Birding and Archeology Special Departure in Peru April 1st, 2011 • by Karen Cleary Marvellous Spatuletail Birders and archeology lovers take note… this special departure scheduled for July 1-10, 2011 offers a perfect blend of activity, birdwatching with noted ornithologist Jeremy Flanagan, and immersion in Northern Peru’s archeological wonders under the leadership of Miguel Albán. We explore the colonial town of Cajamarca and the rich cloud forests surrounding Gocta Falls, teeming with birdlife including the Marvellous Spatuletail. From Lima, we fly to Cajamarca, taking time to explore the beautiful Spanish colonial architecture and remnants of a once powerful Inca empire, whose demise began here. We then make our way through the Andes into the Amazon River Basin and the outpost of Tarapoto, discovering one of the world’s highest waterfalls and rare birdlife along the way. The end of our adventure finds us back in Lima, where we have the opportunity to visit many of the smaller treasures of the Incas in the city’s renowned museums. HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: Experienced local guides lead walks through ancient sites and beautiful cloud forest Kuntar Wasi, Revash, Kuelap, and Cajamarca; sites that stand in testament to pre-Inca cultures and tell the story of the Spanish invasion Excellent birding, including the rare Marvellous Spatuletail Hike to Gocta Falls, the world’s 4th tallest waterfall Limited to just 8 guests, this special one-time tour is sure to sell out quickly. Pricing is as follows: 5 guests: $4995 pp; 6-7 guests: $4795 pp; 8 guests: $4295 pp; $465 single supplement. For a detailed itinerary or to make a reservation, call 1-800-941-8010 or e-mail our Peru Destination Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org. About Boundless Journeys Boundless Journeys is an award-winning small group adventure tour operator. With a diverse collection of locally guided, small group itineraries and Private Collection trips around the world, Boundless Journeys offers “The World’s Great Adventures.” The adventure trips for 2-16 guests are active, ranging from leisurely cultural explorations and wildlife safaris to challenging trekking in remote regions ― with plenty of easy to moderate walking and sea kayaking in between.