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One of the very best active trips possible in the Galapagos Islands, this land-based multisport adventure combines nice accommodations with great guides and equipment and a well-planned itinerary designed to maximize recreation while seeing as much wildlife as possible. This trip is ideal for private groups or families, too. Trip Length: 7 Days Destination: San Cristobal, Isabela, & Santa Cruz Islands, Galapagos Lodging: Your choice of 3- or 4-star hotels Activities: Hiking, snorkeling, kayaking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing

Hike, sea kayak, bike and snorkel your way through the Galapagos. By joining onto shared tours (but with your own top-notch guide) you save on logistics while not skimping on quality. This trip offers an ideal mix of active excursions into the park and chill time to explore on your own. Trip Length: 7 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: Mid-range (3-star) lodges Activities: Kayaking, biking, hiking, snorkeling

A slightly smaller tourist-superior naturalist cruise that's a bit nicer than others in it's same class. Trip Length: 8 or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 14 passenger tourist superior motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

Experience the best Inca sites on day hikes around Cusco, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and Machu Picchu, then relax in in comfortable, local boutique hotels at night. You will experience Peru like no other tourists and you will even get to hike the last day of the Inca Trail to arrive to Machu Picchu on foot via the Gate of the Sun, just like the Incas did centuries ago.  World-class guides will entertain you and enhance your understanding of what you are seeing, giving you a very complete Inca Peru experience. Trip Length: 6 Days Destination: Cusco, the Sacred Valley, & Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Peru Lodging: Charming & Boutique 3-Star Plus Hotels Activities: Day hikes, Inca ruins

This challenging trek goes far off the beaten path to explore the amazing ruins of Choquequirao, high above the Apurimac River. From here you continue to trek past Inca ruins and high Andean peaks to a unique, and spectacular view of Machu Picchu, before then exploring this incredible Inca citadel. Trip Length: 9 Days Destination: Cusco, Choquequirao ruins, Machu Picchu Lodging: Comfortable tent camping, boutique hotels Activities: Very challenging hiking, Inca ruins, cultural interaction

This community-owned, sustainable lodge provides a mix of wildlife viewing and cultural interaction near Yasuni National Park. Sani is rustic and remote, with fantastic wildlife viewing and some of the best birding in the Amazon Basin of Ecuador. Trip Length: 4 or 5 Days Destination: Yasuni National Park, Ecuadorian Rainforest Lodging: Simple, mid-level Rainforest lodge Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, interaction with local community

A land-based, 3-Island tour focused on hiking and snorkeling; less strenuous than a multisport but more active than a land-based naturalist tour. Trip Length: 7 Days Destination: San Cristobal, Isabela, & Santa Cruz Islands, Galapagos Lodging: First-class, beachfront Optunia Lodges Activities: Hiking, snorkeling, wildlife viewing

On the Ultimate Lares Trek with 1-Day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, you enjoy Cusco before heading out to trek the Lares Valley where you camp in small, Quechua-speaking villages and interact one-on-one with the direct descendants of the Inca's before hiking the last day of the world-famous Inca Trail to arrive to Machu Picchu on foot via the Gate of Sun. Length: 9 Days Destination: Cusco, Sacred Valley, Lares, 1D Inca Trail, Machu Picchu, Peru Lodging: Comfortable tent camping, boutique hotels Activities: Moderate hiking, cultural interaction, Inca ruins

A 1st-class, community-owned eco-lodge located in one of the most wildlife-rich parts of the Ecuadorian rainforest. Trip Length: 4 or 5 Days Destination: Yasuni National Park, Ecuadorian Rainforest Lodging: 1st-Class rainforest lodge Activities: Wildlife viewing, bird watching, naturalist walks.

