World Heritage Sites, breathtaking mountains, a vibrant traditional culture, and mystical Inca citadels, Peru is enchanting. Join us on a 14-day photo tour and exploration of one of the most mysterious places on earth.

Trip Type

Photo Tour

Activities

Landscape, People, Portraits, Cultural

Starts in

Lima (LIM)

Ends in

Cusco (CUZ)

Day One

June 30, 2021

Last Day

July 13, 2021

Group Size

4-12 Participants

Fitness

Moderate

WHY PERU

Variety, from the cosmopolitan and contemporary capital of Lima to one of the seven wonders of the world, the glorious Machu Picchu, Peru offers a wide gamut of photographic opportunities and rich cultural experiences. 

Few nations in the world are as exciting, with stories at every turn, dramatic Andean landscapes, and a unique mix of Hispanic and native traditions. Architecture, cityscapes, landscapes, streets, and people are just some of the genres you can photograph in Peru.

Oh, and if you’re not aware yet, Peru is also a leading culinary destination.

OUR TOUR

This photo tour to Peru will take you from Lima to Arequipa, through Cusco and the fantastic and unique landscape and villages of the Sacred Valley. Finally, we will also explore and marvel at one of the most ancient wonders of the world, Machu Picchu. 

This photo tour to Peru is planned to perfection, as both of the tour leaders have been to the country multiple times. 

This photography adventure of Peru will take you to all of the best places for a perfect shot. In addition, we will also wander and discover many of Peru’s unknown treasures. 

Unique this year, we will also have the opportunity to extend the trip for a few days to immerse ourselves in one of the most popular festivities in Peru. The Virgen del Carmen festival in Paucartambo is as unique and bizarre as the costumes and masks that are worn by the devotees. 

When: June 30th to July 13th, 2021.

Who: Open to all skill levels, non-photographer spouses are welcome. 

Group Size: Minimum 4 People, Maximum 12 People.

Where: This photo tour starts in Lima (LIM) and ends in Cusco (CUZ)

Fitness Level: Moderate. Most of the locations we visit during this photo tour are within short walking distance, up to two miles from where we leave or vehicle. Because the altitude in the Cusco area is around 11,000 feet, some may feel more fatigued than usual for the first one or two days as we get acclimated to the altitude.

The tour is open to all levels of photographic skills, from beginner to experienced. However, there will be no formal workshops or critiques. We will share knowledge and skills along the way, in the spirit of real adventurers.

Itinerary Detail

June 30, 2021

Day 1 | Arrive in Lima, Airport Code (LIM) | (D)

Upon arrival in Lima, you will be met at the airport and transferred to our hotel. After checking in, you will be free to relax and settle.

We will formally meet as a group for the first time in the early afternoon for a welcome meeting and orientation.

In the evening, we will have our first photo shoot at sunset time, followed by dinner at an exceptional restaurant on the ocean.

Overnight in Hotel Casa Andina Premium or similar.

July 1, 2021

Day 2 | Lima to Arequipa | (B, L, D)

After enjoying breakfast together at the hotel, we will travel to the airport to take a flight to Arequipa.

Framed by three volcanos, Arequipa is the second-largest city in Peru and was the colonial-era capital of the Arequipa Region. This charming town is known for its chalky white baroque-mestizo buildings constructed from volcanic stone.

You will have some time to settle into our hotel before we head out for lunch in the oldest part of Arequipa. After lunch, you will have free time to wander the square or rest.

In the late afternoon, we will drive to Yanahuara for a sunset shoot from a stunning viewpoint overlooking the city. We will back to the old town for dinner.

Overnight in Hotel Casa Andina Select Arequipa Plaza or similar.

July 2, 2021

Day 3 | Arequipa | (B, L, D)

We will start our day with a morning shoot at Complejo de la Compañía de Jesús where local dancers will pose in typical costumes. Once finished with our model shoot, we will relocate to photograph the Monastery of San Francisco.

After lunch, we will spend the afternoon photographing the Monastery of Santa Catalina. The massive Saint Catherine Monastery, a citadel within the city. Its contrasting colors and many cloisters are incredible to explore and photograph.

In the evening, we will shoot the sunset and blue hour from the terrace overlooking the magnificent cathedral and central plaza.

Overnight in Hotel Casa Andina Select Arequipa Plaza or similar.

