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  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    An excellent adventure. Spectacular and diverse landscape, ancient and modern culture, and a superb trekking work-out, all in one colourful and action-packed odyssey.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The Andean scenery on the Moonstone Trek was stunning, especially on the third day as we descended towards the Sacred Valley. Unexpectedly coming across the ruin of an Inca Temple in that high and isolated place, in the shadow of the beautiful snow-capped Mount Veronica was truly evocative.  

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our lovely group leader, Flaminia, is one of the best I've ever had the pleasure to travel with - knowledgable, helpful and patient. Her guided tour of Machu Picchu was particularly excellent.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be very careful with what you eat and drink, and you should have no health problems. Be prepared for blistering heat, near-freezing night time temperatures, and rain. Don't be put off by the long days spent in the 'bus - the scenery is spectacular and ever-changing.  Take the optional flight over the Nazca lines if you can - trust me, this is the only way to see them. 

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Probably one of the most fascinating and varied of my many adventures - thoroughly recommended.

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    Great, well organised trip- everything went nice and smoothly

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Finally arriving at the Machu Picchu guard house having completed 4 days of walking through the mountains and just soaking up the sublime view.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Really helpful and calm, but organised and kept everything flowing with no issues. Knowledgeable and friendly too

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    The Inca trail gets cold at night- make sure you have a good sleeping bag (warm in minuses), walking poles were surprisingly useful.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    The most amazing experience shared with such great people with many wonderful memories.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Looking down over the monster of a climb we had all successfully completed, sitting at the top of Dead womens pass and taking in one of the most breathtaking views I have ever seen.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Carlos was fantastic. He always talked with great passion and enthusiasm and he never failed to make things fun and interesting.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Take your walking poles!!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Our porters on the Inca trail where amazing. The amount of equipment they carried over a trek that I found challenging with just a little day pack was so impressive. The food that was cooked for us on the trek was outstanding. It kept us all going!!!

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    A totally wicked full-to-the brim holiday.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The whole group making it to the top of Dead Women's Pass, and all the way to the Sun Gate. The view from the Sun Gate down to Macchu Picchu was surreal - but well worth all the effort! Seeing how everyday people in Peru live gave me much more insight than a "normal" holiday would have done.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leader Carlos was absolutely brilliant! He looked after us perfectly, giving us enough freedom when we needed some space, but always being there if we needed any advice or help. He also tailored our trip to perfection, and was able to "read" the wishes of the group. A very good asset for Exodus to have!

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Don't worry too much about the altitude. The aclimatisation days (and advice to stay off alcohol!) work a treat, even if some of the walking has to be done at a slower rate than you may be used to...

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I had an incredible holiday - perfect in the amount of activity and "off" time. The camping on the Inca Trail was good fun, and the food delicious - how can two men achieve that with just a double ring calor gas stove? The complimentary activities (for me, the Trail was the main draw) were interesting and fun, meaning, unfortunately,  the time flew by. A great holiday that I thoroughly recommend!

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    This trip was all I hoped for and so much more!  The Inca ruins were spine tingling throughout the adventure. Daily fabulous experiences.  So much to talk about; so many awe inspiring scenes.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Lake Titicaca and the reed islands; Saqsayhuaman; Tambomachay; Raqchi;Dead Woman's Pass; Machu Picchu; Ballesteras Islands.  All breathtaking and all " wow " moments.  

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our guide, Karlos, was knowledgeable, organised and so hard working with all his focus being to make this the best experience for all of us in the group which brought our diverse group very much together.  Excellent chap who brought out the best in his support groups too from porters to drivers.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be prepared - physically and emotionally.   Also remember it is a developing country and there will be problems with plumbing and toilets.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    The trip exceeded our expectations.  We enjoyed every minute and so much interest and so many contrasts made two weeks seem twice as long.  The trip notes only give a taster of what is in store.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The trek along the Inca Trail was amazing.  The scenery, the exotic vegetation of the cloud forest and the many Inca ruins along the way all contributed to the anticipation and excitement of reaching the Gate of the Sun and our first sight of Machu Picchu.  We were not disappointed! The Peruvian people were so cheerful and uncomplaining, especially or porters and drivers.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our leader, Fabrizzio, was brilliant.  He was extremely efficient, very knowledeable, patient and friendly.  Thanks to his excellent organisation, everything worked like clockwork.  He worked hard to make sure that everyone got the most enjoyment out of the trip.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Do it!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    Review by Angela not GraemeThis was a trip I've always wanted to do and it lived up to my expectations. It was an excellent trip which was very well organised and enabled us to see the varied landscapes of Peru and learn about the Peruvian culture. I am not a camper so was particularly impressed with the camping part of the trip. The porters were excellent and took such good care of us. I couldn't believe the super standard of the food, you even got woken up with a cup of tea and got afternoon tea at 5pm. It was also great getting a hot bowl of water to wash at the beginning and end of the day.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Walking the Inca trail and seeing Machu Picchu from the Sun Gate. Despite seeing many photos previously I wasn't prepared for the hugeness of the site Amazing food whilst camping Riding in the dune buggy and sliding down the sand dunes Seeing the Humboldt penguins in Ballesta Isla Talking to the Peruvian people Travelling with a great group of people

