Luxury Peru

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Peru is a colorful land of textiles, ancient ruins, and incredible culture. It’s also home to one of America’s favorite foods – and an interesting national dish! Check out these luxury program with interesting facts about Peru. Enjoy!

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Location Map

Tour 8D/7N

  • 1

    Upon your arrival in Lima you will be met by your transfer-man who will assist you with your luggage, with check-in procedures and providing you as well with a detailed itinerary and vouchers for all your purchased tours, services and hotel nights. You will also receive a contact information sheet with all the hotels information as well as our office's contact information for each city, and the 24-hour emergency numbers for any further assistance you may require.

    Two nights in Lima, at your selected hotel (double occupancy). Breakfast, hotel tax and service charge included.

  • 2

    Today you will take a guided sightseeing tour to the most attractive and important sites in Lima, the "City of Kings". The tour includes Lima's Historical Centre, passing by Plaza San Martin, Plaza Mayor, the Government Palace, the City Hall, the Cathedral and its Religious Art Museum (its construction was begun on the city's foundation, on January 18, 1535. We will visit the Convent and Church of San Francisco, considered by some as the greatest architectural complex of Colonial Art in America and Cultural Heritage of Humanity and the underground galleries or Catacombs that, during the Viceroyalty, served as a cemetery for the city. We then drive through the residential Districts. Lunch is included at any of the local and traditional restaurants, with the most complete selection of Peruvian and international cuisine.

    We will continue with the visit of the Larco Herrera Museum, founded in 1926, which showcases remarkable chronological galleries providing an excellent overview on 3000 years of development of Peruvian pre-Columbian history. The museum, located in a unique vice-royal mansion of the 18th century built over a 7th century pre-Columbian pyramid, has many fine examples of textile works, one example of which has a record breaking of 398 threads per inch, materials and tools used by ancient Peruvians to produce their work in ceramics and metal artwork; it also features the finest gold and silver collection from Ancient Peru.

  • 3

    Upon your arrival in Lima you will be met by your transfer-man who will assist you with your connecting flight to Cusco. When you arrive to Cusco, the Imperial City, you will be met by our transfer-man and private driver who will assist you with your luggage and will drive you to your hotel located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

    On the way, visit the Awanacancha textile center to observe traditional Andean weaving and to see the four types of camel-related Andean animals – llamas, guanacos, alpacas and vicunas. Alpacas have thick wool and is the most commonly used while the vicunas are small and delicate with fur considered the finest. Awanacancha is a weaving center with the goal to keep alive the traditional textile arts.

    Here you can meet these four types of camelids, learn about the harvesting of the different wools, the natural dying techniques and have a chance to see native weavers from different areas showing their different weaving styles.

    Two nights in your selected hotel (double occupancy). Breakfast, hotel tax and service charge included.

  • 4

    Our first visit is the town of Pisac, where the Incas built an observatory to study astronomy as well as an impressive network of cultivated terrace. After this, you will have the opportunity to bargain with vendors at the local handicraft market in Pisac. Lunch will take place at a great restaurant accompanied by a Paso Horse Demonstration. Peruvian Paso Horses, with their elegance and noble spirit, symbolize a centuries-old tradition of cultural fusion and folklore that defines and enriches Peru. In this presentation, Paso horses from our stables demonstrate their flowing gait and graceful motion to the rhythm of 'la marinera,' one of the national dances of Peru. Lunch is enjoyed in the Wayra Gardens among the native plants, served in a modern environment.
    We are enveloped by the aroma of freshly baked bread coming out of the wood-burning ovens, tasty empanadas with different fillings, and an amazing assortment of native potatoes from remote communities that have preserved them along with their stories.
    After lunch, we will continue to the Inca fortress of Ollantaytambo. The site was built just as the Spaniards arrived and evidence of how it was constructed is still visible. After seeing the magnificent past of the spot stroll through the quaint streets of the present town before returning to your hotel.

  • 5

    Your private guide will meet you at your hotel early this morning. You will be driven to the train station to board the Hiram Bingham train, for a dramatic train ride to Machu Picchu (6180 feet), the great mountain-top city abandoned by the Inca Empire, reclaimed by the jungle and lost to humanity until its rediscovery in 1911.

    It sits on a mountain site of extraordinary beauty, in the middle of a tropical mountain forest. Machu Picchu was probably the most amazing urban creation of the Inca Empire at its height, with its giant walls, terraces and ramps, which appear as though they have been cut naturally in the continuous rock escarpments.

    Upon arrival to the ruins, a guided tour of the lost citadel. Lunch will be served at the Sanctuary Lodge next to the ruins.

    One night in Machu Picchu, at the Sanctuary Lodge Hotel (double occupancy). Breakfast, hotel tax and service charge included.

  • 6

    We invite you to enjoy this delicious and colorful experience where you will be able to taste some of the local flavors of the city and learn about its culture. This walking tour through the inner walled section of the colonial city will let you experience Machu Picchu like a local resident in a neighborhood where people live, eat and shop.

    Visit the Citadel of Machu Picchu for the second time.

    For the most adventurous people, we suggest to go up the Huayna Picchu (if it is not raining) from where you can appreciate the immensity of Machu Picchu even more amazing being high and distant. Arriving at the top takes about two and a half hours and it must be before 13:00 hours. It is necessary to register in the office located at the beginning of the trail.

    In the afternoon, go back to Cusco in the Hiram Bingham train and transfer to your hotel.

    Two nights in Cusco, at your selected hotel (double occupancy). Breakfast, hotel tax and service charge included.

  • 7

    Inca rulers once called Cusco the "Navel of the World". Cusco remains today a city that blends colonial Spanish charm with older, more austere remains of pre-Columbian glory. The foundations of Inca structures can be seen on many of its city streets today.

    Today in the afternoon you will go on a guided visit of the Imperial City of Cusco. In this Cusco city tour you will visit the Main Plaza, which has been the scene of great historical events in the Capital of the Incas and the main Cathedral church, constructed of great slabs of red granite in renaissance style and thus contrasting with the baroque style silverwork which decorates the interior of it.

    You will then continue on to the Santo Domingo church, built upon the foundations of the Inca temple Koricancha, which was dedicated to Sun worship.

    Later, you will head to the City’s nearby ruins; the fortress of Sacsayhuaman, a magnificent example of Incan military power; Qenqo, a ritualistic site with subterranean galleries that form an underground maze; Puca Pucara, the red fortress, and finally Tambomachay, also known as the Incan Baths. After this amazing educative Cusco city tour you will be driven back to your hotel.

  • 8

    After breakfast, transfer to the Cusco airport. Upon arrival in Lima, you will have assistance at the airport for your international flight departure.

Inclusions - Exclusions - Notes



  • Transportation airport / hotel / airport
  • Nights of accommodation in single/double room
  • Entrance fees and activities as described in the program
  • Meals as described in the program
  • Hotel taxes
  • Private services with local English speaking guides
  • Permanent assistance by our offices in each city





  • International air fares or domestic air fares
  • Meals or any other item not described in the itinerary
  • Early check-in, late check-out, services and non-mentioned meals in the itinerary
  • Personal expenses
  • Drinks during meals, hotel extras and personal spending
  • Tips for guides and hotel staff
  • Activities not described in the program
  • Meals not described in the program
  • Airport taxes




Important Notes

  • No reservations have been placed
  • This is a preliminary costing; hotels may vary according to availability
  • All entrance fees are subject to change without previous notice
  • Rates are quoted in single/double rooms, for other accommodations such as triple please re-quote.
  • The program is quoted beginning on Friday in Bogotá. If beginning in midweek days, the rate may vary.