20 Day Peru & Bolivia Adventure

Women Only

Max group 12

Lifetime Deposit

Hola! Como estas? It’s time for you to see the best corners of Peru and Bolivia on this 20-day adventure through the central Andes. Get ready to uncover these countries by road, air, rail and foot, weaving your way along the spiny mountain range. Your breath, quite literally, will be taken away at both the altitude and the stunning scenery!

While you’ll certainly see the deservedly-touristed highlights like Machu Picchu, there’s plenty of room for delightfully offbeat moments. You’ll visit the big-time cities like Lima, Cusco and the highest capital in the world, La Paz, while also experiencing small towns that seem as though they’re tucked in the clouds. 

Watch the sunset over the snow white expanse of the Salar de Uyuni, sail deep into the far reaches of the Amazon Rainforest and stand atop Lake Titicaca’s floating islands. Of course, there’s room for unique cultural experiences too! From a Peruvian cooking class that’s rather special, to spending the night in a traditional homestay and creating your very own musical instruments. And… you’ll be steeped in thousands of years of history through it all. 

This is a side of Peru and Bolivia that can’t be uncovered any other way. You’ll get to see it all in a small, tight-knit group of no more than 12 like-minded ladies. Ready to call yourself a “Patchie”? It’s the perfect time to see for yourself why the Incan Empire was so exceptional.

Highlights

Learn the secrets of Peruvian cuisine from a local woman

Experience Amazon’s astonishing nature & wildlife

Meet the locals in a Sacred Valley & learn about their traditions

Visit the Lost City of the Incas: Machu Picchu

Cruise Lake Titicaca & meet its locals

Stroll down the streets of the highest capital in the world

See the salt-making process in Uyuni Salt Flats

Watch preparations of the 8,000-year-old traditional Pachamanca feast

Dates
May 2024

2 SPOTS LEFT

Starts – Lima, 31 May 2024

Finishes: – La Paz, 19 June 2024


Price – $9,610 AUD (per person twin share)

Single supplement: $2,354 AUD


August 2024

NEW DATE

Starts – Lima, 23 August, 2024

Finishes: – La Paz, 11 September 2024


Price – $9,610 AUD (per person twin share)

Single supplement: $2,354 AUD

September 2024

6 spots left

Starts – Lima, 6 September, 2024

Finishes: – La Paz, 25 September 2024


Price – $9,610 AUD (per person twin share)

Single supplement: $2,354 AUD

Trip Details

Price

According to departure date

  • $1,900 AUD deposit.
  • 2-week cooling-off period applies.
  • Lifetime Deposit. If you need to cancel, your deposit is transferable to other trips.
  • Twin Share: we’ll match you with a roomie if you’re travelling solo.
  • Private supplement available: max 4 spots. 

Please refer to our payment terms in the FAQs.


Trip length

20 days, 19 nights


Meeting point

Antigua Miraflores Boutique Hotel, Lima, Peru


Ending point

Rosario Hotel, La Paz, Bolivia


Group size

Maximum 12


Participation requirements

Please see our “Is this trip right for you?” section under the Participation Tab.


Included

  • Meals: 19 breakfasts, 12 lunches and 16 dinners
  • Air-conditioned private vehicle transportation, 4 x domestic flights, boat, catamaran.
  • Scenic train ride to Aguas Calientes, 4WD salt flats rides 
  • 15 nights boutique and premium hotels, 3 nights Amazon eco lodge, 1 night homestay. 
  • Two top-rated and English-speaking tour leaders
  • Amazon specialist guide
  • All listed activities and more!

Not included

  • International flights
  • Travel insurance (compulsory)
  • Any visas if required
  • Late check-out at hotels
  • Meals and drinks not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Drinks with included lunches and dinners
  • Tip kitty. Note: as Aussies and Kiwis, we are not used to tipping! However, guide and driver tipping is customary for tours in Peru and Bolivia.
  • Personal expenditure.

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Day 1: Welcome to Lima!

Welcome to Lima, the City of Kings!

It’s undoubtedly been a long journey to Peru so we’ve arranged for a private pick up and transfer directly to your hotel. No fussing with taxis! Relax and reboot or get acquainted with Lima’s energetic streets before a welcome dinner this evening. Soon it will be time to meet your fellow Patchies and local guides. This isn’t just your first taste of Peruvian cuisine but also your first glimpse of pre-Incan ruins.

