Adventure Awaits, Go Find It
8 Days From $ USD 1100.00
Adventure Awaits, Go Find Itc
8 Days From $ USD 1100.00
Our “8 days in Cusco, Sacred Valley, Mountain of Colors and Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu” package is a tour full of history and the impressive natural beauty of the Peruvian Andes. On our 8-day tour, you will have the opportunity to explore some of the destinations of the Peruvian Andes.
Our great adventure begins in Cusco, where you will appreciate the beautiful colonial architecture and enjoy the experiences of the local people.
We will visit the Sacred Valley, a fertile land that is home to impressive Inca archaeological sites. Here, you will experience the unique connection between nature and history.
Our great adventure continues with a visit to the Rainbow Mountain, a hike surrounded by colorful landscapes.
The hike to the top of this mountain is challenging, but the reward of taking in its amazing panoramic views makes every step worth it.
Our tour includes a hike to the Salkantay mountain, an excellent alternative to the Inca Trail 4 Days, which will take you to Machu Picchu, passing through glaciers and valleys, before reaching the mythical Inca citadel.
This road less traveled will allow you to experience the serenity of nature and the grandeur of the Inca civilization.
Our local guides will share with you in-depth knowledge about local history and culture, as well as everything you need to have a comfortable and safe adventure.
From the majesty of ancient Inca ruins to the stunning natural beauty of the Rainbow Mountain, this tour offers a complete immersion into the richness of Peruvian heritage. Get ready to live an unforgettable experience full of adventure, culture and impressive landscapes!
8 Day Cusco, Sacred Valley, Rainbow Mountain, Salkantay, Humantay Lake & Machupicchu Overview:
Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Incas are popular travel destinations in Peru, known for their rich history, stunning landscapes, and inca sites. The Salkantay Trek is one of the most famous alternative routes to reach Machu Picchu, offering breathtaking views of the Andes Mountains and the opportunity to immerse oneself in the natural beauty of the region. The Glamping Sky Lodge Dome is a unique accommodation option that provides an adventurous and luxurious experience during the Salkantay Trek.
Cusco, the capital of the Inca Empire combines colonial architecture with Inca ruins. It serves as the gateway to Machu Picchu and offers a range of historical sites, Qorikancha Temple and the Sacsayhuaman fortress. In the city you can found local markets, traditional Peruvian cuisine, and colorful festivals.
The Sacred Valley is located just outside Cusco and is renowned for its picturesque landscapes and important archaeological sites. It stretches es along the Urubamba River and is home to ancient Inca ruins such as Pisac, Ollantaytambo, and Moray.
The Salkantay Trek is an alternative trek to Machu Picchu, offering a more challenging and less crowded experience compared to the classic Inca Trail. The trek usually takes around five days and covers a distance of approximately 75 kilometers (46 miles).
The Trek passes through diverse landscapes, including snow-capped mountains, high-altitude passes, cloud forests, and subtropical valleys.
The Glamping Sky Lodge Dome is a unique accommodation option along the Salkantay Trek. Located near Soraypampa, it offers a luxurious camping experience Domes provide panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and starry skies.
Each dome is equipped with comfortable beds, dining facilities, and a private bathroom with hot water. The experience of staying at the Sky Lodge Dome combines adventure, luxury, and the beauty of nature.
When you arrive to Cusco, Our travel agent will take you to your hotel. Then you will get a coca tea to prevent the altitude sickness. You will have the morning to rest and acclimatize.
We suggest to enjoy a light lunch in a restaurant that we can recommend.
In the afternoon you will take a city tour to visit Cusco, as well as visit the main square, the cathedral and the Coricancha (Temple of the Sun).
We will visit the Cusco´s main important archaeological sites, like a Sacsayhuaman Fortress, Q’enqo, Puka Pukara and Tambomachay. The tour ends at 6:30 pm in the Main Plaza, allowing you enjoy a lovely dinner at one of Cusco’s exquisite restaurants. Then we will return to the Hotel
We will pick you up from your hotel at 8:15 am to begin the Sacred Valley tour. Our tour includes a visit to the Pisac traditional market, to enjoy the colorful and traditions on the Sacred Valley.
