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    Peru Luxury TravelThis great tour through Peru shows the most famous and beatifull places for their one-of-a-kind natural allure, antiquity and cultural customs.

    Peru is home to possibly the most awesome archaeological site in the world. It also shows other wonderful places: old, colonial and scenic. Staying in fine hotels of excellent quality. There will also be some free time to relax. This tour shows you Peru‘s abundant marvels, including Cusco and Arequipa, the Colca Canyon, Lake Tititcaca and, certainly Machu Picchu.

    This journey will give you the chance to see the marvellous Inca settlement of Machu Picchu in the best way possible, a unique opportunity. It begins with a night in Lima, Peru‘s full of life cultured capital city. You will stay in the luxury hotel Belmond Miraflores Park (otherwise known as Monasterio) wich is perfectly situated for access to all of the greatest parts of the city, as well as giving beautiful views over the Pacific ocean, particularly from the rooftop swimming pool. 
    The next day you will fly from Lima to Cusco, across the highest andean mountains. You will spend a few days in and around this region to acclimatize to the altitude before getting to Machu Picchu. There you will stay at the charmingly refurbished 18th century monastery that has oxygenated air in the rooms to help the acclimatization process. The architecture is very remarkable. Then you will move to the lower altitude of the Sacred Valley of the Incas (Urubamba Valley), where you will spend the night. Your guide will make sure you enjoy the best this experience, discovering native culture by visiting to traditional markets and villages, nice walks, or treks to valuable Inca and pre-Inca sites, seeing the talented local weavers.
    The trip continues to Aguas Calientes, the town of Machu Picchu where you will spend one night. You will be taken to your luxury hotel and have the rest of the day free. The following day is spent on visiting the ruins of Machu Picchu. Your guide will tell you all about the interesting facts and information about the places and make sure you have plenty of time to explore the site by your own. In the afternoon we return to Cusco on the luxury Hiram Bingham train.
    In Cusco you will stay the night once more in Hotel Monasterio on the Nazarenas Plaza, the city’s most momentous and famous hotel.
    The next day we go to Puno by a tourist bus for your 8 hour guided tour. Along the way you will visit the Sistine Chapel of the Andes in Andahuaylillas, the pre-inca city of Pikillaqta, the temple ruins at Raqchi and La Raya. The last stop is the museum in Pukarou before arriving to Puno where we are taken to the Hotel Libertador to check in.
    Your tour will then carry on around Lake Titicaca. We will take a boat to the floating islands of Uros and the Amantani Island and see the mysterious archaeological site of Sillustani in Puno. Then on to the historic Taquile Island
    The next day continues travelling to Arequipa on a tourist bus – overnight in Arequipa. The following day we travel for about 3 hours to Chivay (3600m or 11811 feet), finally we arrive at the border of one of the world’s most deepest canyons, the Colca, on whose abrupt rock face is home of the glorious andean condors.
    The next day we take a flight to the capital Lima, where you can savor pisco sours and delight in fresh ceviche at contemporary cafes, also you can visit museums that hold old Inca relics and historic spanish cathedrals that supply a colonial allure.
    You will see the best of Peru on this 13 day tour from Tierras Vivas.

    Peru Luxury Overview

    Sustainable Tourism: At Tierras Vivas, we are happy to promote and practice sustainable tourism by being eco-friendly and supporting local communities.
    If you book this trip, you will sponsor the reforestation of native plants in the community in Cusco.
    Crew: Tierras Vivas Representatives in Lima, Cusco, Puno and Arequipa as well as professional Tour Guides.
    Accommodation: 11 nights in 5* luxurious hotels, 1 night in Homestay in Lake Titicaca.
    Meals: 13x breakfast, 3x lunch, 1x dinner (Please allow USD 100-150 for meals not included).
    Transportation: 1x domestic flight (Executive), private van, private motorboat, a train round trip to/from Machu Picchu Hiram Bingham.