July 3, 2021

Day 4 | Arequipa | (B, L, D)

Today we start the morning traveling to the outskirts of the city to see and photograph “La Ruta del Sillar.” Arequipa is famous for the white buildings of the colonial area of the city that give its name, “The White City of Arequipa.”

The Sillar Route will take us to the quarry from where these massive blocks are extracted; we will see the workers and a replica of the facade of the Church of the Company of Jesus artistically carved by them into the wall of the ravine. We will also cover the Quebrada de Culebrillas, a windy otherworldly path in between curvaceous volcanic rock caused by eruptions, water, and wind.

Overnight in Hotel Casa Andina Select Arequipa Plaza or similar.

July 4, 2021

Day 5 | Arequipa to Cusco | (B, L, D)

Our fifth day begins with an early flight to Cusco, the undisputed archeological capital of the Americas.

Cusco is the oldest continuously inhabited city of the continent, full of cobblestone passages, grandiose baroque churches, and cathedrals juxtaposing with remnants of Inca temples.

In the afternoon, once settled in, we will take a leisurely walk together along the cobblestone streets of the old capital of the Inca empire to begin acclimating to the altitude.

Overnight in Hotel Los Tambos or similar.

July 5, 2021

Day 6 | Cusco | (B, L, D)

We will be spending the day together, exploring the city of Cusco.
In the morning, we’ll visit and photograph in Coricancha, “The Golden Temple,” this was the most important temple of the Inca Empire.

Then, we’ll sample a little taste of local life by visiting the San Pedro Market. Always bustling, covered with all kinds of stalls, local ladies dressing in traditional outfits. From here we’ll then go for lunch and have some rest time.

In the afternoon we will head to the San Blas District, this area is full of picturesque steep cobbled streets, and we’ll end the day, in the San Blas temple to photograph a beautiful sunset and into the blue hour, with one of the best panoramic views of Cusco.

Overnight in Hotel Andenes al Cielo or similar.

July 6, 2021

Day 7 | Cusco | (B, D)

Today we will have some free time in the morning to wander the city on your own.

We’ll regroup in the early afternoon to visit and photograph in Sacsayhuaman. Located in the northern outskirts of Cuzco on a steep hillside with commanding views of the city, the fortified Inca citadel is extensive. It includes temples, including one to the sun god Inti, and was also a major Inca storage depot for arms, food, and valuables.

Overnight in Hotel Andenes al Cielo or similar.

July 7, 2021

Day 8 | Cusco to Sacred Valley | (B, L, D)

Day eight of this Photo Tour to Peru will take us to explore the incredible “Sacred Valley of the Incas.” The beautiful Urubamba River surrounded by the Andes, colonial towns, weaving villages, salt mines, and Inca sites, these are just some of the sights and experiences that we’ll photograph during the next few days.

We’ll drive through the valley, making frequent stops along the way. We’ll photograph in Chinchero and its market. Then we’ll visit the small village of Maras.

Overnight in Las Casitas del Arco Iris or similar.

July 8, 2021

Day 9 | Sacred Valley | (B, L, D)

Along with a local NGO, today, we will visit and photograph an artisan cooperative run by Andean women.

Our trip will begin with a drive to Ollantaytambo, where we’ll transfer vehicles to ascend around 1,000 meters to one of the local, outlying communities. Bordered by Inca terraces, waterfalls, and traditional farm plots, the road is exciting and photogenic.

We will spend most of the day in this small village learning their way of life and photographing the locals. Today we’ll also learn and enjoy the traditional Pachamanca, an earth-oven lunch cooked underground by hot stones.

Overnight in Las Casitas del Arco Iris or similar.

July 9, 2021

Day 10 | Sacred Valley | (B, L, D)

Two of the highlights of the tour are in the schedule for this day. We will visit the famous Inca terraces of Moray, and after spending some time there, we will head to the salt mines (salineras).

Moray is an Inca archeological site consisting of several depressed and unique circular terraces.

The salt mines are a series of over fourteen hundred terraced ponds where salt is obtained by evaporating water from a local subterranean stream. The colors and the textures that you can photography in this place are never-ending, all surrounded by the beautiful Andes mountains.

Overnight in Las Casitas del Arco Iris or similar.

July 10, 2021

Day 11 | Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu Pueblo | (B, L, D)

Today, we’ll explore some Inca ruins and then travel in the world-famous Inca Rail Vista-Dome train to Machu Picchu Pueblo.

