Northern Peru - Land of the Cloud Warriors
The evocative southern ruins of Machu Picchu are, of course, what will draw most travellers to the fascinating destination of Peru. However, this can mean that the country’s north is often overlooked. A journey to northern Peru will be filled with vast archaeological sites, diverse landscapes, and incredible UNESCO-listed ruins. Along the way, we will encounter decorated friezes that tell historic tales, follow in the footsteps of the ancient Moche, and get to explore parts of sites that tourists never reach with our expert scholar, who has personally excavated 25 years in one of the most important sites, Chavin de Huantar.
We will also go in search of the Sicán, an ancient civilization that developed in northern Peru between 800 and 1300 CE. To experience this part of South America is to see a side of Peru that most explorers will miss. Pyramids dot the horizon, amazingly preserved pre-Inca cities await discovery, and gravity-defying cliff tombs simply beg for skyward glances.
Tour dates & prices
Included in your cost:
- Expert Guide Lecturer
- Professional Tour Manager
- Local travel aboard a private air-conditioned coach
- Meals as per the itinerary, tea or coffee with dinner
- Entries to all sites as per the itinerary
- All taxes & gratuities
- Field notes
|Tour Departure||Tour ID||Departure date||Return Date||Guided by||Price||Deposit||Single Supp.||Availability|
|2 November 2020||RPER201102||2 November 2020 (Monday)||15 November 2020 (Sunday)||Professor John Rick||£5,260
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