LAST month, eight travel agents were given the chance to travel to Peru on an 11-day itinerary as part of a larger partnership with PromPeru and Adventure World.
The group first travelled to the Amazonas region of northern Peru, a lesser- known part of the country that is home to some of its most important archaeological and natural treasures.
Next the group flew south via Lima to reach Iquitos, the largest city in the world that can only be reached by air or boat.
Agents were also treated to a four-day cruise aboard the Delfin III, travelling through the Amazon jungle to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
Pictured at Gocta Falls: Teniesha Gill, Travel Club; Saul Perez, guide; Annabel Gow, Flight Centre Kenmore; Emma Smith, Back Track Adventures; Andrew Hutchinson, Travel World; Calli Pearce, My Travel Adventure Perth; Glenda Halliwell, Travel Centre Coffs Harbour; Jasmine Tilley, Flight Centre Eltham; Anna Bullied, Peregrine Travel Centre & Summit Travel (not pictured, Julie Allen from Allen’s Travel).
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Source: Travel Australia