After breakfast, we’ll head over to Ollantaytambo for an exploration of the Inca ruins.

After lunch in town, we’ll begin our journey to what will be the highlight of this Peru photo tour, Machu Picchu. We will take the train from Ollantaytambo to Machu Picchu Pueblo (previously known as Aguas Calientes).

On arrival, we will check into our hotel for the night, enjoy dinner, and then it’s time for an early night as we will have an early start in the morning to make it to Machu Picchu for sunrise.

Overnight in Hotel Tierra Viva or similar.

July 11, 2021

Day 12 | Machu Picchu | (B, L, D)

Today is a very special day!

We will spend the morning exploring the lost city of the Incas – Machu Picchu. We will arrive early and have plenty of free time to capture one of the seven wonders of the world in all its glory.

The afternoon will be free to rest or enjoy a photo walk on your own around town.

Overnight in Hotel Tierra Viva or similar.

July 12, 2021

Day 13 | Machu Picchu Pueblo to Cusco | (B, L, D)

Today, our Vistadome train will take us back to Ollantaytambo, where we’ll have lunch.

In the afternoon, we will drive back to Cusco, stopping in the Pisac market for one more opportunity to photograph the locals. We will also stop at several overview points to capture more of the landscape of the Sacred Valley.

Once we arrive back in Cusco, we’ll check-in in our hotel and will have our farewell dinner in a unique restaurant.

Overnight in Hotel Andenes al Cielo or similar

July 13, 2021

Day 14 | Cusco | (B)

After we share our last breakfast at the hotel, your journey home begins. Transfer to the Cusco Airport is included today.

Alternatively, you can choose to extend your trip, at your own expense, and stay on a few more days in Cusco or you can also join our extension to the Paucartambo for the Virgen del Carmen Festival.

Optional Extension Festival Virgen del Carmen

This optional extension will take us to the small town of Paucartambo to photograph one of the most incredible festivities.

Every year thousands of devotees hold a festival in honor of the Virgen del Carmen, known locally as Mamacha Carmen, patron saint of the mestizo population, in the town of Paucartambo, located just four hours away from Cusco.

The setting gives way to a series of ingenious choreographies in the streets of the town that portray events in Peruvian history. Dance companies in various costumes and masks take to the streets to accompany the Virgen in the processions.

This optional extension will put in the middle of the action to photograph and document this fantastic event.

July 13, 2021

Day 1 | Cusco | (B, D) July 13th

This is the last day of the main tour; as such, there are no official plans or schedules for today.

We will take it as a buffer day to get some rest, recharge batteries, and explore the city on your own.

Overnight in Hotel Andenes al Cielo or similar

July 14, 2021

Day 2 | Cusco to Paucartambo (B, L, D)

We’ll start with an early morning ride with private transportation from Cusco to Paucartambo village. On the way, we’ll be visiting areas such as Urcos and the Ch’ullpas of Ninamarka.

Later in the afternoon, we’ll be out on the streets, so we can photograph the sixteen colorful “comparsas,” dancing in honor of the Mamacha del Carmen.

Later on, a riotous firework display is held in the main square, during which the Qhapaq Qolla, the Ch’unchos, and the Saqras dance wildly like some medieval vision of hell called “Fogata.” This fogata (‘fire’) is staged at night, a representation of Purgatory, which continues with a big fiesta and serenade to the Virgen del Carmen.

If you still have some energy, around midnight, the comparsas meet again for an emotional gathering. This time without their elaborate costumes, to solemnly serenade the Virgin in front of the church.

Overnight in local Homestay

July 15, 2021

Day 3 | Paucartambo | (B, L, D)

After breakfast, we attend Central Mass following the grand procession of “La Mamacha” to bless those present and scare away demons.
We’ll photograph the different comparsas and especially the “Saqras” who occupy the rooftops and balconies of the town; these are Euro-Andean devils, dressed in vivid rainbow-colored costumes and elaborate animal masks crowned with extravagant wigs.

The afternoon is free to enjoy and exploring the town.

