Buenos Aires/ Ushuaia/Buenos Aires; Note: Any flights not included in the tour price will be charged to you separately. All the flight inclusion information is valid for departures from December 2010 – November 2011 departures only, unless specified otherwise. 14. NOT Included in your Tour Price - Items not listed in your itinerary are not included in your tour price and include: Airfares not listed above, air taxes not listed above, fuel surcharges, meals not specified in the itinerary, drinks, laundry, tipping and gratuities onboard cruise ships, passport and visa fees, vaccinations, optional activities and items of a personal nature. Changes to flight schedules may require additional overnight accommodation at either commencement, during or completion of tour and is at your own expense. Changes to your travel arrangements after departure as a result of illness or other items of a personal nature are at your own expense. 15. Additional Optional Activities - Are not included in the tour price and you will be required to pay an additional charge for such optional activities. Any optional activities offered to you will be subject to availability, operational and seasonal factors. Minimum and maximum numbers may also apply to some optional activities. 16. Cruise Cabins and Shore Excursions - Tour price is based on cabin category as indicated. SAM/SAMR/SATA/SATR tour price is based on category E, oceanview stateroom. SAIE tour price is based on category DS, deluxe outside stateroom. SAG, SAAG is based on superior cabins for Galapagos cruise. SACG is based on Junior Suite Cabin for Galapagos Cruise. SACC and SAAG are based on standard suite cabins for the Amazon cruise. As the cabin categories are strictly limited, early booking is strongly recommended. Cabin upgrades are available on some cruises at additional cost. Shore excursions for Princess and Holland America Line Cruises are at your expense and may only be booked direct with the relevant cruise company. 17. Airfare Conditions - Discounted airfares are subject to availability and conditions apply. Your Scenic reservations consultant will book the most appropriate fare for your tour. Please note: Some discounted airfares have conditions which make them unsuitable to be used in conjunction with these tours. Full details and conditions may be obtained from your travel agent. Earlybird airfares will be ticketed upon receipt of deposit. Any variations to your flight itinerary will incur variation fees and surcharges. All airfares are subject to routing restrictions. Airfares and applicable taxes may be subject to increase without notice due to factors outside Scenic’s control. Please contact your travel agent for applicable rules and regulations relating to your air travel. 18. Tour Variations - Scenic may, in its absolute discretion and without notice, change or vary your tour itinerary. Whilst Scenic will make reasonable efforts to operate the tour as close as possible to your tour itinerary, changes or substitutions may be necessary for reasons outside Scenic’s control. These circumstances may include, but are not limited to: road, river or weather conditions; national or local holidays affecting the closure of public buildings and attractions; strikes, civil disturbances and advices by governments or other Force Majeure Events. In particular, airlines, rail and cruise carriers, and Scenic reserve the right to cancel, advance or postpone any scheduled dates and may, but are not obliged to, substitute another means of transportation to ensure travel on any scheduled dates. Scenic is not liable for any loss whatsoever to you by reason of any such cancellation, advancement or postponement. Airlines, cruise and rail carriers, and Scenic reserve the right to change the itinerary whenever conditions, in the opinion of the airline, Master of the Ship, local waterways regulations or rail operator, render it advisable or necessary in the circumstances. Airlines, cruise and rail carriers and Scenic will not be responsible for any loss or expense caused by such changes and will not be subject to any claim by you for refund or compensation. 19. Photography - The tour programs operated by Scenic offer some of the most spectacular and beautiful photographic scenery in the world. However, due to possible tour variations, Scenic cannot guarantee that every scene or highlight featured in the tour program will be available on each tour. Consequently, no refund will be available for any resulting missed scene or photographic “opportunity”. 20. Tour Participation - Scenic’s South American program requires passengers to have an appropriate level of health and fitness. Please ensure you select a suitable holiday for your level of fitness. Walking on uneven ground and surfaces whilst visiting monuments and antiquities, boarding or alighting from various modes of transport in sometimes difficult terrain, all require an appropriate level of fitness and mobility. Cruise ships do not provide wheelchair accessibility and do not have lifts. For the Galapagos tour, embarking and disembarking cruise ships is by inflatable zodiac boats and some “wet landings” are over rocks which may be slippery. Scenic regrets that it is unable to provide individual assistance to a passenger for walking, dining, boarding motor coaches or other modes of transport or for any other personal need. Passengers requiring such assistance must be accompanied by a qualified companion. Scenic at its sole discretion reserves the right to decline the booking of any passenger whose condition may affect their health, safety and enjoyment or that of any other passenger. In addition, Scenic reserves the right to cancel a tour of a passenger whilst on tour, for any of the above stated reasons and will not be responsible for any expenses resulting from the preclusion of such person from the remainder of the tour. If you are precluded from participating in any part of a tour, you will be under your own arrangements at your own expense. No refund will be paid for the unused portion of the tour. It is your responsibility to notify Scenic of any disability, medical condition, dietary requirement or any other special needs at the time of booking. Scenic reserves the right to decline your booking if Scenic deems that it cannot provide for any or all special needs as identified by you; or if Scenic deems that you will not abide by these terms and conditions. 21. Altitude Mountain Sickness (AMS) - Some South American cities are situated at altitudes of 2800 metres above sea level or higher. At these levels, AMS (caused by lack of oxygen at high altitudes) affects most people to some extent. AMS effects can range from mild to severe and occurs because less oxygen is reaching the muscles and the brain, requiring the heart and lungs to compensate by working harder. Symptoms of AMS usually develop during the first 24 hours at altitude but may be delayed up to 3 weeks. Mild symptoms include headache, lethargy, dizziness, difficulty sleeping and loss of appetite. AMS may become severe without warning. Please consult your doctor before departure to ensure you have an adequate level of fitness and health. 22. Vaccinations - It is your sole responsibility to ensure that you have all required vaccinations for your tour; refer to www. smarttraveller.gov.au for full details and also consult your doctor. In particular, it is important to note that yellow fever is a quarantinable disease in Australia and travelers to certain areas in South America must hold a Yellow Fever International Vaccination Certificate within 6 days prior to their re-entry back into Australia. For travelers over 60 years of age, it is important that you consult your medical advisor concerning the suitability of the yellow fever vaccine in the context of their own individual medical circumstances. This information is correct at the time of printing. It is your sole responsibility to check vaccination requirements for all countries visited in your itinerary prior to departure. You will not receive a refund if you are unable to be vaccinated and if as a result you decide not to complete your tour. 23. Medical Conditions - Scenic strongly recommends a visit to your doctor and dentist before your tour. If you are aged 70 and over at the departure date you must provide a doctor’s letter clearing you to take your specific tour, and should include a reference to the itinerary destinations and departure date. It is your sole responsibility to advise Scenic of any pre-existing medical conditions that might reasonably be expected to increase the risk of you requiring medical attention, or that might affect the normal conduct of a tour and the enjoyment of other tour members. All travelers will be required to fill in the Scenic health and fitness forms to be handed to your Tour Director on arrival.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

