October 22, 2012
My wife and I traveled with GEEO to Peru in the summer of 2012 and had an outstanding experience. My wife is a high school Advanced Placement World and European History teacher and I am a retired school administrator. We have helped organize student tours to Europe and my wife has traveled extensively as a Fulbright scholar and as recipient of other travel grants. We believe that we are experienced travelers that have an understanding of how challenging it is to meet the diverse needs of tourists with a variety of agendas and expectations. That said, we were so pleased with the professionalism of Jesse who answered all of our questions quickly and accurately. We wanted to arrive several days early and stay a day late, and Jesse was able to make the process of booking accommodations and airport transfers low cost and easy. Our tour guide was a genuine intellectual who had a deep understanding of Peru's unique history, culture, religion, and cuisine. He had recently earn gourmet guide status, and he found some wonderful restaurants to try in both Lima and in Cuzco. Plenty of free time to explore on your own or with others, as well as organized tours that were interesting and beneficial. Most accommodations exceeded our expectations for tourist-class travel and we will return to both the hotels in both Lima and Cuzco when we return to Peru in the future. We also enjoyed the small group size and found the camaraderie among group members impressive. Just last week we booked a tour with GEEO for next summer to travel to northern India and Nepal. Good value, good people, good times...
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