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Adventurous Ecuador and Chile with Easter Island

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$ 10750 14 days Jan, Feb, Nov, Dec Private

Tour Overview

  • Explore the diverse wildlife sanctuary of the Galapagos
  • Take advantage of 5 days of exploring Easter Island
  • Journey through historic colonial Quito
  • See the basis Darwin’s theory of evolution
  • Visit the oldest Ecuadorian church and its collection 16th C of artwork here
  • Encounter marine iguanas, various birds, turtles, and many other native species
  • Kicker Rock, a magnificent rock that jets out 500 feet high from the middle of the ocean
  • From the Funicular de Santiago (Gondola) enjoy magnificent panoramic views of the city
  • Tour Casablanca Valley, one of Chile’s most important regions for cultivating grapes
  • Enjoy a tour, tasting and lunch at one of the local wineries situated along a thriving wine route
  • Witness the massive and mysterious Moais while exploring the magnificent Easter Islands
  • Take in a farewell Polynesian Dinner and Show with typical Rapa Nui and Polynesian food
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Tour Details

Adventurous Ecuador and Chile tours include Easter Island. The impressive wildlife sanctuary of the Galapagos is a perfect complement to the spiritual energy of Easter Island. Yampu’s Quito, Galapagos and Easter Island Tour will give you an overview of the wonders and mysteries of Ecuador and Easter Island including two days in both Quito and Santiago, a five day cruise in the Galapagos and five days of exploration on Easter Island at the southeastern tip of the Polynesian triangle.

The Galapagos Islands lie on the Equator, 600 miles west of Ecuador and the South American coastline. While on the isles, you will be on board the Darwin Explorer cruise and in Quito you will visit Colonial Quito and the Equatorial Monument. The impressive wildlife sanctuary of the Galapagos is a perfect complement to the spiritual energy of Easter Island. Hangaroa is the small capital town of the Easter Island. This is where the great majority of the population lives (about 2,000 inhabitants). You will inevitably be drawn by the mystery and mysticism of the island.

Included in the itinerary is a First Class cruise. Due to current Galapagos Islands regulations each cruise can only visit an island every 14 days. This sample 5 day itinerary runs every two weeks. However we are able to offer a variety of other Galapagos cruises. Depending on your dates of travel, we are able to customize your itinerary to match the Galapagos Cruise departures.

Country Notes:

Chile:

A valid passport is required to travel and should have at least 6 months validity after your return home. You should have at least 2 blank pages per country that you are visiting. If your passport does not meet this requirement at the time of departure, you can be denied boarding for your international flight and may consequently incur additional expenses. No visa is required to enter Chile as a tourist with a US passport for a stay of up to 90 days.

If you are visiting Atacama during your tour you will be visiting high altitude areas. Travelers with medical conditions, such as heart disease, lung disease, high blood pressure, sickle cell disease, or women who may be pregnant, should be advised to consult a physician familiar with high-altitude medical issues, before traveling to high altitudes. For up to date information on recommended and required vaccinations and general health travel tips for Chile please visit the CDC Website, then use the drop down menu to select the countries you are visiting. Please consult with your physician for clarification or concerns regarding recommended or required vaccinations.


Ecuador:

A valid passport is required to travel and should have at least 6 months validity after your return home. You should have at least 2 blank pages per country that you are visiting. If your passport does not meet this requirement at the time of departure, you can be denied boarding for your international flight and may consequently incur additional expenses You do not need a visa to enter Ecuador as a tourist with a US passport. However, we always recommend that you double check this for last minute changes with your local consulate.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued a travel alert for countries and territories where Zika virus has been found in Ecuador. If you are pregnant or plan to be pregnant, please consult your doctor before traveling to Ecuador. For up to date information on recommended and required vaccinations and general health travel tips for Colombia please visit the CDC Website, then use the drop down menu to select the countries you are visiting. Please consult with your physician for clarification or concerns regarding recommended or required vaccinations.

