Views from your lodge over the wonderful Gocta waterfall.
Visit the mysterious Kuelap ruins, pre-Inca sites atop a mountain.
Gocta Lodge offers the perfect mix of isolation and relaxation, with its lovely rooms, swimming pool and views.
Expert guides to show you around the wildlife-rich forests.
We felt very privileged to be seeing parts of Peru that so few tourists are able to visit.
B. Legg, Gocta
Arrive Tarapoto, transfer in, free time (D)
Full day drive to Gocta lodge (B,L,D)
Full day excursion, all meals, Lodge, (B,L,D)
Drive to Tarapoto Jungle Lodge, all meals, Lodge, (B,L,D)
Morning jungle walk to waterfall, transfer to airport, ends (B,L)
Transfer in from Tarapoto airport, hotels and meals as listed, en-suite rooms, swimming pools at each lodge, all excursions, private transport throughout, all entry fees.
International or domestic flights Lima to Tarapoto, tips, alcoholic drinks, items of a personal nature.
Prices From $1,026 / £827 per person
2018 price, per person, shared room basis
Shorter/longer stays possible
Single supplement applies
What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $3,000 / £2,419 per person
Duration: 13 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Duration: 7 days
Prices From $2,608 / £2,103 per person
Dates: From April 2019 to December 2019
Duration: 8 days
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We felt very privileged to be seeing parts of Peru that so few tourists are able to visit, and we were fortunate to have had such an excellent guide who knew and loved the area all its history. The landscape, of course, is very beautiful, and it came alive as he described the people who had lived there and built the amazing sarcophaguses and mausoleums. But I found Kuelap to be even more impressive with its huge stone walls and hundreds of houses. The atmosphere was greater because so little has been excavated, and it was possible to imagine the feelings of the local people or of archaeologists when entering the massive gateway and re-discovering the wonders of the past. It was also very interesting to see the adobe pyramids near the coast, and to learn of some of the earlier inhabitants of Peru.
B. Legg, UK, 2015
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