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Lady Gaga Makeover 1. Next, head out to the salt flats, where a sea of snow-white salt opens out ahead of you. Take advantage of the lack of perspective to take some fun photographs, before moving on to Incahuasi Island, a fascinating location with a hill of cactuses and low shrubs an hour drive away.
Here, you will enjoy a picnic lunch on the salt flats, before exploring the island, climbing to the summit for an incredible degree vista of the whiteness stretching out in every direction. A walk around the entire island helps you to appreciate the emptiness and quietness of this desert.
You then drive back across the salt flats to your hotel near the town of Colchani, a unique construction built of salt bricks. After dinner, spend the evening relaxing and perhaps stargazing, with the clear skies and lack of light pollution giving incredible views of the skies 2 nights. Admire the views of the flats on the minute drive. Upon arrival, visit the archaeological site where well-preserved mummies can be seen.
You can then take an optional three-hour walk to the viewing point of the volcano, with its incredible multi-coloured surface, made of minerals of reds, creams, greens and oranges.
A packed lunch is included on the walk. If you prefer a shorter walk, this can also be arranged. Depart Coquesa in the mid-afternoon, going back on the salt as you drive to Campana Island, another curious island of cacti in the salt flats.
Explore this less-visited island, before watching the sun set on the salt flats. A spectacular sight, as the sun lowers, the salt crystals reflect the colours of the sky and shadows extend into the distance on this never-ending surface. You drive back to your hotel, arriving in time for dinner and another night in the salt hotel. You are met at the airport and travel an hour and a half out of La Paz on a scenic journey through the Bolivian highlands to the archaeological site of Tiwanaku.
This site was constructed by the Tiwanaku, one of the most ancient civilisations in the Americas. They are also considered amongst the most advanced people for their time, and you can admire the stonework evident in the Kalasasaya Temple, such as the Ponce and Fraile monoliths.
Visiting the two local museums reveals the Tiwanakus were also skilled at pottery and you can see more of their stonework too. Day 5 Lima In the morning, transfer to the airport in La Paz for your flight to Lima, where you are taken to your hotel. There is a restaurant and rooftop terrace.
Palacio de Sal — Standard Hotel Palacio de Sal is a one-of-a-kind hotel, built almost entirely out of salt blocks. It sits on the edge of the salt flats, giving it a unique location. There are 30 igloo-style rooms, with conical salt-ceilings, each with en-suite bathroom and heating. If you are interested in adding an extension to Bolivia, please get in touch with us for more details.
The north coast of Peru is probably the richest archaeological area in all of the Americas. The colonial city of Trujillo is beautiful in its own right, but also has the largest adobe city in the world nearby: Here, 35, Chimu people lived, before the Incas laid siege to the city and conquered it in the 15th century. The Moche temples of El Brujo and the Huaca de la Luna contain some of the finest painted friezes in Peru, and it is likely that human sacrifices were performed here.
Near Chiclayo is the site of Sipan, where the incredible treasures of the Lord of Sipan were only discovered in after looted relics alerted archaeologists to the tombs. The fantastic Royal Tombs museum houses many of the treasures found in the tombs, including coral breastplates and gold necklaces with delicate designs.
Visit Chan Chan, the capital of the Chimu Empire from the 9th to the 15th century. Also visit the coastal town of Huanchaco, where fishermen still use reed boats 1 night. The former contains incredible painted friezes, still bright after almost 2, years.
In the afternoon, take a three hour drive along the coast to Chiclayo. En route, you visit the Moche temple of El Brujo, with amazing bas relief friezes 1 night. Here, the Moche people buried their most important leaders almost 2, years ago. Evening flight to Lima 1 night.
Ask us if you are interested in this option. This room hotel now managed by the Casa Andina group is ten minutes walk from the main square. There is a pool, restaurant and bar. The rooms are large and comfortable with air conditioning, balconies, en-suite bathrooms and free wifi.
This room hotel is located right on the main square in Trujillo. The comfortable hotel has a small pool, a good restaurant, a bar, sauna and gym. The comfortable rooms have en-suite bathrooms with air conditioning and free wifi. If you are interested in adding an extension to Chan Chan and Sipan, please get in touch with us for more details. After exploring the myriad fascinating attractions that Peru has to offer, you may find yourself in need of a relaxing few days. The climate here is warm, dry and sunny all year round, and the ocean remains a pleasant temperature for swimming year round too.