Special Considerations for Travel to the Galapagos: Your Galapagos Island Fee ($100) and INGALA card ($20) have been pre-paid by Yampu Tours on your behalf unless you have been advised otherwise by your Tour Consultant. The Galapagos itineraries are subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions or Galapagos National Park regulations. The order of the activities is also subject to confirmation by the Galapagos cruise company and will be reconfirmed on arrival.

By traveling to the Galapagos with Yampu Tours, you will be making the choice to travel responsibly. As members of IGTOA (International Galapagos Tour Operators Association), Yampu donates $7 for every traveler that travels to the Galapagos with us. We are dedicated to helping preserve the islands while supporting sustainable ecotourism. As an IGTOA member, we are informed, involved, and concerned.

There will also be an optional Galapagos Conservation contribution of $50 per passenger added to your final proposal. The contribution will go towards:

* Creating benefits and educational opportunities for local people.
* Strengthening responsible tourism management.
* Building strong financial support for conservation among the travel industry and travelers.
* Promoting high professional standards for the tourist industry.


Inclusions
Prices include round-trip airfare from Quito to Galapagos, airfare from Quito to Santiago, round-trip airfare from Santiago to Easter Island; all transfers between airports and hotels with assistance and baggage handling; hotel accommodation in Quito, Santiago and Easter Island including breakfast; four nights aboard Galapagos First Class Catamaran including all meals; and guided tours led by naturalist guides including all entrance fees. Price also includes the $100 entrance fee to the Galapagos National Park and $20 Transit Control Card both payable as a contribution to the preservation of the islands.

*All Easter Island services are provided on private basis, please consult with your Yampu Travel Consultant about group tours at a reduced cost.

*All Galapagos itineraries are subject to change. Please note 3-4 Star clients have standard cabins, 5 Star and Deluxe clients have suites on the Anahi.

*By traveling to the Galapagos with Yampu Tours, you will be making the choice to travel responsibly. As members of IGTOA (International Galapagos Tour Operators Association), Yampu donates $7 for every traveler that travels to the Galapagos with us. We are dedicated to helping preserve the islands while supporting sustainable ecotourism. As an IGTOA member, we are informed, involved, and concerned. There will also be an optional Galapagos Conservation contribution of $50 per passenger added to your final proposal.

The contribution will go towards:
-Creating benefits and educational opportunities for local people.
-Strengthening responsible tourism management.
-Building strong financial support for conservation among the travel industry and travelers.
-Promoting high professional standards for the tourist industry.
Exclusions

Local airport taxes that are payable in the country of destination are not included. Taxes and security fees that can be paid at time of ticketing are already included.

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Prices shown above are per person, in US Dollars ($) or Pound Sterling (£) for residents in the UK. Hotel categories do not adhere strictly to international ratings; Yampu has evaluated the hotels according to destination and availability.

Tour Itinerary

Day
1

International flight to Quito

Upon arrival in Quito transfer to the hotel.

Upon arrival in Quito transfer to the hotel.

Day
2

Full Day Colonial Quito Tour & The Equator

The tour begins today with a visit to Independence Square where the Presidential Palace, the Cathedral and El Sagrario Church are located. Then visit the Church of La Compania (1605), and enjoy a brief visit to the church and monastery of San Francisco (1535). The oldest Ecuadorian church, the collection of artwork here includes paintings, sculpture and furniture dating back to the 16th century. Leaving the churches, visit the recently restored 24 De Mayo Boulevard, named after the battle which sealed Ecuador´s read more...

The tour begins today with a visit to Independence Square where the Presidential Palace, the Cathedral and El Sagrario Church are located. Then visit the Church of La Compania (1605), and enjoy a brief visit to the church and monastery of San Francisco (1535). The oldest Ecuadorian church, the collection of artwork here includes paintings, sculpture and furniture dating back to the 16th century. Leaving the churches, visit the recently restored 24 De Mayo Boulevard, named after the battle which sealed Ecuador´s independence. Then visit La Ronda Street in Old Quito. Lined with colonial houses and inspired by painters, poets, musicians and historians, this visit will give guests a taste of traditional Quito. The tour will then continue 30-minutes outside of Quito, towards the Middle of the World. The main Monument honoring the correct location of the equator and Ethnographic Museum, located inside the Equator Monument, will both be visited. Or even visit the Inti Nan Museum, a scientific and cultural Museum located in the exact place where the Equator Line crosses. ...read less

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Day
3

Quito – Baltra

Transfer to the airport for the morning flight from Quito to Baltra in the Galapagos. Upon arrival guests will be greeted at the airport and transferred to the Galapagos cruise.

