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Overland Tours



Romantic Escape - Bora Bora Pearl Resort

Romantic Escape - Bora Bora Pearl Resort

Known as the most romantic island in the world, Bora Bora is surrounded by an inspiring lagoon, resembling an artist’s palette of blues and greens. For most visitors to Bora Bora, it’s love at first sight.

Lush, tropical mountain slopes and valleys blossom with hibiscus, and palm-covered islets circle the illuminated lagoon like a delicate necklace. Perfect white-sand beaches give way to emerald waters, where colorful fish animate the coral gardens. The ambiance couldn’t be more romantic, especially within luxury resorts such as the Bora Bora Pearl.

Overland Program Step by Step:

Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. Any times indicated are only approximate, and are given here for general reference purposes and are subject to change. The Destination Services Team on board will advise you on the ship of your departure and return times.

DAY ONE

After disembarking the ship, you will tender ashore and transfer to the Bora Bora Pearl Resort. The resort is located on the “motu” (meaning islet) Te Vairoa, a setting that exudes romance. Following check in, the remainder of the day is yours to enjoy as you please.

Relax on the terrace of your overwater bungalow, admiring the views of the surrounding lagoon and mountain peaks. Indulge in the services at the spa. Stroll the idyllic beach, pausing every so often in the shade of a swaying palm. Take an invigorating dip in the freshwater swimming pool. Or if you are feeling ambitious, enjoy water sports such as an outrigger canoe ride or snorkeling in the sea’s crystal-clear waters. This is your time in paradise with no schedule to follow other than your own.

In the evening, as the resort becomes illuminated with soft lighting, the atmosphere becomes even more romantic and memorable. The ambiance is ideal for your romantic dinner, a special affair that’s pure Polynesian. Afterwards, feel free to stroll about the resort before retiring in your thatched-roof bungalow that’s perched over the water.

DAY TWO

In the morning, a traditional Polynesian outrigger canoe will glide up to your private terrace, and you’ll be served a sumptuous breakfast. What an unforgettable way to start another day in paradise. After spending the remainder of the morning at leisure, you will transfer to the ship in Bora Bora.

Expected Weather:

The climate on the Island of Bora Bora and the rest of the Society Islands is considered tropical and can be divided into two basic seasons: the wet season and the dry season.

The wet season (November through April) is the Polynesian Summer and accounts for approximately three-quarters of the annual rainfall of French Polynesia. The humidity during this time can be quite heavy and muggy and cloud cover is common. Storms are frequent, brief and unpredictable. Temperatures generally range from 27 - 30 degrees C (80-86 degrees Fahrenheit), with the hottest months being February and March.

By contrast, the dry season (May through October) is the Polynesian winter. Temperatures generally range from 24-28 degrees C (75-82 degrees Fahrenheit) and rain is rare.

Temperature fluctuations from day to night are minimal.

What to Bring: Personal effects for one night

Currency: Euro

Electricity: European plugs

Luggage: 1 per person

Documents and Visa Requirements: Please consult your embassy for entry requirements

Accommodation: 1-Night overwater bungalow at the Bora Bora Pearl Resort

Included:

Boat Transfer (non private) Vaitape to Pearl

Welcome cocktail and flower lei

Fruit basket in room

Half-bottle of champagne

Romantic dinner

Canoe breakfast

1-night overwater bungalow

Boat transfer (non private) Pearl to Vaitape 11:00am

City tax

Not Included:

Alcohol, mini-bar consumption in the rooms, spa treatments, personal laundry, telecommunications and any other items of a personal nature. Any other items and meals not mentioned above including gratuities.

$1,099 Per Guest


Overland Tours



Romantic Escape - Bora Bora Thalasso Resort

Romantic Escape - Bora Bora Thalasso Resort

Known as the most romantic island in the world, Bora Bora is surrounded by an inspiring lagoon, resembling an artist’s palette of blues and greens. For most visitors to Bora Bora, it’s love at first sight.

Lush, tropical mountain slopes and valleys blossom with hibiscus, and palm-covered islets circle the illuminated lagoon like a delicate necklace. Perfect white-sand beaches give way to emerald waters, where colorful fish animate the coral gardens. The ambiance couldn’t be more romantic, especially within luxury resorts such as the Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa.

