• Price $1799
  • Trip Private Tour
  • Duration 11 days
  • Group size 10
  • Transport Tour Bus

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South of Perú we will find a White city with a unique architecture; a majestic bird flying over the world’s deepest canyon; a mysterious, huge, navigable lake; a city located among the clouds. Let’s discover the special charms of Arequipa, the Colca Canyon, Lake Titicaca and Machu Picchu in a different way.

Tour Code: FTDP10

  • Small shared group size:1-10
  • Lima 1 night: Convent of Santo Domingo, Larco Museum
  • Arequipa 1 night: San Lazaro, Yanahuara Colonial district, Santa Catalina Monastery
  • Colca Valley 1 night: three volcanoes: Misti, Chachani and Pichu-Pichu, Pampa Cañahuas, Condor Cross viewpoint, Maca and Yanque towns, Colca Canyon
  • Puno 2 nights: Lake Titicaca, Uros, Taquile Island, Pucara Museum, Racchi, Temple of the Wiracocha god, Andahuaylillas
  • Cusco 3 nights: Sacsayhuaman, Inca Shrine Qenqo, Puca Pucara, Qorikancha Temple, Inca Roca Palace, San Pedro Central Cusco Market, Route of Andean Altiplano
  • Sacred Valley 1 night: Machu Picchu train tour, Urubamba, Incas, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero inca town, Moray Inca terraces


Day 1
Lima Arrival

Arrival to the city of Lima, assistance, and transfer to the hotel. An exclusive and intense tour of the Historical Center of Lima will take us to know and admire the architectonic relics that are part of the old Lima, which has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The Convent of Santo Domingo is the beginning of this magnificent experience. It was built during the foundation of Lima. The Universidad Mayor de San Marcos (University of San Marcos) was founded on this site, the oldest in America. Inside, the choir with the oldest stalls in the country; and the library, with 25,000 books, some printed in the XV century, has an invaluable historical value. The mortal remains of San Martín de Porres, San Juan Masías and Santa Rosa de Lima lie inside. Crossing the Plaza Mayor, the Government Palace and the Municipality, going into the Cathedral, a jewel in the history of Lima, with artworks that will make us feel closer to colonial Lima. Leaving downtown Lima and heading to the Larco Museum, where we will get a clear vision of the cultures that inhabited ancient Peru. We shall admire the gold pieces, textiles and erotic ceramics that are part of the collection which will introduce us to the cosmovision of the ancient Peru. The warehouse of this museum will be open during our visit to appreciate the expressions of art that were reflected in their ceramics.
*Take note check-in at hotels in Lima is at 3:00 p.m., therefore in case of early arrivals, passengers should wait at the lobby until check-in time, otherwise book the room a day earlier.

Overnight Hotel: El Tambo I Hotel (or Similar)

Day 2
Arequipa, the White City (Breakfast)

Transfer to the airport. Departure to Arequipa. Arrival, assistance and transfer to the hotel.
In the afternoon, the “White City” opens its doors to us in a tour that starts in the beautiful colonial neighborhood of San Lázaro, the place where Arequipa was founded; from here we will walk thru its colorful streets adorned with geraniums and later we will go to the observation point of Carmen Alto, to enjoy a beautiful view of agricultural terraces and from there we will be able to observe the three volcanos towering over the city: Misti, Chachani and Picchu -Picchu. We continue towards the colonial district of Yanahuara, famous for its church built in the Andalusian style and its observation point, erected with a beautiful architecture and surrounded with arches made of ashlar. Later, we visit the Santa Catalina Monastery, impressive religious monument that was closed for nearly 400 years; with narrow streets, squares and gardens that remind us of the old neighborhoods of Sevilla or Granada. Next, we head towards the Plaza de Armas, from there we will be able to watch the Cathedral and the arches surrounding the plaza, and finally visit the Iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús; established by the Jesuits in the XVII century, note its cloisters and the famous Dome of San Ignacio.

