Optional activities - Lima

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Optional activities - Lima

Postby kcupp95 » Wed May 15, 2013 6:58 am

I have 2 days in Lima, before my Inca Heartland tour.

The trip details have a number of optional tours for Lima. Does anyone know if I organize to do a couple of these before the tour starts?

The trip details says
These tours can be booked locally through our Lima office. Please call +51 (1) 989-042-261, contact: Elard Aranibar to reserve your tour and to find out about other available options

Would my travel agent be able to book these for me or will I need to call the Lima office?

Looking at doing the Lima City tour, Pachacamac, City Contrasts and Lima at Night.

Has anyone done these before?
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Re: Optional activities - Lima

Postby meeting_eiffel » Thu May 16, 2013 5:30 pm

I would get your travel agent to arrange it. We have G Road Warriors and the CEO's available to help arrange these things or get you clearer information. See what your agent can do!
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Re: Optional activities - Lima

Postby ballu » Fri May 17, 2013 3:44 pm

Hopefully someone else who's done this recently can chime in, but it MAY be possible to book tours through the joining hotel....
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Re: Optional activities - Lima

Postby ashleyab » Tue Jun 04, 2013 5:41 pm

I'm heading to Lima in July and I have also been looking into this. If you are doing the optional activities with G adventures then contact your CEO with G adventures. If you are looking into other activities tripadvisor also has a great list and many tours have their own websites you can check out.
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Re: Optional activities - Lima

Postby markmol » Tue Jun 04, 2013 6:12 pm

hi

there is a web site called Viator where you can book day trips in many cities, it may be worth a look
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Re: Optional activities - Lima

Postby leahlovestravel » Tue Jun 04, 2013 11:26 pm

I used Viator in Lima for a 1/2 day city tour as I had about that much time on my own before the group meeting on the first day and enjoyed it. I ended up the only one who signed up so it ended up a personal tour.
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