Visit the privately-owned Hacienda Huayoccari, with history behind spanning over three centuries. The mansion today hosts a vast collection of folk art pieces, some of them dating back to the seventeenth century. From here, we begin our horseback ride tour between fields, before crossing the Urubamba River. During this ride we will enjoy different snacks as we pass by some communities known as Huicho, Huayllabamba and Urquillo. We will be able to appreciate the daily life of people from these communities which involves grazing and working on their fields. A blend of Spanish traditions with indigenous customs, inherited since dawn of times. The Huayoccari Hacienda is a perfect spot to sample life in the country, learn about typical and locally harvested products and admire the colorful flora. Finally, we will enjoy a lunch prepared with fresh products of their plantation.
Mountain Biking in Peru
Mountain biking in Peru offers some of the best down-hills and cross country in the world! Bike the Andes with Bio Bio and create memories that you will never forget! Ride a mix of rarely-used dirt roads, ancient Inca Trails and smooth mule tracks. 1 – 3 day options available.
Wilderness Medicine CME
Inca Trail, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley and Amazon CME
This Wilderness and Travel Medicine Continuing Medical Education Conference combines hiking the Inca trail to Machu Picchu with a few days in Cusco, a visit to the Sacred Valley and a trip into the heart of the Amazon jungle!
Tour Season: Fall Trip Length: 11 Days Trip Price: From $5,150 Activity Level: Moderate to Strenuous
Futaleufu River Rafting Multi SportRated 5.00 out of 5
High adventure activities in the heart of Patagonia, Chile on the Futaleufu River include: whitewater rafting Class II-V, hiking, horseback riding, fly-fishing, daily yoga classes and mountain biking!
Relax during your stay at our deluxe riverside camp with hot tub, sunset bar, massage, wine tasting, and more!
Hacienda Zuleta in the Andes
Built in 1691, Hacienda Zuleta lies in the spectacular Andean mountain range of Ecuador at 9,600 feet. Explore the mountains by horseback, mountain bike or foot. Learn about the rich culture of this community that still operates as they did hundreds of years ago. Dine on food that is locally sourced and fall asleep to the crackling fire in your room’s fireplace.
|Tour Season:||May - November|
|Trip Length:||1 Days|