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Machu Picchu Inn-to-Inn Express Trek

From $2,990

  • Experience a challenging high-altitude trek, but with the welcome creature comforts of mountain lodges at the end of every day
  • Journey to Machu Picchu through the Cordillera Vilcabamba, whose glittering icy peaks feed the Amazon
  • Take in breathtaking mountain vistas, including spectacular Mount Salkantay—the highest mountain in the Cordillera and the most sacred peak in Inca mythology

If you love the idea of our challenging multi-day trek to Machu Picchu but want flexibility in terms of dates and pre- and post-trip activities, this is the trip for you. This streamlined adventure, following the Salkantay route, offers the same epic views of sacred Mount Salkantay, the same dramatic but rarely traveled route through the Cordillera Vilcabamba, and the same feeling of accomplishment as our ten-day trip. Cap off each amazing day of hiking with a blissful night in a luxurious mountain lodge. Take in vistas of Machu Picchu other travelers rarely see, and enjoy a full morning of exploration at the legendary sanctuary itself. Join us for an Andean journey you’ll never forget.

Day 1: Arrive at Salkantay Lodge and explore Soraypampa

Plan to arrive a day or two ahead of time. There will be a pre-trek briefing the night before your trek departure.

We'll pick you up at your hotel this morning at 7am to begin the 3½-hour drive to the Salkantay Lodge in Soraypampa (12,750'), where we’ll spend the evening. Along the way we’ll stop to visit the ancient Inca ruins of Tarawasi in Limatambo. The well-preserved archeological site, built from impeccably polished granite, is believed to have been critically important to Inca culture and religion. We'll then pass through the mountain village of Mollepata for a short break, before winding our way up to Marcoccasa. From here, you can continue on to the lodge with our driver, or acclimate yourself with a four-hour trek to Soraypampa on an old and beautiful route called the “Camino Real” (Royal Path).

From the spectacularly situated valley of Soraypampa, you'll enjoy panoramic views, including an unimpeded view of Mount Salkantay from the lodge. At 20,574 feet, Mount Salkantay is the highest peak in the Cordillera Vilcabamba and is considered by climbers to be one of the most difficult. The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure as you adjust to the altitude. After an evening briefing, we'll enjoy aperitifs and a hearty dinner.

(Hiking time: 4 hours — optional)

  • Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Salkantay Lodge

Day 2: Enjoy Salkantay Lodge and hike to a glacier lake

You can choose to spend the day at your leisure or join us for a morning hike to a glacier lake. Hikers will enjoy a panoramic view of the high Vilcabamba Range, and the more adventurous can take a dip in the cool glacial water of Lake Salkantay. Not only is this hike an excellent way to acclimate, it is a good first immersion into high-mountain trekking.

After lunch back at the lodge, trade your glacial swim for a relaxing soak in the outdoor Jacuzzi. We’ll meet up again in the evening for a briefing on gear and the itinerary for the next four days of trekking.

(Hiking time: 3 to 4 hours — optional)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Salkantay Lodge

Day 3: Trek from Soraypampa to Wayra Lodge

Today our trek to Machu Picchu begins in earnest. After an early morning start, we’ll hike up the Río Blanco valley, circling Humantay Peak across from Salkantay. After reaching an altitude of 15,340 feet, we’ll pause a moment in the thin air and take in the views of the surrounding Vilcabamba Range. From there, we’ll descend to Wayra Lodge (12,000') where we can wash away the trail dirt and relax in the Jacuzzi.

(Hiking time: 5 to 7 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Wayra Lodge

Day 4: Head onward to Huayraccmachay Lodge and Collpa Lodge

After a leisurely breakfast at Wayra Lodge, we'll head through an increasingly verdant landscape down to the Collpapampa Valley. The change in scenery is dramatic, from the harsh alpine territory above to pastureland and lush, jungle vegetation below.

On arrival at the next lodge we are met with a Pachamanca-style lunch (subject to availability), where meats and vegetables are cooked underground with hot stones. Our rest spot for the evening, Collpa Lodge, is located on an open promontory at the confluence of three rivers. It sits in this relatively lower region (10,300') in the cloud forest, with orchids and butterflies all around. The outdoor hot tub at this lodge has amazing views of lush green mountains and small, distant towns.