Tomorrow you’ll dive head first into Peru’s lively capital!

Accommodation: Antigua Miraflores Boutique Hotel (or similar)
Included: Dinner

Day 2: Lima, Peru

The flavours and ingredients of the Pacific Ocean, Andes Mountains and Amazon Rainforest converge to create Peruvian cuisine, one of the most revered in the world. Today you’ll explore this colourful country through your tastebuds. 

Follow your guide’s cue and get yourself immersed in the city’s hubbub of a market and vendors commotion, selling everything from peculiar fruits to whole tuna and aromatic spices like aji amarillo. Imagine if this was your weekly shop! After you’ve gathered together your medley of ingredients, head to a local home to learn how to make Peru’s national dish, ceviche, from the best. Your teacher is a Peruvian matriarch and, of course, a seasoned cook. You on the other hand won’t need to be a master chef, merely a devoted student – and lover of food!

End your epic foodie escapades with a walking tour along some of Lima’s best street food stalls: the perfect mix of history and cuisine.

Accommodation: Antigua Miraflores Boutique Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Snack

Day 3: Puerto Maldonado

(The Amazon Rainforest)

From the cosmopolitan streets of Lima to the Amazon Rainforest, today is a whirlwind-change of scenery to another of Peru’s many climates. You’ll take a short flight to Puerto Maldonado, the gateway of the Amazon Rainforest – getting there is an adventure in itself. You’ll travel by plane, car and boat, cruising up the Madre de Dios River for three hours before reaching a remote eco-lodge. Waiting for you is your local, specialist guide who knows both the rainforest and river like the back of their hand. 

Accommodation tonight is another big change of pace. It’s cold showers, no WI-FI and limited electricity for the next few days. But oh! You’ll relish in the refreshing feeling after a long walk through the humid jungle.

Accommodation: Ñape Lodge
Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4: Amazon Rainforest

Wipe the sleep from your eyes beneath the mosquito nets, today is all about exploring the depths of the jungle – and it’s bound to be unforgettable. The Amazon Rainforest hides more than just precious creatures like tapirs, capybara and giant otters from curious eyes. There’s a bounty of medicinal plants hiding in plain sight. Learn about them with your guide while also keeping your eyes peeled for forest-dwelling scarlet macaws and morpho butterflies. Can you hear the monkeys chatting to each other in the distance?

Pull out the bug spray! There’s a grand finale to your day of exploring the steamy bush – a night jungle expedition. You’ll hear the jungle’s nocturnal inhabitants come alive in a whole new way as a symphony of tree frogs croak you to sleep.

Accommodation: Ñape Lodge
Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5: Tres Chimbadas Lake

It’s your third day in the rainforest and it’s time to get back on the water. Today, you’re off to explore the Tres Chimbadas Lake by catamaran! At this point, you might want to pull out your binoculars. The dense vegetation that surrounds this lake is home to giant river otters and black alligators, providing the perfect sanctuary for all manner of creatures. If you’re really lucky, you may catch a glimpse at the highly endangered, and elusive, river wolves who roam nearby.

This evening you’ll do as the locals do and while away the hours learning how to carve a bow and arrow. These weapons are used for hunting and have provided sustenance for the peoples of the Amazon for thousands of years.

Accommodation: Ñape Lodge
Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6: Cusco

It’s goodbye to the steamy jungle and hello to the highlands! You’ve seen both the modern capital and lush Amazonian Peru, now it’s time for the ancient capital, Cusco. It’s just a 50-minute flight up and into the Andes from Puerto Maldonado. Be prepared though, you’re about to experience a major shift in altitude as you fly from sea level to 3,400 metres in elevation.

Make sure to stay hydrated and, should you feel the effects, go in search of the infamous coca tea with the help of your guide. Dinner this evening is at Mama Seledonia, a restaurant that supports young, single mothers and dishes up some seriously yum-inducing eats. Unpack, get comfy, and settle in a bit, you’ll be based at this hotel for the next three nights.

Accommodation: Munay Wasi Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Altitude: 3,450 m

So, What Exactly Is Coca?