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Fabrizzio was an excellent guide, very friendly and very caring. He has a very laid back attitude but is extremely well organised. Fabrizzio was very concerned for our well-being and ensured that we drank plenty of water and rested well and always checked how we were doing particularly when people had been unwell but he was never obtrusive. He was clearly very proud of his county and shared his knowledge with us. He also took us to some excellent restaurants. 

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

     Things I would have liked to know: If you fly from Lima to Puno be prepared for feeling extremely tired for the first couple of days even if you take it easy and also be prepared for headaches, almost everyone in our group suffered headaches for the first 2 or 3 days. Wear waterproof trousers on the boat trip to Ballestas Island - the sea was very choppy and we all got wet - it was like a theme park water ride. Do the Dune Buggy optional excursion and sand boarding it's great fun and excellent value but don't put sun cream immediately before or you'll get plastered in sand. The long coach trips are inevitable and the roads can be very winding making it difficult to read so audio books or Ipod will help pass the time. We had someone who knew lots of games so we were kept entertained. A pack of cards might also be useful particularly when you are camping.  Take dollars and change into soles - you will need both, your guide will advise how much to change and there are many opportunites.   If you are travelling with United Airlines via Houston they do not do vegetarian meals on the Houston to Lima stretch so make sure you buy something at the airport if you're likely to get hungry.  If you don't like your room for any reason politely ask to change as the guide and the hotel are keen to ensure you are happy. Take a swimming costume for the hot springs in Aguas Calientes. Towels can be hired and you can buy soap and shampoo very cheaply. It's just what you need after 4 days trekking and they even serve you a beer in the pool - heaven! There was also a pool in the Nazca hotel. Poles were a must for coming down the many steps on the Inca trail.  Hire a sleeping bag then you only have it for the days of the trek, you also get a thermorest mattress and the sleeping bag is a four season so keeps you snug and warm.  

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    If you're thinking of doing this trip go ahead and do it. If you enjoy walking and are reasonably fit you'll be able to cope with the trek. There is no need to rush as there is nothing to do at the campsite so take your time, enjoy the views and put one foot in front of the other and you'll get there. I am scared of heights so had some concerns about edges but there was no need the paths are wide and there aren't any exposed edges. 

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    One of the best trips in the world. Well organized and conducted. Spectacular views of the Andes. A great way to learn about the cultures of Peru - Inca, pre-Inca and current.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Surviving Dead Woman's pass and of course the view of Machu Picchu from the Sun Gate. The sunset and then sunrise on the mountains as seen from the camp at the top of Phuyupatamarca Pass was spectacular. Dining on "Canadian" trout on Taquile Island in Lake Titicaca was a treat.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Rene is passionate about the history and cultures of Peru and was eager to share his knowledge. He is well organized and handled whatever challenges came up with ease. We would enjoy any trip with him. Wilson was also very helpful on the trek.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Take it slow. There is plenty of time and it is the best way to avoid altitude sickness. We are mid 50's and were not too far behind our younger friends. This trip's pace of 5 days is much better than other tours with only 4 days. Use poles - the steps can be brutal.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Take the optional tour of the Inca ruins around Cuzco and also the Ballestas Islands. The Nasca Lines have to be seen from the air if possible. We would use Exodus again but we don't understand their airport transfer and duffel bag policies for tour members from outside of the U.K. Most of our group were not from England (so had to pay for airport transfers and provide their own duffel bags for the trek), but Rene was kind enough to arrange our transfers and lend us stuff sacks.

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    One of the best holidays/experiences I have enjoyed to date.Perceived Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail to be over hyped and becoming commercialised. A pleasant surprise  to find exactly the opposite. Peru is a beautiful country, the Andes mountains and High Plains are spectacular viewing. A packed holiday adventure, get up and do it. You will have memories which last forever. 