You can buy beautiful handicrafts on the traditional market, interacting with local artisans.
Pisac is located 31 km away from Cusco, at an altitude of 2,970 meters.
Our tour will take us to Ollantaytambo, a city that preserves the ancestral traditions of the Incas. This city preserves the old Inca constructions. After enjoy the lunch, we will return to Cusco with a stop in Chincheros.
Chincheros is recognized for its well-preserved Inca walls and the beautiful colonial church built on an Inca foundation. Chinchero is surrounded with amazing mountains.
The Rainbow Mountain tour begins at 04:00 a.m., Our travel agent pick you up from your hotel, We will drive until reach the beginning of the hike.
At Cusipata we enjoy a delicious buffet style breakfast.
We start the trek to the Rainbow Mountain which is located at 5200 masl. The distance between the starting point and the Rainbow Mountain is 3 kilometers.
On the route we will see innumerable natural landscapes of the Andes, accompanied by llamas and alpacas that were pastored by the local people
On the Rainbow Mountain tour we will appreciate and enjoy the magic of the mountains and surroundings once on the top we stay between about 30 and 40 minutes. around
After enjoying, we will return to Cusco. We arrive at 4:00 p.m., approximately.
We will pick you up from your hotel between 4:30 am and 5:00 am to drive about 2 hours to Mollepata where we will stop for breakfast.
Then we will continue driving for 1 hour to Challacancha where we begin our walk through Salkantay.
When we arrive at Challacancha we will make preparations for the hike where our guides will prepare our camping equipment.
The first 3 hours will be an ascent until we reach Soraypampa where we will have lunch accompanied by panoramic views of beautiful snow-capped mountains (Humantay; 4120m/ 13500 feet and Salkantay; 6271 m/20575 feet)
After the lunch we will begin the Lake Humantay hike, and then we will return to Soraypampa, our first camping site (3800 m/11750 ft), Our hike will take us very close to the second highest snow-capped mountain from Salkantay
After enjoying breakfast, we will start the trek at 6:00 am, this day will be longer than the others, we will make an ascent to the highest point of the trek (4650 m/15200 ft) located between 2 huge mountains, the snowy Salkantay on the right and the snow-capped Salkantay Mountain on the left.
From this pass, the views of the 2 snow-capped mountains are incredible. There is a possibility of snowfall. After a rest, we will hike downhill through a spectacular cloud forest to Huayracpunku, where we will have lunch.
We walk again after lunch through the jungle until we reach Chaullay where we will take our local transport for 1 hour until we arrive at our La Playa Loreta Camp Café.
The reason why we stay at this camp is because the next day we will climb a mountain where we will find one of the most beautiful Inca trails known as Llactapata. You will also see the city of Machu Picchu from this point.
We will have breakfast at 6:00 am and leave our campsite located at La Playa Loreta.
We will walk along an original Inca trail to Llactapata, where we will have the opportunity to see Machu Picchu at the distance (This place is the best viewpoint of Machu Picchu ), then we will continue walking and pass through plantations: coca, banana, etc. until we reach the hydroelectric station where we will have lunch.
After lunch we will continue walking for two and a half hours until we reach the town of Aguas Calientes where we will spend the night in a hotel. In this small town you can enjoy the hot springs (entrance fee 10 soles) a real treat after finishing the Salkantay Trek.
Salkantay trek important day! We wake up early morning about 4am to then to 4:30 to have the breakfast and Start to walk up to Machupicchu which takes 1 and half hours up to machupicchu. But there is another option to catch the first bus which leaves 5:30am to Machupicchu. (it takes 25-minutes long) in order to appreciate the magnificent city as the sun is rising. A walking tour (approximately 2 hours) is given by your Guide and after this you can explore the mysterious city by yourselves. If you still have energy you can also climb Huaynapicchu (2720m/8890ft)!!! It takes 45 minutes to reach the top.and after enjoying machupicchu you have to go down to aguas calientes to take the train back to ollantaytambo and then bus back cusco.
