Goway Travel makes it Easier than Ever Before to Fly within South America

Goway Travel makes it Easier than Ever Before to Fly within South America

Goway Travel makes it Easier than Ever Before to Fly within South America

South America is big, and getting around often requires air travel. Luckily, it’s never been easier to get around South America by air and come up with new and exciting itinerary combinations. As the region grows, so too does the region’s air connectivity. As one of the largest sellers of air tickets in North America, Goway Travel has not only the air expertise to assist in complicated air itineraries, but the destination experts needed to help put those itineraries together for you.

An interesting combination to consider is pairing the Nazca lines with Machu Picchu by taking a flight from Paracas on the Peruvian Coast to the ancient Incan capital of Cusco starting June 2018. Previously, travellers had to return to Lima to connect between Paracas and Cusco. Now, Goway can create a Lima, Paracas (Nazca), and Cusco (Machu Picchu) combination without extra flights. You can also look at connecting Cusco and Machu Picchu with the world’s largest waterfalls, Iguassu. This flight departs three to five times a week. With the new quick and online visa application for Brazil travel, this combination is not only easy, but also a truly memorable one.

An exciting new internal Peru combination is going from Machu Picchu to the Peruvian Amazon. Previously, the most convenient option to see the Peruvian Amazon was to fly 40 minutes from Cusco, which allowed only lodge-based Amazon stays in the Puerto Maldonado region. Now, with a direct 90-minute flight from Cusco to Iquitos, starting June 2018, you can combine Machu Picchu with a 5 star cruise. Amazon cruises are only available in the country’s north. Choose from the Delfin fleet of vessels, I, II and III, or the Aria, to explore the remote and beautiful northern Peruvian Amazon.

Another new flight combination connects the countries of Chile and Peru. Chile and Peru both share a border, but few Globetrotters combine these two amazing countries in one vacation. Departing three days a week, you can now fly from Santiago, Chile—after a wine tasting, Atacama visit, or journey to Easter Island with the majestic and mysterious Moai—to Cusco and onto the famed Machu Picchu.

Speaking of Easter Island, did you know travellers can fly via Easter Island to Tahiti and onwards to New Zealand and/or Australia? Now you do! The Classic South Pacific & South America is the ultimate stopover option to and from Downunder and Goway has it all planned out and ready to go.

Goway is not only your one-stop-shop for all things Central & South America, but for all things airfare, from simple point-to-point flights to complicated itineraries. Expand your options for itinerary combinations and expand your options for flights with Goway Travel.


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You will visit the following 7 places:

Lima

Lima

Lima is the capital and largest city of Peru. It is located in the valleys of the Chillón, Rímac and Lurín rivers, in the central part of the country, on a desert coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Together with the seaport of Callao, it forms a contiguous urban area known as the Lima Metropolitan Area. With a population fast approaching 9 million, Lima is the fifth largest city in Latin America, behind Mexico City, São Paulo, Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. Lima is home to one of the largest financial hubs in Latin America. It has been defined as a beta world city by GaWC international rankings. It was founded by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro on January 18, 1535, as La Ciudad de los Reyes, or "The City of Kings."

Chile

Chile

Chile is a South American country occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. At the southern tip of Chile's mainland is Punta Arenas, the southernmost city in the world, and beyond that lies the Strait of Magellan and Tierra del Fuego, an island divided between Chile and Argentina.  Among the top tourist attractions in Chile are the world’s driest desert, spectacular scenery of glaciers and fjords, and the many volcanoes along the Pacific “ring of fire”. Some parts of the region have never received a drop of rain and the Desert is probably also the oldest desert on earth. Chile is today one of South America's most stable and prosperous nations. It leads Latin American nations in rankings of human development, competitiveness, income per capita, globalization, state of peace, economic freedom, and low perception of corruption.

Peru

Peru

Peru is an extremely biodiverse country in western South America. From exotic jungle to coastal desert via the breathtaking peaks of the Andes, the country has the second highest number of bird species in the world. The main attractions are their archaeological patrimony of pre-Columbian cultures and the hub of the Inca's empire, their gastronomy, their colonial architecture (it has imposing colonial constructions) and their natural resources (a paradise for ecological tourism). Peru’s staggering variety of places to visit means the potential for adventure is boundless!

Santiago

Santiago

Santiago, also known as Santiago de Chile, is the capital and largest city of Chile, and the center of its largest conurbation. It is located in the country's central valley, at an elevation of 520 m (1,706.04 ft) above mean sea level. Although Santiago is the capital, legislative bodies meet in the coastal town of Valparaíso, a one-hour drive to its west. Chile's steady economic growth has transformed Santiago into one of Latin America's most modern metropolitan areas, with extensive suburban development, dozens of shopping centers, and impressive high-rise architecture. 

Easter Island

Easter Island

Machupicchu

Machupicchu

Cusco

Cusco

Cusco, often spelled Cuzco, is a city in southeastern Peru, near the Urubamba Valley of the Andes mountain range. It is the capital of the Cusco Region as well as the Cusco Province. In 2013, the city had a population of 435,114. Located on the eastern end of the Knot of Cuzco, its elevation is around 3,400 m (11,200 ft). The site was the historic capital of the Inca Empire from the 13th until the 16th-century Spanish conquest. In 1983 Cusco was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It has become a major tourist destination, hosting nearly 2 million visitors a year. The Constitution of Peru designates it as the Historical Capital of Peru.

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