On your 14-day journey, including two nights in Buenos Aires, glide amid turquoise glaciers, flourishing penguin rookeries and breaching whales. Venture on to shore by Zodiac watercraft, accompanied by a team of expert naturalists. Explore the volcanic topography and visit outposts of intrepid explorers while discovering the secrets of the White Continent.
Tap into your sense of adventure and take the journey of a lifetime to Peru and the Amazon rainforest. Explore Incan history at Cusco, Sacsayhuaman and the Sacred Valley, and take a train ride into a cloud forest to the breathtaking sight of Machu Picchu. From the Delfin III cruise ship in the Amazon rainforest, enjoy wildlife-watching excursions and take hikes in the jungle.
“I traveled to Iceland last year and was in awe of this astonishing land. Each day brought powerful waterfalls, bubbling mud holes and abundant bird life. I can't wait to go back one day to explore more of this beautiful island — one visit is not enough.”
Travelers: Gary '72 and Camille Sindell Number of Trips with UCLA Alumni Travel: 3 First Trip:Costa Rica's Natural Heritage (2014) Most Recent Trip:New Zealand (2019) Favorite Memory: “One of the most memorable times, of so many, was our visit to the American Cemetery and Omaha Beach last year on our UCLA trip to Normandy, France. It was a gray, cool day, which was perfect weather to visit such a solemn place. Seeing the rows after rows of graves of brave, young American soldiers and Marines was tragic and awe-inspiring. The beaches and steep cliffs the GIs steadfastly attacked, with so many losing their lives, were a stark reminder of the heroism displayed in the early days of the D-Day invasion. Earlier in the day, we visited the small town of Arromanches, where the Allies built a harbor to unload the tons and tons of supplies necessary to support the fighting men during the liberation of France.”