Corporate Tours

With our own operations on the ground and working with some of the most reputable ground handlers in Latin America, we have the corporate traveller covered. Whether you’re organising a meeting, incentive, conference, event or even point-to-point with the very best accommodation and connections, we can help.
 
Attention to detail is imperative with any travel arrangement. However, when it comes to dealing with the corporate travel client attention needs to go beyond detail. From the very beginning our team will work closely with your company, understanding your business needs inside out before we even talk to our Latin American or Antarctic counterparts. Then, using our intimate knowledge of the destinations, we will help you design the very best program to achieve the company’s objectives.
 
Corporate travel to South and Central America and even Antarctica is growing each year. With some of the world’s best golf courses in Argentina, corporate team building treks in Peru, world class conference centres in Brazil and the ultimate achievement incentive of a trip to Antarctica, business has never been so interesting.
 
See below our suggested itineraries designed by our specialist team. Choose one of these or alter to design your own journey.
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Featured Corporate Trips & Deals

LUXURY TOUR  From 2,685

This 5-day luxury experience takes you to the highlights of Cusco. Explore the historic towns, marvelous Machu Picchu & the ancient Sacred Valley.

Corporate Tours

5 NIGHTS From 2,199

Trek the same ground as the Incas over the Peruvian Andes, through cloud forest, ending at Machu Picchu on the famous Inca Trail hike.

4 NIGHTS From 1,755

We've squeezed the highlights of Cusco into a 5 day trip: the historic city of Cusco, the Sacred Valley and, of course, Machu Picchu.

3 NIGHTS From 925

Explore the maze of colonial streets, Baroque, Colonial buildings, ancient monuments and modern development on the stunning Pacific coastline.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I need to travel to South America for a conference, are you able to organise everything for me Flights, accommodation, transfers etc. ?

Yes we can make all of your travel arrangements including flights, accommodation and transfers. 

I need to travel to South America for a business trip, can you suggest some places to visit after for leisure?

This will depend on where your business trip is held and how much additional time you have available. If visiting Santiago for business, you may like to add on a wine tour of the Casablanca and Maipo Valleys for a few days. From Buenos Aires you could head to Uruguay or spend a couple of days at a ranch or maybe even fly to El Calafate to discover the Patagonian Ice Fields (depending on the time of year). From Quito or Guayaquil it would be easy to add on a Galapagos cruise. Highlights such as Cusco, Machu Picchu and the Amazon could be organised after a business event in Lima. From Rio you could add on a few days at the beautiful town of Paraty or maybe fly to the Iguazu Falls.   

I have a week to spare ?

We can certainly organise a week’s holiday for you before or after your business trip. Options will depend on where your business trip is based and how much additional flying you wish to include, and of course your interests. You may like to add on an action-packed itinerary to see as many highlights as possible or maybe you prefer to chill out at a beach resort or on a Galapagos cruise. The options are endless.

What types of corporate events can you suggest?

Corporate events range from conferences held in world-class conference centres to golfing trips, wine-tasting tours, team building treks such as the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu through to achievement incentive trips that could be anything from a resort stay in Costa Rica or Mexico’s Cancun to the ultimate reward of an Antarctic cruise.