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Top Central & South America Sightseeing Tickets & Passes
As one of the New7Wonders of the World and Rio de Janeiro’s most iconic attraction, the Christ the Redeemer statue attracts lengthy lines. Don’t waste time waiting, save time with this skip-the-line ticket that allows you to board the next available train to Christ the Redeemer, which reigns supreme over the city from Corcovado’s summit. Your return ticket is valid on any train so spend as much time as you like at the top, enjoying panoramic vistas of Rio and capturing photographs beneath the outstretched arms of Christ.
Secure your entry to Punta del Este’s top cultural attraction by booking your admission ticket for Casapueblo in advance. Formerly the summer home of Uruguayan artist Carlos Páez Vilaró, the residence is now a museum, art gallery, hotel, and cafe. Spend the afternoon drinking in exhibits dedicated to the artist and don’t miss the Ceremony of the Sun, a poetic performance delivered minutes before sunset.
Experience one of Costa Rica’s supersized natural wonders at your own pace with entrance to Poás Volcano National Park in Alajuela. Boasting one of the largest craters in the world, the volcano can be explored through trails of varying difficulty that wind through forested and mountainous habitat. Pre-book your admission ticket for convenience and for more time to discover the park’s explosive geology.
The Teatro Colón is the leading opera house in Buenos Aires, as well as an architectural landmark, known for its remarkably restored 19th-century interiors. On this tour, explore inside the legendary theater; see the magnificent Golden Hall, the Gallery of Busts, and the Main Foyer; and hear how iconic singers such as Maria Callas, Plácido Domingo, and Luciano Pavarotti have performed on its stage.
See for yourself why more than 100,000 visitors flock to La Fortuna Waterfall each year with an admission ticket to one of Costa Rica's most prized natural attractions, located inside Arenal Volcano National Park. After admiring the falls from a distance, hike down a steep path to stand at the base of the mesmerizing 230-foot (70-meter) cascade, where you can feel the power of the Fortuna River and feel its mist spraying into the surrounding jungle.
Experience Argentine soccer fever with this tour of The Museum of La Pasión Boquense, built in honor of team Boca Juniors. Listen to colorful stories about star players like Diego Maradona, and explore the iconic stadium, affectionately called the "Bombonera" for its resemblance to a box of chocolates. You’ll even get a glimpse of life in the cleats with a walk through the locker rooms and onto the field.
With your ticket at Morro da Urca, you visit and have access to the Praça dos Bondes - which displays the two previous generations of the Sugar Loaf Cable Car and the life-size bronze sculptures of those responsible for the creation and implementation of each one - Augusto Ferreira Ramos and Christopher Leite de Castro and; Cocuruto - a place that tells the story of the Sugar Loaf Cable Car, inaugurated over 100 years ago, with exhibitions of images, projections, machinery and objects that marked the trajectory of the 1st Brazilian cable car and the oldest in operation in the world. At some times of the year, the space hosts temporary exhibitions. The park has preferential access, lift platform, adapted toilets and ramps, making tourism accessible for wheelchair users and people with reduced mobility.
Machu Picchu is one of the most popular destinations in Peru and entry numbers are regulated which can make getting last minute admission tickets tricky. This offer supplies just the entrance ticket to Machu Picchu which is perfect for travelers who have already booked transportation to the site but still need an entry ticket.
Come and be touched: look into the eyes of the greatest predator of the seas, they will lay you down; watch the dolphins play together and enjoy the reef fish.
The largest aquarium in South America, with 4.5 million liters of water and 5 thousand inhabitants of 350 species from Brazil and the world are waiting for you!
The city of Rio de Janeiro, with a natural vocation for tourism connected to the sea, has long deserved a Marine Aquarium of international public visitation.
The Tour takes place twice a day, in the morning and in the afternoon.
It includes Foyer, Bus Gallery, Golden Hall and Main Hall (the circuit may be affected due to events, functions, rehearsals, spare parts or other activities of the Teatro Colón without this involving the return of the ticket).
Foyer: Important double height entrance hall dominated by a staircase of honor with marbles of different colors and crowned by French stained glass.
Golden Hall: Richly decorated according to French fashion, it is a permanent center for chamber music concerts, conferences and exhibitions parallel to the activity of the Hall.
Room: The most important scenario in the country, famous throughout the world for its acoustics and decorative richness. The most relevant personalities of lyric, ballet and music passed through its stage.
