Itineraries to Inspire
The following sample itineraries have been selected to give you an idea of the sorts of personalized travel experiences that we design for our guests. These are not packaged tours. All of our trips are individually customized, so be aware that your experience will undoubtedly vary in certain details. Feel free to browse these samples for inspiration, and start thinking about the travel experience that you will have when you choose a private, tailor-made journey from Kuoda Travel. We want you to have the experience of your dreams, not someone else's, and we are here to talk through your ideas and help you make those dreams a reality.
Explore the ruins of the Inca Empire and the stunning landscapes of the Sacred Valley. You will begin your tour with visits to the Inca sites of Saqsayhuaman, Pisac, and Ollantaytambo. Then you will make your way to Machu Picchu for a private tour as well as have some time to explore the site on your own. After this, you will visit other Inca sites such as the terraces at Moray, before returning to Cusco.
Take a short boat trip to the Reserva Amazonica luxury lodge in the heart of the Tambopata Nature Reserve in Southern Peru. There you'll stay in your own private cabin and spend your days taking part in your choice of exciting activities with knowledgeable local guides. After leaving Tambopata, you'll travel to Cusco, which you will use as a base for visits to the Sacred Valley and the world-famous Machu Picchu.
Travel to the White City, Arequipa, where you will see the world famous ice-mummy, Juanita, and watch condors in Colca Canyon. Then journey to Lake Titicaca and visit indigenous communities who still live on man-made, floating islands. After this, you will travel to Cusco and visit the nearby Sacred Valley. Lastly, you will take a luxury train ride to Machu Picchu.
Begin your journey with a four-day cruise on the Amazon River aboard the luxurious M/V Aqua, where expert local guides will teach you about the jungle and give you the chance to see endangered animals in their natural habitats. Then continue your sightseeing in Cusco and stay in the famous Monasterio hotel. From there you'll take a ride on Orient Express' luxury train to Machu Picchu.
Visit the Tambopata Nature Reserve and stay at the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, where you can take a canopy walk and even spend the night in a treehouse. After leaving the jungle, fly to Cusco and spend the night in the nearby Sacred Valley. From there you will travel to Machu Picchu and have a private tour of the site. After experiencing Cusco, you will travel to Lake Titicaca, where you will visit local communities who still practice a traditional lifestyle.
Begin your journey in the beautiful capital of Ecuador, Quito, for a city tour before traveling to the Indian market in Otavalo. Then you will embark of the trip of a lifetime, a cruise to the famous Galapagos Islands, where you will learn about wildlife that exists nowhere else in the world.
Enjoy the best of Ecuador, with visits to the Inca ruins: Ingapirca and the San Agustin de Callo. Take a tour to the Otavalo Market, one of the most famous crafts markets in the world, and take a guided tour of the city of Quito. Visit the Avenue of Volcanoes, spend time at the Condor Reserve at Espejo, and much more.
See some of the most fascinating highlights of Bolivia, including the sustainable project at the Uros-Iruitos Floating Island on Sacred Lake Titicaca, Sun Island, legendary birthplace of the Inka, the mystical world of the Kallawayas, ancient curanderos of Bolivia, and a tour to La Paz, highest capital city in the world.
After setting out from La Paz, spend several days exploring the Islands of Lake Titicaca. Visit Ancient Incan temples on the Islands of the Moon and Sun. Travel across the lake by hydrofoil, and see the world-famous floating islands and the local people who still live on them.
An amazing journey to some of the most spectacular natural features in Bolivia, including the Salt Lakes of Uyuni, Poopo Lake, and the Sol de Mañana Volcanic Zone, where you can observe active geysers and soak in the natural hot springs. Observe flamingoes in their natural habitat and learn about the lives of the salt-extractors of Uyuni.
Sightsee in La Paz, and travel to Tiahuanaco, the capital of an early pre-Inca civilization. Then visit the mining city of Potosi, the highest city in the world. Afterwards you'll go to the tropical city of Santa Cruz, where you can relax and see wild sloths living in the palm trees in the city's main plaza.