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Peru Best Tours - Travel Agency Recommendation

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As we were planning our trip to Peru and Chile we researched this site and found the name of Peru Best Tours (http://www.perubesttours.com/). We are independent travelers, but needed some help with plane & bus tickets and an Amazon Lodge booking. Mike Higham at Peru Best helped us set up the itinerary and we were to be on our way last Friday, December 31 from Fargo, ND.

Fargo was hit by a huge blizzard and our flight was canceled. Due to the fact that we were using frequent flyer tickets we were forced to rebook for January 7, which required changing our Amazon lodging, three in-country plane flights and a bus trip. We contacted Peru Best around 6:00 p.m. last Friday and Guillermo Beraun worked tirelessly over the weekend to make the necessary changes. By Monday all of the pieces were in place for us to resume our trip. There will be a small change fee, but it is truly insignificant considering the work that was involved in getting us back on the road.

We are forever grateful for the work of Peru Best and cannot recommend them more highly. We will post more later, but felt obliged to get this posted before we depart.

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