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The Ancient Civilizations and Natural Beauty of Latin America

PRIVATE TOUR - 22 DAY SAMPLE ITINERARY

FROM £$ 16159

Private Tour Highlights

  • Taking a walk through Independence Square in Quito, stopping off at the Presidential Palace, Cathedral, San Francisco Monastery and El Sagrario Church along the way.
  • Straddling the middle of the world during a visit to the equatorial line while in Quito.
  • Encountering all manner of endemic wildlife in the Galapagos, from Blue-footed Boobies and Frigate Birds to Marine Iguanas and Sea Lions.
  • Visiting the spectacle of Genovesa, or “bird island”, so called due to the many thousands of tropical birds who call it home.
  • Discovering Cusco, where colonial architecture collides with Incan structures, and visiting the Temple of the Sun: “Korikancha”.
  • Soaking up the majesty of Machu Picchu, the ‘Lost City of the Incas’, with its polished stone works of the Cusco Imperial style.
  • Taking a light aircraft over the Nazca Lines, a head-scratching astronomical calendar that predates the Incas.
  • Reveling in the exciting energy of Cancun, a lively coastal resort that boasts excellent nightlife.
  • Staring in awe at the iconic Mayan-Toltec pyramids of Chichen-Itza, which dates back around 1,000 years and is an emblem of Mexico’s heritage.
  • Picturing life as a Mayan noble while stepping through the regal ruins at Tulum, perched dramatically on the cliffs above the Caribbean Sea.
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Tour Overview

This multi-country tour will guide Yampu travelers through the ancient civilizations and natural beauty of Latin America, from Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands to Peru and Machu Picchu with an added excursion to the mystical Nazca Lines and to Mexico’s Mayan Ruins. We cruise the Galapagos Islands for five days. In Peru, we visit the mysterious Nazca Lines before traveling by train to the mountain citadel of Machu Picchu. Flying to Mexico, we will take you to the sparkling blue waters of the Caribbean with stops at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza and Tulum.

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.

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.

Inclusions
Price includes international and domestic airfare as mentioned in the itinerary, cabin aboard a Galapagos First Class Cruise including all meals, hotel accommodation including continental or buffet breakfast, all transfers between airports and hotels with assistance and baggage handling, guided tours in English including all entrance fees, meals where specified, Nazca Lines plane ride, bus and private transfers to and from the Nazca Lines and Ica and cruise to the Ballestas Isles. Also included is the $100 Galapagos Park fee and $10 Transit Control Card fee.

*Sandboarding in Ica:
Our tour starts at the Oasis La Huacachina. From this point, we will drive up toward the west, where the most beautiful dune formations are found. We will drive across Ica’s desert in a 4×4 buggy vehicle and will make many stops along the way for pictures. The desert of Ica is the most beautiful in Peru and offers stunning landscapes, not only of sand dunes, but also of the Huacachina lagoon. There will be many points where you will have the opportunity to experience the exhilaration of one of the most popular sports in Ica, “Sandboarding.” Our driver will take us to the summit of some dunes, and from the very top you will be able to slide down the dune. Before you start to sand surf, our guide/instructor will teach you specific techniques to ensure a safe ride. There are actually plenty of spots to sandboard around Huacachina, with a wide variety of dunes, suitable for the very beginners, as well as for professional sand boarders. The whole tour will take about 2 hours, so at the end clients are dropped off at the Huacachina Oasis.

*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.

*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. Local airport departure taxes that are payable in the country of destination are not included. Airfare taxes and security fees that can be paid at time of ticketing are included in the cost. Gratuities and personal expenses are not included.

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Pricing Details
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Double £$14922 £$16159 £$18864 £$21123
Single £$23053 £$25029 £$30578 £$35197

Prices shown above are per person. Hotel categories do not adhere strictly to international ratings; Yampu has evaluated the hotels according to destination and availability. Prices include local airfare (where applicable), hotel accommodation including daily breakfast; all transfers with baggage handling, all guided tours in English and all entrance fees.

Please note that prices are subject to change based on availability and seasonality, especially during the holiday season from December 20th through January 5th each year. Please contact a Yampu Travel Specialist for more information on best times to travel.