    Quick Itinerary

    Day 01: Arrival to Lima
    Day 02: Flight to Cusco
    Day 03: Sacred Valley Tour
    Day 04-05: Machu Picchu Tour
    Day 06: Sightseeing tourist bus to Puno
    Day 07: Lake Titicaca
    Day 08: Tourist Bus from Puno to Colca Canyon
    Day 09: Colca Canyon – Arequipa
    Day 10: Arequipa
    Day 11: Arequipa – Lima
    Day 12: Lima City Tour
    Day 13: Lima/International flight

    Highlights of the Peru Luxury Travel:

    • Visit to the capital of Peru – Lima
    • Explore and walk around the Cusco City – the capital of Incan empire
    • Sacred Valley of the Incas Tour during which you get to know more about Incan culture
    • Train round trip to Machu Picchu
    • Guided tour of Machu Picchu
    • Visit to the Southern Valley
    • Walk around the Puno City
    • Titicaca Lake touring
    • Introduction to the Aymara´s culture
    • Enjoying overnight family homestay on Titicaca Lake
    • Visit of the “White City” – Arequipa
    • Observation of condors flying over the Colca Canyon
    • Colca Canyon Tour

    Day 01: Arrival to Lima

    Arrival to Lima. Greeted at the airport and transferred by private vehicle to the luxurious 5* Hotel Belmond Monasterio  Check in at your executive suite, complete with vistas of the ocean. No activities are planned on this day.

    Day 02: Flight to Cusco

    After breakfast transfer to the airport for your flight to Cuzco, the old capital of the Incas. After the one hour flight, greeted and transfered to the chic, opulent 5* Monasterio Hotel. Check in to your  ritzy room. The room is oxygenated to help you unwind and sleep better in the high altitude of Cuzco (11,600ft above sea level). Today is a free day. We recommend a city tour which includes the Cathedral, Qoricancha temple, the Inca fortress of Sacsayhuaman that looks over Cuzco, Qenko and Puka Pukara. Return to the hotel. 

    Every year, Cusco is visited by thousands of travelers, who come to delve into its noble, but tragic past. It is a perfect base for optional explorations around the city´s surroundings as well as for a range of outdoor activities. You can relax and explore this fascinating city while taking your time to acclimatize to its high altitude.

    Day 03: Sacred Valley Tour

    After breakfast a full day journey to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, starting in Pisac, where you can have an optional 2 hour trek. We visit the old Inca market of Pisac. Lunch in Urubamba. We stop at Ollantaytambo, the one town that was not beaten by the Spanish where you get to discover the ruins. We overnight in Ollantaytambo in another luxury hotel, the Hotel Monasterio Rio Sagrado, where we can unwind and relax.  The Sacred Valley of the Incas that was once an important source of food to Incan people. Sacred Valley is a lush agricultural region that keep supplying the city of Cusco with much of its production. As it lays 600 metres lower than Cusco, its average temperature is 5ºC higher so it has got a very pleasant climate.

    Day 04-05: Machu Picchu Tour

    Day 01: Cusco – Machu Picchu Tour

    Transfer to Poroy railway station to board the indulgent Hiram Bingham train to Aguas Calientes villages. The Orient Express is the most chic way to visit Machu Picchu and includes a generous brunch en route.On the way, we see a variety of landscapes changing with their heights. Arrival to Aguas Calientes (also called Machu Picchu Town), we will take you to the luxury Hotel Santuary Lodge near Machu Picchu. Check in to your room, complete with a view of the amazing mountains. 

    Best time to get to Machu Picchu to enjoy an incredible view of the Inca city. First off. We enter and start our guided tour of Machu Picchu, the most impressive age-old city in the world. Constructed by Inca Pachacutec and made up of stone blocks, cut with expert accuracy, Machu Picchu gracefully fuses into the mountain terrain. There are many hypothesies as to the origin of Machu Picchu but three of the most well-known theories involve a temple to the sun, a fortress to defend themselves against the jungle occupants or a sanctuary for the Incas. This amazing city contains houses, temples, warehouses, a big central square, all joined by narrow roads and steps and is encircled by terraces cut into the mountain side and used agriculturally, our tour guide introduces us to its history and describes to us each part of the “Lost City of the Incas“. After the guided tour you have the chance to really enjoy the extravagent ambience of this highly respected Inca work of art.

    Take one of the various trails around the site, hike up Wayna Picchu or walk down the Inca’s bridge. Let Machu Picchu reveal its secrets to you, behold the beautiful cloud forests and ragged mountains or be amazed by the exceptional craftwork accuracy of the antiquated Incas.

    Day 02: Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain

    Early morning wake up to get to Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain (if you have organised a permit beforehand) in time to enjoy an incredible sunrise over the ruins. We enter again and start to walk to Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain with our guide.

