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Peru. Inca's masterpieces, cities and wild nature

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Tour description

Ancient civilizations and colonial cities. Or the snow-capped Andes, volcanoes and the Atacama Desert? You do not have to choose!

  • Follow in the footsteps of the Inca kings in the legendary city of Machu Picchu
  • See modern Peruvians mining salt in the Maras salt mines
  • Enjoy the grandiose architecture of the conquistadors in Lima, Cusco, and Arequipa
  • Board the sands of the Atacama Desert and enjoy rafting on the Chile River
  • Visit the Uros people who live on the Titicaca lake
  • Observe fur seals, pelicans and penguins up close on the Ballestas Islands

Tour departures

The price of the tour includes

  • Accommodation in hotels, guesthouses and bungalows throughout the trip
  • Domestic flight
  • All transportation
  • Entry tickets to all places of interest mentioned in the itinerary
  • Rent of bicycles, sandboards, buggies and rafting
  • Professional guiding services.

What is NOT included

  • Flight to Lima and back home. (Let us know if you need help finding the best deals)
  • Insurance (mandatory)
  • Food ($15-25 per day)
  • Visa (if you need one).

Tour map

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Tour itinerary

Day 1-2

Lima, Colonial architecture, Huaca Pucllana pytamid

We arrive in Lima and check into a hotel. Ready to begin our group trip to Peru? After a short rest, let`s head to the historical center - the Plaza Mayor square. From here, in 1535, the Spanish colonialists began to build this city, and a little had changed since then. The grandiose Lima Cathedral still rests against the sky with its arches. And the birds are circling over the Palace of the Archbishop and the City Hall.

Next, we find ourselves in the modern Miraflores district which boasts expensive hotels and posh restaurants. Suddenly we stumble upon an island of antiquity - Huaca Pucllana, the pyramid of the Incas. Built almost two thousand years ago from clay bricks, which archaeologists continue to dig up...

The next day we go to the bohemian area of Barranca. Let`s explore the colorful streets, observe local life and head to the beach. Here they are - the endless expanses of the Pacific Ocean!

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Day 3

Cusco, Mora terraces , Maras salt terraces

In the morning we go to the airport and fly to Cusco - the capital of the Incas, 3400 meters above sea level. We check into a hotel, walk along cobbled streets, admiring colonian Spanish houses with unusual balconies. 

A rented transport takes us to the Mora terraces (1 hour on the way). Scientists believe that these terraces, which resemble antique amphitheaters, were used for growing vegetables during Inca times. The lower terrace is 15 degreees cooler than the upper one! 

Next, we head to the Maras salt terraces. Here the Incas created a system of salt evaporation from an underground stream. Locals continue their traditions - each Maras family owns its own salt section. In the evening we return to Cusco (1 hour on the way).

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Day 4

Sacred valley of the Incas, Walk in the jungle, Hot springs in Aguas Calientes

Our group trip to Peru takes us to Aguas Calientes (6 hours on the way). We will drive through the sacred valley of the Incas, admiring beautiful mountain views. On the way, we will stop at a picturesque place to walk in the jungle, enjoying the views of the uplands of the Andes Mountains. The walk will take approximately 2 hours. 

We reach Aguas Calientes, a small town that until recently was a village for railway workers. We check into a guesthouse, and relax in thermal springs.

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Is this trip for you?

This trip is of average physical grade. It includes several long (up to 8-9 hours) day and night bus trips, trips in trains, and one domestic flight. We will also take a hike (4 hours in one direction). This trip also involves changes in climatic conditions and altitudes. It can be difficult for people prone to altitude sickness. Accommodation in tourist class hotels and guesthouses with standard conditions, warm water and wi-fi. One night will be spent in the Colca canyon without hot water and, possibly, electricity.

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