Ultimate South America by Private Jet (22 days)

Day 4

Iguassu Falls , Brazil→Rio de Janeiro , Brazil

Day 5

Rio de Janeiro , Brazil

Day 6

Rio de Janeiro , Brazil

Day 12

Galápagos Islands , Ecuador

Day 13

Galápagos Islands , Ecuador

Day 14

Galápagos Islands , Ecuador

Day 17

Cuzco, Peru →Machu Picchu , Peru

Day 19

Easter Island, Chile

Day 20

Easter Island, Chile

Day 21

Easter Island, Chile


Day 1
23 Aug 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Alvear Palace Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

There is never a boring minute in this eclectic, cultured and

opinionated city. Find restaurants, cafes, bars, an opera house,

galleries and arguments of the passionate kind on every street

corner. You won’t want to come up for air.

On our first private jet journey, we travel east across the Pacific

via Tahiti and Easter Island to Buenos Aires. Sink into your seat

and allow our inflight crew to pamper you with the finest food

and beverages. After crossing the international dateline, it is

early evening when our private jet lands in busy Buenos Aires.

Our introduction to the city is a luxurious Belle Époque hotel,

the Alvear Palace, which we will call home for three nights.

It is located in the exclusive Recoleta neighbourhood, where

elegant boulevards and leafy parks lend a Parisian air.

We enjoy a leisurely dinner and a quiet night in anticipation

of tomorrow's explorations.

Day 2
24 Aug 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Alvear Palace Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Buenos Aires is an assortment of many different neighbourhoods,

each offering a different aspect of the city. Today, we drop in

at its most iconic ones for an overview of BA, as the locals call it.

After breakfast, take a morning stroll through the Recoleta

neighbourhood. At midday, we have a quintessential

Argentinian lunch at a traditional steakhouse offering

the country's famous pampas-fed beef.

In the afternoon, we visit the Plaza de Mayo, Casa Rosada,

the Teatro Colón opera house, Recoleta Cemetery and La Boca,

a working class district which once housed Italian immigrants.

The immigrants livened up the district by painting their houses

in bright colours, a custom that continues today. It was here

that the tango evolved, and, as we walk through the district,

we will come across many dancers performing in the streets.

This evening, we celebrate the dance in its most spectacular

form with dinner and a live show at Rojo Tango, an intimate

cabaret room where the dancers weave through the audience’s

tables. As if we need more reason to look forward to this, Rojo

Tango is located in the Hotel Faena, designed by Philippe Starck.

Day 3
25 Aug 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Alvear Palace Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today, we retreat to the country. The estancia is a type

of sprawling estate established in the 19th century, often

crowned with a mansion of grand architecture. Here, we

immerse ourselves in the lifestyle of the Argentinian elite,

with an exclusive polo match put on especially for you.

At lunch, the brilliant and flamboyant Francis Mallmann,

Michelin-starred chef and global ambassador for the region's

cuisine, personally prepares a culinary adventure for our taste

buds. We will sample the finest Argentinian wines, handpicked

by Mallmann and paired with lunch.

The remarkable day continues with these Your World

experiences. Pick the one that entices you most.

- Delve deeper into the country's polo culture by learning

how to play.

- Or, bring home a few Argentine cooking secrets.

Watch Francis Mallmann, renowned for his myriad ways

of cooking with fire, demonstrate his signature methods.

Tonight, prepare to be lost in the flavours, sights and sounds of

Argentina’s most sought after dining experience. Puertas

cerradas or closed-door restaurants are a cross between a

private dinner party and a restaurant, where the city’s best chefs

present their talents in personal living rooms, villas and hidden

gardens. No two meals or locations are alike. Tonight, we sample


Day 4
26 Aug 2018
Iguassu Falls , Brazil
Rio de Janeiro , Brazil
Belmond Copacabana Palace Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Few places on earth command your attention like Iguassu Falls.

Across a width of three kilometres, the majestic Iguassu river

sends its deluge over 80 metre cliffs into the jungle below.

Large clouds of spray permanently cloak the many river islands

and surrounding forests. Don’t forget to bring your camera.

Today, we are bound for Rio de Janeiro. Before that, we stop

in at the world’s largest system of waterfalls for a few hours,

a side-trip possible only with a private jet. We take in the

once-in-a-lifetime vista of Iguassu Falls from the Brazilian side

and savour a private lunch on a balcony with unrestricted views

of the water.

After lunch, pick from these Your World experiences that will

enhance your visit.

- Fly over the falls in a helicopter for a truly unique view

of the ‘Devil’s Throat’.

- Explore the base of the falls in a Macuco Safari Boat.

