Our Chachapoyas tours are of various lengths and focuses. All our tours include a visit to Kuelap. Vilaya Tours is used to organizing custom made tours and all the tours can be adapted to suit your interests and time frame. At this time there are no flights to Chachapoyas so our tours start and end in Chiclayo, Tarapoto or Cajamarca. We can also organize tours for those who want to arrive in Chachapoyas on their own.
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Wild Frontiers: Lost Treasures of the Cloud Warriors
Two departures: 1st – 14th June 28th September – 11th October Wild Frontiers (UK) with Vilaya Tours is again running the popular Lost Treasures of the Cloud Warriors in northern Peru. The tour visits the coastal sites around Trujillo: the mud brick complexes of Huaca de la Luna and its modern on-site museum and Chan […]
The Northern Peru Forest Tour visits the diverse natural landscapes all of which are easily accessible. We will visit various forest areas: the Pacific Dry Forest, Cloud Forest, Seasonal Dry Forest and the Rain Forest of the higher Amazon Plain. The Northern Peru Forest Tour also visits some of the main archaeological attractions in the […]
There are great chances to see stunning and unique birds on our Northern Peru Birding and Archaeology Tour. Combine the birding with the archaeological wonders of the area and we have a special tour designed to keep both cultural and bird connoisseurs happy. Starting at the coast we take in some of the pre-Inca attractions […]
In Northern Peru the Amazon and the Andes are easily accessible and connected by major highways. This tour starts in the Amazon lowlands and includes a “light jungle” experience in the forest of the high Amazon plain. Then the tour moves to the Chachapoyas area with a visit to the Gocta Waterfall and Kuelap before […]
Vilaya Tours started operating in Chachapoyas in 1998, when few travelers came to the area. Since then Vilaya Tours has been a leading pioneer in developing and promoting Chachapoyas and Northern Peru. Click the About link in the main menu for more information.