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Peru & Bolivia

follow in the footsteps of butch cassidy and the sundance kid! - Trip for singles

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GROUP SIZE: 6-24 | 23 DAYS

Peru & Bolivia

During your trip, it is possible to participate in 'single' excursions offered locally by the tour leader. These excursions are optional. To allow you to plan a budget for your trip we have provided you with an idea of the cost of these excursions. The price can change due to currency fluctuations. The amounts are therefore only meant to give you an indication of the cost. Entrance fees will often change and therefore are excluded from the prices displayed (unless explicitly stated). We display the prices in Euros/GB Pounds/US Dollars. When you are in your destination, it is possible to pay for the excursions in local currency.

Single excursions

Below is a list of locally offered excursions. The prices are based on the participation of at least 10 participants. Entry fees are exclusive (unless explicitly stated). Please be aware that prices are converted from US Dollars so may change due to fluctuations in the exchange rates.

€ 38

Arequipa - City tour

This excursion begins with a tour of the Santa Catalina convent. You continue the route to the Compañía church. In the central square you will find the cathedral in Neo-Renaissance style. You leave the center and travels by bus to the traditional villages of Yanahuara and Carmen Alto, where you have a wonderful view of Arequipa and the surrounding volcanoes. After lunch (exclusive) you'll return to Arequipa.

Duration: 3 hours
Departure: in the morning or afternoon
Minimum number of participants: 2. When more participants, the price decreases (and vice versa!). The price mentioned is per person with 10 participants.

Included: Private transportation, English speaking guide, entrance fees

€ 295

Cuzco - 2 day Inca Trail (book before departure)

For description, see day to day program.

Includes:

Transfer from hotel to train station v.v; Expedition train from Cuzco ( for 104 km), Inca Trail Entrance (also valid for Machu Picchu), English speaking guide / cook; Overnight hostel in Aguas Calientes: All meals from lunch day 1 until breakfast day 2 (1 x breakfast, 1 x lunch, 1 x dinner); Visit Machu Picchu on day 2; Bus trips between Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu ; Expedition train Aguas Calientes - Cuzco.

Please be sure to add this package to your booking form at the time you reserve your trip.

€ 350

Cuzco - 4 day Inca Trail (book before departure)

For description, see day to day program.

includes:

Transport from hotel to trail start point (82 or 88 km); Entrance Inca Trail (also valid for Machu Picchu), English speaking guide / cook; Carriers (not for personal equipment); Complete camping equipment (double tents with simple mats, kitchen tent, toilet tent, dining tent, tables and chairs, cooking equipment, crockery, first aid box and oxygen); All meals from lunch day 1 until breakfast on day 4 (3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners); Visit Machu Picchu ; Bus Machu Picchu - Aguas Calientes, Expedition train Aguas Calientes - Cuzco.

Please be sure to add this package to your booking form at the time you reserve your trip.

€ 19

Cuzco - City tour + Incan sites

This trip shows you the highlights in and around Cuzco. You start with a visit to Sacsayhuaman. This vast building overlooks the city and is a perfect structure, made ​​of huge boulders. Then you will visit another important Inca site called Qenqo. Here you will find carved stone channels in a zigzag pattern. In the inner part is a stone table where the Incas mummified their dead. You return to Cuzco, where you will visit one of the holiest Inca buildings, the Temple of Koricancha. Finally, visit the magnificent cathedral of Cuzco. On one of the many paintings you see the Last Supper depicted. Christ and the apostles eat guinea pig (guinea pig was one of the main dishes at sacred Inca festivals)!

Duration: 4 hours
Departure: in the afternoon
Includes: transportation, English speaking guide
Excludes: entrance fees (22 USD for the ruins outside of Cusco, 13 USD for the Cathedral and Koricancha).

Minimum number: 2 persons. With more participants, the excursion becomes cheaper (and vice versa!). The price stated is based upon 10 participants. 

€ 350

Cuzco - Lares trek (4 days, book before departure)

The Lares trek is a good alternative to the 4-day Inca Trail, or if the 4-day Inca Trail is full. More information about this trek is available on request.

The Lares trek is a four-day trek that ends at Machu Picchu. It takes you to the rarely visited Lares valley offering spectacular views of the Urubamba Mountains, east of the Sacred Valley. You'll come across small villages and mountain passes at altitudes of over 4000 meters, with a great view of the snowy peaks. This trek gives you the opportunity to see how the Quechua-speaking Indians of the high mountain villages make their living from agriculture.
The Lares trek is seen as not too difficult and is similar to that of the Inca Trail. However, there is a peak of over 4000 meters to climb and so it is important that you have a reasonably good physical condition. People who go trekking only need to take their day bagage (the bulk of your luggage you leave in the hotel in Cuzco). You must bring your own sleeping bag.

includes:
Transportation by bus from Cusco to Lares, English speaking guide / cook, 2 nights camping and 1 night in a hostel; horses for luggage (not for personal equipment) including escorts; breakfast, lunch and dinner during the trek, complete camping equipment (double tent with simple mats, kitchen tent, toilet tent, dining tent, tables and chairs, cooking equipment, crockery, first aid box and oxygen); bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu + v.v, entrance fees and guide; Expedition train Aguas Calientes - Cuzco.

