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Rated 5.00 out of 5

The Beluga is a comfortable 16 passenger first-class steel-hulled motor schooner that offers well-planned itineraries and top guides to allow you to get a fantastic Galapagos experience.  She has comfortable cabins and spacious common areas for relaxing on board, while on-board kayaks enhance your activity options. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Accommodations: 16 Passenger First Class Motor Yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling, kayak


The Galapagos Multisport and Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a fantastic active adventure exploring both of these incredible destinations in a 16-day journey. Trek the Inca Trail in style, with high-comfort camping, great food, and top guides on a 5-day Inca Trail itinerary that gives you extra time to explore ruins along the trail and at Machu Picchu, before experiencing three distinct islands in the Galapagos to walk, bike, snorkel, and paddle with all of the Galapagos' iconic wildlife. Trip Length: 16 Days Destinations: Santa Cruz Island, Isabela Island, San Cristobal Island, Cusco, Sacred Valley, Inca Trail, & Machu Picchu Accommodations: 3-star hotels in the Galapagos, 3-star plus hotels in Peru, & comfortable tent camping on the Inca Trail Activities: Wildlife viewing, snorkeling, hiking, optional surfing or boogie boarding, optional Scuba diving, optional kayaking, optional stand up paddle boarding, multi-day trekking, Inca ruins

Rated 4.95 out of 5

The Angelito I Galapagos Cruise is a perfect trip for travelers seeking a quality Galapagos cruise experience — good guides, service and wildlife-rich itineraries — but who would rather not spend extra for fancy accommodations. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 16-Passenger, tourist superior class yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

Rated 4.94 out of 5

Trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu after acclimatizing with off the beaten path hikes to some of the best ruins and sites in Cusco and the Sacred Valley. The unique 5-day Inca Trail Trek itinerary allows you to hike and camp apart from most of the crowds who walk together on the 4-day trek, while giving you extra time to explore ruins and at Machu Picchu. Expert guides, cooks, and equipment make this a truly top-notch experience, starting and ending at the Cusco airport. Length: 9 Days Destination: Machu Picchu, Inca Trail, Sacred Valley, Cusco, Peru Lodging: Comfortable camping, & boutique 3-star plus hotels Activities: Trekking, Inca ruins Dates: Trips depart every Saturday, March - December

Rated 5.00 out of 5

If you like to discover the wonders of your destination by biking, hiking, rafting, and snorkeling, rather than by taking bus tours, the Galapagos and Machu Picchu Multisport is for you. In Peru your daily adventures will get you off the beaten path to visit remote ruins, see spectacular views, and experience local culture, culminating with hiking the last day of the Inca Trail to arrive in Machu Picchu on foot. In the Galapagos you will paddle, hike, snorkel and bike to different landscapes in search of the Galapagos' iconic wildlife. Trip Length: 14 Days Destinations: Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, & Galapagos Islands Accommodations: 3-Star hotels & camping Activities: Raft, bike, kayak, hike, snorkel, wildlife viewing, Inca ruins

Rated 5.00 out of 5

The Inca Trail Multisport is an active and adventurous journey that gets you off the beaten path to explore the culture and history of the Incas and their descendants still living in the Machu Picchu area around Cusco and the Sacred Valley.  You will visit the most interesting sites in unusual ways, and at different times, than most tourists, then you will hike the Inca Trail on the 5-day schedule so you avoid the crowds and have time to explore ruins along the way. Length: 9 Days Destination: Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Inca Trail, Peru Lodging: Comfortable tent camping, & boutique 3-star plus hotels Activities: Rafting, mountain biking, Inca ruins, trekking

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