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Amazon Rain Forests Peru

Amazon Holidays

Amazon Rainforest Holidays

Inca Trail & the Amazon Rainforest

15 Days from USD 5,599
USD 5,279

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Trekking, jungle and indigenous culture – the best Peru has to offer

Walking & Trekking

Peru Explorer

20 Days from USD 5,999
USD 5,679

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

A discovery of southern Peru from the Andes to the Amazon


Inca & Amazon Adventure Family Holiday

Girl swinging in the trees, Amazon, Peru
14 Days from USD 4,249

Peru's classic Inca Trail trek with the tropical Amazon Rainforest


Amazon Rainforest Cruise – Premium Adventure

Premium Adventures

Amazon Rainforest
10 Days from USD 11,199

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

The world's largest river basin with naturalists and environmentalists


Amazon Rainforest Extension (from Cuzco)

Amazon Rainforest

Why not extend your trip? Spend three nights in a lodge in the Tambopata Reserve exploring the Amazon Rainforest and its waterways.

Wildlife Holidays

Amazon Rainforest Extension (Pre-tour, from Lima)


Why not extend your trip? Spend three nights in a lodge in the Tambopata Reserve exploring the Amazon Rainforest and its waterways.

Wildlife Holidays

As with all Exodus trips that I have been on, prepare yourself for early starts and long days. It is not a holiday but more of an adventure so be prepared to immerse yourself in a feast of archaeology and  anthropology in order to gain some understanding of the cultures and history of one of the cradles of civilisation. You will explore the diverse geographical regions from coastal deserts, islands, high altitude lakes, the Altiplanos, the famous sacred valley from Cusco, the spectacular Machu Picchu and the depths of the Amazon rainforest. There are an endless numbers of churches, museums, archaeological sites to admire and inform your thirst for knowledge. The Incas, although significant, were not the only civilisation to occupy Peru.

If you are as lucky as we were, Exodus managed to make the earth move for us (4.3 on the Richter scale at Arequipa} and a nearby volcano even elected a new Pope! Later on, they conversed with the gods to allow us to experience a 24-hour rainstorm in the forest- it easily beat the 5inch days I used to see in Wales.

Our driver, Alex, successfully managed the frenetic driving conditions in the cities, Pan American Highway and our ascent into the Andes- I could not work out whether a Highway Code actually exists. At the end of each day, he was also skilled in Acupressure and massage- enough to release any tensions.

Our guide had the unique knack of managing and leading our group to maximise their understanding of not only his proud identity as one of the ‘locals’ but also to find other passionate guides at different intervals to further our understanding of the history of his country. Despite the farmers’ protests towards the end, he still managed to get us to the pinnacle of the trip- Machu Picchu.

Truly an adventure in which you have to immerse yourself.

Graham Wright Peru Explorer

Great trip with so much variety across the 15 days.

Sarah Wilmot Inca Trail & the Amazon Rainforest

I am still surprise how the breakfast, lunch and dinner could be so sublime when we was at the Inca Trail. To make the food in a tent and more or less at the floor.

Birgitte Israelsen Inca Trail & the Amazon Rainforest

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