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 Quito

Upon arrival in Quito, be greeted at the airport and transferred to the hotel.

Upon arrival in Quito, be greeted at the airport and transferred to the hotel.

Day
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Full Day Colonial Quito Tour & The Equator

This tour begins with a visit to Independence Square where the Presidential Palace, the Cathedral and El Sagrario Church are located. 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. Also visit La Ronda Street in Old Quito. Lined with colonial houses and inspired by painters, poets, musicians and historians, this visit will give a taste of traditional Quito. The tour will then continue 30-minutes outside of Quito, towards the Middle of the World. Travelers will visit the main Monument honoring the correct location of the equator and visit the Ethnographic Museum, located inside the Equator Monument. One can instead 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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Quito- Galapagos

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


This afternoon, visit Bachas Beach on Santa Cruz Island.
Play de las Bachas is located on the northern coastline of Santa Cruz. Here, 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, be greeted at the airport and transferred to the Galapagos cruise.


This afternoon, visit Bachas Beach on Santa Cruz Island.
Play de las Bachas is located on the northern coastline of Santa Cruz. Here, 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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4

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 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-rumbed storm petrels nesting in the crevices at the cliff’s edge. One may also see the short-eared owls as they hunt the storm petrels during the daylight hours.
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Plazas Island- Santa Fe Island

This morning, visit Plazas Island.
Plaza Sur was originally formed by uplifted lava and the terrain includes an impressive cactus forest. On land, 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. one can also see the Galapagos mockingbird, magnificent frigate, brown pelican, and several species of Darwin’s finches.

This morning, visit Plazas Island.
Plaza Sur was originally formed by uplifted lava and the terrain includes an impressive cactus forest. On land, 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. one can also see the Galapagos mockingbird, magnificent frigate, brown pelican, and several species of Darwin’s finches.

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6

San Cristobal Island- Kicker Rock- Isla Lobos

This morning, visit Punta Pitt on San Cristobal Island
This unusual volcanic formation is located in the northeast of San Cristobal Island. Here, 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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7

San Cristobal

This morning, visit 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, be transferred to the San Cristobal airport for your flight back to Quito. Upon arrival, be greeted at the airport and transferred to the hotel.
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Lima- Cusco

This morning, transfer to the airport for a flight to Lima, connecting with a flight to Cusco. Upon arrival in Cusco, be greeted and transferred to the hotel. This afternoon is at leisure to acclimate. Cusco’s elevation is approximately 3,400 meters (11,200 feet), so Yampu highly recommends resting upon arrival for a few hours and taking in some coca tea.


Note: Check-in is normally after 2 pm. Early check-in may be granted subject to availability (not confirmed). Also, if one is to take a day flight to Lima, Yampu can accommodate a night at the airport hotel (at extra cost). Please ask a Yampu Travel Consultant.
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9

Cusco

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 this private tour, 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 one 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 Sacsahuaman Fortress. 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 Sacsahuaman Ruins. Please ask a Yampu Travel Consultant for more information.
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10

Machu Picchu

Early morning transfer to the train station. The train will head 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 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.


Note: Government regulations limit the number of visitors to Machu Picchu daily. Entrance is subject to availability. Please book with plenty of notice so Yampu may confirm entrance to the ruins. Machu Picchu entrance tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.
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Aquas Calientes at Leisure

Today is 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 Cusco. Upon arrival, train station reception and transfer to the hotel.


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).

Today is 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 Cusco. Upon arrival, train station reception and transfer to the hotel.


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).

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12

Lima- Cusco- Nazca

This morning, be met at the hotel in Cusco and transferred to the airport for the flight to Lima. Upon arrival in Lima be greeted and transferred to the “Cruz del Sur” bus station to take the bus to Nazca. Upon arrival in Nazca, be greeted for assistance and transferred to the hotel.

This morning, be met at the hotel in Cusco and transferred to the airport for the flight to Lima. Upon arrival in Lima be greeted and transferred to the “Cruz del Sur” bus station to take the bus to Nazca. Upon arrival in Nazca, be greeted for assistance and transferred to the hotel.

