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Accommodations

HOTEL JOSÉ ANTONIO EXECUTIIVE

Lima
Relax in the tranquility of this hotel’s seaside location in fashionable Miraflores. Each of the hotel’s spacious guest rooms features individual climate controls, minibar, direct-dial telephone, radio, cable television, a personal safe and private bathroom with hair dryer.

HOTEL JOSÉ ANTONIO
Cuzco
This modern hotel is located in the heart of an ancient city and just minutes from Cuzco’s main square. Each large guest room features cable television, direct-dial telephone, Internet access, radio, individual climate controls, a personal safe, minibar and private bathroom with hair dryer.

INKATERRA MACHU PIICCHU
Aguas Calientes
Built to look like an Andean village, the Inkaterra sits at the foot of Machu Picchu. The hotel offers a unique experience for its guests. The grounds feature more than three miles of nature paths and the hotel also offers tours of its tea plantation. Stay in well-appointed casitas and enjoy a comfortable room with a sitting area and a spacious bathroom.

HOTEL JOSÉ ANTONIO

Puno
Take in a scenic view of Lake Titicaca from this hotel, located on the lakeshore. Inca influenced and contemporary Peruvian art accent the hotel’s modern architecture. Guest rooms have every modern comfort, including cable television, wireless Internet, direct-dial telephone, minibar and private bathroom.

Peru Featuring Machu Picchu
 

Peru, Featuring Machu Picchu    
January 10 - 20, 2010                                          
 

Nestled in the Andes Mountains, Peru is a storied land where vast Incan civilizations once flourished and Spanish conquistadors ruled. Enjoy cosmopolitan and colonial Lima, with its historic Plaza Mayor, landmark Cathedral, and prestigious Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History. From Cuzco, the former capital and holy city of the Incan empire, visit the Saycsahuaman temple and Puka Pukara fortress. Marvel at the ruins in mesmerizing Machu Picchu. Journey to Ollantaytambo fortress, where giant monoliths crown a grand staircase, and the Andean village of Chinchero, with its colorful local market. Enjoy a spectacular rail journey from Cuzco to the beautiful city of Puno on the shore of Lake Titicaca. Cruise to the Floating Island of Los Uros and Isla Taquile for a truly unique experience. Join us for a travel adventure you will never forget.

 

DAY-BY-DAY ITINERARY

INCLUDED FEATURES

EXCLUSIVE AHI  EXTRAS

Explore the beautiful capital city of Lima.

See Peru’s largest collection of pre-Columbian artifacts with an expert guide.

Meet the archaeologist who discovered the Inca mummies to discuss his finds.

Immerse yourself in the culture and history of Cuzco, the ancient Inca capital.

Stay overnight at Machu Picchu at a boutique hotel in the cloud forest.

Take your time exploring this ancient complex of palaces and temples.

Journey to the Andean village and colorful Peruvian market of Chinchero,with its magnificent views overlooking the Sacred Valley of the Inca.

Take a scenic train ride to Puno, Peru’s folkloric capital.

Discover the fascinating reed islands of Lake Titicaca.

 

Cost  Special Tulane pricing is from approximately $3495 per person, plus airfare and V.A.T., based on double occupancy. An Air Program will be offered.

Booking  For booking information please contact Alumni Holidays International at 800-323-7373, or  Tulane Alumni Travel at 877-488-5263.

Specific trip details (itinerary, meals, sightseeing & accommodations) will be published in the brochure.

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Alumni Relations, Tulane University, 6319 Willow Street, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5901 alumni@tulane.edu