The nearby town itself has a laid back surfer vibe with some good eateries on the main street, and a row of informal cafes right on the beach. Your time in this small town will be spent swimming and strolling along the beach, enjoying fresh seafood and soaking up the sunshine in the relaxing atmosphere of your hotel.
Day 1 Mancora Fly to the town of Talara and take a minute transfer to the Arennas Mancora Hotel, arriving in the late afternoon. Day 2 Mancora After an action packed tour of Peru, how you spend your time in Mancora is completely up to you.
The hotel has a stylish bar and restaurant and a lovely pool area overlooking the beach. Spend today sipping cocktails by the pool and enjoying the view, taking a sunset stroll along the beach. Alternatively head into town to discover the little souvenir shops and restaurants, and watch some of the goings-on at the beach.
For something a little less demanding, you could have a treatment at the spa before enjoying a delicious meal of Peruvian-fusion food at the hotel restaurant. Day 4 Lima Today you catch a flight back to Lima for your final night in Peru. The Arennas Mancora is a stylish boutique hotel situated on Las Pocitas beach, approximately 15 minutes from the town of Mancora. Situated right on the beach, the hotel is built around oasis-like gardens, with common areas such as the pool, restaurant and bar located right in front of the beach.
Garden View rooms are elegant with en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning and private terraces. Ocean View rooms are available for a supplement. The beautiful restaurant serves up Peruvian fusion dishes and there is a varied cocktail menu. The Arennas Mancora provides a wonderful setting for relaxing by the sea. If you are interested in adding a beach extension to Mancora, please get in touch with us for more details. From Uyuni, set off on a two day overland journey which reveals brightly-coloured lagoons populated by flamingos, small villages where farmers herd their llamas down the main street, geothermal geysers and surreal valleys dotted with oddly-shaped rocks.
On the second day on the road, cross the isolated border into Chile and drop down into the town of San Pedro de Atacama, in the heart of the Atacama Desert. Day 2 Tiwanaku Drive across the Bolivian highlands for about 90 minutes, to the archaeological site of Tiwanaku. This site was constructed by the Tiwanaku people, one of the most ancient civilisations in the Americas.
Return to La Paz in the afternoon. You will be met at the airport by your guide, before getting into the 4x4 vehicle that will take you across the altiplano over the coming days.
After dinner, spend the evening relaxing and perhaps stargazing, with the clear skies and lack of light pollution giving incredible views of the skies 1 night. Day 4 Uyuni to Villa Mar Depart the salt hotel after breakfast, and set off on bumpy roads across the Bolivian altiplano, an arid but beautiful landscape that is none-the-less rich in birdlife and varied scenery.
Along the way, pass through the rural villages of Culpina K and Alota, where indigenous Bolivians go about their lives at an exceptional altitude, selling textiles and vegetables in markets and farming llamas amongst other things.
Pass through Stone Valley, where wind erosion has formed the rocks into interesting shapes, and see the Canyon of the Fallen Soldier, the Vinto Lagoon and the Catal Lagoon. Stop briefly at the Tomas Lakjas Fort, before arriving at your hotel in the evening. Day 5 Villa Mar — Laguna Colorada — San Pedro de Atacama Set off from your hotel in the morning for the Laguna Colorada, a bright red lake, thanks to the algae and plankton that live in its waters.
The flamingos here eat the same plankton and as a result are a particularly vibrant pink. Also visit the Chalviri thermal spring, where you can take a dip in the warm waters and enjoy the view. Finally, visit the Laguna Verde — another coloured lake, this time green, before crossing the border post into Chile. Descend to the town of San Pedro de Atacama, in the heart of the Atacama Desert, where you will spend the night. Day 6 Santiago In the morning, transfer to the airport in Calama for your flight to Santiago, where you are taken to your hotel.
Hotel Mallku Cueva — Standard Hotel A basic hotel with a lovely isolated location, the main building sits in a rocky outcrop, with views across the highlands. Rooms are simple but comfortable with en-suite bathrooms and heating.
There is a dining room where dinner and breakfast are served. Hotel Altiplanico — Standard Hotel This beautiful room hotel, located just outside the town of San Pedro in large grounds, is constructed from adobe blocks. There is a restaurant, bar and open air unheated pool. The simple rooms are attractively decorated, with en-suite bathrooms, private terraces and free wifi.
