THE LOST CITY OF
THE INCAS, MACHU PICCHU
The Lost City of the Incas, Machu Picchu is inarguably one of the world’s most famous sites and the historical icon of South America. In 2007, it was voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Explore this mountaintop citadel and journey through its ruins to experience the past come to life. Everyone’s experience is a little bit different, but one constant is that the memory of visiting this grand site will last a lifetime!
THE HIGHEST LAKE
IN THE WORLD
Venture to the highest navigable lake in the world and the home to the Uros Reed Islands. Enjoy the only 5-star sleeper train in South America as you travel from Cusco to Puno on the banks of Lake Titicaca. Then explore this stunning lake and the mystical birthplace of the first Incan King, Manco Capac.
THE NATURAL PLAYGROUND
OF THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS
No place on earth embodies the spirit of eco-travel quite like the Galapagos Islands. They have inspired nature lovers going back to the days of Charles Darwin, and today draw visitors from all parts of the globe. Cruise around the islands on your privately-chartered 5-star yacht and discover the world that inspired Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. Sit alongside or swim with exotic animals that aren’t scared of people!
OTAVALO - SOUTH AMERICA'S
MOST COLORFUL MARKET
Home to the continent’s most famous Indigenous market, Otavalo is a photographer’s dream, bursting at the seams with colour. It’s also a shopping paradise, so get ready to find textiles and other goods to bring back home.
LIMA - THE WORLD'S
BEST FOOD CITY
Your Goway Journey of a Lifetime begins in Lima, Peru’s capital and largest city. Originally built by the Spanish conquistadors, Lima has since become a bustling metropolis and one of the cosmopolitan hubs of South America. Discover a city with a vibrant nightlife, stunning historical relics, elegant accommodations, and some of the world’s leading culinary attractions.
THE NAZCA LINES
Continue the journey south to Paracas, home to the pre-Incan Nazca people and the enigmatic Nazca Lines. Fly high over the plains of Southern Peru and gaze upon these hand-made geoglyphs of plants and animals carved into the land by these ancient peoples. During your journey, you’ll also see some of the largest sand dunes in the world.
CUSCO - CAPITAL OF
THE INCAN EMPIRE
Once the beating heart of the Incan Empire, Cusco remains one of Peru’s most attractive cities and the gateway to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Centre and retrace the footsteps of the conquistadors and Incan emperors.
THE SACRED VALLEY
OF THE INCAS
Stretching from the Andes mountains in the east to the Amazon Rainforest in the north, the Sacred Valley of the Incas is dotted with pristine Incan ruins, Quechua villages keeping alive ancient textile and farming traditions, and stunning landscapes perfect for adrenaline-filled adventures, from mountain biking to helicopter flights. At its head is Ollantaytambo, a living Inca town and home to a massive fortress, which is the gateway to-and-from Machu Picchu.
QUITO - THE SECOND CAPITAL
OF THE INCAN EMPIRE
Once the second capital of the Incan Empire, Quito has long abounded with historical highlights, as evidence by its designation as UNESCO World Heritage Centre (the first city to receive the honour). But the Ecuadorian capital also boasts new “fluro” in its modern developments; it’s a melting pot of Andean culture and a modern world pushing its way in.
ECUADOR'S AVENUE OF
Quito sits in the Andes Mountains, a volcanic range stretched across the South American continent. To the north and south you’ll discover volcanic peak upon volcanic peak, some dormant, some still smoking with geothermal power. Fly in a helicopter over the Andean mountain range and see snow-peaked mountain tops and volcanic spires everywhere you look. End your Journey of a Lifetime with one last image of South America’s natural majesty.