(Hiking time: 3 to 4 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Collpa Lodge

Day 5: Follow lush trails to Lucma Lodge

After an early breakfast we’ll continue downhill through the slightly more populated rural areas of the Santa Teresa River Valley. The lush trail will take us past tropical fruit orchards, coffee plantations, and dazzling wildflowers of all sorts. We’ll rest alongside the river for lunch, and from there it is a short climb to Lucma Lodge (6,600'), hidden away in a wooded tropical enclave. We’ll arrive in time to explore the village and meet some of the locals.

(Hiking time: 6 to 8 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Lucma Lodge

Day 6: Final trek from Lucma to Aguas Calientes

After an early start and a hearty breakfast, we’ll begin the final day of our trek. We’ll head uphill towards Llactapata Pass (8,900'), where we'll get our first glimpse of Machu Picchu off in the distance—a view that few tourists ever get. As an added bonus, we’ll see the recently restored Llactapata Ruins, before enjoying lunch at an observatory with more views of Machu Picchu.

We'll then begin our final descent to the Urubamba River through lush bamboo forests, more orchards and coffee plantations, and diverse mountain terrain. At the end of the trek, we’ll board the train for the scenic, 30-minute ride to the village of Aguas Calientes, the gateway to Machu Picchu. After checking in to our hotel, you can enjoy the hotel’s spa, or go shopping for alpaca-wool hats, sweaters, and blankets for which the region is well known.

(Hiking time: 4 to 6 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

Day 7: Explore Machu Picchu

We’ll spend the last day of our trip inside Machu Picchu, the “Lost City of the Incas.” After an early breakfast at the hotel, we make our way to the bus station for the 30-minute ride up to Machu Picchu. By arriving early in the morning we have the opportunity to explore the sprawling ruins before the train arrives with day visitors.

Built in the mid-15th century, Machu Picchu was a sanctuary or retreat for Inca royalty. The landscape here is stunning, with orchids on the ground and a massive cliff face known as Huayna Picchu towering overhead. Our knowledgeable guides will help us understand the significance of the many temples, sanctuaries, and parks found here during a two-hour guided tour. You’ll will then have about four additional hours to explore on your own.

We’ll return to Aguas Calientes for lunch, and then take the four-hour train ride to Cusco. Upon arrival, we will transfer you to your hotel (tonight's accommodation is not included in the Land cost). Alternatively, we recommend spending an extra night at Machu Picchu. Even though you have enought tome to see the core of Machu Picchu during the regular itinerary, most visitors realize that they would have liked to stay longer since there is so much to explore!

