Southern Cross Westbound - Rio to Lima Brasilien · Argentinien · Peru  U.A.

Southern Cross Westbound - Rio to Lima

  • Staune beim Anblick der mächtigen Iguazú-Fälle
  • Spüre wilden Tieren im Pantanal nach
  • Durchquere die Salar de Uyuni mit Allradfahrzeugen und erlebe die Wildnis der Anden
  • Übernachte bei Einheimischen am Titicaca See
  • Erobere den Inca Trail nach Machu Picchu
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen

39 Tage Brasilien · Argentinien · Peru · Bolivien

ab 4.299 € Anfragen oder buchen

Von den Stränden Ipanemas zu den Höhen der Anden Boliviens - lerne in unglaublichen 39 Tagen die extrem unterschiedliche Landschaften und Kulturen Südamerikas kennen. Erkunde die Feuchtgebiete des Pantanals, die bizarren Landschaften der Salar de Uyuni und lausche dem Donner der Iguassu Wasserfälle. Du reist mit öffentlichen Bussen und triffst Einheimische - der beste Weg sich dem Alltag der Region anzunähern und eine Erfahrung, die nur wenige Reisende kennenlernen. Erlebe Peru, Brasilien und Bolivien abseits der touristischen Pfade - ein lebendiger Querschnitt von Südamerika.

1. Tag: Rio de Janeiro
Ankunft zu jeder Zeit möglich.

2.-6. Tag: Ilha Grande / Paraty
Transfer per Minibus und Fähre zur Ilha Grande. Freizeit für Wanderungen und Spaziergängen über die Insel, um die Strände zu erkunden. Weiterfahrt mit dem Minibus zur Kolonialstadt Paraty. Optionaler Besuch einer Cachaça-Destillerie oder Bootstour zu nahegelegenen Stränden.

7.-11. Tag: Iguazú-Wasserfälle / Bonito
Transfer nach São Paulo und Flug zu den Iguazú-Wasserfällen. Du besuchst die argentinische und brasilianische Seite der Wasserfälle. Du kannst optional eine Bootsfahrt am Fuße der Fälle unternehmen. Danach geht es mit dem Nachtbus nach Bonito. Optional kannst du dort im kristallklaren Wasser schnorcheln oder die nahe gelegenen Höhlen und Wasserfälle erkunden.

12.-15. Tag: Pantanal / Santa Cruz / La Paz
2-tägiger Ausflug in die Feuchtgebiete des Pantanals mit einem einheimischen Guide. Möglichkeit, Affen, Papageien, Riesenottern und Kaimane zu beobachten. Mit dem Nachtzug geht es nach Santa Cruz in Bolivien. Nimm einen Flug in die Hauptstadt Boliviens. Spaziere durch ihre Straßen und besuche den berühmten „Hexenmarkt“.

16.-18. Tag: Sucre
Flug nach Sucre. Optional kannst du die Dinosaurierspuren in der Nähe der Stadt besichtigen oder die schöne Kolonialstadt entdecken.

19 Tag: Potosí
Busfahrt nach Potosí. Optionaler Besuch einer Silbermine oder Zeit, die Stadt zu entdecken.

20.-23. Tag: Uyuni / Ausflug in die Salzebene
3-tägige Allradexkursion in der Salar de Uyuni und die Wüste des Altiplano mit ihren spektakulären Landschaften. An Tag 23 Fahrt mit dem Nachtzug nach La Paz.

24.-25. Tag: La Paz
Ankunft in La Paz. Optionale Stadtrundfahrt und freie Zeit, die Märkte und engen Gassen zu entdecken.

26. Tag: La Paz/Tiahuanaco
Der Besuch der prä-inkanischen Ruinen von Tiahuanaco ist inbegriffen.

27. Tag: Puno
Busfahrt über den Altiplano in die peruanische Stadt Puno an den Ufern des Titicaca Sees.

28.-29. Tag: Titicaca See / Insel Amantani
Besuch der schwimmenden Inseln der Uros und Führung auf den Titicaca See mit Übernachtung bei einer Gastfamilie. Optionaler Besuch der Sillustani-Grabstätten.

30.-31. Tag: Cusco
Fahrt nach Cusco. Der nächste Tag steht dir zur freien Verfügung und du kannst die Museen der Stadt und lokale Märkte erkunden. Optionale Stadtrundfahrt.

32. Tag: Heiliges Tal / Ollantaytambo
Ganztägige geführte Besichtigung des Heiligen Tals und der Ruinen von Ollantaytambo sowie Besuch eines Planeterra Weberei-Projektes in einer lokalen Gemeinde. Besuche zum Mittagessen das Planeterra Sacred Valley Community Restaurant in Huchuy Qosco, ein einheimisches Dorf. Möglichkeiten zum Einkauf auf einem lokalen Markt.

33.-36. Tag: Inca Trail / Machu Picchu
4-tägige geführte Wanderung auf dem Inca Trail zu Machu Picchu. Option, vor der Rückkehr nach Cusco die Inka-Brücke zu besichtigen.

37. Tag: Cusco
Freizeit, Cusco zu entdecken oder zu entspannen. Optional kannst du raften, reiten oder mit dem Mountainbike fahren.

38. Tag: Lima
Flug nach Lima. Optionale Stadtrundfahrt oder Freizeit, die Stadt auf eigene Faust zu entdecken.

39. Tag: Lima
Abreise zu jeder Zeit möglich. Wir empfehlen, vor und nach dem Trip eine Unterkunft in der Stadt zu buchen, um diese lebendigen Städte richtig zu erkunden.

Leistungen enthalten

  • Südamerika Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transporte, Unterkünfte und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • Inlandsflüge
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen laut Reiseverlauf:
    • Besuch der Jukil Gemeinde
    • Besuch beim Weberinnenprojekt in der lokalen Gemeinde Ccaccaccollo
    • Parwa Community Restaurant im Heiligen Tal
    • Gastfamilie am Titicaca See
    • Besuch der Iguazú-Fälle (Brasilien und Argentinien)
    • Ausflug zur Tierwelt des Pantanals (2-tägig)
    • Allradausflug in der Salar de Uyuni (3-tägig)
    • Besuch der schwimmenden Inseln der Uros
    • Geführter Ausflug auf dem Titicaca See
    • Geführte Besichtigung des Heiligen Tals
    • Töpfereivorführung
    • Wanderung nach Ollantaytambo und Besuch der Speichern
    • Wanderung auf dem Inka Trail mit lokalem Guide, Koch und Trägern (4 Tage)
    • Führung durch Machu Picchu

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder
  • Reiseversicherungen

Unterbringung

26x Standard-Hotel
4x Nachtbus
3x Camping
1x Gastfamilie
2x einfaches Hotel während der Durchquerung des Salar de Uyuni (Mehrbettzimmer)
2x Hängematten in Großraumzelten im Pantanal (Mehrbettzimmer)

Die Unterbringung erfolgt im Doppelzimmer. Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit einem/einer weiteren gleichgeschlechtlichen Reiseteilnehmer/in.