This afternoon guests will visit Bachas Beach on Santa Cruz Island. Play de las Bachas is located on the northern coastline of Santa Cruz. Here, guests will be able to see the brightly colored flamingo lagoon, encounter marine iguanas, various sea birds, and sea turtles. This is a good location to swim and snorkel.

Transfer to the airport for the morning flight from Quito to Baltra in the Galapagos. Upon arrival guests will be greeted at the airport and transferred to the Galapagos cruise.

This afternoon guests will visit Bachas Beach on Santa Cruz Island. Play de las Bachas is located on the northern coastline of Santa Cruz. Here, guests will be able to see the brightly colored flamingo lagoon, encounter marine iguanas, various sea birds, and sea turtles. This is a good location to swim and snorkel.

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Day
4

Visit to Darwin Bay on Genovesa Island

This morning, visit Darwin Bay on Genovesa Island. Genovesa is a collapsed volcano that ships are able to sail into through its large breached caldera and anchor at the foot of the steep crater walls. Genovesa is commonly referred to as ‘bird island’ because it is home to thousands of great frigate birds, red-footed boobies, noddy terns, lava gulls, tropic birds, doves, storm petrels, and Darwin’s finches.

This afternoon visit Prince Philip’s Steps on Genovesa Island. El Barranco, also read more...

This morning, visit Darwin Bay on Genovesa Island. Genovesa is a collapsed volcano that ships are able to sail into through its large breached caldera and anchor at the foot of the steep crater walls. Genovesa is commonly referred to as ‘bird island’ because it is home to thousands of great frigate birds, red-footed boobies, noddy terns, lava gulls, tropic birds, doves, storm petrels, and Darwin’s finches.

This afternoon visit Prince Philip’s Steps on Genovesa Island. El Barranco, also known as Prince Philip’s Steps, has a trail through a Palo Santo forest to an open area full of nesting birds that include masked boobies, frigates, and red-footed boobies. At the end of this trail are thousands of band-rumped storm petrels nesting in the crevices at the cliff’s edge. Guests will also be able to see the short-eared owls as they hunt the storm petrels during the daylight hours.
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Day
5

Exploring Plazas Island

Plaza Sur was originally formed by uplifted lava and the terrain includes an impressive cactus forest. On land guests will see land iguanas, sea lions and several species of tropical birds.
This afternoon visit Santa Fe Island.
Santa Fe is home to a cactus forest and a colony of land iguanas that are native to the island. Here guests can also see the Galapagos mockingbird, magnificent frigate, brown pelican, and several species of Darwin’s finches.

Plaza Sur was originally formed by uplifted lava and the terrain includes an impressive cactus forest. On land guests will see land iguanas, sea lions and several species of tropical birds.
This afternoon visit Santa Fe Island.
Santa Fe is home to a cactus forest and a colony of land iguanas that are native to the island. Here guests can also see the Galapagos mockingbird, magnificent frigate, brown pelican, and several species of Darwin’s finches.

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Day
6

San Cristobal Island, Kicker Rock, and Isla Lobos

This unusual volcanic formation is located in the northeast of San Cristobal Island. Here guests are likely to see tiny lava lizards scurrying around the rocks as well as all three species of the Galapagos booby; Nazca, masked, and blue or red-footed boobies.
This afternoon visit Kicker Rock and Isla Lobos
Isla Lobos is a tiny rock island to see a colony of sea lions and a colony of blue-footed boobies.
Kicker Rock is a magnificent rock that jets out 500 feet high from the middle of read more...

