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South America by Private Jet Private Jet Package

South America, Revealed.
On an extraordinary journey by private jet.
On October 30, 2008, a small group of far-sighted travellers will set off on a unique journey.

They will visit a remarkable selection of South America’s most exciting and important destinations—places that embody the mystery of lost civilizations, the diversity of modern city life, the vigor of traditional folkways and the power of untrammeled nature.

They will enjoy the unparalleled luxury of fine hotels, elegant resorts, and gala dining and entertainment events.

They will fly point-to-point aboard a private jet exclusively dedicated to their comfort, convenience and safety.

They will never forget their Circumnavigation of South America, 2006.

Monday, October 30: Miami, Florida
Meet your fellow passengers and private-jet crew at an oceanside cocktail reception this evening, followed by a gala welcome dinner at your hotel on shimmering Biscayne Bay. Mandarin Oriental Hotel D

Tuesday, October 31: Miami — Panama City, Panama
Board your private jet for the first time, en route to Panama City and the luxurious Gamboa Rainforest Resort on Panama’s famed canal. On arrival in Panama, board a local cruiser to travel through the Panama Canal and adjoining Gatun Lake—an experience delightfully different from that of most visitors, who only peer at the canal from its locks. Watch for the abundant wildlife of the dense rainforest that lines these waterways—you’re likely to see monkey, osprey and, in the lake itself, manatee and crocodile.

Land at the Gatun end of the canal and drive to the Gatun Locks nearby for a first glimpse of the sparkling Caribbean Sea, before driving on to Colon. Here you board the historic Panama Canal Railroad for the journey back across the isthmus, riding in style along the canal to Panama City and on to check in at your resort hotel. Built in conjunction with the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, the Gamboa Resort combines luxury-resort ambiance with incredible opportunities to explore the surrounding tropical rainforest. This evening, join fellow travellers for a dinner enlivened by traditional music and dance, with the local pollero (the most expensive traditional dress in the world) on lavish display, and a performance by a raucous “Dirty Devils” dance troupe. Gamboa Rainforest Resort B L D

Wednesday, November 1: Panama City
Design Your Day(sm) and spend it as you please. Helicopter out into the rainforest to visit Emberá and Kuna Indian communities; walk the resort’s adjoining nature paths and exhibits; set off on a diving expedition that takes you under the waves of both the Pacific and Caribbean seas; or choose kayaking, snorkeling or mountain biking. Feeling less energetic? Relax at the resort’s tri-level cascade pool or visit the spa for a complimentary treatment. This evening, rejoin fellow travellers for cocktails and a gala dinner aboard the ‘Principesa,’ a beautifully restored turn-of-the-century cruiser. Sail south on the Panama Canal, under the Bridge of the Americas and out into the open waters of the Pacific, as a jazz ensemble plays and a lavish dinner is served. Disembark at Marina en Flamenco for a nightcap before returning to your resort. Gamboa Rainforest Resort B L D

Design Your Day(SM): Wednesday, November 1
Emberá and Kuna Adventure
Board a helicopter this morning to fly into the rainforest surrounding your resort, to travel even deeper into the jungle in a dugout canoe on the Chagres. As you slip along this tranquil river, you’re riding back in time to an Emberá Indian village; little has changed in their way of life since the 1500s. You are welcomed to the community and introduced to the Emberá way of life: with a traditional dance, a “botanical walk “ that showcases the Emberá’s contributions to modern pharmacology and perhaps a display of the wood and tagua-nut carvings for which local artisans are famous. Continuing eastward by helicopter, land on a small island in the San Blas archipelago. Here, as honored guests of a local Kuna community, you are treated to a fresh-caught lobster feast, accompanied by centuries-old dances and a vivid display of the many-layered, hand-stitched cloth panels known as molas, for which the women of the San Blas Islands are famous. Return by chartered plane to Panama City. B L D

Freshwater Fishing
Gatun Lake is most famous for its boldly-striped peacock bass (though tarpon, snook and tropical bluegill are also plentiful). A Super Panga whisks you out to the action quickly and comfortably, and an experienced local fishing guide shows you the best spots for success. Perhaps you’ll land a record 20 pounder! For the avid sport fisher, this is the tropical fishing adventure of a lifetime. You can also add snorkeling or kayaking to the day’s fun.

