Colombia y Peru Real 2018


Cities Visited: Bogotá, Zipaquirá, Cuzco, Valle Sagrado and Machu Picchu

8 Days / 7 Nights - April 14 - 21, 2018

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Arrive at 12:12 pm. After transferring from El Dorado airport to our hotel in Bogota, we have time to relax and prepare for the welcome Dinner Accommodation.

Breakfast This day we get to discover the city of Bogota starting at the Cathedral and passing through the House of Nariño, where President Miguel Santos Calderon lives. Then we go to the gold museum, where we learn about the legend of El Dorado and see the archaeological relics of a time before the discovery. We have lunch in the historic area of La Candelaria with a traditional menu of the area including the typical Ajiaco soup. We end the day by going up to Cerro Monserrate to take a view of the city from its highest point, and we hope to see the city go from day to night. Accommodation.

Breakfast Today we leave for Zipaquirá, a town 29 miles north of Bogota where we learn the history of this town that is known for its rich salt deposit. Here we visit a wonderful cathedral built in one of the salt mines. Then we will go to the famous restaurant Andres Carne de Res, selected as one of the 50 best restaurants in Latin America, for a good lunch. We return to Bogota for our last night in Colombia, and we will be free for what the city has to offer us. Accommodation.

Breakfast Transfer from the hotel to the airport to take a short and spectacular flight through the snowy Andes, until reaching the capital of the Inca Empire, one of the most important cities of the Viceroyalty of Peru. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and is often called, due to the large number of monuments it possesses, such as the "Rome of America". Afterwards, we take a Tour of Cusco and nearby ruins: we will make an exciting tour through the ancient capital of the Inca Empire, appreciating an admirable combination of Inca and colonial architecture. In the tour we will visit the most important attractions such as the Cathedral, the Plaza de Armas and Koricancha, the "Temple of the Sun". This visit to the oldest city, continuously inhabited in the Western Hemisphere, also includes Kenko, Puca Pucara, Tambomachay and Sacsayhuaman fortress, an imposing example of Inca military architecture. Transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

Breakfast On this day of your trip, you will begin in the fertile fields of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, towards the picturesque colonial village of Pisac, where the colorful Indian market has become a major tourist attraction. Artisans from nearby villages arrive at Pisac with attractive alpaca fabrics and handicrafts. During the visit to the market, we will have the opportunity to negotiate with the natives for the purchase of the different products that they offer. Archaeological Complex of Ollantaytambo: The Incas built it as a fortress that includes a temple, platforms and an urban sector. There are two different sectors: the religious and cult zone, and the residential area. Ollantaytambo was also an important administrative center with military functions, considering its walls and towers. The town of Ollantaytambo is called "Inca Living Village", since the inhabitants maintain practices and customs from the time of the Incas. Lunch is at a Hacienda House on the banks of the Urubamba River. Accommodation. in Sacred Valley.

Breakfast We will begin the excursion to Machu Picchu, going by bus, train and bus. This impressive and colossal citadel is the most important attraction of Peru. Hidden for 400 years in the mountains and rainforest, it was discovered in 1911 by the American explorer Hiram Bingham. Machu Picchu, a center of worship and astronomical observation, was the private refuge of the Inca Pachacútec, consisting of two large areas; one agricultural and the other urban, where the temples, squares and royal mausoleums built with exquisite perfection stand out. This excursion includes a Lunch at the Hotel Belmond Sanctuary Lodge's Restaurant. In the afternoon return to Cusco. Accommodation.

Breakfast Free day to enjoy the place to your liking or of the optional tours that are offered. Strolling through this charming city and exploring its narrow streets will be an unforgettable experience. You will find something amazing at every step. Traditional Peruvian handicrafts, alpaca wool blankets and sweaters, ceramics, gold and silver jewelry, and leather goods are excellent purchases. Due to the wide variety of products, we recommend that when you find an item you like, consider buying it - it will be difficult to find the same product in another store. Accommodation. Farewell. Dinner.

Breakfast Transfer to the airport to board the flight back to home. Share with family and friends your unforgettable experience of visiting Peru, The Hidden Treasure Empire.



FLIGHTS

DATES

ROUTE

SCHEDULE

14 April 2018

JFK-Bogotá

7:35am-12:12pm

17 April 2018

Bogotá-Cuzco

7:44am-11:12am

21 April 2018

Cuzco-Bogota

4:47pm-8:14pm

21 April 2018

Bogota-JFK

10:49pm-5:25am+1 22 April 18

PRICE

PRICE PER PERSON
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
(2 PEOPLE IN ROOM)

PRICE PER PERSON
SINGLE OCCUPANCY
(1 PERSON PER ROOM)

USD 2,995.00

USD 3,895.00

DEPOSIT USD 500.00 PER PERSON. NON REFUNDABLE

PAYMENT PLAN

$500.00 deposit,

$500 by 15 December 2017, $500 by 15 of February


FINAL PAYMENT, 07 March 2018

THE PROGRAM INCLUDES

Flights & Routes -JFK-BOGOTÁ-CUZCO-JFK
4 Star Hotel accommodations.
Daily Breakfast.
Three (3) Lunches.
Two (2) Dinners.
Admissions and specified visits in the program.
Multilingual Guides including English and Spanish
Accompanied Guide

THE PROGRAM DOES NOT INCLUDE

Visa, if necessary
Gratuities, obligatory of $125.00.
Consumption and other costs or services not mentioned in the program.
Trip Insurance/Assistance Card.
4% credit card convenience fee.




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