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AirFare layover

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Several of us are considering a trip to Peru and Easter Island next spring.
We would like to Fly SFO-Lima do a 5 day layover so we could go to MP, then fly on to Santiago where we would pick up the Easter Island tour which has airfare included. Return would be direct Santiago-Lima-SFO.
All I seem to be finding are flights that would take us to Miami, and then back to Lima making it over 20 hours. There are couple out of LAX but I am trying to avoid that nightmare if possible.
Any tips or advice? Also what would be considered a reasonable fare ballpark figures fine.
Thanks

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