Individual south Peru for adventure lovers!
included 4 days Salkantay in domes
This tour is special for people who don’t like to sit on buses for city tours, and instead, like to take some action!
In this tour you’ll have trekking, mountainbike, rafting etc. Discover Peru different/ Action!
You can choose this tour in 3 options
1 /Budget tour : in hostals/ local transport / excursions in international group
2/ Classic tour: in 3* hotels/ mix local transport – private / mix private excursions – international group
3/ Luxe tour: all 4 * hotels / private transport / private excursions/ entrance fees included
Note: because of the adventure, it’s not always possible 4 *
How do we work ?
In our packet, you’ll travel all by yourself. Southamerica planet will take care for you. We’ll reserve all your hotels and transport. When you arrive in Peru you’ll get a personal briefing at your first hotel in lima. We give you all the vouchers for hotels, buses and excursions. You’ll do excursions in International groups with English speaking guides.
We also arranges your transfers and gives you the bus tickets to go from A to B, like this, you’ll travel around by yourself but without worries , all arranged through Southamerica planet. If there are any problems, you can always find support by contacting our office in Cusco or Lima! During your trip we have contact by whatsapp
What is included?
* All bus transport, all hotels and all the tours as indicated in the program.
* All your vouchers, information package and general information over all the places you’ll visit.
* All hotels are based on double room with private bathroom, single rooms on request for an extra price, all buses are based on good buses, we work most of the time with Cruz del Sur, the best company in Peru.
* We can offer this tour in 3 or 4 star hotels or local clean hostels or in a mix.
* All the transfers
* Your food, in the hotels breakfast is included.
* The entrance fees and taxes, like Nasca airport tax. (in 4* included)
* Local flight Cusco – Lima
* Some traditional excursions
Day 1: Lima
You’ll arrive at Lima airport and someone from Southamerica planet picks you up from the airport and brings you to your first hotel in Lima or Miraflores.
Hotel/hostal in Lima
Day 2 :Lima
First day in Lima. Today is NOT the standard city tour, but you will visit Lima by bike. You can choose 3,5 h in the morning, where you take the Bay tour, Barranco & Chorrillos, or 3,5 h in the afternoon and take the Urban tour, where you’ll visit Miraflores and San isidro. After or before the bike tour, you can visit downtown Lima by yourself, also known as “the City of the Kings”. The Main Square of Lima, upon which sits the Government Palace, the Cathedral, the Archbishop’s Palace, and the City Hall. You can also choose to walk at the seafront in Miraflores.
Optional For the real adrenaline lovers, you can take the duo flight for 20 min on the cliff- seafront in Miraflores.
3,5 h City tour in Lima by bike (in 4* private tour)
hotel/hostal in Lima
transfer to start bike tour ( in 4* included)
Lunch + diner
Day 3: Paracas
Around 7 am or 1.30 pm you’ll take the luxury Cruz del Sur bus to Paracas. It’s about 4 h drive. Your hotel is close to the harbor with swimming pool. You can walk on the Boulevard and eat the delicious fresh fish or walk on the beach.
Optional: For active people, it’s possible to do some Kite surfing in Paracas, there is always good wind.
Transfer in lima
Bus tickets to Pisco ( private car in 4*)
Hostal / hotel in paracas
Lunch + diner
Day 4 : Ballestas + Sandbuggy Huacachina
This morning around 8 am you’ll go by speedboat to the Ballestas islands. Paracas is known for its extraordinary marine wild life and wonderful natural setting. You’ll enjoy a boat tour, lasting approximately 2 hours, around the Ballestas Islands, where you can observe countless species, including the world’s largest sea lion colony. You can also view seals, penguins, turtles, albatrosses, pelicans, and seagulls. With many sea lions and birds. After this excursion you’ll take a private car direction to Ica. First we’ll visit the Pisco bruery ( to make you happy), then we’ll continue to Huacachina where we have the 1 h amazing sand buggy tour through the sanddunes. You can also do some sand boarding. Pure adrenaline! After this tour, the private car will bring you in 3 more h drive to Nazca. This is where we have a hostal- hotel with swimming pool.
Ballestas Islands tour
Private car to Nazca
1 h sand buggy – sand surf tour
Hostal/ Hotel with swimming pool
Lunch + diner/ piertax 13 sol/ entrance fee
Day 5 : Nazca and Nazca lines
After breakfast you will be picked up at your hotel for your journey to the mysterious Nazca Lines! You’ll board a small aircraft. During your adventure, you’ll see first hand several famous line figures, including the spider, monkey, astronaut, flamingo, parrot & condor among many others. Why were these figures created? Do they have an astrological or religious purposes? After your flight you’ll visit Chauchilla. The area is named after the Nazca civilization that flourished there between 300BC and 800AD. At night you’ll take the luxury night bus for 10 h to Arequipa. The bus leaves at 10 PM.
