LAN Airlines offers sale on flights

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It seems like just yesterday we were ringing in the New Year, but here we are in June. If you were looking to spice up the end of 2012 with an exciting travel adventure, LAN Airlines has stepped up with an offer that will help you do just that.

For the next 10 days, LAN is selling roundtrip flights from cities in the U.S. (including Miami, New York, and Los Angeles) to Guayaquil (Ecuador) for US$ 499, to Lima (Peru) for US$ 599, and to other fabulous South American cities for under US$ 900. LAN’s “big deal” is available only until June 18, 2012, and is valid for travel starting between September 1 and November 30, 2012 to top destinations in Peru, Ecuador, Argentina, Chile, and Brazil.

If you’re tempted by thoughts of a Galapagos cruise, this LAN promotion makes it easier and more affordable to get to departure points in Quito and Guayaquil, two vibrant and dynamic cities that are definitely worthy of exploration in Ecuador.

Machu Picchu is another iconic Peru travel adventure made more accessible by LAN’s flight sale. The journey to the Inca citadel begins in Lima and continues through Cusco before a final stretch through the Sacred Valley, whether by train or by trail. If you have questions about how to plan your trip to Machu Picchu, our expert travel advisors can help you figure out the specifics.

Those of you who live in the northern hemisphere can switch out chilly fall weather for the sunny spring climes of Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires, and Sao Paulo – all 3 cities are included in LAN’s promotion for travel in the months of September, October, and November.

To secure this amazing deal, be sure to book by June 18, 2012. Contact us now to see how we can help you take full advantage of this promotion. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned traveler to Latin America, our travel experts at Latin America For Less are available to assist you in planning your dream South America vacation.

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Anabel has been exploring the length and width of South America since 2010. Ditching preconceptions, settling into the local pace, and embracing the unexpected are the tenets of her philosophy of travel - and life.

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