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Ecuador, Peru & The Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Hawk Journey: Peru and the Galápagos Islands

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The following are examples of some of the hotels we commonly use on this tour.


Casa Andina Private Collection, Cusco

This attractive, converted colonial house is located in the heart of the city, two blocks from the main square. Its 75 spacious rooms overlook one of three galleried courtyards, each of which has a central stone fountain. Décor is simple and unobtrusive with whitewashed walls and subdued lighting.

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Casa Andina Private Collection, Cusco
Casa Andina Private Collection, Cusco
El MaPi, Machu Picchu

Set in the village of Aguas Calientes, the El MaPi is a smart and contemporary hotel with a fantastic location right in the heart of town. This boutique property which was remodelled in 2010, offers 48 light and airy rooms and also has its own excellent bar and cafetería.

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El MaPi, Machu Picchu
El MaPi, Machu Picchu
Hotel Antigua Miraflores, Lima

Set in the heart of upmarket district of Miraflores, is the Hotel Antigua. Housed in a turn of the century building, the decor throughout purveys the history of the property, with hand crafted furniture and antiques scattered throughout the rooms and luxurious colonial tiled bathrooms.

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Hotel Antigua Miraflores, Lima
Hotel Antigua Miraflores, Lima
Hotel Oro Verde, Guayaquil

This hotel situated in heart of Guayquil's commercial district is ideally located to take advantage of the city's main attractions and is just 15 minutes from the airport. Part of the 'Leading Hotels of the World', it is justifiably one of the best spots in town. With 5 restaurants, bars and an outdoor swimming pool, it offers everything a modern hotel should and more.

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Hotel Oro Verde, Guayaquil
Hotel Oro Verde, Guayaquil
Hotel Pakaritampu, Ollantaytambo

Hotel Parkaritampu is located in the town of Ollantaytambo, in the heart of the Sacred Valley. Surrounded by lovely gardens, which include a variety of trees and plants that are typical of the region, Hotel Pakaritampu has extraordinary views of the archaeological center and the nearby mountains.  It is surrounded by Inca agricultural terraces and a unique environment of the beautiful Sacred Valley.

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Hotel Pakaritampu, Ollantaytambo
Hotel Pakaritampu, Ollantaytambo
MV Coral I / II, Galápagos Islands

Small enough to give your experience a real nautical feel and allow you to get in close to the islands, this ship is big enough to offer a good range of facilities and relative stability in choppy seas. The fine wood panelling and big picture windows are especially pleasing.

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MV Coral I / II, Galápagos Islands
MV Coral I / II, Galápagos Islands
Posada del Inca, Puno

This modern, spotless hotel is located right on the shores of Lake Titicaca, well away from the bustle of Puno town. There is a real Andean feel here, with decoration featuring traditional artesania. The historic British built (1862) steamship, the Yavarí, is moored here and can be visited.

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Posada del Inca, Puno
Posada del Inca, Puno



 
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