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The most exciting part was the Inca trail to Machu Pichu, definitely worth doing.
He was very helpful with a good knowledge about the cities we visited and the Peruvian culture.
Bring extra money for tips.
Amazing experience of another culture
Reviewed by Yoana Petrova who travelled in August 2025
There were so many! But the dune buggy ride and sandboarding in Nasca was so much fun! A real white knuckle ride!
We ended up having 2 guides over the course of the trip (congratulations to Jhonn on the birth of his baby!) Jhonn Gomez was amazing- good fun and very informative and caring. Mario- our second guide- went out of his way to help when my partner Richard was ill on the inca trail- brilliant!
Make sure you have plenty of energy! I would also recommend altitude sickness tablets as all of our tour group was affected in some way or another along the way- you actually spent half of the trip at altitude!
stress-free culture, wildlife and fun!
Reviewed by Amy Davies who travelled in July 2012
Inca Trail to Machu Picchu!
He organised the trip quite good. If anyone asked for assistance he gave all the advices the one needed.
Visit Peru! The country is awesome! Book early enough to get a permit for the Inca Trail!
Spectacular landscape/sights and nice fellow travellers!
Reviewed by Natascha Lebrecht who travelled in June 2012
The most memorable part of the holiday had to be experiencing the sunrise at the awesome Machu Picchu site and getting to explore all over the site after the guided tour.
Our tour leader Diana was absolutely fantastic, extremelly knowledgeble and very helpful. We were unlucky to have a miners strike blocking the route of one of our buses but she did a brilliant job of sorting out alternative transport and getting us there on schedule.
If you have the time, definitely take the Peru Encompassed tour, it does an excellent job of showing you all over Peru from the coastal arid plains to the highlands and even the jungle. One thing I would say is, book flights at the end after 7pm not the 5pm suggested as that only leaves 2 hours at Lima to retreive luggage and check in to the next flight. Normally this would be fine but the weather at Puerto Maldonado is very unpredictable and delays are not uncommon.
An incredible experience in a must visit country!
Reviewed by David Willson who travelled in May 2012
I really enjoyed the Inca Trail and the Amazon trips. I'm a keen photographer and I enjoyed seeing all of the different animals in their natural habitat rather that in a zoo and have some good photos as well!
She was great. All the restaurants she recommended or took s to were very nice and her english was very good (although I do speak spanish).
Take lots of spare clothing for the Amazon as it's very humid and you'll sweet lots. Expect to tip. This is the only complaint I have about the tour. I would rather the tipping be managed by the tour leader and it be included in the total cost of the tour so that there are no hidden extras.
A great chance to explore the best sights Peru has to offer.
Reviewed by Jonathan Grief who travelled in October 2011
The arrival at the Macchu Picchu Sun Gate to see the sunrise.
Make sure you are fit for the altitude whether or not you are going to do one of the trails.
It was fantastic!
Reviewed by Barbara Prynn who travelled in July 2011
Peru trip (Geckos): too many fantastic memories. To name but a few: Inca Trek to Macchu Picchu, Jungle (and it's amazing accomodation; Lake Titicaca and Amantani Island, followed Cusco, Arequipa and Nazca Kines)
Absolutely Excellent. Our main guide Fiorella Morales was excellent throughout and really made the trip. Other notably good guides were: the trek guides (Celso, Franklyn, Richard); jungle guides and the colco canyon guides. They all seemed to study to a high level and for a long time before becoming a guide and it appear to be worth it (for us tourists in particular)
The guides always have in mind local traditions and how we should fit in/experience them
Yes, due to local guides and esp in Jungle lodge run by local people
Take the trip which passes through the costal region then to Arequipa, Colco, Titicaca etc before doing the trek (not the other way around). It is perfectly designed to avoid altitude sickness and non of our group were seriosuly ill in any way. Take good care to listen to guides and ensure you do all you can to acclimatise to the altidude otherwise your trip may be ruined. Pack light! Washing is possible and not expensive after Lima. Backpacks need to be lifted on top of minibuses! Fodd is inexpensive and very good - experience as much variety as you can.
Reviewed by Helen Sumpton who travelled in August 2010
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