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Bon Voyage Travelers !!! Ultimate Meet Up - TTDG to Peru

8 Days/ 7 Nights June 22-29, 2014

Perfect Trip for a
"Cultural Immersion Volunteer Travel Experience"

Peru is home to ancient cultures spanning from the Norte Chico civilization, one of the oldest in the world, to the Inca Empire. Peruvian history, culture and food is unsurpassed.
Trip Highlights
- You will spend 2 days working at a drop in center for children and youth where students get help with homework, a hot meal and participate in a variety of after school activities.
- Exploring the culture and history of Cuzco
- Participating in leather working and jewelry making workshops
- Taking in the views from the train to Machu Picchu

Day 1 Arrive in Cuzco
Arrive at any time. Included arrival transfer to your hotel. Overnight at Aranjuez Hotel or similar

Days 2-3 Volunteer with Children

Spend mornings and afternoons volunteering at a drop-in center for children supported by Planeterra and STA Travel. Play games, help with homework, teach English, help with the cooking and participate in various workshops such as leather working and jewelry making (intermediate Spanish required).

Overnight at Casa Valdivia or similar

Days 3-4 Cuzco
Enjoy a Guided City Tour on Day 3. Day 4 for is free to Explore the city. There are several good museums in Cuzco, including the Archaeological Museum, which also houses a small art museum, the Regional History Museum and the Religious Art Museum. Our best advice for exploring Cuzco is to wear a comfortable pair of shoes, arm yourself with a city map and set off to explore!
Overnight at Aranjuez Hotel or similar

Day 5 -6
Board a morning train that winds through the spectacular Urubamba Valley to the end of the line: the village of Aguas Calientes, a frontier town nestled in the hills beneath Machu Picchu. Free time to relax and explore the town.
Overnight at Pachacutek Hotel or similar (Breakfast included)

Day 7 Machu Picchu/Cuzco
Travel by early morning bus for a guided tour of the inspiring Machu Picchu ruins. Return to Cuzco in the late afternoon and transfer to your hotel for the night.
Overnight at Aranjuez Hotel or similar (Breakfast included)

Day 8 Cuzco

(Breakfast) Transfer to airport. Depart at any time.
Project Partner: G Adventures/Planterra
Activity Level: Low to Medium

Project Partner: G Adventures
Travel Style: 2-3 Star
Cost: $1379 Per Person Based on Double Occupancy
- Land only
- Round Trip Airport transfers and all local transportation to volunteer activities

$300 Deposit due now!!  Remaining balance is due - April 22 - 60 days before departure

We can also help you book your air - For more information:[masked]

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