PE1 Classic Peru

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

Larco Museum, Lima; Exploring Urubamba, "Sacred Valley of the Incas"; Mysterious Machu Picchu-a must see!; Scenic 'Vistadome' train to Cuzco; Beautiful, ancient Cuzco

Dates & Prices

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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.


Start DateEnd DatePriceMore Info
Mon 10 Nov 2014Mon 17 Nov 2014 $2430
Mon 02 Feb 2015Mon 09 Feb 2015 $2430
Mon 04 May 2015Mon 11 May 2015 $2430
Mon 29 Jun 2015Mon 06 Jul 2015 $2430
Mon 28 Sep 2015Mon 05 Oct 2015 $2430
Mon 09 Nov 2015Mon 16 Nov 2015 $2430

Optional Single Supplement: $300 (number of singles limited).


Tour Overview


The sight of Peruvian villagers going about their daily business amid their mud-brick houses that stand in the foreground of the mighty peak of Salkantay is a sight that is perfect material to fill the many pages of our photo-albums once we have arrived back home. The image of the clustered ruins of Machu Picchu enveloped by the lush green grass that grows high on the slopes of the Andes will definitely provide a photograph rich in colour. While in the capital city of Lima, take the time to inspect the winding streets lined with many wooden balconies brimming with flowers and let this picture soak into our memory. The Cuzco area provides imagery that is something truly worthy of wonder, but it also contains antiquity that teaches us more about the country's vibrant past. The Sacsayhuaman's massive stature shows us the power and influence of the ancient civilisations of this glorious land.

Regions visited: South America
Countries visited: Peru


Testimonials


Rebecca F. (Granbury, TX, US)

Very knowledgeable. Not only related to the tour highlights but also general info. I didn t hear him unable to answer any question that was asked of anyone in the tour group. Was very attentive to clients needs and desires. Daily asking how we felt about the tour and how we were doing.