Meal(s): Breakfast

Overnight Hotel: Casa Andina Standard Arequipal (or Similar)

Day 3
Pampa Cañahuas and Chivay (Breakfast/Lunch)

Outing in an adventure by land towards the spectacular Colca Valley. We take the route of the volcanos, going up by the side of the Chachani volcano, and having a formidable view of the Misti and the Picchu volcanos. Our path will go across the vicuna reserve of Pampa Cañahuas, high Andean habitat where the vicunas live and are protected. The highest point of our trajectory will reach 4,900 m.a.s.l. in the pass of Patapampa, from there we can appreciate the active volcano Sabancaya. Descent to the Colca Valley.
Arrival and lodging. Lunch at the hotel.
Free time to rest or to enjoy a bath in the thermal waters in the area.
Overnight stay in Colca Valley

Meal(S): Breakfast

Overnight Hotel: Casona Plaza Eco Lodge (or Similar)

Day 4
Colca Canyon (Breakfast/Lunch)

At dawn, we head towards the observation point of the Cruz del Cóndor. We will be observing the imposing flight of the condors, huge Andean birds that are the symbol of the Andean countries. The view lets us appreciate the great dimension of the canyon, considered one of the world’s deepest canyons. We will visit the towns of Maca and Yanque that still preserve its colonial churches. Lunch in a restaurant in the area. In the afternoon, departure by bus in a 6 hour and a half trip to the city of Puno. Arrival, assistance, and transfer to the hotel.

Meal(s): Breakfast & Lunch

Overnight Hotel: Casa Andina Standard Puno (or Similar)

Day 5
The Titicaca Sacred Lake (Breakfast/Lunch)

In the morning, board a motorboat to visit the Uros, a town of people that sought refuge inside Lake Titicaca, fleeing the different cultures that arrived to dominate them. This community continues building their islands following the ancient techniques, and welcome us to pass on their knowledge. Its people make a living from its visitors. Continue sailing towards the Island of Taquile. The community of this island has maintained alive its traditions, clothes and way of life. It is one of the few Quechua communities in a region that is essentially Aymara, and they have kept unreachable to modernity and its possible effect on their lives. They will welcome us with their music and dances. Lunch at a community restaurant, a simple meal but very rich in nutrients. Afterwards, take a walk around the surrounding areas to appreciate the beautiful view of the Lake Titicaca. Return to the port of Puno. Transfer to the hotel.

Meal(s): Breakfast & Lunch

Overnight Hotel: Casa Andina Standard Puno or Similar)

Day 6
Route of the Altiplano (Breakfast/Lunch)

We depart in a tour bus to the city of Cusco. Our first stop will be the Museo de Lítico de Pucará (Pucara lithic museum), place that preserves the remains of the Pucará culture with pieces that will surprise us such as monoliths, stelas and sculptures with animal shapes. This town is also famous for the toritos de Pucará (Pucara little bulls), beautiful multicolored handicrafts that symbolize protection, happiness and fertility. Our next stop will be in the highest point at 4,335 m.a.s.l. in La Raya, geographic division of the basin of the water from the Titicaca lake and from the Vilcanota river that will go to the Amazonas river basin. Lunch. We continue towards the town of Racchi, location of the temple of the god Wiracocha, the stone base of the huge columns and walls stand out and give us an idea of how majestic this small palace was. As our last stop, we visit the beautiful church of San Pedro Apóstol de Andahuaylillas, known as the “Sixtina de América” (The Sistine Chapel of America) for the paintings that adorn its ceilings and walls. Arrival to Cusco. Transfer to the hotel.

Meal(s): Breakfast & Lunch

Overnight Hotel: Mabey Hotel Cusco (or Similar)

Day 7
Cusco - Sacsayhuaman (Breakfast)

In the morning, we will leave behind the crowds in order to visit Sacsayhuaman, an impressive citadel full of colossal constructions surrounded by beautiful landscape in total communion with the environment. Afterwards, we continue to the Inca adoratory of Q’enqo, with its surprising altar for sacrifices embedded in the internal part of its rocky formation. Finally, we arrive at the Puca Pucará lookout and Tambomachay, a monument of notable architectonic excellence which is considered one of the pillars of the Andean cosmovision. In the afternoon, exclusive stroll in the city that starts with a visit to the Plaza de San Cristóbal (San Cristobal Square) to enjoy a panoramic overview of the city. Afterwards, we will visit the San Pedro Market, where we will absorb the local flavors and learn more about the products of the area in this market that has it all and supplies the entire city. Later, the Qorikancha Temple will welcome us with all its splendor and magnificence, with walls that used to be covered in gold. From San Blas, the artisans’ neighborhood, we will walk down the street Hatun Rumiyoc finding in our way the palace Inca Roca, today´s Archbishops Palace, and we will have time to admire the world famous Twelve Angled Stone. We will continue to the Plaza de Armas to visit The Cathedral that houses colonial works of incredible value.

