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Lima – Puerto Maldonado – The Tambopata Jungle – Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu – Cusco – Lima
Experience a compelling blend of wild, unspoiled nature and fascinating historic reminders of vanished civilizations during this sample tour of the Amazon and the Peruvian Andes.
Start in Peru’s Amazon jungle, where the biological diversity is simply unparalleled – one in ten of the world’s known species live here! After exploring the depths of the rainforest, move onward to the heartland of the Inca Empire.
Meet skilled local craftspeople and cuddly camelids in the peaceful and pastoral Sacred Valley, see stupendous views of the looming needle-like Andean peaks, and marvel at the precarious setting of the ancient kingdom of Machu Picchu.
Finish up your customized tour of Perú in history-layered Cusco, where the Inca, colonial, and modern worlds intersect.
Stroll through the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway comprised of seven hanging bridges, eight treetop platforms, and two observation towers.
Go fishing, search for nocturnal creepy-crawlies, and take part in other thrilling jungle excursions.
Immerse yourself in local life with visits to remote Andean villages that are, for most travelers, uncharted territory Visit the characteristic Sacred Valley towns of Pisac and Ollantaytambo.
Embark on a private city tour of Cusco, whose fascinating streets feature a unique concoction of Inca sites and colonial constructions. Scale the ancient stone stairway up Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu.
Tour Machu Picchu with your very own expert guide to explain the history, architecture, and theories surrounding the site, before wandering independently among the magnificent ruins the following day. Discover the delights of Peruvian cuisine at the country’s finest dining establishments. Enjoy enriching experiences with local artists at their workshops.
Frequently Asked Questions About Peru
South American Exclusive Tours Peru present you the list of Frequently Asked Questions about your travel in Peru, together with the detailed answers. We hope it will provide you with the solid knowledge about the country and let you enjoy your stay to the fullest. We wish you all the best while preparing for your journey! Let it be a beautiful preparation period before the unforgettable experience in Peru and Cusco.
A valid U.S. passport is required to enter and depart Peru. Tourists must also provide evidence of return or onward travel. U.S. citizens do not need a visa for a tourist stay of 90 days or less. U.S.
citizens remaining in Peru more than 90 days must pay a monthly fee to extend their visa for up to three additional months, for a total of six months. U.S. citizens, including children, who remain in Peru over six months without obtaining a residence visa will have to pay a fine in order to depart Peru.
Visitors for other than tourist or family visit purposes must obtain a Peruvian visa in advance. Business visitors should ascertain the tax and exit regulations that apply to the specific visa that they are granted. U.S.
citizens whose passports are lost or stolen in Peru must obtain a new passport and present it, together with a police report of the loss or theft, to the main immigration office in the capital city of Lima to obtain permission to depart. An airport tax of $25 per person must be paid in U.S. currency when departing Peru.
There is also a small airport fee for domestic flights. For further information regarding entry requirements, travelers should contact the Peruvian Embassy at 1625 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 605, Washington, DC 20036; telephone (202) 462-1084 or 462-1085; Internet http://www.peruemb.org; or the Peruvian Consulate in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Patterson (NJ), San Francisco, or San Juan.
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