For Amazon, Antarctica Cruise, and Carnivale Tour only: Days of Notice Prior Cancellation Charge To Tour Commencement (per person) 121 days and over Loss of deposit 120 to 91 days 50% of tour price 90 days or less 100% of tour price Cancellation notices must be issued to Scenic in writing during office hours. A cancellation notice will not be accepted by Scenic until it is received in writing. You may also be liable to pay cancellation fees to airlines and other third parties. Any changes to your tour departure date will be deemed a cancellation and the applicable cancellation fees will apply. 8. Credit Card Fees - A surcharge may apply for credit card transactions. 9. Tour Price - Scenic reserves the right to vary the tour price at any time, in its absolute discretion, to account for any increase in costs including airfares, fuel, government taxes and charges, exchange rate fluctuations or other tour related costs or tariffs. All tour prices are quoted in Australian dollars. 10. Payments to Travel Agents – Your travel agent may forward your deposit or final payment to Scenic on your behalf. However, payments to your travel agent should not be taken as payments to Scenic. Scenic will be taken to have been paid when it receives your deposit or final payment from your travel agent. 11. Tour Operation - Your booking is conditional on Scenic receiving a minimum number of tour or cruise bookings to operate the tour and ensure an enjoyable group atmosphere. Where sufficient numbers cannot be achieved, Scenic reserves the right to cancel or