Meal(s): Breakfast

Overnight Hotel: Mabey Hotel Cusco (or Similar)

Day 8
Chinchero - Terraces of Moray - Ollantaytambo (Breakfast/Lunch)

This day we shall visit the most outstanding places in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. We will depart towards the Village of Chinchero, the most typical and colorful of the Sacred Valley. This village is famous for its weaving women. Short stop in a textiles center to appreciate the old Inca techniques for the dyeing and spinning using alpaca wool. After visiting the Inca plaza with its beautiful colonial church, we will continue towards Moray, a beautiful Inca archaeological site made up of concentric agricultural terraces that served as a lab to recreate microclimates. Lunch. Later visit to the last living village of the Incas, Ollantaytambo. Also, a visit to the Temple of the ten windows, the bath of the princess, and the Sun Temple. The postcard pictures that we will take from the heights of Ollantaytambo will close this magical day in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Lodging in the area./p>

Meal(s): Breakfast & Lunch

Overnight Hotel: Warari Hotel Cusco (or Similar)

Day 9
Machu Picchu (Breakfast/Lunch)

The much-awaited day to visit one of the 7 Wonders of the World. Boarding at the Ollantaytambo station. Departure in the selected train. Arrival at the Machu Picchu station. Assistance, from our staff to board the bus that will ascend up a winding road, with a spectacular view of the Urubamba river which forms a deep canyon. The Lost City of the Incas, Machu Picchu, will greet us with its incredible terraces, staircases, ceremonial sites and urban areas. Energy exudes from the whole place. Lunch. At the coordinated time, return by train and transfer to the hotel in Cusco. Lodging.

Meal(s): Breakfast & Lunch

Overnight Hotel: Mabey Hotel Cusco (or Similar)

Day 10
Cusco Departure (Breakfast)

At appropriate time, transfer to the airport to board flight .
End of our services.

Meal(s): Breakfast

Departure City


Airport/Meeting Location:

Jorge Chavez International Airport

End City


Airport/Meeting Location:

Alejandro Velasco Astete Airport

Included: 9nights hotels with daily breakfasts (some lunches listed);
Transportation on tour bus & train;
Professional English-speaking tour guide
All entrance fees to attractions visited as described in the itinerary (unless stated otherwise).

Excluded: International air;
Domestic air from Lima to Arequipa(arrive before 11:30 a.m.);
Airport transfers-$25 per person;
Meals unless specified;
Tips for guides, driver or waitress.
Travel Insurance(Click to purchase)


1. What's the group size for this tour?
We have an average group size of 6 and the max is 10.
2. Do we need visa to visit Peru?
Visa is not required for U.S., Canadian citizenships. Check with us for others.
3. Can 3 guests stay in the same room?
Triple room sharing is subject to hotel’s availability. For in case, if the triple room not available - single supplement may apply for the 3rd person. ​
4. How much do I pay to hold the space?
Deposit amount is 50% of the total amount.
5. What if I want to stay a few more nights?
Extra night stay is available and you can book your own hotel.
5.Is it safe to travel in Peru?
Reality shows that it is very safe. You may have read or heard on TV, websites or newspapers about terrorism, crime and economic and political instability. But the truth is that terrorism has been defeated a long time ago; Peruvians live in peace and work very hard every day to build and democratic and safe society. We can assure visitors that all they need to do is follow the normal precautions taken in order to visit other destinations.
6.What's the weather like throughout the year?
Peru is a very large country that is crossed by the Andes and has a vast Amazonian region, so you are likely to notice differences from one place to the other, which may be more or less intense depending on the month of your visit.
It hardly ever rains on the coast, where there are usually two seasons:a warm season and a cold season.

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