Gegen Aufpreis ist auch die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar (keine Einzelunterbringung im Nachtbus, im Nachtzug, im Salar de Uyuni, beim Camping, bei der Gastfamilie und im Pantanal möglich). EZ-Zuschlag: 1019 Euro.

Verpflegung


33x Frühstück
9x Mittagessen
8x Abendessen

Plane 1170-1525 USD für nicht inbegriffene Mahlzeiten ein.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter während des gesamten Trips, spezieller Inca-Trail-Guide, lokale Guides

Transportarten

Bahn, öffentlicher Bus, Flugzeug, Zu Fuß, Allradfahrzeug

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

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Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

Folgende Ausflüge kannst du gegen Aufpreis direkt zu deiner Buchung hinzufügen:

Radtour auf der „Todesstraße“: Ab 100 Euro
Hol dir deinen Adrenalinkick bei der Fahrt auf der „gefährlichsten Straße der Welt.“ Die Tour beginnt hoch in den Anden auf 4.700 m und führt über die steile und enge Bergstraße hinab in den bolivianischen Dschungel. Nichts für schwache Nerven – nur für echte Adrenalinjunkies!

Bootsfahrt zu den Iguazú-Wasserfällen: Ab 60 Euro
Erlebe das Donnern der Iguazú-Wasserfälle unmittelbarer, als du es dir je vorgestellt hättest! Komm an Bord eines Schnellboots und mach dich bereit für eine hautnahe (und sehr, sehr feuchte) Begegnung mit diesem unglaublichen Naturwunder.

Kajakausflug am Titicaca-See: Ab 51 Euro
Deine Reise beginnt frühmorgens mit dem Transfer vom Hotel zum Hafen. Von hier fährst du mit dem Motorboot zweieinhalb Stunden zum Basislager auf der Halbinsel Capachica. Dein Guide erklärt dir das Fahren mit dem Seekajak. Danach paddelst du zur Insel Taquile und kannst unterwegs die Schönheit und Stille des Sees genießen. Nach deiner Ankunft wanderst du zu einem Dorf, wo du ein Mittagessen mit den Einheimischen genießen kannst. Weiter geht es mit dem Motorboot zur Insel Amantaní, wo du deine Gastfamilie für diese Nacht kennenlernst.

Bitte beachte, dass sich die Aktivitäten/Preise jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1: Rio de Janeiro
Arrive at any time. There are no planned activities until the evening welcome meeting. Booking pre- or post-trip accommodation is highly recommended to allow time for activities and to fully experience this vibrant city.
The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore before your welcome meeting, but make sure you’re back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your tour. Please note that normal check-in times apply at our start hotels, but you can usually store your luggage for the day if you arrive early.

Optional Activities:
- Rio Hang Gliding
750BRL per person. Glide like a bird on this exhilarating and inspiring air adventure. Get all the guidance you need to go airborne with your instructor, and take to the skies for an unbeatable experience and amazing views of this incredibly picturesque city. Careful – you may become addicted to the freedom of flying!

- Rio de Janeiro City Tour
210BRL per person. There’s so much to see and do in this vibrant city pulsing with passion, music and the waves of the sea. Take a city tour and visit some of Rio’s hot spots. Visit the art deco statue of Christ the Redeemer atop Corcovado Mountain, the colourful Lapa Steps and the Rio Cathedral. Ride a cable car to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain and marvel at the magnificent views of the bay, city and beaches beyond.

- Rio Football Game
150-200BRL per person. If it's a game day, catch a football match (or some call it soccer). Watch the local cheers for their team and join in the celebrations.

Accommodatio: Royalty Rio Hotel (or similar)

Day 2: Rio de Janeiro/Ilha Grande
Take a bus and ferry to Ilha Grande. Free time for hikes and walks around the island to explore the beaches. From Rio, head south along the Atlantic coast to one of the most picturesque, laid-back islands on the coast, llha Grande. Relax and walk the sandy beaches, or bathe in the warm waters of this island paradise.

Accommodation: Pousada Mata Nativa (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3: Ilha Grande
Ilha Grande is a car-free island surrounded by beautiful nature. Opt to go for a hike, swim or sit at one of the beach bars.

Optional Activities:
- Swimming
Free. Dive in and enjoy the beautiful water of this island paradise.

- Surfing Ilha Grande
40-80BRL per person. Slather on the sunscreen, strap on a leash, pull on a rash guard and get ready to hit the waves. Experience the surf at the beaches off Ilha Grande. Lopes Mendes is a good bet – shallow walk out and steady waves in a drop-dead gorgeous setting. Take a lesson, learn tips and techniques, then hang ten like a local.

- Snorkelling Ilha Grande
Rent a mask and snorkel, pull on some fins and get set to enter the underwater world of colourful tropical fish, shells and all things seaworthy. November through May is Ilha Grande’s best time to snorkel. Hotspots include the Blue Lagoon, Green Lagoon and Abraãzinho Beach. Luxuriate in the warm salt water, look down and, in some cases, see to a depth of 15m (50 ft).

- Lopez Mendez Hike
Grab your bathing suit, slip on your walking shoes and take the hike from Abraão to the beautiful beach of Lopez Mendez. Follow a well-marked trail up and down, through forest and past other beaches. Eat Jack fruit picked along the way. Drink water from a natural spring. Listen to howler monkeys. After 2.5-3 hrs, arrive at the stunning Lopez Mendez beach, where the white powder sand squeaks under foot and the rolling green hills provide a stunning contrast to the turquoise water.

- Ilha Grande Boat Excursion
40BRL per person. From the main village of Vila do Abraão, take a boat tour to some of the best beaches around the island. See tropical fish and cool off in the salt spray of the turquoise waters. Stop to swim and snorkel and pinch yourself for being lucky enough to partake in this tropical piece of paradise. Enjoy the scenery while drinking a caipirinha, Brazil's national drink.

- Hike to Pico do Papagaio
130BRL per person. Enjoy a guided hike from Abraão to Pico do Papagaio, soaking in the scenery along the way. It will take roughly 4 hours to hike up and about 2 hr to hike back down. The 360 degree views from the top are well worth the effort.