Nature Hiking
Prefer to stay “closer to home”? The rainforest surrounding your resort is threaded with pathways and trails lined with informative displays. Or visit the freshwater aquarium, orchid and botanical gardens, butterfly nursery and turtle and iguana nesting areas on the grounds. If you wish, a private guide can take you further afield to wildlife observation areas and other rainforest highlights.

Within easy striking distance of Gatun Lake, the Chagres River, and the Caribbean and Pacific oceans, it’s not surprising that this region is a paradise for anyone in a bathing suit. Seasoned paddlers can ride a jetboat out into the middle of peaceful Gatun Lake, for unforgettable ocean kayaking back to the verdant shore. Or splash out on a ride along a turbulent stretch of the Chagres in oversized innertubes; the base camp for your whitewater tubing excursion is an Emberá village, and the downriver leg of your journey is led by indigenous guides. Nearby Buena Ventura is a snorkeling nirvana, with fringe reefs home to sheet coral, sea fans, blue tang, parrotfish and fire worms; after a typical Caribbean lunch you also visit Portobelo, site of pitched battle between Sir Francis Drake and Spanish defenders in the 16th century. Another option: dive two oceans in one day by exploring both sides of the Panamanian isthmus, in the Bay of Portobelo in the Caribbean side and off Taboga, “isle of flowers,” in the Pacific.

Thursday, November 2: Panama City — Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Return to Panama City and your private jet for today’s flight to Rio de Janeiro, South America’s most flamboyant city. For nearly five hundred years, Rio has twinkled like a star from her marvelous oceanside setting—an outpost of Portuguese culture in the New World that has also managed to create its own unique (and now world-famous) style and outlook on life. On arrival, transfer to your luxurious hotel. Copacabana Palace Hotel B L D

Friday, November 3: Rio de Janeiro
Perhaps no single image is more evocative of Rio than the imposing statue of Christ the Redeemer atop Corcovado (“Hunchback”) Mountain. A short ride by jeep brings you to the summit, to admire a stunning panorama out over the city and the Atlantic shore. The road back down the mountain winds through the tropical landscapes of the Tijuca National Forest that cover its slopes. After a Brazilian churrasco (barbeque) lunch, visit one of the local Samba schools for a behind-the-scenes look at preparations for Rio’s famous carnival parades. This evening, head up to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain, 1,300 feet above sea level on its shoreline peninsula, for a panoramic view of the lights of the city spread before you. Cocktails, as you watch the sun set from the gardens of Urcaf Hill, precede dinner at a local restaurant. Copacabana Palace Hotel B L D

Saturday, November 4: Rio de Janeiro
Design Your Day(sm) options fill the morning hours (see right/left), and the remainder of the day is free to relax or explore the city that, since the 17th century, has had a reputation for spending its time “ … in parties, in singing and in making merry.” Join in the festivities this evening at your own private gala dinner and Carnival show. Copacabana Palace Hotel B L D

Design Your Day(SM): Saturday, November 4
Rio’s Summer Resort: Petropolis
In the 19th century the Imperial Court of Portugal spent its summers in the mountain town of Petropolis, just 50 miles from Rio—and its cobblestone streets and horse-drawn carriages still leave you feeling as though you might meet Dom Pedro I, for whom the city was named in 1830, around any corner. Visit the Municipal Cathedral and the impeccably appointed Palace of Dom Pedro II, now the Imperial Museum, housing the Crown Jewels and other spectacular displays. After lunch in town, sightseeing continues at the elegant Barão de Mauá and Santos Dumont houses, the Crystal Palace and the Rio Negro Palace. Return to Rio in the late afternoon.

Art and Architecture in Niteroi
Just ten minutes by road from central Rio, this picturesque coastal town is a showcase for the work of renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer (designer of the spectacular series of government buildings in the capital city of Brasilia). Niteroi’s dramatic seaside setting is reminiscent of Hong Kong, Sydney, Monte Carlo…with the unique addition of Niemeyer’s futuristic Museum of Contemporary Art. After a museum tour, travel along the coastline to Fortaleza de Santa Cruz, one of Brazil’s oldest and best-preserved fortresses, with glorious views across Guanabara Bay back to Rio. Lunch at the Olimpo Restaurant.

