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Adventurous Peru and Chile with Easter Island

PRIVATE TOUR - 12 DAY SAMPLE ITINERARY

FROM $8228+

Private Tour Highlights

  • City tour of Lima—one of the most important cities in South America since its founding in 1535
  • Witness Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas with a private tour
  • Enjoy a private city tour of Santiago with a stunning and panoramic view over the city
  • Take in the ruins of the temple of Vahiu, which is today as it has been after centuries of neglect
  • Learn about the volcano of Rano Raraku and the “factories” where the Moais were carved
  • Take in the, over 300, statues in different stages of production
  • Indulge in a picnic lunch and then some time to swim in the Pacific Ocean or explore
  • From the edge of the crater, see the three small islands of Motu Iti, Motu Nui and Moto Kao Kao
  • Savor the most typical Rapa Nui and Polynesian food, prepared in an earth-oven
  • Round trip transfers with knowledgeable guides included
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Tour Overview

Adventurous Peru, Chile! Combine the magic of Machu Picchu with the mystery of Easter Island. This Yampu trip starts in Lima, the capital of Peru. From Lima, you will fly to Cuzco, the old capital of the Incas, before boarding a train to Machu Picchu and spend a night close to the ruins. You will then travel to Santiago and 2,200 miles into the Pacific Ocean to Easter Island. With its 600 or so Moai statues from a bygone civilization, Easter Island is an utterly unique place.

Recently, following UNESCO recommendations, Peruvian authorities have placed restrictions on the visitation of Machu Picchu, the lost Incan ruins. Currently, no more than 2,500 people daily will be allowed to visit the ruins. While these new restrictions are great for the preservation of the ruins, they may cause some difficulties in your ability to visit them, so we recommend booking with plenty of notice.

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.


Peru:

Enjoy personalized tours of Peru with private, local guides. 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 Peru as a tourist with a US passport. However, we always recommend that you double check this for last minute changes with your local consulate.

Value Added Tax (IGV) Exemption: All non-resident foreign tourists in Peru who remain in the country less than 60 days (not to exceed 90 days in a calendar year) are exempt from paying the IGV, which is only for residents of Peru. Yampu does not include the 18% tax in our quoted rates. Note that when checking in at each hotel, you can expect to present your passport and the Andean Migration Card (TAM) stamped with your date of entrance into Peru. If your stay in Peru has exceeded 60 days, you will be counted as a resident and you will not be exempt from the IGV. In this case, you will be required to pay this tax for all hotels and services booked. Please let your Yampu Consultant know immediately if you or a member of your party may be ineligible for this exemption so that we may make the appropriate payment arrangements in advance

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 altitude areas. For up to date information on recommended and required vaccinations and general health travel tips for Peru please visit the CDC Website, then use the drop down menu to select Peru. Please consult with your physician for clarification or concerns regarding recommended or required vaccinations.


Inclusions
Prices include round-trip airfare from Lima to Cuzco, airfare from Lima to Santiago, round-trip airfare from Santiago to Easter Island, hotel accommodation including continental breakfast; all transfers between airports and hotels with assistance and baggage handling; guided tours in English including all entrance fees; meals where specified. 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 in the quote (if airfare has been included in the quote).

*The order of tours in Easter Island may be different and is subject to confirmation locally.

Note:
*Cost includes Expedition train for 3-star category, and Vistadome train for 4-star category and above. Expedition train features comfortable seats, fixed tables, backpack storage, panoramic windows as well as heating and air conditioning. Vistadome is ideal for travelers who want a personalized immersion of Andean culture with traditional dances and music along the way. This train features panoramic windows, leather seats, new table design as well as heating and air conditioning. Upgrades available from Expedition to Vistadome; please add $46 per person.

*Deluxe service Hiram Bingham train features an observation wagon with a bar and two dining cars. In addition, this train includes a gourmet brunch on board, exclusive bus return to Machu Picchu, entrance to Machu Picchu as well as a guided tour. Afternoon tea in the Sanctuary Lodge, pre-dinner cocktails and a 4-course, a la carte dinner is also included. Does not operate on Sundays. Upgrades available from Vistadome to Hiram Bingham Deluxe; please add $575 per person.

