Lonely Planet Peru

by Captain Bill

The Newest Lonely Planet Travel Guide for Peru says,

Dawn on the Amazon offers “the best deal for independent travelers.”

Dawn on the Amazon reflected

“Dawn on the Amazon Tours & Cruises; This small but cozy outfit offers the best deal for independent travelers. It sports two modernly equipped wooden craft for either day trips or longer river cruises up to two weeks, and you can travel with host Bill Grimes and his experienced crew along the Amazon, or along its quieter tributaries. Dawn on the Amazon has exclusive permission to go twice as far into Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve as any other tour company. The larger Amazon III uniquely features deep-cell solar batteries to quietly run the few fan cooled cabins and electrical equipment, and offers an observation deck, kitchen, dining area, toilets, showers and a swimming and fishing platform at the stern. Trips can be customized to individual group desires and cost US$289 per day including a bilingual guide, all meals and transfers. A small launch is carried for side trips. Drinks are extra. The smaller yet still commodious Amazon I is best for groups of up to eight persons and costs US$144.50 per day for the full works, or US$59 per day for day trips including a light lunch.”

www.dawnontheamazon.com www.flickr.com/photos/dawnontheamazon/

Lonely Planet Travel Guide for Peru, © Feb. 2007;
Dawn on the Amazon Tours and Cruises; dawnontheamazon@yahoo.com

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