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Chances to see macaws, monkeys and caiman.
Visit a beautiful oxbow lake with a chance to see giant otters.
Comfortable eco-lodge close to Cusco and Lima, a perfect introduction to the Amazon.
Native guides will bring the rainforest alive to you, explaining the uses of plants by tribes.
The scenery, the flowers, the food, the guide,… were all excellent.
Fly to Puerto Maldonado, transfer to lodge. Introductory walk, Amazon lodge (L,D)
Visit macaw lick, night walk, Amazon lodge (B,L,D)
Visit Sandoval Lake, Maldonado lodge (B,L,D)
Transfer back to airport for flight out, ends (B)
Accommodation at lodges (2n Tambopata Lodge & 1n Maldonado Lodge), land and river transport, all transfers, English-speaking guide, all meals.
Flights (ask for prices), airport departure taxes or visa fees, National Reserve entry fee (Per person: US$16 for 3 days, US$ 32 for four days and US$ 48 for 5 days plus), excess baggage, additional nights during the trip due to flight cancellations, alcoholic drinks or bottled water, snacks, insurance, laundry, phone calls and items of personal nature.
Prices From $620 / £496 per person
2020 price, shared cabin, per person
Shorter/longer stays possible
Single supplements apply
Reductions for children
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We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $1,750 / £1,400 per person
Duration: 7 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Prices From $744 / £595 per person
Duration: 4 days
Prices From $912 / £730 per person
Prices From $437 / £350 per person
Duration: 3 days
Prices From $1,062 / £850 per person
Capacity: 32 people
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Everything was wonderful. Everything was taken care of for us. As soon as we got off the plane, we didn't have to think about a thing. We could just enjoy ourselves and take it all in. The food was amazing - everything was so fresh!
It is definitely difficult to pick one highlight, as the whole trip was pretty spectacular. If I had to pick one, though, it would probably be the squirrel monkeys.
Our guide, Ivan, was able to call over a pack of them, and they were so playful and curious. They reminded us of cats! It was amazing. Unfortunately, we don't have any pictures that are especially great, but that's because we were too focused on watching them live!
Ivan did an outstanding job. His ability to see and hear wildlife in the distance was unreal, but even more outrageous was his ability to actually call the animals to him. Absolutely amazing.
And it was so great they were so accommodating to me, since I am a vegetarian. We became addicted to fish eye chilis, which we learned are only available in that very specific part of the Amazon. Our guide made sure every meal had a chili sauce, since we loved it so much, which was incredible.
During the trip, we hoped that we were actually helping the local communities, and it wasn't just a facade. But we learned that it absolutely wasn't once we got into town. We met an esteemed professor, who focuses on bioethics and conservation, and talked with him for nearly an hour. He taught us a ton about the area, including the benefit of ecotourism in Peru.
This is his choice lodge; he has been going there for years as a stopping point before traveling deep into the Amazon for his research. Knowing that this specific lodge was the choice lodge for someone so deeply concerned about the environment and people, definitely gave us a good feeling.
I found Andean Trails through a responsible tourism website. Once connected with Andean, the team was super helpful and thorough.
We wanted to see animals in the Amazon, and they certainly delivered!
Molly Fay, USA, Aug 2019
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THE NORTH OF PERU The north of Peru is brimming with treasures and it is much less travelled than the southern hot spots of Cusco and Machu Picchu. Northern Peru travel never fails to surprise and impress, it is a fascinating part of this wonderful country well worth exploring. There is masses to see and do here so I would recommend a good amount of time. If you can I would dedicate a week as a minimum and ideally two weeks to a tour to the north of Peru. Have a read of “Our Travel Guide to Northern …
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