  • Breakfast/Lunch

Sep 06 - 12, 2015

Oct 01 - 07, 2015

Oct 20 - 26, 2015

Oct 25 - 31, 2015

Oct 26, 2015 - Nov 01, 2015

Oct 27, 2015 - Nov 02, 2015

Oct 29, 2015 - Nov 04, 2015

Oct 29, 2015 - Nov 04, 2015

Oct 30, 2015 - Nov 05, 2015

Oct 31, 2015 - Nov 06, 2015

Nov 05 - 11, 2015

Nov 11 - 17, 2015

Nov 23 - 29, 2015

Nov 24 - 30, 2015

Nov 25, 2015 - Dec 01, 2015

Nov 28, 2015 - Dec 04, 2015

Nov 29, 2015 - Dec 05, 2015

Nov 30, 2015 - Dec 06, 2015

Dec 04 - 10, 2015

Dec 06 - 12, 2015

Dec 07 - 13, 2015

Dec 11 - 17, 2015

Dec 12 - 18, 2015

Dec 13 - 19, 2015

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Dec 31, 2015 - Jan 06, 2016

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Mar 23 - 29, 2016

Mar 24 - 30, 2016

Mar 27, 2016 - Apr 02, 2016

Mar 29, 2016 - Apr 04, 2016

Mar 30, 2016 - Apr 05, 2016

Mar 31, 2016 - Apr 06, 2016

Apr 02 - 08, 2016

Apr 06 - 12, 2016

Apr 07 - 13, 2016

Apr 08 - 14, 2016

Apr 11 - 17, 2016

Apr 15 - 21, 2016

Apr 16 - 22, 2016

Apr 19 - 25, 2016

Apr 22 - 28, 2016

Apr 24 - 30, 2016

Apr 26, 2016 - May 02, 2016

May 01 - 07, 2016

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May 04 - 10, 2016

May 06 - 12, 2016

May 07 - 13, 2016

May 10 - 16, 2016

May 11 - 17, 2016

May 12 - 18, 2016

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May 29, 2016 - Jun 04, 2016

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Jun 11 - 17, 2016

Jun 14 - 20, 2016

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Jul 08 - 14, 2016

Jul 13 - 19, 2016

Jul 15 - 21, 2016

Jul 17 - 23, 2016

Jul 20 - 26, 2016

Jul 22 - 28, 2016

Jul 23 - 29, 2016

Jul 29, 2016 - Aug 04, 2016

Aug 02 - 08, 2016

Aug 05 - 11, 2016

Aug 07 - 13, 2016

Aug 10 - 16, 2016

Aug 17 - 23, 2016

Aug 20 - 26, 2016

Aug 24 - 30, 2016

Aug 26, 2016 - Sep 01, 2016

Sep 01 - 07, 2016

Sep 02 - 08, 2016

Sep 07 - 13, 2016

Sep 09 - 15, 2016

Sep 14 - 20, 2016

Sep 16 - 22, 2016

Sep 17 - 23, 2016

Sep 19 - 25, 2016

Sep 23 - 29, 2016

Sep 28, 2016 - Oct 04, 2016

Sep 29, 2016 - Oct 05, 2016

Sep 30, 2016 - Oct 06, 2016

Oct 04 - 10, 2016

Oct 05 - 11, 2016

Oct 12 - 18, 2016

Oct 15 - 21, 2016

Oct 19 - 25, 2016

Oct 21 - 27, 2016

Oct 24 - 30, 2016

Oct 26, 2016 - Nov 01, 2016

Oct 27, 2016 - Nov 02, 2016

Oct 28, 2016 - Nov 03, 2016

Oct 31, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016

Nov 02 - 08, 2016

Nov 07 - 13, 2016

Nov 11 - 17, 2016

Nov 16 - 22, 2016

Nov 19 - 25, 2016

Nov 21 - 27, 2016

Nov 22 - 28, 2016

Nov 23 - 29, 2016

Nov 24 - 30, 2016

Nov 27, 2016 - Dec 03, 2016

Nov 28, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016

Nov 30, 2016 - Dec 06, 2016

Dec 01 - 07, 2016

Dec 02 - 08, 2016

Dec 04 - 10, 2016

Dec 05 - 11, 2016

Dec 13 - 19, 2016

Dec 14 - 20, 2016

Dec 15 - 21, 2016

Dec 16 - 22, 2016

Dec 18 - 24, 2016

Dec 20 - 26, 2016

Dec 23 - 29, 2016

Dec 24 - 30, 2016

Dec 25 - 31, 2016

Dec 28, 2016 - Jan 03, 2017

Dec 30, 2016 - Jan 05, 2017

Dec 31, 2016 - Jan 06, 2017

pricing

2015 PRICES
Mar 1-31 & Nov 1 - Dec 14 (low season)

$3,090 per person
$1,545 Single Supplement

Apr 1 to Oct 31 & Dec 15-31 (high season)
$3,590 per person
$1,795 Single Supplement

2016 PRICES
Mar 1-31 & Nov 1 - Dec 14 (low season)

$3,240 per person
$1,620 Single Supplement

Apr 1 to Oct 31 & Dec 15-31 (high season)
$3,750 per person
$1,875 Single Supplement

Prices are per person, based on double occupancy. If you are traveling solo and prefer single accommodations, the listed Single Supplement applies. If you’re traveling solo but wish to share accommodations with another traveler, we’ll try our best to find you a roommate (same gender only). If no roommate can be found, you will be charged 50% of the single supplement.