“Shoppings” in Rio
Shopping malls are “shoppings” in Rio, and the city is host to some two dozen of them, with stores ranging from the ultra-elegant to the downright funky. Ipanema is the most fashionable shopping district, where quiet arcades are lined with exclusive boutiques; Copacabana is known for bookshops and branches of Rio’s better department stores. Looking for a “typical” souvenir? The headquarters of famed gem dealer H. Stern are located in the city; Brazil is a huge exporter of gold and colored gemstones including aquamarines, emeralds, rubies and amethysts. Or, if you’ve been visiting the gym on a regular basis, try one of the “dental floss” bikinis seen to great effect on the city’s beaches. This shopping option includes a guide and vehicle, at your disposal for six hours of browsing in Rio’s finest shops.

Sunday, November 5: Rio de Janeiro — Iguassu Falls — Buenos Aires, Argentina
Board your private jet this morning for the short flight to Iguassu Falls on the border between Brazil and Argentina: one of the most impressive sights in the world, with a breathtaking 275 cascades spread across a gulf of nearly two miles.

On arrival transfer by jeep to the river, travelling through lush Iguassu National park, alive with toucan, parrot and monkey. Board stable inflatable boats for an up-close look at the base of the misty falls, near the narrow “Devil’s Throat” gorge. From this vantage point the world is a tumbling, roaring panorama of rainbows, blue sky and swirling mist: an unforgettable experience of great beauty and power. Dayrooms at the nearby Hotel das Cataratas have been reserved; use yours for a quick nap or to change from wet clothing (if necessary) before lunch. After an excellent meal served in a private area of the hotel, a walking tour in the National Park provides a close look at this lush region’s population of tropical flowers, ferns, butterflies and exotic birds.

Then rejoin your private jet to fly to Buenos Aires, where the evening is at leisure to relax at your fine hotel and dine at leisure. Four Seasons Hotel B L D

Monday, November 6: Buenos Aires
Choose your own introduction to Argentina’s exciting, European-accented capital as you Design Your Day(sm) this morning (see right/left). After lunch, reconvene with fellow travellers for a private tango lesson, as a group of renowned master-teachers and local dancers lead you through the steps of this sensual dance. Once everybody has “mastered the art,” return to the hotel to prepare for an evening in the heart of the city where the tango was born; a performance at the El Querandi nightclub traces the history of tango from its dubious origins right up to the time of the last great performers. Four Seasons Hotel B L D

Design Your Day(SM): Monday, November 6
Parks, Palaces and “Peronismo”: A Buenos Aires Tour
Board a private car for a morning tour of Buenos Aires, with special emphasis on the city’s most historical and picturesque districts. Visit colorful La Boca and San Telmo as well as major sights and countless examples of fine architecture. See the spreading parks of Palermo, and travel down the leafy boulevards of Recoleta, the district so identified with the legacy of “Peronismo.” Finally, visit the Recoleta Cemetery, where Eva Duarte de Peron—“Evita” of popular legend—is buried.

Behind the Scenes at the Teatro Colon
The city’s elaborate Teatro Colon opera house has played host to many of the 20th century’s greatest performers: Igor Stravinsky, Arturo Toscanini, Maria Callas and Luciano Pavarotti have all performed in its 2,500-seat main auditorium, whose domed ceiling was painted by Raúl Soldi. Tour the main theater, where a local artist offers a brief vocal performance to demonstrate the hall’s excellent acoustics, then go behind the scenes to explore the backstage, costume shop and scenery workshop.

Art on Display
Visit Buenos Aires’ most important cultural centers, beginning with the National Museum of Fine Arts and its collection of works by national and European artists, including Rembrandt and Van Gogh. The Palais de Glace, onetime skating rink and tango hall, is now the National Room of Expositions, home to an exhibition during our visit. At the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires, the drawing point is the Constantini Collection, a comprehensive look at 20th-century Latin-American painting and sculpture through the medium of 222 masterworks of art. Finally, there’s time to relax at a traditional city café before returning to your hotel.