You will travel on both flat water and rapids to arrive at the

part of the falls called the Three Musketeers. Getting soaked

is part of the adventure.

- Pay a visit to the Iguassu Falls Bird Park. It isn't every day

that we get up close to the magnificent toucan. On top

of the many colourful tropical birds, see the innumerable

species of butterfly native to the area.

We continue on our private jet to Rio de Janeiro, enjoying

dinner on board before landing.

Our flight from Iguassu Falls lands in Rio de Janeiro

in the evening, where you are whisked directly to the

Belmond Copacabana Palace for a well-deserved rest.

Day 5
27 Aug 2018
Rio de Janeiro , Brazil
Belmond Copacabana Palace Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We start our first full day in the city with a tour of the sights

that are quintessentially Rio. We visit Corcovado Mountain to

see the statue of Christ the Redeemer up close. Our next stops

are the legendary beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema, and

then, the Metropolitan Cathedral of Rio de Janeiro, built in

1964 but styled after a Maya pyramid.

At lunch, we savour the delights of an authentic churrascaria,

Fogo de Chão, where the meat is slowly roasted over a fire to

succulent perfection, according to Southern Brazilian tradition.

This afternoon, relax and prepare for tonight’s gala dinner and

Carnival-style samba show at Das Canoas House, a splendid

example of modern architecture. For fans of the architect,

Oscar Niemeyer, it is indeed a treat to be inside the home

he built for his family.

Day 6
28 Aug 2018
Rio de Janeiro , Brazil
Belmond Copacabana Palace Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today is set aside for you to design as you choose, with many

Your World experiences to select from.

- Continue last night’s discovery of Oscar Niemeyer with an

architectural tour of Rio hosted by a member of Niemeyer’s

close family. We will also visit the stunningly idiosyncratic

Niterói Contemporary Art Museum he designed. Lunch

follows after.

- Explore Rio’s favelas, or shanty towns via Jeep where

haphazard buildings set on top of each other paint a picture

both mad and delightful.

Visit a sugarcane farm where cachaça is made. Sample the

spirit, well known for its use in the caipirinha mixed drink.

Upon returning to Rio, we stop for lunch with the family who

owns the farm.

In the late afternoon, we gather to share stories of our

day over caipirinhas, then take in sweeping views of the city

from a helicopter, before landing at Sugarloaf Mountain,

another of Rio’s favourite vantage points.

This evening, you are free to choose where to dine. Select from

a list of Rio’s best restaurants – including Baby Beef Barra,

Rubaiyat, the Hotel Cipriani Restaurant, or the Michelin-starred


Day 7
29 Aug 2018
Havana, Cuba
Kempinski Manzana de Gómez Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

There’s no erasing the neglect of the strict communist years

– mansions turned into tenements, cars long past their

use-by date and a scarcity of nearly everything. But behind

the peeling paint and broken windows, Cuban ingenuity

is kindling – creating exciting new bars, restaurants and

performance spaces that flirt with government restrictions.

Havana is still figuring out who to be next, and now

is the perfect time to visit.

After breakfast, our flight leaves for Cuba. We have lunch

and dinner on board before arriving in Havana. We check

in to the recently renovated Kempinski Manzana de Gómez

for the next three nights.

Day 8
30 Aug 2018
Havana, Cuba
Kempinski Manzana de Gómez Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We acquaint ourselves with the city through a guided walking

tour, taking in the Plaza de Armas and Old Havana. The city’s

crumbling grandeur presents itself, an echo of the days when

it grew rich as a port for Spanish galleons carrying treasures

from the Americas. We stop in at the opulent Captain

General’s Palace and some of Ernest Hemingway’s old

haunts, before having lunch at a local restaurant.

The afternoon is left free for exploration on your own.

Or, if you wish, select from these Your World experiences.

- Trace Hemingway’s steps across the city and beyond.

Visit his former estate, the Finca La Vigía. Then, head

to the picturesque village of Cojimar, in which he set

The Old Man and the Sea.

- Delve into the Cuban-American connection. See the Hotel

Nacional, built in 1930, when Cuba was a major destination

for Americans. Ride in a classic 1950s Chevrolet or Buick,

and learn about the American Mafia in Havana.

- Tour a cigar factory for insight into Cuba’s most famous export.

- Learn more about Havana’s buildings with an architecture

tour that points out all the different styles and Cuban

adaptations of them.

This evening, we dine at Café del Oriente, which, at the

height of communism, was Havana’s only luxury restaurant.

After dinner, we invite you out to a salsa spectacular. It might

be Thursday, but in Havana, every night is a weekend night.

