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Peru

From Alpacas to Machu Picchu: Exploring Peru With Your Grandchild

In Peru, you and your grandchild will discover countless cultural treasures from uncovering mysterious history that lies in Inca cities to whitewater rafting over roaring rapids!
Program No. 23456RJ
Length
9 days
Starts at
3,099 / ADULT
2,699 / CHILD
Flights start at
800

At a Glance

If you and your grandchild are looking for an exciting adventure filled with ancient and mysterious history, exciting whitewater rafting, fun field day games and handmade chocolate – yes, chocolate – we just might have found your paradise: Peru! Together, uncover the secrets of the Inca at Machu Picchu, an incredible mountaintop city that went undiscovered for centuries. While exploring the Sacred Valley, learn what the Inca children used to play during a day filled with cool games from long ago. You may even make some fluffy friends at the Awanakancha Alpaca Center before joining expert instructors on an exhilarating whitewater adventure through a canyon. By the end of the week, you and your grandchild are sure to become seasoned explorers as you discover countless hidden treasures in the best parts of Peru.
Activity Level
Let's Go!
Walking over uneven ground. Participants should be able to walk over one mile at a time and stand for at least one hour in varying weather conditions (including hot and humid). Elevations up to 10,859 ft.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Travel back in time to ancient Inca civilizations at Machu Picchu, Sacsayhuaman fortress and Koricancha, an awesome Inca temple.
  • Hold on to your helmets as you venture to the Urubamba River to whitewater raft on some thrilling Class II and III rapids with local experts.
  • Satisfy your sweet tooth while exploring the chocolate museum and making your very own chocolate.
Featured Expert
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Juan Carlos Dueñas
Juan Carlos Dueñas has worked in the tourism industry since 2001. He began his career as a guide on the Inca Trail and loves that his profession provides him with opportunities to meet new people, improve his language skills, and share the highlights of his country with its visitors. He is a knowledgeable and versatile guide, with special interests in ecology, archaeology, and anthropology. In his free time he enjoys playing sports, exercising, listening to music, and traveling.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Sheila Carpio
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