Peru Travel Tours & Trips

Warminwanusca - 'Dead Woman’s Pass' on the Inca Trail
The condors of one of the deepest canyons in the world - Colca Canyon
Puno - a town four kilometres above sea-level
UNESCO World Heritage-listed ancient Inca capital of Cusco
UNESCO World Heritage-listed historic centre of the Peruvian capital Lima
The 'Lost City of the Incas' - UNESCO World Heritage-listed Machu Picchu
The white volcanic 'sillar' architecture and Cathedral of UNESCO World Heritage-listed Arequipa
The floating reed islands of the Uros people on the highest navigable lake in the world - Lake Titicaca
Sacred Valley cycle
Salkantay - trekking the most remote reaches of the Sacred Valley
  • Trips & tours in Peru

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    From US $355

    Lima Experience - Independent - 3 days

    You can’t leave Lima without trying a plate of ceviche, Peru’s signature dish. Raw fish is cut into bite-sized pieces and marinated with lime, salt...
    Countries visited: Peru
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    From US $3652

    Peru Uncovered - Independent Journey - 10 days

    You can’t leave Lima without trying a plate of ceviche, Peru’s signature dish. Raw fish is cut into bite-sized pieces and marinated with lime, salt...
    Countries visited: Peru
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    From US $1210

    Machu Picchu Experience - Independent - 5 days

    The purpose behind Machu Picchu may always be a mystery, since no historical records of the complex exist. In fact, none were made in the first place, since...
    Countries visited: Peru
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  • Why we love Peru

    • There are countless depictions of The Last Supper in Catholic institutions around the world, but it’s likely that the Cathedral of Santo Domingo in Cusco is the only one with a painting of Jesus and his disciples sitting down to share a freshly roasted guinea pig!
    • Stay in the Heath River Lodge, deep in the jungle on the Peru-Bolivia border. It’s a long way from anywhere, four to five hours on a boat, but it’s a nature-lover’s heaven. You’ll see black caiman, capybara (a giant guinea pig), monkeys and brilliant macaws. If you’re lucky, you might even get a glimpse of a jaguar
    • The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a great experience, but many actually prefer the ‘prequel’ hike to Mount Salkantay. It’s almost ignored by the big tourist groups and the path is dotted by well-preserved Inca ruins and the Andes landscape takes your breath away
    • Nazca Lines from the air, condors wheeling over Colca Canyon, glorious Machu Picchu

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