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This 17 day holiday takes you to two of Peru's amazing biozones, the Amazon and large Andes. Just take a vessel travel from the highest navigable lake in the world (Lake Titicaca) and visit the majestic floating countries, travel along the winding Amazonian streams, see Condors soaring on the deepest canyon in the field and also to top it well check out Machu Picchu, the lost city associated with the Incas.

Itinerary in brief:

Time 1:Fly to Lima.

Day 2:Fly to Arequipa - Optional City journey.

Time 3:Travel over the altiplano into the Colca Canyon.

Time 4:View the condors from Cruz del Condor before returning to Arequipa.

Time 5:Free time in Arequipa - Optional trip towards the countryside around Arequipa.

Day 6:Travel to Puno by traveler coach.

Day 7:Visit the floating countries and Amantani Island on Lake Titicaca. Homestay with an area family members.

Day 8:Visit Taquile Island and return to Puno in the mid-day.

Day 9:Travel to Cusco by tourist coach with visits to sites interesting throughout the day.

Day 10:

Time 11:Free early morning in Cusco. Afternoon train to Aguas Calientes.

Day 12:Guided tour of Machu Picchu before returning to Cusco.

Day 13:

Day 14:Flight to Puerto Maldanado (Amazon) and travel by lake towards lodge.

Day 15:Jungle tours.

Day 16:Jungle trips.

Day 17:Return to Puerto Maldando by river and fly to Lima.


Arequipa - with a remarkable colonial center built from white volcanic rock this is certainly found in the area there are a selection of activities to do while in the city like go to the Santa Catalina Monastery or the museum where the Ice Mummy 'Juanita' is kept. The primary destination of the city may be the nearby Colca Canyon in which you are able to see condors soaring from the thermals.

Puno - individuals visit Puno for Lake Titicaca, the whole world's highest navigable lake and home into the Uros people. The Uros individuals have resided on drifting islands which they build from reeds for years, possibly dating back to Inca times and it's also this excellent tradition that draws individuals the location. A boat ride on Lake Titicaca is an unforgettable experience, browsing floating countries as well as the countries of Amantani and Taquile the thing is that a side of Peru which all but lost.

Cusco - the old Inca capital could be the primary destination of everybody's journey. Sat at 3300m / 10, 827ft. above sea level, Cusco features a distinctive allure and an appealing mix of Andean and Spanish countries. Filled with old Inca internet sites and colonial structures sat alongside modern-day restaurants and upmarket cafes, Cusco features a little something for all.

Machu Picchu - the lost town associated with the Incas is a brief train trip from Cusco. Enclosed by spectacular mountain surroundings and with probably the most impressive Inca buildings ever constructed, Machu Picchu iss the highlight of Peru.

The Amazon Rainforest - the jungle around Puerto Maldanado happens to be recognized as the most biodiverse places on the planet. Residing in a lodge deeply when you look at the jungle you can explore this great environment by foot on jungle tracks and by vessel regarding the myriad of streams and ox-bow ponds. Staying in a lodge could be the perfect way to begin to see the forest allowing you to enjoy the wildlife in convenience.


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