4TH DAY: Total distance: 6 km (aprox.)
Estimated walking time: 1- 2 hour
Maximum altitude point: 2,700 m (aprox.)
Early Morning we tranfer to the Cusco airport to take a flight ( End of the Service)
8 Day Cusco, Sacred Valley, Rainbow Mountain, Salkantay, Humantay Lake and Machupicchu
8 Day Cusco, Sacred Valley, Rainbow Mountain, Salkantay, Humantay Lake and Machupicchu Doesnt Include:
DISCOUNTS (to apply discounts. Please send us an email at email@example.com)
We can leave any day of the week, as long as permits are available. Please remember, permits are only needed for your start date.
Availability: Daily Departures All Departures are 100% Guaranteed. If You’re Booked, You are Going, We wont Cancel your Trip !!!
How to Book?: Send us all Your Personal information as well as a Deposit of US$400 and the Final Balance will be paid once you are in Cusco.
We want you to have a Memorable Lifetime Experience Trip!
and if you choose Bed & Breakfast you will stay in our Quechuas Guesthouse Homestay. Private rooms with private shower and bathroom (in cusco only) and includes Shuttle transportation to go to the town square.(Please a detailed page of Quechuas Guesthouse above)
Double Room, Matrimonial(Twin Beds Room) Occupancy.
Prices shown Below are per person, based on Twin bed room occupancy and in US$ Dollars.
Group Service: Price per person: US$1100 – 2 Stars Hotel(b&b) (Private Bathroom & Shower) Hotel Maria Bonita Cusco
(You will be joined into a formed group of people who come from different countries/Nationalities): From 04 Persons to 16 Persons (Maximum)
Private Service: Price per person: US$1350 – 3 Stars Hotel (Private Bathroom & Shower)
Recommended for Honeymooners, Families with children & Groups of Friends (02 Persons Minimum)
If you are a group of 02 we depart (No matter if you have paid as GROUP SERVICE). We NEVER pass our people onto another operator as most agencies do here in cusco.
Machu Picchu (Aguas Calientes) (Hotel)
PUNO (Lake Titicaca) (Hotel)
ISLAND OF THE SUN (Hotel)
COLCA CANYON (Hotel)
IMPORTANT NOTEWhilst we expect that the tour will run as per the itinerary, participants should accept that there is the possibility of changes being necessary subject to local conditions eg. strikes and natural disaster these changes may be at the discretion of your tour company.
When visiting the cities:
Are there services for tourists with special needs in Peru?
In Peru we believe in the idea of “Tourism for Everybody”. This is why many public and private organizations have been working for years to ensure that their services are equally accessible for the differently-abled.
We advise you to contact your service provider in advance to ensure that your accessibility needs will be met.
What’s the weather like throughout the year?
Peru is a very large country that is crossed by the Andes and has a vast Amazonian region, so you are likely to notice differences from one place to the other, which may be more or less intense depending on the month of your visit. It hardly ever rains on the coast, where there are usually two seasons:a warm season and a cold season.
Unlike the coastal area, the mountains and the jungle have a warmer rainy season running from mid November to late March, and the least warm season occurs between April and mid November.