Shopping in Buenos Aires
Boutiques, malls, open-air markets: wherever you shop in Buenos Aires, you’re sure to find exceptional leathergoods. Cowhide, kidskin, pigskin, snakeskin, lizard and porcupine: make your choice and, at many leather boutiques, you can order a custom-made pair of shoes, bag or belt to be delivered to your hotel tomorrow. Another unique purchase is the pink-to-ruby-red semiprecious stone called rodocrosita (“rose of the Inca”), found only in Argentina. Your shopping guide knows where to find it all.

Exploring The Tigre Delta
Less than an hour outside Buenos Aires lies the huge Tigre Delta, once a country retreat for the city’s wealthy (and a hideout for intellectuals and artists during the days of Argentina’s dictatorship). Board a private boat to cruise its lagoons and canals, and visit with the isleños who live on its scattered islands, with lunch in a local restaurant.

Tuesday, November 7: Buenos Aires
After a leisurely breakfast, travel outside the city to a typical Argentine estancia, a historic ranch in San Antonio de Areco, birthplace of the gaucho tradition. Estancia El Rosario de Areco dates from the 19th century, established by a family of patriots and pioneers whose descendents still live here, breeding and training polo ponies. Warmly welcomed on arrival, your day here begins with a short history of the estancia; a local gaucho provides some fascinating insight into Argentina’s cowboy culture and entertains with a folkloric show and riding demonstration.

After a traditional country lunch, a polo demonstration is followed by a private class for those interested in learning the game. Then, simply to enjoy your “home for the day”—relax by the pool, visit the stables or just take in the country scenery before returning to the city in the late afternoon. Dine this evening at your hotel. Four Seasons Hotel B L D

Wednesday, November 8: Buenos Aires — Ushuaia, Argentina — Patagonia
Board your private jet en route to the southernmost city in the world: Ushuaia, capital of Tierra del Fuego. Little has changed here since the days of this rugged region’s first intrepid explorers; it remains a remote frontierland of abundant wildlife and wilderness beauty. On arrival, transfer directly to Lapataia National Park, a tiny jewel of protected land along the Beagle Channel. After a barbecue lunch served with views of steep mountains, deep river valleys and azure lakes, travel on to the pier where your expedition cruiser waits. ‘M/V Mare Australis’ has been chartered exclusively for our use; the Captain and crew welcomes you on board with cocktails as the ship departs for “the end of the world.” Sail through the Strait of Magellan into Patagonia as your adventure begins. ‘M/V Mare Australis’ B L D

Thursday, November 9: Patagonia
In true expeditionary fashion, weather and ice conditions shape the day’s explorations, enhanced by on-board talks on the geography, wildlife and history of the region. Sailing southward through the Beagle Channel and Seno Chico, we arrive Arriving at Günter Plushow Glacier Bay this afternoon, disembark for a close-up look at this awe-inspiring mass of ancient ice via Zodiac. ‘M/V Mare Australis’ B L D

Friday, November 10: Patagonia
The rising sun finds us sailing through the Almirantazgo Inlet, en route to the Marinelli Glacier in Ainsworth Bay. The ship’s Zodiacs land us on shore, for a walk through a landscape shaped by beaver dams in the midst of an impressive Magellanic forest. The beach here is home to a large colony of elephant seals. Back on board ship, sail on to Brookes Glacier Bay, where ‘Mare Australis’ drops anchor off a shore lined with glacial ice. In this spectacular setting, disembark via Zodiac for a walk near Brookes Glacier. ‘M/V Mare Australis’ B L D

Saturday, November 11: Patagonia — Punta Arenas, Chile — Villarrica
A last expeditionary stop at Magdalena Island shows you a rookery of more the 60,000 penguin pairs in a reserve they share with a large colony of sea lions. You also visit the San Isidro Lighthouse, now a small natural history museum. Your cruise ends at Punta Arenas on the mainland, where you board your private jet for a flight to Chile’s Lake District and your hotel. A welcome drink greets you on arrival, with a relaxing evening (and an à la carte dinner at your leisure) to follow. Villarrica Park Lake Hotel B L D

Sunday-Monday, November 12-13: Villarrica
Nestled in a landscape reminiscent of Switzerland, Villarrica is a lakeside city, founded in 1552 against the backdrop of snow-capped Villarrica Volcano. This friendly resort town is a perfect “base camp” from which to explore the region’s many attractions over two leisurely days. Explore as you choose—from volcano-trekking to thermal baths—and A&K handles the details. On your last evening in Villarrica, gather for a celebration of indigenous Mapuche and huaso (cowboy) cultures at family-owned Huifquenco Estancia, where events include a rodeo and other displays of horsemanship, combined with music, dance and dinner. Villarrica Park Lake Hotel B L D

