Join us on this active Peru adventure that journeys from the Andes to the Amazon. We'll discover native Quechua Andean life in Cusco and the Sacred Valley before making the ancient pilgrimage to Machu Picchu along the Inca trail - the royal road built by the Incas more than 500 years ago. We descend from the Andes to explore the Amazon rain forest based at comfortable jungle lodges in the Tambopata-Candamo, a region known for its biodiversity and featuring giant river otters, monkeys, and over 500 species of birds. In close proximity to the world’s largest and most active macaw clay lick, we can observe various species of colorful macaws and learn about the research being done to protect Amazonian parrots. This trip into the Peruvian Amazon is an active rainforest adventure with miles of jungle trails for biking and hiking, kayak and canoe trips on rivers and oxbow lakes, aerial platforms that allow you to see above the tree tops, and up-close wildlife viewing .
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