North Peru 14 days

North Peru 14 days

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    The first civilizations of South America

    The north of Peru is often overlooked for visiting Machu Picchu and the south of the country such as Lake Titicaca or the Colca Canyon. Today the north knows a particular interest for the richness of its ancestral cultures and its incredible sites little known to the general public, some of which extend over 20km. This itinerary filled with archaeological surprise starting from the North in the department of Cajamarca territories of Culture Chachapoyas until the Pacific coast via the Cordillera of the Andes allows us to discover the first civilizations of South America such as Culture Chavin, Moche or Chimu and better understand the Andean cosmovision design and interpretation of the world still present nowadays in uses and custom of the Andes.

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  • GROUP : Travel in a small group (from 4 to 12 pers. Max), your trip will be guided by local English speaking guide and you can choose among the departure dates available.

    Dates Length Travellers Departure Price
    From Sun. 05/04/2020 to Sat. 18/04/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 03/05/2020 to Sat. 16/05/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 07/06/2020 to Sat. 20/06/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 05/07/2020 to Sat. 18/07/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 19/07/2020 to Sat. 02/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 02/08/2020 to Sat. 15/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 16/08/2020 to Sat. 29/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 05/04/2020 to Sat. 18/04/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 03/05/2020 to Sat. 16/05/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 07/06/2020 to Sat. 20/06/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 05/07/2020 to Sat. 18/07/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 19/07/2020 to Sat. 02/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 02/08/2020 to Sat. 15/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 16/08/2020 to Sat. 29/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    BOLPAN14 GROUP | From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020
  • Bolivia, officially known as the Plurinational State of Bolivia is a landlocked country located in central South America. It is bordered by Brazil to the north and east, Paraguay and Argentina to the south, Chile to the southwest, and Peru to the west. Its geography is varied from the peaks of the Andes in the West, to the Eastern Lowlands, situated within the Amazon Basin.
    The Bolivian population, estimated at 10 million, is multiethnic, including Amerindians, Mestizos, Europeans, Asians and Africans. The main language spoken is Spanish, although the Guarani, Aymara and Quechua languages are also common and all four, as well as 34 other indigenous languages, are official. The large number of different cultures within Bolivia has contributed greatly to a wide diversity in fields such as art, cuisine, literature, and music.
    Time zone: The time zone is UTC/GMT -4 hours und and Bolivia has no daylight saving!!

    International calling code: +591
    Currency: In Bolivia the local currency is the Bolivian Boliviano (BOB). The Boliviano is not easily found outside Bolivia therefore it is better to bring U$D or €uro which can be changed easily (be careful not to bring bills that are in some way damaged) or use your credit card to withdraw cash.
    Security: Bolivia is generally a safe country! However, like anywhere, wherever there are tourists there are pickpockets. Furthermore, Bolivia is a very poor country, if you wag your money bundles and fine jewellery; you attract the weak souls - here as elsewhere. Stay alert and do not let your bags and valuables unattended.
    Shopping: Almost everything is cheaper in Bolivia. You can often find good deals on art, fabrics, clothes, leather, musical instruments etc. Let the seller give you a first offer and then you can start negotiating.
    Gastronomy: The traditional Bolivian cuisine is often very fat and the portions are huge. When in altitude you may not have the same appetite and often one portion serves two people. We recommend dishes, such as the Pique Macho, empanadas, chuño (dried potatoes), chicha (corn cider), chairo (chuño soup), Saice (minced meat with rice in sauce), etc.
    Climate: The climate and weather in Bolivia vary as greatly as the country's many regions, although when speaking of weather, Bolivians typically refer only to two seasons (the rainy season and dry season) as usually there is no gradual entry into either winter or summer. Changes in temperatures and weather are typically as brusque as the changes in topography from one region to the next. Temperatures depend primarily on elevation. Tropical Lowlands: To the East (from Pando, down through Beni and Santa Cruz to parts of northern Tarija) the climate is usually very hot, humid and often rainy between late September and May. December and January are the hottest months of the year. Summer days are humid and sticky. Nights are warm and musky, often filled with a moist fruity aroma as winds carry the scent of the tropical jungle into the cities. Northwest Valleys: The country’s northwest valley region (called the Yungas, or the jungles, North of La Paz going toward Pando) is surprisingly hot and humid, considering the altitude. It is the cloudiest, rainiest and most humid region of Bolivia. In this region the Bolivian climate and local weather are similar to that of the eastern lowlands of Santa Cruz with even more precipitation per year. Temperatures drop as the elevation increases. At altitudes higher than 2000 meters above sea level it sometimes snows and at 4600 meters the mountains are permanently capped by snow. Above 5500 meters the climate is similar to that of polar regions and there are some glaciers present. Central Valleys: The central valley’s - Cochabamba, parts of Chuquisaca and western Tarija - are temperate to cool. Temperatures are pleasant during the day, but it can get quite cold at night. This region, although high (averaging 1200-1500 meters above sea level) is also rather humid. Bolivia’s valleys are very fertile and covered in dense forest. The rainy season is long and sustained. Altiplano and higher: On the shores of Lake Titicaca, and higher (Potosí), temperatures can reach a balmy 27°C/80°F at midday, but normally by early afternoon a sweater is necessary and the nights are cold. Because of the altitude, the sun feels especially strong here and sunscreen should be worn throughout the entire day. On the Altiplano the winds are cold and harsh and moisturizer or sunscreen (and Chap Stick) are important to prevent both sunburn and windburn. Temperatures in and around the Salar de Uyuni and the South Lipez can drop to -20°C/-4°F. Travellers arriving from the Northern Hemisphere must remember that the seasons are reversed in Bolivia. Keep in mind that in the Southern Hemisphere seasons (and climate) are reversed, or the “opposite” of those in the North, with the hottest months (our summer) being November to February and the coldest months (our winter) being May to July.

