22-nights Cuba & South America by Private Jet - Private Jet Journeys

Abercrombie & Kent

Designed by Geoffrey Kent, Cuba & South America by Private Jet combines the greatest destinations in South America in a single, comprehensive journey, beginning in Cuba, where Geoffrey joins you on a fascinating people-to-people program. You then proceed to experience this rich continent in depth, visiting Colombia, Peru, Easter Island and Chile, Argentina and Brazil in hallmark A&K luxury.

Vacation Inclusions
  • Accommodations per itinerary
  • Private jet flights using a Boeing 757-200ER aircraft with 50 first-class, VIP-style seats; Additionally, local charter flights used for transportation and excursions
  • Meals: All meals beginning with dinner in Miami on September 6 and ending with lunch on board the private jet on September 28
  • Beverages: Bottled water at all meals and on excursions. Local beer and wine at all lunches and dinners where available. Full bar service on private jet flights
  • Private transfer on arrival in Miami, regardless of day of arrival
  • Services of professional A&K Tour Director, Tour Managers and Luggage Manager throughout the itinerary; local guides are provided as appropriate
  • Entrance fees during all sightseeing tours
  • Internet access will be limited in some destinations; where available, complimentary Internet access is included
  • A&K's Travelling Bell Boy Service is provided (restrictions apply)
  • A&K's Traveller's Valet includes laundry service for ten (10) pieces (dry cleaning is not included)
  • Hotel and airport taxes
  • All gratuities, including those for your professional A&K Tour Director/Managers and Luggage Manager

Vacation Highlights:
  • Come aboard A&K's exclusively chartered Boeing 757-200ER jet and stretch out on a first-class seat that extends into a fully lie-flat bed
  • Explore Cuba on a licensed people-to-people exchange program, accompanied by A&K founder Geoffrey Kent and filled with meaningful interactions with the Cuban people
  • Immerse yourself in a Colombian street market displayed exclusively for you
  • Travel to Machu Picchu in style in a private luxury train car, arriving to explore the site with a local expert
  • Walk Easter Island's "way of the moai" and see its iconic stone statues up-close
  • Visit a working estancia in Patagonia and see gauchos at work
  • Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Colón Opera House in Buenos Aires
  • Gaze on Iguazu Falls on the Brazilian side, continuing to the Pantanal to spot the elusive jaguar
  • End your journey in Rio de Janeiro with a spectacular private Carnival show

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Miami Destination Guide


Havana Destination Guide

Cartagena (Colombia)

Cartagena (Colombia) Destination Guide


Cuzco Destination Guide

Easter Island

Easter Island Destination Guide

Patagonia, Chile

Patagonia, Chile Destination Guide

Buenos Aires

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Pantanal Destination Guide

Rio de Janeiro

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Vacation Details

Prices Start At: Please call for rates
Nights: 22
Air City: Featured offer is land only. Call us for low airfares from your city!
Vacation Rating: Luxury
Remarks: All prices are per person, based on double occupancy, unless otherwise stated and are subject to availability and change without notice. All prices are quoted in U.S. Dollars. Prices listed for each offer may pertain to specific departure dates. Single supplement applies. Other restrictions, blackout dates and holiday surcharges may apply. Limited to 50 guests. Minimum age: 15 years. Terms and conditions apply.

Please note that the Cuba portion of this journey encompasses a special, people-to-people program which will be different from other programs on which you may have previously participated and from other destinations visited on this journey. Abercrombie & Kent USA, LLC operates the people-to-people program to Cuba under a general license issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control and, as dictated by U.S. law, all participants are required to adhere to a full-time schedule of activities designed to inform, educate and promote meaningful interaction with the people of Cuba. Deviation from this itinerary, even in part, is not permitted. Per the general license requirements, this is a full-time program with many inclusions and there will be little to no free time on most days of the program.

Specific itinerary inclusions (visits, meetings with individuals and organizations, home visits) are dependent on outside factors and host availability; therefore, it may sometimes be necessary to substitute with alternatives of equal relevance and interest. Things work differently in Cuba, and activities that had been scheduled far in advance may sometimes become unavailable for a number of reasons. Therefore, flexibility is key and it is very important to go into this experience with an open mind. Your local guide will be adept at swapping activities for others when and if needed, but do not be disappointed if something in your program changes - it is likely to happen. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit a country that has been inaccessible to Americans for a long time, so you are encouraged to make the most of it and enjoy every moment.

The people-to-people program in Havana will put you in direct contact with Cuban citizens, and provide structured activities to facilitate your discussions. Your experienced guide will facilitate many of these interactions, but it is a good idea to ask questions to get the most out of the experience. While the people you meet may not speak English, you will be surprised at how much you can share through body language and with the help of a good translator.

As part of your obligations as an authorized traveller under the general license, you are obligated to comply with certain requirements, including maintaining a record of your activities and expenses for five years. We encourage you to keep a travel journal. In addition, there are limits on what you can bring to Cuba and what you can bring back from Cuba that are explained in more detail in your Destination Information.

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