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Pure Group Luxury Experiences

 

Luxury Columbia Experience

 
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Why Visit Columbia?

  • Colombia is the only country in South America that has a coastline on both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. 

  • 1/3 of Colombia is covered with the Amazon rain forest 

  • Bogota is home to the largest bicycle route in South America, and definitely one of the longest in the world. 

  • Colombia is categorized as a “megadiverse” country, ranking as the 2nd most biodiverse country in the world. C

  • olombia has the largest amount of species by area in the world, including the most endemic species of butterflies, the most orchid species, the most amphibian species and more species of bird than all of Europe and North America combined. 

  • Colombia is world’s leading producer of Emeralds, and the third largest coffee producer Colombia has one of the largest airline hubs in South America. With 12 international airport it connects North, Central and South America and 8 European cities.

Highlights & Hidden Gems

Most of the Colombian destinations are still undiscovered by tourists. The country’s most visited area is its Caribbean Coast, with the colorful city Cartagena de Indias and Tayrona National Park as its highlights. Also the lush green Coffee Region is rightly becoming more popular. On the other hand, sites like the colored river Caño Cristales and Letica in the Amazon Rainforest remain hidden gems. Colombian cities, such as Bogota and Medellin, are gaining popularity because of their unique mix of interesting history and urban creativity.

Pure! Colombia is a dedicated B2B Destination Management Company (DMC) in Colombia. Our professional and passionate team is specialized in tailor-made travel services. Thanks to our extensive experience, both leisure tourism and incentive travel form the expertise of Pure! Colombia, and we always go a few steps further to make sure our clients receive the best services and products.

With Colombia’s Pure! Elements, your clients explore the country in even more unique ways; salsa tours by night and biking tours in bustling Bogota are just two of the many options.

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Caribbean Coast

The Caribbean Coast of Colombia has been a popular destination for decades. The region´s tropical beaches, wonderful climate and colonial cities, such as Cartagena de Indias with its colorful houses, attract visitors from all over the world. Besides Cartagena, also the beach town Santa Marta, the exotic Rosario Islands and the Tayrona National Park – perfect for trekking and relaxing – are destinations that should not be missed when visiting the Caribbean Coast of Colombia.

Pacific Coast

Little visited by tourists, Colombia´s Pacific Coast is definitely an undiscovered gem. This is where tropical forests transform into white beaches and humpback whales pass by during the summer months. Gorgona Island, with its tropical forest and diversity of animal species, is a heaven on earth and one of the highlights of the region. This coastal area has more than stunning landscapes and wildlife; indigenous communities offer interesting insights in the traditional cultures.

Andes Mountains

In the Andes, one finds Colombia’s capital, Bogota, and the historically rich city Medellin. On top of these vibrant cities, the Colombian mountains hide many more treasures. One of them is the Coffee Triangle, where the world´s top quality coffee is produced and your clients can learn about the process of making coffee. Other top destinations are El Cocuy National Park, with its glaciers and snow-capped peaks, and the charming colonial town Villa de Leyva.

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Los Llanos

The region Los Llanos (the plains) is located in the east of the country at an altitude between 500 and 700 meters (1600 and 2300 feet). This area is filled with wonderful off-the-beaten-path destinations, such as the colorful river of Caño Cristales and Chiribiquete, the largest National Natural Park in Colombia. It is the land of plains, cattle and cowboys, where your clients can get to know an authentic country lifestyle.

Andes Mountains

In the Andes, one finds Colombia’s capital, Bogota, and the historically rich city Medellin. On top of these vibrant cities, the Colombian mountains hide many more treasures. One of them is the Coffee Triangle, where the world´s top quality coffee is produced and your clients can learn about the process of making coffee. Other top destinations are El Cocuy National Park, with its glaciers and snow-capped peaks, and the charming colonial town Villa de Leyva.

Luxury Ecuador Experience

 
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Why Visit Ecuador?

  • Ecuador has the most biodiversity per km of any nation 

  • The Galapagos Islands and the city of Quito were the first world heritage sites declared by UNESCO 

  • Quito’s Old Town is the best-preserved historic centre in Latin America Ecuador has more species of plants (25.000) than entire North America 

  • Ecuador is home to over 1/6 of the world’s bird species Ecuador became the first country in the world to recognize rights for nature 

  • The summit of the Chimborazo volcano is world’s closest to the sun 

  • Darwin’s evolutionary theory originated on the Galapagos Islands

Highlights & Hidden Gems

Mainly visited because of the enchanting Galapagos Islands, Ecuador has much more to offer, which travelers just start to discover. Hiking around the Quilotoa Lagoon, wandering through the colonial cities of Cuenca and Quito, or traveling from the Andes to the coast on board of a luxury train are only few of the many unforgettable experiences for travelers.

Pure! Ecuador is a dedicated B2B Destination Management Company (DMC) in Ecuador. Our professional and passionate team is specialized in tailor-made travel services. Thanks to our extensive experience, both leisure tourism and incentive travel form the expertise of Pure! Ecuador, and we always go a few steps further to make sure our clients receive the best services and products.