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13

Nazca-Ica-Paracas

This morning, be met at the hotel and transferred to the airport for a morning flight over the mysterious Nazca Lines. From here, enjoy a tour to the Chauchilla Cemetery, an ancient graveyard located out in the desert.
This afternoon, transfer to Paracas, visiting Ica en route. Once in Ica, the tour will include a visit to the old and the new districts, the Regional Museum of Ica, the Lagoon of Huacachina and a local winery where one will be able to observe the process of Pisco-making, the traditional Peruvian cordial. After the tour, continue to the hotel in Paracas for an evening at leisure.


Note: The tour of Ica can be replaced with a desert tour including sand-boarding.
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14

Paracas-Lima

Today, transfer to Paracas for a cruise to the Ballesta Isles. On the Isles, observe the local fauna including sea lions, penguins and more than 60 species of sea birds. See the “Candelabra,” another ancient sand design.
This afternoon, enjoy lunch at the hotel in Paracas before returning to Lima by bus. Upon arrival in Lima, be greeted for assistance and transferred to the hotel for an evening at leisure.

Today, transfer to Paracas for a cruise to the Ballesta Isles. On the Isles, observe the local fauna including sea lions, penguins and more than 60 species of sea birds. See the “Candelabra,” another ancient sand design.
This afternoon, enjoy lunch at the hotel in Paracas before returning to Lima by bus. Upon arrival in Lima, be greeted for assistance and transferred to the hotel for an evening at leisure.

Paracas
Day
15

City Tour of Lima

This morning is at leisure.
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, Major squares, Cathedrals, the Government Palace, and the San Francisco Convent. This religious building is from the late 16th century, along with its catacombs which are worth a visit! 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 this 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.
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Day at leisure

Late this afternoon, transfer to the airport to take the overnight flight to Cancun.

Late this afternoon, transfer to the airport to take the overnight flight to Cancun.

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Day at Leisure

Upon arrival in the Cancun airport transfer to the hotel in Cancun or Playa del Carmen. Enjoy a day at leisure.

Upon arrival in the Cancun airport transfer to the hotel in Cancun or Playa del Carmen. Enjoy a day at leisure.

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Day
18

Chichen-Itza

In the morning head to the ancient archeological site of Chichen-Itza. The famous Mayan pyramids of Chichen-Itza are more than 1,500 years old. The site is divided into three sections. The north grouping of structures is distinctly Toltec in style. The central group appears to be from the early period. The southern group is known as “The Old Chichen.” Find a large ball court where Mayan men played a game called pok ta pok, full of symbolism and drama. Breakfast and lunch included.

In the morning head to the ancient archeological site of Chichen-Itza. The famous Mayan pyramids of Chichen-Itza are more than 1,500 years old. The site is divided into three sections. The north grouping of structures is distinctly Toltec in style. The central group appears to be from the early period. The southern group is known as “The Old Chichen.” Find a large ball court where Mayan men played a game called pok ta pok, full of symbolism and drama. Breakfast and lunch included.

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Day
19

Isla Mujeres

Today, take a boat tour of Isla Mujeres, a small island, a short distance off the coast of the northeast of the Yucatan Peninsula in the Caribbean Sea. While on the boat enjoy an included lunch and an open bar.

Today, take a boat tour of Isla Mujeres, a small island, a short distance off the coast of the northeast of the Yucatan Peninsula in the Caribbean Sea. While on the boat enjoy an included lunch and an open bar.

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20

Archaeological Site of Tulum

In the morning, head to the archaeological site of Tulum. Mounted on the edge of a cliff, this abandoned city towers above the deep turquoise of the Caribbean and a beautiful white sandy beach. Although the site dates back to earlier times, Tulum reached its peak in the Post-classic period between 1,000 and 1,600 AD. Originally called Zama or City of the Dawn, the sun rises from the sea above the city walls and for the ancient Maya, begins her dance across the sky. The city within the walls was only inhabited by the nobles, high priests and esteemed citizens such as astronomers whereas the lower classes lived in simple wood and thatch huts beyond. The buildings in the city were originally covered with brilliant paintings and carvings – stark white, deep red or vibrant blue, but only faint remnants of these now remain. ...read less

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Day at Leisure

Enjoy a day of leisure to explore independently or add additional optional activities.