Sunday-Monday, November 12-13: Design Your Day(SM)
Exploring the Villarrica Volcano
Sign on for an expedition to one of the eerie caves created by volcanic eruption on the slopes of Villarrica. The truly active can climb to the volcano’s summit: Not technically difficult, it’s an unforgettable climb that requires only an early-morning start, good physical condition and the crampons and ice-ax provided. Your reward is the view from the rim of the crater—green valleys on one side and a huge pit of bubbling lava on the other.

Thermal Baths
Where there are volcanos there are thermal springs, and Termas Geometricas, in the hills of Villarrica National Park, boasts 16 pools of varying size and temperature, connected by wooden catwalks and surrounded by lush greenery. A perfect place for a relaxing soak accompanied by a champagne cocktail.

Rafting on the Trancura River
An action-packed option that takes you through the pulse-pounding whitewater of the glacier-fed lower Trancura River, through Class III rapids. Rafters are accompanied by experienced guides and all equipment is provided.

Hiking and Horseback Riding at Malalco
Explore hidden corners of the Andes mountain range on a day that starts with transfer to Corral de Agua in nearby Araucania and a hearty ranch-style breakfast. Then start your ride through the pristine meadows, native forest and mountain ridges of the Villarrica National Reserve. Break at midday for a gourmet picnic lunch.

The Aquarius spa and wellness center at your hotel offers a full range of facilities and treatments, including a Finnish sauna, steam baths, sensation showers, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, massage and facials. One complimentary treatment is already yours.

Tuesday, November 14: Villarrica — Temuco — Easter Island
Return to Temuco this morning, where you are reunited with your private jet and crew for the journey to extraordinary Easter Island. Some 2,347 miles from mainland Chile, this is the perhaps most isolated place on the face of the earth, famous as an open-air museum of a unique Polynesian culture. Between about 800 and 1600 AD, inhabitants erected hundreds of huge stone moai, staring heads that still decorate the island’s slopes and beaches.

After a traditional Polynesian greeting on arrival, your explorations begin with a privately guided visit to the Sebastian Englert Museum, hosted by the museum’s curator: an excellent introduction to the island’s fascinating history. Your next stop, Ahu Tahai, is one of the oldest sites on Easter Island, with three burial platforms, all with their guardian moai. Pause for a twilight cocktail in this remarkable location, overlooked by the great stone heads with their backdrop of rustling palms.

This evening you dine at local home, where your gracious hosts welcome you to Easter Island with traditional dance, music and foods. Taha Tai and Otai Hotels B L D

Wednesday, November 15: Easter Island
Begin a day of exploration of one of the great mysteries of the modern world: the remains of the enigmatic Polynesian culture of Easter Island. Start the day at the Rano Kau volcano, with its huge crater lake and extraordinary archeaological site, and visit mountaintop Orongo, once the center of the island’s puzzling Birdman Cult. Back down at the beach, visit Ahu Tongariki, the island’s largest moai platform, and the fascinating Rano Raraku quarry, a moai “factory” with statues abandoned in all stages of completion. At Akahanga with its four fallen monoliths, legend says the first king of the island lies buried. After a special picnic lunch in this spectacular setting, drive along the northern coast to the archaeological zone of Anakena, also home to one of the island’s best beaches. There is time to stroll or swim before the Design Your Day(SM) option you’ve chosen is scheduled to begin.
This evening, rejoin fellow travellers at a special farewell dinner featuring some of the island’s culinary specialties. Taha Tai and Otai Hotels B L D

Wednesday, November 15: Design Your Day(SM)
The Birdman Cult
Board a stable, agile Zodiac for “one-on-one” exploration of the offshore islets famous for their role in Easter Island’s Birdman Cult. Board a stable, agile zodiac for some “one-on-one” exploration of the offshore islets famous for their part in Easter Island’s “birdman” cult. Moto Iti, Moto Kau Kau and Moto Nui played an important part in the fertility cult whose practices ceased abruptly with the arrival of Christian missionaries 150 years ago. Follow the path taken by the cult members who climbed down the slopes of Orongo and swam out to Moto Nui in search of a sooty tern egg; the first to return with his egg unbroken earned the title of “Birdman” and its attendant privileges for his sponsor.

