Tailor made trips and tours in Peru

Peru

Peru is South America’s single most popular destination because it offers the traveller a taste of everything the continent has to offer: icy mountains, deep-damp jungle, bone-dry desert, a remarkable cultural heritage and surely one of the most iconic treks in the world, the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

Machu Picchu is one of several citadels: Choquequirao and Espiritu Pampa are two of the others. Harder toget to and less well rescued from the jungle, they are exciting sites to explore.

Lima is worth exploring too: a big busy city with lovely coastline and lively Miraflores to visit. South of the city lies Nazca and the remarkable "Nazca Lines". And if you don't have time to get to the Galapagos Islands, offshore lie the Islas Bellestas, Peru's solution to the Galapagos.

Trips and tours

Easter Island and Machu Picchu

The Angelito offers a comfortable and affordable option to see these enchanted isles. 4, 5 or 8 days.

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Machu Picchu Multi-sport and The Inca Trail

Raft, bike and hike your way to Machu Picchu on our nine day self-powered journey. Follow in the footsteps of the Incas on the world famous Inca Trail.

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Trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

This is probably the most famous trek in the world! It’s certainly one of the best. Machu Picchu itself is actually slightly lower than the starting point of this trek – the trouble is, in between there are some serious ups and serious downs. The altitude can be a challenge and the many steps can be hard on your knees, but the reward that is waiting at the Sun Gate (Intipunku) at dawn makes it worthwhile.

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The Nazca Lines and Ballestas Islands

South of Lima are the mysterious Nazca Lines and magical Ballestas Islands. Extend your stay in Peru by 2 days to see these two amazing places.

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La Casona, Cusco’s finest

A converted family mansion in the heart of Cusco. It’s discreet, beautifully renovated and combines elegance and character. Quite lovely!

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The Monasterio

As the name implies, this hotel is a converted monastery! It is by no means Cusco’s smallest hotel but it is excellent and deserves its five stars

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Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

A luxury hotel just below the ruins of Machu Picchu set in 6 Ha of glorious gardens.

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El Mapi Inn, Machu Picchu village

This hotel is also owned by Inkaterra, who own La Casona in Cusco and the near-by Machu Picchu Pueblo hotel. However, El Mapi is not 5 star – they claim four, but 3 is probably a fairer grading. Great hotel in a great location.

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highlights & hidden gems

Miguel de Cervantes Prize

Looking for a good read while travelling in Latin America? Then tune in to this prize and see some of the best Spanish authors (don’t worry! Translations are generally available!)

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Putukusi

Putukusi rises more than 600m  in a near-vertical  climb (there are fixed ladders) and from the summit has wide open views of Machu Picch.

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Peru Weather & Climate

Peru's Weather

Peru is different from most other countries because it has three distinct geographical regions:

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