Seven days full of history, archaeology, amazement, and impressive sites. During this trip, you will visit the millenary Cusco city and the overwhelming Machu Picchu citadel.
Spend a week exploring the treasures of Peru, first its impressive archaeological sites and its mysterious origins, and then its natural attractions, so special and mystical that seems to be God’s gift.
This tour is for the ones who enjoy the outdoors and the challenge. If Machu Picchu is a magnificent spectacle alone, imagine how more impressive it will be to get there following the tracks of the Incas hiking through the ancient road they built to access to their hidden citadel.
Machu Picchu is the must when visiting Peru, this impressive citadel is undoubtedly an icon of Peruvian culture, and the overflight to the mysterious Nazca Lines is the perfect complement to make this an unforgettable experience.
Follow the Inca’s legacy while visiting two of its most iconic places: Machu Picchu, the hidden Inca citadel who was kept intact for centuries due its location and then travel to Puno city to visit Lake Titicaca the place marked in the Inca history as the birthplace of its civilization.
This is the perfect combination for a trip, a mix of archaeological and nature visits. Peru is a very diverse country and here you can enjoy both history in Machu Picchu citadel and also the unique and endemic species of flora and fauna in our lush rainforest.
Visit the southern Peru jewels with this trip: Colca Canyon the deepest of the continent and its Condors, then go to the millenary Machu Picchu citadel and finally visit Lake Titicaca the spot where the founders of the Inca empire emerged.
These will be for sure the best eight days of your life. Get ready for the ultimate adventure of South America. Travel to the ancient Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, hidden for centuries among clouds and flora, and discovered only in the twentieth century. Then travel to the Amazon, the largest rainforest on the planet and enjoy activities full of adventure.
Visit the jewels of Perú and Bolivia: Cusco city, Machu Picchu citadel and Lake Titicaca. Across the natural border of the lake is located La Paz, Bolivia’s capital city, where you will discover its colonial architecture, its peculiar markets and nearby archaeological sites, and then you will take a trip to the immense Uyuni salt flats.
This is the best alternative to the Inca Trail hike, always on high demand. Along the way you will enjoy beautiful and varied landscapes such as snow-capped mountains, tropical forests and even the jungle. If you are thinking of making a trekking route to Machu Picchu and want to be away from everything, this trek is the ideal route.