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PERU & BOLIVIA
Peru never fails to fascinate be it the ruins of the Incan Empire scattered across the country and none more so than Machu Picchu; or the deep river basin of the Amazon, its culture and heritage, stunning colonial cities or its unique cuisine. Peru appeals to everyone and more beyond Machu Picchu. Bolivia on the other hand, captivates with its stunning out-of-this-world landscapes, some of the most bizarre lakes, wildlife and the highest cities and towns in the world.
The is the quintessential journey of Peru, a land still shrouded in the mysteries of the Inca civilization and a whole treasure trove of ancient ruins, stunning landscapes and age-old traditions. Starting from the modern city of Lima, we trace the legacy of the Inca on the Road to Machu Picchu.
Road to Machu Picchu - The Salkantay Trek
This is a once-in-a-lifetime physical, epic and spiritual journey through the stunning Salkantay trail as we trek through some of the most inspiring landscapes on our way to Machu Picchu. For the intrepid traveller, this has to be the ultimate trekking experience to witness the magic of Peru.
Be ready for an incredible journey uncovering Bolivia's incredible geology, colonial history, indigenous culture. From the highest capital city in the world to the crest of the Andes and the surreal and unworldly landscapes of the Uyuni salt flats and the altiplano. This is an adventure of a lifetime you won't regret.
Bolivia - Bizarre Love Triangle
Embark on an adventure journey through one of the wildest and incredible lands on the planet. Starting in La Paz, Bolivia, the highest capital on Earth at 3,600m above sea level, your expedition takes you across the Altiplano along the Andes before ending in one of the driest deserts of the world, Atacama.
In the Footsteps of Darwin & Bingham (Galapagos & Peru)
A journey of a lifetime uncovering the magical natural wonders of the Galapagos Islands and the magnificent treasures of the Inca Empire in Peru. This is a potent combination of nature, history and culture as we experience two lands of epic contrast in the footsteps of Charles Darwin and Hiram Bingham.
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