13.499,00 € incl. VAT
incl. 19% VAT
Do you want to know why you should visit Peru?
The answer is as simple as it is complex, like Peru itself. Visiting Peru means coming into contact with an amazing culture, people who are able to show you the best of yourself in all circumstances, with landscapes, that generate emotions with emotions that will never be forgotten. Our country awaits you, today, tomorrow and always and our journey offers you special properties
- 7-night cruise in a riverview stateroom on the luxurious Aria Amazon
- Lavishly appointed riverview suites with floor-to-ceiling windows
- 2 nights in Lima at the Country Club Lima Hotel (or similar)
- 1 night in Urubamba at the Hotel Tambo del Inka (or similar)
- 1 night in Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu) at The Sumaq Hotel (or similar
- 2 nights in Cusco at the Belmond Hotel Monasterio (or similar)
- 1 night in Lima at the Wyndham Costa del Sol Hotel at the Lima International Airport (or similar)
- 1 country: Peru
- 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites
- Services of an experienced Uniworld Cruise Manager
- Cultural enrichment
- All transfers on arrival and departure days
- All gratuities, both onboard and onshore
DAY TO DAY
Note: The itineraries presented are subject to modification due to water levels, closures because of public holidays or other uncontrollable factors. Every effort will be made to operate programs as planned, but changes may still be necessary throughout the cruise. This day-to-day schedule is subject to change. Your final day-to-day schedule will be provided onboard on the first day of your cruise.
Day 1: Lima
Arrive at Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima. If your cruise/tour package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, a Uniworld representative will be on hand to greet you and escort you to the beautiful Country Club Lima Hotel. Its charm and comfort will offer you the perfect home for your exploration of the city.
Note: For Arrival, Departure and Transfer details, please visit Uniworld.com/transfers. For Port Location details, please visit Uniworld.com/ports.
Day 2: Lima
Known as the “City of Kings,” Lima was founded in 1535. A melting pot of cultures, flavors and history, this bustling metropolis has something for everyone, and today you get to discover it all.
Day 3: Lima, Fly to Iquitos (Nauta), Embark
You will be picked up at your hotel and taken to the airport for your flight to Iquitos. Upon your arrival at Iquitos International Airport, a Uniworld representative will be on hand to greet you and escort you to the Aria Amazon.
In the evening, you will be welcomed with a reception dinner by Chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino. Famous for his innovative take on Amazonian cuisine, this dinner will be bursting in flavors unique to the Peruvian Amazon
Day 4: Yanayacu-Pucate River, Marañón River
Your day starts at the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, the second largest protected natural area in Peru. Kayak, canoe and swim in the black waters of the Yanayacu-Pucate River. In the afternoon, learn about traditional customs of the area at a remote village along the Marañón River. Once the sun sets, we’ll gaze at the night sky, where you’ll have a crystal-clear view of planets and constellations.
Day 5: Samiria River, Nauta Caño (Amazonian Natural Park)
Today we’re exploring the vibrant wildlife and lush greenery thriving in the Amazon. Your naturalist guide will teach you all about the diverse flora and fauna unique to the region before setting off on a guided jungle walk. You’ll finish the day stargazing on the “Enchanted Lake.”
Samiria River & jungle walk
Stargazing on the “Enchanted Lak
Day 6: Nauta
One of the oldest inhabited areas in the Peruvian Amazon, Nauta is nestled between the Marañón and Ucayali Rivers. You’ll explore the town’s market, which is full of fresh fish, fruits and vegetables. From there, it’s a short journey to the birthplace of the Amazon River.
Birthplace of the Amazon
Nauta market visit
Day 7: Ucayali River, Pacaya River
Experience life as an Amazon River dweller as you cruise along the Ucayali River. Search for the famous pink dolphins and other wildlife lurking just beyond the river. Once the sun sets, we’ll take to the Pacaya River, on the lookout for nocturnal beasts.
Skiff tour along the Ucayali River
Evening skiff tour on the Pacaya River
Day 8: Pacaya River, Ucayali River, Tapiche River
Your day starts early today with a skiff excursion along the Pacaya River, where you’ll venture into the rainforest to see some wildlife. Following lunch, you’ll participate in a paiche fishing demonstration. The paiche is the second largest fish in the world. We’ll end the day watching for the pink river dolphins on the Ucayali River.
Skiff tour on the Ucayali River
Skiff tour on the Pacaya River
Paiche fishing demonstration
Day 9: Clavero Lake, San Jose de Sarapanga Forest
Spend the morning jungle walking, canoeing, kayaking or swimming on the black water Yarapa River or Clavero Lake. In the afternoon, see the unbelievable giant water lilies of the San Jose de Sarapanga forest.
Yarapa River & Clavero Lake
Jungle walk in the San Jose de Sarapanga forest
Day 10: Nauta (Iquitos), Disembark, Fly to Cusco, Urubamba (The Sacred Valley)
Take a morning walk through the town of Nauta before disembarking the Aria Amazon. Your guide will take you on a few excursions on your way to the Iquitos airport for your flight to Cusco. Once you’ve landed in Cusco, you will be taken to Hotel Tambo del Inka in the Sacred Valley. You will be welcomed with a delicious farm-to-table dinner.
San Juan craft market
Nauta town visit
Manatee Rescue Center
Day 11: Urubamba, Ollantaytambo, Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu)
Today you will explore the heartland of the Inka Empire, known as the Sacred Valley. Your guide will take you to Moray and Ollantaytambo, two historic sights of significant importance. You’ll experience the unique way of living in the Sacred Valley as you meet locals. We finish the day with a train ride to Aguas Calientes, the small villages nestled at the bottom of Machu Picchu. Please note: You are only allowed one 11 lb piece of luggage on the train to Aguas Calientes. All other luggage will be taken to your hotel in Cusco.
Day 12: Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu), Cusco
A breathtaking, historical sight, Machu Picchu is one of the “must-see” archeological sites in the world. This remarkable Inkan Empire site was never found by the Spaniards and was rediscovered during the 20th century. Today, archeologists continue to excavate this ancient city. While many mysteries still surround it, Machu Picchu tells a story of a history that goes back thousands of years. Following your day at Machu Picchu, you will take a train to Ollantaytambo and then a motor coach will take you to the Belmond Hotel Monasterio in Cusco.
Day 13: Cusco
Located in the Andes Mountains, Cusco was the heartland of the Inkan Empire. Today, you will explore all the wonders of this city as you admire the cobblestone streets, colorful textiles and art galleries. A perfect blend of ancient Andean cultures with Spanish colonial splendor, Cusco is not to be missed. Overnight, you will stay in the Belmond Hotel Monasterio.
Cusco city tour
Day 14: Cusco, Fly to Lima
We’re headed back to Lima today. After a brief walk around town, you’ll head to the Wyndham Costa del Sol Hotel at the Lima International Airport.
San Blas walking tour
Day 15: Lima
Your majestic Peru adventure ends this morning. Your guide will walk you from the Wyndham Costa del Sol Airport Hotel to the Lima International Airport check-in.
|Days / Departure / Arrival||
15 Days / Lima to Lima
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