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BUS PASSES The Hop On and Hop Off Bus Tour offers you the possibility to travel around Peru in a flexible and budget manner. The Chasqui Bus Pass includes all Bus Tickets of your selected route and Activities on the road. The great thing is that you are not tied to fix itineraries: you can request your bus tickets and activities via email, phone or skype up to 24 hours prior departure. We will be available for support, for emergencies we have a 24/7 hotline.


Lima – Trujillo - Mancora

Included: - First Class Public Bus Tickets: Lima > Trujillo > Mancora - Chan Chan Tour (Trujillo) - 24 hours assistance Not Included: Accommodations & Meals

Lima – Paracas – Ica – Nazca – Arequipa – Cuzco – Puno – Copacabana – La Paz

Included: - First Class Public Bus Tickets: Lima > Paracas > Ica > Nazca > Arequipa > Cuzco > Puno > Copacabana > La Paz - Panoramic Touristic Bus: Cuzco > Puno - Ballestas Island Tour (Paracas) - Buggy & Sandboarding Tour (Huacachina – Ica) - Amantani, Taquile & Uros Island Tour 2d/1n (Lake Titicaca – Puno) - 24 hours assistance Not Included: Accommodations & Meals (Except on the bus from Puno to Cuzco – Buffet)

Lima – Paracas – Ica – Nazca – Arequipa – Puno – Cuzco

Included: - First Class Public Bus Tickets: Lima > Paracas > Ica > Nazca > Arequipa > Puno - Panoramic Touristic Bus: Puno > Cusco - Ballestas Island Tour (Paracas) - Buggy & Sandboarding Tour (Huacachina – Ica) - Amantani, Taquile & Uros Island Tour 2d/1n (Lake Titicaca – Puno) - 24 hours assistance Not Included: Accommodations & Meals (Except on the bus from Cusco to Puno – Buffet)


ACTIVITIES The list of things to do in Peru makes it an endless adventure playground, there is an adventure to suit every taste.


CITY TOUR

LIMA

Our excursion offers Lima’s best attractions in its three historical periods: pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern. ANCESTRAL LIMA: we start our tour with a panoramic view of the Pucllana Pyramid, a magnificent ceremonial and archeological center built in the 4th century A.D. considered a sacred village by the Incas. The Viceroyalty of Peru was the most important of the Spanish Empire and Lima was its capital. COLONIAL LIMA: we visit the Historical Center of Lima where you will appreciate more than fifty monuments and Colonial edifications; such as the Paseo de la República, the San Martin Square, the Main Square, the Government Palace, the Archbishop’s Palace, the Cathedral Basilica, the City Council Palace amongst others.

We will visit THE BANCO CENTRAL DE RESERVA MUSEUM* where we will admire the Treasures of Perú Collection, a fine selection of objects made of gold, ceramics and textiles from different pre– columbian cultures. We will visit the monumental SAN FRANCISCO CONVENT, which displays the largest collection of religious art in America. Our highlight will be the visit of the underground vaults, known as Catacumbas or Catacombs. CONTEMPORARY LIMA: we will visit traditional residential areas of Lima, such as El Olivar of San Isidro, Miraflores and Larcomar. *The Banco Central de Reserva Museum is closed to the public on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Mondays is closed all day.

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes Departures: 9:15am – 2:15pm Included: Transport & Guide

THE SACRED CITADEL OF PACHACAMAC

LIMA

A unique archaeological and mystical experience: the oracle, temples, palaces, myths and legends. ANCESTRAL SHRINES: the excursion begins with a panoramic view of the Pucllana Pyramid, built in 4th century A.D. considered as sacred village by the Incas. PACHACAMAC ORACLE: we will then have a guided tour through the splendid and vast archeological site of the Pachacamac Oracle, also known as the temple of the deity. The old Andean civilizations believed Pachacamac was the creator of the universe. The citadel comprises temples,

pyramids and palaces; such as the Temple of the Sun, the Temple of Pachacamac, the Acllahuasi or Palace of the Virgins of the Sun amongst others. The whole area was considered holy and part of the mystical axis of the world. BARRANCO AND THE SWAMPS OF VILLA: the tour includes a visit to the bohemian district of Barranco, where we will visit the Puente de los Suspiros. We will continue towards El Salto del Fraile, the Swamps of Villa while enjoying spectacular sights of the Pacific Ocean.

