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  • Weeklong getaway to Peru with tours for $1299

    Machu Picchu view

    Machu Picchu ©Frank_am_Main/ Flickr

    Select your favorite from the wonderful Central and South American vacation packages that our deal hunters have found today. You can book a weeklong getaway to Peru with tours starting from only $1,299 per person for some departure dates between November 19 2016 and April 15 2017.

    The other offers we have gathered here include a 15 days vacation to Patagonia, Argentina and  Chile for $2,500 per person, an escape to Costa Rica with air and rafting for $1,052 and an amazing adventure to Galapagos Island with tours and hotel for $2,316. Act right now, these great vacation packages might be sold out soon.

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  • 6 nights Peru vacation to Cuzco and Machu Picchu for $899

    Machu Picchu

    Machu Picchu aerial view ©Daniella Pereira/ Flickr

    Choose one from the many wonderful vacation package deals we have found you for today and spend a few days of off season getaway with relaxation and adventure. On the top you will find a 6 nights Peru vacation starting from $899 per nights and save big on this exotic adventure.

    But it would worth the time to take a look at the 4 nights all inclusive package with air and stay at a Dreams hotel for $649 per person, a weeklong trip to Puerto Vallarta with flight for $799 or a luxurious getaway in Cancun, in an oceanview suite on the beach from $599. Pick your favorite and do not let it sell out!

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  • 7 nights luxury getaway to Peru for $2,600

    Machu Picchu view

    Machu Picchu Dennis Jarvis/ Flickr

    Take a look at the top travel deals of this day and pick any of them that might help you get your dream vacation this year, like the luxury Peru getaway from the top line that starts from $2,600 per person now, a price that is $450 lower that the regular rate of this package.

    Need more ideas? Spend a night in a Westin hotel in Houston from $99 per night, get cheap car rentals in major cities all over the US from $5 a day or book a luxurious escape to Riviera Maya withe meals and flight from $759 per person. If you don’t act fast, your favorite might sell out!

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  • Luxury cruise to French Polynesia with Oceania Cruises for $2875

    Marina cruise ship - Oceania Cruises

    Marina cruise ship – Oceania Cruises

    Among the various cruise deals of this week you will find a wonderful luxury cruise to French Polynesia from $2875 per person. If you book this 17 nights cruise now, you can save 40% compared to brochure prices and sail the exotic waters on Regatta, the luxurious ship of Oceania Cruises.

    You may also choose to get yourself on a week long cruise to Bermuda in an oceanview cabin from $669 per person, another luxury cruise with Oceania Cruises to Bermuda and the Bahamas from $2,399 pp or a a 7 nights journey on the waters of Mexico with Holland America from $689 pp. Act now, the deal you like might be gone by tomorrow!

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  • Peru and Machu Picchu vacations from $1487 pp

    Peru

    Peru

    This week is all about exotic vacations around Central America, including Machu Picchu in Peru, the jungle and amazing beach of Belize, Costa Rica, the rain forest of Panama and Galapados Islands of Ecuador.

    Travel for instance to Peru and Machu Picchu from $1,487 pp for a 7 nights vacation. The package includes flight to Lima from the US on Taca International Airlines, accommodation, transfers within Peru and breakfasts. Note that the $1,487 pp price is valid for departure on November 25, from Washington DC.

    As stated above, other Central American destinations are also available – pick your favorite deal now, before the best offers sell out!

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  • Summer travel planning: 5 volunteering destinations

    Kathmandu, Nepal, photo by lavenderstreak on FlickrSummer is the best time for a holiday in many parts of the world, but it can also be a peak season when prices can be really high. There’s a lazy,laid back atmosphere floating around in summer that makes you want to take off to some remote part of the world and forget about work or school for a while. And while summer holidays have always been popular, a rising trend among vacationers is to go on volunteering holidays.

    People volunteer for a variety of reasons, some because they genuinely want to help, and others as a way of expanding their horizons and traveling far away on a tight budget. Whatever your motivations, here are some ideas for your summer travel planning: 5 volunteering destinations where you can share your skills, do some good and meet fellow travelers and locals.

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  • Travel to Cuzco, Peru’s colonial gem

    Cusco

    Cusco

    Peru’s history might not always be a happy story, but it always a fascinating one. The most famous relic of Peruvian history is Macchu Picchu, the ‘lost city of the Inca’, which was not city at all, but merely a princely estate.

    If you’re looking for an Inca city, look no further than Cuzco, the old capital of the Inca Empire, a monument of Spanish colonialism later on, and currently one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in South America.

    If you want to binge on pre-Columbian archaeology, Cuzco is your answer, but one of the most fascinating features of the city is its colonial architecture. Millions of tourists come to this amazing city every year, so join the ranks and visit Cuzco, Peru’s colonial gem.

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  • The most exciting desert ruins in the world

    Palmyra, photo by Varun Shiv Kapur on Flickr

    For a city dweller, deserts usually seem forbidding and inhospitable, despite the fact that there are people who made their homes in these arid corners of the planet.

    Sometimes even entire cities can thrive in the middle of the desert, and become fun places to be, at least if Las Vegas is any indication. Ancient desert cities and oases have often been abandoned and now lie in ruin, and that might make a desert seem a bit creepy, but also a great destination for an adventurous traveler.

    Ruins in the desert never cease to fascinate, and while some might still be quite mysterious and off the beaten track, many of them have become popular tourist attractions. If desolate landscapes and ancient wrecks are your thing, you’re probably going to enjoy visiting the most exciting desert ruins in the world.

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  • Easter around the world: South America

    Colombia

    Colombia

    Since the most widespread religion in most South American countries is Christianity, Easter is celebrated with various degrees of pomp and ceremony all over the continent.

    Easter is a good time for family celebrations, but it works just as well, if not better, as a window for a holiday. If you decide to head out of your home during Easter, whether on your own or with family or friends, South America is a great choice.

    Even at other times of the year, the particular blend of indigenous culture and African and European influences make South America is great cultural travel destination. The many Easter traditions and customs in South American countries turn this holiday into an exciting time of the year even for those who don’t usually celebrate it. So here are some more insights into how people celebrate Easter around the world: South America in particular.

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  • The best carnivals in South America

    Montevideo Carnival, photo by Vincent Alongi

    For those who keep it, Lent is far from being the most pleasant time of the year – being deprived of your favorite foods or other indulgences is no small sacrifice for many.

    This is why carnival season, right before Lent begins, is a time of revelry and self-indulgence, so that people can have one last blast before staying away from all the fun for a while. At least, this was the original purpose of the carnival, but today it’s a great opportunity to party weather you’re religious or not.

    Some of the biggest and most vibrant carnivals take place in South America, with the Rio as the uncrowned queen of them all. But the Rio carnival is far from being the only one, so if you find yourself somewhere on the continent during the upcoming months, check out some of the best carnivals in South America.

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