This unusual volcanic formation is located in the northeast of San Cristobal Island. Here guests are likely to see tiny lava lizards scurrying around the rocks as well as all three species of the Galapagos booby; Nazca, masked, and blue or red-footed boobies.
This afternoon visit Kicker Rock and Isla Lobos
Isla Lobos is a tiny rock island to see a colony of sea lions and a colony of blue-footed boobies.
Kicker Rock is a magnificent rock that jets out 500 feet high from the middle of the ocean and is shaped similar to a sleeping lion. The rock is split with towering vertical walls on either side that forms a narrow channel through which small vessels can investigate. There is no landing site here but the view from the boat will make a lasting impression.
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Day
7

El Junco Lagoon, San Cristobal

This site is reached by road and is about a half hour drive from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. The road goes through the small farming settlement of El Progreso. The lake itself is the caldera (collapsed cone) of an extinct volcano and is about 300 meters wide. The name El Junco is Spanish for sedge, which is present along the banks of the lake.
This afternoon, transfer to the San Cristobal airport for a flight back to Quito or Guayaquil and connect with an overnight flight to Santiago.

This site is reached by road and is about a half hour drive from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. The road goes through the small farming settlement of El Progreso. The lake itself is the caldera (collapsed cone) of an extinct volcano and is about 300 meters wide. The name El Junco is Spanish for sedge, which is present along the banks of the lake.
This afternoon, transfer to the San Cristobal airport for a flight back to Quito or Guayaquil and connect with an overnight flight to Santiago.

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Day
8

City Tour of Santiago

This morning, arrive in Santiago and be greeted for airport reception and transferred to the hotel for some rest and the morning at leisure. Please note that early check-in is guaranteed on this day.
The tour that starts from the Funicular de Santiago (Gondola), which provides a stunning and panoramic view over the city from the top of San Cristobal Hill. Then travel to the heart of the city and Plaza de Armas the spot from where the city has grown throughout the centuries. Each Latin city has a plaza read more...

This morning, arrive in Santiago and be greeted for airport reception and transferred to the hotel for some rest and the morning at leisure. Please note that early check-in is guaranteed on this day.
The tour that starts from the Funicular de Santiago (Gondola), which provides a stunning and panoramic view over the city from the top of San Cristobal Hill. Then travel to the heart of the city and Plaza de Armas the spot from where the city has grown throughout the centuries. Each Latin city has a plaza de Armas as when cities were founded the center was also where the armory and military base was established - hence the name Plaza de Armas (Plaza of Arms). Visit some of the more important buildings such as the Cathedral, the City Council, the Central Post Office and the National Historical Museum.
Continue to the Presidential Palace "La Moneda"; the current seat of the government. Wander the streets that were once elegant at the beginning of the 19th century and now are a commercial center.
Then visit some the original colonial neighborhoods such as Concha y Toro Square. Characterized by its cobbled streets and old mansions that reflect the elegance and richness of the early twentieth century. The neighborhood grew to prominence between 1870 and 1876 with the influx of wealth as a result of mining and the discovery of Silver. Many Chileans achieved great wealth, including Enrique Concha y Toro founder of the famed winery.
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Day
9

Casablanca Valley with Valparaiso and Vina del Mar

This morning, meet at the hotel and transfer to the Casablanca Valley, approximately 50-miles (80-kilometers) from Santiago. The Casablanca Valley is one of Chile’s most important regions for cultivating the grapes that produce crisp white wines, most notably Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Here guests will enjoy a tour, tasting and lunch at one of the local wineries situated along this thriving wine route. After lunch, leaving the Casablanca Valley, visit Valparaiso, the oldest and most important port read more...

This morning, meet at the hotel and transfer to the Casablanca Valley, approximately 50-miles (80-kilometers) from Santiago. The Casablanca Valley is one of Chile’s most important regions for cultivating the grapes that produce crisp white wines, most notably Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Here guests will enjoy a tour, tasting and lunch at one of the local wineries situated along this thriving wine route. After lunch, leaving the Casablanca Valley, visit Valparaiso, the oldest and most important port in Chile. Here lies an opportunity to walk along the city’s winding streets and enjoy the scenery and culture of this charming port-city. Continue to Vina del Mar, a resort city that was founded in 1874, famous for its beautiful gardens and flower clock. Late in the afternoon return to the hotel in Santiago. Lunch is included today. ...read less

Day
10

Santiago – Easter Island

Today transfer to the airport for a flight to Easter Island. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel.
Note: All services are provided on private basis, please consult with a Yampu Travel Consultant about group tours at a reduced cost.

