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The Wonders of South America

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From Brazil’s marvelous Rio de Janeiro and Iguazu to Argentina’s Buenos Aires, and Chile’s capital Santiago, delve into the vivacious cultures of South America. Learn how to craft the famous caipriniha cocktail. Indulge in a Brazilian-style Barbeque at one of Rio’s top “Churrascaria” restaurants. Ascend Corcovado by train to Christ the Redeemer, one of the new 7 Wonders of the World. Behold the power of the Iguazu Falls and explore Iguazu National Park. Spend three nights in fantastic Buenos Aires, the “Paris of South America.” Learn to dance the Tango and stroll the famed 9th of July Boulevard as you explore life in this vibrant city. And finally explore cosmopolitan Santiago de Chile, with a lively culture and strong Andean roots.

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