Below is a weather table by city:
|Abancay||2,378(7,802 fasl)||25°C (77°F)||12°C (54°F)|
|Arequipa||2,335 (7,661 fasl)||24°C (75°F)||5°C (41°F)|
|Ayacucho||2,761 (9,058 fasl)||24°C (75°F)||11°C (52°F)|
|Cajamarca||2,720 (8,924 fasl)||21°C (70°F)||5°C (41°F)|
|Cerro de Pasco||4,338 (14,232 fasl)||22°C (72°F)||4°C (39°F)|
|Chachapoyas||2,334 (7,657 fasl)||22°C (72°F)||13°C (55°F)|
|Chiclayo||29 (95 fasl)||33°C (91°F)||17°C (63°F)|
|Cusco||3,395 (11,138 fasl)||17°C (63°F)||2°C (28°F)|
|Huancavelica||368 (1,207 fasl)||20°C (68°F)||3.4°C (38°F)|
|Huancayo||4,107 (13,474 fasl)||17°C (63°F)||0°C (32°F)|
|Huánuco||1,912 (6,273 fasl)||24°C (75°F)||18°C (64°F)|
|Huaraz||3,091 (10,141 fasl)||18°C (64°F)||9°C (48°F)|
|Ica||406 (1,332 fasl)||30°C (86°F)||8°C (46°F)|
|Iquitos||104 (341 fasl)||36°C (97°F)||17°C (63°F)|
|Lima||133 (436 fasl)||25°C (77°F)||13°C (55°F)|
|Moquegua||141 (463 fasl)||25°C (77°F)||17°C (63°F)|
|Moyobamba||860 (2,822 fasl)||36°C (97°F)||22°C (72°F)|
|Piura||29 (95 fasl)||35°C (95°F)||16°C (61°F)|
|Pucallpa||154 (505 fasl)||38°C (100°F)||24°C (75°F)|
|Puerto Maldonado||183 (600 fasl)||34°C (93°F)||21°C (70°F)|
|Puno||3,827 (12,556 fasl)||19°C (6°F)||2°C (34°F)|
|Tacna||562 (1,844 fasl)||28°C (82°F)||6°C (43°F)|
|Trujillo||34 (112 fasl)||30°C (86°F)||16°C (61°F)|
|Tumbes||6 (20 fasl)||38°C (100°F)||19°C (66°F)|
How much money should I expect to spend on my trip?
This answer depends on your personal preferences and the level of comfort you desire.
Bartering is generally accepted in Peru, with the exception of larger stores and restaurants. In larger cities prices in general may be higher, particularly in Lima, and may increase during festivities such as the National Holidays (July), Easter (April) or Christmas due to higher demand for services such as bus and air transportation.
Below is a price list of products and services that you may use as reference in order to prepare a travel budget.
|Reference product or service||US Dollars|
|Mineral water bottle 1.5 Lt (51 fl. oz.)||1.40|
|Medium soda pop 0.50||0.50|
|Blank video tape||8.50|
|Pair of sneakers||30.00|
|Public internet booth or cybercafes (1 hour)||1.5|
|Train Cusco – Machu Picchu (return)||30.00 (backpackers)
|Bus (one way)||5.00|
|Flight to Cusco (return)||140.00|
|Lodging per night (very basic)||5 – 10|
|Lodging per night (2 star)||20 – 40|
|Lodging per night (3 star)||50 – 90|
|Lodging per night (4 and 5 star)||over 90|
Other frequently Asked Questons about Treks and tours
What to Bring
Each web page has a specific list of what to bring for your trek and the list supplied here might not apply to you. However, remember that the weather in the Andes can be very unpredictable and you should be prepared for bad weather. Peru is located in the southern hemisphere meaning the winter extends from June to August. In the summer months daytime temperatures can be hot & sunny, but the nights can be very cold. During winter it can be cold and rainy during the day and particularly cold at night. It is usual to encounter some rain all year round so we recommend buying a cheap poncho in Cusco for about US $1. We also recommend bringing thermal underwear in order to combat the cold. It’s recommended to wear the thermal underwear in the evening and early morning. When packing try to bring a range of layers so that you can take off or add clothes as required in the ever changing Andean weather.
Please see each page for specific notes in regard to the equipment that is carried on each tour. Generally, the following items are ‘normal’ unless specified on the tour page.
Hiring Extra Equipment
We hire sleeping bags (rated for -5, -10 and -15 celsius temperatures) , thermarest (inflatable mattresses), walking poles, and extra horses for luggage.