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24. Passports and Visas - All passengers must have a valid passport with at least 6 months validity from your tour return date and a valid return air ticket. Also, it is your sole responsibility to ensure that all required entry visas for relevant countries are obtained prior to departure. Failure to obtain correct documentation may affect your entry to certain countries while on the tour. The following Visa information is correct at the time of printing. Australian Passport holders require a visa for entry to Brazil. Australian Passport holders require a visa on entry to Chile and Argentina for a fee, which is payable in cash on arrival. Australian Passport holders do not require a visa for Ecuador or Peru. It is your sole responsibility to check visa requirements for all countries visited in your itinerary prior to departure. 25. Special Diets - You must advise Scenic in writing of any special dietary needs at the time of booking. Scenic will make every reasonable effort to accommodate your dietary requests but cannot guarantee that such requests can be met. 26. Solo Passengers - A limited number of single rooms are available at a single supplement rate for each tour. In some locations, single rooms are smaller than twin bedrooms or may not be available. Restrictions on the number of single rooms available apply for any tour with a cruise component: Tour codes SAAG; SAG; SACC; SACG; SATA;; SAM; SAMR; SAIE – maximum capacity for single rooms is 3 per departure date. In addition, if requested, Scenic will endeavour to match you with another single passenger; however, the single supplement must be paid at the time of booking. If Scenic is successful, and you remain matched throughout the entire tour, you will be refunded the single supplement cost within 2 weeks of the tour completion. Scenic accepts no responsibility for the suitability of the allocated rooming partner. Should a passenger at any time during the tour consider the rooming partner unsuitable, Scenic, using the prepaid supplement and subject to availability, will endeavour to arrange single accommodation for the remainder of the tour. However, the single supplement will not be refunded at tour completion. 27. Young Passengers - Passengers under the age of 21 years (as at the departure date) must be accompanied by an adult. Children under the age of 15 years are not encouraged (with the exception of Christmas tours and cruises) and are accepted or rejected at the sole discretion of Scenic. 28. Airport Transfers - Are only available on the first and last day of your tour and at times designated by Scenic. Transfers outside these times will be at your expense and must be secured by your own arrangements. Passengers who have purchased Scenic’s pre and post tour hotel accommodation and airfares will be provided airport transfers to/from their hotel in tour start or end city only on the day of the pre or post accommodation booking. If your airline booking is not made by Scenic, you must ensure your flight details are provided to Scenic (this can be entered by Tour Personaliser at www.scenictours. com.au). No refund will be given for unused transfers. Transfers cannot be routed to other pick-up points or destinations. If you miss the pre-booked transfer you will be responsible for making your own way to the airport, at your own expense. Transfers must be booked and flights advised to Scenic no less than 60 days prior to travel, otherwise transfers cannot be guaranteed. Airport transfers may be group transfers scheduled to coincide with multiple flight arrival times. 29. Hotel Accommodation – Scenic reserves the right to substitute hotel accommodation of a similar standard in the place of the advertised hotel, where necessary. Important: Overnight accommodation required to meet the tour and/or flight connections is not included in the tour price and is at your own expense. Whilst Scenic has taken reasonable steps to secure the most suitable hotel accommodation in the area of the tour, it is not liable to you with respect to the quality, size or fitness of hotel rooms. 30. Double Bed Accommodation - Please note that throughout these areas, twin bed accommodation is very common and double beds are either not available or only available in very limited numbers. Consequently, whilst Scenic will endeavor to meet client’s request for double beds, this may not always be possible. 31. Luggage - Passengers are entitled to one suitcase per person. Due to limited coach capacity, your suitcase must not exceed 76 x 53 x 28cms (30’’ x 21’’x 11’’) and weight should not exceed 20kg (42lbs). Personal items should be carried in a travel bag. Airline passengers should consult with their air carrier as size and weight restrictions may vary from airline to airline and also according to the class booked. In addition, airline and airport luggage safety regulations must be complied with. It is your responsibility to ensure that your luggage complies and you acknowledge that Scenic or contracted carriers may elect not to carry overweight items. You will be responsible for excess baggage charges and otherwise complying with airline regulations and safety requirements. Excess and /or overweight luggage is your own expense. If you are travelling to South America, Scenic recommends you use hard suitcases that can be securely locked. If your tour is stopping overnight in Machu Picchu, Peru, you are required to carry hand luggage for one night’s accommodation only. Your remaining luggage will be stored in the Sacred Valley. 32. Pictures, Images and Information – All images in this brochure represent typical scenes and descriptive detail for each tour, however it is possible that the particular subject matter may not be seen or experienced on tour. Also, some pictures may have been digitally enhanced. 33. Tour and Cruise Maps - Maps or tour depictions contained in the brochure or other brochures issued by Scenic, are intended as an indication only and should not be relied upon as the actual route taken during the tour. Scenic is not liable to you for any variation to the tour. 34. Smoking - For the comfort of all passengers, smoking is not permitted on vessels, coaches or such other places as nominated by Scenic from time to time. Scenic will use its reasonable endeavours to ensure there are opportunities for you to smoke during the tour. However, Scenic cannot guarantee such opportunities will be available.

