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Citizen scientist on archaeology excavation

Dig Includes:

  • 6 nights accommodation based on 2 people, sharing double occupancy

  • Roundtrip transfers to and from the airport

  • Roundtrip transfers to and from the digsite every day

  • All breakfasts, morning and afternoon teas, lunches and 2 dinners

  • Poulnabrone visit

  • Burren Walking Tour excursion

  • Tax and services charge

  • Donation to the ongoing work being done by the researchers at Caherconnell

  • *Hotels and activities are subject to change

Participation is subject to availability and is at the full discretion of the dig location. 

Travel logistics are managed by Crystal Travel who are also available to assist with international flights. 

Book the Caherconnell Dig


5 day/6 night: July 14-20, 2024



Early bird discount – book and submit non-refundable deposit of $1,100 on or before December 15th, 2023. Price based on double occupancy. Singles available for an extra fee.​

Caherconnell Fort from the air

Dig + Itinerary Includes:​

  • All that the Dig includes (see above) in addition to:

  • 5 more nights accommodation based on 2 people, sharing double occupancy

  • 5-day tour via luxury vehicle with driver-guide

  • Breakfast every day and 6 dinners

  • Aran Islands tour (Round-trip ferry from Doolin to Inis Mór + guided tour of the island and guided Sunset walk at the Cliffs)

  • Option to participate in an activity at Renvyle House

  • Entrance to Kylemore Abbey

  • Killary Fjord cruise 

  • Galway City Museum Tour

  • *Hotels and activities are subject to change

Travel logistics are managed by Crystal Travel who are also available to assist with international flights. 

Book the Dig + Itinerary

10 day/11 night: July 14-25, 2024



Early bird discount – book and submit non-refundable deposit of $1,100 on or before December 15th, 2023. Price based on double occupancy. Singles available for an extra fee.

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  • Any meals, transfers or tours not mentioned above

  • Any items of personal nature such as excess baggage, laundry, telephone calls

  • Tips and gratuities to drivers, guides, hotel’s staff, restaurant’s staff

  • Personal, travel and health insurance

  • Early check in and late check out

  • Optional tours

  • International flight ticket (If you are interested in assistance booking international flights, please contact us. 

  • Visa fees and departure tax (if applicable)

  • Alcoholic beverages

  • University/academic credit is not included.​

Customize Your Itinerary


Join the Caherconnell dig and then customize your remaining itinerary any way you choose


Contact us for details! 

Travel logistics are managed by Crystal Travel.

Archaeology Work

July 14, 2024 | Arrival in Ireland + Welcome Dinner

Ireland travels with Ancient Odysseys

Participants arrive in Dublin or Shannon Airports and are picked up and transferred to the Old Ground Hotel in Ennis. 

Located in the center of the attractive medieval town of Ennis, County Clare, the hotel provides an ideal starting point from which to explore the famous attractions of Ireland's west coast. A former manor house dating back to the 18th century, this ivy-clad residence has been totally refurbished to provide the warmth of a country home with the style of a luxury hotel.

There will be a group welcome dinner tonight for the group to get to know each other before a fun and interesting week together.

Accommodation: Old Ground Hotel in Ennis - Double Occupancy

Meals: Dinner

July 15-19, 2024 | Archaeological Excavation at Caherconnell Project

Archaeological artifacts from Caherconnell in Ireland

The next morning begins your five-day excavation of the Caherconnell Ring Fort. The dig includes all accommodations, transportation to and from the digsite, most meals and specialy curated activities. 


Caherconnell is a highly productive site, with a large quantity of ongoing finds made regularly. The 2024 excavation includes excavation work on the third fort to be excavated at the Caherconnell complex. You will be hands-on for the entire five days of this excavation, learning the methods of archaeological excavation and archaeological recording. This will allow all participants to immerse themselves in the excavation, collection and study of everything from artifacts to large landscape features dating from 2200 BC to about 800 AD. And make no mistake-this location is absolutely loaded with both!

Due to the high quality of preservation at Caherconnell (of everything from artefacts to large landscape features), researchers believe that the work being undertaken here in western Ireland can enlighten our understanding of the entire Irish story, far beyond the borders of the Burren.

During your 5-day excavation, your days will consist of:

  • Each day, the group will be picked up at 8am and driven to the dig site where you will meet the archaeologists and begin fieldwork at  Caherconnell. The group will return to the hotel by 5.45pm.

