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Pacaya Samiria Original Jungle
( 11 days and 10 nights )

This tour includes one of the principals Tour in National Reserve of Pacaya Samiria Birdwatching, Ecological, Wildlife view, Hiking, Entomology, City Tour Iquitos,Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, Iquitos.
, Cusco, Machupicchu, Sacred Valley of the Incas.

Itinerary Day by Day:(B)= breakfast / (L)= lunch / (D)= dinner
Cost  by person

Day 1: Arrival Lima.
Assistance on your arrival in Lima and transfer to your selected hotel. Free time to rest and prepare for starting your trip around this unusual city and magical country

Day 2: Lima – City Tour. (B)
In the morning, city tour of the "City of Kings", including the Lima’s Historical Center, visiting Main Square, Government Palace, City Hall, the Cathedral (Here is the tomb of Francisco Pizarro, conqueror of Peru), Museum of the Cathedral, Temple of San Francisco Convent, Lima Colonial Balconies, Torre Tagle Palace, Paseo de Aguas and Convent de los Descalzos. Then, drive through the residential district of San Isidro, visiting El Olivar Park; Miraflores, visiting the Kennedy Park, Love Park and Larcomar Mall. Free for lunch. Optional

Day 3: Lima – Iquitos – Tambo Amazonico Lodge. (B) (L) (D)
Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to the airport to board the regular flight to Iquitos. Reception at the airport you will be met at the airport by one of our native guides, trained in Amazon ecology. On the way to the dock you will have a brief tour of the XIX century colonial city, and its places of interest. At the dock board a typical Pamacari boat and navigate on the Amazon River for 4 hours, beginning your adventure. The majestic Amazon River is 4,000 miles long on its way to the Atlantic Ocean, and has 200 fish species. You will see interesting places along your river travelling, until you arrive to the Tambo Amazonico Lodge. Lunch.
Afternoon, hike to visit a bird community to observe macaws, parrots and other colorful birds, that are attracted to the mineral salts of the giant Machimango Tree.
Bring some extra T-shirts because you will also have an opportunity to trade them for or buy local crafts in the village of Jaldar. Dinner
Bring your flashlight for an exciting evening boat ride in search of Black Caiman or other nocturnal creatures. At night there will be a night expedition in search of alligators. Dinner. Lodging.

Day 4: Tambo Amazonico Lodge – Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. (B) (L) (D)
you will want your binoculars and camera for this early morning boat excursion to the Yarapa Creek for birdwatching. The Yarapa is known for its many hidden lakes where you will find the primitive Hoatzin Birds nesting in thorny palm trees, and Horned Screamers roosting on giant lily pads. Breakfast.
Leave the Yarapa behind continuing south up the Amazon, (remember, the current of the river flows south to north) where you´ll pass through the joining of the river the Ucayali and Maranon.
This is the actual point where the two great rivers meet to form the Amazon River. Continue up the Marañon River making a brief stop in the small town of Nauta before arriving at the mouth of the Yanayacu-Pucate River, the entrance into the Reserve. Look for large groups of pink dolphin feeding here. Stop in the village of 20 de Enero (January 20th) to visit forest police checkpoint. (You will also get a chance to see the artificial beaches where villagers are raising Taricaya and Charapa Turtle eggs as part of the reserves conservation efforts.)
Continue up the Yanayacu to the village of Yarina. Interchange experience about local and native life. Yarina is the last settlement on the Yanayacu River and will be our base. Here you will get a chance to stretch your legs with a late morning hike along the Shushupe Trail, where you may see Squirrel Monkeys, Huapo Negros, Pichicho, or White Mustachioed Tamarins. We have also seen larger rodents like Anuje, and Majaz scurrying along the path, and endless trails of Leaf Cutter Ants.
After lunch, continue up river to Japon Cocha (Lake Japan) where you will discover an amazing diversity of giant trees and palms. This lake is literally teeming with aquatic fauna such as King Fishers, Horned Screamers, White Heron wading on the banks of the lake, and trees filled with Cormorants and Anhingas. Squirrel Monkeys, Woolies, and Tamarins are abundant. You and your guide will also paddle your way into the Quebrada Martin Caño to explore. Return to Lake Japan. Dinner camp out in tents at the lake.