Which sleeping bag to choose? Do you feel the cold – then opt for the -15 bag. Our foam mattresses (included in the price) are more than adequate but a thermarest inflatable mattress provides a lot more luxury! Walking poles – guides advise that two poles are better than just one as they provide much more balance, especially on steep descents (ie Llactapata on the Salkantay route and the Choquequirao and Choquequirao to Machu Picchu sections.) Please check our booking form for current prices.
Luggage Storage & Load Limits
Do you need an extra luggage mule/or riding mule?
We include in the price of your tour 8kg (15lbs) of luggage each person. We LOAN you a duffel bag which you can put this 8kg in. The reason for this is that duffel bags strap onto mules much better than backpacks/your luggage and its better that our custom designed duffels get dirty than your luggage (also if your backpack has a fancy harness then it can get damaged on the mules). If you think that you are going to need more than 7kg (plus the things that you carry in your day pack) then you might like to consider hiring an extra mule. Each mule can carry about 20kg of equipment so its usually shared between 2 or 3 people. Most people find that 7kg is more than adequate if they pack normally or a little conservatively. We strongly recommend that you leave the bulk at of your luggage at your hotel in Cusco – all hotels or hostals should provide you with luggage storage as a courtesy service.
Included in the price of your tour is 1 emergency riding horse. If you have in your group younger children, or older people, people who are not very fit, or people who have never hiked in the mountains before, you might consider paying for an extra mule. This is especially if you think that someone in your group will utilize the horse a lot!
We need to charge extra for the following:
For backpacker trains the timetable is 2.30pm and 6pm, and you return to Cusco approximately 4-5 hours later. A representative of the agency will meet the train in Ollantaytambo and transfer you back to your hotel in Cusco. We apologise in advance if we cannot get either of these times, if we cannot we have endeavored to do so. Some people want early trains, some people like later trains, and its impossible to anticipate people’s preference. Please also note that in high season (normally July-August) the trains to Machu Picchu and back again are completely over-subscribed and its difficult to get tickets, even with several weeks notice. (this is why we are inistent that you send your passport details asap!) In the case that Peru Amazon Garden Lodge is not able to obtain train tickets for you we will provide a car that returns via the Abra de Malaga to Cusco. (approx 6 hours of travelling).
We generally recommend that you start out from Cusco with 1-2 litres of water. You should also bring a refillable water bottle with you. (Any bottle you buy from the shop will do but we recommend a hardy plastic bottle) During the day, when you are hiking you can fill up from streams, on the advice of your guide. You should use purification tablets for this water. (Micropur tablets can be bought in Cusco or you might like to ask in your camping shop at home. Some people recommend iodine tablets). In the evening, your cook will boil water for your use and you can fill up your bottles every morning before setting out. As people have different requirements for water (ie some people drink a lot and others less) it is important that you take responsibility for ensuring you have enough water each day. You need to communicate your needs (via the guide) to the cook.
Cooking & Meals
Our cooks serve hygenically prepared food that features Peruvian and Western dishes. If you are a vegetarian or have specially dietary requirements and/or allergies, please specify on your booking form and remind us at your briefing. Water is boiled for three minutes before being used for cooking and raw vegetables, if served, are washed in boiled/ purified water.
For photos of some example meals, please see our Peru Amazon Garden Lodge meals page
There are few opportunities for bathing on our treks. However, in the evening and morning, please ask your cook to warm some water for you to wash your hands and face. There are cold water shower facilities on the Salkantay and Choquequirao trek.
Depending on the tour you take, we provide toilet tents at each of the campsites or you can use the existing facilities. During the day, your guide carries a pick or lightweight shovel. Should you need to use this, please ask them. Ideally, you should relieve yourself at least 70 metres from any water source and also a good distance from the trail. Remember also to bring plenty of toilet paper but follow international leave no trace rules and carry it out… (Please no white flags along the route!)
Medical Kit Each trip departs with a basic medical kit and an oxygen bottle. We advise that if you have your own medications and needs that you bring these. We do not include altitude tablets in our kit. Please note that the blister care that we have is Peruvian style (band-aids and cotton wool) – we do not have second skin or Western style blister treatments.