Our Pure! Elements take traveling to a different level by creating different experiences that make trips memorable. They allow your clients to go delve further into the culture, for example by exploring the colonial city guided by historical characters, participating in an ancient Andean cooking ritual and preparing their own chocolate in the jungle.

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Amazon Rainforest

A large part of Ecuador is covered by the Amazon Rainforest, and it takes only a few hours to reach the jungle from the country’s capital Quito. The Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve and the Yasuni National Park area, in the Ecuadorian Lower Amazon, are the most famous sites in the region because of unique wildlife that tourists can observe, including river dolphins, caimans, monkeys, colorful birds and other beautiful species. Less known, but also stunningly beautiful, Ecuador’s Upper Amazon is located closer to Quito, and offers tourists a complete package of culture, nature and adventure in a more accessible region of the jungle.

Andes Mountain

The Andes Mountains in Ecuador offer breathtaking landscapes of snow-capped volcanoes, lakes and valleys, have beautiful UNESCO heritage sites, like the colonial cities of Quito and Cuenca, and host ancient native cultures. It is also the area where Quechua people work their land and go to weekly markets, giving visitors the opportunity to gain authentic cultural experiences. Furthermore, this region offers visitors a wide variety of adventure sports, such as mountaineering, horseback riding and mountain biking.

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Cloud Forest

The cloud forest of Ecuador forms the transition zone between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Coast. Being part of El Choco, a bio-geographical region stretching out from Panama all the way to Peru, it is one of the most biodiverse areas in the world. Especially bird watchers and nature lovers encounter a heaven on earth in this lush green forest. A whopping 400 species of birds inhabit the area of the charming town of Mindo, together with many colorful butterflies. Therefore, this biodiverse region is among the top birding destinations in the world.

Pacific Coast

The Ecuadorian coast is visited by few tourists, despite its stunning beaches and delicious sea food. The country’s outstretched coastline offers a number of spectacular sites, among which the Machalilla National Park with its otherworldly dry forest and Isla de la Plata, an alternative to visiting the Galapagos Islands. During the summer months, majestic humpback whales pass this part of the Pacific coast. Besides many picturesque villages, also the country’s largest city Guayaquil is located only few hours driving from beautiful tropical beaches.

Galapagos Coast

The most famous destination of Ecuador is without doubt Galapagos. This enchanting archipelago is unique in its kind because of the wildlife that can be found no place else in the world. Among them, travelers can see marine iguanas, Galapagos penguins, marine iguanas and different species of giant tortoises, among others. Visitors fall in love with the stunning volcanic landscapes that characterize the Galapagos Islands. On top of beautiful nature, the islands also have an interesting human history with stories of scientists, voyagers, pirates and prisoners.

Luxury Peru Experience

 
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Why Visit Peru?

  • Peru has the highest sand dune in the World The Mysterious Nasca Lines can only be seen from the air. 

  • Peru has 12 sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List. 

  • Machu Picchu is one of the Seven Wonders of the World Cotahuasi Canyon in Peru is the deepest canyon in the world. 

  • Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world with an elevation of 3.812 meters (12.506 feet) 

  • Peru has been named the “World’s leading Culinary Destination” by the World Travel Awards for 8 consecutive years.

Highlights & Hidden Gems

On top of its famous highlights, such as Machu Picchu and the mysterious Nazca Lines, Peru also has a wide variety of interesting off-the-beaten-path destinations. One of them is Chachapoyas, the pre-Inca ruins where an Indiana Jones movie has been filmed. Near Cusco, the impressive mountain Apu Ausangate offers amazing trekking opportunities in a pristine area where your clients will encounter very little other tourists. And of course, the coast should be visited, if only to try a fresh ‘ceviche’ on a tropical beach.

A different way to explore Peru is through our Pure! Elements. These unique activities create a more in-depth experience for your clients, for example by learning about traditional weaving, swimming with sea lions and have lunch at in a transparent capsule at 400 meters high.

Pure! Peru is a dedicated B2B Destination Management Company (DMC) in Peru. Our professional and passionate team is specialized in tailor-made travel services. Thanks to our extensive experience, both leisure tourism and incentive travel form the expertise of Pure! Peru, and we always go a few steps further to make sure our clients receive the best services and products.

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Pacific Coast

The Peruvian Coast measures 2415 kilometers (1500 miles) and exists out of beautiful beaches tempting guests to just relax under the palm trees. They should not just stay there, however, since tourists can also visit wonderful natural and cultural sites in this region. From the small town of Paracas, for example, travelers can sail to the Ballestas Islands to observe the huge colony of sea lions and penguins.  Also the mysterious Nazca Lines are located in Peru’s coastal area and are located not far from Huacachina, a lovely oasis surrounded by desert.