    Altitude: To be in top form on the Altiplano, it is necessary to acclimatize well. Many visitors complain of headaches, fatigue, nausea or loss of appetite because of the altitude – others remain completely unaffected! In any case, it is advisable to plan for a few days in La Paz, to get used to the altitude. You can i.e. start with a visit to the Lake Titicaca. Make sure that you drink plenty of water before arriving at El Alto airport and avoid physical strain when you leave the airport.
    Comfort: Even if the roads in Bolivia have gotten better over the years please note that many of our tours brings you off the beaten track and to the most remote areas of the country – travelling can therefore be a bit rough at times. The accommodation depends on your chosen comfort level however, in some areas there is no choice and accommodation will be basic. In some areas you will not have hot water, heating or light after 22h00 because the generators are turned off during the night –and in some areas you will not have any hot water, heating or light at all!! Is it important that you are able to see this as part of the adventure, and that this only brings you closer to the culture. On the Altiplano it can get very cold during the winter months and a good sleeping bag is a must.
    Last but not least...: The unforeseen happens – and nowhere more than in South America - your flight might be late or the bus brakes down! Remember that life works at a different pace here, and people do not have the same sense of timekeeping as at home - people do not expect you to be on time! Try to accept this as part of the charm of travelling in a relaxed country. We always include extra time to allow for these things, sometimes too much and sometimes not enough; in both cases we try to ensure that you have a great trip.
  • TAILOR MADE :The Tailor-made option offers you to travel where, when, how and with whom you want. It is a full personalized private program. Where you can choose your own departure date, the length of your stay, the visits, the category of your hotels even the type of transport. From this page the Tailor-made offer that we will prepare for you will be base on the feature itinerary of PERNOR14 | North Peru 14 days,
    If you desire a full personalized tailor-made program or have already an itinerary idea please send it to us and joined it in the message window and we will design a full personalized private program base on your own choices.

  • PRIVATE : The private Option is made for those who like to travel with their loving one between friends or family and maybe both. Choose your own date and your hotel type.