Overnight in local Homestay

July 16, 2021

Day 4 | Paucartambo, Tres Cruces and, travel back Cusco | (B, L, D)

We’ll wake up before dawn and then set out to see one of the most beautiful natural phenomena in the world: the sunrise at Tres Cruces de Oro. It is here where the sun “dances” in the sky. Situated on the very edge of the Andes, there is a steep drop into the Amazon basin, with an incredible view. Here the sun and the clouds create intense colors and optical illusions that we’ll capture with our cameras for a memorable experience.
We’ll return to Paucartambo for a well-deserved breakfast.

Next, we’ll attend some more celebrations on the streets of Paucartambo before returning to Cusco.

Overnight in Hotel Andenes al Cielo or similar

July 17, 2021

Day 5 | Cusco (B)

This is the last day of the extension; you’ll be transferred to the airport to take your return flight home.

The price of the tour includes: 

    • 13 nights of accommodations in twin/double sharing basis as listed above.
    • Meals, 13 breakfasts, 12 lunches, and 13 dinners. (Includes non-alcoholic beverages and tips).
    • 2 Domestic flights.
    • Inca Rail, Vista Dome round trip ticket to Machu Picchu Pueblo
    • Ticket to Machu Picchu.
    • 2 photo tour leaders.
    • Model fees and camera fees in each city.
    • Local English-speaking Guide.
    • Air-conditioned ground transportation and included driver.
    • Excursions and activities as listed above.
    • All monuments entrance fees.
    • Daily bottled water
    • Porter fees at airports, tips for hotels, and waiters.
    • Government tax and service charge.

The price DOES NOT include:

    • Your flight or other travel to Peru.
    • Tips for your guide and driver.
    • Meals and snacks that were not listed above.
    • Alcoholic beverages.
    • Personal travel and medical insurance. 
    • Medical expenses.
    • Personal spending (souvenirs, spa treatments, laundry, etc.)
    • Optional activities, anything outside what’s listed above. 
Daniel Korzeniewski

Daniel Korzeniewski

Tour Leader

Photography is more than a passion for Daniel; it’s a golden opportunity to document the world and share unique cultures with people across the globe. Embarking upon his creative path at the age of 17, he has since shot assignments, commercial work, and lifestyle campaigns. However, his primary focus is on travel and landscape photography. During the last few years, Daniel led photo tours in Morocco, India, Peru, Cuba, and Vietnam. Daniel is fluent in both, Spanish and English.

George Plucienkowski

George Plucienkowski

Tour Leader

George is an adventure/travel photographer based in Miami; however, most often, he is traveling somewhere in the world. His passion started in his youth; the love for photography has never stopped growing for the 40 plus years. His unique approach for developing itineraries, for arranging high-quality excursions, and guiding people to unique locations yields the capture of great images. He brings all of his experience and knowledge to share it personally with each participant.

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Peru is an incredible country with amazing people.

This photo tour offers a great combination of photographic opportunities, from landscape to people, street, and cultural events so that you will have plenty of shooting possibilities.

While several photography tours are being offered to Peru, none of them provide a similar experience. Just do your due diligence and compare the number of days, meals, and accommodations.

Peru is one of the safest countries in South America, in general, a pretty safe place to visit. There are no risks of violence, getting kidnapped, or murdered in Peru.

However, as in many places with lots of visitors, some petty crime against tourists exists. So you need to be cautious of your belonging, and be aware of pickpockets on tourist areas, and so on.

We have never experienced any issues on past tours to Peru; traveling in a group is always a good idea as we can help watch each other.

We have rated this tour as Moderate.

Moderate: Most photo opportunities are within up to 2 miles or so from where we leave the vehicle. 

This trip will feature long days, with a full and active itinerary at an active pace. You need to able to walk on cobblestones streets, city hills, stairs without handrails, limited or no access to elevators, muddy/slippery walking/hiking trails. 

Some days may require early morning departures and later evening returns. 

Also, keep in mind that. Cusco is considered a high elevation place, and some people can suffer altitude sickness, see below for more information. 

No vaccinations are officially required for a visit to Peru. You should check a travel immunization clinic and check with your doctor.

Take along any prescription medication with sufficient supplies, as those might not be readily available in Peru.

It is wise to use an insect repellant against mosquitoes, especially in forested areas.

Altitude sickness is the adverse health effect of being rapidly exposed to low amounts of oxygen on a high altitude location.

Altitude sickness typically occurs only above 8,000 feet (2,500m) though some people can feel affected at lower altitudes.