- Ilha Grande Diving
Explore one of the world’s largest concentrations of underwater shipwrecks, many lost during pirate battles in the 16th-18th centuries in the waters off Ilha Grande. Dive to see the Pinguino cargo ship as well as the remains of a helicopter near Laja do Mataríz. Discover massive underwater caves, swim with schools of tropical fish and admire the colours of corals and reefs, in the warm salt water where visibility varies from 6-20m (20-66 ft).

- Ilha Grande Biking
Fill your water bottle, rent a bike in Abraão Village and get ready to sweat. Peddle to Preta Beach to see the ruins of the Lazareto, initially a building to quarantine immigrants arriving from Europe, then converted to a prison which operated up until 1994. Follow the Cascade Path to the old Aqueduct (Aqueduto) and imagine it’s 1893 and water is running along the stone structure to supply the Lazareto.

Accommodation: Pousada Mata Nativa (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 4: Ilha Grande/Paraty
Travel up the coast to Paraty and wander the cobblestoned streets of this colonial beach side town.

Accommodation: Refron du Mar Pousada Paraty (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 5: Paraty
Enjoy a free day to explore Paraty. Optional activities include a Caipirinha boat trip, kayaking and horseback riding.
With Paraty's stone streets and colonial architecture still standing, the town has some of the best examples of Portuguese colonial architecture in the world. The town is currently on UNESCO's tentative list to gain World Heritage Centre status. To preserve the historical ambience and walkability of the historic centre, only bicycle and pedestrian traffic are allowed in the area.

Optional Activities:
- Cachaça Distillery Visit
90BRL per person. Tour a cachaça distillery where sugarcane juice is used to create the most popular distilled spirit in Brazil. If it tastes familiar, that's because it's the main ingredient in a Caipirinha, the country’s national cocktail. Often called “Brazilian rum,” cachaça is so popular, it’s produced by 40,000 micro-companies across the country. The blend from Paraty is sweet and salty; taste the sea as you sip this local liquid.

- 4x4 Tour
100BRL per person. Hop in the back of a jeep and hang on for this tropical tour. Enter the Serra da Bocaina National Park, visit waterfalls (great for photos and swimming), and step back in time along the Gold Trail road, constructed by African slaves to transport gold mined inland and transported to Paraty port bound for Portugal.

- Horseback Riding Paraty
120-150BRL per person. Throw on some long pants, grab the reins and hop up on a well-trained horse. Trail ride through the Atlantic rainforest in the mountains around Paraty. Cross rivers and follow trails lined with tropical trees. Reach a lookout and see the village and the water below. Stop at a waterfall and jump in! Let the rushing water massage your muscles then hop back on the horses and gallop home.

- Paraty Boat Tour
100BRL per person. Home to hundreds of pristine islands and idyllic white sand beaches it doesn't get much better than the Costa Verde. Cruise up the coast with a caipirinha in one hand and your camera in the other. Stop along the way to swim in the crystal clear waters or to catch a few rays.

- Kayaking
90BRL per person. See Paraty's from a whole other level—sea level! Check out the spectacular views of the old town and the coastal mountain range and explore otherwise inaccessible mangroves.

- Trindade Day Trip
5BRL per person. Located about 25km (15.5 mi) away from the town of Paraty is the small beach town of Trindade. Walk along the sandy beach, play in the water and opt to go surfing.

- Diving Paraty
Brazil is a diver’s paradise. Its waters include a rich variety of fish, mammals, kelp and coral. Spot brilliantly coloured fish accented against the white sand ocean floor. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins, sea turtles and nurse sharks. Paraty boasts at least 10 locations recommended for SCUBA diving. Explore the waters off islands with exotic names – Cocos, Meros, Deserta – and add an unforgettable underwater adventure to your list of most memorable moments.

Accommodation: Refron du Mar Pousada Paraty (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 6: Paraty
Continue to enjoy the slow pace of Paraty, a colonial town with fantastic architecture, or opt to take a day trip to Trindade to surf and relax on the beach.

Optional Activities:
- Paraty Boat Tour
100BRL per person. Home to hundreds of pristine islands and idyllic white sand beaches it doesn't get much better than the Costa Verde. Cruise up the coast with a caipirinha in one hand and your camera in the other. Stop along the way to swim in the crystal clear waters or to catch a few rays.

- Horseback Riding Paraty
120-150BRL per person. Throw on some long pants, grab the reins and hop up on a well-trained horse. Trail ride through the Atlantic rainforest in the mountains around Paraty. Cross rivers and follow trails lined with tropical trees. Reach a lookout and see the village and the water below. Stop at a waterfall and jump in! Let the rushing water massage your muscles then hop back on the horses and gallop home.

Accommodation: Refron du Mar Pousada Paraty (or similar)

Day 7: Paraty/Foz do Iguaçu
Take a flight to the famous Iguassu Falls. Visit the Brazilian side of the falls to get the best panoramic view. Opt to visit the bird park filled with beautifully coloured local wildlife or enjoy an optional helicopter ride for a birds-eye view of the falls.
Skip the 19 hour journey by land and hop a flight to Iguassu from São Paulo, maximizing your time to enjoy the falls.

Included Activity:
- Iguassu Falls (Brazil Side) Guided Tour
Visit the Brazil side of the falls to get a panoramic view of Iguassu, one of the world's largest and most impressive waterfalls. In total, there are over 275 individual falls spread out over 3km (2 mi). Find the best spot to take jaw-dropping photos of this UNESCO World Heritage site.

Optional Activities:
- Iguassu Falls Bird Park Visit
60BRL per person. Grab a camera and get up and close and personal with macaws, parrots, parakeets, and 150 other species of birds. Located on the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls, the bird park is on 12 acres of native subtropical forest. Enter a huge aviary to see the birds free from cages and nets. Check out other exhibits to view butterflies, alligators, and snakes (boas and anacondas).

- Iguassu Helicopter Ride
460BRL per person. Fly above the roaring cascades of Iguassu falls on a memorable helicopter ride to get a unique view and mind-blowing photo opportunities. Sit back in the comfortable seats, enjoy the ride and let the experienced pilot guide you over the immense falls.

Accommodation: Hotel Del Rey (or similar)

Day 8: Foz do Iguaçu
Experience Iguassu in Argentina by exploring trails and catwalks. Opt to take a boat tour to view the falls from below.
Explore trails that will bring you directly over the falls of the Devil's Throat—the highest and deepest of the falls. Other trails allow access to the stretch of falls across the forest on the Argentine side. Opt to take an inflatable boat to the base of the thundering falls.
If you have booked the Iguassu Falls Boat Ride Extra, you will do it on Day 6 when visiting the Argentine side of the falls. Please be aware, reciprocity fees may apply for Americans, Canadians and Australians when crossing the border into Argentina.

