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Travel Advice

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You must hold a passport which is valid for at least six months following the return date of your Expedition. It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct documentation and visas for all sectors of your Expedition. Failure or inability to obtain all required visas for whatever reason does not entitle you to cancel without paying the applicable cancellation charges.


It is essential that you visit your GP or a travel clinic well in advance of travel, preferably at least six weeks ahead, to make sure that you have taken all the necessary health precautions. Some vaccinations require more than one visit with a period of weeks between injections, and some may be incompatible with certain medicines or medical conditions. It is therefore important that your own individual medical history is taken into account.

Travel ensurance

You should ensure that you and all members of your party are adequately insured, providing financial protection against unforeseen circumstances. Cover should include medical expenses, as well as repatriation, in the event of accident or illness. As well as for personal belongings, delay at your outward or homeward point of departure, personal liability, overseas legal expenses and cancellation.

Traveling with Children

If travelling with a child and only one parent is present, please be aware that you must have the permission of everyone with parental responsibility before that child can be taken abroad. You automatically have parental responsibility if you’re the child’s mother, but you still need the permission of anyone else with parental responsibility before you take the child abroad.

Responsible Travel

For us, travelling responsibly starts long before you pack your suitcase. Our passionate staff want your experiences to have a positive impact on nature and are always looking for opportunities to source locally owned hotels, curate experiences that support community development, follow environmental best practices, and check the animal welfare of wildlife experiences.

Cultural Differences

Many of our destinations are in parts of Peru where attitudes, infrastructure, priorities, lifestyles and cultures are very different from our own. This is often the very reason to visit the destination but certain aspects may be frustrating, disorientating or even stressful. A sense of humour can prove invaluable when travelling over rougher roads, waiting for a delayed aircraft and communicating with hotel staff whose first language is not English.

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