Scuba Diving With a Cousteau Expedition Member
Set off on a scuba diving excursion with a member of Jacques Cousteau’s 1978 expedition, to explore the lava cliffs, caves and platforms that underpin the island. Crystal clear waters, warm water temperatures and dives suitable for those with all levels of experience make this option an appealing way to explore Easter Island’s pristine natural environment.

Moai Workshop
Join a local artisan to create your own Easter Island monument at a moai workshop. Join celebrated local sculptor Miguel to learn about the stoneworking techniques that shaped the huge monoliths around you as you make your own replica in miniature.

Archaeology on Horseback
Continue your Easter Island explorations with an expedition to the ancient ruins of Vaihu and Puna a Pau on horseback, then ride further along the coast to Ahu Akivi. Built in 1460, this site, with its seven commanding and remarkably similar moai, was one of the latest constructions built, probably at a time when the island’s social fabric was beginning to unravel.

Thursday, November 16: Easter Island — Lima, Peru
As you return to the airport this morning, pause to explore the little village of Hanga Roa and its handicraft market before boarding your private jet for Lima, gateway to the wonders of the ancient Incan civilization. On arrival you are met and transferred to your hotel, with time to relax before this evening’s event at the unique Larco Herrera Museum. Tonight the museum is open just for us, first for a privately guided tour of the world’s largest private collection of pre-Columbian ceramics—including a rare look, hosted by the museum’s owners, into private storage rooms not ordinarily open to visitors. Then we are guests at a lavish dinner hosted by a descendant of the museum’s founder, accompanied by traditional music and dance. Swissotel B L D

Friday, November 17: Lima — Cusco
A quick commercial flight this morning brings you to Cusco, high in the Andes, where the rest of the morning is free tto relax and acclimatize to the altitude. (Just do as the locals do—put your feet up and sip a cup of coca-leaf tea!) This afternoon, visit some of the city’s colonial highlights, beginning at the Cathedral and continuing at Santo Domingo, a Dominican church and convent. Just outside the city, explore Incan Sacsayhuaman, an enormous military complex; Quenqo (“the Labyrinth”); the rock-hewn Puka-Pukara fortress; and Tambomachay, once a ritual bathing place for the Incan aristocracy. Evening brings a private dinner and an innovative music and dance performance inspired by Cusco’s Carnival, at Noche Cuzqueña, a city nightspot. Hotel Monasterio B L D

Saturday, November 18: Cusco — Machu Picchu
No one knows for certain exactly why Machu Picchu was built, or when it was last occupied, but the uncertainty only adds to its air of mystery. Your day at this evocative landmark begins on board the new and luxurious Hiram Bingham Orient-Express train. Arriving before the crowds, your explorations begin a peace and quiet, with guidance by local experts and time to wander the terraced walkways on your own. After afternoon tea at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge within the compound, board the train at the end of the day to return to Cusco. An à la carte dinner is served on board, accompanied by traditional entertainment. Hotel Monasterio B L D

Sunday, November 19: Cusco
Another day of exploration begins with a morning departure for the Urubamba Valley, with an en-route stop at Pisac with time to browse (and barter!) in the bustling village market. At your lunchtime stop, a private marketplace has been established in the courtyard of Huayoccari Hacienda, with llama herders, vendors, weavers and musicians to entertain and enlighten you. After lunch, it’s on to the imposing Ollantaytambo fortress and its attendant town, still occupied and with its original Incan street plan intact. As you return to Cusco, stop at the studio of popular art potter Pablo Seminario and meet the artist himself for a demonstration. This evening, gather for a gala farewell dinner at La Merced Church, an exuberant 17th-century Baroque setting for the close of your ‘Circumnavigation of South America.’ Hotel Monasterio B L D

Monday, November 20: Cusco — Lima — Miami, USA
Return to Lima on a commercial flight, to board your private jet for the last leg of your journey. On arrival in Miami, transfer to a homebound flight. B L

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Tour: 22 Days

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Trip Date: October 30, 2008


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