- Duration: 25 days starting in Lima and ending in Quito
- Trip focus: Active sightseeing and cultural tour. Unique wildlife of the Galapagos Islands.
- Accommodation: 21 nights hotels, 1 night home stay on Lake Titicaca, 2 nights in a 400 year old Hacienda
- Transport: Flight, bus, train, launch
- Group size: Maximum 12 + S.E.T. tour leader, Minimum 6
- Trip cost: **Internal airfares subject to change. If not arriving with Lan Airlines, an airfare surcharge applies.
- Single supplement: US$980 – or if you wish to share and if we cannot find you a partner to share with a forced supplement of US$650 applies for Ecuador/Galapagos
- All accommodation
- Meals as specified in tour (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
- Airport transfers to and from accommodation in Peru, Galapagos and Quito
- Airfare Lima-Arequipa//Cusco-Quito-Galapagos-Quito
- Full pre departure briefings and logistical support in Lima and Quito
- All land and sea transport
- Entry and guided visit to all Inca sites on the itinerary
- Snorkelling equipment *Galapagos only
- Naturalist guides authorised by national park of Galapagos.
- Local payment of US$300
- Airport transfers
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED:
- Galapagos National Park entrance fee US$120, only payable in cash, upon arrival
- Alcoholic and soft drinks
- Meals not specified in itinerary
- Anything not specified in the package
- Optional diving (please enquire for diving package)
- Inca Trail option – see notes in “is this trip for you”
- Tips for your tour leaders
WHERE WE DIVE:
Leon Dormido – Kicker Rock (intermediate) tropical fish, Galapagos shark, batfish, occasional scalloped hammerhead shark, eagle and golden rays, moray eels, green sea turtles, stingrays, barracuda, triggerfish, boxfish, frogfish, and plenty more! Reprinted with permission of the author, Crystal Hightower. © Copyright 2010 Crystal Hightower
Most of our adventure tours involve a local payment. Paying locally allows us to keep the overall cost of our tours competitive and pass the savings on to you. These funds are put towards local expenses. In some developing countries the transferring of funds is at times problematic so this is a way to help us serve you, whilst saving you money. Payment is to be made to your leader upon arrival in cash.
All prices are approximate and subject to currency fluctuations until final payment has been made.