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Inclusions:  Accommodation in  all rooms with private facilities, local service charges & hotel taxes, transfers and tours as specified in the itinerary accompanied by local English speaking guides on a seat in coach basis, meals as specified each day (B=Breakfast, L=lunch, D=Dinner)

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Gocta Lodge

Besides having one of the most spectacular views in all of Peru, GOCTA LODGE also enjoys an exceptional climate and a strategic location, making it an ideal base to explore the whole region of the Chachapoya: Kuelap, Leymebamba, Karajia.

Gocta Lodge is located in the small village of Cocachimba, the starting point of the hikes to Gocta. It is easily accessible - a mere 22 km from Pedro Ruiz, the arrival point for buses coming from Tarapoto and Chiclayo, and 42 km from Chachapoyas, the colonial capital of the region.

Situated at an altitude of 1,800 meters, it enjoys a privileged spring climate. Gocta Lodge is especially designed so that the views of the Gocta waterfalls can be enjoyed. Every room has either a balcony or a terrace facing towards the waterfalls. The gardens, pools and surrounding terraces also face the waterfalls, ensuring maximum visual impact. The eight rooms and two suites are large and comfortable. Surrounded by tranquility, they ensure plentiful rest and absolute relaxation. The kitchen incorporates the best ingredients of this Andean region, and the restaurant also has an indoor dining room and a large terrace where one can sunbathe.

Gocta Lodge


Peruvian Andes

3 Nights / 4 Days

A stay at Gocta Lodge with visits to the spectacular Gocta Falls, in the heart of the Northern Andes together with a visit to the fascinating archaeological site at Kuelap.

Abbreviated Itinerary:

Day 1:  Tarapoto – Gocta

Day 2:  Gocta

Day 3:  Kuelap

Day 4:  Gocta

Detailed Itinerary & Prices

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