*All services and transfers in Easter Island are provided in a medium sized group. Order of the tours may vary. Private tours available for an additional cost.
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Pricing Details
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Double £$8228 £$8858 £$10158 £$11168
Single £$10959 £$12258 £$14883 £$16901

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.

Trip Type:

All our trips are operated on a private basis unless specified otherwise. This is only a sample itinerary; your Yampu Tour Consultant will personalize this trip for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!

Tour Itinerary

Day
1

Flight to Lima

Overnight flight to Lima.

Overnight flight to Lima.

Day
2

Lima

Reception at airport and transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon enjoy a private city tour of Lima, one of the most important cities in South America since its founding in 1535. Journey through the historic center of the city and admire the beauty of San Martin and Major squares, the Cathedral, the Government Palace, and visit San Francisco Convent, a religious building from the late 16th century, and its catacombs. This tour also includes a drive through the residential districts of San Isidro and Miraflores. read more...

Reception at airport and transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon enjoy a private city tour of Lima, one of the most important cities in South America since its founding in 1535. Journey through the historic center of the city and admire the beauty of San Martin and Major squares, the Cathedral, the Government Palace, and visit San Francisco Convent, a religious building from the late 16th century, and its catacombs. This tour also includes a drive through the residential districts of San Isidro and Miraflores. Please note the Cathedral is open daily except on Sundays. During the tour, visit the Museo Larco. Founded in 1926 the Museo Larco chronologically showcases the past 3,000 years of Peruvian history and culture including its pre-Colombian history. The museum is located in a beautiful 18th century vice-royal mansion built atop a 7th century pre-Colombian tomb. After exploring the Museo Larco enjoy a complimentary cocktail and appetizer at the onsite Larco Cafe overlooking the beautiful, surrounding gardens. ...read less

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3

Lima - Cusco

At the appropriate time, be met at the hotel and transferred to the airport for the flight to Cusco.

Reception at airport and transfer to the hotel. The elevation in Cusco is approximately 3400 meters (11200 feet), so it is highly recommended to rest upon arrival for a few hours, and avoiding alcohol, caffeine or heavy meals. Please consult with a physician for additional details. This afternoon is at leisure to acclimate. Cusco's elevation is approximately 3,400 meters (11,200 feet), so rest and take read more...

At the appropriate time, be met at the hotel and transferred to the airport for the flight to Cusco.

Reception at airport and transfer to the hotel. The elevation in Cusco is approximately 3400 meters (11200 feet), so it is highly recommended to rest upon arrival for a few hours, and avoiding alcohol, caffeine or heavy meals. Please consult with a physician for additional details. This afternoon is at leisure to acclimate. Cusco's elevation is approximately 3,400 meters (11,200 feet), so rest and take in some coca tea.

If one is feeling up to it later, Cusco is a great walking city with sidewalk cafes, street art and local shops to explore! The chocolate factory and shop is highly recommended.
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Cusco - Private Half Day Walking Tour

This morning, enjoy a private walking tour of Cusco and visit the Korikancha Temple, or Temple of the Sun, and the Cathedral and its Art Museum. During the tour today there is the option to visit the Casa Concha museum or the San Pedro Market. The Casa Concha museum was recently renovated and houses over 360 archaeological pieces from Machu Picchu, recently returned by Yale University. San Pedro Market is a lively, local market where visitors will receive a briefing about the local Andean ingredients and have read more...

This morning, enjoy a private walking tour of Cusco and visit the Korikancha Temple, or Temple of the Sun, and the Cathedral and its Art Museum. During the tour today there is the option to visit the Casa Concha museum or the San Pedro Market. The Casa Concha museum was recently renovated and houses over 360 archaeological pieces from Machu Picchu, recently returned by Yale University. San Pedro Market is a lively, local market where visitors will receive a briefing about the local Andean ingredients and have an opportunity to purchase them. This market visit is a great opportunity to interact with the locals either selling or purchasing items from the market. This afternoon there will be time for lunch before continuing to the nearby water shrine of Tambomachay (the Inca Fountains), Puca Pucara (the Red Fortress), the amphitheater of Kenko and finally the Sacsayhuaman. This afternoon, return to the hotel for an evening at leisure.