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes Departures: Tuesday to Sunday 9:15 am – 2:15 pm Included: Transport & Guide


BALLESTAS ISLAND TOUR – PARACAS

ICA

These spectacular islands, eroded into many caves and arches, provide shelter for thousands of seabirds and hundreds of sea lions. Although the islands fall just outside the Paracas National Reserve they are protected by separate legislation. The islands are home to over 150 species of marine birds including the Humboldt penguin, cormorants, boobies and pelicans; even condors have been known to visit. On the shores can be seen large numbers of sea lions and in the sea it is possible to encounter dolphins and even whales.

Duration: 2 hours Departures: 8am – 10am Included: Boat trip & Guide

BUGGY AND SANDBOARDING TOUR – HUACACHINA

ICA

In order to know the majesty of the desert of Ica and the nature of the dunes we invite you to the best ride in your life, an unconventional route in which the speed and adrenaline are combined. The vehicles are equipped with latest generation engines, belts and personal safety of our riders experience will make your trip completely safe. There will be a few stops to practice Sandboarding, you can stand up or lie on the boards. It is optional; you can stay on the dune taking pictures if you want. The scenery is spectacular!

Duration: 2 hours Departure: 4pm Included: Driver & Boards

NAZCA LINES OVERFLIGHT

ICA

Nazca is home of one of the most important ancient cultures of Peru. These lines, which were scratched on the surface of the ground between 500 B.C. and A.D. 500, are among archaeology's greatest enigmas because of their quantity, nature, size and continuity. The geoglyphs depict living creatures, stylized plants and imaginary beings, as well as geometric figures several kilometers long. They are believed to have had ritual astronomical functions. Appreciate them from the sky in an overflight.

Duration: 30 Minutes Included: Roundtrip transfer from the bus station or hotel to the airfield & Air Ticket Not Included: Airport tax 25 soles


COLCA CANYON TOUR (2D / 1N)

AREQUIPA

The Colca Canyon is one of the deepest places on the planet, reaching a depth of 3400 meters / 11.155 feet at the lowest point in the location of Canco. The canyon is home to the Andean Condor, the region's most popular attraction; these giant birds can be seen at close range as they fly past the canyon walls. The Colca Valley is a colorful Andean valley with pre– Inca roots and towns founded in Spanish colonial times, still inhabited by people of the Collagua and the Cabana cultures.

will be “Pata Pampa” located at 4,820 meters, where we´ll observe the volcanoes Ampato, Sabancaya, Hualca – Hualca, Mismi (the source of the Amazon River) and the “Cordillera de Chila”. Close to the town of Chivay, we will admire the spectacular multicolor views of the Colca Valley terraces. In the afternoon we can take a dip in the local hot thermal baths, for dinner go for a llama steak while enjoying Andean music.

Day 1 Departing from Arequipa we will drive 160km to the picturesque village of Chivay, capital of the Province of Caylloma. At the beginning of our excursion we will enjoy the majestic views of the Misti, Chachani and PichuPichu volcanoes; approaching the National Reserve of “Pampa Cañahuas” our transportation will make a short stop to observe the wild Vicuñas (the most important American camel) in its natural habitat. At this point we will be around 3,400 meters above sea level. Then we will head to Pata Wasi, an Andean community at the opposite border of the reserve. Here we will see the natural formation of rocks and the backside view of the Misti and Chachani volcanoes. To prevent altitude sickness we will have “Mate de Coca” drink in Sumbay at 3,800 meters. Continuing on the road we will pass through “Tocra” over the 4,500 meters, where we will observe lakes with migrant birds and take pictures of the “Altiplano” with its Llamas and Guanacos. Our highest point

Day 2 Early in the morning we will travel to the “Cruz del Condor” viewpoint. Here you can take pictures of the majestic flight of the Condors; our guide will take you for a short walk along the canyon (1 hour). We will return to our transportation and drive back to Chivay, visiting on the route fascinating villages, and “miradors” (scenic lookouts) to behold breathtaking valley terraces and Pre-Inca tombs. After lunch in Chivay we head back to the city of Arequipa.

