On this Peru`s Cultural Tour 8 Days/ 7 Nigths. boasts the most dramatic Andean peaks and finest regional cuisine, but the jewel in its crown is undoubtedly Machu Picchu, the legendary Inca ruins discovered high in the clouds and in the deep forest. Cuzco, the former Inca capital is filled with fascinating history, museums and ruins. If that wasn't enough, Peru's long, fertile territory was the starting point for many pre-Columbian civilizations. Other attractions include the Nazca Lines, the jungle city of Iquitos, the Mantaro and Ica valleys, beach towns, and the oasis village of Huacachina.





  • Lima & Vicinity: Lima, the capital of Peru, is situated on a plateau overlooking the Pacific Coast. It is a sprawling metropolitan city of over 10 million Peruvians and is a naturally perfect location for sampling the famed national cuisine with its vast base of ingredients and spices. Furthermore, the city offers relaxing tours to convents, churches, and historical plazas and centers, as well as beautiful gardens, bars and nightspots. Meanwhile, the ancient tradition is very much alive at Huaca Pucllana temple, just steps away from the hotels and hostels of central Miraflores district and the impressive Pyramids of Pachacamac are just a 40km drive south.
  • Cusco & Vicinity: Cusco was originally the historic capital of the Inca Empire, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has an elevation of over 11,000 feet allowing visitors to acclimatize before setting off on long treks towards Machu Picchu's on legendary routes used by the Incas towards the citadel. Cusco is pleasant to explore with wonderful and ancient stonework, narrow streets and important Inca temple remains, complemented by the Spanish colonial buildings. Numerous museums showcase Inca and pre-columbian culture, as well as textiles and sacred plants. Being a rich agricultural region, many fusion and neo-Andean restaurants offer unique Peruvian gastronomy. Meanwhile, day trips to nearby lagoons can be connected with visits to Inca ruins such as Pisac, Tambomachay, Kenqo, Sacsayhaman and Ollantaytambo.
  • Sacred Valley: The Sacred Valley of the Incas is the eternal home of abundance for the indigenous and locals who continue to call this area home. The Sacred Valley is essentially the Urubamba Valley, home to flourishing lands and rivers perfect for agriculture. It is also home to Machu Picchu, built in the 15th century for the Inca emperor, Pachacuti. From Cusco, the former Inca capital, visitors can decide on trekking an “Inca trail” of multiple days, or taking the train to visit the world wonder of Machu Picchu. All routes wind around dramatic peaks, rivers and archaeological sites, with regular rest stops at scenic points, and camping for up to three nights (depending on trail length). The region was prized by many civilizations for its agricultural potential, and towns such as Ollantaytambo were once country retreats for Inca royalty. 

Transfer from the airport to your selected hotel in Lima.At your arrival, look for a sign with your name on it. The airport is located in the district of Callao, about 16km from Miraflores and it will take approximately 45 minutes to one hour to arrive.

  • Included: arrival transfer, English speaking guide for the transfer, room at your selected hotel

You will spend the night at Hotel Allpa (Standard Room).
You will spend the night at Hotel Casa Andina Select Miraflores (Superior Room).
You will spend the night at Hotel JW Marriott Lima (Deluxe Room).


Private Services
This half-day city tour starts at Lima’s main square, where you can admire the Governmental Palace. You visit the Cathedral, where the conqueror Francisco Pizarro is buried, and its religious museum. Then, your guide takes you to the San Francisco Church and its monastery, which cloisters and entrance hall are embellished with authentic tiles from Seville dating back to 1620. Also remarkable are the church’ museum, the Zubaran room, and the library. The complex was built over underground catacombs which were used as cemeteries during colonial times.
Cathedral of Lima:  Construction for the cathedral began in 1535, the same year the city of Lima was founded. Throughout the years it withstood various earthquakes and underwent a lot of renovations. It is also where the conqueror Francisco Pizarro is buried, and the visit you will have the chance to visit its religious museum. Today it stands towering over Lima's main square and is one the main attraction of the colonial city center. 
The San Francisco Church: The construction of the convent began in the mid-sixteenth century; today, it remains one of the most exceptional legacies of the Viceroyal period. The monastery has a library that features twenty-five thousand ancient texts, an Islamic inspired dome, carved in wood and, the most chilling aspect, a series of catacombs that have on display the bones of more than twenty-five thousand people. After being forgotten for a long time, the catacombs were rediscovered in 1943 and some believe they are connected to the city’s cathedral and other churches through a network of underground tunnels. At the time of their construction, the crypts were the burial grounds for members of guilds and brotherhoods. Now visitors can observe them through the floors of the church of San Francisco, held together by nets. The bones are laid out in geometric shapes, especially in mandala patterns, suggesting that whoever placed them favored a metaphysical purpose before a useful one. 
LARCO MUSEUM (Half Day) Private services
Larco Museum. Located in an 18th century vice-royal mansion, built on a pre-columbian pyramid of the 17th century, its new galleries display the best and most complete collection of gold and silver of Peru. This Museum showcases remarkable chronological galleries providing an excellent overview on 3000 years of development of Peruvian pre-columbian history. It features the finest gold and silver collection from ancient Peru and the famous erotic archaeological collection, one of the most visited Peruvian tourist attractions.
Entrance fee to Larco Museum is included. 
The Archaeological Complex "Huaca Pucllana" was an Administrative and Ceremonial Center of the Lima Culture, a society that developed at the Peruvian Central Coast between 200 AD and 700 AD. Located in today's district of Miraflores the "Huaca Pucllana" was built around 500 AD. "Pucllana" is one of the most important ancient monuments in Lima.
Entrance to Huaca Pucllana is included.

  • Included: private transportation, entrance to Lima Cathedral, entrance to San Francisco convent, English speaking guide, entrance fee to the mentioned services, breakfast, room at your selected hotel.

You will spend the night at Hotel Allpa (Standard Room).
You will spend the night at Hotel Casa Andina Select Miraflores (Superior Room).
You will spend the night at Hotel JW Marriott Lima (Deluxe Room).


Transfer from your hotel to the airport in Lima. The airport is located in the district of Callao, about 16km from Miraflores and it will take approximately 45 minutes to one hour to arrive. Domestic flight by client. The flight ticke​t is quoted separately. You will have a private transfer from the airport to your selected hotel in Cusco.
TOUR TO PISAC MARKET & RUINS (Half day) Private services. Pick up from your hotel and drive towards to Pisac for to visiting this archaeological complex built between the 10th and 11th centuries AD. Inca architecture continues to stun admirers with the technique used to build its enormous walls, palaces and turrets with stone blocks, all done without any type of cement or adhesive. Visit the local market attending inhabitants of different communities. (The local market is bigger on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday).
You also have the opportunity to get to know Awanacancha, a place where you can see several species of Andean camelids such as llamas, alpacas, vicunas and guanacos. The locals will show you their traditional weaving and dyeing techniques while telling about this ancient tradition. It is not only interesting for you; this demonstration also contributes to keeping traditional textile arts alive.
Return to the hotel.
**** The order of the visits may vary

  • Included: departure transfer, arrival transfer, entrance Touristic General ticket, private excursion, private transportation, English speaking guide, breakfast, room at your selected hotel

You will spend the night at Hotel Hacienda del Valle (Standard Room).
You will spend the night at Hotel Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado (Superior Room).
You will spend the night at Hotel Hotel Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba in a Superior Deluxe Room



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