Overland Program Step by Step:

Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. Any times indicated are only approximate, and are given here for general reference purposes and are subject to change. The Destination Services Team on board will advise you on the ship of your departure and return times

DAY ONE

After disembarking the ship, you will tender ashore in Vaitape and transfer to the Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa. This luxurious InterContinental Resort is located on Piti Aau, a coral “motu” (meaning islet) on the barrier reef, a setting that exudes romance. Following check in, the remainder of the day is yours to enjoy as you please.

Relax on the terrace of your overwater bungalow, admiring the views of the surrounding sea and mountain peaks. Indulge in the services at the spa, part of which features a glass floor so you can watch the marine life during your session. Stroll the idyllic beach, pausing every so often in the shade of a swaying palm. Take an invigorating dip in the freshwater swimming pool. Or if you are feeling ambitious, enjoy water sports such as snorkeling in the sea’s crystal-clear waters. This is your time in paradise with no schedule to follow other than your own.

In the evening, as the resort becomes illuminated with soft lighting, the atmosphere becomes even more romantic and memorable. The ambiance is ideal for your romantic dinner, a special affair that’s pure Polynesian. Afterwards, feel free to stroll about the resort before retiring in your thatched-roof bungalow that’s perched over the water.

DAY TWO

In the morning, a traditional Polynesian outrigger canoe will glide up to your private terrace, and you’ll be served a sumptuous breakfast. What an unforgettable way to start another day in paradise. After spending the remainder of the morning at leisure, you will transfer to the ship in Bora Bora.

Expected Weather:

The climate on the Island of Bora Bora and the rest of the Society Islands is considered tropical and can be divided into two basic seasons: the wet season and the dry season.

The wet season (November through April) is the Polynesian Summer and accounts for approximately three-quarters of the annual rainfall of French Polynesia. The humidity during this time can be quite heavy and muggy and cloud cover is common. Storms are frequent, brief and unpredictable. Temperatures generally range from 27 - 30 degrees C (80-86 degrees Fahrenheit), with the hottest months being February and March.

By contrast, the dry season (May through October) is the Polynesian winter. Temperatures generally range from 24-28 degrees C (75-82 degrees Fahrenheit) and rain is rare.

Temperature fluctuations from day to night are minimal.

What to Bring: Personal effects for one night

Currency: Euro

Electricity: European plugs

Luggage: 1 per person

Documents and Visa Requirements: Please consult your embassy for entry requirements

Accommodation: 1-Night overwater bungalow at the Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa.

Included:

• Taxi from Vaitape to Le Moana

• Boat Transfer (non private) Le Moana to the resort

• VIP welcome with non-alcoholic drink and flower lei

• Fruit basket

• Dinner with champagne

• Diamond villa (overwater bungalow 1 night)

• City tax

• Canoe breakfast

• Return boat transfer (non private) to Le Moana

• Transfer by taxi to Vaitape

Not Included:

Alcohol, mini-bar consumption in the rooms, spa treatments, personal laundry, telecommunications and any other items of a personal nature. Any other items and meals not mentioned above including gratuities.

$1,499 Per Guest


Post-Cruise Land Tours



POST CRUISE Machu Picchu - Standard

POST CRUISE Machu Picchu - Standard

Delve into the sacred and mysterious landmarks of the Inca Empire, including famed Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, and other ancient temples, all precisely constructed without mortar.

DAY 1 – April 21st, 2015

Following disembarkation from the ship, you will be transferred as a group to the airport for your flight to Cusco. Upon arrival, transfer and check in at the Palacio del Inka Luxury Collection Hotel. Lunch is on your own today.

In the afternoon, you will embark on a city tour of Cusco, starting with the sacred site of Koricancha. Here, you will admire the lovely Dominican Convent of Santo Domingo that was built on the foundations of the Temple of the Sun, the most sumptuous temple in the Inca Empire. The curved, mortar-less masonry wall at the west end of the church is considered to be one of the greatest existing examples of Inca stonework.

Continuing on, you will see the splendid Baroque-style Cusco Cathedral, built in the mid-1500s on the foundations of an Inca palace. Many of the stones used in its construction were looted from the nearby Sacsayhuaman fortress, your next stop.

Strategically located on a hill overlooking Cusco, the fortress was constructed without mortar like many other Inca structures. Yet the enormous stones (some weighing 200 tons) of the remaining walls fit so tightly that not even a thin blade of grass can slide between them. The craftsmanship is a stunning example of the Inca’s sophisticated construction techniques and architectural skills.