Departure: 8am Included: – Transfers – Bilingual Guide – Entrance ticket to the Colca Valley – Accommodation Not included – Excursions not described – Meals – Entrance to the thermal baths


AMANTANI, TAQUILE & UROS ISLAND TOUR (2D / 1N)

PUNO Our program includes the visit to the Uros floating Islands, a small community that has lived on reed Islands for decades. This journey will take us also to the Amantani Island, an Andean community where you will learn to dance Andean music in an evening party with the locals and spend the night in a rural house provided by a native family. Our tour on the Lake Titicaca ends with the visit to Taquile Island, a traditional quechua speaking community, full of ancient agricultural terraces and ruins dating back to the pre-Inca times. Day 1 After visiting the reed Uros islands you will head to Amantani island wich is located 26 miles (38 Km) away from the city of Puno (3 ½ hours). Because of a more distant location, tourism on the island of Amantani has not developed in the same way as in Taquile Island. The main difference is that homestays have remained a more authentic cultural experience in Amantani. The 3,600 inhabitants of this island have also a Quechua origin and they are mainly small farmers. A visit to Amantani necessarily implies to stay one night on the island. The houses are very simple and services are

basic. There is no running water, no electricity and of course no comfortable toilets or showers. This homestay experience and the encounter with the host family is a revelation of the reality of Andean people at such altitude. This cultural exchange experience in Amantani is very touching and fascinating. We have called this tour “CULTURAL” because every traveler is welcome to share with the locals their time, some artistic gift, educational activities or just a nice chat. In the afternoon you can play football with the locals and at night you can dress yourself with a traditional outfit (given by the families) to dance with the locals at a party. Day 2 The next day we say goodbye to the families and walk down to the peer. We head then to the island of Taquile, here you walk along a narrow path enjoying the impressive views of Lake Titicaca. At the top you will have time to wander around and to shop at a local craftsmen market; the weaving tradition of Taquile dates back to early civilizations. After a typical lunch we descent to the harbor and take the boat back to Puno.

Departure: 7:30am Included: –Transfers –Accommodation (Homestay) –Bilingual Guide –Entrance fees –Meals in Amantani (L – D – B)


Chan Chan Tour

TRUJILLO

The visit begins at the Temple of the Rainbow or Huaca “El Dragon� of the Chimu culture (XI to XV AD), whose quadrilateral form is surrounded by a trapezoidal wall 6 meters high. Then we continue with the tour to the Site Museum of Chan Chan, which displays models of the Moche & Chimu architectural style, and a sound and light presentation. Then we visit the impressive archaeological complex of Chan Chan, whose length is approximately 18 km2. The Tschudi Palace, located on the south west of Chan Chan is one of the nine best- preserved; its walls are decorated with stylized friezes in high relief with zoomorphic and geometric figures. Next we have a ceremonial walk around its squares, temples, reservoirs, granaries, the Board of the Council of Elders, cemeteries, etc. The tour ends with the visit to the ancestral HUANCHACO fishing cove where we will see the famous reed boats.

Duration: 3 hours Departures: 9am - 2pm Included: Transfers, Entrance tickets & Guide


CUZCO

CUZCO

CITY TOUR

SACRED VALLEY TOUR

Visit the city and nearby archeological places. The first stop is at the Temple of the Sun “Qoricancha”, this is one of the finest examples of colonial architecture built on an Inca temple. Continuing to the Archaeological site of Saqsayhuaman, the holy Q'enqo, the Walls of Puca Pucara and finally we visit the Water Temple of “Tambomachay”.

The Sacred Valley is a fertile agricultural region where the vast Inca Empire was born. The valley was appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities. It was one of the empire's main points for the extraction of natural wealth, and one of the most important areas for maize production in Peru. Visit the impressive Pisac ruins, the colourful artisan market and behold a landscape of inspirational beauty. The day trip finishes in the picturesque village of Ollantaytambo, site of another large Inca ruin.