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Ending the Inca Trail and first views of Machu Picchu were incredible. The approach through the sun gate and looking down on the city is one of the most marvellous sights in the world.  Viewing the Nazca lines from the air in a small aeroplane (it's the only/best way to see them). This optional trip is currently advised by the British Foreign Office as a "do not do", due to a crash a few years ago. But I have to say I found the experience fine in all aspects (pilots, aircraft, service). You make your own choice.......... Definitely a fantastic experience. From a fun perspective, you cannot keep a smile (or scream) off your face on the dune buggy experience. 

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Words are not enough. I have been on several treks/experience holidays, Fabrizzio was the best!!! Patient, caring, supportive, friendly, just keep applying the adjectives. Can I please have him on all my future holidays? A few examples: he served all our meals on trek, he was always first up, he listened to everyone (never mind how insane their question), he helped everyone, he  made sure everyone had what they wanted, when they wanted it. He didn't try and control the group, but he made sure the group functioned.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Most of it has been said in other reviews. Take at least one pair of shorts, swimwear, a good sunhat. Take good walking gear, prepare for all weathers (a problem I know, but we had all weathers on the trek and through the rest of the holiday.) Some hotels struggle with the provision of hot water, plugs for sinks, towels are rarely in great supply. But generally they are clean and functional. Take currency in a mix of Sols and US dollars. My advice 20/80%. The food in Peru is very good, both local dishes and regular international dishes are always available. You will not starve! 

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Be prepared for a lot of travelling! The basic journeys to and from Peru are long and tiring.Even more so if you are unfortunate enough to fly with United Airlines (my advice DON'T, ask for alternative routes/carriers) Overland journeys in Peru (Cusco to Nazca, Paracas etc ) are long, coach journeys. I think we covered 650KM in 2 or 3 days. Take a good book (Kindle). Exodus management of the logistics involved is superb. BUT it's all worth it. This is an opportunity to see MOST of what Peru has to offer. You can sleep back home! 

  • 8

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    Flights a DISASTER.  Why on earth you use United Airways I can't think.  Besides being regularly late there were 2 mechanical problems.  After having recovered from our outward journey and feeling positive, we then had to suffer further problems.  (Also the cabin crews generally were not particularly pleasant.)  Saying that, the time in Peru was very good.  The only down side was the long days travelling but I know there is no way around that.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The trek was by far the best part of the holiday, and the superb views driving through the Andes.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leader, Fab(rizzio) was brilliant.  He dealt with everything we threw at him, all organisation was  excellent.  At times some of it appeared beyond his actual remit.  He also coped (better than the rest of the group) with a couple of awkward members of the group.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be prepared for the long road journeys.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Only to say that the representative who met us at Lima when we were a day late, was not the sort of person we needed to see.  Instead of being supportive and assuring all was OK, he told us (as though it was our faults) that we would have to pay for our night's accommodation and the rebooked flight the following day.

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    The best trip ever!  Magnificent trek, despite heavy rain on day 2 ... the travails just added to the sense of achievement on reaching the Sun Gate.  Food on trek unbelievably good - better than we eat at home - and loads of it.  Superb guides at all stages, and the trail porters were magnificent - camp set up for us before we arrived, tea and hot water for washing delivered to our tents - like having a personal butler!  The encouragement of the guides was truly humbling, and if any of us flagged they were there to give support. We also saw a lot of Peru, and had lots of new experiences, including dune buggies at Ica and sand-boarding for the more adventurous. This is a fun-packed trip of a lifetime - we loved every minute of it ...

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    talking to Fabrizzio, Hernan and Lizbett, our wonderful trail guides, about their pride in their Inca heritage ... wonderful first evening meal on trek - asparagus soup, stuffed trout fillets, with rice and al dente mixed vegetables, followed by bananas flambeed in brandy with hot chocolate sauce - worth going for the food alone!

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Fabrizzio was experienced, knowledgeable, hard-working, encouraging - all you could expect from a guide and so much more!  I had a chest infection and initially doubted my ability to complete the trek but he was hugely supportive and encouraging, and inspired me with the confidence to do it comfortably.  He was also very good at ensuring group cohesion while giving everyone the chance to do their own thing - never once did we feel regimented to do anything. 

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Don't hesitate to book ... it's a great trek, and lots more besides.  Take swimming gear for Aguas Calientes and the hotel in Nazca ...