After returning to your hotel, you will spend the evening at your leisure. As you will be dining on your own, you will receive a dinner certificate for a three-course meal and drink. The “dine around” certificate can be used at several participating restaurants.

DAY 2 – April 22nd, 2015

Following breakfast, you will drive to the train station and board the Vistadome Train, which features large panoramic windows for excellent viewing of the passing landscape.

Upon arriving in Aguas Calientes, you will drive to the ruins of Machu Picchu to explore this famous “Lost City of the Incas.” Constructed as a royal retreat for the Inca emperor Pachacuti in the 1400s, Machu Picchu was abandoned less than 100 years later, its population probably devastated by smallpox. Because the Spanish conquistadors never found this hidden city, Bingham discovered it largely intact.

Architectural highlights include the Temple of the Sun, designed much like the one in Cusco, several other temples, hundreds of terraces, and a mysterious carved stone situated on a raised platform that towers above the plaza. The stone may have been used for astronomical observations, but no one knows for certain. The Inca had no written language, so there is no record of Machu Picchu’s ultimate purpose. Scholars are still striving to uncover clues as to its mysteries.

After visiting Machu Picchu, you will enjoy a relaxing lunch at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge Hotel at the site’s entrance, and then board the Vistadome Train back towards Cusco. Upon arriving in Ollantaytambo, you will transfer back to the Palacio del Inka for the evening and dinner on your own.

DAY 3 – April 23rd, 2015

After flying back to Lima, you will transfer to the Casa Andina Private Collection Miraflores Hotel.

The rest of the day is at leisure with lunch and dinner on your own.

DAY 4 – April 24th, 2015

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel.

You will be transferred to the airport based on your flight details. If you have a late flight you may wish to book an additional night so as to keep your room longer than the scheduled check out time of 12 noon.

Special Note: As this is an active program that takes place at high altitudes and we strongly recommend that all guests should consult with their physician regarding their ability to participate prior to signing up.

Overland Program Step by Step: Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. The flights and timings indicated are approximate, and are given here for general reference purposes and are subject to change.

Day 1

6:30am Meet at the Callao Pier (We suggest to fly with a carry-on only – any other suitcases will be kept in hotel storage and waiting at the hotel upon your return to Lima.)

6:50am Transfer to the airport

7:10am Arrival at airport and check-in for your flight

8:00am Flight (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change) to Cusco

9:15am Arrival in Cusco

9:45am Transfer to your hotel

10:05am Arrival at your hotel and express Check-in

10:25am Time at leisure to relax and get used to the altitude

Lunch is on your own

2:00pm Walk to Korikancha Temple

2:15pm Visit Korikancha Temple

2:50pm Drive to the main square

3:05pm Arrival at main square for photo opportunity and visit Cusco Cathedral

3:45pm Drive to Sacsayhuaman

4:05pm Visit Sacsayhuaman

5:20pm Drive back to hotel

5:40pm Rest of the evening is at leisure.

Dinner with “dine around” certificate

Overnight at Palacio del Inka Luxury Collection Hotel or similar hotel

Day 2

5:00am Wake up call

5:30am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

6:15am Drive to train station to board train to Aquas Calientes

8:00am Board Vistadome Train

8:29am Vistadome Train to Aguas Calientes

9:52am Walk to bus station

10:10am Bus drive to Machu Picchu Citadel

10:45am Guided visit of the Citadel

1:15pm Lunch at Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge Hotel

2:20pm Bus drive back to Aguas Calientes

2:50pm Walk to train station

3:00pm Board the Vistadome Train

3:20pm Vistadome Train return trip

5:10pm Drive back to your hotel

7:00pm Arrival at hotel. Rest of the evening is at leisure and dinner is on your own tonight.

Overnight at Palacio del Inka Luxury Collection Hotel or similar hotel

Day 3

7:15am Wake up call

7:45am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

8:15am Drive to Cusco Airport

8:40am Arrival at airport and check-in

9:50am Flight (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change) to Lima

11:10am Arrival in Lima

11:45pm Drive to hotel in Lima

12:25pm Arrival at the hotel and express check-in

The remainder of the day is at leisure

Lunch and dinner are on own

Overnight at the Casa Andina Private Collection Miraflores Hotel or similar hotel

Day 4

AM Enjoy buffet breakfast at the hotel (not private)

12:00pm Check out. Transfers arranged based on your flight details. Luggage storage is available

at the hotel for guests with late flights.

