Quintessential Peru


Lima, Puerto Maldonado, Amazon, Cusco, Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu, Juliaca, Puno

Head into the Andes and find the lost city of Machu Picchu.

Investigate the rich biological system of the Peruvian Amazon.

Leave on private guided voyages through old and current capitals Cusco and Lima.

Find the delightful landscape of Lake Titicaca, the origination of the Incas.

Incorporates homegrown airfare and expertly chose premium facilities.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Discovery, Family, Guided Tours
  • Activity Level Leisurely
  • Group Size Medium Group
All about the Quintessential Peru.

A travel experience like no other

This example schedule was made by specialists and is intended to move your next trip. It is fit to be modified to suit your inclinations, tastes, and spending plan so you can associate with neighborhood societies and experience true travel on your own terms, and withdrawing at whatever point you pick.

  • DAY 1

LIMA You’ve Arrived

  • Airport with Meet & Greet – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative (Day)
  • Peru Welcome Package
  • JW Marriott Executive Lounge Access.


  • DAY 2

LIMA Strolling the Magical Streets

  • Lima City Tour & Curated Larco Museum Visit (with Lunch, 6 hrs) – Private Tour
  • Dinner Reservations & Car Service – Vehicle/Guide/Driver.


  • DAY 3


  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative (Day)
  • Air – Lima – Puerto Maldonado [via Cusco, 3 hrs – Separate Purchase] –
  • Airport – Shuttle/Driver
  • Lodge – Motorized Canoe/Skipper
  • Lunch (included)
  • Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica – Inclusions
  • Hiking the Oje Trail & Twilight River Ride
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 4

AMAZON Lose Yourself in Nature

  • Breakfast (included)
  • Lake Sandoval and the Tambopata National Reserve
  • Lunch (included)
  • The Inkaterra Canopy Walkway
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 5

AMAZON Lace Up for Some Fresh Air

  • Exploring Gamitana Creek
  • Breakfast (included)
  • Lunch (included)
  • Rainforest Garden Walk & Rainforest by Night
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 6


  • Breakfast (included)
  • Lodge – Motorized Canoe/Skipper
  • Airport – Shuttle/Driver
  • Air – Puerto Maldonado – Cusco [1 hr – Separate Purchase] –
  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative
  • Afternoon Acclimatization.


  • DAY 7

CUSCO Cultural Immersion

  • Pisac Market & Cusco Walking Tour (with Lunch, 8 hrs) – Vehicle/Driver/Guide.


  • DAY 8


  • Train Station – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative
  • Train – Cusco – Aguas Calientes [Vistadome (4 hrs)] – Train Ticket
  • Note: Special luggage instructions
  • Transfer – Shared – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu [Bus up to Machu Picchu (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Machu Picchu Tour (with Lunch, 4 hrs) – Private Tour
  • Transfer – Shared – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes [Bus down to Aguas Calientes (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 9


  • Transfer – Shared – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu [Bus up to Machu Picchu (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Sun Gate Hike with Guide (3.5 hrs) – Private
  • Transfer – Shared – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes [Bus down to Aguas Calientes (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Train – Aguas Calientes – Cusco [Vistadome (4 hrs)] – Train Ticket
  • Train Station – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative.


  • DAY 10


  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative
  • Air – Cusco – Juliaca [1 hr – Separate Purchase] –
  • Transfer – Private – Juliaca – Puno [via Sillustani (with Box Lunch) (3hrs)] – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 11

PUNO Rollin’ on the River

  • Lake Titicaca Uros & Taquile Islands by Boat (with Lunch, 7 hrs) – Shared
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 12


  • Transfer – Private – Puno – Juliaca [Airport (1hr)] – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Air – Juliaca – Lima [Direct, 1.5 hrs] – Separate Purchase.