The best salsa bars change regularly, but with our finger firmly

on the city's pulse, you can be sure that we'll find ourselves

dancing along to the liveliest, most popular of bands.

Day 9
31 Aug 2018
Havana, Cuba
Kempinski Manzana de Gómez Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

If yesterday was dedicated to Old Havana, today, we explore

some of the other districts that make up the city. We visit

fortresses built to guard the port’s entrance, first El Morro,

and then, La Cabaña. After that, we pay a visit to Plaza de

la Revolución, the square from which Fidel Castro once

regularly addressed Cubans. At the Museum of the Revolution,

we learn more about the revolutionary war of the 1950s.

Lunch today is at a couple of paladares, or private restaurants,

one of which is the inventive Ivan Chef Gusto, set in an 18th

century colonial building with eclectic interiors. The menus

change regularly and feature only what’s fresh in the market that day.

This afternoon, Your World experiences from yesterday are

once again made available. We encourage you to select one

of the experiences you missed, or alternatively, explore the city

on your own terms.

With the advent of economic reform, chefs all over Havana are

free to open paladares of their own. This explosion of choice is to

our benefit. Tonight, you are free to select from a carefully

curated list of Havana’s most delicious and atmospheric


Day 10
01 Sep 2018
Panama City, Panama
American Trade Hotel Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

The narrow strip of land that Panama sits on has always been

eyed as an overland trade route between the Atlantic and

Pacific oceans. Panama City was once a stop for mule trains

carrying silver to the coast, for collection by Spanish ships on

their way home. Most recently, Western powers jostled to build

the Panama Canal. Despite it all, Panama City is a welcoming

place, where many cultures blend fluidly together.

After lunch on a short flight, we arrive in Panama City with the

afternoon to spare. Choose from these Your World experiences.

- Take a journey through three eras of Panama City – view

its modern skyscrapers, Spanish colonial buildings and the

ancient ruins of its original indigenous settlement.

- Prepare for tomorrow by visiting the Panama Canal’s

Miraflores Locks Visitor Centre.

Our residence in Panama is the American Trade Hotel, located

in a restored landmark building in the Old Quarter. A stroll

down the street will reveal a district undergoing a renaissance.

Elegant old buildings, some restored, others still waiting to be,

line cobblestone streets. Hawkers and high society are equally

represented, lending an electric vibrancy to the quarter.

This evening, choose from the delectable offerings of three

handpicked restaurants.

- At Madrigal, find dishes with Asian, European and Latin

influences, all made with Panamanian ingredients like otoe,

a little known root vegetable.

- Tejas presents the flavours of Panama with a Barcelona accent.

- The Dining Room at our hotel is led by Chef Clara Icaza,

named one of the top 20 young chefs in Latin America.

Day 11
02 Sep 2018
Panama City, Panama
American Trade Hotel Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today is reserved for full immersion in the engineering wonder

that is the Panama Canal. Unlike a typical traveller who will

only observe it from land, we will board a private cruising boat,

transit the canal and experience the locks first hand.

At Gatún Lake, 26 metres above sea level and the highest

point on the canal, our boat picks us up and proceeds through

the Culebra Cut, the narrowest portion of the canal. We pass

through the Pedro Miguel Locks, which lowers our boat 18

metres so that it can enter Miraflores Lake. We then go through

the Miraflores Locks and dock at the Port of Balboa.

A special private dinner awaits you this evening. Trained at both

Attica in Melbourne and the Icebergs Dining Room in Sydney,

Chef José Carles of Donde José has returned to Panama and

gone on to apply the techniques he's learnt. Tonight, he presents

eight elegant courses that, together, tell Panama's culinary story.

Our venue is the distinctive Biomuseo, designed by Frank Gehry.

Located on the Amador Causeway, we enjoy panoramic views

of the ocean and cargo ships entering the canal.

Day 12
03 Sep 2018
Galápagos Islands , Ecuador
M/V Galápagos Legend Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

The first recorded visit to the islands was in 1535,

by a Catholic priest who was blown off course on the way

to Peru. Three hundred years later, Charles Darwin visited and

made observations that would inform his ground-breaking theory

of evolution. As in those days, the Galápagos Islands are still

an untamed place, where a lack of contact with humans has

allowed its animals to remain fearless.

This morning, our jet takes us to Guayaquil where we board

a local flight to Baltra Island in the Galápagos. Here, we leave

the plane behind and board our expedition ship, M/V Galápagos

Legend, headed for our first wildlife encounter. Upon landing at

Santa Cruz Island, we visit a natural reserve for the archipelago's

famous giant tortoises. These majestic creatures live up to 200

years and often weigh close to 300 kilograms. You can also

choose to walk inside amazing, cavernous lava tubes. We follow

this with a visit to pit craters, where the surface has collapsed

and 'sunken forests' have grown.

