Lima - Cusco - Inca trail
to Machupicchu - Lima
The Inca Trail is Peru’s best-known trek
and possibly one of the most stunning in the world. This classical
43-km route leads to the Sacred Inca City of Machupicchu along
an unforgettable trail with archaeological sites, spectacular mountain
scenery and lush cloud forest rich in Andean flora and fauna. Machupicchu
is reached at sunrise on the fourth day.
This 10-day program also covers Lima and Cusco,
including complete visits to the most important monumental remains
of the Inca Empire and the Spanish colony.
Lima - Huaraz - Llanganuco Trek
- Cusco - Machupicchu - Lima
The Cordillera Blanca is the highest mountain chain outside the
Himalaya, having 22 peaks over 6000m (19685ft) and 35 over 5500m
(18045ft). This itinerary includes the Cashapampa to Llanganuco
trek, one of the most popular treks in South America: it passes
beneath a number of peaks over 5800m (19029ft) including Huascarán
Sur and Norte, Chopicalqui, Chacraraju, Pisco, Alpamayo and the
imposing Taulliraju, reaching the beautiful lakes of Llanganuco
before returning to Huaraz. Lima and Cusco’s magnificent
remains are also visited, as are the amazing ruins of Chavin de
Huántar in the Huaraz area.
Lima - Cusco - Choquequirao - Machupicchu - Lima
Choquequirao, an ancient Inca citadel sister to Machupicchu that
was supposed to be the last refuge of the Incas, was about the
same size and supposedly served the same religious, political and
agricultural functions. Located in the cliffs overlooking the mighty
Apurimac River in the area surrounding the Salkantay sacred mountain
(6.271m/20569ft), Choquequirao (3.103m/10178ft) comprises a huge
archaeological complex still under cleaning and restoration process,
as still only 30 percent is uncovered. This 12-day program includes
a 5-day and 60-Km trek to Choquequirao, also covering the visits
to Lima, Cusco and the world-famous Inca citadel of Machupicchu.
Lima - Cusco - Manu National Park - Machupicchu
Explore the complete transect from the highland to the jungle
lowlands in this 13-day itinerary, including the Cock-of-the-Rock
in the cloud forest, the Manu Oxbow lakes featuring Giant River
Otters, Manu’s only accessible macaw clay lick, the Tapir
lick, a canopy platform and trail system for more wildlife observation,
as well as a stay in Manu Wildlife Center, considered by Conde
Nast Traveler magazine as one of the best rainforest lodges in
South America. The program also includes the visit of Lima, Cusco
and Machupicchu as we explore the country’s history, its
stunning geography and scenery, and the impressive Inca and colonial
Lima - Cusco - Sacred Valley - Short
Inca trail to Machupicchu - Lima
Bike, hike and raft in the stunning area of Cusco and the Sacred
Valley in this 12-day program, also including the visit to the
most important monumental remains of the Inca Empire and the Spanish
colony in Lima, Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machupicchu.
Lima - Arequipa - Puno - Mallkini
Alpaca Ranch - Cusco - Sacred Valley - Short Inca trail
to Machupicchu - Lima
Mountain bike in the Colca Canyon and the Sacred Valley, sea kayak
Lake Titicaca, ride a horse in the biggest private alpaca ranch
in Peru spend a fun day rafting the Urubamba River and finally
hike the Inca Trail to Machupicchu, the magnificent Inca citadel.
A full multi-sport program for active travelers covering the main
highlights of Southern Peru.
Lima - Cusco - Sacred Valley - Apurimac
Whitewater Rafting - Machupicchu - Lima
The Apurimac canyon is one of the world's hidden gems of white-water.
It is justifiably gaining a reputation as one of the world's top
ten rafting rivers, combining a mix of exhilarating rapids and
awesome scenery. The Apurimac also boasts pristine sandy beaches
for camping, spectacular sun-bleached rock formations and rare
wildlife including otters, puma and the ultra elusive Andean bear.
It is an adventure lover’s dream come true. This 12-day program
also includes the visit to the most important cultural and historical
highlights in Lima, Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machupicchu.