Included Activity:
- Iguassu Falls Visit
Spend the whole day on the Argentina side of Iguassu, exploring the paths over the falls or experience the UNESCO World Heritage site from a boat tour. Tours utilize trails and catwalks adapted to the landscape of the area, and walking is easy for all ages; guided tours of the complex are available several times a day.

Optional Activities:
- Iguassu Falls Boat Tour
70USD per person. Enter the jungle from the “Sendero Yacaratía” and enjoy the panoramic view. Board motorboats that pass through the Lower Canyon of the Iguassu River, and continue onto the falls. After enjoying the view from San Martin Island, sail to “Tres Mosqueteros” to the "Devil's Throat." Sail along the shore before and enjoy the splendour of the San Martin waterfall, a wonderful and unforgettable experience.

- Iguassu Falls Bird Park Visit
60BRL per person. Grab a camera and get up and close and personal with macaws, parrots, parakeets, and 150 other species of birds. Located on the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls, the bird park is on 12 acres of native subtropical forest. Enter a huge aviary to see the birds free from cages and nets. Check out other exhibits to view butterflies, alligators, and snakes (boas and anacondas).

- Iguassu Helicopter Ride
460BRL per person. Fly above the roaring cascades of Iguassu falls on a memorable helicopter ride to get a unique view and mind-blowing photo opportunities. Sit back in the comfortable seats, enjoy the ride and let the experienced pilot guide you over the immense falls.

Accommodation: Hotel Del Rey (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 9: Foz do Iguaçu/Bonito
Leave early for a full travel day to Bonito.

Accommodation: Muito Bonito (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 10: Bonito
Spend time in Bonito with optional activities available like snorkelling in the rivers or exploring the nearby caves and waterfalls.

Optional Activities:
- Bonito Snorkelling
236-280BRL per person. Bonito is famous for the spectacular snorkelling in the beautiful clear water. Marvel at colourful fish.

- Gruta Azul
100BRL per person. Check out the unbelievably blue water of this cave that shimmers in the sunlight. While not visible from the cave, the site was recently discovered to have prehistoric mammal bones from over 12,000 years ago at the bottom of the grotto, saber tooth tigers, giant sloths, and armadillos, oh my!

- Canopy Tour Bonito
160BRL per person. Make your way through a fun tree-top canopy course suspended above the forest. Buckle up your harness, don your helmet, and prepare to launch. Glide along cables suspended high above the forest greenery as you glide past.

- Balneario Municipal
60BRL per person. Enjoy the turquoise waters at this swimming hole, go for a swim, lounge on the banks, or enjoy a game of beach volleyball at the nearby facilities.

- Cave Rappelling & Snorkelling
700BRL per person. Harness up and abseil down 70 meters down into a large cave. Once inside, jump in the water (with a wetsuit of course) to get another view of these impressive geological formations from below the surface with a mask and snorkel.

- Waterfall Tour
210BRL per person. Enjoy a guided hike through lush forest to multiple of Bonito's waterfalls, cool off with a refreshing dip along the way.

Accommodation: Muito Bonito (or similar)

Day 11: Bonito
Enjoy another free day to explore Bonito.

Optional Activities:
- Bonito Snorkelling
236-280BRL per person. Bonito is famous for the spectacular snorkelling in the beautiful clear water. Marvel at colourful fish.

- Canopy Tour Bonito
160BRL per person. Make your way through a fun tree-top canopy course suspended above the forest. Buckle up your harness, don your helmet, and prepare to launch. Glide along cables suspended high above the forest greenery as you glide past.

- Gruta Azul
100BRL per person. Check out the unbelievably blue water of this cave that shimmers in the sunlight. While not visible from the cave, the site was recently discovered to have prehistoric mammal bones from over 12,000 years ago at the bottom of the grotto, saber tooth tigers, giant sloths, and armadillos, oh my!

- Balneario Municipal
60BRL per person. Enjoy the turquoise waters at this swimming hole, go for a swim, lounge on the banks, or enjoy a game of beach volleyball at the nearby facilities.

- Cave Rappelling & Snorkelling
700BRL per person. Harness up and abseil down 70 meters down into a large cave. Once inside, jump in the water (with a wetsuit of course) to get another view of these impressive geological formations from below the surface with a mask and snorkel.

- Waterfall Tour
210BRL per person. Enjoy a guided hike through lush forest to multiple of Bonito's waterfalls, cool off with a refreshing dip along the way.

Accommodation: Muito Bonito (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 12: Bonito/Pantanal
Journey into the Pantanal, a perfect place to experience the wildlife of Brazil. Enjoy a 2-day excursion into the wetlands with a local guide.
Experience the Pantanal, an immense wetland area famed for its profuse wildlife. A 2-day excursion allows visitors to fully appreciate the natural beauty of the area.

Included Activity:
- Pantanal Wildlife Excursion
The Pantanal, a largely flat, wetland area about half the size of France, is still one of the best places on the continent for observing wildlife. The area is rich in bird life, including beautiful and colourful macaws and Jabiru storks. With luck and appropriate weather you may spot capivara (capybara), howler monkeys, caiman, giant river otters, anacondas, and anteaters.

Accommodation: Hammocks - Pousada Sao Joao (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13: Pantanal
Full day of exploring the Pantanal. Try piranha fishing or horseback riding. Opportunities to spot wildlife such as monkeys, macaws, giant otters and caiman.

Included Activity:
- Pantanal Wildlife Excursion
The Pantanal, a largely flat, wetland area about half the size of France, is still one of the best places on the continent for observing wildlife. The area is rich in bird life, including beautiful and colourful macaws and Jabiru storks. With luck and appropriate weather you may spot capivara (capybara), howler monkeys, caiman, giant river otters, anacondas, and anteaters.

Accommodation: Hammocks - Pousada Sao Joao (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14: Pantanal/Santa Cruz de la Sierra
Leave the Pantanal and head for the border. Board an overnight bus to Santa Cruz, Bolivia. From the frontier town of Corumbá, Brazil, cross into Bolivia. From here, an overnight bus heads to Santa Cruz.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 15: Santa Cruz de la Sierra/La Paz
Hop on a flight and get to the capital city of Bolivia. Wander the streets and visit the famous Witches' Market.

Optional Activities:
- Witches' Market Visit
Learn more about the pre-Columbian Aymara beliefs at the Witches' Market. You can witness locals buying products such as dried frogs, potions, and talismans for use in rituals and offerings.

- Valley of the Moon Tour
150BOB per person. Tour the lunar landscape of the Valley of the Moon, observe the clay formations carved into the landscape by years of erosion.

- La Paz City Tour
90BOB per person. Explore the city on a guided tour. Check out stunning cathedrals, impressive museums, and lively markets, learning more about the history of this fascinating city. Look for majestic Mt Illimani in the background.