  • Archaeological fieldwork begins at 9am and ends at 5pm each day.

  • All tools for archaeological excavation are provided, along with dedicated on-site training, instruction, and supervision.

  • Mid-morning break of tea, coffee and pastries in addition to lunch and beverages are included each day at the onsite café.

  • This location is within walking distance of a visitor centre, which includes bathrooms and a café.

  • You will also have use of field-school facilities at the centre, which includes a locker for every participant and indoor workspace in the event of heavy rain.

  • The cost of the dig includes funds to support the archaeological fieldwork and research at Caherconnell, including a contribution to artifact conservation, radiocarbon dating. 

Additional activities included during the course of the dig:

  • Private sheepdog demonstration.

  • Private access to a guided tour of the Caherconnell site and farm walk with a view of Galway Bay. 

  • July 16-Visit to Poulnabrone after day of excavation The group will enjoy a tour of Poulnabrone Dolmen. Situated on the high Burren limestone plateau, Poulnabrone Dolmen is one of Ireland’s most iconic archaeological monuments and is the oldest dated megalithic monument in Ireland. Enjoy a fascinating history lesson and some light refreshments here before transferring back to your hotel.

  • July 18-Evening walking tour of The Burren. One of Ireland's most compelling landscapes, the cool grey rock etched with crevices and cracks tumbles down to the wild blue Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy this fascinating walking tour of this enthralling landscape with informative and entertaining commentaries on the geology, flora, archaeology, wildlife and farming of the region, along with some light refreshments before transferring back to your hotel..

  • July19-The group will enjoy a farewell dinner in Ennis at a restaurant/pub with live Irish music.


Accommodation: Old Ground Hotel in Ennis

Meals included during the course of the dig: Breakfast, lunch, mid-morning break and drinks included each day. On the first and last days, you will enjoy welcome and farewell dinners. All other days, dinner is on your own. 

Excavation trip ends after breakfast on July 20. 

Travelers can continue on an extended travel itinerary listed below.

What to Bring for the Archaeology Dig

Guided archaeological training in Ireland

You will be working under the supervision of the archaeologists, but the tasks associated with working on an excavation can involve certain risks. Excavation work may involve difficult conditions, uneven terrain (a definite in the Burren!) unanticipated natural hazards, use of digging equipment, and/or strenuous manual labor. (This, too, is a definite in the rocky landscape of this region). A general level of fitness is necessary for excavations, such as walking over uneven ground every day, walking up and down steps and inclines, kneeling, filling and carrying buckets of soil and stones. Most if not all activities will occur outdoors and are subject to the weather. 

The Irish weather is notoriously changeable - rain, wind, sun all in one day; and sometimes even all at once! Generally, though, none of these are too extreme in summer and are easily managed with appropriate clothing.The karst landscape of the Burren provides an uneven surface underfoot so a certain level of care and mobility is required.


  • Hiking or work boots

  • Waterproof jacket

  • Waterproof over-trousers

  • Work/gardening gloves (more than one pair)

  • A change of shoes. We change out of work boots when we go inside

  • Sun hat

  • Sunscreen

  • Travel insurance needed

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   An interview with Michelle Comber | Archaeologist, The Caherconnell Project

Caherconnell Michelle Comber, archaeologist who heads dig in Ireland
  1. What makes Caherconnell significant?

    It is a multiperiod complex with excellent preservation (and individually intriguing sites within the complex!). It therefore has allowed us to fil in some blanks in the story of the Irish past. It is also an excellent example of academia working with landowners/local community.

  2. What has been most surprising about your discoveries at Caherconnell?

    The complex has an incredibly long time span and it appears to have been continuously used, even throughout centuries of medieval unrest. It’s also become clear to us that the complex is much older than previously thought. There is also an impressive richness to the artefact assemblage, dating from the prehistoric to the medieval.

  3. What are your current research objectives at Caherconnell?

    Our work aims to determine function, date, and relationships of all the sites within the Caherconnell complex. And to trace continuity and change over the millennia of its habitation.

  4. What was the most important or rewarding find at Caherconnell?​
    It’s almost impossible to pick one find from the thousands of artefacts we’ve unearthed over the years. I would say that the discovery of the oldest ink pen in Ireland is hugely significant in that it implies so much about the site and its inhabitants.


