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Lima and the Peruvian Amazon

Group Departure begins in Lima March 12 2018. Customized dates available as well.

Details in brief

Trip Length 6 days/5 nights
Start/Finish Lima/Lima
Walk Rating Moderate
Included All breakfasts, some lunches, some dinners.
Hotels 5 star and Luxury and Eco Lodge
Price double occupancy* $3,500.00USD
Single Supplement None for scheduled departure date

Highlights

  • A transformational travel experience with Eviactive, that explores Peru’s unique, culturally historic, and bio-diverse country.
  • Peru discovery through the eyes, hands and hearts of the Andean people.
  • Experience ecological and locally owned properties in the Amazon that assist in preserving the environment.
  • An exploration of the artsy side of Lima including the up and coming Barranco district and the Larco Museum.
  • Our signature off-the-beaten path experiences and an in-depth spirited journey.

The beauty of Paracus, Peru

The beauty of Paracus: Peru’s often overlooked destination

By Eva Stelzer

It’s extremely popular to want to tick off those “10,000 places to see before you die,” but when you do travel to a bucket list destination, be sure to seek out nearby places that give you something exceptional to remember and talk about with your friends.

When one more friend says they’re going to Machu Picchu, you want to tell them also to visit the desert peninsula of Paracas, Peru’s often missed destination of exquisite beauty, just 260 miles south of Lima.

Paracas is where miles of sand dunes meet the bluest of seas. The Paracas National Reserve on the Ica Peninsula is a coastal subtropical desert. There is no public transportation to get there, but a group or private tour can be arranged for you. Considered one of the richest and most unique ecosystems in the world, Paracas is for people who love nature, want to see the desert, and are interested in the wildlife. A marine reserve is dedicated to the protection and the conservation of the sea ecosystems, as well as for the protection of the cultural and historical patrimony of the pre-Incan Paracas culture.

“Considered one of the richest and most unique ecosystems in the world, Paracas is for people who love nature, want to see the desert, and are interested in the wildlife.”