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Join Alki Tours on Rail To Peru's Machu Picchu And Sail Lake Titicaca

October 22-29, 2017
8 days
$2999 per person/do
Single supplement: $410
Includes round-trip airfare

Peru is a country oozing with passion. If you say the word Peru slowly, it slides around in your mouth like expensive whisky; sweet, hot and sensual. That's how the country itself feels. Peru's sensuality, mood and emotions are always bubbling away right at the surface. This fully-guided, eight-day trip introduces you to Machu Picchu, the lost city of the Incas. Spend two days exploring this mountaintop village carved from stone, and see the remains of temples, houses and baths all surrounded by indescribable scenery. A knowledgeable guide brings the mountain fortress to life, detailing the history and culture of this ancient place. The expedition highlights include: Lima's Plaza Mayor and Gold Museum: Cuzco, the Temple of the Sun and the fortress of Sacayhuaman; a train journey along the beautiful Urubamba River on the way to Machu Picchu; and the giant stones of the Ollantaytambo fortress. This unbeatable price includes: round-trip airfare from Seattle, 6 nights first-class hotels, many meals, an Alki Escort as well as a local Peruvian expert. Ask about our 4 day extension to Lake Titicaca to explore the fascinating floating reed islands of the Uros people.

NOTE : All tour prices are based on a cash discount. A 4% fee will be added to any tour paid by credit card.

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