– Machu Picchu should top any itinerary. More of the site is continually being closed to the public, so now’s the time!
– Adrenaline junkie? Take your pick of rafting, biking, and paddle boarding. And for the cultural buff, expect plenty of history and art.
– Did you know? The north coast has rowdy surfing. Check out the nine-room Kichic hotel boutique for easy access to wave riding.
Note: The order of your itinerary is key in order to survive changing altitudes! This is why working with a travel advisor is key. As an example: a landing in Cusco right after coming from Lima can make you sick. We’d recommend heading down in altitude to the Sacred Valley upon arrival to get acclimated before returning to Cusco.
– explora Sacred Valley. Located between Cusco and Machu Picchu, this explora outpost is basecamp to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Programs include more than 20 exclusive explorations.
– Belmond Palacio Nazarenas. Located in Cusco, 55 oxygen-infused suites are nestled in a serene plaza behind the city’s main square. Spa, outdoor pool, and fine dining? Check.
– Belmond Andean Explorer Train. This is South America’s first luxury sleeper train, and a scenic way to experience Peru. One- and two-night itineraries journey between Cusco, Puno, and Arequipa, with stops at Lake Titicaca and Colca Canyon en-route.
– Titilaka Lodge at Titicaca Lake. A Relais & Chateau property, this beautiful hotel is located in the cradle of Inca history. All rooms have lake views, made even more memorable with endless skies and snow-capped peaks.
Macchu Picchu will wow any discerning traveler, while a visit to Lake Titicaca includes the last remaining Uros floating island villages and the island of Taquile. Both reveal fascinating, vanishing cultures.
– Cally Pirrung
– Jill Taylor
Colombia is the only South American country to border both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean, and has recently emerged from a traumatic and rich history. Expect stunning scenery, sophisticated culture, and vibrant eco-systems.
Located at 8,600 feet with 360-degree views, Bogotá should bookend any Colombian itinerary. Home to the country’s top chefs and designers, this posh city also touts dozens of local universities.
Medellín is the subject of cocktail chatter thanks to the hit series Narcos. Considered the world’s flower capital (we’ll book a tour of the flower farms located just outside the city), this vibrant city dances with trendy nightlife and live music. Its pleasant, year-round climate has lassoed Medellín’s “Eternal Spring” nickname.
Cartagena hugs the Caribbean Sea and is home to famous scribe Gabriel García Márquez. This charming, walled-in city allows visitors to wander cobblestone streets for table- and boutique- hopping. And don’t miss The Rosario Islands for a fun, sun-kissed day.
Lauren Maggard to create an unforgettable escape to Colombia.
“Giddy up” and get ready to be blown away not only by the beauty and adventure of Montana, but by the exquisite cuisine prepared by some of the top chefs in the country. Wild Flavor and Montana Master Chefs held at The Resort at Paws Up are a dream come true for food, wine, music and out-door enthusiasts alike.
Wild Flavor (April 20 – 23) features Top Chef All Stars Brooke Williamson, Casey Thompson, Sam Talbot (all back for season 14) as well as Kristen Kish (winner of season 10). Additionally, Singer-Songwriter Austin Jenkes from The Voice will perform and Master Sommelier Brian McClintic from the film SOMM will oversee the wine program. Similar to the Montana Master Chefs weekend (September 21–24) guests will experience coursed meals, cooking demonstrations, wilderness adventures, luxurious accommodations, and an exciting cook-off!
Jet Set World Travel clients will exclusively receive a one-category upgrade upon booking and of course a customized welcome amenity.
To book your Wild Flavor and Montana Master Chefs weekend adventures contact Melissa Pugh or Michelle Gordon.