Lima Sightseeing, attractions, culture and history Tours 2019/2020
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Great company and best trekking experience in Peru
Reviewed Tour: Peru Panorama
5 - Excellent
“Mary, the CEO was great! She took very good care of us and kept the group together. Met some great people on the tour. Visited few communities on one of the days and it is great to see the local tradition as well as what G adventures are doing to help these communities. My trip also included the Lares trek which was guided by Jean Pierre who is a legend and his co assistant, Marco who was very friendly and helpful. They both made this trek memorable.”
“The people who were supposed to meet us at airports were always there to pick us up. It is important to come out of the terminal and find that someone is already there and you are not going to be hanging around wondering if the pick up is going to show up.
All the hotels were very good except for the first hotel upon our arrival in Lima from the states. That was the El Tambo II which was the pits.
All excursions were good but we liked Machu Picchu ;and Iguazu Falls best. One suggestion: Guides should not assume that because we look old we should cut things short. Ask us if we are tired or willing to go on and tell us what is ahead if we choose to go on. Let us make the decision to continue or cut things short. We found we missed some things because of that.
Other than the suggestion before, we would only add that you reconsider keeping El Tambo II in your line up. It promises more than it delivers as for example the internet. The router lacks the range to reach the top floors. We suspect that it is only good in the reception area where they have some ancient desk top computers on which you can access the internet. The receptionist connected me to the internet in the reception area but it disappeared from my I phone when I got to my room on the top floor. We only spent the night so cannot say anything about the area in which El Tambo II is located.
Hope this helps you in your future endeavors and thank you for a wonderful trip.”