Duration: 4 hours / Departure: 2pm Included: Bilingual Guide & Transportation Requirement: BTG Ticket

HORSEBACK RIDING A different way to see the main archeological sites around Cuzco: Saqsayhuaman, Quenqo, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay. The Tourist Ticket is required if you want to enter the sites.

Duration: 3 hours Included: Transport, Horseman & horses

Duration: Full Day / Departure: 9am Included: Transport & Bilingual guide Requirement: BTG Ticket

RAFTING This full day trip is suitable for all levels. You will experience pumping rapids Class III & IV on the Chuqui section of the river. Our private transportation will take us to our camping ground at "Cusipata River Camp” where we can leave your baggage. After a comprehensive safety talk you will head out on the water to practice a few commands before the rapids begin, then we will be running exciting rapids class III & III+. After two hours in the river we finish at the camp where a hot lunch will be served. You can enjoy a relaxing sauna, take a shower and change before we go back to Cuzco. We have a Zipline with 4 cables over the Urubamba River.

MARAS & MORAY (BIKING) This biking tour combines stunning landscapes of the Sacred Valley and archeological sites. The ride begins at Cruz Pata; there are a few up hills and downhills on the way to Moray, here we can appreciate the Inca agricultural technology. Next we head to the town of Maras for our lunch break, continuing the ride we descend first to the white terraces “salt mines” and then comes the best section ending at the bank of the Urubamba river.

Duration: Full Day / Departure: 9:00 am Included: Professional guide, Aluminum bike with front suspension, Complete set of cycling (bike, helmet, gloves, repair kit), Box Lunch & Transport

MARAS & MORAY Enjoy amazing views, picturesque towns and culture. Our itinerary takes us to the Incan ruins of Moray, an impressive agricultural center. Then we head to the colonial town of Maras, known for its nearby salt evaporation ponds.

Duration: 5 hours / Departure: 8:40am Included: Transfer, Guide, Entrance to the salt mines of Maras Requirement: BTG Ticket

Duration: Full Day / Departure: 8:50am Included -Safety Cataraft or Kayak. -Roundtrip transportation -Top of the line Rafting equipment (helmets, life jackets, spray jackets, wet suits, paddles & Raft) -Professional River guides -Lunch -Photos and video (additional charge) -Safety Kayaker -Zipline

BUNGEE JUMP This bungee jump is the highest in South America at 122 meters / 400 feet. The jump is from a steel cage which hangs suspended between the mountains in Action Valley.

Duration: Half Day Departures: 9:30am – 11am – 12pm – 2pm - 3pm (Sunday to Friday) Included: Roundtrip transfer from Plaza Regocijo


MACHU PICCHU

CUZCO

FULL DAY MACHU PICCHU

MACHU PICCHU (2D/1N)

The excursion begins with an early pick up from your hostel. You will be transferred to the train station in the town of Ollantaytambo where a train will take you to Aguas Calientes, on this train journey along the Urubamba river the scenery is breathtaking. Then you will have to walk a few minutes to take a mini bus up to the citadel of Machu Picchu to start the guided tour. This site kown as "Lost City of the Incas" is one of the most renowned examples of Inca architecture, here you will visit the Main Plaza, the Circular Tower, the Sacred Sun Dial, the Royal Quarters, the Temple of the Three Windows, houses, warehouses, a large central square; all connected by narrow roads and steps that are surrounded by terraces cut into the mountain side. After the tour there will be time to walk around the site on your own. Return at night to Ollantayambo by train, then a bus will drive you back to the city of Cuzco.

We recommend you to combine this activity with the Sacred Valley Tour. In Ollantaytambo we take the train to Aguas Calientes, that night at dinner a guide will provide information about the tour to Machu Picchu. The next day in the morning we go up to the "Lost City of the Incas"; one of the most renowned examples of Inca architecture, here you will visit the Main Plaza, the Circular Tower, the Sacred Sun Dial, the Royal Quarters, the Temple of the Three Windows, houses, warehouses, a large central square; all connected by narrow roads and steps that are surrounded by terraces cut into the mountain side. After the tour there will be time to walk around the site on your own. Return at night to Ollantayambo by train, then a bus will drive you back to the city of Cuzco.