Day 13
04 Sep 2018
Galápagos Islands , Ecuador
M/V Galápagos Legend Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We sail to Santiago Island, landing on Puerto Egas, a black

volcanic sand beach visited by Darwin in 1835. The shore

is ringed by eroded rock formations that have become home

to an abundance of wildlife species. Among them, marine

iguanas, starfish and the bizarre yellow-crowned night heron.

Don't forget to comb the tide pools for Sally Lightfoot crabs

and watch out for fur seals, who love frolicking in the cool waters.

After lunch on our ship, we head to Bartolomé Island,

named after Sir Bartholomew Sulivan, a naturalist and lieutenant

aboard HMS Beagle, and also Charles Darwin's lifelong friend.

While only 1.2 square kilometres, it offers some of the most

breathtaking moon-like landscapes in the archipelago. Here,

we will challenge ourselves with a hike to the summit of the

island, encountering great views of the surrounding islands,

including the sharp blade of Pinnacle Rock. This island is also

home to blue-footed boobies and lava lizards.

We linger for a while, enjoying the beach and taking the

opportunity to snorkel, where you might find yourself swimming

amongst Galápagos penguins, sea turtles, white-tipped reef

sharks and countless colourful fish.

Day 14
05 Sep 2018
Galápagos Islands , Ecuador
M/V Galápagos Legend Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

By now, we have fallen into the daily rhythms of an explorer.

We start the day in a part of Santa Cruz Island that we have not

visited yet. We walk past a brackish lagoon where flamingo often

go to feed, then up Dragon Hill, a nesting ground for endemic

land iguanas. The surrounding forest is inhabited by


Darwin's finches, yellow warblers and Galápagos doves.

As usual, we head back to the ship for lunch and to compare

stories. After that, we sail to North Seymour Island, where

large colonies of blue-footed boobies, great frigatebirds with

crimson throat sacs and swallow-tailed gulls go about their day.

It is always lively, noisy and full of fanfare here. You are likely

to encounter sea lions and occasionally, a Galápagos snake.

Day 15
06 Sep 2018
Cuzco, Peru
Belmond Hotel Monasterio Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Cuzco was built by the visionary Inca Emperor Pachacuti

in the 15th century. It was a superbly planned city, even by

modern standards. When the Spanish arrived, they simply

appropriated the design and foundations, and built over them.

Machu Picchu, the most famous of Inca monuments, is nearby.

Everywhere you go in the region, you will be amazed by their

other feats of engineering.

A flight takes us directly from the Galápagos to

Guayaquil. There, we rejoin our private jet for the flight to Lima,

where a scheduled flight takes us to Cuzco. We check in to the

Belmond Hotel Monasterio, a former seminary, and our home

for the next four nights. This evening, we dine in at the hotel.

Please note that Cuzco is 3,400 metres above sea level. If you

are uncomfortable with or cannot travel to high altitudes, please

seek advice from your doctor. It will be our pleasure to arrange

an alternative, fully-escorted, low-altitude itinerary.

Day 16
07 Sep 2018
Cuzco, Peru
Belmond Hotel Monasterio Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Our first full day in Cuzco begins at the city's cathedral,

with art by Quechua artists of the 17th century Cuzco Painting

School. After that, our Inca pilgrimage begins at the Temple

of the Sun, a showcase of Inca masonry. On Hatun Rumiyoc

Street, stone walls remaining from a once-grand Inca ruler's

palace line the walkway with modern buildings built over them.

The highlight is a particular stone, hand cut with 12 separate

angles, a bewilderingly high level of skill.

We adjourn for lunch at our hotel before leaving on an

exploration of Sacsayhuaman, a hilltop fortress overlooking

Cuzco. Like Machu Picchu, it was built of stone blocks,

but of ones far bigger. We continue on to the Kenko Temple,

a wak'a, or holy place, believed to be where sacrifices and

mummification were conducted. Our last stop is the red

fortress of Tambomachay.

This evening, dine at one of Cuzco's best and most inventive

restaurants. These are some of our favourites.

- Chicha by the famed Chef Gastón Acurio, serving classic

Andean recipes.

- Limo, on an enclosed balcony overlooking Cuzco’s

main plaza, nods to the Japanese immigrant influence

on Peruvian cuisine.

- MAP Café is set in the Pre-Columbian Art Museum.

Sample conceptual Peruvian dishes here.

Day 17
08 Sep 2018
Cuzco, Peru
Machu Picchu , Peru
Belmond Hotel Monasterio Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today, we dedicate ourselves to the astonishing Machu Picchu.