The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • A completely tweaked agenda dependent on your inclinations and timetable
  • Day in and day out in-objective help from our neighborhood office
  • All convenience stays, visits, and moves for planned exercises are covered, except if in any case recorded in the agenda
  • A private driver for visits and moves (in certain nations our nearby private aides likewise go about as your driver – your Destination Expert will examine with you if appropriate)
  • Nearby private aides or shared visits that take you through your agenda features and encounters, your last schedule will affirm the kind of visit
  • Hello at the air terminal or at your convenience from one of our agents – your master will affirm your meet and welcome area with you
  • Breakfast every morning at your lodging, in addition to any dinners showed in the schedule
  • One bag and one carry-on per individual for trip moves.
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Your worldwide airfare – kindly can let your master say whether you’d prefer to get valuing from our Air Team
  • Travel protection, which we offer and can be bought after you’ve booked your visit
  • Visas (except if noted)
  • Tips for administrations and encounters
  • Snacks, suppers, and beverages (heavy drinker and non-drunkard), except if determined in the schedule
  • Overabundance stuff charges, and where relevant, things excluded from your admission
  • Individual charges like clothing, calls, SIM cards, or room administration
  • Early registration or late registration from inns (except if in any case determined)
  • Extra touring, exercises, and encounters outside of your schedule
  • Discretionary improvements like room or flight redesigns, or nearby camera or video charges
  • Identification charges, inoculation expenses, and nearby takeoff charges (when material).
  1. Day 1 LIMA

    You’ve Arrived

    Upon appearance to Lima, you will be invited outside of Customs by an English-talking partner holding a sign with your name on it. This agent will guide you to your anticipating vehicle and driver, and go with you to your inn to help with registration.

    An invite bundle containing a city map, visit vouchers, and other helpful data will be sitting tight for you upon landing in your first inn.

    Visitors remaining in select rooms at the JW Marriott Miraflores are given free admittance to the inn’s Executive Lounge. Found on the 24th floor, open 24 hours per day and offering staffed administration from 6 am to 10 pm, appreciate free Wi-Fi access, light bites, and soda pops at any hour, alongside a phenomenal perspective on the Pacific Ocean, all complimentary all through your visit. If it’s not too much trouble, note: Executive Lounge access is given to visitors remaining in Executive Rooms, Suites, Suites with Whirlpool, or the Presidential Suite.

  2. Day 2 LIMA

    Walking the Magical Streets

    Established in 1535 and proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991, Lima’s set of experiences is both interesting and wild. Find this set of experiences firsthand with your private guide and driver, starting with a visit to the Larco Herrera Museum, home to the most exhaustive assortment of pre-Columbian workmanship on the planet. A friend at stylized covers, elaborate busts, brilliant crowns, accessories, and hoops, and a broad cluster of stoneware on a smartly curated visit drove by a partner researcher of the gallery. After lunch at the Larco Museum Café, visit Lima’s noteworthy focus to wonder about extremely old structures, like the Government Palace and City Hall in Plaza Mayor. In a similar square, finished in 1774, is the San Francisco Convent. A noteworthy illustration of Spanish Baroque design, it stays as striking today as it was in the eighteenth century. Broad sepulchers under the community have the remaining parts of an expected 25,000 people who were covered preceding the launch of Lima’s city burial ground – a visit to the matured burial chambers is one you will probably remember forever. Balancing the day, stop by two of the city’s trendiest barrios, San Isidro and Miraflores. Walk around very much tended promenades, lavish city parks, past government offices, offices, and flourishing organizations as you investigate San Isidro. Kindly note: Your visit through the Larco Herrera Museum will be driven by a partner researcher and your guide won’t go along with you.

    From grant-winning ceviche to mouth-watering Peruvian-Japanese combination, roused French-impacted Novoandina cooking to cultivate to-table natural enjoyments, Lima has everything. Around evening time, find this humming gastronomic scene firsthand. Reservations will be made ahead of time at your preferred café, and full circle transportation in a private vehicle will likewise be given. Our Destination Expert’s top proposals for high-end food in Lima incorporate Maido, Central, Astrid y Gaston, Nobu, Rafael, and Chez Wong. Kindly note: Your feast is excluded and will be paid for on the spot. Reservations are affirmed at the hour of booking and are dependent upon accessibility.


    A Change of Scenery

    You will be secretly moved between your inn and Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima by an expert driver and an English-talking delegate.

    Get onto a departure from Lima with the administration to Puerto Maldonado through Cuzco. The estimated flight time is just shy of three hours. If it’s not too much trouble, note this flight is excluded from your schedule cost and should be bought independently.

    Upon landing in Padre Aldamiz International Airport in Puerto Maldonado, you will be welcomed by the staff of Inktaterra Reserva Amazonica and start the short exchange to the waterway bay.

    Board a mechanized kayak on the banks of the Madre de Dios River and start the 45-minute exchange to the hotel.