Included: Briefing, Professional english speaking guide, Transfer to Ollantaytambo, Train ticket Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes, Bus tickets in Machu Picchu, Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu, Train ticket Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo, Bus Ollantaytambo to Cuzco

Included: Sacred Valley Tour, Briefing, Professional guide, Train ticket from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes , Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu, Train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo, Bus from Ollantaytambo to Cuzco, Accommodation Not Included: BTG Ticket, Bus tickets in Machu Picchu


LARES TREK (4D/3N)

CUZCO

Passing through the rich pastoral regions of the cordillera Urubamba we traverse high mountain peaks and sub– tropical valleys, stopping along the way to enjoy scenic lagoons, natural hot springs and Inca remains. The remoteness of the area has allowed its people to preserve traditions of llama and alpaca herding, potatoes cultivation, and colorful weaving dating back to the Incas. This fascinating trip offers a first hand look at the life of the Andean farmer and a journey into a region of outstanding beauty. Day 1: Cusco – Lares – Huacahuasi We will pick you up from your hotel at 6:00am and drive for 3 hours arriving to Lares hot springs. Here we will spend 2 hours to enjoy the thermal medicine hot springs after that we will walk 3 hours aprox. Following a path to our first campsite located at Wacahuasi (3200m.) a small community. The people here produce some of the finest weavings in Peru, and we will have the chance to observe their skills and brilliant techniques, as they make ponchos and other garments by hand. Day 2: WacaWasi – Ipsaycocha After an early breakfast we start hiking, this is the hardest day of the trek we have to climb the pass of Ipsaycocha

(4350m) from this point we have an amazing view of the mountains Pumahuanca (5330m), Sahuasiray and Pitusiray. Then continue hiking down to Ipsaycocha Lake where we make camp (4200m). Day 3: Ipsaycocha – Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes This day the trail leads downhill, descending into the valley we will eventually arrive to the community of Willoc (3200m) where we will have lunch. From Willoc we will make a 2 hour trek to Pumamarca hiking along a beautiful Inca terraces, then arriving to Ollantaytambo. This ancient Inka village is considered one of the most important living museums in the world. This is a perfect place to appreciate the vast archeological complex of Ollantaytambo and a wide variety of flowers and birds. From Ollantaytambo, we will board the train to Aguas Calientes where we spend the night. Day 4: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco After an early breakfast we climb to Machu Picchu, where you will enjoy a two hour guided tour around the ancient Inca city. After you explore the site take the bus down to Aguas Calientes, there we will be some free time until we take the train to Ollantaytambo arriving to Cuzco at night.

Included: –Transfer to start point –Professional English speaking guide & assistant –Porters (camping equipment & food) –Cook and cooking equipment –Breakfast x3, Lunch x3, Dinner x3 –Basic Camping equipment –Train tickets –Hostel (Aguas Calientes) –Entrance to Machu Picchu –Bus from Ollantaytambo to Cuzco


INCA JUNGLE TREK (4D / 3N)

CUZCO

Trek that combines hiking, mountain biking and stops in andean villages following the recently discovered Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

this area on the way the village of Quellomayo. Our last stop is in the town of Santa Teresa; here we can relax at the thermal baths.

Day 1: Cusco - Santa María – Pispitayuc (Biking) We start the adventure crossing the Incas Sacred Valley where we will see natural attractions. We climb to over 4000 meters to start the biking down to the cloud forest; through small villages, fields and rivers finishing in the town of Huamanmarka where we have lunch. The journey continues to the village of Santa Maria where it is possible to go rafting for two hours in the Urubamba river at 1200m (optional). At the town of Pispitayuca local family will be waiting to have dinner with us.

Day 3: Santa Teresa - Aguas Calientes (Trekking) A 5 hour walk will take us to the hydroelectric, where we can visit a ceremonial center. From here we continue the hike along the railroad to the village of Aguas Calientes. At dinner that night our guide will give us information about the guided tour in Machu Picchu.

