Cox & Kings Expands Latin America Offerings

Cox & Kings has announced 50 new journeys across seven continents for the 2015-2016 season, with six of those offered in Latin America. 

From foodies to families, Cox & Kings' selection of new itineraries offers a range of possibilities. 

As Colombia inches closer to the top of everyone's "must see" list, Cox & Kings Destination Manager, Latin America, Ignacio Vallin will accompany this 10-day, nine-night Escorted Group Journey entitled, "Dream Trip: Colombia from The Desert to The Sea." Guests will experience meals prepared by the local Wayuu people. Highlights include sleeping in a hammock under the stars in the Cabo de Vela desert, private museum visits and lunch with a local family.

For the first time, Cox & Kings is offering a journey solely focused on Uruguay. This new itinerary, "Uruguay's Culture & Traditions" (seven days/six nights) spotlights the country's epicurean heritage with private wine and cheese tastings, a market tour with a lcoal chef and a cooking class at Bouza Winery.

A new tour in Bolivia takes travelers to the middle of the Uyuni Salt Flats, where they will spend two nights in a private, deluxe Airstream trailer, looked after by a private chef, guide and driver. Another night is spent at Hotel Luna Salada, which is constructed entirely of salt. They also enjoy dinner with a local family in the capital La Paz.

There are two new offerings in Ecuador: The nine-day/eight-night Ecuador: Avenue of the Volcanoes includes the highlands, a lodge in the cloud forest and a day in a historic hacienda at the base of Cotopaxi Volcano. While Ecuador: The Galapagos & The Andes is a great option for families. Guests stay at the historic Hacienda Zuleta, which is owned by the country's former president. 

Another great option for families is Belize: Wildlife & Ruins, which includes four nights at the Turneffe Flats resort, which sits on its own private island. The resort offers diving and snorkeling excursions to the Blue Hole. There are also three nights in the Cayo District, where travelers can go on caving and tubing excursions, as well as a full day to explore the ruins of Tikal.

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