By: Lucy Fernandez, Vice-President
In my life, I have been privileged to be able to travel to many places wonderful and experience, if only for a few days at a time, a sampling of the different environments and cultures that make our world so fascinating. In November, my sister and I completed the Patagonian Grand Adventure with Trafalgar. The landscapes in which we traveled on this adventure have now moved a “want to see” destination to the top of a very short list of favorite places I have been fortunate enough to see. Traveling with my sister, we began our adventure in the starting point for many deep southern adventures: Santiago, Chile.
Adult travelers know how they prefer to see the world. They want to spend a little longer in intriguing destinations, focus on the history, culture and locals of the city, and require an emphasis on comfort and stress free planning.
By: George Pitiranggon, Director of Marketing & Web Strategies
Photo Credits: George Pitiranggon
For my first time visiting South America, I knew the best way to do it would be with an escorted tour. Between the hysteria by the media about an exaggerated public health advisory, the language barrier, and sheer amount of things to do and see, I would probably still be planning this vacation if I were doing it on my own. Not to mention how much more I would be spending to stay in comparable hotels and transportation. Because Trafalgar is one of our premier partners and because they have a rating of over 95% guest satisfaction, it was easy to pick their 16-day South America Revealed itinerary.