Hotel Tierra Atacama — Superior Hotel This room hotel, located 2 kilometres out of San Pedro, has stunning views across the desert to the volcanoes. There is a good restaurant and bar, a heated indoor pool, an outdoor pool, a jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and spa treatments available. The large, modern rooms have heating, free wifi and en-suite bathrooms and are decorated with textiles and crafts from the area. Plaza San Francisco — Standard Hotel Located in the centre of Santiago, this hotel is within walking distance of many tourist attractions.
The spacious rooms are air-conditioned and each one has an en-suite bathroom and wifi. The hotel also boasts an on-site restaurant and gym. There is on-site restaurant, situated on the 8th floor, which offers great views.
There is also a pool and fitness centre. The en-suite rooms are modern with wifi and safes. If you are interested in adding an extension to Bolivia and the Atacama Desert, please get in touch with us for more details. Note that it is also possible to extend your stay in the Atacama Desert. Please ask us for details. Return flights from the UK; flights within Latin America; accommodation bed and breakfast except where indicated ; transfers in Latin America; service of guides and local reps, UK airport taxes.
The above prices include return international flights from the UK. If you wish to arrange your own flights, we will reduce our prices accordingly. The reduction depends on when you travel, please call us for details. Flights are scheduled to be from London. Other airports may be possible, although a supplement sometimes applies.
All the practical information you need regarding your trip to Latin America is found here. From how to prepare before you leave and travelling to your destination, to advice on travelling within your country of choice. Prices are based on two persons sharing a room and include all flights from the UK and within Latin America, service of guides and reps please note that tips are not included , accommodation and all transfers and excursions listed in the itinerary.
Where applicable, entrance fees, taxes and charges are included in our prices at the rates advised to us at the time of preparation. An adjustment will be made to your price if any of these change before your holiday. UK airport taxes are included, however, departure taxes on some flights within and leaving Latin America are not included.
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We have been advised that the Galapagos National Park entrance fee may increase, but this has not been confirmed. No surcharge will be made less than 30 days before the start of your holiday. If you wish to alter your holiday arrangements before departure, we will do our best to help. If you make any alterations within 60 days of departure, we may treat this as a cancellation, and apply cancellation fees. Please make sure that all names you give us are spelled exactly as they appear in passports.
It is not normally possible to make alterations after commencement of travel. If you do wish to make alterations during your holiday, cancellation fees for services booked may apply. Refunds cannot be made for any unused accommodation, services or transport. If you wish to cancel your holiday, you must let us know in writing. The following cancellation charges apply:. If the balance payment is required earlier than 90 days before departure, this will normally be non-refundable in the event of cancellation.
In addition, where one person in a party cancels and others still wish to travel, single room supplements will be payable if this results in single rooms being used.
We recommend that you take out full travel insurance with cover against cancellation penalties, including in the event of force majeure; see section 6 below. We make careful arrangements with airlines, hotels and service operators to ensure that we are able to provide you with the holiday as described.
However, in exceptional cases, it may be necessary to make changes to your holiday arrangements including airlines, flights, accommodation, transport or services due to circumstances beyond our control. Flight times are given only as indications, and finalised times will be shown on your tickets. When changes are necessary, we will do our best to ensure that they do not affect your holiday.
If, before you depart, a major change is necessary defined as a change of itinerary so that you are no longer able to visit a destination where you are scheduled to spend one or more nights or an appropriate alternative destination, or a change of accommodation to a lower standard or category affecting a significant part of your holiday or if we have to cancel your holiday, we will contact you and offer you the choice of:.
If we have to cancel or make major changes to your holiday less than 60 days before departure, other than in the event of force majeure see section 6 below , you will also be entitled to compensation at the following levels:.
If we have to make major changes to, or cancel, your holiday in the event of force majeure, we will contact you and offer you the above choices. However, compensation will not be paid. If, in the event of force majeure, we are still able to operate your holiday but you wish to cancel, please contact us to discuss the options.
We will endeavour to recover from suppliers, and refund to you, monies paid for your holiday, but where we are unable to do so, you may be able to claim for irrecoverable costs from your travel insurance. Force majeure events include war, threat of war, civil unrest or strife, decisions by governments or governing authorities, epidemic, natural disasters, fire, bad weather, terrorist activity, nuclear disaster, industrial disputes, technical or maintenance problems with transport, changes of timetables of airlines, or other causes beyond our control.
