On the Galapagos and Machu Picchu tour, you'll stop in Quito, the capital of Ecuador. Visit the Intian Solar Museum.
Get up close to the endemic species and curious creatures of Española Island.
Aside from serving as an early post office site for pirates and buccaneers, Floreana Island is also home to flamingos.
Isabela Island, the largest of the Galapagos islands, was formed one million years ago after six volcanoes joined together.
At Isabela Island, dive in for some deep water snorkeling at Vicente Roca Point, an ancient volcanic rock.
Santa Cruz Island, the Galapagos’ second-largest island, is a large, dormant volcano that hasn’t been active in more than a million years.
On vacation to the Galapagos and Machu Picchu, you can enjoy an omnibus tour of the food and flavors of Lima.
Near the city of Cusco, you’ll find the Sacred Valley, a peaceful area blanketed by hills and full of ancient Incan ruins and history.
Stop for lunch at Wayra Ranch, a spectacular ranch in the Sacred Valley.