Our Lima, Cusco, Machu Picchu tour is a consistent top-seller. Because of that, we receive a lot of excellent testimonials from our clients telling us how much they enjoyed the experience. Last week alone, three wonderful reviews came in that we’d like to share with our readers.
Travel consultant Kyle assisted Monica and Sunil in planning and preparing for their South American adventure. They enjoyed their stay at the Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo, which included complimentary drinks, breakfast and dinner. They agreed that the service was excellent and just as good as Kyle said it would be.
Travel consultant Christina assisted Lakshana in planning a first wedding anniversary gift to her husband of a trip to Lima, Cusco, Machu Picchu and Refugio Amazonas. In addition to complimenting several of the guides who accompanied them along the way, they spoke very highly of the Refugio Amazonas experience, commenting that, ‘it is the best place we have ever stayed.” Lakshana signed off by saying, “words cannot describe how happy we are. It was a memorable trip of a life time.”
Travel Consultant Jennifer helped Ben plan his dream trip to Cusco and Machu Picchu. Ben was also very appreciative of the “knowledgeable and friendly” guides, commenting that they were on time and where he expected them to be. He snapped the below picture and concluded by saying, “I will definitely recommend your company to any of my friends who will be traveling to South America. I was totally satisfied with the personal service I was given.”
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As a UNESCO World Heritage site, Machu Picchu is certainly one of the top tourist attractions in South America. Known for its mysterious creation and use by the ancient Inca civilization, tourists have gathered for decades to marvel at the mountain top stone construction and speculate as to what might have happened here.
Many of the people who contact us about visiting the ruins also want to include at least one other destination in their trip to the continent. For that, we have packaged tours that combine Machu Picchu with a trek to remote and equally mysterious Easter Island, a direct flight to Iguazu Falls for more breathtaking scenery, or a journey into the Peruvian Amazon. Other popular destinations Machu Picchu can be paired with include Lake Titicaca, the Galapagos Islands, Rio de Janeiro and other portions of the famous Inca Trail.
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