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I'm organizing a trip (oriented as "photographic Safari") to Peru for Eastern 2009, from April 04 to April 14, including a gastronomic visit to Lima, Cusco, the Sacrey Valley of the Incas and the Inca trail to Macchu Picchu. Because the government regulations about the Inca Trail, the dead-line for the inscription is the second week of February. Prices are from Lima (right now there are really good prices from NYC to Lima...) for more information, do not hesitated to contact me by email or phone +1 646 269 9850.

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April 4th
- Arrive to Lima
- Transfer to the Hotel -Hotel Antigua in Miraflores
- Night in Lima

April 5th
- City Tour in Lima - Panoramic visit of Lima - Colonial and Contemporary neighborhoods of the city. Includes the Cathedral, San Francisco Church
Lima
- Lunch at Pescados Capitales tasting different kind of Ceviche and Sea Food (Lunch includes 1 beer or 1 soda or mineral water)
- Free afternoon
LarcoMar
- Dinner-Show Peruvian Creole food and show with more than 10 folkloric dances (Dinner includes 1 Pisco Sour, 1 glass of wine and 1 soda or mineral water) at La Dama Juana
- Night in Lima

April 6th
- Transfer to the airport
- Reception and transfer to Hotel (Hotel Valicha or Hotel Puma or Hotel Eco INN) in Cusco (altitude - 11000 feet above sea level)
Cusco - Plaza Mayor
- Visit to the Cathedral and Koricancha
- Procession of the Señor de los Temblores / Lord of the earthquakes -principal festivity in Cusco during Easter
Procession and CathedralLord of the earthquakes
- Hotel in Cusco

April 7th
- Tour to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, including Awana Cancha, Sacsayhuaman
Sacsayhaman
Pisaq, ruins
Ruins of Pisac Ruins of Pisac
and Pisac art and craft market
Pisac - Market
- Lunch in Pisaq (9,750 feet above sea level)
- Traditional Pago a la Tierra / giving to mother earth, ancient Inca ritual
- Night in Urubamba (9420 feet above sea level)

April 8th
- Visit to Maras: impressive complex of exploitation of salt, located in the landscape named Qoripujio and Moray: unique group of archaeological remains, the only one in this region. (11,090 feet above sea level)
Maras Maras
- Lunch in Urubamba (Included)
- Visit to a Chicheria and follow the process of preparing Chicha
- Free afternoon
- Night in Urubamba

April 9th
- Visit to Ollantaytambo (9,160 feet above sea level)
Ollantaytambo OllantaytamboOllantaytambo
- Beginning of the Camino Inca / Inca Trail

April 9 to 12
- Inca trail: all included: meals, porters and cook, 4 people tents for 2 persons, etc but sleeping bags, that you can rent from our tour operator (for more information, take a look at our Tout Operator website http://www.inkasterritory.com/programs-1.html)

April 12
- Arrive to Macchu Picchu by noon - after lunch
Macchu Picchu -  Vue over the Huaina PicchuMacchu Picchu -Panorama
- Free afternoon in the ruins
- Dinner (included)
- Night in Aguas Calientes (Hotel Presidente)

April 13th
- Guided tour to Macchu Picchu. Free time until Lunch.
- Lunch (included)
- Train "Visitandome" to Cusco
- Diner in Cusco (included)
- Night in Cusco

April 14th
- Transfer to the Airport

Extension: visit to the Amazonian Jungle (Puerto Maldonado - Tambopata River) from April 14 to April 17 (the jungle package cost $ 300.00)

The price by passenger from Lima (based on rooms for 2) is $1900.00
Plus airfare:
Lima - Cusco: $263.00; or
Lima - Cusco - Puerto Maldonado - Lima: $324.00 if you choose the visit to the jungle.

Information needed ASAP in order to get the permit for the Inca Trail:
Name
Date of birth
Nationality
Passport Number (the one the passenger will use to ravel and it has to be valid for more than 6 month after the date of entrance in Peru)

Visa information for visiting Peru