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*Save AUD$1543 per person on Amazon Riverboat & Machu Picchu with G Adventures

Amazon riverboat & Machu Picchu adventure

14 days, Lima to Lima | June 29, 2020 | Trip code: SPLAR

If you’re looking for the perfect combination of land and river, this adventure is for you. Once you’re on board our comfortable Amazon riverboat, you’ll experience a unique cruising experience — including exotic wildlife, local culture and more! But it doesn’t stop there — after the jungle, Machu Picchu awaits. The Lost City of the Incas will provide majestic ruins and striking views of the Peruvian mountain. Choose to take part in an optional one-day hike up the Inca Trail, or if you prefer something a little more relaxing, there’s always the chance to enjoy the train.

What’s included: 

Ccaccaccollo Community and Women’s Weaving Co-op visit, Ccaccaccollo (G for Good project), Parwa Community Restaurant the Sacred Valley, Lamay (G for Good project), free time in Cusco, local Indigenous Family Visit, Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, local Shaman Visit, Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, arrival transfer, Sacred Valley guided tour, pottery making demonstration, train to Machu Picchu, Machu Picchu guided tour, cruise aboard the Amatista Amazon Riverboat (6 nts), Orientation tour of Iquitos, launches and land excursions with our expert naturalist team, internal flights, all transport between destinations and to/from included activities

Casas particulares (homestays) (5 nights), Catamaran (twin/double bed cabins with shared bathrooms) (7 nights)

11 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 7 dinners | Private van, 24m (82 ft) sailing catamaran.

For more information: https://www.gadventures.com.au/trips/amazon-riverboat-and-machu-picchu-adventure/SPLAR

Original price: AUD$5139 per person (standard twin cabin)

Reduced price: AUD $3597  per person (reduction of 30% on 29 June departure).

Book: by 29 February 2020

To book: www.gadventures.com.au or call 1300 180 969

*Save AUD$216 on Northern India by Rail with G Adventures

Northern India by rail

9 days, Delhi to Delhi | 08 May, 2020 | Trip code: AHNR

For something a little more off the beaten path, take the train right to the heart of India’s colourful culture for a different look at this dynamic country’s northern region. Experiences like the India-Pakistan Wagah border ceremony and Dalai Lama sights in Dharamsala get you in touch with the spiritual side of India, while the toy trains in Shimla are always a delight. Riding the rails back to Delhi gives you the chance to see many of India’s well-known highlights, and we even include a walking tour led by former at-risk youth through a G Adventures-supported initiative. You’ve never experienced India quite like this.

What’s included: 

Arrival transfer provided by Women on Wheels, Indira Gandhi International Airport (G for Good project), Golden Temple visit, Wagah border ceremony, McLeod Ganj orientation walk, Bhagsunag visit, Rewalsar Lake orientation walk, Dalai Lama Temple visit, Toy train between Shimla and Kalka, all transport between destinations and to/from included activities

Hotels (8 nights).

1 breakfast, 1 dinner

Shatabdi Express train, public bus, toy train from Shimla, private van, walking.

CEO (Chief Experience Officer) throughout, local guides.

For more information:https://www.gadventures.com.au/trips/northern-india-by-rail/AHNR

Original price: AUD $1079 per person

Reduced price: AUD $863  per person (save 20% on the 08 May departure).

Book: by 29 February 2020

To book: www.gadventures.com.au or call 1300 180 969

SOURCE: G Adventures 


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