Lima, Cusco and Puno. Three destinations that will fascinate. Stroll through the colonial and modern part of Lima; Discover the imperial city and fill yourself with energy in Machupicchu and, finally, visit the floating islands of Lake Titicaca, one of the most impressive necropolis in America. Magical Peru
Learn about ancient Andean culture and traditions
See the landscapes of the Peruvian Andes while traveling by train
Explore one of the seven new wonders of the world: Machu Picchu
Have fun with the locals and find out how they live.
Try the authentic local food.
Marvel at the floating islands built by the aurochs
We welcome you when you arrive at the international airport of Lima, the reception is in charge of our staff for your transfer to the Hotel and in the afternoon you will have free time to rest and prepare for the next adventures in the two most famous regions of Peru.
DAY 2: City tour Lima
LIMA (79M)-LIMA CITY TOUR & MAGICAL WATER CIRCUIT:
After breakfast ready to tour the city of kings, a large metropolis full of history and cultural heritage. Observing from the mobility the promenade of the republic, famous San Martin square, government palace, entering the convent of San Francisco a great architectural work built in the seventeenth century, culminates with a tour of the catacombs, the main cemetery of the colonial era. At the end of the city tour you will have part of the afternoon free for lunch and from there we will make a connection to visit the famous magical circuit of the waters visiting where a majestic park that has 13 cybernetic sources, where water, music and an impressive game of laser lights are mixed providing a wonderful spectacle worthy of being admired. Finally you will be taken back to your hotel.
DAY 3: City tour Cusco
FLIGHT LIMA/CUSCO (3,400M)- CITY TOUR CUSCO:
The day comes, we go to Cusco, we board the flight. We welcome you when you arrive at the international airport of Cusco, the reception is in charge of our staff for your transfer to the Hotel, where an aromatic matte of coca stimulating for height will be served. Ready in the afternoon we are dedicated to visit the Inca capital. We begin with the tour of the city, the Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral, which has paintings of the Cuzqueña school and many treasures of jewelry, silver and precious stones, then we go to the convent of Santo Domingo, Temple of the Sun or Q’oricancha .
The excursion continues outside the city to visit the Inca complexes of Q’enqo and the impressive Fortress of Sacsayhuamán, strategically built on the top overlooking the city of Cusco. The huge stones on the exterior walls of the complex were carved and joined with precision in a surprising way. Some of these stones exceed 09 feet / 10 height and weigh more than 120 tons. In the evening they will have the option of knowing the city of Cusco with its beautiful and very traditional streets since the Inca times and colonial contrast.
DAY 4: Machupicchu
Today will be one of those days where dreams come true: we will get to know Machupicchu! We will enjoy incredible landscapes along the way, which will only prepare us for the best experience we are about to live. Once in Aguas Calientes, we will begin the ascent to the citadel, where you will undoubtedly live one of the most unforgettable experiences of your life! When we arrive at Machupicchu, you will be able to learn all the history that surrounds this mysterious place, where you will be able to take impressive photographs. At the agreed time, we will descend to the town of Aguas Calientes, for free time. Finally we will board our train back to the city of Cusco and upon arrival you will be transferred to your hotel.
MEALS: Breakfast NIGHT: Cusco
DAY 5: The route of the sun
CUSCO-PUNO THE ROUTE OF THE SUN-PUNO (3,827M)
You will leave the station to start the bus trip to Puno; On the way you will enjoy the wonderful landscapes of the South Valley of Cusco. First you will visit Andahuaylillas, well known as the Sistine Chapel of America, a city where you will find a beautiful church of the 21st century, with an impressive organ decorated with angels and cherubs. Then you will visit the ruins of Racchi – also known as “The Temple of God Wiracocha” – those that have different areas that were used for various purposes. At the end of this visit, you will enjoy a delicious and typical buffet lunch at a local restaurant. After this you will know the archaeological site of Puca-Pucara, a military construction that also functioned as an administrative center. Finally, you will arrive in Puno. Transfer to your hotel.
MEALS: Breakfast | Lunch
DAY 6: Uros Island
PUNO-UROS ISLAND AND AMANTANI ISLAND (4,150M)
This day we will visit Lake Titicaca and its islands by boat, the excursion begins with the floating islands of the Uros, famous for its unique way of life, in this Aymara town they build their houses on large totora rafts and moored by stakes that do not allow that the islands drift, the people who inhabit these islands live from fishing, crafts, hunting and collecting eggs that are sold in the city of Puno. The tour continues to the island of Amantani, In the place we can make a small walk along the paths of the island. There we can also climb to Pachatata (4,200M) and from this place we will have spectacular views of the Cordillera Real de Perú -Bolivia and all the natural surroundings of Lake Titicaca and if time permits we will see the sunset over the lake and mountains surrounding. Overnight in a rural house.
MEALS: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner
OVERNIGHT: Amantani Island (Puno)
DAY 7: Taquile Island
UROS AMANTANI AND TAQUILE ISLAND-PUNO (3,827M)
The next day from the island of Amantani we will leave for Taquile, this island is covered with terraced crops in the style of the Incas, its inhabitants live in a traditional way, a kind of communism where the property is private but the work is collective; Some 300 people work in the community one day for them and others for the community. The life of Taquile is self-sustaining is lived in relation to the Inca principles of “not stealing, not lying, and not being idle” customs that have maintained for centuries. The upper part of this Island has beautiful views of the lake, the bay of Puno, Bolivia (Cordillera Real), and the Altiplano will be a reward for efforts to get there. In the afternoon we will return to the city of Puno.
MEALS: Breakfast | Lunch
DAY 8: Farewell
PUNO-LIMA(79M)- HOME RETURN:
The last day in the city in Puno; At the agreed time we will transfer them to the airport to board the flight to Lima and the farewell by our entire team.
End of our services.
Assistance at the airports.
Activities and excursions mentioned in the program.
Private and collective land transport according to the program.
Tourist train to Machupicchu (Executive Class).
Bilingual local guides (Spanish / English).
Entrance fees to the different places of visits mentioned in the program.
Meals mentioned in the program (07 breakfasts – 03 lunch – 01 dinner).
07 nights of accommodation mentioned in the program in double accommodation (02 people).
Internal flights (Lima / Cusco – Juliaca / Lima)
Excursions not indicated.
Meals not indicated in the program.
Single room supplement (01 person).
Tips for guides, drivers, buttons, waiters, etc.
Any item that is not specifically detailed in our program.
Bring original passport “With expiration date not less than 7 months”.
Student card (current one year) under 25 years.
Waterproof (long poncho) in rainy season (November to March)
Long sleeve shirts for the sun.
Hat / Handkerchief.
Medicine and / or articles for personal use.
Camera or video camera.
Have checks and coins on hand in small denominations soles or dollars.
Huayna Picchu Mountain $ 55 USD per person
Upgrade to Panoramic train to Machupicchu $ 100 USD per person
Upgrade to Luxury train to Machupicchu $ 900 USD per person
To climb the mountain of Huayna Picchu or Machupicchu mountain, there is a limit of spaces per day, it is recommended to check availability with us and book in advance.We always do our best to follow the fixed itinerary, however it may change from time to time based on temporary weather and park restrictions, availability, weather, road closures, guest / injury capacity and natural events such as fires and floods.