Marvel at first light as the sun kisses the sky above Sugarloaf Mountain. Be awed by Lake Titicaca from the comfort of the continent’s first luxury sleeper train. From jungle to mountain, beach to bustling metropolis: South America is always in style.
With Belmond’s exclusive selection of inspiring activities, you’ll find endless things to do in South America. Browse through our top recommendations below.
Journey from Cusco to Arequipa aboard South America’s most fabled luxury train.
Gather around a campfire at dusk with indigenous Guarani-Mbya. Take part in an authentic welcome ritual, feast on traditional cuisine and enact a tobacco ceremony with tribal elders.
Head out to Condor’s Cross as day breaks and watch these magnificent birds swoop on the morning air currents.
This small and rarely seen traditional neighbourhood is full of history. Explore the charming streets before pausing for a sumptuous lunch at a local restaurant.
A visit to a once-in-a-lifetime place calls for a once-in-a-lifetime journey.
Be dazzled on a tour of the hotel’s art collection, then head to the kitchen to discover Peru’s culinary heritage.
Let your creative side run wild and live like a real Limeno as we guide you through the artistic district of Barranco.
Make your base moments away from Machu Picchu and experience the ancient citadel in ways you could never have imagined.
The emblematic drink of Peru, learn more about the history and distillation of Pisco before whipping up a delicious Pisco Sour.
Step back in time as you saddle up to explore the natural wonders of the Sacred Valley.
Wake up early in a former monastery in the heart of Cusco before setting off for a railway jaunt to Machu Picchu. Or party in Rio’s most star-studded hotel before exploring the rainforests of Iguassu. South America is full of possibilities—where will you go?
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