General symptoms may include headaches, tiredness, dizziness, trouble for sleeping, and vomiting. Symptoms usually develop within the first day at altitude but may be delayed by up to 2 weeks.

During the photo tour to Peru, the locations with high elevation are the following:

Arequipa: 7,638 feet (2,328m)

Cusco: 11,152 feet (3,399m)

Sacred Valley: Highest point on the valley 9,800 feet (3,000m)

Macchu Picchu: 7,972 feet (2,420m)

In past tours to Peru, our guests experienced different levels of discomfort, some never had any problems, and other ones had up to mild symptoms while acclimatizing. 

The hotels we will be staying at will have oxygen available to help in reducing the effects in case you get affected. 

If you are unsure or uncomfortable about how the altitude may affect you, you should visit your physician before arriving in Peru. Your physician can prescribe a medication for altitude sickness.

Acclimatizing and Prevention: There are some precautions to take ahead of time to mitigate the effects of altitude sickness. For starters, during our tour, don’t overdo it. For the first couple of days of your stay, keep your walking to a minimum. If you noticed, our schedule is all about taking it easy the first couple of days; we’ll be just around the main sites in central Cusco. Equally important is to make sure you drink plenty of water and stay hydrated. 

Finally, trust in that most time-tested of Inca remedies for treating altitude sickness: coca. You can buy bags of dried coca leaves or drink mate de coca (coca leaf tea), which they sell in most cafes and bars (our hotels too). You can also chew the leaves like tobacco. Chewing or sipping it will only give you the energy of a couple of shots of stiff espresso. It does a great job of keeping altitude sickness at bay, which is likely why it earned the stamp of approval from the Incas.

The best time to visit Peru is during the dry season between May and October. It is a wonderful time, with sunny days and bright blue skies.

Peru is a varied and diverse country due to the diversity of its regions. It is 1,554 miles (2,500 km) long and has three natural regions: Coast, Mountains (sierra), and Jungle.

This photo tour of Peru will be around the following areas:

The Mountains: (Machu Picchu, Cusco, Puno,) Mid April to October. 

This period is the dry season, with hot, dry days (20-25°C) and cold, dry nights, often hovering just above freezing, particularly in June and July. 

The Coast: (Lima) May to November 

From May to November, the temperature drops a bit, and you’ll find blankets of sea mist engulfing the coast from the south right up to about 200 km north of Lima. 

Peru’s peak season is from June to September. 

We recommend concentrating on trekking/outdoor clothing and lightweight hiking shoes with ankle support.

Wear long sleeves and pants to avoid mosquito bites.

We also recommend packing an insulated light rain jacket and extra warm layers for those cold nights and mornings. Don’t forget your sunglasses.

You need a passport to enter Peru. Your passport must be valid for at least six months and have at least one blank page available for the entry stamp.

Visa is NOT required for citizens of North American and European Union countries, just a valid passport to enter.

Upon entry into Peru, you’ll be given what’s called an Andean Immigration Card; generally, you will be granted about 90 days in the country visa-free. When you leave Peru, you’ll hand this card back to immigration officials. Immigration authorities may also request proof of onward travel.

It is required that all of our guests have their own travel insurance, which should include evacuation for medical reasons.

The local currency in Peru is called “Nuevo Sol, or Peruvian Soles.”
US dollars are widely accepted in tourist regions, but it is always wise to carry local currency as well.

If you bring US dollars, it is best to bring medium to high denomination banknotes. If dollar bills are marked or damaged, they might not be accepted in Peru.

While most western currency can be exchanged for Peruvian Soles rather easily; any shop, restaurant, or business will take US dollars as payment. This may not be the case for other western currencies. However, you will most likely receive your change in Soles. It is a good idea not to use bills above $10-$20 US, as you might find it difficult for the merchant to change anything larger.

ATMs are generally available in Peru’s cities and large towns, and widely available in Arequipa, Cusco, Lima, and the Lima Airport. But always best to carry some Peruvian Sol when visiting small towns.

Major credit cards from international providers are often accepted in hotels, shops, and restaurants, though you may be charged a fee.
However, Peru is very much a cash society, so it is advisable to carry some Peruvian Sol when visiting small towns.

Unique properties, boutique hotels that can offer a historical or cultural feature, close to where we need to be. 