    Huayna Picchu Mountain
    Huayna Picchu Mountain stands as a formidable sentinel overlooking the iconic Machu Picchu, beckoning intrepid adventurers to scale its heights and embrace its breathtaking views. This challenging yet rewarding ascent offers a unique perspective of the revered Inca citadel below.
    Reaching the summit of Huayna Picchu is a feat worth celebrating. From this elevated vantage point, the panorama unfurls before you, revealing the verdant terraces, intricate stonework, and enigmatic ruins of Machu Picchu. The sight of the sprawling citadel against the backdrop of majestic mountains is a spectacle that defies description.

    Machu Picchu Mountain
    Rising above the legendary Machu Picchu, the Machu Picchu Mountain stands as a testament to nature’s grandeur and human ingenuity. Ascending this sacred peak offers an unparalleled perspective on one of the world’s most iconic archaeological marvels.

    Scaling Machu Picchu Mountain demands both physical exertion and determination, but the sense of accomplishment at the top is beyond measure. The stunning vistas that greet you are a reward for your efforts, offering an opportunity for introspection and wonder.

    Once you’ve completed your mountain exploration, return to your hotel for a delightful lunch. Take some leisure time to unwind before embarking on the enchanting Hiram Bingham Train journey in the afternoon. Indulge in stylish relaxation as you engage in conversations with fellow passengers and guides, savoring cocktails aboard. The evening welcomes you back in style! Upon arrival, you will be received and transferred to the Monasterio Hotel, where you will spend your final night in the charming city of Cusco.

    Day 06: Sightseeing tourist bus to Puno

    In the morning, we will pick you up from your hotel. The sites along the 8 hour Cusco-Puno route are Andahuyllillas, Tipon, Raqchi, Pikillacta and Pucara, including marvellous vistas.

    First, we need to pass through Southern Valley (also called the Sun Route), where we stop in the village of Andahuaylillas to visit its fancy Baroque church, which is called the Sistine Chapel of the Andes, a beautiful cathedral with frescos on practically every wall. The church was constructed by Jesuits in the edge of the 16th and the 17th centuries. Its architectural structure is typical for small town´s churches while its wide walls are characteristic of colonial buildings. It is made of adobe and its facade is decorated with white painting. Two stoned columns are projected towards its main entrance. Although its architecture is relatively modest, its interior is richly decorated with amazing wall paintings. Unfortunately no phota taking allowed.

    After seeing the church, we continue towards the pre-Incan city of Pikillaqta beeing once one of the most impressive regional centers of the culture Wari. The culture was seated in Ayacucho and its centres were occupied by Incas for many years. Today, Pikillaqta is a national archaeological park of great importance.
    The word Pikillaqta is made up of Quechuan words “piki” = flea and “llaqta” = town, so that  the meaning of the city´s name was the “City of the Fleas”. It does not want to say that fleas lived in the city nor that its inhabitants were lousy. The name was derived from the fact that each inhabitant lived in cramped conditions, in a  very small room. Constructions of Pikillaqta consists of over 200 kanchas (apartments), 504 golgas (storages) and other constructions. The city accommodated a population of approximately 10 thousands of inhabitants!! Some investigators supposed that Pikillacta turned into a city of “mitimaes” during Incan times (“Mitimae” comes from the Quechuan word “mitma” meaning “resettlement”. So mitimaes were originally groups of families taken by Incas from their native place to loyal or conquered towns to perform political, cultural, social, and economic functions.).

    After this guided tour, we continue to Raqchi where we observe the splendid Temple of Wiracocha (Incan god – creator). There are remnants of cottages, warehouses and terraces and it is a handsomely unearthed clean site. The remaining part of the biggest Inca church are there and the snug stonework still there is marvellous.

    Then, we go to La Raya representing the border between Cusco´s region and Puno´s region. This place is well-known for its viewpoint offering splendid views of surrounding Andes. 

    Our last stop is in the old settlement of Pucara where we visit the Lithic Museum exhibiting artefacts of an pre-Incan culture.

    Finally, we reach the city of Puno, where we accommodate ourselves in the Hotel Libertador.