Learn more about what the Caherconnell Project dig entails!

Watch this video featuring Michelle Comber to have all your questions about Caherconnell and the dig experience answered!


And, for your listening pleasure, enjoy this fascinating podcast about Caherconnell from Clare-FM.   

More about Ireland's oldest ink pen found at Caherconnell:

Smithsonian Magazine    Independent of Ireland     Archaeology Magazine

July 20, 2024 | Beginning of Added Itinerary | Aran Islands + Cliffs of Moher

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The Caherconnell Fort Project excavation program will end this morning after breakfast.

The group that is continuing with the remaining itinerary will transfer to Doolin where to take a ferry to Inis Mór, the largest of the three Aran Islands. A highlight for visitors is Dun Aonghasa, an Iron Age fort perched precariously atop a 100-meter-high cliff face. You will enjoy a guided tour of the island with a local guide before you return to the mainland. This experience is provided by native Islanders who are passionate about their home, their language and their culture.

Join a group dinner this evening in Doolin. You will also get to experience a guided walk along the world-famous Cliffs of Moher and see the sun set over the wild Atlantic Ocean before returning to Ennis.

Accommodation: Old Ground Hotel in Ennis-Double Occupancy

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

July 21-22, 2024 | Connemara + Renvyle Houose + Kylemore Abbey + Killary Fjord

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July 21

Today the group will depart County Clare for Galway and the wilds of the Connemara region. You’ll enjoy a few photo stops before arriving at the inimitable Kylemore Abbey. Nestled in the heart of Connemara, on the Wild Atlantic Way, Kylemore Abbey is a haven of history, beauty and serenity. Home to a Benedictine order of Nuns for the past 100 years, Kylemore Abbey welcomes visitors from all over the world each year to embrace the magic of the magnificent 1,000-acre estate.


Renvyle House Hotel will be your home for the next two nights. First opened as a hotel in 1883, it is spectacularly located on a 150 acre estate on the shores of the Wild Atlantic Way in Connemara, Co. Galway. The grounds include a private freshwater lake for fishing and boating, a beach, woodlands, gardens and numerous activities on site including tennis, croquet, outdoor heated swimming pool, canoeing and shore angling.

You will have time this evening to relax on the grounds or participate in an onsite activity before a group dinner at the restaurant.

July 22

Enjoy a free morning to relax and enjoy a leisurely gourmet breakfast at Renvyle House. In the afternoon, the group will embark on a cruise of the serene Killary Fjord. Complete with an informative commentary outlining the natural and social history of the Fjord as well as the ancient mythology surrounding these waters and uninterrupted views of the “savage beauty” of North Connemara’s spectacular scenery, our tour will take you to the mouth of the Fjord, the gateway to the majestic Atlantic coast beyond, and offer unrivaled views of otherwise impossible to reach sections of the Wild Atlantic Way coastline. Return to Renvyle this evening for a group dinner at the hotel.


Accommodation: Renvyle House Hotel -Double occupancy

Meals: All Meals Included 

July 23-24, 2024 | Galway

Archaeology itinerary add on to Galway Ancient Odysseys

July 23

Weave your way back through Connemara towards civilization and the festival city of Galway. You will be here right in the middle of the Arts Festival which is a fortnight filled with color and will feature a wealth of theater, music, comedy, visual art, dance, and literary events.


The group might like to convene at The Crane Bar after dinner to enjoy some live music, or at the many other live music venues in town.

July 24

Today, you will visit the Galway City Museum with the rest of the day free to explore the city of Galway on your own.

Tonight you will enjoy a farewell dinner with your archaeologist friends as it is your last night in Galway.

Accommodation: Hyde Hotel in Galway City-Double occupancy, at one of Galway’s most stylish hotels.

Meals: 2 Breakfasts, Farewell Dinner

July 25, 2024 | Departure

Departure Ancient Odysseys Ireland

Your tour ends after breakfast.


Participants fly home from Dublin or Shannon Airports or continue with an add-on package.or your own arrangements.


Airport transfers are available upon request

Meals: Breakfast

Meet the scientist

Itinerary | Trip Date: July 12-23, 2024

July 12 | Day 1 | Arrive Lima

After processing through immigration, collect yur bags and pass through customs. Once in the Arrival Hall look for your private driver who will be holding a sign with your name(s).

