Absolute Travel Launches South America Tours

Absolute Travel announced on Tuesday the debut of a new division devoted to South America. The company is launching the division with privately guided tours to Chile, Argentina, and Brazil, and expects to expand into Peru, Ecuador, and the Galapagos Islands within six months. "It was an obvious development for us and I know that our South America division will complement our existing portfolio of destinations very nicely," says company president Ken Fish. Absolute Travel has created a variety of tours that have been published on the company website and distributed to interested clients. As with all of Absolute Travel's published tours, the suggested itineraries are intended to be a starting point for clients to use before developing their own customized, private trips. Visit [www.absolutetravel.com].

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