Fascinating PeruNovember 22 - 30, 2022
In conjunction with Kosher Horizons
Trip Dates: November 22 – 30, 2022 (Thanksgiving)
Trip Length: 8 days / 7 nights
Trip Level: 3 – Moderate
Trip Type: Luxury / Adventure
Spend 8 days experiencing this amazing and colorful country, from the high Andes to the depths of the Amazon rainforest.
Explore the incredible landscapes, sites, and culture of Cusco and the Sacred Valley.
Visit the world-famous Machu Picchu by luxury Vistadome train and marvel at one of the most spectacular sights on earth.
Journey deep into the Amazon rainforest and encounter unique wildlife and other-worldly landscapes. Look for monkeys, sloths, and giant river otters, visit a parrot clay lick, cruise down the rivers, even go on a nighttime jungle trek – and lots, lots more.
Stay in a lovely boutique hotel in Cusco and our exclusive lodge in the Amazon, while enjoying world-class cuisine throughout.
Trip Dates and Timing:
The return flight departs Puerto Maldonado Wednesday afternoon November 30th and arrives to the U.S. the morning of Thursday, December 1st.
Prepare to be wowed by lavish breakfast buffets, delicious packed lunches, and elegant sit-down dinners complete with fine wines – not to mention heimisha and warm Shabbos Seudas.
- All transport and transfers, including the luxurious Vistadome train to Machu Picchu
- All hotels, lodges, and resort fees
- All activities, admission fees, fuel surcharges, guides, permits, etc.
- Full exclusive catering
- Fine wines at dinner, plus hard alcohol on Shabbos
- Internal commercial flight between Cusco and Puerto Maldonado in the Peruvian Amazon
What's Not Included:
- Airfare to or from Peru
- Items of a personal nature (spa services, souvenirs, etc.)
- Optional guides, drivers, and chef tips
- Travel insurance
Plan It Rite / Kosher Horizons shall take no responsibility or liability for any other expenses incurred, including but not limited to non-refundable airline tickets, personal, or property damage before, during, or after the duration of this trip. A signed limit of liability form and medical release form may be required to attend this trip.
The above itinerary is intended as a guide only and may change based on weather, group preferences, or other reasons.
Each of our trips are rated Level 1 through 5, to help you pick the adventure that’s right for you. Please note that these levels are just to give you a general idea of the level of physical activity in each trip. Often, a trip will fall between levels, or will include one day or activity that bumps it to the next higher level. Always feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions about your ability to participate in any trip.
1 – Very Easy: not much physical activity, optional easy walks or hikes. Ideal for anyone in any level of fitness. Example trip: Antarctica.
2 – Easy: longer walks or drives over uneven terrain, but no strenuous activities. Ideal for nearly anyone. Example trip: African Safari.
3 – Moderate: Some hikes or active activities, longer hours, and/or colder temperatures. Ideal for anyone in an average level of fitness. Example trip: Iceland Aurora Chase.
4 – Strenuous: Longer hikes, moderate elevation gain, and/or extreme temperatures. For anyone in decent-to-great physical condition. Example trip: Svalbard Arctic Adventure.
5 – Extreme: Multi-day hikes, very high elevation gain, and extreme temperatures. Must be in excellent physical condition. Example trip: Climb Kilimanjaro.
We offer a variety of different trip types to suit every kind of traveler. Sometimes trips will fall between categories, and will be marked as such. Please feel to contact us if you have any questions regarding the trip types.
Also note that if there’s a trip you like but would love to see it done as a different type, please let us know – we can customize any sort of trip to your exact tastes.
Luxury: Our highest-end trips are marked as Luxury, and for good reason. On these trips we fly down an entire catering team to provide a constant stream of decadent meals and snacks, stay at luxurious hotels and resorts, and even charter private aircraft when needed in order to maximize our time and comfort. These trips typically have a more relaxed pace than the others as well.
Adventure: For when you want to pack it all in. Adventure trips are for smaller groups, often shorter, and the days (and nights!) are completely packed. We travel lightly, cover a ton of ground, and prioritize practical lodging over luxury. Our food is more simple, homestyle, and delicious, prepared ahead of time by our caterer.
Photography: Photography trips are very similar to the Adventure ones, except that they are primarily photography-focused. These trips are geared to photographers of all levels who want to learn and photograph exotic landscapes and wildlife. Non-photographers are always welcome, but should be aware that we spend a lot of time in a single location and tend to have lots of early mornings and late nights.