  • place+ SEE FULL ITINERARY AND VISITSClick to see the full itinerary day by dayhome HOTELS | Accommodation is either in hotel, hostal, shelter, home stay or camping depending on your program.directions_car DAILY TRANSPORTS | Different transport are organized for your trip: Transfer when you arrive and leave, private transport for your visit and programed activities, domestic flight(s) depending on your program. translate GUIDES |English Speaking Guides: private or group tours with different local English speaking guides (no tour leader)restaurant MEALS |For lunch (where included) it will either be a lunch box or a hot meal and for dinner (where included) you will be served a hot meal. Please refer to the program for more precision

    place Day 1. Arrival in LimaVisit Larco museum half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Lima ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- |Transfert Airport - Hotel ~45mn / Transport Hotel – Museum - Hoteltranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    Today you arrive in Lima. Upon arrival at the international airport our team will be waiting to transfer you to your hotel. Depending on your time of arrival we visit the archeologically Museum Rafael Larco Herrera known as Larco Museum. Located on 7th-century pre-Columbian pyramid in a house from an 18th-century vice-royal building. We will appreciate showcases chronological galleries that provide a thorough overview of 4,000 years of Peruvian pre-Columbian history. It is also well known for its gallery of pre-Columbian erotic pottery. After this visit there are no activities planned for today and the rest of the day will be free.

    place Day 2. Lima – City tour Visit Lima full day --- homecheck --- |Hotel Buena Vista in Lima or similar ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- |Private transport for the visitstranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    After breakfast we go for a city tour of Lima for the day, We start our tour by the “Ancestral Lima” with a panoramic view of the “Pucllana Pyramid” a magnificent ceremonial and archaeological centre built in the 4th century A.D. and considered a “Sacred Village” by the Incas. The Viceroyalty of Perú was the most important of the Spanish Empire and Lima was its capital. Then we will discover the “Lima Colonial” visiting the Historical Centre of Lima, where you will see more than fifty monuments and Colonial buildings, such as the Paseo de la República, the San Martín Square, the Main Square, the Government Palace, the Archbishop’s Palace, the Cathedral Basilica, and the City Council Palace. We also visit the museum of the Banco Central de Reserva where we can admire the “Treasures of Perú” collection which is a fine selection of objects made of gold, ceramics and textiles from different pre-Columbian cultures. During the tour we also visit the monumental San Francisco convent, which displays the largest collection of religious art in America. Our highlight will be the visit of the underground vaults, known as “Catacumbas” or Catacombs. We will finish our tour by “Contemporary lima” where we will observe some traditional residential areas of Lima, such as El Olivar of San Isidro, Miraflores and Larcomar. We will go back to the hotel around 17h00. The evening is free.

    place Day 3. Lima - Gocta No visit today --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Gocta ------- directions_carflightcheck ---------- |Transfer Hotel - Airport - Hotel ~3h10 / Flight Lima - Jaen ~1h10translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    After breakfast we will be transferred to the airport for our flight to Jaen via Lima and upon arrival in Jaen, we are transferred to the hotel in Gocta. The rest of the day will be free.

    place Day 4. Gocta - Chachapoyas Hike to Gocta Waterfall --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Chachapoyas ------- directions_cardirections_walkcheck ---------- |Private transport Gocta-Cruzpata ~1h35 / Cruzpata – Chachapoyas ~1h30 / Hike to Gocta Waterfall 4-5 h round trip Hike to Karajia sarcophagi 1 h round triptranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    Today we will hike to reach the Gocta Cataratas an incredible 771 meter (2,529 feet) high waterfall which is classified among the fifteenth highest waterfall in the world. On the way we will appreciate the flora (bromeliads, orchids, giant ferns, palms) and a fauna (monkeys, toucans, parakeets). Later we will drive to the village of Cruzpata, community with landscapes dominated by shrubs, eucalyptus and alders. A short distance (30 min walk) are the Karajia’s sarcophagi we visit. They are anthropomorphic burials perched on the cliff and each containing a mummy. After this impressive observation we will go back to Gocta

