Üzemeltető: Analit Utazási Iroda
7121 Szálka, Kossuth u 27.
7100 Szekszárd, Tinódi u. 9.
Adószám: 10633845-2-17

E-mail: info@analit.hu

Nyitvatartás példa: Hétfő-Péntek-ig: 09.00-17.00


Day 1 Arrival to Buenos Aires: Half Day City Tour in Buenos Aires (-)
Upon arrival, our collaborators offer a welcoming reception and will transfer you to the hotel. A documentation kit, detailed program explanation plus luggage and hotel registration assistance is offered.
In the afternoon, get acquainted with Buenos Aires during this tour highlighting the city’s major neighborhoods and attractions. Among the points of interest you will see the Main Square Plaza de Mayo surrounded by the Casa Rosada (Presidential Headquarters Office), the Cabildo (Colonial Town Hall) and the Cathedral. You will also drive through the charming streets of San Telmo and down the colorful roads of La Boca, famous for its multicolor tin houses. Later, drive through elegant Barrio Norte on your way to the Recoleta Cemetery, an amazing aboveground cemetery lined with mausoleums and statues. Finally, visit Palermo and its magnificent mansions and parks. 

Overnight in Buenos Aires

Day 2 Buenos Aires: Full Day Gaucho Party at Santa Susana Free Day (B/L)
This is a visit to a typical "estancia" of the Argentine wet pampas, one of the most fertile natural prairies of the world and famous for its meat and cereal production. The guest will be received with "empanadas", "asado", good Argentine wines, and will be able to enjoy folkloric songs, dances and show of Creole. Enjoy the flavour of our “pampas” at a touristy ranch located 110 km away from down-town Buenos Aires. You will be welcomed with meat pies (typical “empanadas”), a glass of wine or juices by the owners and served an argentine B.B.Q. After lunch, a folkloric Gaucho’s Show will be performed and you will have the possibility of appreciating the typical “Ring Race” (Carrera de Sortijas) or ride on horseback. 

Overnight in Buenos Aires

Day 3 Buenos Aires (B)
Day at leisure

Overnight in Buenos Aires

Day 4 Arrival to Lima: City Tour (B)
At scheduled time transfer to the airport to take your flight to Lima. Upon arrival, meet and transfer to your hotel.
You will drive to the Plaza Mayor, where you will appreciate the Government Palace, the Cathedral, the Archbishop's Palace and the City Hall. Then, you will visit the XVII century church and cloister of San Francisco, a world cultural heritage. The tour continues to the modern residential suburb of San Isidro where a visit to the pre-inca pyramid of Huaca Huallamarca is included before continuing to downtown Miraflores, with it's Park of Love to enjoy a splendid view of the Pacific Ocean.

Overnight in Lima

Day 5 Cusco: City Tour & nearby ruins (B)
At scheduled time transfer to the airport to take your flight to Cusco.
Upon arrival, meet and transfer to your hotel.
The tour will show you the amazing colonial city built on the foundations of the Inca palaces. You will visit the Koricancha or Temple of the Sun, where you can appreciate the incredible masonry of the Incas, the Plaza de Armas and the Cathedral with its carved woodworks, altars and paintings. Then you will be driven to the Inca fortress of Sacsahuamán, to the underground cave and temple of Kenko and to Tambomachay, known as the Baths of the Inca.

Overnight in Cusco

Day 6 Sacred Valley: Full day Pisac Market & Ollanta (B/L) 
You will be driven through a scenic landscape to the Urubamba Valley, the "Sacred Valley of the Incas". Arriving at the town of Pisac, an hour drive from Cuzco, you will visit the colorful Pisac Market, where the local indians meet to sell their merchandise as they have done it for centuries. There is also a handicraft market. The tour continues to the town of Ollantaytambo from where you will climb up to its imposing Inca fortress at the top of the mountain. Lunch will be provided at local restaurant.
Overnight in Sacred Valley