ADDITIONAL NIGHTS: Should you book any additional nights via through the cruise line, you will be transferred to the airport per your flight details. Any meals other than breakfast as well as any activities are on your own after the program officially ends on the morning of Day 4. Should you book any additional nights independently of the cruise line, transfers will not be included.

Expected Weather:

April is normally cool in the highlands with average temperatures in the highlands being 67ºF max /36ºF min while in Lima they are 73ºF max/62ºF min.

What to Bring:

• Comfortable, casual clothing in natural, "breathable" fabrics. Temperatures will change as altitudes and time of day change, so it’s best to bring shorts as well as long trousers, and clothing we can layer. Cathedrals, churches, and other religious sites require conservative dress. Both males and females should cover their arms, legs and shoulders.

• Local standards dictate a neat, clean outfit for dining in restaurants and touring urban areas. For men: long trousers and a shirt with a collar. For ladies: trousers or a knee-length (or longer) skirt with a modest top. Formal clothing is not necessary.

• A sweater or lightweight jacket for the cooler evening temperatures common in highland regions.

• A lightweight (preferably non-plastic) raincoat or poncho; an umbrella.

• Comfortable walking shoes with low or no heels. Sandals may not be comfortable for some sightseeing activities.

• Sunglasses (with a strap), sun block and a sunhat as well as insect repellent.

• Please note that the use of walking sticks is prohibited in Machu Picchu unless they are needed by guests with mobility problems

Currency:

Peru’s currency is the Nuevo Sol (S/.). The exchange rate with the U.S. Dollar varies although the current approximate exchange rate is S/. 2.80 per 1 US dollar.

Electricity:

The current is 220 volts AC. In most hotel bathrooms, there is an electrical outlet with 110 volts for electric shavers, but this should not be used for travel irons or hair dryers. Most hotel rooms are equipped with hairdryers.

Luggage:

For domestic flights in Peru, it is permitted to check one piece of 23Kg (50 pounds) per person and 1 carry-on of 8Kg (17.5 pounds) per person. Excess luggage will be stored at your hotel in Lima. It is important that any stored luggage is sufficiently labeled with your full name and ship suite number.

Documents and Visa Requirements:

Foreign passengers entering Peru must have a passport valid at least 6 months past the day of arrival in Peru.

Accommodations:

Casa Andina Private Collection Miraflores Hotel or similar hotel in Lima (superior room)

Palacio del Inka Luxury Collection Hotel or similar hotel in Cusco (superior room)

*We will only substitute hotels in unforeseen situations. If similar hotels are substituted, they will be of equal ratings and standards.

Program includes:

• English-speaking drivers and tour conductor

• All entrance fees

• Gratuities for luggage porterage and restaurants

• Buffet lunch at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge

• Non-alcoholic drinks with lunch at Sanctuary Lodge

• Dinner “dine around” in Cusco

• Breakfasts daily

• Bottled water and snacks on coaches

• Internal flight from Lima to Cusco and return to Lima

• Airport transfers (may not be private)

• Accommodations per the program

Please Note: Guests booking their own flights (independent of the cruise line) are responsible for ensuring that the cruise line has the most current and updated departure information so your transfer can be arranged; however, should you book any additional nights independently of the cruise line, a departure transfer is not provided

Program Excludes:

• Any drinks and meals not listed above

• Personal expenses and hotel incidentals such as laundry, phone calls, minibar

• Gratuities to drivers and guides

Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include: inclines, cobblestones, sand, and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion.

Due to the nature of this program, guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation.

$1,999 Per Guest


Post-Cruise Land Tours



POST CRUISE Machu Picchu - Deluxe

POST CRUISE Machu Picchu - Deluxe

Delve into the sacred and mysterious landmarks of the Inca Empire, including famed Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, and other ancient temples, all precisely constructed without mortar.

DAY 1 – April 21st, 2015

Following disembarkation from the ship, you will be transferred as a group to the airport for your flight to Cusco. Upon arrival, transfer and check in at the luxurious Hotel Monasterio. You will enjoy some free time to acclimate to the elevation (11,152 feet above sea level) and explore a bit on your own.

In the early afternoon, you will embark on a city tour of Cusco, starting with the sacred site of Koricancha. Here, you will admire the lovely Dominican Convent of Santo Domingo that was built on the foundations of the Temple of the Sun, the most sumptuous temple in the Inca Empire. The curved, mortar-less masonry wall at the west end of the church is considered to be one of the greatest existing examples of Inca stonework.