The Eden is a good value for a naturalist cruise, larger than most others in its class and price range. Trip Length: 4, 5, 8, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 16 passenger, tourist superior motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

A fantastic adventure for families who want to experience a little bit of everything in the Machu Picchu and Cusco region: whitewater rafting, hiking, biking and Inca ruins, including arriving on foot into Machu Picchu on the 1-Day Inca Trail trek. Trip Length: 8 Days Destination: Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, 1-day Inca Trail Lodging: boutique hotels Activities: Moderate hike, kayak, stand up paddle board, bike, Inca ruins, cultural experiences

The Peru Explorer is a comprehensive cultural and hiking tour through Southern Peru, exploring the floating islands of Lake Titicaca, the high desert city of Arequipa and the nearby Colca Canyon, one of the world's deepest canyons, Cusco, the stunning and culturally rich Sacred Valley of the Incas, and culminating with a 1-Day Inca Trail hike so that you arrive into Machu Picchu on foot. Length: 13 Days Destination: Arequipa, Colca Canyon, Lake Titicaca, Cusco, Sacred Valley, 1-Day Inca Trail, Machu Picchu Lodging: 3-Star Plus Hotels and Lodges Activities: Inca ruins, cultural experiences, day hikes

The Solaris Yacht is a first class, 16 passenger motor yacht at a great price point. All cabins are very spacious and located on the main and upper decks. This cruise is great for solo travelers and larger groups, as there are lots single cabins (without a single supplement) and triple cabins. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 16-Passenger, tourist superior to first class yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

The recently refurbished Cormorant Luxury Catamaran incorporates the very best of Galapagos Catamaran design. All of the cabins have floor to ceiling windows and private balconies. The Cormorant has spacious common areas, and a lovely sun deck with a large jacuzzi. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 16-Passenger, luxury class catamaran Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling, kayaking

The Lares to Machu Picchu Lodge-To-Lodge Adventure combines great trekking and adventure with cultural immersion, fantastic scenery, and comfortable lodges and great food. Each day of your journey in the Lares Valley you will have the opportunity to tailor your trip from a choice of varied hikes and activities designed to offer both adventure and cultural education, and then at night you will relax in deluxe mountain lodges run in partnership with local communities. Length: 7 or 9 Days Destination: Cusco, Lares Valley, Machu Picchu Lodging: Luxurious private mountain lodges and hotels Activities: Trekking, cultural exploration, optional biking

The Nemo I is a small 14-passenger sailing catamaran that is perfect for adventurous people who want to spend their time in the Galapagos outside on the net between the hulls or on the various common areas. Cabins are quite small, in the pontoons, making a trip on this boat an intimate nature adventure. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 14-Passenger, tourist superior sailing catamaran Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

If you like to discover the wonders of your destination by biking, hiking, rafting, and snorkeling, rather than by taking bus tours, the Galapagos and Machu Picchu Multisport is for you. In Peru your daily adventures will get you off the beaten path to visit remote ruins, see spectacular views, and experience local culture, culminating with hiking the last day of the Inca Trail to arrive in Machu Picchu on foot. In the Galapagos you will paddle, hike, snorkel and bike to different landscapes in search of the Galapagos' iconic wildlife. Trip Length: 15 Days Destinations: Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, & Galapagos Islands Accommodations: 3-star & 3.5-star hotels (12 nights) and comfortable tent camping (2 nights) Activities: Whitewater raft, mountain bike, sea kayak, hike, snorkel, wildlife viewing, Inca ruins

Well-known rainforest lodge focused on wildlife viewing and naturalist walks in the nearby wildlife hotspots along the Napo River. Trip Length: 4 or 5 Days Destination: Napo River, Ecuadorian Rainforest Lodging: 50-person capacity, mid-level lodge Activity: Wildlife viewing

This 100 passenger Galapagos cruise ship offers lots of amenities, including massages, jacuzzi, and sauna in the spa, a swimming pool, and a kids corner, cinema, and game room. The larger size makes the boat very stable. Trip Length: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, or 15 days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 110 passenger first-class/luxury class motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, snorkeling, walking

This expedition cruise takes you along the Beagle Channel and the waters that separate Tierra del Fuego from the rest of mainland Patagonia.  Against the backdrop of glaciers and Andean peaks, you'll be observing puffins, elephant seals, penguins, whales, and dolphins. Trip Length: 5 or 9 days Destination: Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, Chile & Argentina Lodging: Luxury cruise Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks

One of very few cruises on the Napo River, the Manatee visits wildlife hotspots and local communities in the Ecuadorian rainforest. Trip Length: 4, 5, or 8 Days Destinations: Napo River & Amazon Rainforest, Ecuador Lodging: First Class Cruise Activities: Wildlife viewing, cultural visits, naturalist walks