(Note that dates listed here does NOT guarantee availability on those dates. Availability changes daily and cannot be accurately presented on this website or in our itineraries. Please be sure to call for up-to-date information on availability for any date(s) that you are interested in.)

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Collpa Lodge

In an open promontory at the confluence of three rivers, Collpa Lodge sits in a cloud forest, with orchids and butterflies all around. The outdoor hot tub in this lodge has prominent views of lush green mountains and a small, far-away, local town.

Lucma Lodge

Built at the head of the Inca trail, this elegant lodge sits amid avocado and coffee orchards within the archeological reserve. The walls of windows in the sitting area and dining room open the space to the grandeur of the rainforest's natural surroundings.

Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

A luxury boutique hotel just steps from the train, but a secluded natural paradise. Located in the small town of Aguas Calientes on the banks of the Urubamba River, the Pueblo Hotel was rated by Travel + Leisure readers  as a top 500 hotel of the world in 2006. Rustic elegance distinguishes the private bungalows, each with its own fireplace, and the lush gardens are home to orchids, exotic birds and other flora and fauna.

Salkantay Lodge

Nestled in the Andean valley of Soraypampa, at 12,500 feet, Salkantay Lodge is designed as a harmonious blend of nature and comfort. Enjoy excellent organic Peruvian cuisine, an outdoor Jacuzzi, and well-appointed rooms.

Wayra Lodge

This charming lodge hovers on a secluded windy stretch of valley beneath Humantay mountain. The stone and thatch structure, in characteristic Andean style, houses comfortable, elegant quarters managed with care by the owners, a local family.

  • Experience a challenging high-altitude trek, but with the welcome creature comforts of mountain lodges at the end of every day
  • Journey to Machu Picchu through the Cordillera Vilcabamba, whose glittering icy peaks feed the Amazon
  • Take in breathtaking mountain vistas, including spectacular Mount Salkantay—the highest mountain in the Cordillera and the most sacred peak in Inca mythology

If you love the idea of our challenging multi-day trek to Machu Picchu but want flexibility in terms of dates and pre- and post-trip activities, this is the trip for you. This streamlined adventure, following the Salkantay route, offers the same epic views of sacred Mount Salkantay, the same dramatic but rarely traveled route through the Cordillera Vilcabamba, and the same feeling of accomplishment as our ten-day trip. Cap off each amazing day of hiking with a blissful night in a luxurious mountain lodge. Take in vistas of Machu Picchu other travelers rarely see, and enjoy a full morning of exploration at the legendary sanctuary itself. Join us for an Andean journey you’ll never forget.

DAILY itinerary

Day 1: Arrive at Salkantay Lodge and explore Soraypampa

Plan to arrive a day or two ahead of time. There will be a pre-trek briefing the night before your trek departure.

We'll pick you up at your hotel this morning at 7am to begin the 3½-hour drive to the Salkantay Lodge in Soraypampa (12,750'), where we’ll spend the evening. Along the way we’ll stop to visit the ancient Inca ruins of Tarawasi in Limatambo. The well-preserved archeological site, built from impeccably polished granite, is believed to have been critically important to Inca culture and religion. We'll then pass through the mountain village of Mollepata for a short break, before winding our way up to Marcoccasa. From here, you can continue on to the lodge with our driver, or acclimate yourself with a four-hour trek to Soraypampa on an old and beautiful route called the “Camino Real” (Royal Path).

From the spectacularly situated valley of Soraypampa, you'll enjoy panoramic views, including an unimpeded view of Mount Salkantay from the lodge. At 20,574 feet, Mount Salkantay is the highest peak in the Cordillera Vilcabamba and is considered by climbers to be one of the most difficult. The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure as you adjust to the altitude. After an evening briefing, we'll enjoy aperitifs and a hearty dinner.

(Hiking time: 4 hours — optional)

  • Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Salkantay Lodge

Day 2: Enjoy Salkantay Lodge and hike to a glacier lake

You can choose to spend the day at your leisure or join us for a morning hike to a glacier lake. Hikers will enjoy a panoramic view of the high Vilcabamba Range, and the more adventurous can take a dip in the cool glacial water of Lake Salkantay. Not only is this hike an excellent way to acclimate, it is a good first immersion into high-mountain trekking.

