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                 Small Group Specialist

 

INCA LAND ADVENTURES It is Travel agency based in Cusco City, Peru,  Flavio Huamani  who have been guiding tailor-made itineraries in Adventure, Ecotourism, Bird Watching, Conventional and “off the beaten track” Tours for more than 18 years. Inca Land Adventures is for travelers who want a more authentic holiday that also benefits the environment and local people. We offer and practice responsible tourism by designing more enjoyable and authentic holidays that maximize the benefits to local communities, that minimize any negative social or environmental impacts of tourism, that help local people in health and education, and that conserve fragile cultures, habitats and species. Our mission is to act as a conduit and open a window into the little known aspects of the region, enabling you to explore the areas of your particular interest, whilst enjoying a well balanced itinerary. We do this by providing quality advice at the PLANNING stages of your trip, and quality support DURING your trips. We will assist you in the choice of destinations and accommodation all of which we have personally visited and continue to visit each calendar year. Our recommendations are always based on locally inspired and/or owned establishments, never compromising comfort and always offering value for money. We will provide serious and well researched background information on the destinations to be visited, as well as current practical details to make your trip run smoothly. On the ground we are fully dedicated to cover every logistical aspect of the trip so everything works out. We are contactable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help you out in the case you run into any inconvenience or you want to change your plans. 

Our expeditions will lead you to the most fascinating places of the Peru. Peru has a larger variety of extreme landscapes than any other country: the driest desert from our coast, the largest tropical forest on the shores of the river Amazon and the high altitude difference in the snow-capped Andes.