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    Way to go Exodus! effortless, stressfree travelling! (apart from the Inca Trail that is)  I cannot believe we saw so much of the country (and learnt so much as well), anti plano, mountains, desert, coast, off shore islands and rainforest. An absolutely perfect holiday! Our guides were brilliant, we were met at airports and taken back to them as well.  Nothing was too much trouble.  Will definately travel Exodus again.  Many Thanks

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The Inca Trail which was the reason for going. What an experience and fortunately the weather was good. however second would be learning about the anti plano and Lake Titicaca and meeting some of the local Imara Indians.  So many memories i could go on forever.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Carlos was excellent and very attentive. We were a little nervous i think at first and he sensed this and kept us entertained.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Use Exodus, read the trip notes and enjoy!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    just a very big thank you for a holiday of a lifetime!

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    This was my 1st Exodus trip and I would definatly go on another.  The trip was really well organised and I loved every minute of it.  There is a lot of travelling, but it's worth it and the treck was an amazing experience. An expensive holiday, with some expensive extras, but the prices on the tickets justify the price Exodus charges.  The only negative was probems with the connections onthe way home.  For anyone wanting to do the Inca Trail the extras on this trip are really worth the extra time.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The trail was the reason I booked it and I wasn't let down by it.  Amazing views

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Really good.  Very knowledgable, could answer all questions and very patient

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Do it

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    I had been wanting to do the Inca Trail for many years and this trip didn't disappoint. The trip was really well organised and we got to see a lot of this amazing country in quite a short space of time. The group were the loveliest people you could hope to meet and our guide was very friendly, professional and we all became very fond of him! The scenery on Peru was amazing and I had agreat holiday.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Walking through the Sun Gate and geting that first view of Machu Picchu was a fantastic moment. But in fact, every day on the trail was fun and had great scenery. I also loved the (optional) dune-buggying/ sand surfing just outside Nazca. It was so much fun!

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our leader, Fabrizio, was brilliant. He was very knowledgeable and friendly. On the first day, I suffered from quite bad altitude sickness. He was very reassuring and kept an eye on me to make sure I was OK. I'm very grateful for how he looked after me. I was fine the next day and I didn't really have any problems with altitude the rest of the holiday.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Personally, I wish I'd left my sleeping bag at home and hired one when I got there. It would have left more room in my pack. The sleeping bags that were hired out were absolutely fine and our leader sorted out the hiring of them. There is plenty of driving on this trip so it's good to have plenty of good songs on your ipod and don't forget the charger!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I really enjoyed my trip and I'm planning on doing another trip with Exodus to South America soon. That speaks volumes I think!

  • 10

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    An absolutely fabntastic holiday, well planned and our guide just made this so enjoyable. I've never been on a holiday where I got to see so much - I enjoyed every minute of it and would recommend it to anyone who wishes to go and explore Peru.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The most inspirational moment for myself was walking through the sun gates at the end of the Inca Trail and the first moment I saw Machu Picchu. Its been a life long dream to see it and after four days of hiking along the trail, it was so worth it to see it for real. It definitely did not disappoint and I've never smiled so much in all my life - a truely fantastic moment.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    The group leader was superb - he really made the trip. He was so caring and was constantly asking if we was ok or needed anything. he was really passionate about the history of Peru and gave us so much information and made it a really enjoyable trip.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    The altitude is probably the biggest thing to overcome. Drink lots of water and cocoa tea and remember to take it easy for the first 1-2 days. There's no rush to see everything and you will appreciate aclimatising first down the line.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    This was a once in a lifetime trip for me and I have lots of very good memories as well as photos to remember it by.

  • 8

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    Exceeded my expectations. Well planned itinery. plenty of time to acclimatise. Loved going to Titicaca first and loved the trail and subsequent itinery through the Andes, Nazca and Paracas. It was like 3 holidays in one!

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The sense of being pulled through the Sun Gate by the full rays of the sun giving that first sudden full sight of Machu Picchu! I burst into tears.   Camping on the ridge above Phuyupatamarca, gorgeous sunlight. climbing up for a better view of snow capped Mt Veronica with the sun setting and seeing a full Broccken Spectre, absolutely amazing

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Juan was the best guide I have ever come across. His English is amazing, his knowledge fantastic, his photographic knowledge unbelievable and very very attentive to everyones needs. He was very caring and patient. IN FACT he should be the only guide you ever use!!! Keep him fully employed so as not to lose him!

