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Day 1 Chiclayo – Chachapoyas
Airport picks up service in Chiclayo and private transportation to Chachapoyas.  We will see beautiful panoramas on our trip to the unspoiled city of Chachapoyas.  Night in beautiful Colonial Mansion, 3 star hostel.  (BL)

Day 2  Karajia-Pinchourco–Chachapoyas
Transfer to Cruz Pata (2.5 hours approx). We will go to the 8-feet high funeral sarcophagus of Karajia (also known by the local as Purunmachus, quechua word that means: purun= wild and machu=old) located on a mountain cliff at about 2,600m (20 minutes downhill hike) and continue with the route of the condors where you can observe from the road more than 20 newly discovered sarcophagi.  Night in Chachapoyas, 3 star hotel. (B, L)

Day 3  Chachapoyas-Inca Trail Levanto – Choctamal
Inca Trail to Chachapoyas (3 hours downhill), lunch in Chachapoyas and night in our Choctamal Marvelous Spatuletail Lodge located in the road to Kuelap, where you can observe hummingbirds and variety of orchids. (B, L, D)

Day 4  Fortress Kuelap
We will spend the day at Fortress Kuelap known as "the Machu Picchu of the North". Kuelap has over 400 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. Overnight in Choctamal Marvelous Spatuletail Lodge(B, L, D)

Day 5 Choctamal-Revash-Leymebamba
On the way to Leymebamba we will see the Revash Ruins. The mausoleums resemble small housing and conglomerates of the same ones, forming miniature "villages". For this circumstance and for their emplacement in stacks, Revash's funeral houses show a curious similarity with the cliff-houses of Colorado. Night in Casa Mallqui. (B, BL,D)

Day 6  Leymebamba - Tajopampa – La Petaca – Diablo Huasi - Chachapoyas

Private transportation to Tajopampa (1 hour) where our horses will be waiting for us for a two hour exploration to the Petaca Tombs, (some of them still contain mummified human remains) and he famous Diablo Huasi (devil house) located on a steep cliff with its variety of mausoleums with skeletons, mummies and burial cloth hanging from the tombs. Horseback to Leymebamba, night in Chachapoyas. (B, L)

Day 7  Chachapoyas – Gocta – Cocachimba
Transfer to the town of Cocachimba.  Three hours hike or horseback (one way) to Gocta waterfall. The measured height of 771 meters. As a result of an expedition lead by Stefan Ziemendorff and Telesforo Santillan (local guide) in March 2006, Gocta waterfall made the international news testifying the remoteness and unfolding discoveries of America’s newly accessible and most pristine ecological and archeological destination. During the hike you will be able to observe variety of hummingbirds, birds, flowers, maybe toucans, monkeys and other species from the region.   Night in Gocta Lodge, overlooking Gocta waterfall. (B, L )

Day 8 Cocachimba – Chiclayo
Transfer to Chiclayo airport for your evening flight to Lima.  (B, BL)

2 paxes                  USD 2,335 p.p.                  
4 paxes or more    USD 2,075 p.p.

THE TOUR INCLUDES:                                                
All entrance fees                                                                    
Transfers to airport or bus station
Meals where noted in the program                                                  
All transportation specified in the program
Transfer between cities
Hotels specified in the program
Bilingual guide
Horses to Tajopampa

Alcoholic beverages
Airport taxes
Internal flights (we can provide upon request)

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Updated 2, 2014