    Following lunch, meet with Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica advisers to plan your day’s experience! Scope of free exercises is accessible to you during your visit to Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica. These outings are bunch-based and imparted to different visitors of the cabin.

    Please note: 1) All trips are liable to climate conditions. 2) While your Destination Expert has arranged a recommended course of trips for your schedule, the scope of the numerous journeys offered by Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica will be accessible to you every day. Related to neighborhood guides, you will plan your everyday exercises dependent on your inclinations and energy level. If it’s not too much trouble, let your Destination Expert know whether you might want additional data on any action.

    The Oje Trail is the ideal prologue to the Amazon’s stunning biodiversity. A little more than a mile long, the path is frequented by visitors of the cabin, making it one of the simpler ways to navigate. Tracking with the riverside and through occasionally overflowed backwoods, the path begins at the furthest side of the hotel’s property through a space highlighting kapok trees, strangler figs, catahuya, and trees that are home to an extraordinary scope of birds. In the organization of an inhabitant control, head out on this all-around stamped trail and find a little example of what Amazon has to bring to the table in the coming days. In the late evening, head out on a guided boat ride to observe the captivating progress from day to night as creatures of the daytime are supplanted by nighttime animals. Find out about this climate and the numerous creatures they tail during that time including owls, nightjars, capybaras, and caimans. On starry evenings, the stars of the southern half of the globe stun.

  4. Day 4 AMAZON

    Lose Yourself in Nature

    Get up late or rise early — the decision is yours. Breakfast starts at 5:30 am for the individuals who need to keep away from the warmth and appreciate nature to its fullest, and is served until 9:30 am. Earlier today, visit Lake Sandoval into the Tambopata National Reserve. Coast in a wooden kayak, across a lovely, reflect-like oxbow lake that is home to the jeopardized monster stream otter, just as red howler monkeys, red-bellied macaws, boa constrictors, side-neck turtles, and dark caimans. After an early daytime rowing through this extraordinary land, you will get back to the cabin for lunch.

    After lunch, walk along the noteworthy Inkaterra Canopy Walkway. Subsequent to rising the main pinnacle, 95 feet over the woodland ground, start this excursion through the rainforest covering on an engineered overpass network connecting eight perception stages. During this hour and a half campaign, be keeping watch for brilliant toucans, woodpeckers, trogons, monkeys, and sloths. On the off chance that you wish you may expand your outing and like the dusk from one of the pinnacles. Back at the hotel, essentially unwind or maybe head to the Eco Center to get the evening’s show.

  5. Day 5 AMAZON

    Trim Up for Some Fresh Air

    A 25-minute boat ride from the hotel, Gamitana Creek is a dim water stream that is home to piranhas, caimans, turtles, and a wide scope of birds. Investigate this unbound land with your Inkaterra control and find out about the numerous creatures and plants that rely upon each other to endure. Following an hour and a half visit, make the one-hour ride to Gamitana Model Farm for a short visit through the property and see firsthand how ranchers develop their leafy foods, maybe getting a couple of stunts to use back home.

    In the early evening and evening, take an interest in two brilliant excursions. To begin with, walk around the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica rainforest garden. Planted over 10 years prior by local people, the nursery exhibits a variety of local plants, trees, and orchids. With an Inkaterra control offering inside and out bits of knowledge into the customary uses and advantages of these plants and trees from development to apparel to medication en route, appreciate this relaxed and useful walk. In the evening, partake in the ”Rainforest by Night” program. Adventure into the obscured woodland and experience the secrets of the evening wilderness. With the calls of nighttime creatures ringing surrounding you, and with the help of a spotlight and guide, investigate this hypnotizing if on occasion perturbing area and, with karma, recognize a couple of Amazonian creatures that just arise around evening time.


    On the up and up

    After involvement with the core of the Peruvian Amazon, the time has come to say goodbye to Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica and load up a mechanized kayak to start the 45-minute exchange to Puerto Maldonado.

    Upon appearance to Puerto Maldonado, you will be moved to Padre Aldamiz International Airport.

    Load onto a departure from Puerto Maldonado with direct help to Cusco. The inexact flight time is 60 minutes. Kindly note this flight is excluded from your agenda cost and should be bought independently.

    Appreciate a private exchange between your inn and Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport in Cusco close by an expert driver and an English-talking agent.