Llama Travel is dedicated to ensuring that your holiday is as described. If a part of your holiday is not provided as promised, and this affects the reasonable enjoyment of your holiday, we will pay compensation appropriate to the circumstances, limited to a maximum of twice the price of the service concerned.
We do not accept responsibility for illness, personal injury or death where there has been no fault of our employees, agents, suppliers or sub-contractors, or as a result of taking part in any activity which does not form part of the holiday booked through us in the UK.
Where illness, personal injury or death arises in the course of air travel, rail travel, sea travel or hotel accommodation, the amount of compensation you may receive is limited in accordance with the provisions of any International Convention. If illness, personal injury or death is suffered as a result of taking part in an activity where a third party is involved, we shall, at our discretion, offer advice and assistance to aid in the resolution of the issue, provided you inform us within 90 days of the occurrence.
If you are able to make recovery of these costs whether from the third party or from a policy of insurance, you may be asked to refund our outlay.
Clients are responsible for ensuring that all immigration and health requirements are fulfilled, for obtaining travel documents, including passports, visas and vaccination certificates, and for ensuring that these are all in order, including for any intermediate stops on international flights. If the name on your airline ticket does not match that on your passport, you must inform us as soon as you receive the ticket.
We require your passport details to issue some tickets. If these change after you have given them to us, you must inform us. It is your responsibility to behave in a responsible, restrained and sober manner when dealing with local authorities, fellow travellers and our representatives.
By taking a Llama Travel holiday, you agree to accept the authority and decisions of our employees and representatives. If, in the opinion of such people, your behaviour or health before the departure of a tour is likely to threaten the safety, comfort or progress of that tour, then you may be excluded from the tour without refund or compensation.
It is your responsibility to obey local laws, otherwise you may be excluded from the holiday and we will cease to have any responsibility for you. Please bear in mind that travel in Latin America is not the same as travel in the UK, and minor inconveniences and delays may arise due to weather conditions, strikes, demonstrations, the poor state of roads or for other reasons. By travelling with Llama Travel, you are implicitly accepting this part of the Latin American way of life.
We have no control over international or national air carriers, and therefore schedules may change or flights be delayed due to no fault of our own. We will do all we can to ensure the smooth flow of all your transport connections, but it is your responsibility to check exact times of flights and reconfirm these.
This is particularly important for internal flights within Latin America, which can be rearranged at short notice. When you travel with an airline, the Conditions of Carriage of that airline apply, some of which will limit or exclude liability.
These conditions are the subject of International Agreements between countries. Flying to Latin America involves long flights and may require changes in other airports. It is your responsibility to arrive at the departure airport at the appropriate time and to check in for your international flight, and to change aeroplanes if necessary at intermediate airports.
If you wish to sit in a specific seat or section of the plane, or wish to sit with other people on the flight, it is recommended that you check in early or check in online. It is sometimes possible to reserve seats directly with the airline by telephone or online prior to travel. Airlines do not allow more than one booking per passenger on a flight and may cancel seats if they are held by more than one operator.
Clients are responsible for ensuring they are not holding flights with another operator. Most scheduled airlines have a baggage allowance of 20kg per passenger. Please bear this in mind when packing, as carrying excess baggage will normally incur an expensive additional cost payable at check in.
Additionally, certain excursions have a limited baggage allowance. Where this is the case, you will usually be able to leave the rest of you luggage in storage. Llama Travel accepts no responsibility for the delay, loss or damage of luggage. You must have adequate insurance provision to cover the cost of assistance, including emergency repatriation, in the event of illness or other problems occurring during your holiday.
If you have any complaints about your holiday arrangements when you are abroad, please bring these to the attention of our local representatives who will do all they can to ensure a swift and satisfactory resolution. Problems can usually be sorted out by talking to the supplier concerned e.
If this is not done, Llama Travel accepts no responsibility for the situation, as we will not have been given the opportunity to rectify the problem.
If you do not inform us, your consumer rights to compensation may be affected. If you have tried and failed to rectify the situation whilst abroad, please send us your complaint in writing within 28 days of returning to the UK. We will then follow up your complaint. Communication with Latin America is often slow, so we may not be able to resolve the situation as quickly as you would like. This lists what is financially protected, where you can get information on what this means for you and who to contact if things go wrong.