Day 2: Pispitayoc - Santa Teresa (Trekking) After breakfast with the family we start to climb for half an hour, this day we will enjoy the wildlife and native plants in

Day 4: Machu Picchu Before dawn we go by bus to the ruins of Machu Picchu to start the tour. After watching the sunrise we start the 2 hour guided tour around this spectacular place. Following the tour you will have free time to explore the magic of Machu Picchu. In the evening we take the train back to Ollantaytambo and then a bus to the city of Cuzco.

Included - Briefing - Professional english speaking guide - Transfer to start point - Lunch x3, Dinner x 3, Breakfast x 3 - Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu - Train ticket - Bus from Ollantaytambo to Cuzco - Accommodation (3 nights) - Biking equipment (bike, helmet, gloves)


SALKANTAY TREK (4D / 3N)

CUZCO

The Salkantay (6372m) is considered a sacred mountain since Inca times. In this walk we will appreciate its imposing glaciers. The journey begins in a cute town called Molle pata, as you ascend the mountains appear in the valley; the first to appear is the Humantay, then the impressive Salkantay. This wonderful trip will give us the opportunity to interact with local people and learn more about their culture and way of life. In this way the visitor will have a different perspective to appreciate nature and ancestral customs. Day 1: Cuzco – Soraypampa Departure at 5am, 3 hour drive from Cusco to Mollepata village from here we will begin our trip... After 4 hours walking, enjoying the flora and fauna, landscapes we will have a typical lunch. 3 more hours of trekking will take us to our first camp in the heights of Soraypampa where the chef will prepare a typical meal. Day 2: Soraypampa – Colpapampa–Chaullay We wake up early; get ready for a new day of trekking after a solid breakfast. This day will lead us across the slopes of the mountains to go from 3400m to 4650m. From this place we observe the glaciers; one of the biggest is Salqantay. After lunch, the trek will continue until CollpaBamba – Chaullay, place of our second night camping.

Day 3: Colpapampa – La Playa – Aguas Calientes Wake up at 5:00am, after breakfast our excursion continues descending through the rainforest until Playa a small town, now we are in the jungle. From here we take a local bus to the hydroelectric where we board a train to Machu Picchu town to spend our last night in a hostel. Day 4: Machu Picchu – Cuzco Wake up at 4:30am to have enough time to climb the steep path to MACHU PICCHU Sanctuary to enjoy the sunrise, then you will have guided tour within the citadel of Machu Picchu for 2 hours, after that you can wander freely around the citadel. In the evening we take the train back to Ollantaytambo and then a bus to the city of Cusco.

Included: – Transfer to start point – Camping equipment – Porters & cooks – Breakfast x3, Lunch x3, Dinner x3 – Hostel in Aguas Calientes – Entrance to Machu Picchu – Train Tickets – Bus from Ollantaytambo to Cuzco


AMAZON JUNGLE

MADRE DE DIOS

Enjoy guided excursions to spot wildlife in Puerto Maldonado, Peru’s capital of biodiversity. Very few places in the world show such a charming nature; so splendorous, magical and abundant.

ECOMAGIC (3 days / 2 nights)

Day 1 After we pick you up from the airport, our trip begins with a city tour on a private bus. We will continue to Capitania, a small river port where we board a motorized boat to cross the Madre de Dios river. As the trip progresses we will be immersed in the natural surroundings of the jungle while looking for capybaras, caimans, turtles, herons, cormorants and other animal species. Then at the Ecoamazonia Lodge we will enjoy an exquisite welcome drink, settle in our bungalows and have lunch. In the afternoon will visit MONKEY ISLAND, a unique place at the heart of the Madre de Dios river just 5 minutes from the lodge. Along the way, you will be amazed by the extraordinary landscapes and exuberant flora that are home to a variety of monkey species, coatis, sloths and a great diversity of birds. We will complete our visit of the island enjoying the sunset, the most impressive moment of any day in the jungle. The day ends with a pleasant dinner at the lodge. Day 2 We will wake up to the delightful song of birds in the surrounding canopy. After breakfast, we start our excursion with a walk deep into the jungle making our way along paths and canyon bridges arriving to the majestic LAKE APU VICTOR. Further on the way, we will ascend to an observation point that opens up a spectacular panorama over the lake where we will observe parrots, guacamayos, tucans, camungo, shanshos amongst other exotic animals. If we are lucky, we may even glimpse the giant otter, the jungle’s most impressive animal. After the excursion we will return to the lodge to enjoy an afternoon lunch. GAMITANA RIVER: On this excursion, it is important to take a hat, sun-block and a swim suit. We can fish and take a dip in the river before returning to the lodge for dinner Day 3 After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport.

