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  1. Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cusco Review by Charles
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    Willow was our tour guide and he was the best. We were the only couple on our group tour so Willow adapted to make the trip perfect for us. This was the trip of a lifetime and exceeded our expectations. Very well organized and good value. Without a good guide so much would be missed. (Posted on 5/16/14)


  2. Very enjoyable trip! Review by Joyce
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    The Amazonas Explorer trip was a very enjoyable time, although we probably should have scheduled a day or two of rest, as we were really on the move every day. The guide Eduardo's knowledge of Quechua and general knowledge was excellent. Our driver Walter was excellent. Some of the meals that were provided were not great. We would have liked more comments from the guide as we were driving....telling us bout the local scenery. (Posted on 1/2/14)


  3. Sacred Valley / Machu Picchu / Nov 2013 Review by Cynthia
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    We loved Peru and scenery was stunning. We enjoyed our guide and driver. We were disappointed that he was unable to be with us in Cusco but Amazonas provided a different guide for our last day and he turned out to be just fine, offering a different outlook. The best hotel was Soy y Luna in Urubamba (Scared Valley) beautiful, full of interesting artwork and huge deluxe rooms. The itinerary was good although we opted for a variation on the 3rd day to visit Moray and the salt pans - not to be missed! Machu Picchu was spectacular even though it was the only day we had rain on the whole trip - it was still magical in the mist! It was dangerously slippery with zero visibility on the mountain for which we had a permit so we didn't climb very high. Saving our knees for exploring the rest of the site. Inka Tera was nice and the food quite excellent. Loved the Quinoa pancakes for breakfast! The hotel in Cusco was lacking  (I forget the name) in service and public space but was well located and certainly adequate. The Amazonas staff that took us to the airport were not very friendly (didn't speak to us at all) but got us to where we needed to go. We had a long layover in Lima so maybe we could have left Cusco later in the day but by then we were ready to get going home! (Posted on 12/9/13)


  4. All in one trip! Review by Diana
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    Special thanks to our wonderful guides:
    Juan Carols, Cesar, Jimmie and also Nacho for always being there with a great lunch! (Posted on 6/26/13)


  5. All in one trip! Review by Diana
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    We loved the land, the people of Peru, their food and their music!!!! Could not have asked for more! (Posted on 6/26/13)


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Amazonas Explorer's Trips


  1. Inca Trail and Cusco

    Cusco and The Inca Trail

    $1721.00

    The classic Inca Trail trip run by a very reputable and well-known operator, Amazonas Explorer. Extra days are added for acclimatization in Cusco and spending more time at Machu Picchu.

    Length: 8 Days
    Destination: Machu Picchu, Cusco, Peru
    Lodging: Comfortable camping, 3-star hotels 
    Activities: Trekking, Inca ruins

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  2. Glacial Lake Lares Valley

    Cusco and The Alternative Inca Trail Lares Trek

    $1460.00

    An off-the-beaten-path alternative to the traditional Inca Trail that combines hiking with meeting lots of locals in the high, remote Andes.

    Length: 8 Days
    Destination: Cusco, Lares, Machu Picchu, Peru
    Lodging: Comfortable tent camping, 3-star hotels
    Activities: Moderate hiking, cultural interaction, Inca ruins

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  3. Peru Explorer

    Peru Explorer

    $2511.00

    A non-strenuous tour of Peru's southern, Andean highlights: Lake Titicaca, the Colca Canyon and Machu Picchu.  This tour gets you off the beaten path by staying in small lodges and visiting often overlooked sites and traditional villages.

    Length: 11 Days
    Destination: Arequipa, Colca Canyon, Lake Titicaca, Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu
    Lodging: 3-Star Hotels
    Activities: Inca ruins, easy day hikes

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  4. Machu Picchu Multisport

    Machu Picchu Multisport

    $2311.00

    The Machu Picchu Multisport is the perfect active trip to explore all the famous Inca ruins and sites in and around Machu Picchu. 

    Length: 11 Days
    Destination: Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu
    Lodging: Comfortable tent camping, 3-star hotels
    Activities: Rafting, mountain biking, horseback riding, Inca ruins, trekking

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  5. Rafting the Rio Tambopata, Peru

    Wilderness, Wildlife and Whitewater on the Rio Tambopata

    $3088.00

    This tour takes you into some of the most inaccessible and remote parts of the Amazon rainforest; only for true adventurers!

    Length: 11 Days
    Destination: Lake Titicaca, Tambopata, Peruvian Rainforest
    Lodging: Tent camping
    Activities: Expedition river trip, rafting, wildlife viewing

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  6. Biking to Maras Moray in the Sacred Valley

    Total Adventure Peru

    $2703.00

    Twelve days packed with the best adventures Peru can offer: Apurimac class V rafing, mountain biking and hiking the famous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

    Length: 12 Days
    Destination: Inca Trail, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, Apurimac
    Lodging: Tent camping, 3-star hotels
    Activities: Challenging hiking, rafting, Inca Ruins

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  7. Mountain Biking in Sacred Valley

    Family Adventure Peru

    $1671.00

    A trip for families who want to do a little bit of everything in the Machu Picchu and Cusco region: whitewater rafting, hiking, biking and Inca ruins.

    Trip Length: 9 Days
    Destination: Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu
    Lodging: Comfortable tent camping, 3-star hotels
    Activities: Moderate hike, raft, canoe, bike, Inca ruins

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  8. Cusco and Ausangate Trekking

    Cusco and Ausangate Trekking

    $1560.00

    This demanding trek takes you around the stunning Ausangate mountain, a place sacred to the Incas and modern Andean people; easy to add-on Machu Picchu.