Day 7 Machu Picchu (B/L)
Transfer to the train station. 
You will arrive to the Aguas Calientes Station in Machu-Picchu where you will be transported by bus to the top of the mountain and citadel of Machu-Picchu, one of the most renowned examples of Inca architecture, surrounded by lush cloud forest. Lost in history, it was not discovered until 1911 by the American explorer Hiram Bingham. After a guided visit of the ruins, you will have a self-service lunch at local restaurant. Return to Cusco by Vistadome train & car. 
Overnight in Cusco

Day 8 Cusco/ Lima (B/D)
At the scheduled time, transfer to the airport to take your flight to Lima. Upon arrival, reception by our representatives and transfer to your hotel. Dinner at Rosa Naútica restaurant.

Overnight in Lima

Day 9 Lima (B)
You will be picked up at your hotel in Lima, drive south along the Pacific Coast to your hotel in Ica. Along this way, you will pass through the different types of desert and oasis, landscapes while your guide will introduce you to the new Peru coastal population as well as to the various vestiges of ancient civilizations.

BALLESTAS ISLANDS (Shared boat & private guide)
Starting from the Paracas Hotel pier in the Pisco area, this 2 hour boat ride will lead you to visit the Ballestas Islands situated off the coast of the Paracas Reserve, Peru's largest coastal wildlife sanctuary. These two beautiful islands are home to thousands of resident migratory sea birds. These include pelicans, boobies, cormorants, gulls among others, who share their habitat with colonies of sea lions. On the way you will also see one of the mysteriously drawing etched on the desert face, the Candlestick.


Overnight at selected hotel in Lima

Day 10 Lima/Santiago (B)
At the scheduled time, transfer to the airport to take your flight to Santiago.
Meet and greet at Santiago airport and transfer to hotel
Panoramic city tour 
Views of a moving city - From the history of the colonial neighborhoods to the modernity of the new financial center also known as “Sanhattan”, be part of this trip through the different sceneries that characterize this Southamerican Metropolis. We will begin by the city's old residential area, passing by beautiful residences that today are part of the Barrio Universitario (university area). Our trip continues to the historical and finantial City Center where the La Moneda government palace, the Main Square and its buildings are the main highlights. Then we will continue to the green Parque Forestal, where we can admire the stunning building that house the Fine Arts museum. Visit of Cerro San Cristóbal where we have an unique view of the city. We will end the tour visiting the bohemian Bellavista neighborhood. 

Overnight in Santiago

Day 11 Santiago (B)
Breakfast at hotel
Valparaiso and Viña del Mar without lunch (9 hours)
We will depart to the coast by Route 68, which connects Santiago with the port of Valparaíso in only 1,5 hours. First, we cross the Curacavi valley, with its fruit trees plantations, vineyards, little fruit markets and restaurants. Then, the Casablanca valley, a wine making area, growing in fame, shows a green landscape that captivates visitors; here you will visit Veramonte Winery.
Then after this we will reach the magical port of Valparaiso dubbed a World Heritage site by UNESCO. We admire Valparaíso from the hills. Through walkways and terraces we will be witnesses, of the wonderful natural amphitheater that frames the bay, to the history of this port-city. Strolll through narrow alleys that meander through the hills, revealing in every corner, images that deserve worthy of a picture. We also have the oportunity to experience the old funiculars that made this picturesque city famous. After visiting typical Valparaiso we head to Viña del Mar city and visit its beaches and main attractions. 
Program includes: Private transportation from Santiago, bilingual tour guide, entrance fees and lunch. Not included: drinks ant tips at the restaurant Return to Santiago.

Overnight in Santiago

Day 12 Santiago/ San Pedro de Atacama (B)
Breakfast at hotel
Transfer from hotel to Santiago airport.

Transfer from Calama airport to hotel in San Pedro de Atacama
Overnight in San Pedro de Atacama

Day 13 San Pedro de Atacama (B)
Breakfast at hotel
Transfer from hotel in San Pedro to Calama airport. Arrival in Santiago and transfer to your hotel.

