Two travel options will be available for hikers and non-hikers.
Travelers will arrive in Lima, Peru and be met by a TAG staffer. They will board a tour bus to be shuttled to their hotel in Miraflores.
The non-hikers will have several more days to explore in and around Cuzco before taking a bus to meet the hikers at Machu Picchu.
Cuzco, according to TAG’s website, is the continent’s oldest continuously inhabited city, and the hub of the South American travel network. It is considered the mecca of Peru and offers a range of activities such as horseback riding and white-water rafting nearby as well as less strenuous outings like visiting ruins and museums.
After spending the day at Machu Picchu, the entire group will take the upscale Vista Dome train back to Cuzco for a gourmet dinner at a famous Peruvian restaurant.
Finally the travelers will fly back to Lima and then home.
For details about dates, event costs and to register visit the TAG website at this link.
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