Accommodation: Hotel Las Brisas (or similar)

Day 16: La Paz/Sucre
Spend the morning exploring the city before boarding an afternoon flight to Sucre and explore this beautiful colonial city or opt to go hiking in the surrounding area.

Optional Activities:
- Mountain Biking
Take a guided mountain biking trip on the outskirts of Sucre and explore more of this beautiful region.

- Hiking
Head out of town, take in some fresh air, and explore this scenic area by foot.

- Dinosaur Tracks Excursion
Get ready to get up close and personal with the prehistoric times: Sucre is home to one of the world's largest collections of dinosaur footprints made some 68 million years ago. Discover more than 5,000 footprints perfectly preserved footprints in the Cal Orck’o cliff just outside the city centre. See the world's longest trail -- 347m (1138 ft) -- left by a baby Tyrannosaurus Rex now affectionately known as 'Johnny Walker'.

- Sunday Tarabuco Market
40BOB per person. On a Sunday morning, the Tarabuco market offers a glimpse into daily Bolivian life and the diversity of its people. Where indigenous groups from the surrounding area gather on Sundays to sell their goods.

Accommodation: Independencia (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Days 17–18: Sucre
Spend two days exploring all that Sucre has to offer.

Optional Activities:
- Dinosaur Tracks Excursion
Get ready to get up close and personal with the prehistoric times: Sucre is home to one of the world's largest collections of dinosaur footprints made some 68 million years ago. Discover more than 5,000 footprints perfectly preserved footprints in the Cal Orck’o cliff just outside the city centre. See the world's longest trail -- 347m (1138 ft) -- left by a baby Tyrannosaurus Rex now affectionately known as 'Johnny Walker'.

- Mountain Biking
Take a guided mountain biking trip on the outskirts of Sucre and explore more of this beautiful region.

- Hiking
Head out of town, take in some fresh air, and explore this scenic area by foot.

- Sunday Tarabuco Market
40BOB per person. On a Sunday morning, the Tarabuco market offers a glimpse into daily Bolivian life and the diversity of its people. Where indigenous groups from the surrounding area gather on Sundays to sell their goods.

Accommodation: Independencia (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 19: Sucre/Potosí
Journey from Sucre to Potosí. Spend the afternoon exploring the city.

Optional Activities:
- Silver Mine Tour
150BOB per person. Take the opportunity to visit a working silver mine and learn more about the process of extraction and working conditions faced by as much as half of the people who live and mine in Potosí. Bring a bandana and wear protective gear (boots, helmet and headlamp) as you head deep into the bowels of Cerro Rico (Rich Hill).

- Casa de la Moneda
40BOB per person. Learn about the first global currency at this renowned National Mint museum.

Accommodation: Hotel Gran Libertador (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 20: Potosí/Uyuni
Head south to Uyuni, the starting point for the salt flats excursion.

Accommodation: Hotel Samay Wasi (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 21: Uyuni/Salar de Uyuni
Enjoy a 3-day 4x4 excursion to the Uyuni Salt Flats and surrounding desert altiplano, with spectacular scenery. Last stop for the evening is a G Adventures-supported community lodge in a traditional agricultural village in the heart of a desert oasis.
Travel through the Bolivian landscape to the town of Uyuni. Despite its isolation and challenging climate (cold and blustery most of the year), the town of Uyuni has earned the nickname of Hija Predilecta de Bolivia (Bolivia’s Favourite Daughter).
It is also the starting point for our 2-night excursion through the spectacular Salar de Uyuni (Uyuni Salt Flats) in 4x4 vehicles.
Settle in to your supported community salt-brick bungalow, complete with salt floors and furniture, after a guided walking tour up to the sacred Jukil mountaintop for sweeping valley views and a dinner of local ingredients prepared by ladies from the community.
During the rainy season the locations visited may change due to some routes being covered by water.

Included Activity:
- Salar de Uyuni
Spend three days in the stunning landscape between the Salar de Uyuni and the Atacama Desert in Chile. Enter a world unlike anything else as we drive across the salt flats; the piercing blue sky contrasts against the blinding white of the flat salt beds. Take memorable photos of the unusual landscape complete with mountains, active volcanoes, geysers, and boiling mud pools. Visit the red lagoon of Laguna Colorada and enjoy the uniqueness of this region.

Accommodation: Jukil Community Lodge Agencha (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 22: Salar de Uyuni
Continue to discover the Uyuni Salt Flats on a 4x4 excursion.

Included Activity:
- Salt Flats Excursion
Spend three days in the stunning landscape between the Salar de Uyuni and the Atacama Desert in Chile. Enter a world unlike anything else as we drive across the salt flats; the piercing blue sky contrasts against the blinding white of the flat salt beds. Take memorable photos of the unusual landscape complete with mountains, active volcanoes, geysers, and boiling mud pools. Visit the red lagoon of Laguna Colorada and enjoy the uniqueness of this region.

Accommodation: Quetana (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 23: Salar de Uyuni/Uyuni
Enjoy a final day of exploring the Uyuni Salt Flats before boarding an overnight bus back to La Paz .

Included Activity:
- Salt Flats Excursion
Spend three days in the stunning landscape between the Salar de Uyuni and the Atacama Desert in Chile. Enter a world unlike anything else as we drive across the salt flats; the piercing blue sky contrasts against the blinding white of the flat salt beds. Take memorable photos of the unusual landscape complete with mountains, active volcanoes, geysers, and boiling mud pools. Visit the red lagoon of Laguna Colorada and enjoy the uniqueness of this region.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 24: La Paz
Enjoy a free day in the capital, walk along the winding streets, shop in the markets and enjoy the nightlife. For the thrill seekers opt to bike the famous "death road".
Spend the day exploring and shopping in the many markets of the city -- it is an especially good place to buy textiles and leatherwork. Visit the Witches' Market or take one of the several optional excursions available.

Optional Activities:
- Witches' Market Visit
Learn more about the pre-Columbian Aymara beliefs at the Witches' Market. You can witness locals buying products such as dried frogs, potions, and talismans for use in rituals and offerings.

- Chacaltaya Visit
Chacaltaya (Aymara for 'cold road') is a mountain in the Cordillera Real, part of the beautiful Bolivian Andes.

- Valley of the Moon Tour
150BOB per person. Tour the lunar landscape of the Valley of the Moon, observe the clay formations carved into the landscape by years of erosion.

- La Paz City Tour
90BOB per person. Explore the city on a guided tour. Check out stunning cathedrals, impressive museums, and lively markets, learning more about the history of this fascinating city. Look for majestic Mt Illimani in the background.