Overnight in Santiago

Day 14 Santiago (B)
Breakfast at hotel
Day at leisure 

Overnight in Santiago

Day 15 Santiago / Easter Island (B) 
Breakfast at hotel
Ahu Akivi and Its 7 Moai (3,5 hours)
15:00 This half day tour takes you to the restored Ahu Akivi with its 7 Moais, built in the middle of the island. From here you proceed to the Ana Te Pahu Cave, one of the biggest lava tubes of the island before you visit Ahu Tepeu (not restored) and afterwards the topknot-quarry Puna Pau. Return to the hotel at 18:30.

Overnight at Easter Island

Day 16 Easter Island (B) 
Anakena and the Lost Culture of Rapa Nui (7,5 hours)
9:30 This unique tour first takes you to the south coast in order to visit representative examples of the not restored platforms, Ahus Vaihu and Akahanga. Then we proceed to Rano Raraku, the quarry of almost 900 stone statues, 397 of them still lying or standing at the slopes of the extinct volcano with a crater lake. After this stop we visit Ahu Tongariki (restored with 15 Moais) which is the most recent and biggest restoration on the island. Next we drive to the east coast and visit Ahu Te Pito Kura and the “Navel of the World”. Last but not least we visit the beach of Anakena with its recovered Ahus Nau Nau and Ature Huke. There you will have the opportunity to enjoy the warm Pacific Ocean. Return to the hotel at 17:00. 

At the scheduled time, transfer to the airport to take your flight.

Flight to Pappete.
After arrival, Lei great transfer to the Manava Suite Resort Hotel, (garden suite studio), overnight.

Day 17. Bora-Bora 
VT 405  Y   TH23SEP  PPTBOB 0815 0905   
Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to the airport.
After arrival to Bora-Bora, transfer to the Pearl Beach Resort Hotel, accommodation Beach Suite with Jacuzzi.
Service: all inclusive

Day 18./7 nts Bora-Bora Pearl Beach Resort, Beach Suite with Jacuzzi, all inclusive (includes Full Board (AP), and the following drinks during Lunch and Dinner:  1 bottle of water  +  1 soda or 1 beer or 1/2 bottle of wine  + coffee or tea) 

Day 25. Flight to Budapest 
VT 474  Y   TH30SEP  BOBPPT 1025 1115  
After arrival, transfer to the Manava Suite Resort Hotel, (garden suite studio), overnight. Service: all inc.

Selected Hotels in Peru-Argentina-Chile-Atamaca-Eatern Island       
City    4 Star Hotel    Web Page       
Buenos Aires    Americas Towers Hotel    www.grupoamericas.com.ar       
Lima                   Thunderbird Principal Hotel    www.thunderbirdresorts.com       
Cusco                 Novotel    www.novotelcusco.com.pe       
Sacred Valley    Aranwa    www.aranwahotels.com       
Santiago            Atton El Bosque Hotel     www.atton.cl       
Eastern Island  Iorana Hotel    www.ioranahotel.cl     

Nazca Lines Overflight from Ica    : US$ 242 PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

-Free Transfer from hotel or bus station to the private Airport Las Dunas aprove by the DGAC and and vice-versa, according to the Travel Agency or passenger requirement.

-Overflights from 07:00 to 16:30  (depending on weather conditions and/or air traffic).During the flight  you will observe the natural oasis of Huacachina, including the Dunas of  Ica desert, Valley of Ocucaje, Palpa, Ingenio and Ceremonial Center of Cahuachi ( in an Overflight of approximately 1:20 hours since the departure from Ica City)

-Visit the aerophotografic exposition of the Nazca and Palpa lines, including   the Ceramic of the Nazca and Paracas Culture and the Exposition of the Informative video where a specialized tourist guide will provide detailed information about the mysteries of the Nazca Lines.

-Certificate of the Nazca Lines Overflight Sourvenir

-Free Use of the pool at Hotel Villa del Condor, International Restaurant, Internet connection, Souvenirs shopping, camp ground and parking lots for private buses and others.