Day 5:Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. (B) (L) (D)
Early morning, boat excursion into the Quebrada San Juan (San Juan Stream) and El Fraile for spectacular birdwatching. Here you will be able to observe Scarlet, Blue, Red and Yellow Macaws, with many other exotic bird species. Return to Yarina for breakfast.
Full day to Chingana Creek where you will quietly paddle in search of Howler Monkeys and Saimiris. The jungle here is thick and the trees have grown to form a canopy over the creek, creating a primate "super highway". Box Lunch.
Back out on the Yarina, you will get a chance to see the primitive and mysterious Amazon Pink River Dolphin. Dive in for a closer look!
Afternoon, excursion to Pasto Lake, where families of Giant River Otter make their home. Continue the journey into the Del Huapo Stream to observe giant Lupuna and Renaco Trees. This is also an excellent area to view Macaws. Return to Yarina.
Evening, boat ride in search of Black Caiman, and other nocturnal creatures such as Night Jars, Hawks, Owls, Tiger Heron and Great Potoos. Dinner camp out in tents.

Day 6: Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. (B) (L) (D)
After breakfast, you begin the most interesting tract in the whole journey, having the opportunity to observe the pink and gray dolphins. Carry out a handmade fishing tour with arrows, under the direction of our native guides. With great care, you will observe the second time what you did not have the opportunity to see the first time; some enigmatic river wolves that live in big family flocks in their own burrows. Lunch.
Take a walk, until you reach some ponds where live huge Black Caymans (alligators) that can measure up to 6 mts. long. We then return to Pona Cocha. Dinner. Spend the night in tents.

Day 7: Pacaya Samiria – Iquitos – Lima. (B)
After Breakfast. Return to Iquitos. At proper time transfer to the airport and take your flight to Lima. Arrival upon transfer to your hotel rest day leisure.

Day 8: Puerto Maldonado – Cusco – City Tour and Nearby Ruins. (B)
Early in the morning, transfer to airport to take a flight to Cusco.
Assistance on arrival in Cusco and transfer to your selected hotel. Free time to take a short rest to be acclimatized to the altitude.
In the afternoon, city tour of Cuzco visiting the Main Square, the Cathedral and the Temple of the Sun or Korikancha.
Then, drive out of the city to visit the Inca sites of Kenko, Tambomachay, Puca Pucara and the impressive fortress of Sacsayhuaman, built strategically on a hill overlooking Cusco; famous for its enormous carved stones joined with astounding precision to form the outer walls. Some of these stones stand over 9m / 30ft tall and weight over 350

Day 9: Cusco – Machupicchu. (B) (L)
The day starts with an early morning rise to transfer to Cusco train station for a three hour train journey to the famous Inca Citadel of Machu Picchu, also known as "The Lost City of the Incas". Arrive at Aguas Calientes station followed by a 30-minute bus drive, climbing 6km of winding road, to the incredible Machu Picchu. Upon arrival, we´ll participate in a guided tour of the Citadel, visiting the Main Plaza, the Circular Tower, the Sacred Sun Dial (Intiwatana), the Royal Quarters, the Temple of the Three Windows and various burial grounds.
After the tour you will have time to stroll around the archeological site at your leisure. Lunch in a restaurant at Aguas Calientes town. Late afternoon return to Cusco. Overnight at selected hotel in Cusco.

Day 10: Cusco – Sacred Valley of the Incas. (B) (L)
Excursion to the "Sacred Valley of the Incas", a succession of picturesque towns, agricultural terraces and archaeological sites. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, we´ll have the opportunity to bargain with vendors or stroll at the Pisac's typical Indian market, with a catholic mass service on Sunday (celebrated in Quechua, the native language).
Lunch at a local restaurant in the Sacred Valley.
In the afternoon pass through Calca and Urubamba towns to arrive to the Inca Fortress and Citadel of Ollantaytambo, which was built to guard the entry of this part of the valley and protect it from enemies of the lower jungles; consisting in a series of superimposed terraces of carved stones accessed by long staircases. We will have the opportunity to walk through the quaint streets of the nearby town, religious and agricultural centre during the Inca Empire, and get a clear idea of the military strategy against possible invasions.
On our way back to Cusco we will visit the picturesque Andean village of Chinchero where the remains of what was the royal hacienda of Tupac Inca Yupanqui lies. Admire its well preserved Inca Wall at the Main Square, visit the beautiful colonial temple built on Inca foundations, with interesting frescoes on the portico.
Back to Cusco in the afternoon.

Day 11: Cusco – Lima – Home. (B)
Early in the morning, transfer to airport to take a flight to Lima. Arrival and your home or next destination.
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