After a quick change and a dab of insect repellant, it is onwards and downwards towards Huamanmarca, site of a recently discovered archaeological Inca finding. Your tour guide will provide the historical background and the rest you can fill in for yourselves! Carry on descending to 1500 meters, while the jungleÂ´s edge rears up and the small but charming town of Santa Maria looms on the horizon. Browse the Internet, buy provisions or just rest your legs and enjoy a cold beer before dinner- traditional Peruvian food, served hot. This night you can have a hot shower at a family run hostel and sleep in either single, double or three bed rooms.
Very Important: "The Inca Trail is closed during February, because of maintenance and the rains. Since March 01 you can reserve your spaces to the Inka Trail".
Even though the Inca trail is closed this don't mean Machu Picchu is as well , There are the other options to visit Machu Picchu: (Ejemplo: The trains running from Cusco to Machu Picchu, Salkantay Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Inca Jungle trek to Machu Picchu among many.
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An exceptional alternative to the Inca Trail, the Lares is way off the beaten track and has hardly changed since Inca times. Hidden within the magnificent snow capped Andes is a part of Peru where you have all the appeal of the Inca Trail like magical mountain scenery and the legacy of the Incas but without the tourist crowds. An exceptional alternative to the extremely busy Inca Trail, the Lares Valley is so far off the beaten track that it has changed little over the last 500 years. With original Inca trails, spectacular and diverse scenery (even more so than the main Inca Trail) and the promise of a glimpse of life the way it used to be in Peru, it is amazing that the area has remained untouched by tourism. Yet somehow, it has slipped from view and retains an authenticity like no where else in Peru.
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Considered as the last Inka refuge which resisted per decades to the Spanish conquerors. It is located in the canyon of the Apurimac River to an altitude 3.030 m.a.s.l. in a strategic geographical area between andean mountains and the edge of the jungle, although, it is difficult to access here it is not impossible and above all it is a challenge and an exciting experience for those who enjoy adventure.
First Day: WELCOME AND TOUR IN CUSCO: We'll be waiting for you at the airport in Cusco on your arrival date , take you to the hotel where you will rest for an hour , you'll have a cup of coca tea and we will pick you up from your Hotel in the afternoon (13:30 hrs) to start with the tour around Cusco and outskirts...
Manu National Park, located in southeastern Peru, is one of the largest parks in South America. The area of the park encompasses parts of the Andean department of Cusco and the jungle department of Madre de Dios. Manu protects over 2 million hectares (4.5 million acres) of territory rich in flora and fauna species in a variety of habitats including high Andes, cloud forests, and lowland tropical rain forests.
UNESCO officially recognizes this natural paradise as a world heritage site. In 1977 they designated Manu as a World Biosphere Reserve because it contains the best existing example of biodiversity in protected areas of rain forest, as well as endemic areas of cloud forest...
Tambopata is the 40% of the reserve in the department of Madre de Dios. The Tambopata River is one of the exclusive habitat of birds and mammals. Flora in The National Reserve is fairly typical of the southwest Amazon Basin. The protected area is home of a wide diversity of plants.
We will pass on bus by your hotel at 08:30 hrs, Heading to River Vilcanota in CUSIPATA where our Camp is placed, Our journey lasts 2 Hours. Once we arrive our guide will give us the instructions and commands on the boat. We will walk for 10 minutes up to Chuquicahuana. Here rapids are class III. You will have a good time in the River for 2 Hours. Then we will have a Buffet lunch near the River we will part to Cusco around 16:30 hrs.
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PERU, is not only Machu Picchu, also hides different sites of great natural beauty, this trip is an archaeological and ecological combination of only two countries.
Machu Picchu tourAfter a 3-hour and 40 minutes trip, you will arrive to Aguas Calientes train station in Machu-Picchu where you will be transported by bus to the top of the mountain and citadel of Machu-Picchu, one of the most renowned examples of Inca architecture, surrounded by lush cloud forest. Lost in history, it was not discovered until 1911 by the American explorer Hiram Bingham. After a guided visit of the ruins, you will have a self-service lunch at a local restaurant.
Your tour starts with a visit to the capital of colonial influenced Ecuador, Quito, parts of which are UNESCO World Heritage protected. This is followed by a flight to the Galapagos Islands where you join your cruise vessel, to get a close up and personal view of the amazing animal and birdlife.
On returning to Quito, you head to the typical Ecuadorean town of Otavalo with its backdrop of majestic volcanoes. Enjoy a ride on the miniature Chaski Rail train through magnificent scenery and have the opportunity to purchase bargains at the renowned Otavalo markets
Next stop is Lima, the capital of Peru with its mixture of old and new architecture. Fly to Cusco, the ancient capital of the Incan Empire. A walk around this charming city will entrance you. Travel next to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Visit small market towns that offer the opportunity to purchase typical Peruvian merchandise including jewellery and clothes. Machu Picchu, the “Lost City of the Incas” is en route back to Cusco. This is followed by a visit to the Urubamba Valley to mix with the local community lunching with the inhabitants.
A train ride takes you to Lake Titicaca and a visit to the floating Uros Islands on which the local native people live. Crossing the border into Bolivia provides a final Inca experience ending in the capital, La Paz.
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