§    Hotel accommodation quoted in standard room unless specified otherwise
§    All routes are subject to change without notice due to unexpected circumstances or weather conditions.
§    In case of hotel no-show an additional 19% VAT applies
§    Cathedral of Cusco is closed Thursday and Sunday in the morning.
§    For passengers travelling from Peru or Bolivia to Brazil and Venezuela the yellow fever vaccination is compulsory. Condor Travel is not responsible for any vaccination regulations.
§    Rates do not apply during special events or during the Inti Raymi Feast in Cusco. Dates near June 24th.
§    28 & 29 Jul are National holidays due Independence Day in Peru

§    Accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary
§    Services have been quoted in private basis with local English or Spanish speaking guides in each city.
§    Daily breakfast in the restaurant of the hotel
§    Tips are included at airports and hotels (porterage) 
§    Entrance fees
§    Bilingual local English speaking guide

§    Other services not mentioned in the itinerary
§    Extras
§    Early check-in or Late check-out
§    Tips 
§    Lima-Cuzco-Lima flight ticket 99.900 Ft/person including tax
§    Airport taxes are subject to change:
Domestic Flights:     US$ 5.85 per passenger
International Flights:     US$ 31.00 per passenger
Over flight Nazca Lines: US$ 8.00 per passenger

Regular program rates DO NOT INCLUDE
·    Laundry, phone calls or massages, extras

Duration     9 hours
Difficulty    Hig
Our van takes an hour and a half ride to where this famous trail starts. The hike begins going up hill until we enter the Valle Asencio, where, after a short break, we continue to the second part of the trail where we walk through a native Nothofagus forest. The last part of the trail takes us to a walk up a steep moraine that ends up in the spectacular base of the towers. 

Duration     6 hours
Difficulty    Medium

Our van takes us to the Estancia Lazo, an excellent example of a typical Patagonian ranch, where we star our hike towards the Paine River. Going through the edge of beautiful Laguna Verde we continue the trail towards the Mirador Toro, a spectacular lookout point where we have a stunning view of the Toro Lake and the Patagonian mountain range. Our hike ends downhill where the River Paine and the Toro Lake converges showing an amazing mixture of blue and green colors. 

Duration     6 hours
Difficulty    Medium
This hike starts where the Lago Toro converges with the Laguna Maravilla. Going through a typical puesto Gaucho we start our hike with a great view of the Laguna Maravilla and the Salto Maravilla. In the second part of the trail, always with the Paine Massive in front of us, we walk bordering Bahia Maitenes, where we can observe the different species of flora present in Patagonia. This hike ends up walking through the edge of the Lago Porteño ending up in Patagonia Camp. 

Duration     2 ½  hours
Difficulty    Medium
We take the van to the Torres del Paine National Park towards the Lago Pehoe. This hike starts in the edge of the lake where the trail goes uphill towards the famous Mirador Condor. Al through the hike we can observe different species of flora present in the park and if we are lucky we can see the elegant soaring of the Andean Condor. Once in the top of the lookout point we can observe the magnificence of the Paine Massive and the amazing contrast with the turquoise color of the Lago Pehoe. 
Duration     2 ½  hours
Difficulty    Medium
This hike starts in a trail that leads to the interesting shores of the Lago Sarmiento. Once we get to the lake we can observe the calcium carbonate formations all along the shoreline making the Lago Sarmiento unique in the park.  This is a nice hike where we can observe a few of the different species of birds present in the park. If we are lucky enough on the way back to the van we can walk through a herd of Guanacos. 

Duration     2   hours
Difficulty    Easy
This excursion leads us to one of Torres del Paine National Park main attraction the Lago Grey beach and Grey Glacier. First we arrive at Lago Grey area, where after crossing a hanging bridge over the Pingo River we will get into a dark Patagonian forest. We will arrive then at the Lago Grey beach and view the electric blue icebergs that have broken off of Glacier Grey. From here we can see the Grey Glacier in the distance, an enormous, 6km-wide wall of ice.