- Death Road Biking Adventure
115USD per person. Get your adrenaline pumping as you soar down the 'world's most dangerous road.' Start high up in the Andes at 4,700m (15,420 ft) and wind your way down this steep, narrow road on the mountainside into the depths of the Bolivian jungle. This is not one for the faint of heart, adrenaline junkies only!

Accommodation: Hotel Las Brisas (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 25: La Paz
Enjoy another exciting day in the Bolivian city.

Optional Activity:
- Witches' Market Visit
Learn more about the pre-Columbian Aymara beliefs at the Witches' Market. You can witness locals buying products such as dried frogs, potions, and talismans for use in rituals and offerings.

- Valley of the Moon Tour
150BOB per person. Tour the lunar landscape of the Valley of the Moon, observe the clay formations carved into the landscape by years of erosion.

- La Paz City Tour
90BOB per person. Explore the city on a guided tour. Check out stunning cathedrals, impressive museums, and lively markets, learning more about the history of this fascinating city. Look for majestic Mt Illimani in the background.

Accommodation: Hotel Las Brisas (or similar)

Day 26: La Paz
Visit the pre-Incan ruins of Tiahuanaco. Little is known about the Tiahuanaco people who constructed the great ceremonial centre on the southern shore of Lake Titicaca over 1000 years ago. Spend most of the day visiting these mysterious ruins—a cradle of Incan civilization—before returning to La Paz.

Included Activity:
- Tiahuanaco Ruins Visit
Enjoy a visit to this spectacular pre-Colombian archaeological site. It was the capital of an empire that extended into Peru and Chile from 300 to 1000 AD. Check out the fantastic buildings, architecture, sculptures and carvings firsthand and get a taste of an era long gone.

Accommodation: Hotel Las Brisas (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 27: La Paz/Puno
Travel by bus through the altiplano, crossing the border to the Peruvian city of Puno, on the shores of Lake Titicaca.
Peru is made up of three main geographical areas: the Andes, the Amazon, and the desert coastal area.
Enjoy spectacular views of the countryside on a full day of travel from La Paz, around Lake Titicaca, and on to Puno.

Accommodation: Balsa Inn (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 28: Puno/Lago Titicaca
Enjoy a guided tour of Lake Titicaca with a homestay in a small village. Head out by boat across Lake Titicaca. Visit the community on the Taquile Islands and stop at a restaurant and enjoy a local lunch with spectacular views.
After, cruise to the another village (this can vary based on community availability) for an overnight homestay on the shores of the lake. This experience provides an opportunity to learn more about rural life in the Peruvian highlands and to participate in local traditions. Eat with the family, pick up some Quecha and Spanish language skills, try on traditional costumes, and help out with daily chores around the village.

Included Activity:
- Lake Titicaca Guided Boat Tour Day 1
Board a boat on Lake Titicaca and head to Taquile Island for a delicious Peruvian lunch at a restaurant followed by some shopping at the local weaving cooperatives. (Taquileños are known for their fine handwoven textiles and clothing, men are taught how to knit around age five and they create the majority of the textiles.) After, enjoy an overnight stay with a host family and a chance to learn about life on the islands.

Accommodation: Amantani Homestay (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 29: Lago Titicaca/Puno
Visit the floating islands of Uros before returning to Puno. Opt to visit the Sillustani burial site.
Leave the homestay families late in the morning and visit the Uros Islands on the way back to Puno. A popular optional activity in Puno is a visit to the spectacular chullpas (funerary towers) of Sillustani, a pre-Inca archaeological site only a short drive away.

Included Activity:
- Uros Floating Islands Visit
Take a tour of these unique islands. Learn about the buoyant totora reeds that grow in the shallows of Lake Titicaca used to make everything from the islands themselves to the boats the islanders use for transportation (if constructed well, they last up to six months ). Find out from locals how the islands are constructed; as the layers closest to the water start to rot, they are replaced with fresh reeds on top.

- Lake Titicaca Guided Boat Tour Day 2
Spend the morning with the homestay families, then depart after lunch. Visit the floating islands of Uros on the way back, and learn about the unique lifestyle of the locals. Meet residents and learn how they built the islands with totora reeds, which are also used to make their homes, boats, crafts (and are also edible!).

Optional Activities:
- Sillustani Burial Towers Entrance
45PEN per person. Take a guided tour of the Sillustani burial towers known as "chullpas." Be awed by these fantastic ruins located outside Puno – their remarkable towers stretch up to 12m (39 ft) in height.

- Lake Titicaca Kayaking
59USD per person. Take to the waters of the highest navigable body of water in the world, Lake Titicaca, and paddle out to Laquina Island. Get a glimpse into local island life before heading back across the lake to Puno.

Accommodation: Balsa Inn (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 30: Puno/Cusco
Hop on the bus for a full day's drive to Cusco.

The bus trip from Puno to Cusco takes the better part of the day, with stark, beautiful scenery en route as you travel through the high Altiplano region. Check out a bit of Cusco, find a spot for dinner, or get prepared to head into the Sacred Valley.

Accommodation: Cusco Pardo Hotel (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 31: Cusco
Enjoy a free day to explore the city's museums and local markets. Opt for a city tour to see some of the ruins as well.
While most ruins are just outside of the city, the main ruin within is that of the Coricancha, once the Inca Empire's richest temple. It forms the base of the colonial church of Santo Domingo. There are several good museums in Cusco, including the Archaeological Museum, which also houses a small art museum, the Regional History Museum, and the Religious Art Museum.

Optional Activities:
- Whitewater Rafting Urubamba
165PEN per person. Rise for an early morning pick up and drive to Chuquicahuana for a safety briefing. Enjoy a full day of rafting on the Upper Vilcanota River (about 2.5 hrs on the water). Be thrilled by fast rapids that are a constant Class III and IV for around 11km (9 mi), and don’t forget to take in the gorgeous scenery. Rehash all the excitement afterward over a riverside picnic lunch.

- Cusco Tourist Ticket
130PEN per person. This ticket allows admission at 16 sights of the city of Cusco including many popular museums and cathedrals, the ticket also provides entrance to Sacsayhuaman Archaeological Park, and sights in the South Valley of Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

- Cusco City Tour
45PEN per person. Enjoy a half-day tour of Cusco's main sights. Walk around the Plaza de Armas (main square) and explore this city steeped in one of the world's most alluring and ancient cultures. Visit Qenqo, Koricancha, the Cathedral, Puca Pucara, Tambomachay, and the archaeological site of Sacsaywaman.

- Inka Museum
10PEN per person. Get ready to explore the artifacts from the Inca Empire, including mummies, jewelry, skulls, and ceramics at this museum of archaeology.