    place Day 5. Gocta - Leymebamba No visit today --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Leymebamba ------- directions_cardirections_walkcheck ---------- |Private transport for the visits Gocta – Kuelap ~2h25 / Kuelap – Revash ~2h30 / Revash – Leymebamba ~1h10 / Hike to Kuelap 1 h. round trip / Hike to Revash 1 h. round trip / Cable car 40mntranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    In the morning we will visit the fortress of Kuelap, famous chachapoya archeological site with walls 600 m long and 20 m high. It is the best known prehispanic heritage of the region but also the most impressive. The archaeological site consists of several areas such as the Malca, the Fortress and the Barreta, which stands out more particularly the Fortress you visit, built around 500 AD. J. - C., and located at 3000 m of altitude on a plateau which dominates the valley of Utcubamba. A unique atmosphere reigns in the streets of this citadel still enveloped by tropical vegetation. Continue to the village of San Bartolo from where the walk will begin to arrive at the site of Revash. This funeral complex Chachapoya consists of mausoleums (chullpas) of 1, 2 and 3 floors, decorated by many red-ocher paintings. An almost mystical atmosphere emerges from this small "village of the dead". Continuation by private transport to Leymebamba where we spend the night.

    place Day 6. Leymebamba - Cajamarca Visit Leymebamba half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Cajamarca ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- |Private transport for the visits / Leymebamba – Cajamarca ~6h30translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    In the morning, visit of the museum of Leymebamba which shelters more than 2000 archaeological pieces including the 220 mummies discovered in the mausoleums of the lagoon of the Condors. The museum is also characterized by the presence of a nursery of orchids and endemic plants. Then, departure in private vehicle for Cajamarca. On the way, you go through Celendin, famous for its straw hat making. Arrival in Cajamarca at the end of the afternoon and transfer to the hotel.

    place Day 7. Cajamarca - Huaca Rajada Visit Pyramides de Tucume half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Chiclayo ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- |Private transport for the visits / Cajamarca – Chiclayo ~5h00 translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    In the morning we take a private vehicle to Chiclayo and after a short break at the hotel for lunch we visit the pyramids of Túcume an archaeological site of rare beauty with its adobe pyramids approx. 40m/131ft high that belong to the Lambayeque culture. A rich fauna and hundred-year-old vegetation surround the site, after this visit the evening is free.
    PYRAMIDES OF TUCUME: The pyramid complex of Túcume is one of the most important pre-inca centres because of its size and the quality of its structure. This site was a major regional centre, maybe even the capital of the successive occupations of the area by the Lambayeque/Sican (800-1350 AD), Chimú (1350–1450 AD) and Inca (1450–1532 AD). Local shaman healers (curanderos) invoke power of Túcume and La Raya Mountain in their rituals, and local people fear these sites.

    place Day 8. Chiclayo Visit Chiclayo full day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Chiclayo ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- |Private vehicle for the visitstranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    Today we start by visiting Huaca Rajada (Lord of Sipan). After lunch we visit the modern museum of the royal tomb of Sipan which has a collection of gold object which were found in the tomb and not far from there we finish our visit in the Brüning museum. After our visits we head to the airport to fly back to Lima. Upon arrival at the international airport of Lima our team will be waiting to transfer you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free.
    HUACA RAJADA (LORD OF SIPÁN): In 1987 a team of archaeologists discover the skeleton of the Lord of Sipán one of the greatest warlords of the Moche people. And the discovery have enabled historians and archaeologists to piece together much of the lost history of an impressive civilization which dominated most of northern Peru for centuries. The Lord of Sipán was buried with his head pointing south, his nose and ears covered with gold relics and his feet clad in silver. To accompany him, his subjects sacrificed women, children and llamas, while the finest warriors of the era accompanied their overlord on his voyage to the Afterlife.
    El MUSEO NATIONAL TUMBAS REALES DE SIPAN: This modern museum houses most of the important artefacts which Dr. Walter Alva Alva found in 1987. He helped found and support construction of the museum, which opened in 2002. The museum was designed to resemble the ancient Moche tombs and the museum's main attraction is the Lord of Sipan and his entourage, who accompanied him to the after world with him. The warriors who were buried with him had amputated feet, as if to prevent their leaving the tomb. The women were dressed in ceremonial clothes. Dogs, llamas, and more than 80 huacos (works of ceramic pottery) were also buried in the tomb.
    THE NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM BRUNING:The Brüning Museum, also known as Museo Regional Arqueológico Enrique Bruning de Lambayeque was inaugurated in 1924. It is an excellent museum based on the collections of Bruning gathered at the end of the 19th century and the first decades of the 20th century. The Peruvian government acquired this collection in 1925. This museum has been constantly enriched by pieces obtained in confiscations, donations and discoveries. The most recent procurement is the pieces acquired in the Grave of the "Master of Sipán". His remains and the mortuary trousseau rest between the walls of the museum.

