Andrea S. from New York; traveled to Israel & Jordan
We returned yesterday from our journey and what a journey it was!
The Petra/Wadi Raam portion was extraordinary! really amazing. You must sample it yourself to experience it. The outfit who took care of us in Jordan was first class in every way. We were all blown away by the location and the accommodations. Very unique and perfect after a hectic and action packed few days.
Thank you, thank you for making it possible and more than we could have imagined!
We look forward to contacting you the next time we are ready for adventure.
Sal M. from Littleton, CO; traveled to Peru
.. we just wanted to let you know what a fabulous trip we had! Everything went perfectly and we were amazed by the sights and impressed with all of the guides and accommodations. The food was wonderful as well.
Thanks for all your help in planning the trip. We will be sure to recommend Spiced Destinations to friends and family!
Ranu D. from Austin TX; traveled to Peru and Brazil
We had a marvelous time in Peru and Rio. We can not say enough about the local tour company and their services.
They were there every time and on time always. It made a lot of difference for them being there.
The tour guide were very professional and well versed with all knowledge, very courteous.
Thank you so much for everything.
Nancy L, from Atlanta GA; traveled to Peru
Good morning Eitan, I just left a message for you – wanted to let you know our trip to Peru was amazing and wonderful. I also wanted to share some restaurants we found in some of the cities we visited in case other clients ask for recommendations. In Urabambo, we ate at Sol y Luna once, it was good. We also ate at 3 Keros, which was actually better, lots of fun and a bit more “authentic.” In Cuzco we ate in Limo on the main plaza the first night (Peru-Japanese fusion). It was excellent. We also went to the MAP Café per your recommendation – outstanding!! Fallen Angel was a “trip.” In Puno, we ate at Mugsa in the square – it had a nice variety, high energy and was very good. We actually enjoyed walking around Puno’s town square – we thought that part of the city was lively, attractive and taxis were readily available to take us back to the hotel. All our accommodations were great!! Your recommendations for hotels were wonderful. Thanks for everything you did to make this trip a success – we absolutely LOVED it and hope to return to Peru to see new things. Take care, Nancy
Gabrielle H. from Overland, KS; traveled to India
Hotels were lovely; guides were excellent; train from Delhi to Agra was great.
Thanks from making the last minute changes as requested.
Will keep in touch.
Jennifer H. from Maui, Hawaii; traveled to Peru, Brazil and Argentina
I just wanted to email you and thank you for everything that you arranged for us during our recent trip to Peru, plus Brazil. It all went like
clockwork and each guide was there exactly as arranged and all the transfers went very smoothly. Everywhere we stayed we had excellent service and extremely hospitable staff. Especially at the 2 Aranwa hotels where we particularly liked all the employees I have to say that the people of Peru are among the nicest people I have met.
All our guides and tours were excellent. We loved Machu Picchu and some of us, including me hiked to the Sun Gate on the 2nd morning. We were very
lucky with the weather everywhere we went, particularly considering it was the rainy season. And all our flights flew as planned. We had a bit of a scare while waiting to fly to Lake Titicaca, but at the last minute it cleared and the flight only took 37 minutes. I should also mention that we particularly enjoyed spending time with the family on the island. They are such a charming family and we enjoyed talking to the 2 boys and seeing the
knitting that the older one does. Charlie bought one of his hats for $10. The lunch was maybe the best meal we had anywhere. The soup was delicious
and the trout too was excellent. We had a very nice day and we loved their traditional dance and the costumes.
Iguacu Falls was well worth going to and I'm glad we saw both sides and that you let us know that Americans have to have the extra visa. Our ship with Oceania did not know this and all the people who went on their private overnight tour could only visit the Brazil side. Not very professional of them. We also enjoyed Tiago the guide that we had with us all day and at the airport. We were very lucky and saw an alligator, a huge cat fish and in the afternoon monkeys all around us. Tiago said he hadn't seen the monkeys for several weeks. And we loved those Toucan birds in the bird park.
Linda N. from New Jersey; Group Organizer; traveled to Chile & Argentina
...Spiced Destinations really does take care of everything and the organizer is treated as a valued customer. I would sum up Spiced Destinations in three words - 'the very best'.
James C. from Calgary, Canada; traveled to Peru
Just returned home from our South America trip and Per was fantastic. Guides where excellent and all the arrangements went like clock work. Thanks for your arranging the Peru portion. Very enjoyable and I now want to explore more of South America. The people, culture history is all fascinating.
Natasha Y, from Rockville, MD; traveld to Peru
We are back and had a wonderful time in Peru. We were well taken care off by your team and the arrangements were excellent.
Everything went on very smoothly and the weather was good also, except for one day.
Soy e Luna was the best hotel and the Christmas dinner was nicely done.
Victor, the guide up on Machu Picchu was very good.
Perry N. from Los Angeles, CA; traveled to Peru
We’re back from our two-weeks in Peru, and I wanted to let you know how everything went. First off, it was a great trip. There were no problems with transportation, housing, meals or general schedule. In fact, everything went just as planned. Our tour guide, Judith, and driver, Ricardo, were both excellent. Spending 9 days with them was a pleasure. We saw all the sights, had great meals, and really enjoyed their company. I would recommend them to anyone traveling to Northern Peru without hesitation. The Amazon portion of the trip was also problem free. After meeting up with our guide Roger at the airport, we were taken to the docks for the boat ride to the lodge. Once there, Roger was our personal tour guide, so we didn’t have to deal with any groups while traveling around the area. He was very informative and really helped explain all that we saw. The lodge was great, but on the rustic side. It reminded me a boy scout camp, but with liquor and better food. We actually made a change to the Celba Tops lodge for the last night. We wanted to visit Iquitos on the last day, and the only way to do that was to move closer up river. So Roger was able to arrange for us to stay the last night in air conditioned comfort. Boy, was that a relief. While I liked the rustic nature of the Explorama lodge, 3 nights was more than enough. We then spent the last day with Rodger touring around Iquitos. This really capped the trip, as we not only got to see the jungle, but see some of the sights in town. Roger is another guide that I would highly recommend to anyone visiting Iquitos and the surrounding area.
So overall this was a very stress free holiday. I want to thank you for all the work you did in putting this together. It really showed in the seamlessness of going from one activity to another. I’ll definitely be contacting you for our next visit to South America.