- Rainbow Mountain Hike - Full-day Trip
50USD per person. Lookout over these colourful Andean mountains striped with maroon, turquoise, lavender, and gold. The sediment, elevation, and proximity to the ocean create a landscape that has to be seen to be believed. Get started early to drive to the starting point of this challenging, yet rewarding full-day hike. Reaching 5,029m (16,500 ft) this is no walk in the park, but these unique mountains do not disappoint.

Accommodation: Cusco Pardo Hotel (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 32: Cusco/Ollantaytambo
Enjoy a full-day guided tour of the Sacred Valley. Stop at the supported women's weaving co-op before visiting a local pottery making community. Break for lunch at the G Adventures-supported Parwa community restaurant in Huchuy Qosco. After lunch, opt to head out on a hike to the Ollantaytambo storehouses and look out over the ruins. Or, wander around the cobblestone streets and visit a local Chicheria (corn beer bar).
Travel through the stunning Sacred Valley of the Incas, visiting a supported women's weaving co-op. Meet the women and learn about traditional weaving and dyeing. Opt to pick up some handmade souvenirs and textiles directly from the women who made them.
Have lunch at the supported Parwa community restaurant. Learn about the for Good project and eat a delicious buffet-style lunch. Proceeds of this meal go directly back to the remote community.

Included Activity:
- Cuyo Chico Pottery Making Demonstration
In the rural village of Cuyo Chico in the Sacred Valley, a group of families joined together to create a small business based on their traditional adobe ceramic crafts. Using clay from their surroundings, they mold bowls, plates, and all manner of decorations. Learn about the ceramics process as well as the traditional adobe brick-making that forms the basis of houses throughout the valley, all while taking in a spectacular view of the Pisac Ruins. After the demonstration, peruse the items for sale directly from the artisans in their shop.

Optional Activities:
- Sacred Valley Brewery
Delight your tastebuds and sample high-quality beer with the breathtaking Sacred Valley as a backdrop. This craft brewery uses local ingredients to make award-winning brews and gives back to the surrounding communities. What's not to like?

- Ollantaytambo Ruins Visit
Explore this ancient site right in the heart of Ollantaytambo city. Learn about the principles of Incan architecture and get a first taste of climbing around a massive ruins site.

- Ollantaytambo Storehouse Ruins and Hike
Get your blood flowing on a steep hike up to the Pinkuylluna Incan storehouses. Perched on the hill, these ruins provide excellent views of the Sacred Valley and the Ollantaytambo ruins below.

Accommodation: Casa de Mama Valle (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 33: Inca Trail
Depart Ollantaytambo by van to km 82 where the Inca Trail begins. Ease into things with a straight forward day of hiking, the meandering streams, stunning Andean scenery, and ancient Incan ruins will give you plenty to look at.
Trek through beautiful scenery, with a variety of flora that changes with the seasons, passing several smaller ruin sites like Llactapata.
A crew of local porters, cooks, and guides will take care of all the details for the duration of the hike. Porters carry the majority of the gear so you’ll only need to carry a small daypack with water, rain gear, snacks, a camera, etc.

Included Activity:
- Inca Trail Hike
Inca Trail KM 82 – Wayllabamba Camp 5h-6h 11km. Get your blood pumping on this first day of hiking the Inca trail. The trekking is fairly easy and serves as good training for the next few days. Pass rambling rivers and a small village, and enjoy scenic mountain views; it’s just a taste of what’s to come.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 34: Inca Trail
Start early to climb the long steep path to Warmiwañusca, better known as Dead Woman’s Pass. This is the highest point of the trek at 4,198m (13,769 ft). Most hikers reach camp by early afternoon, with ample time to rest and relax.

Included Activity:
- Inca Trail Hike
Wayllabamba Camp – Paqaymayo Camp 6h-7h 12km. Trek over progressively spectacular and steeper terrain on your way to Warmiwañusca (aka Dead Woman’s Pass), the highest point of the trek at 4,198m (13,769ft). Be prepared to face strong Andean weather (blazing sun or cold winds) around the pass. Take the hike slow, and drink lots of water along the way – amazing views are waiting as a reward. Enjoy some ample time to rest and relax after reaching the camp; most campers arrive around early afternoon.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 35: Inca Trail
Cross two more passes and ruins along the way. The first pass is Runquraqay at 3,950m (13,113 ft) where, on a clear day, hikers can catch a glimpse of the snow-capped Cordillera Vilcabamba. Hike through cloud forest on the gentle climb to the second pass of the day, walking through original Incan constructions. The highest point of the pass is 3,700m (12,136 ft). On a clear day, enjoy the spectacular views of the Urubamba Valley.
At 3,650m (11,972 ft), reach the ruins of Phuyupatamarca, the "town above the clouds." Camp here or go another 1.5 hrs to the Wiñay Wayna ruins ("forever young") located at 2,650m (8,694 ft).

Included Activity:
- Inca Trail Hike
Paqaymayo Camp – Wiñaywayna 9h 16km. Cross two passes and more ruins along the Inca Trail on the last full day of hiking. Traverse Runquraway at 3,950m (13,113 ft), and then reach the second pass at 3,700m (12,136 ft). Spot the gorgeous Cordillera Vilcabamba and the Urubamba Valley in the distance on a clear day. Camp at either the Phuyupatamarca ruins or the Wiñay Wayna ruins.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 36: Machu Picchu/Cusco
The final day of the hike starts pre-dawn to reach the Sun Gate before sunrise. Catch the first views of the breathtaking ruins of Machu Picchu on a clear day. Hike down to Machu Picchu for a guided tour of the site and free time to explore until noon as permitted by the tourist ticket. Opt to visit the Inca Bridge, if time allows.
Catch the bus to Aguas Calientes to meet any non-hiking members of your group. Eat and relax before your train back to Cusco in the afternoon.

Included Activity:
Inca Trail Hike
- Wiñaywayna – Machu Picchu 1h30m 4km. Wake around 03:30 to reach the Sun Gate as early as possible. Head to the checkpoint and join the lineup to wait for the gate to open. Catch the first views of the breathtaking ruins of Machu Picchu (fingers crossed for a clear day). Hike down to Machu Picchu (about 45 mins) for a 1.5 hr guided tour of the site, and free time to explore. Opt to visit the Inca Bridge (a 15-min walk one way) for no additional charge, if time allows.
Catch the bus outside the Machu Picchu gate after your visit for a 25-min downhill ride to Aguas Calientes. Eat and relax before the train ride back to Cusco this evening.

- Machu Picchu Guided Tour
Rise and shine – the best time to see the Lost City of the Incas is in the early morning light. Follow the local guide to Machu Picchu to learn about its history at a leisurely pace. Gain local insight into the Inti Mach’ay cave, Inti Watana, the Temple of the Sun, the Temple of the Water, the Temple of the Condor, and the Room of the Three Windows. Take time to sit and feel the energy of this 15th-century site, now both a UNESCO World Heritage site and voted one of the new Seven Wonders of the World (in a worldwide Internet poll).

