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Peru and Bolivia Adventure Tour plus Amazon
- La Paz - Explore the 'City that touches the sky'
- Lake Titicaca - Spend two days trekking the Inca Pilgrim Way visiting Inca ruins along the way
- Cusco - Explore the ancient capital city of the Incas
- Inca Trail - Optional day walk from KM104 to Machu Picchu via the Sun Gate
- Machu Picchu - Travel by train to the 'Lost City', one of the New Seven Wonders of the World
- Sacsayhuaman - Visit the ancient fortress dramatically located high above Cusco
- Amazon - From a jungle lodge discover an exotic world of flora and fauna on foot and by canoe
Itineraries on some departure dates may differ, please select.
1Join tour in La Paz (Bolivia)
2In La Paz; time to acclimitise
3Walking tour of La Paz
4In La Paz; optional trip to Tiahuanaco archaeological site
5Drive to Copacabana on the shores of Lake Titicaca
6Walk the Inca Pilgrim Way; overnight on Isla del Sol
7Trek via Challa-Pampa to Jardin Incaico
8Return to Copacabana and travel to Puno (Peru
9Public bus or Andean Explorer train (optional) to Cusco
10Walking tour of Cusco, visit Pisac Market and Sacsayhuaman Fortress
11Free day in Cusco; optional whitewater rafting
12Train to Machu Picchu - Optional Inca Trail day trek
13Explore Machu Picchu, return by train to Cusco
14Fly to Puerto Maldonado. Travel to lodge by minibus and canoe
15Visit parrot clay lick and Tres Chimbadas Lago. Take a jungle night walk
16Hike through jungle to mammal clay lick. Learn about local exotic fruits
17Return to Puerto Maldonado by canoe and minibus. Fly to Lima
18Tour ends in Lima
Each departure date has it's own dedicated trip note, detailing all you need to know about that trip. Whether you've already booked, or weighing up your options, please choose carefully the relevant itinerary for you.
We have the following different versions of the Machu Picchu and Titicaca + Amazon Extension trip available at present.
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Why Book this trip
In the Amazon we experience the jungle in the company of people that live there. The Amazon community of Infierno own and operate Nape Lodge. They also own the adjacent land, most of which is primary forest. The lodge staff are from the community and any money generated directly benefits the local population. Learn about the challenges of living in the jungle as well as discovering the fascinating local wildlife.
TransportBus, Train, Boat, Flight, Public Bus
Accommodation12 nights Standard Hotel
1 night Simple Hotel
1 night Simple Guesthouse
3 nights Simple Lodge