Enjoy a day of leisure to explore independently or add additional optional activities.

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Flight Home

Transfer to the airport for the flight home or overlap with another Yampu program.

Transfer to the airport for the flight home or overlap with another Yampu program.

Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador

Lima, Peru

Machu Picchu, Urubamba Province, Cusco, Peru

Nazca, Ica, Peru

Paracas, Ica, Peru

Cancún, Mexico

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

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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    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.

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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).

  • 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.

  • Nazca-Lines

    Nazca

    The town of Nazca is enjoyable both by land and by air. Take a trip to the Museo Arqueologico Antonini, to learn about the many local archeological sites. Or visit the Cemetery of Chauchilla to see ancient mummies in their original graves. Take a small plane over the town to see its star attractions, the Nazca Lines, massive geometric shapes carved into the desert ground.

  • Paracas

    Paracas

    Travel across what seems like desert wasteland but what really is home to a huge variety of marine birds (locally known as aves guaneras for their production of guano droppings used as fertilizer) and other wildlife, the entire time taking in the unique beauty of their natural habitat.

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    Cancun

    From historical relics of Mayan civilization, to sandy beaches, Cancun has it all. Visit El Meco, a substantial archeological site on the mainland, or The Interactive Aquarium of Cancun where you can get acquainted with all sorts of aquatic life, and even swim with dolphins. If an aquarium isn’t exciting enough, dive into the sea with some of Cancun’s best scuba diving instructors.

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    Playa del Carmen

    With a distinctive European touch, Playa del Carmen is a relaxed coastal resort town that can be enjoyed in many ways. Enjoy snorkeling and diving while learning about the local aquatic creatures including the kind sunfish, chasing sardines or maybe glimpse the peaceful manatee. Aside from the aquatics, one can walk the cobblestone streets and enjoy the nightlife and shopping offered as well.

Hotel Options

3 Star Properties

Quito : Stubel Suites

Quito : Vieja Cuba Boutique

Quito : NU House

Lima : El Tambo 2

Lima : Hotel Jose Antonio

Lima : Allpa Hotel & Suites

Lima : Casa Andina Standard Miraflores Centro, Lima

Machu Picchu : La Cabana

Machu Picchu : Casa Andina Standard, Machu Picchu

Nazca : Hotel Majoro

Nazca : Casa Andina Standard, Nazca

Cancun : Presidente Intercontinental

Cancun : Beach Scape Kin Ha Villas & Spa

4 Star Properties

Quito : La Casona de la Ronda

Quito : Casa Aliso

Lima : Dazzler Lima

Lima : Hotel Atton (San Isidro)

Lima : Doubletree El Pardo, Lima

Machu Picchu : El MaPi

Machu Picchu : Tierra Viva

Machu Picchu : Casa del Sol

Nazca : Hotel Nazca Lines

Paracas : La Hacienda Bahia Paracas (Suite)

Cancun : Westin Resort & Spa

5 Star Properties

Quito : Swissotel

Quito : Le Parc Hotel

Quito : JW Marriott in Quito

Lima : Country Club Hotel (San Isidro)

Lima : The Westin Lima Hotel (San Isidro)

Machu Picchu : Sumaq Hotel

Machu Picchu : Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo

Nazca : Nuevo Cantalloc (standard)

Paracas : Hotel Paracas

Cancun : Fiesta Americana Condesa Cancun

Cancun : Hotel Casa Turquesa

Luxury Properties

Quito : Plaza Grande

Quito : Casa Gangotena

Lima : JW Marriott, Lima

Lima : Miraflores Park Plaza

Trujillo : Costa Del Sol Wyndham Trujillo

Machu Picchu : Sanctuary Lodge (standard Room)

Nazca : Nuevo Cantalloc (Executive)

Paracas : Hotel Paracas (Balcony Suite)

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