Duration    2 ½  hours
Difficulty    Easy
The excursion take us to the Salto Grande a beautiful waterfall that demonstrates all the power and magic of the Chilean Patagonia. After a short trek we will arrive to the Mirador Cuernos, a spectacular lookout point with up-close and direct views of the Paine Massif.

Duration    3 hours
Difficulty    Medium/High
After a 20 minute van ride that takes us to the Estancia Complejo Torres del Paine we start a hike uphill towards the Mirador El Estribo. At the top of this lookout point you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Lago Porteño, a beautiful lake that colors go from deep blue to turquoise. With a little bit of luck small herds of Guanacos can be spotted.  

Duration    3 hours
Difficulty    Medium
After a short van ride towards the Estancia Complejo Torres del 
Paine we start walking up to a lookout point of the Cerro Tenerife.    
At this beautiful point we can enjoy the impressive views of thecolorful Lago Porteño, 
the majestic Cerro Castillo and the emblematic Torres del Paine Massif. 

Duration    3 hours
Difficulty    Easy
After an hour van ride, we will star this trekking to Laguna Azul, where we will take part in an enjoyable trek along the northern shore of this beautiful lake. From this vantage point we can enjoy spectacular and direct views of the Towers, granite formations that gives the name to this spectacular National Park. This excursion is ideal for enjoying the park’s native forests and regional fauna.

Condor Travel S.A. and/or any of its agents will not claim any responsibility for injury, damage, loss, additional expenses, accidental delay or other irregularities which may be caused either through willful or negligent acts or omissions on the part of companies or individuals providing or engaged in transportation, accommodations or other services related to the execution of the tour, or through natural calamities and other factors beyond its control. Prices are subject to adjustment in the event of any change, without notice. Condor Travel S.A. reserves the right to change any tour if considered necessary in order to render better service to its clients.

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Optional tours in Atamaca:

Daybreak up in the El Tatio Geysers (7 hours)
5:00 Early morning departure for an excursion to El Tatio Geysers, a geothermal field flanked by soaring Andean peaks. At just under 14,000', this is one of the higher geyser fields in the world. At dawn, powerful spurts of steam erupt out of the ground through various blowholes, and the vision of the steaming geysers against the deep blue desert sky may be one of your most enduring memories of your visit here. Short hikes through the geothermal field. Full-day tour. Return to your hotel at 12:00.

Shapes of the Dawn, Valle de la Luna (3 hours)
16:00 Visit a place with beautiful shapes and colors located at 8km from San Pedro de Atacama, where we can walk and enjoy a great geological spectacle that has been repeatedly compared with the surface of the moon, with its angular geology and rocks sculpted by millenniums of erosion. Visit the salt caverns before climbing the mayor sand dune where we can marvel at the kaleidoscope of colors that appear over the Andes at sunset. Return to your hotel at 19:00.

El Tatio Geysers & Puritama Hot Springs (8 hours)
We leave the hotel at 05.00 am to arrive at 08.00 am. To see the Tatio Geysers at 4.320 m.a.s.l. The geysers are located 90 km Northwest of San Pedro. They are shaped by a series of fumaroles that erupt water and steam of volcanic origin. We will see this spectacle at dawn in its entire splendor. After Tatio, we visit the old village of Caspana and its church. Caspana lies in a fertile valley in a deep gorge. Caspana has a large cultivated area of approximately 46 ha. in terraced style (Inca style) and extensive fields of flowers and vegetables in the riverbeds. All this makes Caspana a mystical Andean village. After visiting the “El Tatio Geysers”, we will visit the Puritama hot springs, a native name meaning "hot water". The place is located in the middle of the desert, a little more than 30 kilometers north of San Pedro de Atacama, 3.475 meters above sea level.  For the past years they have been managed by the Counsel of Pueblos Atacameños who take care of maintaining the installations and facilities. These springs were known for centuries by the locals, but only some years ago were opened to the public and tourism, which is why they still they preserve their purity and original charm. Surrounded by desert, the Baños de Puritama possess modern installations and adequate comfort for those who want to enjoy nature and the imposing desert landscape. The waters are tepid, refreshing and revitalizing. They flow from the subterranean nappe to a temperature close to the 33ºC.  The waters of the Baños de Puritama are sulphurous and said to alleviate rheumatic illnesses, exhaustion and the stress. The zone that surrounds the Baños de Puritama is famous around the world for its archaeological deposits, especially San Pedro of Atacama. Return to your hotel at 13:00. 