    The impacts of being at high heights change from one individual to another. While a few explorers will encounter no uneasiness, others may discover the interaction of acclimatization really testing. To guarantee a charming involvement in the coming days, set aside some effort to rest and permit your body to conform to the adjustment of climate.

  7. Day 7 CUSCO

    Social Immersion

    Start the day with an excursion to the Pisac Market, where craftsmen from across the locale assemble to exhibit their fastidiously planned specialties. Energetically shaded hand-woven materials, intricately beautified ceramics, painstakingly built gems, and true Peruvian dish woodwinds are only a couple of the products you’ll discover on a proposal by the numerous shippers you’ll meet during your guided visit through the market square. Then, head back to Cusco where you will appreciate a heavenly lunch at Incanto (included), which represents considerable authority in the Mediterranean-Andean combination and is portrayed by Fodor’s Travel as ”snazzy” and ”upmarket.” Refueled for the day, your strolling visit through Cusco will start with a charming walk around the curious, cobbled roads of the San Blas locale where a frontier church prominent for its unfathomably resplendent wood-cut lectern will be visited. Ahead, you will continue to the Koricancha Temple, when isolate plated gold and highlighting patio sculptures made of strong gold, Conquistadors portrayed it as ”impressive to excess.” Today, the Church of Santo Domingo lays on the site of the first sanctuary, making it an astounding area to find out about the convergence of Inca and Spanish culture and design from your master neighborhood control. Finishing up with a visit to Plaza de Armas and Cusco Cathedral, this enveloping visit is an astounding prologue to the practices and history of this extraordinary land.


    Cross a thing off the Bucket List

    Appreciate a private exchange between your inn and Poroy Train Station discovered right outside of Cusco close by an expert driver and an English-talking delegate.

    Subsequent to showing up at Poroy Train Station, bid goodbye to your neighborhood colleague and board the notable Vistadome. Having gotten comfortable, the train will withdraw from high in the mountains alongside a progression of bend trails, known as The Zigzag, slipping into the dale underneath. Following the great Urubamba River, appreciate striking perspectives on the emotional scene as you start the journey into the core of the Sacred Valley. Pass through the sluggish town of Ollantaytambo which rests next to the monumental Pinkuylluna Mountain where there will be a concise stop to drop off and gather travelers. Before long the Vistadome will set off on the last, two-hour leg of the excursion, after a short time showing up in the lower regions underneath the old fortification in the town of Aguas Calientes. Here, your nearby guide will invite you along with neighborhood inn doormen who will move your gear to your convenience.

    If it’s not too much trouble, note, exacting baggage limitations apply on board the Vistadome: 1) Only one piece of hand gear is allowed per visitor, gauging a limit of 11 lbs (5 kgs). 2) Hand gear can’t be bigger than 62 square inches. Stuff that surpasses weight or estimation limitations won’t be allowed. Kindly address your Destination Expert for more data.

    Note on Luggage: This morning, your essential gear will be put in secure capacity in Cusco. You will bring an individual short-term sack on board the train to Machu Picchu. Upon appearance to Aguas Calientes, you will land the train and meet your Machu Picchu manager right away. This neighborhood guide will guarantee your overnight sack is sent to your lodging in Aguas Calientes through the inn doormen. This will permit you to proceed straightforwardly to Machu Picchu. Upon appearance in Cusco, your essential gear will be hanging tight for you.

    Board a bus transport in Aguas Calientes and start the 30-minute drive to rise Machu Picchu Mountain on a curve street cut into the mountainside. Transports withdraw often, leaving Aguas Calientes roughly like clockwork.

    Saturated with a secret, the mountain bastion of Machu Picchu has stunned guests since its revelation by an American student of history and adventurer Hiram Bingham in 1911. Accepted to have been developed at some point around 1450 CE and deserted a little more than a century later, it is one of the world’s most valued legacy locales, and in light of current circumstances; supplementing a captivating history and staggering engineering are extraordinary perspectives on the encompassing mountain ranges and the wild Urubamba River exactly 2,000 feet underneath. With a private guide obliging your own advantages and giving an educational outline of the set of experiences and engineering of this old fortification, acquire a firsthand comprehension of – and close appreciation for – the masterpiece in Peruvian travel. Contingent upon the circumstance of your appearance, you will visit the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge, the solitary inn found on Machu Picchu, to appreciate a comfortable lunch either previously or after your inside and out visit.