Flight over Nasca lines 30 min
Night Bus crusero to Arequipa (in 4* Bed )
Airport tax 30 soles ( included in 4*)
lunch + diner
Optional: If you don’t like night buses, you can take a day bus.
Optional mountain bike tour or climb and sand board cerro blanco, the biggest sand dune
Day 6 : Arequipa / rafting
Early in the morning you’ll arrive in Arequipa. The white city and its famous historical downtown. Visit the Plaza de Armas, the Church of the Company and the Church of San Francisco. The highlight of Arequipa is the 16th century Santa Catalina Convent. This beautiful complex of plazas and buildings is remarkably intact and remained closed to the outside world until 1970. You’ll also visit the star of Arequipa “The Mummy Juanita “. In the evening you may choose to dine at one of Arequipa’s many fine restaurants. Try the amazing alpacca steak. Action of the day, 1/2 day rafting on the Rio Chile.
Hotel / hostal in Arequipa
1/2 day rafting
lunch + diner
Day 7 : Arequipa- mountainbike downhill volcano
Next adventure At 8AM pick-up from hotel and drive in a four wheel drive for approximately three hours for the sector of CABRERIAS between MISTI and CHACHANI Mountains. We will stop in many places where you can take pictures of the landscape and visit the national reserve of SALINAS Y AGUADA BLANCA. Amazing view of conical form of Misti north face.
At 10AM we arrive at AZUFRERO (5000m). Here we conduct a brief safety orientation regarding the gears and brakes of our mountain bikes, the protective equipment, and a descripton of the route down.
1000M drop on a nice zig zag compact road. This is stony and sandy with closed curves and sloped construction for a distance of 10 kilometers. It is recommended to go down at 10 – 15 KPH for those with less mountian biking experience.
The motly level part called CABALLO MUERTO (Dead Horse) over 4000M. Here we ride our bikes 16 kilometers going bit by bit up to 4200m. At three times, the road is compact earth, the rest is sandy.
This final part is the longest in distance with an elevation change of 2000m. We descend from the 4200M to Arequipa in approximately 2 hours. Following a paved road with minimal traffic, we connect with Charcani road, accelerating to a good speed between 40 – 45 KPH on the bikes.
Around 3PM or 4PM will be the last stop at Mirador de Carmen Alto, where we end the adventure mountain bike tour. You will then be taken back to your hotel.
1 day downhill mountain bike
Lunch + diner
Day 8 : Colca Canyon 3 days trekking
Day 1 trek: We don’t just take the Colca tour, but we’ll do some trekking, like this you really feel the canyon. We will begin this adventure by picking up passengers from their hotels at 4 am to take an international group tour bus to Chivay. We’ll have breakfast after we continue to Cabanaconde (approx. 5 hours). Here we will have lunch in a touristic restaurant. Then we will begin our walk and arrive at the Pampa San Miguel, where we will have an impressive view of the fabulous Colca Canyon . Then we will descend and after three and a half hours walking, we will arrive at the first community of San Juan de Chuccho (2,200m), descending approximately 1,357m to the River Colca. We will explore the surroundings and then carry on walking an hour and a half more to the next community of Cosnirhua (2,450m). Here we can enjoy our free time and shower with naturally water heated by the sun, as this place does not have electricity. Here we can rest, have dinner and spend our first night in comfortable cabins.
Day 9 :
Day 2 trekking: We will get up at the time decided by the guide, and before having breakfast we will visit the surrounding countryside where we will see different types of crops as well as fruit orchards. We will then visit the nearby school, where you can teach the children and share your travellers’ tales with them. We will also visit the hospital in a precarious construction zone. We will return to have breakfast and then continue our walk and visit other annexes and communities, such as the Malata annex (2,450m), a place which stands out as the only annex with a 17 th Century Church, which still retains its colonial characteristics. In this community we will meet people who speak Quechua, after three hours walking we will arrive at the place where we will make a pause for three hours, at the oasis(1,230m). Here we will enjoy a pool of 24 degrees centigrade and go for a walk around the surroundings. We will have lunch here and then continue our walk (approx 3 hours) uphill to the town of Cabanaconde, where we will spend the night in a hotel with private bathrooms and hot water. Later we will go take a short walk and then have dinner in a restaurant.
Day 10 :
Day 3 trekking We will get up at 6am to have our breakfast. Then we will go to the Cruz del Condor reserve where we can see the Condor, considered to be a sacred bird and worshipped by the Incas. Here we can appreciate the fabulous and elegant flight of the condor, as well as the depth of the canyon. After this spectacular wonderful we will take a local bus to Chivay, the most important town in the length of the valley. Here we change buses. We’ll take a bus at 1.30 pm to Puno, over the Altiplano, where we’ll arrive in the evening.