The transfer to the hotel will take approximately 30 minutes.

Accommodation: Pullman Miraflores - Superior Room

July 13 | Day 2 | Flight to Cusco + Chinchero, Pisac & Ollytaytambo

This morning meet up with the rest of the group for breakfast. After checkout meet your private driver in the hotel lobby who will escort you to the airport for your flight to Cusco.

Full day Chincero, Ollantaytambo and Pisac

On your way to the Sacred Valley, you will visit Chinchero, a picturesque village in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Enter the home of a textile artisan, where you will see some of his original work and learn about his techniques and creative process. The visit includes a stop to view a panorama of Inca ruins dating back to the end of the 15th century. Then it is on to Ollantaytambo, one of the most representative building complexes of the Inca Empire and site of one of the Spanish Conquistadors' rare strategic defeats. Famous for its terraced fields, Ollantaytambo was a very effective fortress and a religious center. Enjoy lunch before you visit the town of Pisac, where you will explore its archaeological site, located on the top of a hillside and one of the most important in the Sacred Valley. This place will amaze you with its platform system and urban planning, both very advanced for the time in which they were developed.

Accommodation: Las Qolqas Eco Resort - Luxury Tent

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

July 14 | Day 3 | Sacred Valley + Pachamama Ceremony

History and Culture in Maras, Moray and Misminay

Your guide will meet you in the hotel lobby after breakfast to head in the direction of the Maras salt mines, where some of the finest salt in the world is extracted. The town of Maras grew in importance in the 17th century with exploitation and commercialization of the “salineras” or saltpans. On the way, you will cross the extensive Maras Pampas, where people farm the land and raise cattle and sheep. Enjoy a stop at the Raqchi viewpoint for never-ending vistas of the Urubamba mountain range and its snow-capped peaks. Passing through the town of Maras you will learn about the facades of the ancient houses, made from finely worked stone, indicative of the economic heights achieved by the town’s population at that time.

You will then visit the Misminay community. Upon arrival, the villagers will give you a warm welcome with music and typical dances. There, you will be able to learn about the Andean families' lifestyle. Enjoy a delicious lunch at an Iskay Maras home prepared with local products.

You will continue with a visit to Moray, a fascinating archeological site with huge concentric terraces, which the Incas used as a botanical laboratory. Here they studied temperature variation from one terrace to another in order to develop different crop varieties. The hardier varieties of seeds were distributed throughout the Inca Empire.


Pachamama Ceremony

In the afternoon you will participate in a very spiritual ceremony of sound and traditional offerings to Mother Earth, Pachamama, conducted by a local shaman. The main objective of Pachamama is to celebrate the connection with Mother Earth, to offer thanks to its great kindness in providing the natural resources that are essential to sustain life. This ritualistic ceremony evokes the spirit of healing using many sacred medicines: Palo Santo, Tayta Sayri, Mama Coca, Agua Florida, Condor’s Feathers, Grandfather Puma, Essences and Incenses. Traditional shamans use many pre-hispanic instruments that have no written musical registers, allowing their own essence shine to heal with joy, love, color and life.

In this ceremonial act guests ask for a Fully Happy Life- "Sumaq Causay"-, renewing energy and initiating a new period of Harmony, Love and Wisdom-"Yacha, Munay and Llankay"

This moving ceremony is sure to energize and inspire you and is a favorite of most guests. An interpreter will assist the shaman in describing the ceremony and the blessings that are offered.

Accommodation: Las Qolqas Eco Resort - Luxury Tent

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

July 15 | Day 4 |  Hike Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

This short version of the Inca Trail trek is the perfect alternative for those on a tight schedule or looking for a less arduous option. The hike of 12 km (7 miles) follows the footsteps of the Incas, through the Sun Gate on one of the most emblematic sections of the Great Inca Trail.

You will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to the Ollantaytambo train station, where you’ll take the train to Km 104. There you’ll begin your guided trek through the outstanding landscapes of the Sacred Valley on your way to the ruins of Wiñay Wayna, taking in the beauty of this archaeological complex, with its impressive agricultural terraces. You will have time to rest and enjoy a re-energizing lunch before returning to the trail, hiking through highland jungle scenery towards the Inti Punku or Sun Gate, which announces arrival at Machu Picchu. From here you’ll be able to see the famous Inca sanctuary from a truly unique angle: a fitting reward at the end of the hike. You will then walk down to the complex itself and board the bus that will take you to the town of Aguas Calientes (the town at the foot of Machu Picchu), where you will check into your hotel.

