9-Nights Discover Amazon & Machu Picchu

Few trips offer this as rich a combination of Peru’s natural and cultural treasures. Aboard a luxury riverboat, cruise to the very headwaters of the Amazon River for an immersion in primeval rain forest. Deep within the most biodiverse region of the Amazon Basin, we reach the remote Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, one of South America's largest wildlife sanctuaries. It's home to a staggering array of species, including 13 different primates, pink river dolphins, and brilliant red-and-green macaws—the Peruvian Amazon boasts nearly a thousand species of birds alone! West into the high, jungle-shrouded peaks of the Andes lies another marvel, this one of human origin: Machu Picchu, the mystical stone city built by the Incas in the 15th century, and below, the Sacred Valley of the Urubamba River, replete with myth and ruins. Discover it all on a diverse adventure revealing Peru's most astounding wonders.

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Featured Destinations


Lima, "the City of the Kings," became the effective capital of the Viceroyalty of Peru, established 1560. Today, a visit to Lima may serve as a unique Peruvian experience that offers a glimpse into the Andean world, Spanish tradition and the country's modern aspect. Visit handsome old buildings and baroque churches that testify to the city's religious background and the Plaza de Armas, shared by the realms of the Catholic church, municipality and national government. The pre-Inca ruins of Pachacamac lie a short distance south of the city. Once a ceremonial site, Pachacamac has been the most important religious center of the Andean world since before the age of Christ. Stop and admire The Temple of the Sun and the Moon, Lima's outstanding museums, and Machu Picchu - a "Jewel in the Mist."


The Cuzco (Cusco) region of Peru combines Inca legacy with Spanish colonial architecture in an atmosphere at once provincial and sublime. The chaotic marketplaces where campesinos barter grain or potatoes for multi-colored fabric belie the mute spirituality of the Lost Cities, where Inca stonework conveys order and balance. Such diversity enhances this inspiring nine-day adventure. The blue sky radiates with an intensity achieved only at high altitudes (the city of Cuzco lies 11,150 feet above sea level), while the landscape offers its unique pattern of exacting agricultural grids and tangled jungle masses.


Urubamba is a well endowed town situated in the shadow of beautiful Chicon and Pumahuanca glaciers. The attractive Plaza de Armas is laid back and attractive, with palm trees and a couple of pines sourounded by interesting topiary. Weekends there's a large market on Jirón Palacio, which serves local villages; and at the large ceramic workshops set around a lovely garden at Avenida Berriozabal 111, new and ancient techniques are used to produce colourful, Amerindian inspired pots, household items and artistic pieces for sale on site. Urubamba makes an ideal base from which to explore mountains and lower hills around Sacred Valley, which are filled with sites. Also within walking distance, the salt pans of Salinas, still in use after more than four hundred years, are situated only a short distance from the village of Tarabamba, 6km along the road from Urubamba to Ollantaytambo.

River Cruising

Relax and enjoy your day as you cruise along the river and take in the magnificent scenery.

Pacaya Samiria Reserve

Renowned for its biodiversity, the area could quite possibly be one of the oldest Pleistocene shelters of the South American continent. There is a proven existence of 965 species of wild plants and 59 of cultivated plants, 450 species of birds, 102 species of mammals, over 130 species of reptiles and amphibians and 250 different fish species, but studies and investigation are still far from being exhausted.

National Reserve Pacaya-Samiria is the natural habitat for lots of wild animals and trees, as well as exuberant aquatic life: more than 500 bird species, 102 mammalians, 240 reptiles, 58 amphibians, 256 fishes and 1024 wild and cultivated vegetal species. In the reserve many species are protected: black caiman (Melanosuchus niger), dugongo (Trichechus inunguis), water turtle (Podocnemis unifilis), spider ape (Ateles sp.), giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis), pink dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) and grey dolphin (Sotalia fluviatilis).

It isn’t difficult to find, year after year, new species of fauna and flora; and still few scientist dedicated to mysterious and variegate world of insects that populate the Reserve.


Nauta is a bustling small town on the shores of the Maranon river in the Peruvian Amazon. This town is perfect for visitors intersted in nature and small town culture. Visitors can hire a boat from Nauta and experience the majestic forests, mountains and lakes. For the gastronomically inclined, this region of Peru is especially known for its delicious spicy cuisine.

Aguas Calientes (Peru)

Aguas Calientes, also known as Machu Picchu pueblo, and is located four miles away from Machu Picchu. The city was founded in 1901 as the railroad between Cuzco and Santa Ana was being built, in result, Aguas Calientes became a hub for the railroad’s machinery and home for those who worked it. Today, many people visit the city for its hot springs, or as a great starting point for those headed up to Machu Picchu.


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Clavero Lake

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Dorado River

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Puerto Miguel

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  • Accommodations aboard our luxury Amazon ship and in luxury lodges and haciendas
  • All meals from breakfast on Day 2 through lunch on final day (except dinner on Day2)
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  • Room at the Lima airport hotel on final day (may also be used for overnight stay free of charge)
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Vacation Highlights:
  • Explore Machu Picchu - Wander the maze of ruins at Machu Picchu, fabled "Lost City of the Incas", as you learn in depth about the site's fascinating history from our Expedition Leader
  • An Amazon Jungle Immersion - Explore the rain forest at the headwaters of the Amazon from a small luxury ship designed for wildlife viewing on this legendary river of adventure
  • Search for Tropical Wildlife - See monkeys, parrots, pink dolphins and a rainbow of tropical birds during guided jungle excursions on foot and by boat in Peru's largest wildlife reserve

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