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amazon rainforest tours

The capital city of Peru is often the first view travelers get of this beautiful country, and it does not disappoint. A true metropolis lying just beyond the shores of the Pacific Ocean, Lima gives visitors a little bit of everything - historic significance, modern influence, cultural festivals, world-class food, diverse architecture, and exciting nightlife.​​

puerto maldonado - 3 days


For many adventure travelers to South America, Puerto Maldonado serves as the gateway to the vast Amazon rainforest. Today, Puerto Maldonado is still what it has been for centuries for adventure lovers: a pure and frontier land full of mysteries.
On this 3 day / 2 night tour you will be captivated by the exuberant wildlife (the most varied bio-diversity in the world) of the Amazon Basin - including river otters, caiman and capybaras - as you explore the Tambopata National Reserve and Lake Sandoval, with excursions led by expert guides. Itinerary, departing from Puerto Maldonado airport year-round: Day 1 - Boat to lodge, kayaking to Monkey Island and nature watching Day 2 - Jungle walk, Tambopata National Reserve, boat on Lake Sandoval ​Day 3 - Madre de Dios region clay salt licks​, zip lining through canopy Included in this trip: Transportation All meals 2 night accommodation Excursions with expert jungle guide Entrance to Lake Sandoval Equipment
$485 per person




iquitos explorama lodge - 3 days


This trip to the Amazon brings you the most intimate, authentic experience possible. Through our partnership with Explorama, a company that offers environmentally responsible lodging and tour programming, you will be offered the best of Iquitos and the Amazon. On this tour you will see both the natural beauty of the Amazon as well as the indigenous populations and their way of life. While nature-watching, you will go through the world's highest biodiversity of trees per square hectare, and see wildlife that simply does not compare to anywhere else. Itinerary, departing from Iquitos airport year-round: Day 1 - Reception and orientation at airport. 50-mile boat trip through Yanamono Stream, arrive at lodge, explore area via nature watching and stargazing. Day 2 - Walk through Bushmaster Trail, amazing nature hike and guided tour through botanical gardens. Evening boat ride for dolphin watching and optional swim. Day 3 -Morning walk along a local river trail with stops along the way to visit the "ribereños" or river people, visit a river school, see the local sugar cane rum factory"or visit our resident American medical doctor in her clinic. Transfer back to airport. Included in this trip: All lodging and meals Privately owned transport over land and water. Airport arrival and departure transfers. Arrival after 4pm requires the first night in Iquitos with transfer to Explorama lodge the following morning. Local bilingual naturalist guides Self-service potable water at all lodges. All fully guided rainforest and river excursions Free Wi-Fi in public spaces at Explorama Lodge $550 per person





Conquer Peru offers the adventurous traveler who wishes to see Machu Picchu in all its glory, alongside experienced guides who help visitors make the most of their time.

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I went on a group trip with Conquer Peru and it was the most incredible experience! I've never been on a trip that packed SO MANY activities and experiences into two weeks, but I truly feel like I got to see the best of the best. Not only did we travel across the entire country, seeing Machu Picchu and the Amazon, Lima and Lake Titicaca, but we knew every restaurant, hotel, and site we visited was an authentic, high quality experience because of Matilde's expertise and knowledge about Peru. It's so fun to travel with a local who can be both a guide and a friend as you take in all the sights. My favorite part was the unique hotels Matilde found for us, like the bungalows along the Amazon river. And of course, Machu Picchu exceeded all my expectations. It really was the trip of a lifetime, thanks to Conquer Peru's organizing!

Summer M.