Total walking distance: 12 km (7.5 miles)
Minimum altitude: 2,200 m. (7200 feet)
Maximum altitude: 2,700 m. (8900 feet)
Total walking time: 5-7 hours
Level of difficulty: 3.5 on a scale of 5

Accommodation: Inkaterra Machu Picchu - Superior Double

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

July 16 | Day 5 | Explore Machu Picchu + Cusco

Machu Picchu needs no explanation; it’s one of the world’s most famous historical sites, located in one of the most amazing locations in the Andean mountains. Even if you’ve seen a million pictures, they won’t compare to the experience of standing in this remarkable Inca sanctuary. To call it a wondrous experience is no exaggeration.

Machu Picchu is one the Seven Wonders of the World. Today's visit with your private guide will expose you to the history, organization and mysteries of this unique Inca complex. You’ll explore the area with its amazing ruins and terraces – an incredible example of Inca engineering skills – together with its photogenic alpacas, all of this against at the stunning backdrop of Huayna Picchu Mountain.

After soaking up the magical energy, you’ll head back down to Aguas Calientes for lunch in a local restaurant, or a tour around the streets of this picturesque town.

Later this afternoon, you will take the Vistadome train back to Ollantaytambo station. Meet your private driver in the train station upon arrival. The driver will be holding a sign board with your names and transfer you the short distance to your hotel.


Accommodation: Hotel Palacio Manco Capac - Deluxe

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

July 17 | Day 6 | Cusco City Tour + Nearby Ruins

Today your private guide will meet you in the hotel lobby to explore Cusco, the Imperial City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your tour will begin at the Koricancha Temple, an ancient Inca palace and cult center of the Sun God, above which the order of the Dominicans built a church that remains standing to this day. The tour also includes a stop at the Plaza de Armas, where you will visit the Cathedral. Continue ascending to the Fortress of Sacsayhuaman, an impressive example of Inca military architecture. Afterwards, you will visit Kenko, an archaeological site where the Sun, Moon and Stars were celebrated.

Accommodation: Hotel Palacio Manco Capac - Deluxe

Meals: Breakfast

July 18 | Day 7 | Market Tour + Cooking Class

Immerse your senses in an exquisite hands-on culinary experience while enjoying breathtaking views of downtown Cusco from a rooftop kitchen.

The experience starts with a visit to a traditional open air San Pedro market. Here you will learn about the region's culinary history and unique ingredients.

Enjoy the fruits of you labor with a delicious lunch at the end of class.


Accommodation: Hotel Palacio Manco Capac - Deluxe

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

July 19 | Day 8 | Lima City Tour + Casa de Aliaga + Larco Museum

This afternoon meet your guide and driver will take you to visit the colonial part of the city of Lima, "The City of the Kings”. You will head to the Historic Center to visit the Convent of Santo Domingo, declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Following, you will visit the stunning Casa de Aliaga, historic house of conqueror Jerónimo de Aliaga, where his descendants still live. Then you will walk to the Plaza Mayor, where you will have the chance to take some pictures of the gorgeous colonial architecture of important buildings that surround it, such as the Government Palace and the Cathedral. The day's final stop will be at the Larco Museum, which houses the unsurpassed private collection of treasures from Ancient Peru with more than five thousand years of Ancient Peru history exhibited through 45,000 pieces.

Accommodation: Pullman Miraflores - Superior Room

Meals: Breakfast

July 20-21 | Days 9-10 | Archaeological Preservation Work at Cero de Oro

Today your private driver will meet you in the morning for the 3 hour drive to Cerro de Oro.

Francesca Fernandini, the archaeologist heading up the conservation and excavation of Cerro de Oro will meet you onsite when you arrive.

Ancient Odysseys has arranged for you to assist Dr. Fernandini in the archaeological conservation work at Cerro de Oro. Your participation will directly impact and benefit the work being done at this important archaeological site.

About the work at Cerro de Oro

During your two-day conservation experience, you will be working alongside Dr. Fernandini who will teach you the methods of conservation . All tools and instruction for conservation are provided.

​You will be working to preserve a 1,500 year-old cemetery and your work will assist in research objectives to study diet, pathologies and the general way of life at the time that people lived here.