Peru is famous for coca and you’ll see it everywhere in the Andes region of South America as a remedy for everything from altitude sickness to asthma. Yes, this is technically the base ingredient for both Coca-Cola and cocaine, but it’s so much more than its undeserved status as an illicit drug and sugary soda. Coca has been used medicinally for thousands of years and is sacred to the Quechua people. Used in ceremonies and rituals, residue of the leaves has even been found on the lips of mummies, sacrificed long ago by the Incas. Locals typically roll the leaves into a ball and chew on them to release their restorative properties. All this to say, coca can be a wonderful aid to whatever ails you.

Day 7: History of the Incas

You’ve had only a taste of ancient Incan history and now it’s time for a deep dive! “Are we there yet,” you’re probably wondering? Not quite! Before you get to Machu Picchu, there are a bunch of places along the way for you to explore. Beginning with the outskirts of Cusco at Sacsayhuaman, a ceremonial centre that’s almost impossibly fortified. Just how did the Incas carve these stones that fit so perfectly together? The megalithic boulders that make up Sacsayhuaman look as if a giant had carefully placed each one.

Finish off your first full day in Cusco by strolling the streets this afternoon on a guided tour. You’re walking in the footsteps of thousands of years of history from the Qoricancha Temple to the gruesome Spanish Conquest. The city will sing you its story through both European and Incan architecture and the craggy cobblestones that connect it all.

Accommodation: Munay Wasi Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Altitude: 3,450 m

Day 8: San Blas Neighborhood

It’s been a whirlwind of a first week in Peru. Time for a little R&R! Start the day with a free morning, enjoying a peaceful breakfast at the hotel. A walking tour of the funky San Blas neighbourhood is on this afternoon. These white-washed, terracotta-tiled buildings are home to an artisan community of galleries, studios and a creative restaurant scene.

We’re sure you know the famous tune, “El Condor Pasa”, originally composed by a Peruvian and inspired by Andean folk music, and decades later ‘remade’ by Simon and Garfunkel. Is it possible this evocative melody piqued your interest in this trip? We wouldn’t blame you! The almost mystical instruments you’re hearing are zampoña, a member of the lute family. You’ll visit a local musician’s home where you can play traditional Peruvian instruments and even try your hand at making these traditional panpipes.

Accommodation: Munay Wasi Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Altitude: 3,450 m

Day 9: Sacred Valley of the Incas

It’s day nine and the time has finally come to journey into the Sacred Valley of the Incas. This also means you’re a step closer to Machu Picchu. Peer up into the hills to see the terraced farms and sheer valley walls that protect the locals. This legendary part of Peru has been both a fertile farmland and creative haven for centuries. Today, you’ll jump right into the locals’ way of life, learning about their traditional, Andean weaving techniques using camelid wool. Afterwards, there’s a special lunch in store to commemorate your arrival! 

Watch as searing stones are used to cook home-grown ingredients like guinea pig and potatoes, in preparation of an 8,000-year-old, traditional Pachamanca feast in your honour. Don’t worry if you can’t stomach eating these cute little guys – there’ll be beef and chicken too!

Accommodation: Sonesta Posada Del Inca Yucay Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Altitude: 2,860 m

Day 10: Aguas Calientes

All aboard the Inca Rail! Today you’ll follow the winding Urubamba River to Ollantaytambo by car before taking the train to Aguas Calientes. This isn’t just any railway but one of the most wow-inducing train journeys in the world! Watch as the Sacred Valley slips past your window before ascending high into the dense cloud forest. 

On arrival in Aguas Calientes you’ll need to brace yourself, because… it’s just not as attractive. Unfortunately. It’s a touristy hotspot. But, there’s literally no way around it – it’s the necessary through-route to the main gig. Your hotel on the other hand is rather beautiful! Gather together for lunch before spending the remainder of the day however you’d like. You might just want to zen out at the hotel so you can avoid the souvenir traps. Get some rest tonight, this is the eve of your pinnacle Peru moment – the final push to the mythic Machu Picchu.

Accommodation: Hatun Inti Boutique Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast & Lunch
Altitude: 2,040 m

Day 11: Machu Picchu

You’ve seen it through a screen or maybe in a magazine, but today, it’s the real deal. You’re finally about to witness Machu Picchu – in the flesh! You’ll arrive by shuttle bus, saving your energy for exploring the ruins themselves rather than climbing up the steps of the Inca Trail. 

