Wednesday, 14 January 2009 12:00 AM
Che’s travels in Peru were documented in his famous Motorcycle Diaries.
He was greatly impressed by the Inca civilization and also spent time in Lima and in the Peruvian Amazon.
In honour of his time here the Adventure Company is offering a new tour for 2009. Lima to La Paz summons up the essence of Che’s journey by allowing visitors to experience all three locations, including the Incan citadel of Machu Picchu.
Staying in a jungle lodge in the Amazon, there are two days to explore on foot and by canoe to discover the region’s abundant nature. The Adventure Company’s trip also visits Lake Titicaca before crossing into Bolivia, the country where Che was eventually captured and killed.
This 16-day trip in Peru and Bolivia is new for 2009. The first departure runs from May 16th – 26th 2009 and costs from Â£2,199 plus US$350 (Â£150) local payment per person, including flights.
For full trip details see the Adventure Company.