But as we always strive for the best, some locations are more remote, and we need to settle for convenience instead of comfort. The list of the preliminary hotels booked for each location is listed here. 

However, keep in mind that there could be occasions where it won’t be possible to obtain final confirmation. In such a case, we will replace it with a hotel of a similar category. 

On or around forty-five days before the trip, you’ll receive a list of final confirmed hotels:

Peruvian cuisine is experiencing a boom; many food critics and food magazines delight at the incredible diversity of food in Peru.

Famous chefs from all over the world are also raving about Peru’s unique ingredients and preparations, and some of them are lately opening restaurants in Lima, Arequipa, and Cusco. Peru is quickly becoming a culinary destination, and during our tour, we’ll have the opportunity to try this excellent cuisine.

Native Peruvians are especially fond of aji, a chili pepper, and ajo, or garlic. The range of local specialty dishes is broad, with each region featuring its distinct style of cuisine.

The coast of Peru and Lima are well known for delicious ‘creole’ cuisine—a delightful and sophisticated choice. Such dishes typically incorporate shellfish, prepared with a lemon juice marinade, onions, and red peppers—though a broad spectrum of tasty seafood specialties is served!.

Andean cuisine is also distinctive. Typical dishes of the region include cuy, or guinea pig, and chicharron de chancho, or deep-fried pork.

Peru has a wonderful variety of fruits and vegetables! Any vegetable or tropical fruit you could name is available here, as are 2,000 types of potatoes.

Vegetarians will also find a variety of suitable options in Peru.

Yes, you need a cell phone with GSM capabilities to connect to a cellular network in Peru. If you’re planning to buy a local SIM Card, the phone must also be unlocked.

Claro, Movistar, Bitel, and Entel are the dominant communication providers in Peru. All offer a variety of mobile phone and home internet plans.

All hotels in major cities have internet access and wifi. In some remote and small towns, the internet may or may not be available nor the service reliable as in major cities.

Peru uses 220 volts, but typically plugs are shaped the same as in North America—two flat prongs. So you won’t need an adapter, but if your devices run at 110 volts only, you’ll need to bring a converter to avoid frying the electronics.

1) Booking procedure:

    • All prices for the tours are quoted in US Dollars.
    • To book a place in the selected photo tour, we require a deposit. The deposit is due at the time of booking. The deposit shall be paid online via credit card. 
    • Other than the deposit, you need to fully complete the registration form for you and your guests, if any. 
    • If you are traveling solo and want to share a room, we will try our best to find you a match. However, if, for any reason, we don’t find a suitable match, the single supplement fee will apply.

We will send you an email shortly after confirming your booking. Do not book your flights at this time unless otherwise indicated by us. We will let you know once the minimum number of guests to run the tour has been reached. 

2) Balance of Payments:

The final payment for the trip is 90 days before departure. Such payment shall be made via credit card or wire transfer. Failure to meet the payment schedule will result in cancelation and forfeit of deposit. 

3) Cancelation and Refunds

If, for any reason, DAK Photography Inc. must cancel the trip, 100% of paid deposits will be fully refunded. We reserve the right to cancel any trip/tour/group due to insufficient registration at any time. In the event of such cancellation, those with reservations shall be notified as soon as possible, and a full refund of trip payment will be given. 

If a guest needs to cancel, we must receive written notification, email is accepted. 

The following cancelation fees apply:

    • 120 days or more before departure: no charge.
    • 91 days to 119 days before departure: 50% of the deposit.
    • 61 days to 90 days before departure: 50% of tour fee.
    • 60 days or less before departure: 100% of tour fee.

In the event that you have to cancel, we will do our best to fill your spot. If we do so, we will refund 100% of the tour fee less an administrative fee of $ 150.- 

Refunds will be not be made for any other costs you may have incurred as a result of your booking. 

Travel and medical insurance that includes emergency evacuation coverage are mandatory. We recommend that you purchase this as soon as the trip is confirmed to protect your investment. 

Pricing Information

Price:  $5,675 US Dollars.

Single Supplement: $890 US Dollars.

Small-Group Fee: $695 US Dollars. For less than 6 registered participants, a small group supplement will apply.

Deposit: $595 US Dollar, secures your spot.

Balance: Due 90 days before departure. Full terms and conditions in FAQ. 

Extension Pricing

Price:  $995 US Dollars.

Single Supplement: $295 US Dollars.


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