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Inca Trail

I would like to express my deepest and most sincere gratitude to Sap Adventures for an amazing and unforgettable trek along the Inca Trail. From the first email before our trip until our departure from Cusco, everyone at SAP took excellent care of my mom, my aunt, and me, but I especially want to thank our guides: Braulio and Franklin. We literally would not have made it to Machu Picchu without them.
We knew going into the trek that we would be the slowest of the group, but we were unprepared for the altitude sickness and exhaustion. After the first half hour of hiking, we only saw the rest of the group and Braulio at a few rest stops, meals, and in the evenings. When we did see Braulio, he was a wonderful guide; very knowledgeable, outgoing, friendly, and concerned for our well being. At Machu Picchu especially, he demonstrated an extensive archaeological understanding, and my only regret is that we were not fast enough to spend more time with him and the rest of the group. Franclin stuck with us at the back for the entire trek, and I sincerely believe that it was only his patience, encouragement, and care that got us to Machu Picchu.
Beginning on the first day, my aunt unfortunately had a hard time and struggled with altitude sickness and exhaustion. As would become our trend, darkness fell before we reached camp, and we needed to stop every few feet to take a break. But Franclin, who had been with us all day, kept up his enthusiasm and encouragement. Braulio and several porters, despite having already reached camp and seen to the needs of the rest of the group, returned to us for the last part of the trek to light our path and help us for the rest of the way to camp. Once there, they administered oxygen to my aunt and made sure we were as comfortable as possible.
At the beginning of the second day we were amused to see that we had been assigned our own personal porter, Mario, who quietly shadowed us like a guardian angel for all of the second and third days just in case we needed more help. Despite having to take care of three rather slow hikers, Felipe and Mario never complained. I cannot possibly express my appreciation enough. Felipe treated my mom and aunt as if they were his own much-loved and respected mother and aunt, and helped keep my worry for them at bay by pointing out orchids, describing the Inca ruins, and trying to teach me Quechua.
In addition to Felipe, Braulio, and Mario, the other Sap Adventures porters, cooks, and coordinator all helped make the trip amazing.
Linton Smith Lintonsmith32@gmail.com
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Lima City of Kings

Known as the City of Kings, Peru's capital city Lima was founded by Francisco Pizarro on the Day of the Three Kings (Epiphany) in 1535. The Plaza de Armas is the heart of old Lima, and it is here you find the Cathedral, Government Palace and Archbishop's Palace. The Cathedral dates back to the 1700s and houses the remains of the conquistador Pizarro. To get a feel for colonial Lima, take a cab to the Plaza de Armas and watch the changing of the Palace Guard in the afternoon. Walk the streets surrounding the Jirón de la Unión for great examples of Spanish-colonial architecture and to get a taste for life in a large South American city. An optional city tour visits many of the city's highlights.

There are many fine museums in and around the city, including the Museo Rafael Larco Herrera, which houses an equally impressive collection of pottery, mummies and textiles from the Paracas and Nazca cultures. The more affluent districts of Miraflores, Barranco and San Isidro, which are on the coast, offer good nightlife and cafés all within walking distance. Limeños (Lima's residents) are friendly, and the city is filled with excellent restaurants; seafood lovers in particular should be sure to try a ceviche, for which Lima is well known.

We are able to offer 07 options for visiting Lima one of these will be exactly what you have been looking for!!
#01) Lima City Tour
This tour offers the best combination of the different attractions that Lima offers. In Lima standout three historical periods: pre-Columbian, colonial and modern.
We start off our tour with a great panoramic view of La Huaca Pucllana, an old pre-Inca construction dating back to 500 DC. Later on we will head towards the heart of the city to visit its colonial site. Once we get there we will start a nice walking tour that will take us to see various attractions of the city.
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#02) Tour to the Santuary of Pachacamac
Pachacamac was one of the largest religious centres on the Peruvian Coast. It is located at the south of Lima, some 30 kms away, virtually at the foot of the Pacific Ocean. According to archaeologist Pachacamac was the most important pilgrimage centre in ancient Peru, and at its glorious days the place received hundreds of people from all over Peru. Pachacamac contains various pyramids, temples and large plazas, where visitors can enjoy a pleasant walking while exploring the site.
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#03) Tour to Museums of Lima
Without doubt, the city of Lima houses the best museums of South America due to the great array of cultures that flourished on the Peruvian lands. On this opportunity Sap Adventures offers a guided visit to 2 of the best museums in Lima, "The Museum Larco Herrera" & " The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology". Both buildings display fabulous ancient remains of the most important cultures that occupied hundreds of years ago the cost of Peru.
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#04) Tout to the Gold Museum
The Gold Museum of Peru has on displays master pieces found no where else in the world. The Gold Museum houses the largest collection of Gold of Peru, showing unique pieces representing animals, birds, human beings and ancient gods. The Museum also has on displays ancient weapons not only from Peru but from other parts of the world, as well as large rooms containing dozen of textiles from different cultures dating back to 200 BC.
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#05) Full Day Lima Tour

Welcome to Lima, The City of Kings, a city full of history and cultural heritage. Travel with us around Lima and visit the great convent of San Francisco, a colonial gem that still today keeps all the treasures from the Spanish era. Visit some of the best museums in Lima, such as the Gold Museum, Larco Herrera Museum, Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Peru. Explore the ruins of Pachacamac, home of the most important god on the Peruvian coast. Enjoy also our modern Lima.

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#06) 01 Day Tour to Caral
Sap Adventures takes you to know the ancient city of Caral, a spectacular archaeological site made up by big pyramids that were built about 4500 years ago. We invite you to explore this magnificent city which age is only comparable to the earliest civilizations that flourished on our planet, such as; Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, China and Mesoamerican. On our tour we will be able to see an array of buildings in which stand out huge truncated pyramids, circular sunken plazas, amphitheaters, a mysterious monolith.
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#07) Tout to Paracas Reserve and Nazca Lines from Lima
Sap Adventures takes you to visit the highlights of the Peruvian Southern Coast "The Paracas Reserve & the enigmatic Nazca Lines". Join us on this fantastic journey travelling aboard a comfortable bus along the desert. At the Paracas zone we offer you a fantastic boat excursion around the Ballestas Islands, a wonderful place where you can see an amazing marine life. We also visit the Paracas Peninsula with its gorgeous beaches. In the city of Nazca we will take a small plane and will fly over a desert full of straight lines and figures
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