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Day 1 Cajamarca – Leymebamba
Airport picks up service in Cajamarca . Our bus climbs the sweeping cold cordillera and descends into an oven dry valley to cross the main trunk Marañon River. Here a coastal Chimu Colony uses their irrigation skills to grow exotic tropical fruits in a micro ecological system. We go up to Leymebamba to spend the night. Night in Centro Mallqui. (BL, D)

Day 2 Leymebamba – Centro Mallqui Museum – Revash - Choctamal
Now we get to see Peru's brand new Centro Mallqui Museum that the Austrians donated for this unique 1998 discovery at Lake of the Condors (you have seen on the Discovery Channel). The 219 mummies are here along with many artifacts. We will have lunch at the Kentikafe overlooking the museum and a variety of hummingbirds that visit this area. On the way to Choctamal we will visit Revash Mausoleums (two hours hike). Revash Mausoleums are small rectangular miniature houses located under the shelter of the rock. (also called Chullpas). Night in Choctamal MS Lodge., where you can observe variety of hummingbirds, specially the endemic marvelous spatuletail hummingbird. (B, L, D)

Day 3 Choctamal- Kuelap – Leymebamba
After breakfast we will travel by car for 35 minutes from Choctamal Lodge to Kuelap. The fortress of Kuelap , associated with the Chachapoyas culture, consists of massive exterior stone walls containing more than four hundred buildings inside 3 levels of walls and is the largest stone structure in the Americas. Orchids and bromeliads cover the walls and trees inside this fortress. Kuelap is precariously perched on a mountain ridge at about 3000m, the structure overlooks the Utcubamba Valley in northern Peru, is roughly 600 meters in length and 110 meters in width. The 20m high fortress walls are impressive with an entrance that is trapezoidal and narrows rapidly (as a defense). Inside there are the remains of many small round houses, some with a zigzag or diamond pattern in their terraces. Archaeological evidence shows that the structure was started before 800 AD. We will spend the night in Casa Mallqui in Leymebamba. (B, BL, D) 

Day 4 Leymebamba - Cajamarca
Private transfer to Cajamarca. (B, BL)

2 paxes USD 1,391 p.p. 
4 paxes or more USD 1,293 p.p.

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Meals where noted in the program 
All transportation specified in the program
Transfer between cities
Hotels specified in the program
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Alcoholic beverages
Airport taxes
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Updated 2, 2014