Each trip departs with a basic medical kit and an oxygen bottle. We advise that if you have your own medications and needs that you bring these. We do not include altitude tablets in our kit. Please note that the blister care that we have is Peruvian style (band-aids and cotton wool) – we do not have second skin or Western style blister treatments.
How much money should I take?
Please review what is included in your trek in order to estimate what you should take. Along the way you can buy snacks and souvenirs, mostly of a non expensive nature. (Though if you decide you want to drink a lot of PowerAde, it does add up!) Most people also like to enjoy a nice meal and some drinks in Aguas Calientes on the night you arrive from your trek. Aguas Calientes is generally more expensive than other parts of Peru, so expect things to cost more there. Finally, bring money to tip your staff and your guides. (Please see below) There is an ATM in Aguas Calientes, but don’t rely on it working so we suggest you take ample to cover your expenses while there.
Tips vary and depend on the traveller’s satisfaction with the quality of the service rendered. Although our staff are paid just above local industry rates, and we include all meals and transportation, they do appreciate tips. Tips also provide incentive for staff to work harder.
Deciding how much to tip the porters, the cook and guide is a difficult moment at the end of the trek and can be made more difficult when members of the group have different cultural understandings about tipping. (Some countries tip, other countries don´t tend to tip).
Generally speaking, if the group have been pleased with the service then try to ensure that (minimum) each porter/muleteer takes home an extra 20-30 soles per day of trek, cook 40-45 soles per day of trek, and the guide as you feel is appropriate. (these amounts are shared between all members of the group, and are not individual tips. if your trip is 9 days then the group as a whole would tip 10 soles x 9 days. Even if the muleteers were only with you for 2 days on the shorter treks, please calculate their tip based on your entire trip length. Ie the Expreso Salkantay is 4 days, and the muleteers will take at least 1 day to return home, even though they are not directly in your service). A recent, higher estimation follows: between $10 and $20 a day for guides, between $5 – $10 a day for cooks and drivers, and $3-5 a day for the muleteers. Again, that should be divided between everyone on your tour, is PER person, and multiplied by the full length of your tour. We believe that ultimately, tipping the guide and cook should be dependent on the quality of the service that you received. At no stage should you feel obliged to tip!
Trekking in the Andes is generally pretty safe. There is minimal theft – it does sometimes occur on the more touristed routes (ie Salkantay). Be cautious, not paranoid! We do recommend always sleeping with your valuables (ie money belt, passports) near your heads or in your sleeping bag. Your camera and day packs should be kept between you or near your heads – never near the flap of your tent. Shoes should be stored inside!
frequently asked questions about Cusco, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Rainbow Mountain, and the Salkantay Trek Sky Lodge Domes:
1. Where is Cusco located?
A: Cusco is located in southeastern Peru, in the Andes Mountains. It was the historic capital of the Inca Empire.
2. What is the Sacred Valley of the Incas?
A: The Sacred Valley of the Incas, also known as the Urubamba Valley, is a region near Cusco that stretches along the Urubamba River. It is renowned for its stunning landscapes, Inca ruins, and traditional Andean villages.
3. How do I get to Rainbow Mountain from Cusco?
A: Rainbow Mountain, also known as Vinicunca, is located about three hours away from Cusco by road. You can join a guided tour or hire a private car to take you to the starting point of the hike.
4. How long does it take to hike Rainbow Mountain?
A: The duration of the Rainbow Mountain hike can vary depending on your fitness level. On average, the hike takes about 6 to 7 hours round trip, including breaks and time to enjoy the scenery.
5. What is the Salkantay Trek?
A: The Salkantay Trek is a popular alternative to the classic Inca Trail for reaching Machu Picchu. It is a multi-day trek that takes you through diverse landscapes, including high mountain passes, cloud forests, and remote villages.
6. What are the Sky Lodge Domes on the Salkantay Trek?
A: The Sky Lodge Domes are unique accommodation options on the Salkantay Trek. They are transparent geodesic domes that are along the Salkantay trek. Staying in these domes provides an unforgettable experience with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.
