Retrace the footsteps of Charles Darwin as you explore Ecuador's wildlife-filled Galápagos Islands
Expedition cruise | Natural world | Ocean cruise | Unique & unusual | Wildlife
Fly out of Lima to add in the unique wildlife and alien islands that have inspired the very way that we understand the world. You’ll explore it all on the Santa Cruz II – the finest ship in her class to sail the archipelago, featuring ocean view hot tubs, tablet computers and barbecues. It’s custom built to explore remote areas and smaller islands as glass-bottom boats, kayaks and snorkelling trips will introduce you to the region’s dazzling array of marine life. Pastel coral beds host everything from manta rays and hammerhead sharks to turtles and fur seals. Shore excursions will then treat you to volcanic sunsets that pick out giant tortoises, lava lizards and delicate flamingos. Naturalist guides bring it all to life.
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Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca, highlights of any visit to Peru, are linked by rail via Cusco along some of the world's highest and most scenic tracks.
Explore the very best of Peru's beautiful beaches, majestic mountains and fascinating culture on this tailor-made journey. Visit Lima, Arequipa, the Colca Canyon and Lake Titicaca before heading to the Andes and the ancient sites of Cusco, Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley.
See the likes of Peru’s Amazon Rainforest and citadel-capped Andean peaks in luxurious comfort, enjoying private touring, included excursions and gourmet dining. In between, this comprehensive tour showcases everything from Cusco’s colonial charms to the Sacred Valley’s Incan history.
The Andes, the world's second highest mountain range that cuts like a jagged knife down the spine of South America, offers some of the best trekking on earth.
This unforgettable adventure, beginning in Peru's capital Lima and ending in the Andean city of Cusco, includes a fully-guided four day Inca Trail trek, following in the footsteps of the ancient Incas to Machu Picchu, the lost city hidden high in the Andes Mountains.
Introduce yourself to Peru’s colonial tapestry with its capital before delving further into the country’s rich history with Machu Picchu – the enigmatic poster child for the Sacred Valley’s lost Incan cities and stunning geography.
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