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On The Go Tours Launch Four New Peru Tours To Expand Their South American Offering

February 20, 2017 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

On The Go Tours, the award-winning tour operator specialising in locally-led group tours and tailor-made holidays to over 60 worldwide destinations, have launched four new Peru tours showcasing the country’s diverse attractions from the famed Inca ruins to the world’s largest tropical rainforest and cosmopolitan cities.

Ranging from seven to 14 days, the four new tours take travellers to Peru’s coast, highlands and jungle and all visit Machu Picchu. Following in the footsteps of the Incas or taking the scenic train ride from Ollantaytambo, whichever way explorers arrive for their day of guided sightseeing at this spectacular World Wonder, it is guaranteed to be one to remember.

Machu Picchu by Train and Amazon, Incas and Titicaca are the first Peru tours to join the On The Go Tours Signature Range with exciting days of sightseeing and local experiences followed by a comfortable night’s rest. Accommodation is in charming 3-4* hotels that incorporate the culture and beauty of their surroundings, including the Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion – a jungle oasis with silted cabanas, in the Amazon.

Machu Picchu by Train

This eight-day adventure, traverses the ever-changing scenery from the bustling coastal city of Lima to the UNESCO mountain top city of Cuzco, stopping off at Peru’s most incredible sites along the way. Flying from the capital, travellers will spend two nights in the Amazon jungle enjoying a night-time river excursion. The tour continues to the Sacred Valley, where passengers board the train for the scenic journey to Aguas Calientes, the gateway to breathtaking Machu Picchu. The Machu Picchu by Train tour starts from $3,995 per person.

Amazon, Incas and Titicaca

This 14 day journey combines Peru’s fascinating history, exotic wildlife and colourful culture. After being immersed in the Amazon jungle and bartering at the markets of the Sacred Valley, travellers will grab their walking boots and head out on the Inca Trail for their first glimpse of the ancient citadel through the famed Sun Gate. The next destination is believed to be the birthplace of the sun, Lake Titicaca. A visit to the floating islands of Uros feels like a trip back in time, the traditional culture of the islands preserved to this day. Ending in La Paz, this is an ideal tour for those who want to carry on travelling through South America. The Amazon, Incas & Titicaca tour starts from  $5,845 per person.

Trek the Inca Trail

This seven day tour starts with visits to the ruins and markets of the Sacred Valley before travellers tack on of the world’s most famous treks – the Inca Trail. Winding across dramatic Andean passes with a backdrop of snow-topped mountains and Inca ruins waiting to be explored, trekkers arrive at the Sun Gate and continue for a guided tour of Machu Picchu. The Trek the Inca Trail tour starts from $1,995 per person.

Amazon and the Inca Trail

Taking travellers through forests, jungles and mountains, this 11 day tour is perfect for those looking for an intrepid adventure that packs in the activity in under two weeks! Travellers will journey into the Amazon to explore remote and fascinating trails and canoe along the river to try different fishing techniques whilst keeping an eye out for the array of exotic birds. The Inca capital of Cuzco and the Sacred Valley is next on the list before heading out on the Inca Trail, ending the tour with a day at Machu Picchu. The Amazon and the Inca Trail tour starts from $3,995 per person.

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