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Explore South America with Scott McGregor's Railway Adventures

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NEXT STOP SOUTH AMERICA: The Perurail Titicaca train in La Raya.

NEXT STOP SOUTH AMERICA: The Perurail Titicaca train in La Raya.

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Explore Argentina, Bolivia and Peru with Scott McGregor's Railway Adventures.

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FROM fine wine to geological wonders, Scott McGregor's Railway Adventures will offer a stunning South American sojourn in September.

The rail enthusiast's popular tour group will offer a stunning 21-day journey from Buenos Aires to Lima from September 6-26, with 20 nights of accommodation in comfortable, centrally located hotels.

Guests will travel from the famous Argentinian city through Bolivia before finishing in Peru.

Rail enthusiasts will delight in travelling on the Wara Wara Express train across southern Bolivia and on the Perurail Titicaca train from Puno to Cusco.

Tour highlights include a visit to the famous wine region of Cafayate and a chance to explore Purmamarca and Quebrada de Humahuaca in northern Argentina.

The tour will also feature a journey through the incredible landscape of the Uyuni Salt Flats to La Paz in Bolivia.

In Peru, the group will cruise Lake Titicaca - the highest navigable lake in the world - see the Imperial City of Cusco and surrounding Inca ruins and the UNESCO World Heritage-Listed site of Machu Picchu.

As well as visiting many of South America's must see sites, travellers will also explore some of the continent's hidden gems and "off-the-beaten-track" tourist destinations.

Guide for the journey is rail enthusiast Peter Lauffer, a Swiss resident who has lived in Ecuador for almost 15 years.

The package includes daily breakfasts, lunches and dinners, chartered coaches and comprehensive sightseeing with English speaking guides.

Internal flights from Buenos Aires-Tucuman, Uyuni-La Paz and Cusco-Lima and entry fees to all attractions are included.

The cost is $10,750 per person (twin share), with a single supplement of $1585.

To read the tour brochure, click here.

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