Today transfer to the airport for a flight to Easter Island. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel.
Note: All services are provided on private basis, please consult with a Yampu Travel Consultant about group tours at a reduced cost.

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Day
11

Tour of Rano Raraku: Vahiu, Anakena and Ahu Tongariki

Today, the excursion starts in Hanga Roa. Taking the road along the coast guests will visit the ruins of the temple of Vahiu, which has remained unchanged over centuries. From here the red hats of the Moais, which were thrown into the sea, can clearly be seen. The tour will continue to the site of Akahanga, where several of the statues are face down, abandoned while being transported. Then visit the volcano of Rano Raraku and the “factories” where the Moais were carved from the rock. Here there are more read more...

Today, the excursion starts in Hanga Roa. Taking the road along the coast guests will visit the ruins of the temple of Vahiu, which has remained unchanged over centuries. From here the red hats of the Moais, which were thrown into the sea, can clearly be seen. The tour will continue to the site of Akahanga, where several of the statues are face down, abandoned while being transported. Then visit the volcano of Rano Raraku and the “factories” where the Moais were carved from the rock. Here there are more than 300 statues in different stages of production. A walk around the crater here will reveal a small lagoon and more Moais in the center. Continue to Ahu Tongariki (destroyed by a large tidal wave in 1960), which has been recently restored and houses the largest number of Moais. Finally visit the beautiful Anakena beach with two temple platforms or Ahus. Following a picnic lunch (included), there will be time to swim in the Pacific Ocean or explore the surrounding countryside. This afternoon, return to Hanga Roa and transfer back to the selected hotel. ...read less

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Day
12

Excursion to Orongo: Rano Kau and Vinapu

Depart for a visit to Ahu Vinapu, made up of two ruined Ahus, one with stonework remarkably similar to that found in Inca sites. Studies have backed up the theory that the first inhabitants of the island came from the South American continent. The journey continues along the coastal road toward the Rano Kau volcano and then to the crater, the ancient ceremonial site of Orongo. From the edge of the crater the three small islands of Motu Iti, Motu Nui and Moto Kao Kao which play an important part in the “bird read more...

Depart for a visit to Ahu Vinapu, made up of two ruined Ahus, one with stonework remarkably similar to that found in Inca sites. Studies have backed up the theory that the first inhabitants of the island came from the South American continent. The journey continues along the coastal road toward the Rano Kau volcano and then to the crater, the ancient ceremonial site of Orongo. From the edge of the crater the three small islands of Motu Iti, Motu Nui and Moto Kao Kao which play an important part in the “bird man” legends can be seen.
This afternoon is at leisure. A visit to the Museum of Sebastian Englert or the local church with its extraordinary wood carvings comes highly recommended.
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Day
13

Exploring Ahu Akivi

This morning, enjoy a private excursion to Ahu Akivi, the archeological center of the Roihi sector, the first area to be restored in the 1960s. It is a ceremonial area, of particular interest not only for its location (at the center of the island) but also for the legends which surround the seven Moais found here. According to legend, the seven Moais at this location are the sons of Maori Sorcerer sent to look for the hoe of King Hotu Matua. Continue onward to visit Puna Pau, a site to the east of Hanga Roa read more...

This morning, enjoy a private excursion to Ahu Akivi, the archeological center of the Roihi sector, the first area to be restored in the 1960s. It is a ceremonial area, of particular interest not only for its location (at the center of the island) but also for the legends which surround the seven Moais found here. According to legend, the seven Moais at this location are the sons of Maori Sorcerer sent to look for the hoe of King Hotu Matua. Continue onward to visit Puna Pau, a site to the east of Hanga Roa in a small crater. This is where the “pukao” or hats which crowned the Moais were carved from soft volcanic Scoria. Return to the hotel and enjoy the afternoon at leisure.
This evening a farewell Polynesian Dinner and Show! This unique event will give guests an opportunity to savor the most typical Rapa Nui and Polynesian food, prepared in an earth-oven, locally called “Umu” or “curanto”. Tonight’s dinner will consist of chicken, meat or fish cooked in the Umus, and a glass of beer, juice or soft drink. After dinner, enjoy a typical Polynesian show with dance performed by a local folk-group with body-paint.
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Day
14

International Flight Home via Santiago

This morning to the airport for a return flight to Santiago and connect with an international flight home.