Visiting Machu Picchu is surreal. It’s beautiful, but popular. We recommend finding a quiet space for yourself, closing your eyes and bringing yourself into the moment. You can just feel the magical vibe out there. It’s amazing to think that it’s remained here, high up on the Vilcabamba Mountains, quietly for hundreds of years before someone noticed it. 

Your guide will teach you everything there is to know about the Lost City of the Incas. A final stop for a celebratory lunch back in Aguas Calientes, then head back to your old stomping grounds, Cusco.

Accommodation: Munay Wasi Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Altitude: Machu Picchu 2,430 m, Cusco 3,450 m

Day 12: Cusco

It’s a free day in Cusco! You’re over halfway into this exciting trip through Peru and Bolivia. Take the day to reflect or venture back out onto the cobblestone streets. Your guide will give you a Boleto Touristico, a pass that gives you access to 16 museums and archaeological sites, if you haven’t had your fill of Peruvian history. Whatever you decide to do, be sure to sleep in and get some much needed rest. Tomorrow is a long drive deeper into the Andes!

Accommodation: Munay Wasi Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast
Altitude: 3,450 m

Day 13: Lake Titicaca

Remember that long drive we mentioned? Well today’s the day! It’s an epic 10-hour road trip of the Andes. It may be arduous but we promise that the destination, and views, are well worth the journey. Your route will contour through the mountainy peaks, all the while punctuated with herds of alpaca, wild vicuñas and locals navigating on foot.

You’ll break up the drive with lunch at a local restaurant, and before you know it, the gang will arrive at the shores of the stunning Lake Titicaca. You’ve made it to the highest altitude point of the trip at 3,800 metres. Spend the night, tucked beneath thick blankets in your host family’s humble, mud-brick home. Catching some zzz’s won’t be difficult after your adventurous day!

Accommodation: Homestay with a Llachon Community
Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Altitude: 3,860 m

Day 14: Puno, Peru

Bid your sweet host family a tearful farewell as you sail away on Lake Titicaca. But dry your eyes quickly because the local family experiences aren’t over just yet! Drift along the serene waters as you head towards both the Floating Islands and Taquile Island for lunch with another family who lives in the centre of the lake. 

The people of Taquile Island are skilled masters of the loom and they happen to be some of the friendliest people you could ever meet. Feel free to pick up one of their masterpieces if you find them appealing. This evening you’ll appreciate your more plush accommodation in the quiet town of Puno after a night of roughing it. Believe it or not, just across the water is your next destination, Bolivia!

Accommodation: La Hacienda Plaza de Armas Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Altitude: 3,830 m

Day 15: La Paz, Bolivia

Welcome to Bolivia! 

After 15 days in Peru, it’s time to see the Bolivian side of the Andes. Today you’ll make your way to the highest capital city in the world, La Paz, sitting at almost 3,600 metres. It’ll be another adventurous day of transportation as you navigate both customs and winding switchbacks. But the journey will be studded with interesting, and downright mysterious, stops along the way. At the border, hop out of your Peruvian vehicle, take your time to farewell your Peruvian guide who is practically family by now, make your way through customs, and voila! Your Bolivian vehicle and local guide are eagerly waiting for you on the other side. Don’t fret this formality. Your guide will be with you every step of the way. Further down the road, the site of Tiwanaku is a head-scratcher. A once-great civilisation disappearing into thin air is enough to make anyone curious.

Crouched within a volcanic crater, the city looks as if it’s cradled in the arms of gargantuan mountains.

Accommodation: Rosario La Paz Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner
Altitude: 3,600 m

Day 16: Explore La Paz

Today is your introduction to the “Tibet of the Americas” through La Paz’s happily-jumbled streets. You should be well used to the altitude at this point but there’s no doubt that Bolivia will leave you breathless as you explore this city of two million with your trusty guide. 

A visit to the Valley of the Moon will wow you with its almost supernatural, lunar landscape. Once you’re back in the city, hop aboard the shiny new cable cars for a bird’s eye perspective. Next, explore the wild and wonderful Mercado de las Brujas – the Witches Market! It’s as if you’ve stepped into a wacky world of magic with llama foetuses and talismans side-by-side with a prismatic explosion of textiles in various shades of neon. 