Optional Activities:
- Inca Bridge Visit
Use any leftover energy from your Machu Picchu hike to visit the Inca Bridge site nearby (thought by some to be a secret back entrance to Machu Picchu). Trek up to the bridge that's cleaving to a 579m (1,900 ft) cliff, and soak in amazing views of cloud forest along the way.

Accommodation: Cusco Pardo Hotel (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 37: Cusco
Enjoy a free day to explore Cusco or relax. Active options include whitewater rafting, horseback riding, and mountain biking.

Optional Activities:
- Whitewater Rafting Urubamba
165PEN per person. Rise for an early morning pick up and drive to Chuquicahuana for a safety briefing. Enjoy a full day of rafting on the Upper Vilcanota River (about 2.5 hrs on the water). Be thrilled by fast rapids that are a constant Class III and IV for around 11km (9 mi), and don’t forget to take in the gorgeous scenery. Rehash all the excitement afterward over a riverside picnic lunch.

- Inka Museum
10PEN per person. Get ready to explore the artifacts from the Inca Empire, including mummies, jewelry, skulls, and ceramics at this museum of archaeology.

- Cusco Tourist Ticket
130PEN per person. This ticket allows admission at 16 sights of the city of Cusco including many popular museums and cathedrals, the ticket also provides entrance to Sacsayhuaman Archaeological Park, and sights in the South Valley of Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

- Cusco City Tour
45PEN per person. Enjoy a half-day tour of Cusco's main sights. Walk around the Plaza de Armas (main square) and explore this city steeped in one of the world's most alluring and ancient cultures. Visit Qenqo, Koricancha, the Cathedral, Puca Pucara, Tambomachay, and the archaeological site of Sacsaywaman.

Accommodation: Cusco Pardo Hotel (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 38: Cusco/Lima
Fly to Lima. Opt for a city tour or wander the neighbourhood of Miraflores. Take a short flight to the coast and the capital city of Lima. This vibrant city has a fantastic main square, tons of shopping, and incredible eating. Opt to join the group for one final evening out.

Optional Activities:
- Lima City Tour
130-186PEN per person. Discover Lima’s highlights on this half-day guided tour. Visit the San Francisco Church and its impressive catacombs, walk around Plaza de Armas, and get to know some of Lima's lovely neighbourhoods. For more information contact Ruben (Best Bite Peru) at +51972584092.

- Lima at Night and Water Circuit
180-294PEN per person. Get a different perspective of this vibrant city by visiting its highlights at night. Enjoy round-trip transportation and learn about the history at Plaza San Martin while taking in panoramic views, continue on to the iconic Plaza de Armas and soak it all in. End it off with a spectacular water show complete with lights, music, and dozens of fountains at the "Circuito Magico del Agua." Contact Ruben (Best Bite Peru) at +51972584092 for further information.

- Museum of the Inquisition
50PEN per person. Visit the Peruvian Inquisition headquarters showcasing somewhat grotesque wax figures in scenes of imprisonment and torture.

Accommodation: Casa Suyay (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 39: Lima
Depart at any time.

Optional Activities:
- Lima Paragliding
280PEN per person. Glide over Costa Verde, hover over Lima’s city life and see the desert dunes over Pachacamac. Tandem flights are available to those who have never glided.

- Museum of the Inquisition
50PEN per person. Visit the Peruvian Inquisition headquarters showcasing somewhat grotesque wax figures in scenes of imprisonment and torture.

- Lima at Night and Water Circuit
180-294PEN per person. Get a different perspective of this vibrant city by visiting its highlights at night. Enjoy round-trip transportation and learn about the history at Plaza San Martin while taking in panoramic views, continue on to the iconic Plaza de Armas and soak it all in. End it off with a spectacular water show complete with lights, music, and dozens of fountains at the "Circuito Magico del Agua." Contact Ruben (Best Bite Peru) at +51972584092 for further information.

- Pachacamac - Lost Inca Citadel
187-208PEN per person. Visit the Lost Inca Citadel - Pachacamac, a series of pre-Incan adobe structures dedicated to Pachacamac or the "Earth Maker" located about 30km from Lima. Contact Ruben (Best Bite Peru) at +51972584092 for further information.

Meals: Breakfast
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Die Unterkünfte haben wir so ausgewählt, dass sie der lokalen Kultur am ehesten entsprechen. Je nach der Art deiner Reise und dem Reisestil haben wir unterschiedliche Unterkünfte für dich ausgewählt: Mal schläfst du im Hotel in Downtown, mal bei einer Gastfamilie, und mal zeltest du unter dem Sternenhimmel.

Regionale Küche
Einige Mahlzeiten sind im Reisepreis enthalten, aber oft kannst du die lokalen Spezialitäten ganz nach deinem eigenen Geschmack und Budget selbst entdecken (und dein Reiseleiter hat dabei viele Geheimtipps auf Lager). Mahlzeiten können alles umfassen – von einem selbst zubereiteten Festmahl, Abendessen in einem renommierten Restaurant oder allem, was auf dem Markt gut aussieht.

Internationale Gruppen
Unsere Gruppen sind im Durchschnitt mit 12 Personen unterwegs und sind eine bunte Mischung aus Einzelreisenden, Freunden und Paaren jeden Alters aus der ganzen Welt. Du wirst in deiner Gruppe die unterschiedlichsten Persönlichkeiten kennenlernen und auf deiner Reise jede Menge neue interessante Leute treffen. Mit Menschen aus verschiedenen Ländern werden alle unserer Erlebnisreisen auf Englisch durchgeführt.

Erfahrene Reiseleiter
Auf jeder Reise wirst du von einem erfahrenen englischsprechenden Reiseleiter begleitet, der deine Reise mit Einblicken in die Kultur des Gastlandes bereichert und dir oftmals ganz spontan fantastische Erlebnisse ermöglicht, die deine Reise zu einem einzigartigen persönlichen Abenteuer machen. Das wichtigste Anliegen des Reiseleiters: deine Reise zur besten Erfahrung deines Lebens zu machen.

Freiheit & Unabhängigkeit
Mit einem großen, unpersönlichen Reisebus erlebst du garantiert keine wirklichen Abenteuer. Lust auf einen Marktbesuch? Oder lieber die Seele baumeln lassen in einem gemütlichen Café am Straßenrand? Aber gerne! Bei unseren Reisen zeigen wir dir die wichtigsten Sehenswürdigkeiten und lassen dir freie Zeit, um dein ganz eigenes Abenteuer zu erleben.