In some cases, where neither we nor the supplier are able to do so for reasons of insolvency, an alternative ATOL holder may provide you with the services you have bought or a suitable alternative at no extra cost to you. You agree to accept that in those circumstances the alternative ATOL holder will perform those obligations and you agree to pay any money outstanding to be paid by you under your contract to that alternative ATOL holder.
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The currency in Peru is the Nuevo Sol approximate exchange rate: Travellers should take US dollars and not UK sterling, which is not widely accepted in any form. Credit and debit cards can be used in many shops and restaurants, and can also be used to withdraw money from cash machines.
These dispense both Nuevo Soles and US dollars. Please note that it can be difficult to use US dollar notes which have even the smallest tear. When changing US dollars into Nuevo Soles, always use a reputable place to change: Do not change money on the street if you can avoid it. When travelling to some of the more remote areas e. If taking travellers cheques, a high commission may be charged, especially if changing directly into dollars this is often less if changing into Nuevo Soles.
Some hotels do not change travellers cheques so you may need to change them in a bank or exchange shop, therefore, please bear in mind opening hours.
It is always recommended to inform your bank that you are travelling abroad and to which countries. This will allow them to authorise money withdrawals on your account when you are away. Some banks say that this is not necessary, however we would still recommend contact with your bank as in some cases people have had difficulty in withdrawing currency.
Latin America is relatively safe to visit, and most people experience no problems during their stay. However, as is the case anywhere in the world, crime can be a problem. Tourists are often seen as being wealthy, and can therefore appear attractive targets to criminals. To minimise the risk to yourself, use common sense. Do not walk around with obvious signs of wealth, such as wearing expensive looking jewellery or with cameras round your neck. Keep passports and valuables in your hotel safe.
When in restaurants, always keep bags especially if they contain valuables close to your person and out of sight. Do not walk down empty streets, especially after dark. By taking sensible precautions, you should have a completely trouble-free holiday. Please use the safe in your hotel room to store your valuables, if this is available.
If there is not a safe in your room, there will usually be a safe in reception where you can store valuables. Making sure that you stay safe during your holiday is very important. We bear this in mind when selecting hotels, but please understand that standards of health and safety in Latin America are often not as high as they are in the UK.
Please take the time to read this before you travel. Take extra care if you are travelling with children. In many destinations, you can arrange adventure activities. If you are interested in taking any of these, please make sure you are covered by your travel insurance. Llama Travel does not arrange any adventure activities directly and we cannot verify the safety measures of any local operators. Excursions are operated together with other holidaymakers.
These will usually be in English, although groups are sometimes a mix of English and Spanish or Portuguese speaking. A minimum of 2 people is required for some excursions. On some occasions, the order of excursions may vary. If you receive good service, you may want to leave a tip. This is completely at your discretion. As tipping is not necessarily normal in restaurants, please give any tips directly to the person you would like to tip to ensure that they get it.
For the four-day Inca Trail, tipping is normal as the guides, porters and cooks usually provide an excellent service. For small groups fewer than 6 trekkers , tipping per trekker is usually higher than for larger groups more than 10 trekkers , as the number of support staff per trekker is higher. Telephone cards are the easiest way to use public telephones, and can be bought in convenience stores. Some UK mobile phones work in Peru, but must be tri-band. Check with your mobile phone service provider if your telephone will work.
Excursions are usually taken together with other Llama Travel customers in groups of no more than 18 people. If we have more than 18 booked, we operate two groups. If we have only one or two people booked on an excursion, the excursion may be operated together with people other than Llama Travel customers. In some places, the excursions are operated by one of our local partners, such as treks in Torres del Paine, so you may be with people other than Llama Travel customers.
In these cases, group sizes can sometimes be larger. If you would like to know the likely situation for your holiday, please ask us and we will be able to check. Transfers may be in a vehicle with more than 18 people. Lima is the culinary capital of Peru, and possibly of all South America, and the city is full of good places to eat, ranging from the cheap and cheerful, to among the best, and most expensive, in all the Americas.
Many serve traditional Peruvian food, as well as the standard international restaurants. Seafood is among the best choices. There are many restaurants serving good value set lunches, especially around Parque Kennedy in Miraflores.
Most of the best restaurants are in Miraflores, San Isidro and Barranco. Most of the restaurants in the centre of Cusco offer a range of international and Peruvian food, and cater for tourists as well as locals. Many local dishes are based on highland crops, such as potatoes and quinoa, and there are many excellent soups.
