The most lasting memories are sometimes serendipitous. It is often not the long-anticipated meal at a white-tablecloth restaurant, but the chance meeting at a market or a quiet moment on a visit to a site like Machu Picchu that will stay with you long after you have returned home.
Constructed in the 15th century and only discovered at the beginning of the 20th, much of Peru’s Machu Picchu remains shrouded in mystery—and large parts of the site have yet to be restored. When you visit with Collette, you’ll have a chance to sit quietly with the ghosts amid the ruins as well as meet their present-day descendants—and maybe a llama, as well, whose ancestors also may have called these Andean peaks home.
By taking care of all the arrangements to get you to remote archaeological sites and rural villages, as well as navigating the world’s metropolises for you, Collette lets you be open to the moments of beauty that await out in the world. With Collette you can eagerly expect the unexpected, and enjoy it when it occurs.
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