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Peru and three days in the jungles of Amazon

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Tour description

An active trip to all iconic places of Peru. You must see it at least once in your life! Ready?

  • Walk the slopes of the Inca sacred city of Machu Picchu between the clouds
  • Descend into the Colca Canyon, one of the deepest canyons in the world
  • Explore Lake Titicaca and visit the Uros tribes who live on reed islands
  • See giant Nazca lines left by the people of the mysterious culture more then 2500 years ago
  • Ride a buggy through the dunes and enjoy the sunset in the Atacama Desert
  • Spend three days in the Amazon jungle, canoeing and piranha hunting with the Yagua tribe.

Tour departures

The price of the tour includes

  • Accommodation in hotels, guesthouses and bungalows 
  • All domestic flights
  • All transportation
  • Entry tickets to all places of interest mentioned in the itinerary
  • Rent of bicycles
  • Rafting
  • Three meals a day during our stay in the Amazon
  • Professional guiding services.

What is NOT included

  • Flight to Lima and back home. (Let us know if you need help finding the best deals)
  • Insurance (mandatory)
  • Visa
  • Food ($15-25 per day).

Tour map

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Tour itinerary

Day 1-2

Capital Lima, Oceanfront, Colonial architecture of Barranco district, Cherios district, Ceviche class, Viewing point

We arrive in Lima, the capital of Peru, and check into a hotel. After some rest we begin our exploration of the city with a walk on the promenade along the Pacific Ocean. Freshened after the breeze, we head to the vibrant Barranco district, which is famous for its old Spanish houses and equally bright modern graffiti. It is known as the bohemian center of the city. Our guides here will be local artists.

Next, we head to the Cherios district on the outskirts of the city. Here we will visit a local family who will teach us to cook the most popular Peruvian dish - ceviche. The Peruvian version is unlike any other!

We will walk to the viewing point to admire the landscapes of Lima and the endless ocean. Nothing, but thousands of kilometers of water ahead, right up to Australia!

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Day 3

Inca`s capital Cusco, The sacred valley of the Incas, Maras salt mines

In the morning we fly to Cusco. This city at an altitude of 3300 meters above sea level was the capital of the Incas Empire from the 13th century. Walk in the cobbled streets between the old houses that the Spanish colonialists built on the foundations of the Inca buildings. We reach the Cathedral of Santa Domingo, built in the 17th century. Earlier this place was the main temple of the Inca Coricancha, dedicated to the god of the sun...

We take a bus to Pisac villages (about 1 hour on the way) passing through the sacred valley of the Incas, which was the center of their civilization. And all thanks to the unique local climate and soils, which allowed to grow the best corn and vegetables. Did we mention local landscapes? Very beautiful! We walk along the ruins of the fortress and see the sacred stone, to which, according to the beliefs of the Incas, the sun was tied.

Walk further to the Maras salt mines, a photographer's dream! The entire mountainside is covered with small fenced off pools in which salt has been mined for more than seven hundred years. A very unusual sight! In the evening we head to the town of Ollantaytambo and check into a hotel.

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Day 4-5

The city of Inca ruler Pachacuti, Thermal springs, Machu Picchu

In the morning we head to the ruins near the city. In the 15th century, the royal city of the ninth Inca ruler Pachacuti was located here. Walk between all that remains of the royal palace and courtyards of local residents, we look at the agricultural terraces and granaries. Next, we take a train to Agua Calientes (2 hours on the way) through the sacred valley of the Incas. We check into the guesthouse and relax in the hot springs.

In the morning we travel to Machu Picchu - the imperial residence of the Inca kings of the 15th century. All the inhabitants of Machu Picchu left after the Spaniards conquered these lands... For more than 400 years, it was abandoned until in 1911 the pilots accidentally saw the ruins from an airplane. We walk down on the terraces to the ruins of the city, enjoying the views of the mountains covered with greenery from all sides.

Still impressed, we take the train to Olhaytaytambo (2 hours on the way), and from there in about 2 hours we return to Cusco by bus and check into a hotel.

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Is this trip for you?

This trip is of average physical grade. It includes long (up to 8-9 hours) day and night trips in comfortable buses, three domestic flights, trips in boats and trains. We will also take a walk (4 hours in one direction) with a height change of about 1000 meters. This walk can be difficult for people who are prone to altitude sickness. The trip involves changes in climatic conditions and heights - from about 0 to 5,000 meters above sea level. Accommodation in tourist class hotels and guesthouses with warm water and wi-fi internet. One night in Kolka canyon will be spent without hot water and, possibly, electricity.

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