Andes Mountains

Machu Picchu, located in the Andes Mountains, is without doubt the most famous Inca complex  in the world and a once-in-a-lifetime destination. However, the Andes in Peru have much more to offer, both in terms of culture and nature. In the area of Cusco, once the exciting capital of the Inca Empire, wonderful treks of different levels lead through impressive landscapes of canyons and valleys. One of those valleys is the Sacred Valley, hidden under the skirts of lush green mountains, with interesting cultural sites and colorful indigenous markets. Another highlight of Peru is Lake Titicaca with its floating islands and interesting community life.

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Amazon Rainforest

Peru exists for 60% out of rainforest that covers the entire eastern part of the country. This endless jungle is one of the most biologically diverse areas in the world and home to many exotic species, such as sloths, anacondas, monkeys and jaguars, even though feline species are shy and very rarely seen in the jungle. In Manu National Park, located northeast from Cusco, visitors have the biggest opportunity to spot wildlife. Further south, Puerto Maldonado also offers wonderful jungle options.

Luxury Chile Experience

 
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Why Visit Chile?

  • Chile is the second longest country in the world 

  • Chile has been declared world’s leading adventure tourism destination by the World Travel Awards for 5 years in a row 

  • World’s oldest known mummies were found in Chile 

  • ln Chile, you can find the driest place on Earth, The Atacama Desert 

  • You can find the world’s best places for stargazing 

  • Chile is a world class wine destination. 

  • It is the 5th largest exporter and 9th largest producer worldwide, specialized in the Carmenere Grape 

  • Easter Island is the world’s most remote island and owns 887 human-shaped figures carved in volcanic stone known as moai statues

Highlights & Hidden Gems

Chile has many national parks, of which Torres de Paine in Patagonia is the most famous one. Other highlights in the country are the Atacama Desert, Easter Island and the wine valleys in Central Chile. Also the country’s off-the-beaten-path sites are definitely worth a visit. One of them is Chiloe, a magical island group with colorful houses and wooden churches. Another stunning archipelago is Tierra del Fuego, which because of its dramatic landscapes and location in the southernmost tip of the country is also called the ‘End of the World’.

Pure! Chile, part of Pure! Travel Group, is a dedicated B2B tour operator in Chile. Our professional and passionate team is specialized in tailor-made travel services. Thanks to our extensive experience, both leisure tourism and incentive travel form the expertise of Pure! Chile, and we always go a few steps further to make sure our clients receive the best services and products.

Our Pure! Elements offer your clients the opportunity to experience the country´s culture in a different way, for example by making their own wine, buying food at the market to prepare a typical dish or staying with a local host family.

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Atacama Desert

Being an unusual shaped country, Chile has an extraordinary variety of climates and landscapes. The northern part is covered by one of the driest lands in the world: the Atacama Desert with its rocky landscapes and sand dunes, where desert communities still live their traditional lifestyle. This area, sandwiched between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, offers many impressive highlights, such as the Valley of the Moon and the Atacama Salt Flat.

The Islands

Two mysterious Chilean Islands are located far out of the coutry’s coastline. Easter Island is famous for its Moai statues, but also has an interesting traditional culture to share. Until today, it remains a mystery who built the impressive statues. A bit closer to the mainland, Robinson Crusoe Island is believed to have been the inspiration of Defoe’s famous book. With less than 900 inhabitants, the island allows tourists to enjoy abandoned hiking trails, bird watching and snorkeling in an otherworldly scenery.

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Southern Patagonia & Antarctica

The most famous national park of Chile is without doubt Torres del Paine, located in Southern Patagonia and known for its spectacular natural landscapes. In this deserted area your clients can hike through snowy landscapes where it seems like time stood still. Hiking trails of different lengths and difficulty levels offer a wide variety of options for active holidays. Further south, Antarctica surprises its visitors with magnificent glaciers bordering the ocean that is home to whales, penguins and other wildlife.

Santiago & Valpariso

Chile´s modern capital, Santiago, is located in the center of the country and exists out of a wonderful mix between historical and modern buildings. To the west, at the Pacific Coast, the colorful town Valparaiso also attracts many visitors. The central region is known for its many vineyards and wineries, where your clients can taste some of the best wines of the world while enjoying a beautiful rural scenery.

Lake District

The Lake Region is characterized by forests, lakes and volcanoes. In this beautiful area, adventure sports can be combined with relaxing in steaming natural hot springs. Here, your clients can go hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and even go skiing on a volcano! All these exciting activities take place in a stunning scenery of green forests contrasted by snow-capped volcanoes.

Northern Patagonia

Until recently, Northern Patagonia was one of the roughest and most isolated areas of the country. It is a zone of contrasts where green forests oppose the landscapes of empty plains, glaciers and impressive mountain peaks. But most of all, this part of Chile is typified by water in the shape of blue lakes, labyrinthine fjords and wild rivers. This region is the perfect destination for adventure tourists looking for unexplored areas to go hiking, rock climbingm and kayaking, for example.

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