Machu Picchu
Exploring Peru,

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From the bustling capital of Peru, to the thrilling adventures of the Amazon Forest, to the World’s highest navigable lake. Enigmatic Inca sites and traditions, rich exotic cuisine, authentic encounters with locals, great hikes and the marvelous Machu Picchu “The Lost City” of the Incas, one of the new 7 wonders of the World.— this package has it all!

See Peru in comfort and style with Peru Machu Picchu Tours!


Lima, Puerto MaldonadoAmazon Rainforest”, Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Puno, Lake Titicaca, La Paz


Day 1: Arrival in Lima

Arrive in Peru’s sprawling capital city and receive a welcome at Lima airport, a Peru Machu Picchu tours representative will meet you there and accompany you by private vehicle to your hotel, showing you the city as you go.

Lima is home to the Government palace and World-renowned & award-winning restaurants.


Days 2 – 3: Flight to Puerto Maldonado & Transfer to Rainforest Lodge

Transfer to Lima Airport for your flight to Puerto Maldonado city (1.5-hour approx).

Upon arrival, the lodge staff will welcome you and take you to their office in town where you’ll leave most of your luggage in a safe storage room and continue traveling with a small pack with just the necessary items for your next two nights in the jungle. Then take a motorized canoe up river to our jungle lodge in the Madre de Dios area. The lodge is Eco-friendly with comfortable rooms, flush toilets (en suite), showers (cold water only), mosquito nets and lamps. Adventure into the jungle with our local, multilingual guides and encounter magnificent fauna and flora in their natural habitat. Spot everything from macaws and monkeys to peccary, jabirus, otters and butterflies.

* Note: Your Amazon guide will provide details about the activities that you will do each day.

Meals: Breakfast (3), Lunch (2), Dinner (2).

Day 4: Return to Puerto Maldonado & Flight to Cusco - City Tour

After exploring the wilds, it’s time to jump back in the canoe and return to Puerto Maldonado.

Transfer to Puerto Maldonado airport for your flight to Cusco city (45-minutes approx).

Explore Cusco city, the country’s heart and soul, which was the capital of the vast and impressive Inca civilization. Explore Pre-Hispanic Inca temples, impressive Inca complexes on the outskirts of the city such as Saqsayhuaman, an Inca complex with megalithic constructions; Q’enqo, an ancient Inca ceremonial site; the Cathedral which is one of South America’s nicest Catholic churches and finally proceed to San Blas, the Artisans’ neighborhood of narrow and high cobblestone streets. You’ll discover historic plazas, quaint local coffee shops, unique workshops and the true magic of this historical city.

* What to do and see in your spare time: Admire the marvelous city’s Inca-Colonial architecture, visit a silver workshop, learn all about the process and designs of the high-quality Peruvian jewelry, if feeling adventurous! Try Cusco’s most traditional dish “CUY” (Baked Guinea pig) or Alpaca skewers quite popular at present.

Meals: Breakfast.

Day 5 : Exploring The Sacred Valley

Travel by private bus through the lush terraces of the Sacred Valley, stopping along the way to gain an insight into traditional Inca culture. Visit the Chinchero community where you can appreciate Andean traditions and learn about traditional weaving techniques, dyeing processes and colorful textile. After, visit Moray, the “Inca agricultural greenhouse” that was an Inca experimental place to study the adaptation of plants into new ecosystems. Next, you’ll visit Maras “Salt Mines”, an impressive open salt-extraction complex consisting of thousands of small pans that have been in use since long before the Inca times. Continue the journey to Ollantaytambo, a town built around an ancient Inca fortress, admire the sophisticated Inca architecture and town planning, temples, astronomical centers, fountains, Finally transfer to your selected hotel.

* The farming terraces of Moray and the Maras Salt Pans are lesser visited than other sites in the Sacred Valley due to their remote location that’s not served by public transport. For this reason, Maras and Moray sites are often lumped together on a Sacred Valley tour.

