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Escorted Inca Trail and Lake Titicaca tour

Prices start from US$2200 per person based on two (single supplements apply) and are based on fixed group departures as outlined below. The price includes accommodation at selected 3* and 4* hotels with breakfast included, all food and camping equipment on the Inca Trail and all internal flights.

This price does not include the international air fare and associated taxes.

2005 Fixed group departure tours:

Apr 3rd - 16th
May 1st - 14th
June 2nd - 15th
July 3rd - 16th
Aug 2nd - 15th
Sep 4th - 17th
Oct 4th - 17th
Nov 3rd - 16th
Dec 13th - 26th

2006 Fixed group departure tours:

Mar 5th - Mar 18th
Apr 11th - Apr 24th
May 14th - May 27th
Jun 18th - Jul 1st
Jul 23rd - Aug 5th
Sep 3rd - Sep 16th
Oct 8th - Oct 21st
Nov 12th - Nov 25th
Dec 13th - Dec 26th

(14 days, 13 nights)Intipunko or Sungate

Day 1: Lima
Arrival in Lima, reception and transfer to a four star hotel.

Day 2: Lima
City tour of Lima including a guided visit to the Cathedral, the Main Square and the San Francisco Catacombs. Transfer to Nazca, travelling through the dramatic coastal deserts of Peru.

Day 3: Nazca Lines
Today we fly over the spectacular Nazca lines, gigantic drawings and figures which are over 2000 years old. Return to Lima. 

Day 4: Puno
Flight to Juliaca. Transfer to Puno, capital of folkloric Peru and lying on the very shores of Lake Titicaca.

Day 5: Lake Titicaca
After breakfast, transfer to the port for a visit of the reed island of Uros on Lake Titicaca. Continue onto Taquile, inhabitants of which are more closely related to the Aymaras rather than the Quechua Incas. Overnight stay on the island of Taquile in local Aymara Indian homes. 

Day 6: Lake Titicaca
Morning on Taquile island and afternoon return to Puno.

Day 7: Cuzco
First class Inca Explorer train to Cuzco, across the imposing Altiplano. Arrival to the ancient capital of the Incas.

Day 8: Sacred Valley
Excursion to Urubamba, the sacred valley of the Incas and to the ancient Inca market of Pisac.  

Day 9: Cuzco
Guided tour of Cuzco including the Inca fortress of Sacsayhuaman. Briefing on the Inca Trail.

Day 10: Cuzco - Chilca
Transfer to Km 88, for the start of the most famous trek in South America. You will cross over the turbulent Vilcanota River, and continue the expedition to the Llactapata archaeological site. You will also visit the archeological sites of Patallacta. 

Day 11: Pacaymayu
The hardest day of the trek ascending Warmiwanusqa, or dead woman's pass at 4200m. Descend to your camp at Pacaymayu. 

Day 12: Winayhuayna
A fabulous day visiting no less than three, gradually more complex archaeological sites before arriving at the marvellous Winayhuayna. 

Day 13: Machu Picchu
Early start to get to the sungate or Intipunko for an unforgettable view of Machu Picchu at Sunrise. Descend to the ruins for a guided tour of the most magnificent ancient city in the world. Return to Cuzco in the afternoon.

Day 14: Lima

Morning free before returning to Lima and onward for your flight home.

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For tours outside of the fixed group departures, please contact us for a personal quote.

Starting June 6th 2005, we have an alternative fixed Peru tour that includes both the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and the Amazon Jungle. Please ask for further details.

For current availability contact us at and we will send you the relevant trip dossier along with a 90 day fixed quote, terms and conditions. Please bear in mind that significant price reductions are available for groups.

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