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10-day Tour from Lima: Amazon Jungle, Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca
See Peru's most spectacular natural and archaeological wonders on an exciting 10-day tour. Explore the country's cosmopolitan capital, Lima, before setting out for the Amazon Jungle, where you'll bed down in thatched-roof bungalows and enjoy days embarking on jungle treks and seeking out native howler monkeys and sloths. Next up is Cusco―once capital of the Inca Empire and entryway to both the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu, each of which you'll have ample time to experience. Then its off to Lake Titicaca and a visit to its manmade Uro islands.
Discover the Amazon Jungle, Lake Titicaca, Machu Picchu and much more during a 10-day, 9-night tour from Lima
Spot toucans, macaws, monkeys, caimans and more during a stay at a lodge in the Amazon Jungle
Explore the history of the Incas and their amazing feats of engineering in Cusco and the surrounding Sacred Valley
Make an unforgettable visit to the mountaintop UNESCO World Heritage site of Machu Picchu
Experience the unique floating islands and Andean culture of Lake Titicaca
I have enjoyed this tour and it was as described on Viator . I loved the amazon and Lake Titicaca so much . the only flow back in th eMachi Picchu tour was the tour guide Ricardo was not informed and did not show interest to explain especially we were in Machu Picchu!!! I have asked him several times to talk and explain the things to us , but he was of a type that he just want us to see with out explanations!!!
This experience was amazing but not with out bumps along the way
, Jan 2019
Lima- We stayed at the Hotel Antigua Mira Flores . Do not miss out on this hidden gem . The hotel is filled with beauty and the staff are friendly and helpful . The beds are comfortable and the breakfast was delicious They made sure are stay was magical . There is a restaurant by the name of La Traviata close by with the amazing food and waitstaff. PUERTO MALDONADO- We stayed at the CORTOMALTES which is a must. The staff are wonderful, accommodating and a delight to be around. We got to be apart of so many animal encounters( jaguar, anaconda, different kinds of monkeys and insects ) Our guide was very knowledgeable. The one thing I want everyone to be aware of is that you wear used mud boots so you need to have with you long socks to cover your legs. I got a rash which I call jungle rot( athletes foot to the legs) . Do not miss this part of the trip it was beyond amazing.CUSCO- Is beyond beautiful . We chose to stay at the Tika Wasi . They gave us a room with a view of the city and when we couldn't sleep because the beds where so uncomfortable they did change the mattress immediately for us. On Christmas eve night the whole town set off millions of fire works and from our view it was a sight i've never seen. The bad part about this hotel is that you hear the cars going bye all the time and the food is not that great as a matter of fact the only place we found with great food there was the Fallen Angel. The city walking tour was great but it is a long full day and we didn't have the kindest of guides . He rushed us and left us when we had questions on things. Viator and cultural Immersion did not mention that traveling around Christmas a lot of the chapels would be closed to the public.We spent three days of our trip in Cusco but I wish someone would have pointed out how beautiful Ollantaytambo was.We would have loved to stay a night there. We had little time to see anything and we didn't get to go explore the ruins there. The lunch they provided for us on the ride from Cusco to Ollantaytambo was out of this world and by far the best food we had our whole trip. MACHU PICCHUAguas Calientes -Beautiful and the weather was great the whole time. We stayed at the Ferre hotel -comfy beds and great food. They provided us with a room that looked out over the river. We had problems on our trip of not being met at our pick up spots. PUNO- Do not stay at LA HACIENDA PLAZA DE ARMAS as beautiful as it is its very noisy till 4am due to disco near by.TITICACA-Amazing.
This 10 day trip included everything that I wanted to see in Peru. We went in late June - early July so the weather was perfect. I was nervous about it being too cold, but it wasn't. The Amazon was hot and no AC. I took the advice from a previous comment and went with the upgrade rooms. The entire trip is planned from beginning to end without having to find tourist companies. The three different tour guides spoke English pretty well. During our stay in Cuzcos and Machu Picchu we had Miguel all to ourselves and loved it. All of the shuttlea and transfers were prearranged and on time. What amazes me most was that they always sent a guide along on the transportation, which was great so they could help with any questions or problems. Make sure you print out all confirmations, vouchers, and itineraries and have them with you at all times. At all pick ups a sign is held up with your name, but one time the hotel didn't, and we didn't know where to go. Somewhat panicked because we didn't have our paperwork with us, we called Roma, our contact on Peru at 7:00 at night. She called the hotel and the steward came back to get us. Roma even met us Cuzcos and gave us a gift. She was great to correspond with prior to the trip with questions. I felt that the cost of the trip was very reasonable for what was included- most meals, transportation, entrance fees, tour guides, and nice hotels. You so have to pay for your domestic flights from Lima to Puerto Maldonado, Puerto Maldonado to Cuzco, Juliaca back to Luna. It was around $300 additional dollars and Roma set them up for us. We squeezed a lot onto 10 days,, but the traveling was necessary to see everything that I wanted.