As is convention, we travel there in style, on the luxurious

Belmond Hiram Bingham train.

Each stone within these classical Inca buildings was cut by

hand and fit perfectly with adjoining stones, no mortar needed

or used. The structures were designed to withstand earthquakes,

with stabilising features such as trapezoidal windows,

narrowing from bottom to top.

The energetic amongst us have the option of waking earlier to

take the Vistadome train to Aguas Caliente. We then travel by

road to Machu Picchu. The early start pays off as we clamber

through the ruins before the crowds arrive, then follow a steep

and uneven footpath to Huayna Picchu. While this jagged peak

features in many photos, towering over Machu Picchu, it sees but

a fraction of its visitors. As spaces are limited, be sure to confirm

your place early.

That afternoon, we rest our legs with tea at the Belmond

Sanctuary Lodge, adjacent to Machu Picchu, before returning

to Cuzco on the Hiram Bingham train. We will enjoy a fourcourse

dinner aboard the train.

Day 18
09 Sep 2018
Cuzco, Peru
Belmond Hotel Monasterio Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We start the day with a morning tour of the Sacred Valley of

the Incas. We stop in at Chinchero, which, according to myth,

is the birthplace of the rainbow. Today, it is the market,

featuring traditional Peruvian textiles that we are after.

At the Pre-Columbian salt mines of Maras, the evaporation

ponds make for an interesting photograph. Our next stop

is Moray, a rarely visited site that was once the ‘agricultural

laboratory of the Incas’. Natural depressions were turned

into concentric terraces to test for hardy crops.

We return to Cuzco in the afternoon, where you may choose

from the following Your World experiences.

- Take to Cuzco on foot and discover its people,

markets and colonial Spanish architecture.

- Brighten a child's day at the Hogar San José Orphanage.

Before dinner, we are treated to a private cultural performance.

Following that, dine at one of these restaurants.

- Chicha by the famed Chef Gastón Acurio, serving classic

Andean recipes.

- Limo, on an enclosed balcony overlooking Cuzco’s main plaza,

nods to the Japanese immigrant influence on Peruvian cuisine.

- MAP Café is set in the Pre-Columbian Art Museum.

Sample conceptual Peruvian dishes here.

Day 19
10 Sep 2018
Easter Island, Chile
Explora Rapa Nui Resort Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Our journey ends in the southeastern corner of the Pacific, at the

most remote of all our destinations. Called Rapa Nui by its

Polynesian inhabitants, Easter Island is frozen in a moment

sometime between the 13th and 16th centuries, when its

mysterious moai were built.

Hanga Roa, the only town on Easter Island, greets us when we

land in the afternoon. Once we arrive, we visit the abandoned

village of Orongo, a collection of stone houses perched on the

lip of a volcanic caldera. On one side, the 300 metre cliff affords

dizzying views of the ocean. On the other, a gentle, grassy slope

leads to a freshwater crater lake.

Once we have satisfied our curiosity about the island, we check in

to the architecturally-distinct Explora Rapa Nui resort, where local

elders welcome us to their land with traditional singing and


This evening, we dine at the Explora’s acclaimed restaurant,

tantalising our taste buds with several courses featuring exotic

local produce. You might find plantain and guava making

appearances, along with fish caught that very morning.

Day 20
11 Sep 2018
Easter Island, Chile
Explora Rapa Nui Resort Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We are here on Easter Island to see the moai, and there is

no better time to view them than during the dramatic sunrise.

This morning, you have the option of greeting the day at

Ahu Tongariki, home to some of the island’s tallest moai.

Later, we explore Rano Raraku, where stone for the gigantic

moai was quarried. After that, we make another trip to Ahu

Tongariki for those who missed it at sunrise.

Lunch is at the beach of Anakena, where the Polynesians first

landed after crossing the Pacific in dugout canoes. A traditional

umu lunch, made by burying fish in hot stones, lets us delve into

local custom. At the same time, we feast our eyes on

a traditional Polynesian show led by an elder.

Enjoy a relaxing, free afternoon before joining your fellow

travellers for a farewell dinner where we contemplate our

immense journey.

Day 21
12 Sep 2018
Easter Island, Chile
None Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We leave Easter Island this morning, boarding our private

jet, bound for home via Tahiti and New Zealand. Settle in to

your final flight and make the most of the service on board.

Day 22
13 Sep 2018
Sydney, Australia
None Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We cross the international dateline and land in Sydney the

following day – the afternoon of the 13th of September, where

we say our goodbyes. We hope to see you again on your next

Captain's Choice journey.

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