35. Ocean Cruising - An ocean view stateroom is a cabin with either a picture window or porthole as compared with a cabin located within the ship. Cabin allocation is controlled solely by the respective cruise line and Scenic has no control over cabin allocation. 36. Ocean Cruise Gratuities - Tipping on ocean cruising is included in your tour price for 2011 departure dates, however is not included for 2010 departure dates. Please refer to the respective cruise line for their onboard gratuity policy in relation to 2010 departure dates. 37. Carriers - The carriers (including airlines, rail and sea carriers used in association with the tours) are not responsible for statements in the brochure or any feature contained therein. The conditions of sale of each carrier constitute a separate contract and Scenic assumes no responsibility in relation to contracts between you and the carriers. 38. Onboard Safety - Passengers must follow crew instructions at all times to ensure onboard safety. 39. Amendments to Terms and Conditions - These terms and conditions may be subject to further amendment from time to time. Amendments will be posted on Scenic’s website. 40. Warranties – To the extent permitted by law, all express or implied warranties, representations, or terms are expressly excluded. Where the law implies any condition or warranty which cannot be excluded, then Scenic’s liability for breach of such an implied condition or warranty is limited, at Scenic’s absolute discretion, to one or more of the following: (1) in the case of goods, the repair of goods, replacement of goods, the supply of equivalent goods or the cost of repair, replacement or supply of equivalent goods; or (2) in the case of services: supplying the services again or payment of the cost of supplying the services again. 41. Trade Practices Act – Nothing in these terms and conditions will operate to exclude, restrict or modify the application of any provision of the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) or any equivalent State or Territory legislation, the exercise of a right conferred by such a provision, or any liability of Scenic for breach of a condition or warranty implied by such a provision, where it is unlawful to do so. 42. Responsibility – You acknowledge and agree that Scenic accepts no responsibility and will not be liable to you or any third party for any loss, cost or damage (including loss of enjoyment) suffered directly or indirectly in connection with: (1) any tour risks or other aspects of the tour notified to you in these terms and conditions; (2) any change to your itinerary or delays in departure or arrival times of air craft or otherwise during the conduct of the tour; (3) any loss or damage to your baggage; (4) any personal injury or death resulting from the acts or omissions or negligence of any third parties providing goods or services to you during the tour, including air carriers, hotels, shore excursion operators, restaurateurs, transportation providers and medical personal; or (5) any loss of enjoyment by you due to circumstances outlined in these terms and conditions or otherwise beyond Scenic’s control. 43. Total liability - Despite any other provision of these terms and conditions, and to the extent permitted by law, Scenic’s total liability to you or any third party (including any claims of negligence on the part of Scenic) is limited to the tour price actually paid by you. 44. Consequential loss – Scenic will not be liable for any loss of enjoyment, opportunity, profit, savings, revenue or interest or any other consequential or indirect, incidental, special or punitive loss, damage or expenses even if Scenic has been advised of their possible existence and even if such loss, damage or expense is caused by Scenic’s negligence. 45. Force Majeure – For the purposes of this clause, “Force Majeure Event” means any act of God, war, terrorism, fire, flood or any other extreme weather conditions, loss of power, epidemics or pandemics, industrial disputes, slow-downs or other strike activities, riots or civil disturbances, acts of government, semi government or other authorities, inability to obtain any necessary licence or consent and delays caused by sub-contractors, suppliers or other third parties (including telecommunications carriers), material shortages or other disruption to the tour. You acknowledge and agree that Scenic is not liable for any delay or failure by Scenic to perform its obligation under these terms and conditions, resulting from or as a consequence of a Force Majeure Event. If a delay or failure occurs or is anticipated due to Force Majeure Event, Scenic’s obligations are suspended for the duration of the Force Majeure Event. Scenic may immediately terminate this agreement, if the Force Majeure Event delays performance for a period of 90 days or more, calculated from the date Scenic notifies you of the Force Majeure Event. 46. Dispute resolution – If a dispute arises between the parties in connection with these terms and conditions, the parties undertake in good faith to use all reasonable endeavours to settle the dispute by way of good faith negotiation. 47. Entire Agreement – These terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between the parties about its subject matter and any previous agreements (whether oral or in writing), understandings and negotiations on that subject matter have no effect. 48. Waiver and Variation – Scenic may only waive a right or remedy created under these terms and conditions in writing. Our delay in exercising a right or remedy does not constitute a waiver of that right or remedy, nor does any waiver by Scenic (either wholly or in part) operate as a subsequent waiver of the same or any other right. We reserve the right to amend these terms and conditions from time to time without prior written notice to you. 49. Governing Law – These terms and conditions are governed by the laws in force in the State of New South Wales. The parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of New South Wales and any courts competent to hear appeals from those courts. 50. Survival – Any term which is, by its nature, intended to survive termination of these terms and conditions survives termination. 51. Interpretation – In these terms and conditions, unless the context otherwise indicates a contrary intention: (1) headings are for convenience only and do not affect interpretation; (2) singular includes the plural and visa versa; (3) a reference to a party includes its successors, permitted assigns, administrators and substitutes; (4) where a word or phrase is defined, its other grammatical forms