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Dont forget full waterproofs any time of year! Hot water bottle for tent.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Fantastic trip.   Please, please organise me a trip to go to the Serengeti 2013!!!

  • 8

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    We did the inca trail, titicaca and nazca trip but with the moonstone trek instead of the inca trail. It was an amazing trip and i can't recommend the moonstone trek highly enough if you are a walker/camper. The whole trip was jam packed and if anything i would have liked to slow down a bit - but that's not possible when you've only got 16 days to see a country as amazing as Peru.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Best bit of the trip without doubt was the moonstone trek, and the night on the high plateau after the highest pass on the trip. That campsite was very special... but then so was the following night on the inca terracing over the sacred valley...

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Juan our group leader for the whole trip was fantastic, absolutely great guy, full of energy and enthusiasm and just so easy to spend time with. Jesus our trek leader was also a really great guide.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Peru doesn't seem to have weather as we know it - it has so many microclimates you can be boiling hot and freezing in the same hour nevermind day so particularly if you do the moonstone trek you'll need to pack for everything from shorts/tshirts/sandals to snow!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Great to meet so many local people on this trip and so many community run tourism enterprises. I really felt like our money was well spent in the country directly with local people in the highlands.

  • 8

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    A fanatstic experience and very good mix of activity, sightseeing and history/culture.  Highly recommended. 

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Making it to the Dead Woman's pass. When I looked at the terrain profile after the first day on the Inca trail, I thought I'm never going to make it. But, it turns out that it looked way more difficult than it was. Another highlight was going swimming in Paracas and watching the sunset while being in the water. Simply stunning.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Holger was great. He was not only very helpful, he also has very good historical knowledge that adds value to the overall Inca experience on this trip.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Walking poles, walking poles, walking poles. I normally don't use them, on the Inca trail I wish I had. Knee protectors also come in handy.  When you go to the Ballestas Islands, make sure you're 'water-proof'. We got completely soaked - but it was worth it.    

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 8

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    My holiday was unfortunately hampered by being ill and spending a night in a local clinic. Although what I would say is that Exodus were superb. I had reps getting me back from Inca trail and also reps coming to see if I was ok in the Clinic. Also they organised me getting to Machu Picchu by train.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Seeing Machu Picchu as I never thought I would get to see it. It was an amazing experience. Especially as when we got there it was all misty but as the day went on the sun got out and the views were amazing and got some great pics. If you do not do the Inca trail go up to the Sungate, takes about 45 mins to and hour to walk but is well worth. The views are amazing. Also what was great was the people who were on the tour. Got on really well in the solo group and although I only got to camp one night I really enjoyed.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leader Houylca (sorry if I spelt it wrong) was amazing. He was very good at explaining things and was great at organising it so I could get back from the group as well as organising people to take me off the Inca trail when I was ill. A great guy and was really interesting to talk to. Also the resturants he took us to were really good, especially the fish restaurant on the coast.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    I would not bother taking a sleeping bag I would hire one. Leaves more room for souverniers! Also pack light for the Inca trail. Also I do not think you need to take 2 water bottles. Water is provided on tour and plastic water bottles are fine. I would just take the one water bottle. I would defo take an Ipod as the travelling from Cuzco to Lima takes a long time and if you can not read on a bus an ipod is essential. Also it is worth getting Sols as although it says take dollars, everywhere takes Sols. So I have would have a mix of both.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Take a couple of batteries for the Inca trail as when I meet up with the group many people were on the last batteries when you got to Machu Picchu. So would advise taking a couple of spare batteries depending on what camera you have. Tip well the porters and your guides. Also if you are flying through the US make sure you get both boarding passes as a lot of missed our flights to Lima as cock ups between Contiential and United!!

  • 8

    INCA TRAIL, TITICACA & NAZCA

    Nervous of going on the trip alone I was immediately made to feel welcome by other trip members and the leader.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The most exciting part for me was the experience of the Inca Trail.  Lots of things I would rather not have done ie chemical toilets, camping on hard ground but all this was put in the shade by the experience of climbing above the clouds.  The scenery was fantastic.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leader was very professional and caring.  I was ill in Puno but he very quietly showed his concern and arranged for me to sit at the front of the coach.  He was very knowledgable about all aspects of Peru and the archaeaology of the sites.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Listen to the advice of the Tour Leader and I am sure you will learn a lot and enjoy the experience of the trip as fully as possible.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Go with an open mind and experience everything you can.

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