This morning to the airport for a return flight to Santiago and connect with an international flight home.

Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador

Baltra, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador

Santiago, Chile

Viña del Mar, Chile

Easter Island, Chile

Places You'll See

  • Quito-Ecuador-Hillside

    Quito

    The magnificent city of Quito is bursting with cultural, historical, and artistic character. Along with its scenic parks such as Parque La Carolina, visit its enchanting museums like the Museo del Banco Central. Take a trip to the Mitad del Mundo, or the “Middle of the World”, where the first measurements to prove the earth was round, were taken.

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    Santiago

    As the political and cultural center of Chile, Santiago has much to offer. Relax at one of the many jazz clubs scattered throughout the city, or go for a wine tasting at one of the local wineries. Take a guided city trek to learn about the Chilean culture and their traditional meals. Or visit the summit of Cerro Santa Lucia for beautiful views.

  • easter-island-mystical-moai-chile

    Easter Island

    Become enchanted by the mystery of Easter Island. Witness the remarkable volcanic rock sculptures, known as the Maoi. View the natural attractions of the volcanic craters of Rano Kau and Rano Raraku. Sunbathe on the white, sandy beaches of Anakena and Ovahe. Explore the extensive cave system running deep throughout the island.

Hotel Options

3 Star Properties

Quito : Stuble Suites

Quito : Vieja Cuba Boutique

Quito : NU House

Santiago : Orly (Providencia)

Santiago : Hotel Plaza San Francisco (Downtown)

Santiago : Torremayor Lyon (Providencia)

Easter Island : Hotel Gomero

Easter Island : Hotel O Tai

Easter Island : Puku Vai

4 Star Properties

Quito : La Casona de la Ronda

Quito : Casa Aliso

Santiago : Hotel Loreto (Boutique)

Santiago : Carménère ecoHotel

Santiago : Noi Victoria

Easter Island : Hotel Altiplanico

5 Star Properties

Quito : Swissotel

Quito : Le Parc Hotel

Quito : JW Marriott

Santiago : Le Reve (Providencia)

Easter Island : Hare Noi

Easter Island : Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa

Luxury Properties

Quito : Plaza Grande

Quito : Casa Gangotena

Santiago : Ritz Carlton

Santiago : Lastarria Boutique Hotel (Downtown)

Santiago : W Santiago (Las Condes)

Santiago : The Singular Santiago

Testimonials

John

Traveled March, 2008

Easter Island is one of the most extraordinary and fascinating places on Earth

Easter Island is one of the most extraordinary and fascinating places on Earth. Yampu’s arrangements for the trip (air flights, transfers, hotels, and guided tours) were all exemplary. The tours of the island were all conducted by knowledgeable guides who covered all the highlights I wanted to see and more. This was a trip of a lifetime and Yampu Latin America Tours helped make it so.

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Tom and Kaye

Traveled February, 2009

Thank you for all you did to make this trip work so smoothly for us.

Back to the USA from a fantastic trip to Antarctica, Easter Island and Lake Titicaca. Thank you for all you did to make this trip work so smoothly for us. You may use me as a reference a very happy, repeat customer.

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Mary H

Traveled June, 2015

Impressive !

I just completed a trip with Yampu to Easter Island/Rapa Nui. The trip went extremely well and they were able to adjust the trip to fit my budget. Louise, my travel consultant was a super star. She kept me informed as I requested changes and was always upbeat. Thought a particularly experienced traveler, I made a rookie mistake and left my good camera behind in a hotel and did not realize it until 10 days after the trip. Somehow with Yampu connections, they tracked the camera down and had it shipped back to me in the States. It was so noteworthy that they had such honest suppliers. I never thought I would get my camera and SIM card back with all my photos. Impressive !

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