After lunch back at the lodge, trade your glacial swim for a relaxing soak in the outdoor Jacuzzi. We’ll meet up again in the evening for a briefing on gear and the itinerary for the next four days of trekking.

(Hiking time: 3 to 4 hours — optional)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Salkantay Lodge

Day 3: Trek from Soraypampa to Wayra Lodge

Today our trek to Machu Picchu begins in earnest. After an early morning start, we’ll hike up the Río Blanco valley, circling Humantay Peak across from Salkantay. After reaching an altitude of 15,340 feet, we’ll pause a moment in the thin air and take in the views of the surrounding Vilcabamba Range. From there, we’ll descend to Wayra Lodge (12,000') where we can wash away the trail dirt and relax in the Jacuzzi.

(Hiking time: 5 to 7 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Wayra Lodge

Day 4: Head onward to Huayraccmachay Lodge and Collpa Lodge

After a leisurely breakfast at Wayra Lodge, we'll head through an increasingly verdant landscape down to the Collpapampa Valley. The change in scenery is dramatic, from the harsh alpine territory above to pastureland and lush, jungle vegetation below.

On arrival at the next lodge we are met with a Pachamanca-style lunch (subject to availability), where meats and vegetables are cooked underground with hot stones. Our rest spot for the evening, Collpa Lodge, is located on an open promontory at the confluence of three rivers. It sits in this relatively lower region (10,300') in the cloud forest, with orchids and butterflies all around. The outdoor hot tub at this lodge has amazing views of lush green mountains and small, distant towns.

(Hiking time: 3 to 4 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Collpa Lodge

Day 5: Follow lush trails to Lucma Lodge

After an early breakfast we’ll continue downhill through the slightly more populated rural areas of the Santa Teresa River Valley. The lush trail will take us past tropical fruit orchards, coffee plantations, and dazzling wildflowers of all sorts. We’ll rest alongside the river for lunch, and from there it is a short climb to Lucma Lodge (6,600'), hidden away in a wooded tropical enclave. We’ll arrive in time to explore the village and meet some of the locals.

(Hiking time: 6 to 8 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Lucma Lodge

Day 6: Final trek from Lucma to Aguas Calientes

After an early start and a hearty breakfast, we’ll begin the final day of our trek. We’ll head uphill towards Llactapata Pass (8,900'), where we'll get our first glimpse of Machu Picchu off in the distance—a view that few tourists ever get. As an added bonus, we’ll see the recently restored Llactapata Ruins, before enjoying lunch at an observatory with more views of Machu Picchu.

We'll then begin our final descent to the Urubamba River through lush bamboo forests, more orchards and coffee plantations, and diverse mountain terrain. At the end of the trek, we’ll board the train for the scenic, 30-minute ride to the village of Aguas Calientes, the gateway to Machu Picchu. After checking in to our hotel, you can enjoy the hotel’s spa, or go shopping for alpaca-wool hats, sweaters, and blankets for which the region is well known.

(Hiking time: 4 to 6 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

Day 7: Explore Machu Picchu

We’ll spend the last day of our trip inside Machu Picchu, the “Lost City of the Incas.” After an early breakfast at the hotel, we make our way to the bus station for the 30-minute ride up to Machu Picchu. By arriving early in the morning we have the opportunity to explore the sprawling ruins before the train arrives with day visitors.

Built in the mid-15th century, Machu Picchu was a sanctuary or retreat for Inca royalty. The landscape here is stunning, with orchids on the ground and a massive cliff face known as Huayna Picchu towering overhead. Our knowledgeable guides will help us understand the significance of the many temples, sanctuaries, and parks found here during a two-hour guided tour. You’ll will then have about four additional hours to explore on your own.

We’ll return to Aguas Calientes for lunch, and then take the four-hour train ride to Cusco. Upon arrival, we will transfer you to your hotel (tonight's accommodation is not included in the Land cost). Alternatively, we recommend spending an extra night at Machu Picchu. Even though you have enought tome to see the core of Machu Picchu during the regular itinerary, most visitors realize that they would have liked to stay longer since there is so much to explore!

