With 16 to 18 participants: $3400 p/p in double accommodations.
To request an application blank, please e-mail Kathy at Kathy Didier. Don't delay: trip
participation will be limited to 18, and we expect this trip to sell out fast.
TRIP FEE INCLUDES: Transfers between Lima airport and Posada Miraflores in
Miraflores (Lima); all lodging (in double occupancy rooms; single rooms);
breakfast in most hotels, other meals as specified in the itinerary;
transportation by private bus with professional driver; boat transportation to
Islas Ballestas and on Lake Titikaka; Nasca Lines overflight; train ride to
Machu Picchu; return flight from Cusco to Lima; local guide services by
bilingual guides; entries to all visitor's sites specified in the itinerary;
services of Kathy Didier as overall tour coordinator, a bilingual Peruvian tour
conductor, and local site guides.
NOT INCLUDED: Round trip air fare from point of origin to Lima; meals not
specified in the itinerary; souvenirs, tips, phone/fax/internet services and
other personal expenses; Peru exit tax ($28 at the time of this writing).
SINGLES SUPPLEMENT: If you feel you need a single room, please enquire about
availability and cost.
HOW TO GET ABOARD: If you are interested in this trip and would like for us to
e-mail you an application, or if you have further questions about the trip, let
Kathy know by clicking here Peru trip
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known as "Peru".
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Hadingham, Evan, 1988, Lines to the Mountain Gods: Nazca and the
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530 p. [Prescott's amazing work went through various
editions and printings, and should be available in major
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[A classic 19th-century travel work by an archeologist and
diplomat; originals scarce, but a modern reprint has been
Wright, Ruth M., and Valencia Zegarra, Alfredo, 2004, The Machu Picchu
Guidebook - A Self-Guided Tour, Revised Edition: Boulder,
Colorado, Johnson Books, 188 p. [By far the best guidebook
for Machu Picchu; be sure to have this one with you when you
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