Peru is a Beautiful Vacation Spot!

Whoever said traveling to amazing places like Peru is only meant for people who are

considering quitting their boring or stressful; jobs?

It is understandable that having just a few days for a vacation is quite challenging, but in a situation where that’s all you have, then you have to find a way to make it work.

So many people may think 10 days for a vacation is too short and everything would be rushed and you won’t be able to enjoy it, what you should ask such person is- “have you traveled to Peru for 10 days?”, watch how this would be followed by a quite shameful “errr…no”.

Believe it or not, it is possible to travel to Peru for 10 days, and you’ll have fun and not feel rushed at all.

Here is how to go about it:

Day 1– Arrive in Lima and be at B&B Miraflores Wasi.

Day 2 – Explore Lima and take an open top bus tour to enjoy the panoramic view of the city.

Day 3 – Take an early flight to Puerto Maldonado. You can walk the streets and relax around the Madre de Dios River in the evening.

Day 4 – Be up as early as 5am and you can visit the Parrot Clay lick, then go on a late morning 4 hour boat ride to the Wasai Tambopata Eco lodge, located deep in the Amazon Rainforest.

Day 5 – Have an adventurous day in the Amazon Rainforest at Eco Lodge; activities including Macaw clay lick, kayaking and hiking.

Day 6 – Continue your adventure in the Amazon Rainforest at Eco Lodge, you can go tree climbing, zip lining and hiking.

Day 7 – Take an early boat ride back to Puerto Maldonado from the Eco Lodge and catch a flight to Cusco. You can spend the remaining hours of the day exploring Cusco.

Day 8 – Tour the Sacred Valley including the Pisaq market, hike the Sacred Valley and Ollantaytambo. Take a late afternoon train from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes and spend the night there.

Day 9 – Get on a late evening train back to Cusco and be at Hostal Inti Wasi overnight.

Day 10 – Early morning flight back to Lima and relax at one of the parks. Viola!

 

 

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