    Day 07: Lake Titicaca

    A place of fable and folklore, Lake Titicaca is thought to be the birth place of the Sun God Inti.  You tour begins in the harbor of Puno where you will first go to the Uros Islands. Constructed completely from totora weed.In the morning, we board our comfortable motorboat to visit the man-made Uros Floating Islands as well as the Amantani Island. We stop at the islands to view the magic of the lake’s scenery and to meet friendly people of its communities. They are known as The Aquatic Tribe and they have kept their age old rituals. You will see how they make their island and their craftwork from the reeds.

    Titicaca Lake is the largest lake in the world above 2,000 metres and the highest placed navigable lake in the world! Our first stop on the lake are the floating islands of the Uros people. The Uros began their unusual floating existence centuries ago in an effort to isolate themselves from militant Colla´s and Incan tribes. Unfortunately, Uros´ language got extincted, so nowadays´ Uros people speak Aymara due to intermarriages with Aymara´s speakers. There are about 300 families living on the islands, however, their number has been slowly declining.

    After visiting the Uros Floating Islands, we continue towards Amantani Island. There, we land and our Tour Guide shows us around the island with its stunning Titicaca Lake views and friendly inhabitants with their particular folklore. We will have some cultural exchange with the native people and have the chance t explore the Island.

    Our next destination is Taquile Island, famous for its fine handwoven textile and clothing considered as the highest-quality handicraft of Peru. Taquile and its textile art was even recognized by UNESCO in 2005
    We make our way back to Puno where we overnight in the Libertador Hotel in Puno.

    Day 08: Tourist bus from Puno to Colca Canyon

    Depart from Puno in the morning. We go for an amazing trip, about 6 hours towards the Colca Valley in our tourist transport.

    Today we take a tourist bus to get to Arequipa, one of the most  charming cities in Peru. Transfer to the five star Libertador Hotel. 

    Discover the awe-inspiring beauty of the Peruvian Andes as you embark on a captivating journey from Puno to Colca Canyon aboard our comfortable tourist bus. This extraordinary adventure promises not only breathtaking landscapes but also an immersive cultural experience that will leave you enchanted.

    Experience the breathtaking landscapes and cultural wonders of Peru as you traverse through charming villages and picturesque vistas. Witness the awe-inspiring flight of the Andean condors and immerse yourself in the rich heritage of this remarkable region. Let our expert guides and luxurious amenities ensure an unforgettable adventure from Puno to the enchanting Colca Canyon.

    On the way, you can aprecciate the incredible landscape of Altiplano reaching up to 4,900 metres above sea level. We stop on the way in the Aguada Blanca National Reserve where we observe beautiful South American cameloids such as alpacas, llamas, vicuñas, guanacos and some birds and viscachas as well in their natural habitat. Later on, we descend to Chivay, we can observe intricate pre-Columbian terraces that are still tended to b the native Collagua inhabitants. We accommodate ourselves in the Casa Andina Hotel. After that you can visit the local thermal baths called La Calera which temperature reaches 38°C. In the evening, we have dinner at a local restaurant and then we overnight in our hotel.

    Day 09: Arequipa – Colca Canyon

    Colca Canyon is one of the world’s deepest canyons. It is a canyon of Colca River located in southern Peru. It covers an area of about 100 miles (160 kilometers) northwest of Arequipa. Colca Valley is a colourful Andean valley with pre-Incan roots and towns founded in Spanish colonial times. Local people keep traditions of their ancestors as well as keep cultivating pre-Incan stepped terraces for agricultural purposes.

    The canyon is home to the Andean condor (Vultur gryphus), a specie that has been in focus of worldwide conservation efforts. Condors can be seen in range as they fly along the canyon´s walls. A popular tourist stop is a viewpoint named “Cruz del Condor” (Condor´s Cross) where people watch condors soaring on warm air waves. This point is situated at 1,200 metres (3,960 ft) below the rims of the canyon.

    This morning, we visit the Cruz del Condor to observe the worlds largest flying bird, the condor from up close, flying in circles, as they ascend on the morning thermals looking for food. Before we get there, we make some stops along the way to view the local villages of Cabanaconde and Yanque with their colonial churches and typical clothing as well as nearby pre-Incan tombs placed in mountain walls.

    Upon our visit of the Cruz del Condor, we start our return way to the Arequipa City, where we get in the late afternoon and overnight in the Hotel Libertador.

    Day 10: Arequipa

    A free day. We recommend a guided tour of the white city, so called for the buildings made of volcanic sillar. It includes a viit to the lovely cathedral, the Santa Catalina convent and a visit to the museum to see Juanita, the best preserved mummy in South America. Located 2300m above sea level, Arequipa has a great climate throughout the year with the impressive Misti volcano overlooking the city. 