You may want to try an ancient Inca delicacy — guinea pig! This is usually served in picanterias, which are restaurants specializing in local dishes. The hotels on the shore of Lake Titicaca offer a good selection of highland and international food. Additionally, there is a wide range of restaurants in the city of Puno, especially on Jr.
Lima near the main square. Arequipa has a strong culinary tradition, and there is a wide variety of local dishes available. Soups are particularly popular. Additionally, Rocoto Relleno stuffed spicy pepper is another local favourite well worth trying, although make sure you specify if you do not want it too spicy.
There are several restaurants on the balconies in the Plaza de Armas giving fine views of the Plaza. Both the Hotel Libertador and the Hotel Doubletree on the pacific coast have good restaurants, and there are also several local restaurants in Paracas itself.
The seafood is excellent. There is also a good variety of restaurants in Trujillo serving both local and international cuisine. Although Chiclayo does not have as many options it still has some good restaurants which specialise in local creole food. All hotels include breakfast, and other meals are included on some tours and excursions. However, generally, you will need to arrange your own lunches and dinners.
Hotel restaurants, especially in superior hotels, can be more expensive. However, these still offer excellent value for money compared to equivalent restaurants in the UK, and we find that many of our customers treat themselves to a special meal in Lima at the end of their holiday. Wine, particularly imported wine, can be quite expensive. We find that many people take advantage of the excellent crafts markets in and around Cusco, so please allow for this if you are likely to buy such items.
The prices vary significantly depending on the quality of the items, and detailed crafts can be expensive. There are also many excellent shopping opportunities in the cities, with excellent alpaca clothing and jewellery shops. These generally take credit cards, although a discount is sometimes possible for cash payments.
Some countries in Latin America have strict regulations regarding the entry and exit of children under 18 when not travelling with both parents, or if the child has nationality of the country you are visiting.
If you are travelling with children who are not entering or leaving the country with both parents, or if the child has nationality of the country you are visiting, please contact the consulate of the country you are visiting to check requirements. You will receive tickets approximately 10 days before departure, along with information on accommodation, transfers and excursions. Our agents in Latin America will give you your hotel and excursion vouchers when you arrive.
Please check airline tickets carefully in case timings have changed after we issued your confirmation. Adequate travel insurance is essential. We do not sell or recommend any specific policy. A list of insurance companies that our customers have found suitable is available from us. Please advise your insurer of any pre-existing medical conditions and, if you are booking a holiday involving high-altitude trekking, such as the Inca Trail, make sure that you are covered for this.
If you are planning on carrying out any other activities, please ensure your insurance policy will cover you for these. Note that cancellation cover is often only available if insurance is purchased within two weeks of booking your holiday. Visas are not required in advance for British citizens for any Llama Travel destination.
For British passports endorsed in any way and all other passports, please ask the appropriate consulate: You need a full 10 year passport valid for 6 months after your return to the UK. If you are flying via the US, you need to comply with US immigration requirements. Ask us for details. If children are not travelling with both parents, some countries require a letter of consent to enter or depart.
Please consult the appropriate consulate. To issue some tickets, we require passport details and ages when you book. If you subsequently change your passport, please let us know as soon as possible. In Cusco and the highlands of Peru, daytime temperatures tend to be around 20 degrees centigrade. However, night time temperatures drop rapidly, sometimes to below freezing. The coast can be warmer, although night temperatures can be cool, especially between May and September.
The jungle is usually hot and humid, although between May and September there are sometimes cold fronts, and temperatures can drop to 5 degrees.
Therefore, a variety of clothing, suitable for warm and cold weather is advisable. Rain is possible throughout the year, so waterproofs are also recommended. Lip balm is recommended and insect repellent is advisable, especially for jungle areas and around Machu Picchu. It is a legal requirement to carry identity documentation when in Peru. Therefore, having a copy of your passport with you at all times is recommended.
You require your passport when visiting Machu Picchu. Please make sure you bring this, otherwise you may not be able to enter the site. If you are walking the Inca Trail or the Short Inca Trail, please take the passport that you had when you initially booked if this has changed since booking. Otherwise you will not be permitted to start the trail.
Please consult your GP or a travel clinic about health and vaccination requirements. The NHS website www. Malaria and Yellow Fever precautions are usually recommended when visiting the jungle in Peru. If visiting the jungle, your jungle lodge provides mosquito nets.