Designed by Frank Gehry, the Biomuseo is one of the most striking attractions in Panama City with exhibits that explore how Panama influenced the world's biosphere by connecting Central America to South America, creating a land bridge for flora and fauna. After viewing the permanent and temporary exhibits and a botanical garden, enjoy views of Panama City and ships entering and exiting the Panama Canal.
Discover the natural beauty of the La Fortuna region on an action-packed full-day tour that is ideal for people who enjoy outdoors activities. Go on hikes through lush rain forest; visit a butterfly garden and Maleku Indian village; take a dip at La Fortuna waterfall; look for wildlife; and view the Arenal Volcano. Top off the day with a cocktail and a relaxing soak in a natural hot water river.
Exploring the Lost City of the Incas can be a great way for adventurous travelers to save money, but with limited numbers available, pre-booking your tickets is essential. Make your own way to Agua Calientes, use your pre-paid admission tickets to visit the mountaintop citadel of Machu Picchu, then climb the sacred peak of Huayna Picchu for a spectacular view.
Enjoy a day filled with fun, facts, and feasts on this comprehensive Lima city tour. Take a walking tour around the historical center of Lima to learn about the ‘City of the Kings’ before heading to the Magic Water and Lasers Dance Show. Watch the fountains spout water and colorful lasers that dance along with the music. End the day with a delicious dinner at a local restaurant.
Experience one of the biggest parties in the world with this ticket to the Champion’s Parade after Carnival. Watch as the top six samba schools celebrate their winning movies in full costume. Dance the night away with the schools and finish in the early hours of Sunday morning where you can head over to watch the sunrise.
Explore one of the world’s most diverse collections of species gathered in one place with a visit to the animal sanctuary at Diamante Eco Adventure Park in Guanacaste. From adorable three-toed sloths to scaly reptiles and sleek jungle cats, see an amazing array of animals rescued by the Costa Rican Ministry of Wildlife, and learn about the park’s conservation projects. The naturally designed habitats include hummingbird gardens and a large butterfly observatory teeming with jewel-toned beauties.
Discover the wildlife, beaches, and jungles of one of the world’s most biodiverse parks on a day trip to Corcovado. The park’s remote location makes it difficult to visit on your own, so this tour is ideal for busy travelers who want to see the park without worrying about logistics. Plus, a boat ride into the park enables you to squeeze all the highlights into one day.
Experience the natural beauty of Argentina’s Los Glaciares National Park with this all-day admission ticket. Travel to the sprawling park, located across more than 1 million acres in the southwest province of Santa Cruz, and learn about its Andean-Patagonian forest, giant granite peaks, glacial lakes, and glaciers. Capture memorable photographs, marvel at wildlife, and listen for the thunderous sounds of a collapsing iceberg.
The Museums promotes a transversal reading of the city's history, its social fabric, its symbolic life, conflicts, contradictions, challenges and social expectations. Its exhibitions combine historical and contemporary dimensions of art through national and international shows of long and short duration.
This Iguazu Falls boat tour covers all your bases for a classic Iguazu National Park experience. On board a boat, see highlights such as Devil’s Throat and the San Martin Falls—be prepared to get wet as you sail into the splash zone. Plus, ride over choppy rapids, hike up to a vista point, and ride an off-road vehicle through the jungle. This tour includes a dry bag to protect your valuables.
Grab the opportunity to witness the power of nature at Iguazu Falls. Book your admission ticket for all-day access to the trails and walkways within Parque Nacional Iguazú (Iguazú National Park), located on the Argentine side. It’s ideal for independent travelers who prefer to explore at their own pace. Don’t miss Garganta del Diablo, or Devil’s Throat.
Get an inside glimpse into Brazil’s most iconic stadium by booking your admission ticket to Maracanã Stadium in advance, an activity guaranteed to appeal to football fans. Opt to explore the venue, which has played host to football matches during the World Cup and Olympics, independently or on an hourly guided tour. Visit the locker room and press conference room, step onto the pitch, and admire trophies and artifacts that pay testament to the stadium’s history.
Discover one of the New Seven Natural Wonders with a ticket to the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls. This impressive waterfall spans the border between Argentina and Brazil. Feel the spray coming from the incredible falls and see the biodiversity that thrives in this region. Bring an umbrella or raincoat as it’s very likely to get a bit wet.
Make the most of your time (and your money) with an all-day pass to Diamante Eco Adventure Park, which includes access to ziplines, hanging bridges, ocean activities, a native botanical garden, and the largest animal sanctuary in Guanacaste Province — all in one location near the region’s most popular cities. This pass also includes lunch, fruit drinks, and coffee so you can stay all day.