    * Depending on the season and the weather, the itinerary will change and there are some sights which are not always accessible!

    place Day 9. Chiclayo - Trujillo Visit Chan-Chan half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Trujillo ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- | Private transport for the visits / Chiclayo-Trujillo ~3h35translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    After breakfast we take a private vehicle to Trujillo. On the way we visit the Huaca El Brujo Then after a quick stop at the hotel in Trujillo we will star our visit of the town and discover the site of Chan Chan which was declared a Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 1986 – the biggest clay town in the world and the capital of the Chimu Kingdom. After the visit the rest of the day will be free.
    HUACA EL BRUJO: The El Brujo Archaeological Complex 60km/38mi north of Trujillo is an ancient monument of the Moche culture. Huaca El Brujo (or Cortada/Partida) and Huaca Cao Viejo (or Huaca Blanca) were built by the Moche sometime between 1 and 600 AD. Huaca Cao Viejo is famous for its polychrome reliefs and mural paintings, and the discovery of the Señora de Cao, the first known Governess in Peru. A letter found during excavations at the site may contain translations of numbers written in Quingnam or Pescadora using the decimal system, the first physical evidence for existence of either of these languages.
    CHAN CHAN: The ancient Chimú kingdom (700-1400 AD) founded their capital by the banks of the Moche River in the department of La Libertad and called it Jang-Jang, which in the ancient Mochica language means "sun-sun". Chan Chan, which spans an area of 20 square km, is the largest mud-brick citadel dating back to the pre-Hispanic era. To build it, the Chimú architects used clay, mud, pebbles, wood, reeds, straw and cane, materials which enable the citadel to blend in with the sandy coasts. The complex is made up of many cities within a city, each of which has its own single entrance which leads down a corridor that opens up into other passageways lining walls and buildings featuring some marvellous rectangular architecture: inner patios, residences, administrative buildings, temples, platforms and storehouses. The walls were decorated with haut-relief friezes done in geometric and animal figures. The T-shaped platform that housed the king's burial chamber was the most important construction in the complex. The citadel was surrounded by outlying quarters which housed the kingdom's producers and servants. The separate cities today have been given the names of the archaeologists who studied them (Rivero, Tschudi, Bandelier, Uhle, Tello). The Rivero city was the seat of Minchancamán, the last of the Chimú rulers, who was captured by the Incas and taken to Cuzco, according to the Spanish chroniclers. The city was the urban centre of a vast regional state which covered half of the Peruvian coast, stretching from Tumbes on the Ecuadorian border down as far south as Lima. All roads branched out from Chan Chan.

    * Depending on the season and the weather, the itinerary will change and there are some sights which are not always accessible!

    place Day 10. Trujillo - CaruazVisit Huascaran mountain half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Carhuaz ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- |Private transport for the visits / Trujillo-Carhuaz ~5h15translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    Today we will drive to the Ancash department where we will be able to observe the white cordillera and specially the Huascaran Mountain.

    * Depending on the season and the weather, the itinerary will change and there are some sights which are not always accessible!

    place Day 11. Carhuaz - HuarazVisit Chavin de Huantar half day --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Huaraz ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- |Private transport for the visits / Carhuaz – Chavin de Huantar ~3h10 / Chavin de Huantar – Huaraz ~2h15translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    In the morning, departure by private vehicle for Chavin de Huantar. You will enjoy on the way of a grandiose scenery: lagoons, valley glaciers, rivers and different types of ecosystem. The highlight of the trip will be the Kahuich Tunnel at 4616 meters above sea level. Visit of the archaeological site which was, more than 2500 years ago, an important administrative and religious center, also center of pilgrimage where the people come sometimes from very far brought offerings to consult the prestigious Oracle of this Temple. Discovery of the temple, its underground galleries, and techniques architecture, agriculture and hydraulic system very advanced Chavin civilization. After the visit, transfer to the hotel in Huaraz.

    place Day 12. Huaraz leisure dayNo visit today --- homecheck --- |Hotel in Huaraz ---------- directions_walkcheck ---------- |No transport todaytranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    The day is free to explore Huaraz on your own.