    We can also offer you some from optional Arequipa tours, for example, an Arequipa City Tour or an Arequipa Rural Tour (not included in the package). Overnight in the Hotel Libertador.

    Day 11: Arequipa – Lima

    We take a flight back to Lima today. Then we transfer you from the airport to your hotel. You are given time off to explore the city on your own and buy some souvenirs. You can also do some optional activities. Overnight in the luxury Hotel Monasterio Miraflores.

    Day 12: Lima City Tour

    In the morning, we pick you up from your hotel to take you to a 3 and half an hour Lima City Tour. During the tour, our Tour Guide introduces you Lima in its 3 periods of time: pre-Colombian, Colonial and Modern. We start the tour with a visit of the archaeological site of the cultures Wari and Inca – “Huaca Pucllana”. After that, we continue to the impressive city centre visiting the main plaza, the government palace, the town hall, the cathedral, the catacombs under the church of San Francisco and colonial mansions. Finally, we get to the modern city quarters such as the residential and financial zones of San Isidro and Miraflores with its unforgettable view of the Pacific Ocean.

    Then we take you back to your hotel, alternatively, you can stay at Miraflores to do some shopping.

    Afternoon free to own activities. Overnight in Lima.

    Day 13: Lima/International flight

    We take you to the airport for your flight back home.




    • Welcome by our Representative at arrival;
    • Transfer from/to the Cusco´s airport at arrival and departure;
    • Accommodation: 5* hotels (12 nights);
    • All entrance fees according to the itinerary;
    • Professional bilingual Tour Guides as per itinerary;
    • Meals: 12x breakfast, 3x lunch, 1x dinner;
    • Domestic flights (executive): Lima-Cusco, Arequipa-Lima;
    • 1x sightseeing private van: Cusco-Puno;
    • 1x direct private van: Puno-Arequipa;
    • Transport by a private van during the tours and local transfers;
    • A tourist train round trip to Machu Picchu (Hiram Bigham Service);
    • A shuttle bus Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – a round trip;
    • Private Motorboat transportation on Titicaca Lake.

    Not Included:

    • Pre & post tour accomodation,
    • International flights nor airport departure taxes,
    • Meals not mentioned,
    • Travel insurance,
    • Tips and baggage portage (please note: it is a custom to give tips in Peru, however, it is not obligatory),
    • Other extras not mentioned.

    Meals budget: Please allow USD 20 – 30 for meals not included.

    Single room: Please note that if you have booked the “Single Room” option for this tour, you receive your own single room for all overnights

    Local flights: All local flights are included in the cost of your tour unless noted otherwise. It is very important that we have got your passport details at the time of booking in order to process all air tickets! Internal flight tickets are issued locally and will be given to you prior to each flight departure!

    Discover Peru

    Peru is one of the oldest civilizations in the world, combining beautiful landscapes and culture, ancient and modern, from the mysterious Nazca lines to the enigmatic Machu Picchu. Peru is one of the destinations most visited by foreign tourists, since it not only has an archaeological and monumental wealth, but also a rich culture, beautiful tourist cities that combine the coast, mountains and jungle, the gastronomy known around the world, the musicians, the dances, the famous Peruvian Pisco, and friendly people who always warmly welcome tourists. Discover Peru

    Deep Peru Discovery / 20D

    Among the most visited places in Peru are those that have Inca archaeological centers, beautiful beaches, impressive lakes and a beautiful view of the entire coastline you will visit.

    Let’s start with the most visited place by tourists when they arrive in Peru, Machu Picchu. There are several ways to get there: The Inca Trail is one of them, it consists of walking for four days and three nights on the old Inca trail to reach the Sanctuary of Machupicchu.

    Now let’s move to the south of the country, and we will meet Puno, this plateau is home to one of the largest lakes in the world, that’s why hundreds of tourists come to it.

    While towards the coastal south of the country we will meet with Arequipa that offers us a warm atmosphere. Here you can see the Misti volcano that sleeps before the astonished gaze of the population.

    If we go north we will go through the Nazca lines, which offers us a beautiful stay and a mysterious atmosphere.

    Finally, you can not miss visiting the Peruvian Amazon. Deep Peru Discovery

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