Note: For more adventurous travelers, Yampu suggests an optional sunset horseback riding tour through the Sacsayhuaman Ruins. Please ask a Yampu Travel Consultant for more information.
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Day
5

Cusco - Machu Picchu

At the appropriate time, be met at the hotel and transferred to the bus station to transfer to the train station. The train will take travelers through the Sacred Valley of the Incas up to the town of Aguas Calientes. From here, board a bus to Machu Picchu and then have a private guided tour of the ruins. Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, was a flourishing ceremonial and agricultural site, probably the gateway to the jungle marshes of the Inca Empire. The central buildings were erected with the polished read more...

At the appropriate time, be met at the hotel and transferred to the bus station to transfer to the train station. The train will take travelers through the Sacred Valley of the Incas up to the town of Aguas Calientes. From here, board a bus to Machu Picchu and then have a private guided tour of the ruins. Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, was a flourishing ceremonial and agricultural site, probably the gateway to the jungle marshes of the Inca Empire. The central buildings were erected with the polished stone works of the Cusco Imperial style, though the site was probably occupied well before the Incas started their expansion. It was associated with the earth cult revolving around the coca leaf, which was a privilege of the Inca royal family and priests. Enjoy lunch at the Sanctuary Lodge, at the entrance of the ruins, before returning to the hotel at leisure. In the evening, enjoy a wonderful dinner at the hotel or in the town of Aguas Calientes. ...read less

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Day
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Machu Picchu - Cusco

Enjoy today at leisure. One may choose to return to Machu Picchu, hike Huayna Picchu or relax in the village of Aguas Calientes and its hot springs. In the afternoon, board the train to return to Cuzco.

Note: Entrance tickets to Machu Picchu on this day are not included. Please contact a Yampu travel consultant to go back to the ruins or hike the Huayna Picchu at time of booking (subject to availability). Reception at train station and transfer to the hotel.

Enjoy today at leisure. One may choose to return to Machu Picchu, hike Huayna Picchu or relax in the village of Aguas Calientes and its hot springs. In the afternoon, board the train to return to Cuzco.

Note: Entrance tickets to Machu Picchu on this day are not included. Please contact a Yampu travel consultant to go back to the ruins or hike the Huayna Picchu at time of booking (subject to availability). Reception at train station and transfer to the hotel.

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Day
7

Cusco - Lima - Santiago

At the appropriate time, be met at the hotel and transferred to the airport. Enjoy a private Transfer from Santiago Airport to Santiago Hotel

At the appropriate time, be met at the hotel and transferred to the airport. Enjoy a private Transfer from Santiago Airport to Santiago Hotel

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Day
8

Private Santiago City Tour with San Cristobal Hill

The tour starts from the Funicular de Santiago (Gondola), which provides a stunning and panoramic view over the city from the top of San Cristobal Hill. 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, read more...

The tour starts from the Funicular de Santiago (Gondola), which provides a stunning and panoramic view over the city from the top of San Cristobal Hill. 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. Also 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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9

Santiago

Private Full Day Tour of Vina del Mar and Valparaiso, Casablanca Winery and Casa Del Bosque with Lunch
The tour will begin from Santiago to the Coast, located 120 kilometers from Santiago; crossing the fertile Valles de Curacavi and Casablanca, their vineyards, fruit plantations and forest reserves. With this tour, visit two main cities, Vina del Mar and Valparaiso. First visit Vina del Mar city, often known as Ciudad Jardin. This elegant and sophisticated city is inspired by the beautiful French Riviera. read more...