have the corresponding meaning; (5) the word ‘include’ in any form is not a word of limitation; (6) no rules of construction apply to the disadvantage of Scenic on the basis that these terms and conditions were prepared by Scenic; (7) a reference to a natural person includes their personal representatives; and (8) a reference to a body (including institute, association or authority) which ceases to exist or whose powers or functions are transferred to another body is a reference to the body which replaces it or which substantially succeeds to its powers or functions. Useful Information • Scenic FreeChoice - All Scenic FreeChoice activities must be prebooked. Scenic FreeChoice dining can be booked whilst on tour with your Tour or Cruise Director (unless otherwise stated). All Scenic FreeChoice activities are subject to availability, seasonal and operational factors. Some activities require a minimum number of participants to operate. • Scenic Enrich - It may not always be possible to offer every brochured Scenic Enrich activity on tour. Suitable alternatives will be provided to ensure your overall tour enjoyment. • Scenic Club Loyalty Program - The program was launched in 2008 and replaces the previous program. Details of the range of benefits and qualification for membership etc are available on www.scenictours.com.au/scenicclub. Currently the program is only available to Australian residents but will be progressively rolled out to the residents of other countries. • Clothing - We recommend casual and comfortable clothing. Please bring comfortable walking shoes for sightseeing. Dinner attire is casual-open-neck shirts, slacks and dresses. Coats and ties may be worn but are not required. The Captain’s welcome and Farewell Dinners are dressy but not formal. For winter months we recommend a warm coat, gloves, water-resistant footwear and an umbrella. Laundry facilities are available en route for a fee. Holland America Line and Princess Cruises – For formal evenings, men wear tuxedos, dark suits or dinner jackets, and women wear evening gowns, cocktail dresses or elegant pant suits. Antarctica specific clothing requirements will be outlined in passenger documentation. • Princess and Holland America Line Cruises: Shore Excursions – all shore based excursions on the cruise are optional and can be purchased at your own expense prior to departure by visiting the Princess Cruiseline website www.princess.com or the Holland America Cruiseline website www.hollandamerica.com and reserving your place directly on line (subject to availability). Scenic Tours recommend booking shore excursions 120 days prior to departure. Dinner Reservations: Dinner times are scheduled onboard and preferred meal time must be requested at time of booking (subject to availability). • Electricity - Voltage varies from 220V to 110V. You will need a plug adaptor to use small items like an alarm clock. • Currency and Credit Cards - US Dollar is widely accepted in South America. A variety of local currencies are in use in some of the countries featured in this brochure. For small purchases ashore or in small towns, local currency is advantageous. Many locations accept major credit cards. ATMs are located in most major centres. Prior to departure the passenger should confirm that their ATM card and PIN will work overseas. All purchases onboard are charged to the passenger’s shipboard account. Shipboard accounts may be paid in USD cash or by credit card. • Group sizes - The number of participants will be limited to a maximum of 40 guests on each departure. • Seat Rotation - To ensure all passengers have the opportunity to enjoy front and window seats, a daily seat rotation system is employed where possible on all of our coaches. • Book with Confidence Plan - The “Deposit Protection Plan” fee is $55 per person (including GST). The fee is non refundable and must be paid at the time of booking your tour. Where you cancel a tour, and the Deposit Protection Plan applies, Scenic Tours will hold the deposit paid by you for Scenic Tours products only (i.e. not products provided by third parties e.g. air travel) and will credit that portion of the deposit on alternative Scenic Tour products booked within 24 months of the cancellation, after which time the amount will be forfeited. The Deposit Protection Plan does not replace travel insurance which we strongly advise be obtained at the time of booking.