Toconao & Atacama Saltflat (4 hours)
16:00 We will visit the Toconao town located at 2,475 meters of altitude. It is an oasis, in where people cultivate all types of fruit. In front of its square are the Church and Bell tower of San Lucas, declared a National Monument. It occupies an extension of 100 kilometers in length by 80 of wide. The salt is product of the underground water outcrop that, saturated of salts, evaporates leaving scabs rich in salt and minerals. The rivers fed by Andean snows traverse the area allowing the creation of multiple oasis’s. This is the place where the “Atacameño” culture was developed. The air is extraordinarily dry here, which gives it a perfect transparency. The salt scab has been opened to leave space to small lagoons that are favorite habitat of aquatic birds, particularly Flamingoes, Taguas and Guallatas. The most important is the Chaxa lagoon. The Atacama saltlake is located in the center of the most barren desert of the world. Salt fields and salt lakes are abundant in this place. It is well-known for its strong winds due to its proximity with the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountains. We will continue our tour by the great Atacama saltflat, which has a surface of 12,000 km2 and of immense beauty. We will have the opportunity to admire the great variety of flamingoes and migratory birds that have found in the enormous salt their natural habitat; these birds provide a very peculiar atmosphere to the sector. Here we will be able to find a great amount of salt similar to ocean salt; this phenomenon has allowed diverse animals like reptiles, insects and birds live here. At the end of this trip we will admire a spectacular sunset, enjoying the silence and the peace of the salt before returning to the hotel at 20:00.

Archaelogical Tour Quitor & Tulor (4 hours)
9:00 or 14:00 Departure to the Pukara de Quitor, a 12th Century (pre-Inca) fortress. Quitor is strategically located and was easily defended on all sides, until the Spanish arrival with the advantage of horses. Crossing the “Ayllos” or community farm areas, we arrive at Tulor, the site of the earliest known settlement in the area known as the “Aldea de Tulor”. This settlement is more than 3,000 years old and consists of circular dwellings interconnected by common passages and patios. Only part of the settlement is visible, the rest has being covered by the constantly moving desert sands. Return to your hotel approximately at 13:00 or 18:00.

The Sejar Lagoon, Turquoise Waters in Atacama (3 hours)
9:00 or 14:00 Visit the Sejar Lagoon, a natural environment of amazing beauty. The lagoon has turquoise waters surrounded by salt crystals of different shapes. Their geomorphologic constitution is unique in the Atacama Salt Flat. This is a habitat of the pink flamingo. Return to your hotel at 12:00 or 17:00.

•    Rates are quoted in US Dollar per person
•    Rates are subject to change without prior notice and will be confirmed at reservation time
•    Hotel accommodation quoted in standard room unless specified otherwise
•    All routes are subject to change without notice due to unexpected circumstances or weather conditions.
•    On confirmation of services we will send you a confirmation advice and pro-forma invoice
•    In case of hotel no-show an additional 19% VAT applies
•    Check-in time from 15:00hrs onwards / Check-out time until 12:00hrs
•    Breakfast at the hotel from 07:00-10:00hrs
•    Please check at the Chilean migration office if a Visa, reciprocity fees or departure taxes apply
•    The quote is valid for 1 month

•    Accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary
•    Daily breakfast in the restaurant of the hotel
•    Private transfers and excursions as mentioned in the itinerary unless specified otherwise
•    Tips are included at airports and hotels (porterage) 
•    Entrance fees
•    Bilingual local English speaking guide

Not included:
•    Air fares and airport taxes are not included
•    Other services not mentioned in the itinerary
•    Extras
•    Early check-in or Late check-out
•    Tips