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- What was the highlight of your holiday? Was there a low point?
Highpoint - the great tour guides and visit to Machu Pichu. Low point was a flight cancellation in Lima.
- How would you rate accommodation/ food/ guides/ overall organisation?
Fantastic! The hotels were all lovely and the tour guides were friendly, smart and helpful. In Lima when we ran into trouble with a flight cancellation, Alan's team on the ground went to great lengths to rebook us on a new flight (with a different airline). Had it not been for your office in Peru we would have been stuck in Lima over night and missed out on Tambo del Inka, which was a lovely resort.
- Did you feel you benefitted the local communities?
Somewhat. We are not shoppers, so each time we wound up at a 'market' we didn't really buy.
- What would you like to do differently next time?
Spend more time in Cusco and the Sacred Valley. We could have skipped Lake Titicaca.
- Out of interest why did you choose the places you visited and why Andean Trails to organise your trip?
Our goal was to visit Machu Pichu and Alan put together the rest of the trip around that highlight. We came away with a great feel for Peru and (fingers crossed) would love to revisit one day.
A Kropf, USA, 2018
» Peru Highlights Holiday
We had a good time.....was great. The highlight was seeing the last camp inca site, we arrived in the afternoon and managed to hit the site at dusk, and of course Machu Pichu was awesome as well.
L. Landry, USA, 2012
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