  • Breakfast/Lunch

Collpa Lodge

In an open promontory at the confluence of three rivers, Collpa Lodge sits in a cloud forest, with orchids and butterflies all around. The outdoor hot tub in this lodge has prominent views of lush green mountains and a small, far-away, local town.

Lucma Lodge

Built at the head of the Inca trail, this elegant lodge sits amid avocado and coffee orchards within the archeological reserve. The walls of windows in the sitting area and dining room open the space to the grandeur of the rainforest's natural surroundings.

Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

A luxury boutique hotel just steps from the train, but a secluded natural paradise. Located in the small town of Aguas Calientes on the banks of the Urubamba River, the Pueblo Hotel was rated by Travel + Leisure readers  as a top 500 hotel of the world in 2006. Rustic elegance distinguishes the private bungalows, each with its own fireplace, and the lush gardens are home to orchids, exotic birds and other flora and fauna.

Salkantay Lodge

Nestled in the Andean valley of Soraypampa, at 12,500 feet, Salkantay Lodge is designed as a harmonious blend of nature and comfort. Enjoy excellent organic Peruvian cuisine, an outdoor Jacuzzi, and well-appointed rooms.

Wayra Lodge

This charming lodge hovers on a secluded windy stretch of valley beneath Humantay mountain. The stone and thatch structure, in characteristic Andean style, houses comfortable, elegant quarters managed with care by the owners, a local family.