Please add this trek to your booking form at time of trip reservation.

€ 40

Cuzco - Machu Picchu entrance

At the beginning of the trip you can ask your tour leader for your ticket to Machu Picchu. You may want to combine this with Huayna Picchu, the Sun Gate (Inti Punku) or the museum.

€ 67

Cuzco - Ollantaytambo rafting

Early in the morning you leave Cuzco for the Sacred Valley of the Incas. After a 1.5 hr drive you'll arrive in Puente Pachar (Ollantaytambo). Here you have a short safety brief and are introduced to the kayaks and the river. You'll see the majestic Andes mountains and small Quechua villages. Our endpoint is Huayracpunku, where you can enjoy a delicious lunch on the banks of the river.
In the afternoon, return to Cuzco.

Duration: full day. rafting itself is about 2 hours
Includes: equipment (kayak, helmet, life jacket, wet suit)
This excursion is only possible from April to December.

Minimum number: 2 persons. With more participants the price becomes cheaper (and vice versa!). Stated price based on 10 participants.

€ 28

Cuzco - Sacred Valley tour

You leave by bus north to the mountains. On the way you stop at El Mirador, from where you can see the whole Sacred Valley and have a good grasp of the history of the Incas. You drive to the modern town of Pisac, where you have the time to visit the local market. You continue your journey along the Urubamba River to Ollantaytambo. You'll visit the ruins of Ollantaytambo, an important Inca construction built during the heyday of the Incas.

Duration: 8 hours
Departure: 08:30 am.
Includes: transportation, English speaking guide
Not included: entrance fees (22 USD) lunch and tips

Minimum number: 2 persons. With more participants, the price becomes cheaper (and vice versa!). Stated price based on 10 participants.


€ 895

Cuzco - Tambopata jungle extension (book before departure)

This trip can be extended with a 4-day (3 nights) jungle tour in Puerto Maldonado, followed by one night in Lima. You must book this extension at the same time as reserving your trip. The flights involved are on a request basis. If you are the only one to book and there are no others to share a room with then there will be a single room surcharge of € 170. The price of the jungle package includes the transfer from the hotel to the airport in Cuzco, the entrance fee to Tambopata Reserve and local airport taxes, but excluding, gratuities, drinks and personal expenses.

On the first day you will fly from Cuzco in a half hour to the city of Puerto Maldonado, where you'll meet your boat and sail to the jungle lodge. In the afternoon there is time for a welcome drink and a short walk to a lake. After sunset there is the chance for caiman spotting by canoe. You see their eyes sparkle in the light of your flashlight.

The next day you make a walk and a canoe trip on the lake where, if you are lucky, you can see giant river otters, monkeys, turtles and many species of birds. In the afternoon you have time to relax on your own or take the opportunity to go hiking.

Day 3 is often used to do your own thing or to walk along the marked trails. Of course you can also sign up for an excursion organized by the lodge if you prefer. For example, a visit to a small clay wall or a day hike to the Katicocha Lake.

On the last day you'll travel by motorized canoe back to Puerto Maldonado. From this city you will fly back to Lima and have one final hotel overnight.

€ 31

La Paz - Chacaltaya and Moon Valley

At 8.30 you'll leave your hotel to the Moon Valley, 15 km south of La Paz. Erosion has ensured that the rocks have been given special forms, making it reminiscent of a moonscape. Then you drive to Chacaltaya at 5200 meters altitude and visit the world's highest ski slope (5480 m). You have a great view of the surrounding snowcapped peaks of Illimani, Mururata, Huyna Potosi and other mountains but also of Lake Titicaca.

Duration: 8 hours
Includes: transportation, English speaking guide
Exclusive: entrance fee (about 5 USD p / p), lunch.
Amount based on 10 participants. Price reduced with more participants.

€ 22

La Paz - City Tour and Moon Valley

You begin the La Paz city tour by visiting a typical Indian market, the famous witches market and colonial church of San Francisco. The tour continues to the Plaza Murillo, where you find the Cathedral, Government Palace and the National Congress buildings. Then visit the famous colonial "Calle Jaén" followed by a visit to the museum of the Tiwanaku culture. You end up with a visit to the unique Moon Valley, 15 km south of La Paz. Erosion has ensured that the rocks here have been given special forms, making it reminiscent of a moonscape.

Duration: half day
Includes: transfers, entrance fees, local English speaking guide.
Amount based on 10 participants. Amount reduced if more participants.