    Board a bus transport at the passage to Machu Picchu and make the 30-minute re-visitation of close by Aguas Calientes. Transport transports withdraw habitually, leaving Machu Picchu roughly like clockwork.


    Take to the Trails

    Board a van transport in Aguas Calientes and start the 30-minute drive to climb Machu Picchu Mountain on a curve street cut into the mountainside. Transports withdraw regularly, leaving Aguas Calientes roughly like clockwork.

    High in the mountains close to Machu Picchu is a very much trampled, antiquated stone pathway that drives the route to the formal and conventional access to Machu Picchu stronghold, known as Inti Punku (or Sun Gate). This path is considered by numerous individuals to be the most fundamental climb in Peru as it manages the cost of shocking vistas of the scene and finishes in a marvelous perspective on the Machu Picchu fortification where the whole mind-boggling can be valued from a solitary vantage point. Around one mile long, and including a climb of roughly 1,000 feet, the level confronted stones laid on the mountainside have been gone for over five centuries by a bewildering scope of individuals, from the most punctual Inca pioneers to the fearless voyagers of the present. Today, with a specialist nearby guide close by, walk in the strides of the Inca while getting a charge out of emotional perspectives on the space, including the Urubamba River, Machu Picchu, and Huayna Picchu. Please note: this climb is viewed as decently troublesome, normally takes three to four hours to finish, and isn’t suggested for visitors with versatility limitations.

    Board a van transport at the passage to Machu Picchu and make the 30-minute re-visitation of close by Aguas Calientes. Transport transports withdraw often, leaving Machu Picchu around like clockwork.

    After an interesting involvement with the core of the antiquated Inca world, the time has come to withdraw for the Imperial City, Cusco. Board the Vistadome in Aguas Calientes and unwind as you set out on the grand, four-hour excursion to Poroy Train Station close to Cusco. The course tracks with the Urubamba River, ascending and diving through uneven territory using, where important, a progression of curve trails. Consider buying a light tidbit or reward to make this stay through the field significantly more charming. In a little while, you will show up at Poroy Station close to Cusco.

    Appreciate a private exchange between your lodging and Poroy Train Station discovered right outside of Cusco close by an expert driver and an English-talking delegate.


    A Journey Back in Time

    Appreciate a private exchange between your lodging and Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport in Cusco close by an expert driver and an English-talking agent.

    Get onto a departure from Cusco with direct assistance to Juliaca. The estimated flight time is 60 minutes. If it’s not too much trouble, note this flight is excluded from your agenda cost and should be bought independently.

    Private exchange with English-talking aide and vehicle, including a visit on the way to the great Sillustani burial places. Sillustani sits on a little peak sitting above Lake Umayo. There are around 100 entombment towers, showing complex designing difficulties, more than different Incas developments. The more notable individuals were covered in the pinnacles. Visit this novel site on the way. A boxed lunch is incorporated.

  11. Day 11 PUNO

    Rollin’ on the River

    Appreciate an entire day of shared visits by boat to visit Uros and Taquile Islands close by an English-talking guide. A Quechua-talking populace built up an effective and special social framework that keeps on being passed from one age to another in these parts. The islands are likewise acclaimed for one of the world’s best hand weaving procedures. Board a little boat and adventure out onto the waters of Lake Titicaca. Visit one of the local Uros people group situated on a man-made gliding island in the lake. The Uros individuals live absolutely entwined with the ”Totora” reed which fills plentifully in the shallows of the lake. This lifestyle started more than 500 years prior when the Uros constructed the islands with an end goal to seclude themselves from the Coyas and the Incas. From here, proceed forward to visit Taquile Island. The people group here lives in ideal congruity with the climate. Local people wear brilliant conventional garments which they make themselves and keep a solid demeanor of gathering distinction. Men consistently appear to stroll around the island weaving the woolen covers they wear. Ladies weave conventional garments, which are among Peru’s generally excellent. Appreciate lunch on Taquile (included) and afterward get back to Puno in the early evening.


    Until Next Time…

    An English-talking nearby agent will meet you in the inn campaign and go with your close by an expert driver and private vehicle to the Juliaca Airport.

    Load onto a trip in Juliaca with direct assistance to Lima. The surmised flight time is one hour and 40 minutes.