3 days Colca Canyon trekking tour in internat group
Hotel / hostal in Puno
bus from Chivay to Puno
Entrance fee 70 soles ( included in 4*)
lunch + diner day 3
Day 11: Amantani – Titicaca 2 days
Today you’ll will visit the incredible Lake Titicaca located some 3,800m above sea level and covering an area of over 8000 square kilometers. You’ll begin your tour by visiting the fascinating Uros Islands, home to the descendants of the pre-Inca Urus people, who continue to live on the floating islands, which are constructed by totoro reeds which grow around the lake. It is said that, when seen from above, the lake looks like a Puma hunting a rabbit. Uros is comprised of about 40 islands, but the total number varies over time. Then we’ll go to Amantania Island, where you’ll sleep on the island with a local family, basic but a nice adventure! They treat you as their own children. In the evening you’ll sing and dance with the whole village in local clothes. This option provides a great opportunity to interact with the warm and hospitality from the islanders and to learn about their daily lives. We’ll leave the big lugage in Puno and travel with a day pack. In the evening you’ll climb up to the top of the island above 4,000 mt to see its amazing sunset.
2 days boat tour in internat group
Family stay (food included)
Present for the family
Day 12: Puno
After breakfast, we’ll leave our local family and go to Taquile Island, another beautiful destination. The island still bears vestiges of a pre-Incan past. There are Aymara Indians. The intricated and brightly-colored textiles produced here reflect the inhabitants’ Andean beliefs, myths, and ways of life. After a short but steep climb to the main village you’ll enjoy lunch and spend the afternoon exploring the island and finding out about its people. The islanders are known for the beautiful textiles and garments that they produce, and interestingly the knitting of these garments is done exclusively by men. Boat back to Puno /hotel Puno .
Hotel / hostal in puno
Lunch and diner
Day 13 : Bus to Cusco
After an early breakfast you will be transferred to the bus station for your journey to Cusco. During this journey you will enjoy stunning views of beautiful landscapes of the the Andes. We will take the direct bus for about 6 h. Upon your arrival to Cusco, you will be welcomed by Southamerica planet. In the evening there are many excellent restaurants to choose from in Cusco
Opcional: You can take the bus with stops at the La Raya Pass, the Incan archeological site of Raqchi, renowned for its massive temple to the god Viracocha. Next on the itinerary is a stop at the village of Andahuaylillas, where you will see an actual architectural masterpiece: its main church, built in the 17th century, whose finely painted interior walls will astound you.
Also opcional it’s possible to take the amazing but expensive train ride andean explorer Puno to Cusco 3 times a week
Direct bus to Cusco ( in 4* bus with stops, meal + guide)
Hostal / hotel Cusco
Bus with stops / guide and meals
Day 14: Cusco mountain bike
Today we’ll have another active day. We’ll go on mountain bike tour to the saltpans of Maras and Moray reservoir through the nice sacred valley. This tour takes a whole day.
Hotel / hostal Cusco
Mountain bike tour in international group ( private in 4*)
Entrance fees/ like Cusco visitor ticket 130 soles ( included in 4*)
Lunch + diner
Day 15+16+17+18: Salkantay alternative to the Classic Incatrail
As you walk between the towering peaks of Humantay and Salkantay mountain as you make your way to Machu Picchu. This is truly the experience of a lifetime! Did you know that the Salkantay Trek is listed as one of the 25 best treks in the world by National Geographic Adventure Travel Magazine? Join us, and discover what it means to walk the sacred paths of the Inca.
The Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu is one of the most famous treks in Cusco and it is undoubtedly the best alternative route to experience the original Inca paths. This trek takes you through many different types of landscapes. You will have the best opportunity to see the typical Andean landscape up to the snow capped mountains, down to the tropical forests and finally even venture into the dense jungle. If you are thinking to do a hiking trip to Machu Picchu and you want to be off the beaten path, close to the Andean communities and appreciate the beautiful and diverse nature of Peru, the Salkantay Trek is highly recommended.
*The Salkantay trek is listed as one of the 25 best treks in the world by National Geographic Adventure Travel Magazine.
*After the Inca Trail, the Salkantay Trek is the 2nd most popular trek to Machu Picchu (and a lot less crowded).
*Hiking alongside the magnificent Apu Salkantay and arriving at the ruins of the majestic Machu Picchu is one of the best experiences known to mankind.
*Trekkers can see natural bridges, snowcapped mountains, colorful valleys, waterfalls, wildlife, unique plants, and cloud forest.