Enjoy the afternoon free, relax at the hotel or continue your explorations of this enchanting metropolis. You’ll have the opportunity to seek out a local dinner of your choice tonight. Bolivian cuisine is all things hearty and comforting.

Accommodation: Rosario La Paz Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Altitude: 3,600 m

A Bolivian Fashion Statement

Curious why Bolivian women have incorporated the stoic-looking bowler hat , aka ‘cholitas’, into their wardrobe? First brought to Bolivia by British rail workers, the bowler hat began to take root in Bolivian fashion some time in the 1920s. Legend has it that a shipment of strangely small bowler hats arrived one day. Rather than have them go to waste, sellers began to market the woollen top hats to local women. The rest, as they say, is history! Today, you’ll see many Bolivian ladies rocking these cholitas to compliment their traditional, colourful outfits.

Day 17: Uyuni

Day 17 begins with a short domestic flight to the small town of Uyuni – home to the largest salt flat in the world and your base for exploring this alien landscape!

The salar was formed thousands of years ago as a result of lake waters slowly retracting, leaving behind huge deposits of salt and lithium, just beneath the surface. 

As you gaze out at these salt flats, it does indeed seem as if you’re on a different planet. It strikes you just how far from home you really are. All your worries, obligations and what-not, have no significance out here. And boy, does it feel good. 

Jump into your 4WDs to navigate the barren Bolivian Altiplano. You’ll make several stops that tell the story of the salar, from a long forgotten train cemetery to the process of making table salt. But the most impressive stop? Incahuasi Island, with 360-degree panoramic views and its surreal cacti forest, all of it surrounded by stark, white salt flats as far as the eye can see. 

Dinner tonight will be held at your hotel, made entirely of salt! You could lick the walls to double check but trust us, it’s 100 percent sodium chloride.

Accommodation: Luna Salada Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner
Altitude: 3,650 m

Day 18: Tunupa Volcano

After a restful sleep beneath the salt, it’s time to venture back out onto the arid salar. We hope you brought your chapstick! Your guide will lead you through ancient caves where mummies have been resting for hundreds of years, perfectly preserved by the briny air. End the day with views of the salt flats from the base of Tunupa Volcano as you wave goodbye to this otherworldly landscape and the sun slips into the horizon.

Accommodation: Luna Salada Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 19: La Paz

It’s your last full day in Bolivia and you’re headed back to the capital via a one-hour, early morning flight. Once in La Paz, drop your bags and enjoy your afternoon however you like. Walk the street markets and savour those peekaboo-views of Illimani, or just rest and reminisce on your time in South America. This is your last chance to grab souvenirs like singani, a local liquor or talismans to protect you on your trek home. Tonight you’ll celebrate the end of this epic adventure with dinner and traditional dancing, elbow-to-elbow with your adventure-bonded friends.

Accommodation: Rosario La Paz Hotel (or similar)
Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Altitude: 3,600m 

Day 20 – Farewell Friends

It’s time to pack up, say tearful goodbyes and watch Bolivia disappear out the plane window. Can you believe it’s already been 20 memory-making days? Exchange info with the Patchie gals over one last breakfast of traditional salteñas. For now it’s, “Hasta Luego!”

Included: Breakfast

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The Essential Info

Fitness

Level 2 or Moderate

You’ll need a moderate level of fitness for this trip. If you can walk 3 – 4 hours at an easy pace on undulating and uneven ground, you’ll be fine. There will be days where you’ll be spending a lot of time on your feet and times when you’ll need to get on and off different types of transport, including boats and 4WDs. You must be ok with using a squat toilet – we do our best to accommodate what you’re used to (all hotel rooms have sit down toilets) but when you’re on-the-road and in remote locations, sometimes it’s the only choice available. You’ll also need to be able to access over-the-bath showers.

High Altitude Trip

On this epic 20-day journey you’ll travel from the Peruvian Pacific coast to the Amazon, and up into the Andes. You’ll spend the final leg of your journey in the highlands where the altitude levels go beyond 2800 meters. All vehicles you’ll travel in have oxygen onboard. Our tour leaders are trained in first aid. We’ll share more advice on how to manage altitude change closer to your departure.

