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Ecuador and Peru Tours & Trips 2017/2018

125 trips through Ecuador and Peru with 3 reviews

Find the right tour for you that goes to Ecuador and Peru. With 125 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 7 days to 61 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is October, which has the most number of departures.

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Highlights

  • Breathe in the aroma of cinnamon and lose yourself amidst the colonial splendor or Quito’s Old Town.
  • Watch reptiles as they linger on the water’s edge and spot exotic birds that inspired Darwin in the surreal atmosphere of the Galapagos Islands.
  • Listen to the sounds of nature as you ride a canoe deep into the mysterious jungles of the Amazon Forest.
  • Explore rolling hillsides and soak in rejuvenating thermal baths at the ancient spa town of Banos.
  • Feast your eyes on hypnotic ruins awash in the colors of dawn amidst the incomparable atmosphere of Machu Picchu.
  • Try and decipher the meaning of the mysterious lines carved into the sun-baked plains of the Nazca Desert.
  • Wander around opulent mansions and Spanish Baroque churches in the city of Arequipa.
  • Go on a cruise on the highest sailable lake in the world and explore indigenous ways of life on floating reed islands during a visit to Lake Titicaca.

Tips

  • Leave a small portion of food on the plate at the end of your meal as it is the polite thing to do in Ecuador.
  • Cover yourself with generous amounts of sun block as Ecuador is very close to the Equator.
  • Wear light clothes and use bug spray while traveling to the Amazon Basin.
  • If you’re looking for an inexpensive meal, try the ‘almuerzo’ (set menu) that is widely available in Ecuador’s local restaurants.
  • Always use the phrase ‘Hasta luego’ (Goodbye) when leaving a shop in Peru.
  • If you want to call someone in Peru, indicate with your palm faced downwards.
  • Use the word ‘Indigenas’ while referring to Amerindians in Peru.
  • If you purchase replicas of historical artifacts such as Moche ceramics or Inca textiles, collect adequate proof as you may be questioned when leaving Peru.

Ecuador and Peru Tours & Trips 2017/2018 Reviews