Lunch, drinks and snacks are provided for all participants during the day. At the end of your first day of excavation, Dr. Fernandini will join you for a dinner at a local restaurant featuring Afro-Peruvian dance and music.


Accommodation: Villa del Sur Gran Hotel San Vincente de Canete - Standard Room

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


What to Bring:

For the dig, pack comfortable outdoor clothing, hat, sunscreen and thick-soled shoes.


The work associated with working on an excavation can involve certain risks. Excavation work may involve difficult conditions, uneven terrain, unanticipated natural hazards, use of equipment, and/or strenuous manual labor. A general level of fitness is necessary for excavations, such as walking short  and long distances, walking up and down steps and inclines, kneeling, lifting buckets, and sitting on the ground. Most if not all activities will occur outdoors, therefore conservation activities may be curtailed in response to weather. 

An interview with Francesca Fernandini | Archaeologist, Cerro de Oro & PUCP

  1. What makes Cerro de Oro significant?
    Cerro de Oro is in the lower Cañete valley. It’s a monumental settlement of over 150 hectares that presents a profuse and intensive occupation that spans over 1000 years. This city was composed of houses, temples, cemeteries and specialized workshops all made out of tall and thick adobe walls, some of them over 10m high.

  2. What has been most surprising about your discoveries at Cerro de Oro?
    In 2013 we excavated a very complex elite tomb. The remains from this tomb were curated and exhibited in the MALI museum. Currently some of these pieces are in exhibition at the Pachacamac Museum.

  3. What are your current research objectives at Cerro de Oro? 
    My research objectives for the next two years include excavating a 1500 year old cemetery located in a ravine at the site in order to study diet, pathologies and the general way of life. In parallel, we are developing a more holistic community oriented research program that includes the community in decision making and in the directions the project takes. 

  4. What was the most important or rewarding find at Cerro de Oro?
    In 2019 we excavated a household that seems to have been oriented towards textile production. This context is allowing us to explore the entire chain of operation behind textile production, from wool and cotton spinning, to weaving with a waist loom. Remains include different tools such as spades, whorls, looms, waist bands, textiles combs, among other remains. 

July 22 | Day 11 | Drive to Pisco + Overflight Nazca Lines + Overnight Lima

Today your private driver will meet you in the lobby for transfer to the Pisco airport.


Nazca Lines Overflight

Flying over the Nazca Lines from the airport in Pisco has become become a very popular choice for visitors to Peru, because it allows visitors to save up to 6 hours of travel time compared to traveling to the airport in Nazca. This tour offers the chance to see 12 of the world-famous Nazca Lines from onboard a Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft.

During the flight, the pilots will point out the name of the Nazca Lines in English and Spanish, and provide a chance for passengers on both sides of the craft to have a view of each figure. The duration of the flight is 90 minutes, which includes the time that the airplane flies to and from Nazca, and the time it spends flying over the Nazca Lines.

Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.

After lunch your private driver will transfer you back to Lima.


Accommodation: Costa Del Sol Wyndham - Standard Room King

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

July 23 | Day 12 | Depart for Home

A representative will meet you at the hotel to escort you back to the airport for your flight home.

Meals: Breakfast

Inclusions + Exclusions


  • Accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary based on 2 people sharing double occupancy. See hotel descriptions on the Latitude Expeditions website Note: Cost for single supplement is $1050

  • All transfers and tours based on private basis with professional local English speaking guide

  • Meals as indicated (food only)

  • Bottled water while sightseeing and transfers

  • Entrance fees to all attractions; Machu Picchu hiking fees

  • Train tickets per itinerary

  • Round trip flights Lima-Cusco-Lima; Flights over the Nazca Lines

  • Round Trip bus ticket to Machu Picchu to/from Aquas Calientes

  • Portages at the airport and hotels

  • Tax and services charge

  • Donation to the Scientists at Cerro de Oro


  • Any meals, transfers or tours that are not mentioned in the  itinerary

  • Any items of personal nature such as excess baggage, laundry, telephone calls

  • Tips and gratuities to drivers, guides, hotel staff, restaurant’s staff

  • Personal, travel and health insurance

  • Early check in and late check out

  • Optional tours

  • International flight ticket

  • Visa fees and departure tax (if applicable)

  • Alcoholic beverages, unless described in tours or dinners

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