    Trip Length: 9 Days
    Destination: Cusco, Ausangate
    Lodging: Comfortable tent camping, 3-star hotels
    Lodge Specialty: Very challenging hiking, Inca ruins, hot springs

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  9. Choquequirao to Machu Picchu Trek: Main complex at Choquequirao ruins

    Choquequirao to Machu Picchu: Trek the Andes

    $2150.00

    A true expedition trek into the heart of the Inca kingdom, hiking from the newly rediscovered ruins of Choquequirao to the world famous Machu Picchu citadel.

    Trip Length: 10 Days
    Destination: Cusco, Choquequirao ruins, Machu Picchu
    Lodging: Comfortable tent camping, 3-star hotels
    Lodge Specialty: Very challenging hiking, Inca ruins, cultural interaction

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  10. Espiritu Pampa Trek: Map Stone

    Espiritu Pampa, The Last City of the Incas

    $3037.00

    Trek to the true last city of the Incas, Espiritu Pampa, through remote cloudforest and lush Andes before finishing your adventure at Machu Picchu.

    Trip Length: 12 Days
    Destinations: Espiritu Pampa & Machu Picchu, Peru
    Lodging: 3 -Star hotels & comfortable tent camping
    Activities: Moderately difficult trek, Inca ruins, cultural tour

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  11. Waterfall on Trek to Cotahuasi River

    Raft the Rio Cotahuasi in the World's Deepest Canyon

    $2867.00

    A thrilling expedition way off the beaten path into the world's deepest canyon to raft some of best whitewater in Peru; suitable only for experienced rafters.

    Trip Length: 10 Days
    Destinations: Cotahuasi River & Arequipa, Peru
    Lodging: 3 -Star hotel & comfortable tent camping
    Activities: Extreme whitewater rafting (IV - V), Inca ruins

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  12. Lake Titicaca to Cusco by Mountain Bike

    Back Roads of the Andes Titicaca to Cusco by Mountain Bike

    $2295.00

    Bike from the world's highest navigable lake to the Lost City of the Incas on this challenging crosscountry bike journey across the Altiplano to Machu Picchu.

    Trip Length: 12 Days
    Destinations: Lake Titicaca, Sacred Valley, & Machu Picchu, Peru
    Lodging: 3 -Star lodges and comfortable tent camping
    Activities: Mountain biking, Inca ruins, cultural tour

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  13. Enjoying the Inca Stairs - Single Track Heaven Downhill Mountain Biking

    Single Track Heaven Downhill Mountain Biking

    $1193.00

    Why hike before seeing Machu Picchu when you can bomb down thrilling and technical singletrack for days on end?

    Trip Length: 9 Days
    Destinations: Cusco, Sacred Valley, & Machu Picchu, Peru
    Lodging: 3 -Star Haciendas, lodges, or hotels
    Activities: Mountain biking, Inca ruins, cultural tour

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  14. Apurimac River

    Rio Apurimac Rafting Only

    $734.00

    One of the world's best whitewater rafting trips perfect for seasoned river rats or thrill-seeking novices; close to Cusco, but still very remote.

    Trip Length: 3 or 4 Days
    Destination: Apurimac River (Granite Canyon), Peru
    Lodging: Comfortable tent camping
    Activities: Whitewater rafting (IV - V), camping

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  15. Lares Trek and Machu Picchu

    Lares Trek and Machu Picchu

    $1245.00

    Trekking off the beaten path and still visiting Machu Picchu has always been tricky, but the Lares Valley trek offers this rare combination to travelers looking for an authentic Peruvian experience.

    Trip Length: 5 Days
    Destination: Cusco, Lares Valley, Machu Picchu
    Lodging: Comfortable tent camping, local hotels
    Activites: Moderately difficult multi-day trekking, visiting Inca ruins

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  16. Inca Trail Only: Tents

    Inca Trail Only

    $1506.00

    The classic Inca Trail with a slightly different itinerary to avoid the typical crowded campsites and stay a bit longer at Machu Picchu.

    Trip Length: 5 Days
    Destination: Inca Trail, Machu Picchu
    Lodging: Very comfortable tent camping
    Activities: moderately difficult multi-day trekking, visiting Inca ruins

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  17. Arequipa & the Colca Canyon

    Arequipa and the Colca Canyon

    $580.00

    This is a unique way to experience Arequipa & the Colca Canyon without the crowds of tourists.

    Trip Length: 4 or 5 Days
    Destination: Colca Canyon & Arequipa Peru
    Lodging: First-Class lodge & hotel
    Activities: Nature sight-seeing, walking, wildlife viewing

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  18. Huchuy Cusco Trek

    Huchuy Cusco Trek

    $88.00

    Before visiting Machu Picchu, this is a rewarding and challenging short trek into the little-visited, extentive Huchuy Cusco ruins. Available as an extension to a longer trip, only.

    Trip Length:
    2 Days
    Destination: Huchuy Cusco ruins & Sacred Valley, Peru
    Lodging: Comfortable tent camping
    Activities: Challening hikes, camping, Inca ruins

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  19. Machu Picchu & Sacred Valley Trekking

    Machu Picchu and Sacred Valley Trekking

    $1474.00

    A series of day hikes in the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu, with comfortable hotel lodging at night; a comfortable alternative to the normal Inca trail and other camping treks.

    Trip Length: 8 Days
    Destination: Cusco, the Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu
    Lodging: 3 Star Hotels (upgrades available)
    Activities: Moderate to Difficult Hiking, Inca ruins

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  20. Machu Picchu

    Cusco, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and Machu Picchu

    $1196.00

    See Machu Picchu, but don't miss the highlights of Southern Peru. A good option for those short on time or for combining with a trip to the Galapagos.

    Length: 5 Days
    Destination: Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cusco - Peru
    Lodging: 3-star hotels 
    Activities: indigenous markets, Inca ruins, optional hiking

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