Continuing on, you will see the splendid Baroque-style Cusco Cathedral, built in the mid-1500s on the foundations of an Inca palace. Many of the stones used in its construction were looted from the nearby Sacsayhuaman fortress, your next stop.

Strategically located on a hill overlooking Cusco, the fortress was constructed without mortar like many other Inca structures. Yet the enormous stones (some weighing 200 tons) of the remaining walls fit so tightly that not even a thin blade of grass can slide between them. The craftsmanship is a stunning example of the Inca’s sophisticated construction techniques and architectural skills.

After returning to the Hotel Monasterio, you will spend the evening at your leisure. As you will be dining on your own, you will receive a dinner certificate for a three-course meal and drink. The “dine around” certificate can be used at several participating restaurants.

DAY 2 – April 22nd, 2015

Following breakfast, you will drive to the train station and board the deluxe Hiram Bingham train, named for the American archaeologist who initiated the excavation of Machu Picchu in 1911. Brunch will be served during the journey, as you take in the spectacular Andean scenery.

Upon arriving in Aguas Calientes, you will drive to the ruins of Machu Picchu to explore this famous “Lost City of the Incas.” Constructed as a royal retreat for the Inca emperor Pachacuti in the 1400s, Machu Picchu was abandoned less than 100 years later, its population probably devastated by smallpox. Because the Spanish conquistadors never found this hidden city, Bingham discovered it largely intact.

Architectural highlights include the Temple of the Sun, designed much like the one in Cusco, several other temples, hundreds of terraces, and a mysterious carved stone situated on a raised platform that towers above the plaza. The stone may have been used for astronomical observations, but no one knows for certain. The Inca had no written language, so there is no record of Machu Picchu’s ultimate purpose. Scholars are still striving to uncover clues as to its mysteries.

After visiting Machu Picchu, you will enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge Hotel at the site’s entrance, and then board the Vistadome Train back towards Cusco. Along the way, you will stop for dinner at the Sol Y Luna Hotel and then transfer back to the Hotel Monasterio for the evening.

DAY 3 – April 23rd, 2015

After flying back to Lima, you will transfer to the Country Club Hotel or similar.

The rest of the day is at leisure with lunch and dinner on your own.

DAY 4 – Saturday, April 24th, 2015

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel.

You will be transferred to the airport based on your flight details. If you have a late flight you may wish to book an additional night so as to keep your room longer than the scheduled check out time of 12 noon.

Special Note: As this is an active program that takes place at high altitudes and we strongly recommend that all guests should consult with their physician regarding their ability to participate prior to signing up.

Overland Program Step by Step: Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. The flights and timings indicated are approximate, and are given here for general reference purposes and are subject to change.

Day 1

6:30am Meet at the Callao Pier (We suggest to fly with a carry-on only – any other suitcases will be kept in hotel storage and waiting at the hotel upon your return to Lima.)

6:50am Transfer to the airport

7:10am Arrival at airport and check-in for your flight

8:00am Flight (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change) to Cusco

9:15am Arrival in Cusco

9:45am Transfer to your hotel

10:05am Arrival at your hotel and express Check-in

10:25am Time at leisure to relax and get used to the altitude

Lunch is on your own

2:00pm Walk to Korikancha Temple

2:15pm Visit Korikancha Temple

2:50pm Drive to the main square

3:05pm Arrival at main square for photo opportunity and visit Cusco Cathedral

3:45pm Drive to Sacsayhuaman

4:05pm Visit Sacsayhuaman

5:20pm Drive back to hotel

5:40pm Rest of the evening is at leisure.

Dinner with “dine around” certificate

Overnight at the Monasterio or similar hotel

Day 2

6:30am Wake up call

7:00am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

7:45am Drive to train station to board train to Aguas Calientes

10:20am Board Hiram Bingham Train

10:53am Hiram Bingham Train to Aguas Calientes

12:24pm Walk to bus station

12:35pm Bus drive to Machu Picchu Citadel

1:10pm Guided visit of the Citadel

3:50pm Afternoon Tea at Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge Hotel

