Guyana is one of South America’s least visited, yet often most rewarding destinations.
GLENDALE, Calif. (PRWEB)
June 14, 2019
Goway is offering discounts on two of its wildest South America adventures, inviting its globetrotters to save on that dream trip to the wilderness of Patagonia, or little-known Guyana.
The trails, fjords, and peaks of Patagonia are an active traveller’s dream trip, with valleys cut deep by immense glaciers that have shaped one of the most rugged and beautiful landscapes on Earth. Goway’s 10-day Best of Patagonia begins in Santiago with a city tour to acquaint travellers with Chile, before flying to the southern tip of the country to explore Torres del Paine National Park. Travellers then go on to Perito Moreno to see its famous namesake glacier before flying to Buenos Aires for a city tour, capped off with a dinner and tango show. Travellers who book by June 20 for departures between September 2019 and April 25, 2020 will save US $450 per couple on their booking.
From soaring mountains to dense jungles, Guyana is one of South America’s least visited, yet often most rewarding destinations. Goway’s 9-day Jaguars, Otters & Jungles is the ultimate Guyana round trip from Georgetown. Travellers enter the beautiful Iwokrama Rainforest in search of river otters, black caiman, different varieties of monkey, and the ever elusive jaguar. They’ll also visit local communities and learn more about how native people have thrived in this region for so long. Travellers who book by June 27, 2019 will save US $435 on their departure.
Since 1970, Goway has been providing unforgettable travel experiences to Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Central & South America, Idyllic Island destinations and Europe. Today Goway is recognized as one of North America’s leading travel companies for individuals, families and groups to select exotic destinations around the globe. Goway has offices in Toronto, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Manila, and Sydney, Australia.
For reservations and information, visit http://www.goway.com, or call 1-800-387-8850.
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Published at Fri, 14 Jun 2019 00:00:00 +0000