Frequently Asked Questions

Prior to the payment of your full balance, the final price may change if there is significant variation in the AUD:USD exchange rate. Our trip pricing is determined by what the exchange rates are at the time of publishing the trip.

The pricing on this trip is based on an exchange rate of 1 AUD:0.65 USD.

A deposit of $1,900 is required to hold your spot. Payment can be made by credit card (fees apply) or bank deposit.

There is a cooling-off period of 2 weeks. (Applicable to all bookings made 110 days in advance.)

We have implemented a ‘lifetime deposit’ guarantee. Deposits are not refundable, but they are transferable at any time, right up until the first day of the trip.

The final balance of the trip is required 95 days in advance of the departure date. Our suppliers require upfront payment well in advance to guarantee availability.

Please refer to the full terms and conditions for further information.

This is the most frequently asked question we get!

Nearly everyone is in their 50s and 60s, with some people above and below (but of course, everyone is welcome!)

Most Patchies come alone and are matched with a room-mate. Remember, you don’t need to pay for a single supplement if you come solo. We will place you with a similarly-aged roommate.

The typical Patchie has travelled a LOT, is a well-seasoned adventurer, and is not easily thrown by small things. However, many Patchies tell us that this is their first ever group tour. Many of our guests have avoided tours to this point as they’re not attracted to being herded around in large groups.

Oh, and one last thing:

Patchies are warm, generous, and kind. We knew it would be like this, but we weren’t expecting it to be *quite* like this. We’re so blessed as a business to have the customers we do; we consider ourselves to be some of the luckiest people in the world.

There are several 1-stop flights to Peru from some Australian and New Zealand cities.

To accommodate the domestic flight luggage limits, we request that you travel with 1 case/bag weighing no more than 20kg, and 1 carry-on bag/case weighing no greater than 8kg.

Local regulations require that your stay in the Amazonian Rainforest be managed by your welcoming lodge hosts. Most of your luggage will be stored safely in their town office, and they’ll loan you a duffle bag to pack what you need for your three nights in the jungle.

Your lodge is eco-friendly and owned by the local community. Rooms are simple but comfortable, with flush toilets (ensuite), showers (cold water only) and mosquito nets. Usually, there is no electricity in the rooms. Don’t fret – you’ll be able to recharge your overworked camera batteries using the electricity outlets in the common area of the lodge at designated times of the day! 

Due to the nature and remoteness of the location, you’ll be sharing the lodge and some transfers with others, besides your fellow Patchies. However, during the jungle expeditions, your group will have their own jungle guide – and you’ll always be accompanied by your Peruvian tour leader.

The scenic train ride on Day 10 takes you from the ancient town of Ollantaytambo to Agua Calientes. There’s no room for luggage on the small train carriages, so your group’s luggage will be stored safely at the station, and you’ll pick it up on your way back through the next day. Bring a small backpack with you to carry any personal items you need for your overnight stay.

On the last part of the trip, you’ll be travelling through the highlands region. Most of the destinations are at high altitudes (between 2,000 m and 3,600 m). Your first destination in the highlands is the vibrant city of Cusco at 3,450 m where you’ll have a chance to acclimatise to the altitude. Your tour leader is experienced in high-altitude travel and is trained in first aid. You’ll travel with oxygen aboard, for assistance in the rare case someone should feel ill from an atmospheric change. We ask that you consult your doctor for direction on how best to prepare for this tour.

International airfares are not included.

Solo travellers will be matched with a room-mate. Of course, if you prefer to have your own space, you can reserve the private room supplement.

Please contact us for more information.

Aussies and Kiwis do not need Visa to vist Peru and Bolivia. The length of stay permitted upon entry is 30 days in both countries.

Airport transfers are included. You can plan to arrive at any time, but we recommend arriving in the morning to give yourself time to settle in. (NB: Hotel check-in time is 2pm)

In the unlikely event of a health or security related incident during a trip, we’ve engaged a local partner to assist. From our experience, there is not one framework that fits all, and every incident is unique and requires a different approach. With all trips, your guides are your day-to-day support. While behind the scenes, there is an active line of communication – between your guide, the on-ground support team, and Australian Ops.

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