Private Full Day Tour of Vina del Mar and Valparaiso, Casablanca Winery and Casa Del Bosque with Lunch
The tour will begin from Santiago to the Coast, located 120 kilometers from Santiago; crossing the fertile Valles de Curacavi and Casablanca, their vineyards, fruit plantations and forest reserves. With this tour, visit two main cities, Vina del Mar and Valparaiso. First visit Vina del Mar city, often known as Ciudad Jardin. This elegant and sophisticated city is inspired by the beautiful French Riviera. Then, cross the picturesque Reloj de Flores, traveling along the Avenida Peru with its traditional Casino and the elegant Hotel del Mar which was established in 1930. Travel to Valparaiso, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Valparaiso is also known as the cultural capital of Chile, a Commercial Port, and a Bohemian city. It is a city with a charming, picturesque and historic port. It is called the "Jewel of the Pacific" due to its beautiful Pacific Ocean view. The journey includes a tour with a panoramic view of the National Congress, the O'Higgins Park and Italy Park, the Victoria Square, Sotomayor Square and the Muelle Prat, located in the same port.
Later, visit Casas del Bosque vineyard. Its story began many years ago from hands of its main manager, Juan Cuneo Solari. Son of Italian immigrants, Juan lived with the hope to have his own vineyards and to produce the highest quality wines. Finally, in 1993 the Casa del Bosque vineyard was established, being one of the first vineyards to take advantage of this area. Currently, the vineyard has a single vineyard of 235 hectares and produces one of the top quality wines in Chile with 80% of its production being exported. The tour will begin at the winery where one will taste a Reserva Wine and a Gran Reserva Wine. After that, enjoy a delicious and fresh lunch at Tanito Restaurant, which will incorporate the best, freshest local ingredients. After the tour, back to the hotel.
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Day
10

Santiago -Easter Island

At the appropriate time, be met at the hotel and transferred to the airport for
a nonstop flight from Santiago to Easter Island. Upon arrival be greeted for airport reception and transferred to the hotel.
Note: All Easter Island services are provided on a private basis, please consult with a Yampu Travel Consultant about group tours at a reduced cost.

At the appropriate time, be met at the hotel and transferred to the airport for
a nonstop flight from Santiago to Easter Island. Upon arrival be greeted for airport reception and transferred to the hotel.
Note: All Easter Island services are provided on a private basis, please consult with a Yampu Travel Consultant about group tours at a reduced cost.

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Day
11

Easter Island Day 2

Full-day private tour of Rano Raraku: Vahiu, Anakena and Ahu Tongariki
The excursion starts in Hanga Roa. Taking the road along the coast, head toward the ruins of the temple of Vahiu, which is still today as it has been after centuries of neglect. The red hats of the Moais, which were thrown into the sea, can clearly be seen. Continue to the site of Akahanga, where several of the statues are face down, as they were abandoned while being transported. Then onto the volcano of Rano Raraku and the "factories" read more...

Full-day private tour of Rano Raraku: Vahiu, Anakena and Ahu Tongariki
The excursion starts in Hanga Roa. Taking the road along the coast, head toward the ruins of the temple of Vahiu, which is still today as it has been after centuries of neglect. The red hats of the Moais, which were thrown into the sea, can clearly be seen. Continue to the site of Akahanga, where several of the statues are face down, as they were abandoned while being transported. Then onto 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 reveals 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 which houses the largest number of Moais. Finally, the beautiful Anakena beach with two temple platforms or Ahus. Following a picnic lunch (included), take some time to swim in the Pacific Ocean or explore the surrounding countryside. Return to Hanga Roa in the afternoon, and transfer back to selected hotel.
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Day
12

Easter Island Day 3

Half-day private excursion to Orongo: Rano Kau and Vinapu
Depart for a visit to Ahu Vinapu, which is made up of two ruined Ahus, one of which has 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. Next to the crater is the ancient ceremonial site of Orongo, featuring many petroglyphs. There are images of the "bird read more...

Half-day private excursion to Orongo: Rano Kau and Vinapu
Depart for a visit to Ahu Vinapu, which is made up of two ruined Ahus, one of which has 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. Next to the crater is the ancient ceremonial site of Orongo, featuring many petroglyphs. There are images of the "bird man" Tangata Manu, the god creator Make Make and the fertility symbols Komari. From the edge of the crater, view the three small islands of Motu Iti, Motu Nui and Moto Kao Kao, which play an important part in the bird man legends. Take an afternoon at leisure with time to explore Hanga Roa and the Museum of Sebastian Englert. Perhaps pay a visit to the local church with its extraordinary wood carvings.
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Easter Island Day 4

Half-day private excursion to Akivi: Puna Pau and seven Moais
Ahu Akivi, the archeological center of the Roihi sector, was 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 or statues to be found there. The legend says they are the sons of Maori Sorcerer sent to look for the hoe of King Hotu Matua. They look out over the ceremonial center as well as the ocean read more...