GreenChoice
Climate Friendly Offices Since the start of 2007 Scenic Tours have partnered with Climate Friendly to make our offices and sales team climate friendly. We have also formed a committee dedicated to reducing our environmental impact and increasing the efficiency of our operations. Carbon Friendly Touring and Cruising Climate Friendly have calculated the average emissions for our South American itineraries. From just $5.00* per person per day you can make your holiday climate friendly. Simply let your travel agent know that you wish to take the Scenic GreenChoice option and Scenic will add GreenChoice to your booking. For more information visit www.scenictours.com.au/climatefriendly.
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Offset Your Flights Offsetting your international flights can be done directly through Climate Friendly. Your payment goes directly to Climate Friendly in exchange for carbon credits for renewable energy projects. Scenic does not profit in any way from these payments. Please visit our website www.scenictours.com.au/climatefriendly for more information about how Scenic’s carbon offset program works.

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Scenic Tours Offices
Scenic Tours Head Office
Level 2, 11 Brown Street, Newcastle, NSW 2300 Phone: 1300 136 001 Fax: (02) 4929 4943 email: info@scenictours.com

Scenic Tours Sydney Office
Level 14, 56 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Phone: 1300 136 001 Fax: (02) 8274 1333 email: info@scenictours.com

Scenic Tours North America Office
Fairmont Hotel vancouver Lower Level, 900 West georgia St, vancouver, Bcv6c2W6, canada Phone: 1 866 689 8611 email: usacanada@scenictours.com

Scenic Tours UK Office
6th Floor, 111 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 2HY, united Kingdom Phone: 0161 236 2444 email: ukoffice@scenictours.com

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Enquiries & Reservations
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TRAVEL AGENTS: Log into Scenic Tours Express Book for live availability http://bookings.scenictours.com.au New Zealand: Phone (Toll Free) 0800 441 611 Group Enquiries: 1300 655 112
Scenic Tours Pty Limited PO Box 807, Newcastle NSW 2300 Australia Licence No. 2TA 002 633 ABN 85 002 715 602
Brochure Code: DS/SAM/AUD1112

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