Dates and Pricing

Sep 06 - 12, 2015

Oct 01 - 07, 2015

Oct 20 - 26, 2015

Oct 25 - 31, 2015

Oct 26, 2015 - Nov 01, 2015

Oct 27, 2015 - Nov 02, 2015

Oct 29, 2015 - Nov 04, 2015

Oct 29, 2015 - Nov 04, 2015

Oct 30, 2015 - Nov 05, 2015

Oct 31, 2015 - Nov 06, 2015

Nov 05 - 11, 2015

Nov 11 - 17, 2015

Nov 23 - 29, 2015

Nov 24 - 30, 2015

Nov 25, 2015 - Dec 01, 2015

Nov 28, 2015 - Dec 04, 2015

Nov 29, 2015 - Dec 05, 2015

Nov 30, 2015 - Dec 06, 2015

Dec 04 - 10, 2015

Dec 06 - 12, 2015

Dec 07 - 13, 2015

Dec 11 - 17, 2015

Dec 12 - 18, 2015

Dec 13 - 19, 2015

Dec 24 - 30, 2015

Dec 25 - 31, 2015

Dec 31, 2015 - Jan 06, 2016

Mar 05 - 11, 2016

Mar 06 - 12, 2016

Mar 07 - 13, 2016

Mar 12 - 18, 2016

Mar 13 - 19, 2016

Mar 14 - 20, 2016

Mar 16 - 22, 2016

Mar 17 - 23, 2016

Mar 18 - 24, 2016

Mar 20 - 26, 2016

Mar 22 - 28, 2016

Mar 23 - 29, 2016

Mar 24 - 30, 2016

Mar 27, 2016 - Apr 02, 2016

Mar 29, 2016 - Apr 04, 2016

Mar 30, 2016 - Apr 05, 2016

Mar 31, 2016 - Apr 06, 2016

Apr 02 - 08, 2016

Apr 06 - 12, 2016

Apr 07 - 13, 2016

Apr 08 - 14, 2016

Apr 11 - 17, 2016

Apr 15 - 21, 2016

Apr 16 - 22, 2016

Apr 19 - 25, 2016

Apr 22 - 28, 2016

Apr 24 - 30, 2016

Apr 26, 2016 - May 02, 2016

May 01 - 07, 2016

May 03 - 09, 2016

May 04 - 10, 2016

May 06 - 12, 2016

May 07 - 13, 2016

May 10 - 16, 2016

May 11 - 17, 2016

May 12 - 18, 2016

May 15 - 21, 2016

May 17 - 23, 2016

May 29, 2016 - Jun 04, 2016

Jun 01 - 07, 2016

Jun 02 - 08, 2016

Jun 03 - 09, 2016

Jun 09 - 15, 2016

Jun 10 - 16, 2016

Jun 11 - 17, 2016

Jun 14 - 20, 2016

Jun 16 - 22, 2016

Jun 22 - 28, 2016

Jun 23 - 29, 2016

Jun 24 - 30, 2016

Jun 25, 2016 - Jul 01, 2016

Jun 28, 2016 - Jul 04, 2016

Jun 30, 2016 - Jul 06, 2016

Jul 06 - 12, 2016

Jul 08 - 14, 2016

Jul 13 - 19, 2016

Jul 15 - 21, 2016

Jul 17 - 23, 2016

Jul 20 - 26, 2016

Jul 22 - 28, 2016

Jul 23 - 29, 2016

Jul 29, 2016 - Aug 04, 2016

Aug 02 - 08, 2016

Aug 05 - 11, 2016

Aug 07 - 13, 2016

Aug 10 - 16, 2016

Aug 17 - 23, 2016

Aug 20 - 26, 2016

Aug 24 - 30, 2016

Aug 26, 2016 - Sep 01, 2016

Sep 01 - 07, 2016

Sep 02 - 08, 2016

Sep 07 - 13, 2016

Sep 09 - 15, 2016

Sep 14 - 20, 2016

Sep 16 - 22, 2016

Sep 17 - 23, 2016

Sep 19 - 25, 2016

Sep 23 - 29, 2016

Sep 28, 2016 - Oct 04, 2016

Sep 29, 2016 - Oct 05, 2016

Sep 30, 2016 - Oct 06, 2016

Oct 04 - 10, 2016

Oct 05 - 11, 2016

Oct 12 - 18, 2016

Oct 15 - 21, 2016

Oct 19 - 25, 2016

Oct 21 - 27, 2016

Oct 24 - 30, 2016

Oct 26, 2016 - Nov 01, 2016

Oct 27, 2016 - Nov 02, 2016

Oct 28, 2016 - Nov 03, 2016

Oct 31, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016

Nov 02 - 08, 2016

Nov 07 - 13, 2016

Nov 11 - 17, 2016

Nov 16 - 22, 2016

Nov 19 - 25, 2016

Nov 21 - 27, 2016

Nov 22 - 28, 2016

Nov 23 - 29, 2016

Nov 24 - 30, 2016

Nov 27, 2016 - Dec 03, 2016

Nov 28, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016

Nov 30, 2016 - Dec 06, 2016

Dec 01 - 07, 2016

Dec 02 - 08, 2016

Dec 04 - 10, 2016

Dec 05 - 11, 2016

Dec 13 - 19, 2016

Dec 14 - 20, 2016

Dec 15 - 21, 2016

Dec 16 - 22, 2016

Dec 18 - 24, 2016

Dec 20 - 26, 2016

Dec 23 - 29, 2016

Dec 24 - 30, 2016

Dec 25 - 31, 2016

Dec 28, 2016 - Jan 03, 2017

Dec 30, 2016 - Jan 05, 2017

Dec 31, 2016 - Jan 06, 2017

pricing

2015 PRICES
Mar 1-31 & Nov 1 - Dec 14 (low season)

$3,090 per person
$1,545 Single Supplement

Apr 1 to Oct 31 & Dec 15-31 (high season)
$3,590 per person
$1,795 Single Supplement

2016 PRICES
Mar 1-31 & Nov 1 - Dec 14 (low season)

$3,240 per person
$1,620 Single Supplement

Apr 1 to Oct 31 & Dec 15-31 (high season)
$3,750 per person
$1,875 Single Supplement

Prices are per person, based on double occupancy. If you are traveling solo and prefer single accommodations, the listed Single Supplement applies. If you’re traveling solo but wish to share accommodations with another traveler, we’ll try our best to find you a roommate (same gender only). If no roommate can be found, you will be charged 50% of the single supplement.

(Note that dates listed here does NOT guarantee availability on those dates. Availability changes daily and cannot be accurately presented on this website or in our itineraries. Please be sure to call for up-to-date information on availability for any date(s) that you are interested in.)

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