4:35pm Bus drive back to Aguas Calientes

5:05pm Walk to train station

5:27pm Board the Vistadome Train

6:56pm Drive to Sol Y Luna for dinner

7:20pm Dinner at Sol Y Luna

8:35pm Transfer to your hotel for the evening

10:15pm Arrival at hotel. Rest of the evening is at leisure

Overnight at the Monasterio or similar hotel

Day 3

7:15am Wake up call

7:45am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

8:15am Drive to Cusco Airport

8:40am Arrival at airport and check-in

9:50am Flight (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change) to Lima

11:10am Arrival in Lima

11:45pm Drive to hotel in Lima

12:25pm Arrival at the hotel and express check-in

The remainder of the day is at leisure

Lunch and dinner are on own

Overnight at the Hotel Country Club or similar hotel

Day 4

AM Enjoy buffet breakfast at the hotel (not private)

12:00nn Check out. Transfers arranged based on your flight details. Luggage storage is available at the hotel for guests with late flights.

ADDITIONAL NIGHTS: Should you book any additional nights via through the cruise line, you will be transferred to the airport per your flight details. Any meals other than breakfast as well as any activities are on your own after the program officially ends on the morning of Day 4. Should you book any additional nights independently of the cruise line, transfers will not be included.

Expected Weather:

April is normally cool in the highlands. The average temperature in the highlands is 67ºF max /36ºF min while in Lima it is 73ºF max/62ºF min.

What to Bring:

• Bring comfortable, casual clothing in natural, “breathable” fabrics. Temperatures will change as altitudes and the time changes, so it’s best to bring shorts, as well as long trousers and layered clothing. Religious sites require conservative dress. Both males and females should cover their arms, legs and shoulders.

• Local standards dictate a neat, clean outfit for dining in restaurants and touring urban areas. For men: long trousers and a shirt with a collar. For ladies: trousers or a knee-length (or longer) skirt with a modest top. Formal clothing is not necessary.

• A sweater or lightweight jacket for the cooler evening temperatures.

• A lightweight (preferably non-plastic) raincoat or poncho, and an umbrella.

• Comfortable walking shoes with low or no heels. Sandals may not be comfortable for some sightseeing activities.

• Sunglasses with a strap, sun block, a sunhat, and insect repellent.

• Walking sticks are prohibited in Machu Picchu except for passengers with mobility problems.

Currency:

Peru’s currency is the Nuevo Sol (S/.). The exchange rate with the U.S. dollar varies, although the current exchange rate is approximately S/. 2.80 per 1 US dollar.

Electricity:

The current is 220 volts AC. In most hotel bathrooms, there is an electrical outlet with 110 volts for electric shavers, but this should not be used for travel irons or hair dryers. Most hotel rooms are equipped with hairdryers.

Luggage:

For domestic flights in Peru, it is permitted to check one piece of 23Kg (50 pounds) per person and 1 carry-on of 8Kg (17.5 pounds) per person. Excess luggage will be stored at your hotel in Lima. It is important that any stored luggage is sufficiently labeled with your full name and ship suite number.

Documents and Visa Requirements:

Foreign passengers entering Peru must have a passport valid at least 6 months past the day of arrival in Peru.

Accommodations:

Country Club Hotel or similar in Lima – Master Room

Monasterio Hotel or similar in Cusco – Deluxe Room

*We will only substitute hotels in unforeseen situations. If similar hotels are substituted, they will be of equal ratings and standards.

Program includes:

• English-speaking drivers and tour conductor

• All entrance fees

• Gratuities for luggage porterage and restaurants

• Brunch on board the Hiram Bingham Train (including 2 non-alcoholic or alcoholic beverages)

• Afternoon tea at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge

• Dinner at Sol Y Luna Hotel (1 glass of local wine or beer, 1 water or soft drink, and 1 hot beverage)

• Dinner “dine around” in Cusco

• Breakfast daily

• Bottled water and snacks on coaches

• Flights between Lima and Cusco

• Airport transfers (private)

• Accommodations per the program

Please Note: Guests booking their own flights (independent of the cruise line) are responsible for ensuring that the cruise line has the most current and updated departure information so your transfer can be arranged; however, should you book any additional nights independently of the cruise line, a departure transfer is not provided

Program excludes:

• Drinks and meals not mentioned above

• Personal expenses and hotel incidentals such as laundry, phone calls, and minibar

• Gratuities to drivers and guides

• Oxygen-enriched rooms in Cusco – there is a surcharge for these rooms and they are based on availability

Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces, which may include: inclines, cobblestones, sand, gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion.

Due to the nature of this program, guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may be unsuitable for their individual situation.

$2,899 Per Guest



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