Included –Transfers: Airport – Lodge – Airport –Complete meals –Lodging in traditional bungalows –Excursions with specialized guides

ECOLOGICAL (3 days / 2 nights)

Day 1 After we pick you up from the airport, our trip begins with a city tour on a private bus. We will continue to Capitania, a small river port where we board a motorized boat to cross the Madre de Dios river. As the trip progresses we will be immersed in the natural surroundings of the jungle while looking for capybaras, caimans, turtles, herons, cormorants and other animal species. Then at the Ecoamazonia Lodge we will enjoy an exquisite welcome drink, settle in our bungalows and have lunch. In the afternoon will visit MONKEY ISLAND, a unique place at the heart of the Madre de Dios river just 5 minutes from the lodge. Along the way, you will be amazed by the extraordinary landscapes and exuberant flora that are home to a variety of monkey species, coatis, sloths and a great diversity of birds. We will complete our visit of the island enjoying the sunset, the most impressive moment of any day in the jungle. The day ends with a pleasant dinner at the lodge. Day 2 After breakfast, we will begin an adventure through the virgin forest exploring the jungle until we reach the LOST COCHA (Refuge and Ecosystem for a tremendous diversity of animals). Here, we will have the opportunity to observe otters, caimans, turtles, tapirs, colorful birds and if we are lucky the majestic puma. This unique area, as it belongs to the Ecoamazonia Reserve, remains utterly intact with its large marshes and natural springs. Next we ascend to and extraordinary vantage point from which we will have the chance to observe the magical jungle, followed by a pleasant canoe ride around the lake. Back at the lodge we will have lunch and in the afternoon there is an optional visit to the botanical gardens. If you decide to stay we have an Amazonian pool where you can relax until dinner. Day 3 After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport.

Included –Transfers: Airport – Lodge – Airport –Complete meals –Lodging in traditional bungalows –Excursions with specialized guides


PRICES


BUS PASSES

PRICE USD

Bus Pass Lima to Cuzco

$320.00

Bus Pass Lima to La Paz

$350.00

Bus Pass Lima to Mancora

$130.00

LIMA City Tour

$30.00

Sacred Citadel of Pachacamac

$35.00

PARACAS Ballestas Islands

$30.00

ICA - HUACACHINA Buggy & Sandboarding

$35.00

NAZCA Nazca Lines Overflight

$105.00

AREQUIPA Colca Canyon (2d/1n)

$100.00

PUNO Uros, Amantani, Taquile Islands (2d/1n)

$65.00

TRUJILLO Chan Chan, Arco Iris, Huanchaco

$35.00


CUZCO

PRICE USD

City Tour

$15.00

Maras & Moray

$28.00

Maras & Moray (Biking)

$55.00

Horseback Riding

$20.00

Horseback Riding (Guide)

$25.00

Rafting

$55.00

Bungee Jumping

$90.00

Sacred Valley (Full Day)

$25.00

Sacred Valley (Full Day- Buffet Lunch)

$35.00

Machu Picchu Full Day (Pick up 3am / Train 21:30 pm)

$230.00

Machu Picchu Full Day (Pick up 3am / Train 18:45 pm)

$240.00

Machu Picchu 2d/1n

$250.00

Inka Jungle Trek (4d/3n)

$275.00

Lares Trek (4d/3n)

$450.00

Camino Inca (4d/3n)

$450.00

Salcantay Trek (4d/3n)

$280.00

PUERTO MALDONADO Ecomagic 3d/2n

$280.00

Ecological 3d/2n

$295.00

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