€ 17

Nazca - Chauchilla

The cemetery of Chauchilla is the only place in Peru where the ancient mummies can still be visited in their original graves. The excursion to the cemetery is combined with a visit to a ceramics workshop where you you can see the old fashioned way that gold was processed.

Duration: 2-3 hours
Includes: transfers and a local guide.
Exclusive: entrance fee (2 Euros p.p.).

The price is for a tour with an international group (join-in). A private tour with a minimum number of 2 participants costs €29 p.p. The more participants joining the private tour, the cheaper it becomes (and vice versa!).


€ 100

Nazca - Flight over Nazca lines (to be booked before departure)

With a small 4-seater Cessna plane fly for about 20 minutes over some of the Nazca drawings (occasionally, a slightly larger aircraft is deployed for up to 12 people). The pilots are known for their particularly good flying skills.

The Nazca plains extend around the famous Nazca lines. The Nazca lines are an enigma. Nobody has proof why they lie, or by whom they were created. Since their discovery, the Nazca lines have inspired the most fantastic stories. The lines are dated between 200 BC and 600 AD, and it is thought that they were used for rituals that are linked to astronomy.

Includes: airport transfers, flight over the Nazca lines and a certificate at the end.
Not included: airport tax (sol 25.00 per person, about 8 euros).

This excursion must be booked at the time you make your trip reservation. You can book it as part of the excursion package or as an individual excursion.

€ 16

Pisco - Ballestas Islands

Some 240 kilometers south of Lima lies the Paracas National Reserve and the Ballestas Islands. The Ballestas Islands have more than 160 species of seabirds, including Humboldt penguins, pelicans, cormorants and gannets. In addition, large numbers of sea lions live here. Dolphins and whales can sometimes be seen. The only way to observe the wildlife around the Ballestas Islands is from a boat. It is forbidden to enter the islands but you can easily spot the animals from the boat. The islands also have some impressive rock formations and you will certainly sail alongside the Candelabra (an archaeological etching in the hills), which is best seen from the sea.

Duration: 2 hours
Includes: transportation to the port, cruise to the islands and a local guide.
Exclusive: entry fee + port  tax (Euros 4.00 p.p total)
You travel in international company (shared excursion)

€ 16

Puno - Uros Islands

Sail by boat on Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, to the floating Uros Islands, where residents will explain how these islands were formed. You are free to take a look in their homes. Local legend says that these people, the ''lords of the lake'', have black blood because they are so resistant to the cold of the lake in winter.

Duration: 3 hours
Includes: transfers to and from the hotel, guide, entrance fees and boat

The price is for a tour with an international group (join-in).

Private tour: Possible with a minimum of 2 persons. Based on the participation of 10 participants the cost is €20 p/p. With fewer participants, the private tour becomes more expensive.


€ 33

Puno - Uros Islands and Sillustani

In a motorized boat sail to the Uros Islands. The boat trip takes about 30 minutes and offers a beautiful view of Lake Titicaca and the surrounding mountains. Upon arrival you will be welcomed by a group of islanders, who will then show you around. Then you can make a trip in a small boat, which the Uros people have made. The boat takes you from one island to another, so you can also meet the locals. You can buy beautifully and skillfully made handicrafts from the Uros women. You'll travel back to Puno, and then have time for lunch. Later in the day you drive to Sillustani, about 30 minutes from Puno. At the archaeological site a local guide will show you the cemetery and give you a better insight into the Andean culture. The visit to Sillustani ends with a magnificent panoramic view over the lake Umayo. After sunset, you'll return to Puno.

Duration: 8 hours
Departure: 08:00 am.
Includes: transport, English speaking guide, entrance fees
Exclusive: lunch

The price is for a tour with an international group (join-in).

Private tour: Possible with a minimum of 2 participants. The cost based upon 10 participants is €40 p/p. With fewer participants, the private tour becomes more expensive.


€ 26

Puno - Uros Islands and Taquile

You start the boat trip on Lake Titicaca to visit the floating Uros Islands. A small community have lived on these islands for decades. You'll hear more about the life of the Uros Indians from the guide.
Then we sail for about 2 hours to Taquile, where a traditional Quechua community lives. The tradition of weaving on Taquile goes back to early civilizations and keeps elements from the pre-Inca Andean cultures alive. Upon arrival on the coast of Taquile you have to walk a narrow path, with stunning views over Lake Titicaca. On top of the island you have time to explore by yourself. After lunch descend to the port for the boat trip back to Puno.

Duration: 8- 10 hours
Departure: 6.30 AM
Includes: private or shared transport, English speaking guide, entrance fees.
Not included: lunch (approx. 12 USD) and tips.

The price is for a tour with an international group (join-in).

Private tour: Possible with a minimum of 2 persons. Based on 10 participants, the cost is €39 p/p. With fewer participants, the private tour becomes more expensive.


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