Half-day private excursion to Akivi: Puna Pau and seven Moais
Ahu Akivi, the archeological center of the Roihi sector, was 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 or statues to be found there. The legend says they are the sons of Maori Sorcerer sent to look for the hoe of King Hotu Matua. They look out over the ceremonial center as well as the ocean further out. A week after the Spring equinox, they look directly at the setting sun. Around the site one will find many caves.
Then 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. On the journey, it is possible to see the path where they were transported including some of the hats which were left on the wayside. Spend the afternoon in leisure exploring close to town or perhaps just relaxing in the southern sun. This evening, enjoy a farewell Polynesian Dinner and Show: This unique event will give visitors an opportunity to savor the most typical Rapa Nui and Polynesian food, prepared in an earth-oven, locally called "Umu" or "curanto". Dinner consists 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. Round trip transfers included. Operates only on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
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14

Flight Home

Transfer to Mataveri Airport for flight back to Santiago and overlap with the add-on of choice.
International Flight Home

Transfer to Mataveri Airport for flight back to Santiago and overlap with the add-on of choice.
International Flight Home

Lima, Peru

Cusco, Peru

Machu Picchu, Urubamba Province, Cusco, Peru

Santiago, Chile

Easter Island, Chile

Places You'll See

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    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.

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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.

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    Machu Picchu

    Recently, following UNESCO recommendations, Peruvian authorities have placed restrictions on the visitation of Machu Picchu, the lost Incan ruins. Currently, no more than 2,500 people daily will be allowed to visit the ruins. While these new restrictions are great for the preservation of the ruins, they may cause some difficulties in your ability to visit them, so we recommend booking with plenty of notice.

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    Cusco

    Once a powerful Incan city, Cusco is filled to the brim with relics of its grand history. Visit the ruins of the ancient Incan Koricancha Temple, where the Church of Santo Domingo now stands atop. Behold the many beautiful, colonial buildings in the Main Square, including the Cathedral and Church of La Compania de Jesus (Society of Christ).

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    Lima

    Bursting with architectural history and culture, Lima has an eclectic array of attractions. Visit the Santo Domingo Convent, a religious and artistic staple of the city’s historic center. Take a walk along the cliffs of the Miraflores district, showcasing the beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean, and after, enjoy some shopping at the Larcomar Mall.

Hotel Options

3 Star Properties

Lima : El Tambo 2

Lima : Hotel Jose Antonio

Lima : Allpa Hotel & Suites

Lima : Casa Andina Standard Miraflores Centro, Lima

Trujillo : Costa del Sol

Machu Picchu : La Cabana

Machu Picchu : Casa Andina Standard, Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu : El MaPi

Santiago : Torremayor Lyon (Providencia)

Santiago : Orly (Providencia)

Santiago : Hotel Plaza San Francisco (Downtown)

Easter Island : Hotel O Tai

Easter Island : Puku Vai

Easter Island : Hotel Gomero

4 Star Properties

Lima : Dazzler Lima

Lima : Hotel Atton (San Isidro)

Lima : Doubletree El Pardo

Machu Picchu : Tierra Viva

Machu Picchu : Casa del Sol

Santiago : Hotel Magnolia

Santiago : Carménère ecoHotel

Santiago : Noi Victoria

Easter Island : Hotel Altiplanico

5 Star Properties

Lima : Country Club Hotel (San Isidro)

Lima : JW Marriott, Lima

Lima : Miraflores Park Plaza

Lima : The Westin Lima Hotel (San Isidro)

Machu Picchu : Sumaq Hotel

Machu Picchu : Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo

Santiago : Le Reve (Providencia)

Easter Island : Hare Noi

Easter Island : Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa

Luxury Properties

Lima : Hotel B

Machu Picchu : Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo (Suite Room)

Machu Picchu : Sanctuary Lodge (standard Room)

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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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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Yolande

Traveled November, 2015

Machu Picchu is just an amazing structure

Our holiday has started off really nicely so far – lovely hotels, good guides and well organized – thanks to you and your team! Machu Picchu is just an amazing structure, and we were pleased that the kids managed to walk the entire lower trail without too much fussing! The guide was thankfully patient, and I think that the attraction of the lamas at the end helped them to incentivise them to get to that point. Boy, the 28 hour journey home was arduous! It’s so wonderful to be home, though. Thank you soooo much again for making the trip so fantastic and memorable. We’d definitely recommend you to our friends who wish to make the sojourn. A few have already expressed their interest.

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