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Tour Leaders Peru Adventure

Cusco, Peru
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About Tour Leaders Peru Adventure
Tour Leaders Peru Adventure is a tour operator in Cusco, Peru. We specialize in personalized tours and hike unique trails away from big crowds to Machu Picchu. We have top of the line equipment and many tour options such as Salkantay Trek, Lares Trek, Inca Trail, Choquequirao and much more. Trust in us for your stay in Cusco. Book with us for an adventure of a lifetime!!!
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Sonya B wrote a review Jan 2020
Bay Area8 contributions10 helpful votes
We just got home safely from Peru. We saw the Sacred Valley, hiked the 26 mile Inca Trail for 4 days from 8,000 to 13,800 feet to see the ancient stunning Machu Picchu, learned about Incas, went to the exciting Amazon Rain Forest to see Macaw birds in the wild, shopped at San Pedro’s Market in Cusco, celebrated New Year’s Eve in yellow hats in Cusco, went on an exciting ATV ride in the desert, flew in a small plane over the ancient Nazca Lines, & went on a boat trip to the beautiful Peruvian Galapagos to see Penguins there. We had a great adventurous time there as a family. We highly recommend you all visit Peru too! We booked our trip with a wonderful travel agent named Natalie Conde. Our main tour guide was terrific and his name was Aldo Quispe. We also had a very knowledgable bird tour guide in the Amazon named Jose Antonio Padilla. Here are some facts about our trip: We trekked the Inca Trail, one of the top 5 treks in the world! We were very lucky that permits were still available. In 2007, Machu Picchu was declared one of the Seven Wonders of the World. We travelled to all 3 regions of Peru: The Coast- Paracas and Huacachina, Andean Highlands- Cusco and The Jungle- Amazon Manu National Park. The Nazca Lines were the same ones that were portrayed in the Indiana Jones movie (Crystal Skull). Huacachina Oasis is the only desert oasis in South America.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Gina B wrote a review Oct 2018
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If you looking for an experience to challenge your body and be rewarded by breathtaking views and scenery this is the trip and tour group to join. I was tested physically and the leaders on this tour group were so supportive, encouraging and paced the group well. Our tour leader gave us amazing stories that included the rich history of the culture and the people of Peru. The tour leader was able to create an atmosphere that was light and fun while reminding us to pay respect to the journey. The Tour Leaders Peru Adventure beautifully and meticulously organized all of the details of the trip down to food, transportation and accommodations. The food that was provided on the trek was nothing short of incredible. It was so nutritious and artfully served for each meal while staying true to classic Peruvian cuisine. Prior to arriving to camp at the end of each day the tour group worked tirelessly to have camp set up for the evening and went out of their way to ensure our needs were met. The altitude took some adjusting to and we were offered all of the local remedies to assist with the trek. I highly recommend Tour Leaders Peru Adventure for their convenience, knowledge and expertise in navigating Peru.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Sheena C wrote a review Oct 2018
San Francisco, California6 contributions
I have always wanted to see Machu Picchu and when the opportunity came, I didn’t want to pass. My friends and I did the Salkantay Trek with Odon as our main guide and he was just so passionate about telling us the history and the culture behind Machu Picchu. Odon took care of us like we were his children haha, he helped us adjust or feel better with altitude sickness. In addition to Odon, the crew was really hard working and our tents and meals were already prepared for us when we arrived at all of our campsites. There was a good variety of meals and you really appreciate a nice warm soup when you’re surrounded with snow capped mountains in below freezing temps! The tents were comfortable to sleep in but that also depends on the type of sleeping bag you bring. I recommend doing this trek despite being challenging because the views were totally worth it!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Han N wrote a review Oct 2018
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If you’d like hiking to see stunning view at Salkantay lake and one of the seven world wonders Machu Picchu while having someone to set your tent and cook your fresh gourmet Peruvian dinners every night then you have to sign up with TourleaderPeru. Their tour guide is very fun, friendly and knowledgeable. Their equipment is new and up to date. Every sites you camp are gorgeous next to river. You will feel pampered while on adventures every day!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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taluce114 wrote a review Oct 2018
Los Angeles, California1 contribution
Cesar and Christian really worked hard to make our trek as positive as possible. I would happily recommend them to anyone who is interested in taking this trip! We did the trek with a group of friends and appreciated their hard work with our trip as well as the coordination with the other workers (porters, cooks, etc.). We particularly appreciated that they are Peruvian and are committed to helping bring tourism money back to Peruvian economy as much as possible. We were all relatively experienced hikers but the altitude is no joke -- definitely prepare yourself beforehand by cross training and hiking, and also get some high altitude prescription medication. Don't push yourself too hard Day 1 because Day 2 is probably the most difficult. Pack smart, and definitely don' t overpack. Even though someone is carrying most of your stuff you must fit it in a duffel they provide, and there's no need to have porters carry more than they need to. Renting poles is a non-negotiable because you'll be going up and down very steep inclines and will need them to be safe. They've got great American equipment that they purchase in the USA and bring back to Peru, so do not hesitate to rent whatever you need from them. Remember also to think about what you get and what you'd like -- for example, by the time we hit the last day I would've preferred to pay extra to take the train into Aguas Calientes rather than hiking the last stretch in (while the last stretch is visually enjoyable, it is not a comfortable trek -- you are going over railway ties set in large gravel, which is very difficult to walk through) -- go over the trek itinerary and talk with Cesar about what is the best for your group. Thanks again to Cesar for such a fantastic trip. It really was once-in-a-lifetime!
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Date of experience: May 2018
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