Travel to Latin America is synonymous with Steamond. Since 1973 we’ve been flying people down to the region, and for over 35-years Steamond has been organising the very varied travel arrangements and demands of thousands of independent travellers like you.
Back in 1973 Edward Heath was the Prime Minister and Britain had just joined the EU. It was the year when the last US troops left Vietnam; women were admitted to the Stock Exchange; Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was released; and Concorde made its first non-stop crossing of the Atlantic.
What has changed is how and where we travel. In 1973 airlines stopped to refuel in Africa or northern Brazil. Today we work closely with British Airways, TAM Airlines, Lan Chile, Air France-KLM, TAP Portugal, Iberia and Continental and you can now fly direct non-stop from London.
Over the past 35 years we’ve taken thousands of satisfied clients to Latin America, and looked after them while they’ve been there. Our recommendations of how to travel, what to see, and where to stay is based on our specialist local knowledge. Knowledge that covers from Mexico in the north all the way down to Antarctica in the south, and everywhere in between, including Brazil.
So with such a long-standing track record it's not surprising we offer the most competitive prices across all classes of travel and are a 'preferred partner' with the airlines that fly not only to-and-from Latin America, but also within the region.
Steamond knows Latin America well. Many of our staff, including in the UK, are from the region and we have resident experts on the ground in each of the countries working closely with us.
You're in safe hands with Steamond, we look forward to being of service to you.
Marcio Da Silva