7. How can I book a stay at the Sky Lodge Domes?
A: To book a stay at the Sky Lodge Domes, you will need to contact us. we offer the Salkantay Trek. we can help you arrange the trek and secure a reservation at the Sky Lodge Domes.
8. What is the best time to visit Cusco and the surrounding areas?
A: The dry season, which runs from May to September, is generally considered the best time to visit Cusco, the Sacred Valley, Rainbow Mountain, and undertake treks like the Salkantay Trek. During this time, the weather is drier with less rainfall.
9. Are there altitude considerations when visiting these areas?
A: Yes, Cusco and the surrounding areas are at high altitudes. It is important to acclimatize properly to prevent altitude sickness. It is recommended to spend a few days in Cusco before attempting any high-altitude hikes or treks.
10. What other attractions are there in Cusco and the Sacred Valley?
A: In addition to Rainbow Mountain and the Salkantay Trek, there are numerous other attractions in the region. Some popular sites include Machu Picchu, the Inca ruins of Pisac and Ollantaytambo, the Moray agricultural terraces, and the Maras salt pans.
Remember to check for updated information and consult with local tour operators for the most accurate and up-to-date details before planning your trip.
Frequently Asked Questions about Peru
Welcome to our FAQ section. This page might be helpful if you haven’t been able to find the information you needed on our website. We hope these FAQ about Peru have been helpful.
How far is Peru from my home?
In order to provide you with useful references we have created a table including the approximate arrival flight times.
|Country||City||Approx. flight time|
|United States||Dallas||7 hours 12 minutes|
|United States||Houston||6 hours 45 minutes|
|United States||Los Angeles||8 hours 35 minutes|
|United States||Miami||5 hours 45 minutes|
|United States||Atlanta||7 hours|
|Argentina||Buenos Aires||4 hours 15 minutes|
|Chile||Santiago||3 hours 25 minutes|
|Spain||Madrid||11 hours 30 minutes|
Flights with stopovers
|Country||City||Approximate flight time|
|United States||New York||8 hours 35 minutes / via San José|
|United States||San Francisco||10 hours / via Los Angeles|
|United States||Washington||9 hours / via Newark|
|Germany||Dusseldorf||18 hours 40 minutes / via Madrid|
|Germany||Frankfurt||15 hours 30 minutes / via Madrid|
|France||Paris||14 hours 50 minutes/ via Miami|
|Italy||Milan||14 hours 50 minutes / via Madrid|
|Italy||Rome||15 hours 10 minutes / via Madrid|
|UK||London||15 hours 10 minutes / via Madrid|
|Japan||Tokyo||20 hours 35 minutes / via Los Angeles|
Do I need a visa to visit Peru?
Citizens of most American and Western European countries are not required visa to enter Peru. Citizens of Bolivia, Ecuador and Chile do not require passports or visa to visit certain regions of Peru. Contact the Peruvian diplomatic representative in your country for further information. Addresses and phone numbers are included in the website of Peru’s Ministry of Foreign Relations: www.rree.gob.pe
If the purpose of your visit is tourism, the maximum length of your stay will be 90 days (you can apply for extensions with the immigration authority)
All travelers must carry a valid passport, or a safe-conduct issued by the Peruvian immigration authority.
Is it safe to travel in Peru?
Reality shows that it is very safe. You may have read or heard on TV, websites or newspapers about terrorism, crime and economic and political instability. But the truth is that terrorism has been defeated a long time ago; Peruvians live in peace and work very hard every day to build and democratic and safe society. We can assure visitors that all they need to do is follow the normal precautions taken in order to visit other destinations.
How to book any tour/trek through with PERU AMAZON GARDDEN LODGE.
To confirm the tour/trek we need you to send us your personal information: Full Names, Passport Numbers, Nationalities, Ages, Gender as well as a deposit to secure the trip/tour.
For Tambopata National Reserve (Puerto Maldonado) – Manu National Park We do require a Non-Refundable US$100 deposit per personl.
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