Explore Peru

Peru is one of the world’s ideal travel destinations, with an assortment of stunning landscapes, a rich wildlife, and ancient ruins at every turn. Whether you are attracted to the tranquility of the coast, the splendor of the Andes Mountains, or the untamed beauty of the jungle, there are an abundant amount of travel packages available for you.

We offer airport pick-up services from Peru’s capital city, Lima, to make your first impressions of Peru enjoyable and hassle free. If you have ceviche and warm waves on your mind, our Trujillo-Chiclayo package offers the best of the region, including stops along the serene beaches of Huanchacho and visits to the pre-Incan monuments of the coast.

Adventurer seekers are in luck, as we offer many services to satisfy your itch.  Travel south to see the breathtaking chasms of Colca Canyon, the deepest canyon in the world. Journey to the Incan capital of Cusco and go on a mountain biking escapade around the Sacred Valley. From Cusco you can launch your expedition to one of the most stunning wonders of the world, Machu Picchu. We offer many different tour options, including the traditional Inca trail, two day Inca trail, or the alternative treks of Salkantay and Lares, taking you far off the beaten path. Visit the breathtaking ruins of Choquequirao in the spurs of the Salkantay Mountain Range, considered ¨Machu Picchu’s sister¨ as it bears a striking similarity in structure and architecture. Select our Uchuy Qosqo package to visit remote ruins above the Urubamba Valley, or hike to the mysterious Choquekiraw Sanctuary across the canyon of the Apurimac River.

Interested in visiting macas and tapir clay licks, oxbow lake, canopy platforms and trail hikes? Check out one of our many Manu Wildlife Center tours, located east of the Manu River on the north bank of Madre de Dios River. The Bio Trip package takes mountain and nature lovers from the Andes to the jungle, and gives you the rare opportunity to see the lush cloud forest region where the Andes fall away to the Amazon basin.

Tour the Nazca Lines, the mysterious archaic markings on the elevated Nazca Pampa plateau, one of the most astonishing legacies of the old cultures. See the Q’eswachaka Bridge, located over the Apurimac River near Cusco, built in the original Inca manner made from q’oya grass. Our Lake Titicaca package offers a 3 day excursion to the highest navigable lake in the world, hosting the Uros Floating Islands and stopping at the dazzling Greek-like islands of Amantani and Taquile.


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Pachacamac
PACHACAMAC:
Quechua for "Creator of the World", Pachacamac has been a sacred and ceremonial site since the beginning of the Christian era. In this morning tour you'll be guided around the Temple to the Sun God and the Temple of the Virgins of the Sun, and gain great insight into pre-Incan culture and religion.
Lima
LIMA:
Enjoy a stress-free arrival to Peru with our pickup and drop off service. Our Lima city tour shows the best of both the modern and colonial parts of the city, visiting "Huaca Pucllana", dated at around 700AD, but also modern residential areas. Other Lima excursions include a Museum Tour offering you vast collections of textiles from the Pre-Ceramic period, as well as Pre-Colombian art. For any treasure-hunters, a visit to the Gold Museum is an absolute must.
Trujillo
TRUJILLO & CHICLAYO:
This 3-day trip is Northern Peru at its best. A morning city tour around Trujillo, dubbed "The City of Eternal Spring", takes in beautiful colonial architecture, whilst in the afternoon we visit the Moche ruins 5km from Trujillo. Day 2 is in Chiclayo, and our visit to the tomb of El Señor de Sipan and the linked museum will provide insight into the Moche culture which ruled the Peruvian coast between 100 AD and 700 AD. A UNESCO World Heritage site follows on Day 3 with Chan Chan, before we hit the beach at Huanchaco, famous for its ancient reed boats!
Chiclayo
TRUJILLO & CHICLAYO:
This 3-day trip is Northern Peru at its best. A morning city tour around Trujillo, dubbed "The City of Eternal Spring", takes in beautiful colonial architecture, whilst in the afternoon we visit the Moche ruins 5km from Trujillo. Day 2 is in Chiclayo, and our visit to the tomb of El Señor de Sipan and the linked museum will provide insight into the Moche culture which ruled the Peruvian coast between 100 AD and 700 AD. A UNESCO World Heritage site follows on Day 3 with Chan Chan, before we hit the beach at Huanchaco, famous for its ancient reed boats!
Nazca Lines
NAZCA LINES:
A fantastic 2-day tour kicks off with a flight over the mysterious Nazca Lines. Why they were created is anyone's guess, but you can't help but be astounded by the different animals portrayed across the Nazca Pampa. A transfer to Pisco that evening allows for a trip to the Ballestas Islands the following morning. These islands are an important sanctuary for animals such as penguins, seals and the infamous blue-footed booby!
Manu
National Park
MANU NATIONAL PARK:
Enjoy 5-7 days on the Madre de Dios River, with more wildlife than you could imagine. The wildlife throughout our trips in Manu will not disappoint as Macaws,Tapirs and the Peruvian National Bird, the Cock-of-the-Rock will provide you with lifelong memories. Choose between the 3 options for a trip that best suits you.
Tambopata
Iquitos
Lake
Titicaca
LAKE TITICACA:
Choose between either a 1 day trip to Lake Titicaca from your Puno Hotel or a 3 day trip from Cusco to visit the beautiful Lake Titicaca. Visit the impressive floating reed islands, or Uros, before visiting the island of Taquile. The 3 day trip includes an overnight stay on Amantani island with a local family. They will show you the Amantani way of living with their delicious fresh food and wonderful arts and crafts.
Colca Canyon
COLCA CANYON:
Stunning scenery awaits you at the sight of the deepest canyon in the world. From Arequipa you'll be transferred to the tranquil town of Chivay, and enjoy their local thermal baths. Try and spot Vicuña, Peru's national animal, before visiting the artisan market near your accommodation in Chivay. Day 2 brings a beautiful viewpoint overlooking the canyon as you watch local condors flying just metres above your head, before a leisurely route back to Arequipa.
Arequipa
AREQUIPA CITY TOUR:
Known as "The White City", you can't help but fall in love with this beautiful colonial city. A choice of 2 tours in Arequipa will help you get to know this peaceful city, whether the walking tour around the city centre, or the Campiña tour to Arequipa's traditional districts, as well as a stunning viewpoint from which you can see "El Misti", Arequipa's local volcano! Can't decide between the two? Then do a combination, a best of both!
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Cusco
CUSCO:
The capital of the Inca Empire has a huge amount to offer. Our Cusco city tour visits the cathedral and Incan sites around Cusco, including the ruins of Sacsayhuaman and Q'enko. We also recommend our day trip to the Inca Bridge. Other sites around Cusco can be seen through the Sacred Valley or Maras Moray excursions, amongst others, as they showcase the best of what is to be seen around Cusco. For the sportive types, try our mountain bike tours or beautiful horseback riding trips in the Cusco area.
Machu Picchu
MACHU PICCHU:
Hike to Machu Picchu, the "Lost City of the Incas" along the 4 day Classic Inca Trail, taking in Incan ruins and "Dead Woman's Pass" (Warmiwañusca) en route, or go by the less travelled Lares route, a more cultural 3 day trek with a high pass of 4,500m. Hardener trekkers should have the 5 day Salkantay trek in their sights, which gives the option of climbing Huayna Picchu after a tough trek. We also offer excursions to Machu Picchu by train.

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