* How to get: By E-bike, mountain bikes, private car or on foot. ⇒ Check with our travel experts for suggestions!

Meals: Breakfast.

Days 6 – 9: Hiking the Iconic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu!

Accompanied by porters, cooks and a local professional guide, embark on a four-day trek along the iconic Inca Trail. Take in the astounding panoramas, hike through dense forests and stop to observe the ruins of ancient villages and temples. After all that hard work, take some time to explore awe-inspiring Machu Picchu, an unforgettable sight.

Meals: Breakfast (3), Lunch (3) and Dinner (3).

Day 10: Cusco - Free day

Enjoy the day at your leisure. Get reacquainted with Cusco, browsing the food stalls of the central market, picking up some colorful alpaca garments or soak up the atmosphere in one of the town’s many quaint cafes.

Meals: Breakfast.

Day 11: Scenic Bus ride to Lake Titicaca – Puno

Transfer to the bus station and take the tourist bus to Puno. The journey takes nearly a full day, including stops along the way at various sites including; Andahuaylillas Church (the Sistine Chapel of South America), Raqchy Inca Temple and Pukara Lithic Museum. Admire the beautiful landscapes in the Andes.

Upon arrival in Puno, receive a welcome at the bus station, a Peru Machu Picchu representative will meet you there and transfer you to the selected hotel.

*Optional train: The train journey from Cusco to Puno is one of the most impressive in South America and the Andean Explorer Car gives passengers plenty of opportunities to take photos.

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch.


Days 12 – 13: Exploring Lake Titicaca & Homestay

Take a boat on the mystical Lake Titicaca, which lies at 3,800 m / 12,540 feet, making Titicaca the World’s highest navigable lake. Cruise to the incredible floating Uros Islands, constructed entirely from reeds and home to an ancient community whose ancestral lineage stretches back to Pre-Inca times, after, sail to Taquile Island where the community’s men craft handmade woolen clothing, honored by UNESCO for their weaving skills. Enjoy a delicious lunch with a stunning view of the lake, make new friends and learn about the indigenous people and their traditions,
enjoy the local hospitality on a family homestay.

Meals: Breakfast (2), Lunch (1) and Dinner (1).

Days 14 – 15: Bus ride to La Paz - Bolivia

Travel to Bolivia’s capital, La Paz, and hit the markets for some souvenir shopping. Don’t miss the Witches’ Market, which sells a quirky collection of herbs, folk remedies, amulets and other items used in traditional rituals.

Meals: Breakfast.

Optional: “Death Road” mountain biking at 4750 meters (15,675 feet). An unforgettable experience!



Meals: As specified (12 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 5 dinners).

Transport: Plane, Canoe, Private Vehicle, Shuttle bus, Train (Tourist Class to/From Machu Picchu), Speed boat and tourist bus.

Accommodation: Hotel (7 nights), Jungle Lodge (2 nights), Camping tent (3 nights), homestay (1 night).

Included activities: Lima City Tour, Cusco City Tour, Sacred Valley Tour, 4-day Inca trail, Rainbow Mountain Hike, Machu Picchu Tour, Rainforest Jungle (Group tour), Lake Titicaca tour – homestay, La Paz city tour..

Flights: Domestic only.

Local Professionals: English-speaking guides, biologist and naturalist.

Entrance fees: For all excursions.

In-trip assistance: 24/7 during your stay.

× Not Included

International flights to/from Peru nor Bolivia.

Travel Insurance.

Meals not specified.


NOTE: All itineraries are subject to change due to weather conditions, availability or on restrictions undertaken for safety reasons by the Peruvian Government.

* Our representative “Tour leader” travels with you and work 24/7  (groups 4+).


HotelPrices From
Tourist Class $ 1,940 p/p
Superior Class$ 2,170 p/p
Luxury Class$ 2,650 p/p

NOTE: The prices listed above are only applicable for 2023. Rates vary depending on departure dates. ⇒ Contact our travel experts for a free quotation and further information.

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