There have been reports of the Zika virus, a mosquito-borne virus, in various Latin American countries. If you are pregnant, or planning on becoming pregnant, it is recommended that you speak to a medical professional prior to travel. When visiting Latin America, stomach illnesses are not uncommon due to changes in diet. We suggest you only drink bottled water and avoid ice. If you are unsure if salads and fruit have been washed in purified water, it is best to avoid them.
Much of Latin America, especially Peru, is at high altitude. Most people who travel to altitude do not suffer major problems. However, shortness of breath is common and we advise you to take things calmly during your first day or so at altitude. If possible, rest for a couple of hours when you first get to altitude.
Coca leaf tea, available in most of Peru, is often helpful in combating the effects of altitude. Additionally, some Llama Travel customers have reported beneficial effects of the herbal remedy Ginkgo Biloba. Many of the places you visit require some walking uphill. Please bear in mind that the altitude means this is more strenuous than equivalent length walks in the UK and a reasonable level of fitness is required.
If you think you may suffer due to the altitude, please consult your GP before travelling. If you have any health problems on holiday, please speak to our local agents or hotel staff. They will arrange for a doctor or hospital if necessary. Illnesses caused by altitude can be serious.
If you do experience any problems, please seek appropriate medical attention. For most of our holidays, age is not a concern. However, a reasonable level of fitness is required, as most holidays require some walking, sometimes on uneven ground.
Even relatively mild activities can be strenuous at altitude. High altitude trekking is more strenuous than an equivalent length walk at low altitude. A holiday in Latin America inevitably means long haul flights, and at least one overnight sector.
Air fares vary from date to date and between airlines. Our holidays are scheduled to use the most advantageous air fare. You can choose which airline you prefer, we will let you know if a supplement is payable. Levels of onboard service and facilities, such as entertainment, vary by airline and route.
Flights are sometimes operated by another airline in the appropriate airline alliance. Most airlines offer the option of flying from regional airports in the UK, avoiding the need to make your own way to London. Due to the timing of flights, in some cases this may involve an overnight stop in London or another intermediate airport. There is usually a supplement for regional departures.
Please note that most of our flights depart from London. You can upgrade to business class or premium economy on most airlines. Call us for prices for the route and airline you are interested in.
These provide more comfortable seats which recline further and have more legroom. There are better meals and a bar service. KLM, Iberia and United offer standard economy class seats with extra legroom for additional cost. KLM seats can be booked through Llama Travel.
United and Iberia seats can be reserved with the airlines one month prior to departure. Business Class British Airways Club World has seats which convert into full flat beds and have a privacy screen. Between the UK and Madrid, seats are usually the same as in economy class. Between the UK and Amsterdam, seats are usually the same as in economy class. Air France Affaires Class offer seats which convert into virtually flat beds. Between the UK and Paris, seats are usually the same as in economy class.
Most scheduled airlines have a baggage allowance of 20kg per passenger, especially when taking internal flights within Latin America. Many airlines now charge a fee to select your seat prior to checking in for your flight, even when travelling in premium economy or business class. Alternatively, you may choose your preferred seat free of charge when online check-in opens 24 hours prior to departure or at the airport.
Please ask us about the options available at time of booking. We all want a comfortable journey, particularly on long haul flights. If you would like a seat with some extra leg room or a larger recline please let us know. In some cases, these seats may only be purchased online directly with the airline once Llama Travel has issued your ticket approximately 30 days prior to departure.
For flights within Latin America, and for connecting flights in Europe, it is usually only possible to select seats when you check-in online or at the airport. It may not be possible to always use online check-in systems, especially when using a codeshare flight. On occasion, your preferred seat may be changed by the airline for operational reasons such as a change of aircraft or to facilitate a disabled passenger on the day you fly and as such, Llama Travel cannot always guarantee specific seats.
If you would like to break your journey to or from Peru and add a stopover to your holiday, this may be possible. It is your responsibility to ensure that you comply with these requirements before you travel. Failure to do so may result in you being denied boarding on your flight to the USA and, at best, a last-minute and probably expensive re-routing avoiding the USA.
It is important, therefore, that you follow these procedures carefully. If you qualify for the US Visa Waiver Program, you are able to avoid the need to apply for a visa, but still need to enter your details online on the US State Department website. Please make sure that you do this in good time. If you are a UK citizen and have a UK passport, you may qualify for visa-free travel.
You will require a machine readable passport to qualify for the Visa Waiver Program so you do not require a visa to enter the US.
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