    place Day 13. Huaraz - LimaNo Visit today --- homecheck --- |Hotel Buena Vista or similar ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- |Private Transport for the visits / Transport Huaraz – Caral - Lima ~7h30translate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast included Lunch, dinner not included

    We leave early because a long road trip is waiting for us. For lunch we stop at the port city of Barranca. After lunch we will discover the sacred city of Caral which is the oldest city in Peru (more than 5000 years since the present) and home to the first Andean civilization. Listed as a UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Site since 2009.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

    place Day 14. Lima DepartureNo Visit today --- homecheck --- |Departure ---------- directions_carcheck ---------- |Transfer Hotel-Airporttranslate ESG ---- |English Speaking Guide-- restaurantcheck -- |Breakfast is included at the hotel depending on your time of departure. If you must leave the hotel before breakfast is served at the hotel (normally at 07h00) breakfast is not included

    According to your time of departure you are transferred from the hotel to the airport in Lima. For international flights it is recommended to arrive at the airport 3 hours before scheduled departure. End of our services.

    Important: Itinerary can change because of weather or social conditions and some sights are not always accessible – Lipiko Tours cannot be held responsible for any changes in itinerary and sights not visited as a result.

     

  • Private tour
    with hotel standard
    Tour Code & Name
    BOLPAN14 PRIVATE
    Bolivia Panorama 14 days Private
    Travel Length
    14 Days
    on site
    Travellers
    Minimum 2 / Maximum 30

    Private tour for 1 person
    please contact us

    Departure
    From 2 people
    Price
    $3,723.00 per person


    all inclusive:
    (as indicated in the program for: domestic flight(s), taxes, tips, hotels, guides, transports, meals*
    *(see the program for meals details)

    Private tour
    with hotel superior
    Tour Code & Name
    BOLPAN14 PRIVATE SUPERIOR
    Bolivia Panorama 14 days Private Superior
    Travel Length
    14 Days
    on site
    Travellers
    Minimum 2 / Maximum 30

    Private tour for 1 person
    please contact us

    Departure
    From 2 people
    Price
    $4,633.00 per person


    all inclusive:
    (as indicated in the program for: domestic flight(s), taxes, tips, hotels, guides, transports, meals*
    *(see the program for meals details)

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    with hotel luxe
    Tour Code & Name
    BOLPAN14 LUXE
    Bolivia Panorama 14 days Luxe
    Travel Length
    14 Days
    on site
    Travellers
    Minimum 2 / Maximum 30

    Private tour for 1 person
    please contact us

    Departure
    From 2 people
    Price
    $5,977.00 per person


    all inclusive:
    (as indicated in the program for: domestic flight(s), taxes, tips, hotels, guides, transports, meals*
    *(see the program for meals details)

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  • GROUP : Travel in a small group (from 4 to 12 pers. Max), your trip will be guided by local English speaking guide and you can choose among the departure dates available.

    Dates Length Travellers Departure Price
    From Sun. 05/04/2020 to Sat. 18/04/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 03/05/2020 to Sat. 16/05/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 07/06/2020 to Sat. 20/06/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 05/07/2020 to Sat. 18/07/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 19/07/2020 to Sat. 02/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 02/08/2020 to Sat. 15/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 16/08/2020 to Sat. 29/08/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020 14 Days Minimum 4 / Maximum 12 From 4 people $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 05/04/2020 to Sat. 18/04/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 03/05/2020 to Sat. 16/05/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 07/06/2020 to Sat. 20/06/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 05/07/2020 to Sat. 18/07/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 19/07/2020 to Sat. 02/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 02/08/2020 to Sat. 15/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 16/08/2020 to Sat. 29/08/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    Dates
    From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020
    Length
    14 Days
    Travellers
    Minimum 4 / Maximum 12
    Departure
    From 4 people
    Price
    $2,125.00
    BOLPAN14 GROUP | From Sun. 06/09/2020 to Sat. 19/09/2020
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  • TAILOR MADE :Travel where, when, how and with whom you want. Choose your own departure date, the length of your stay, the visits, the category of your hotels even the type of transport.