*Sleep 1 night in out incredible Sky Camp, located in front of the impressive mountains Humantay and Salkantay+ 1 night in our Andean huts+ 1 night in hostal in Aquas calientes
DAY 2: Soraypampa – Salkantay Pass – Wayracmachay – Chaullay
DAY 3: Chaullay – La Playa – Santa Teresa – Hydroelectric – Aguas Calientes
DAY 4: The Most Important Day – Machu Picchu!
Today’s Highlights: Walk from Challacancha to Soraypampa with very few tourists. Relish in an afternoon visit to the absolutely whimsical Humantay Lake nestled at the base of Apu Humantay mountain. Take in your first views of the enigmatic Apu Salkantay. Spend the night in our glass-topped Sky Camp, and stargaze from your bed in our exclusive campsite!
We start the day by picking you up from your hotel at approx 04:00 AM. We will drive for around 4 hours, crossing Anta and Mollepata and ending up at Challancha. Through the windows of the bus you can clearly see the white, snow capped mountains of Apus Salkantay and Humantay: two colossal gods of the Incas. You will also see spectacular scenery of high peaks and low valleys in a colorful and contrasting panorama filling every direction you turn your eyes! After the first two hours of driving, we will stop quickly in Mollepata to take advantage of the toilet facilities, souvenir shops, and an optional, short breakfast. We will then continue to Challacancha, the starting point for our trek. We will meet our support staff, and they will organize all of the equipment and cargo mules. Around 09:30 AM, we will begin trekking to Soraypampa (3850 MASL – 12631 FASL), the first campsite on our journey.
The first section of the path takes us over a few deep valleys along the side of a mountain. At some parts of the trail, an old aqueduct can still be seen which still supplies water to farmers in the lower valleys. We will travel 7 km (4.35 miles) in 3 hours to Soraypampa where we will have our lunch at the base camp of Salkantay. After lunch and a short rest, we hike up to the unforgettable Humantay Lake (4200 MASL – 13779 ft). This is a 5 km (3.1miles) round-trip which we will walk in a total of 3 hours. This place one of the most beautiful sights in all the Andes with unbelievable blue-green water reflecting the mountain glaciers of Apu Humantay. It seems like something out of a dream or fairy tale! Back at our camp, the background of the valley at sunset creates the most peaceful scene with an energy that can only be felt and not described! Because Soraypampa (our camp) is located in the middle of the glacier valleys, the sky is so immensely clear at night that you can truly appreciate the stars, constellations, and even comets shooting across the pitch blackness, uninterrupted by the hustle, bustle, or lights of the city. Take a moment this night to re-center your spirit and consider all the deep things of life in the profound silence and tranquility of Soraypampa!
–Walking Distance – 12km / 7.45 miles
–Starting Elevation – 3350 meters ASL / 10990 feet ASL
–Highest Elevation – 4600 meters ASL / 15091 feet ASL
–Campsite Elevation – 3920 meters ASL / 12861 feet ASL
-Meals: Lunch and Dinner (Plus snacks and afternoon tea time)
–Accommodation: Glass-Topped Dome
-Adventure: Moderate-High! (Especially the trek to Humantay Lake!)
Today’s Highlights: Hike along the winding Salkantay trail with the mountain’s tallest peak in front of your eyes all morning! Challenge yourself as we make our way up some steep slopes while looking out on the valley far below until we reach the base of Apu Salkantay. Around midday, you will be standing in the middle of the Andes mountain range! In the afternoon, we make our way into the incredible cloud forest and tropical jungle around Chaullay. This is your most challenging day but also your most rewarding!
After an early wake-up with the first daylight at 05:30 AM and a quick but energizing breakfast, we will start trekking up to the highest point of the trail: the Salkantay Pass (4650 MASL – 15255 FASL). The distance is a 7 km (4.34 miles) of difficult ascent in 3 hours between the rocky valley base and the magnificent Salkantay Mountain (6271 MASL– 20574 FASL). When we reach the top of the pass, we will appreciate the spectacular views of the surrounding valleys and the imposing snowy peaks of Salkantay, Humantay, Tucarhuay and Pumasillo mountains. Salkantay Mountain is the second highest mountain in the Cusco region and one of the Inca gods called “Apu”. Continuing from this climax of today’s trek, there is a 5 km (3.1 mile) downhill walk to the site for lunch. The walk downwards is on a serpent-shaped, rocky, gravel path which leads to the Huayracmachay lunch campsite. To rest on the way down, there is a perfect valley outlook that is absolutely stunning! In the afternoon after our meal, we will enter the upper part of the Amazon jungle, which is also called “the cloud forest”. This is a 10 km (6.2 mile) hike completed in 3 hours on a wide trail in the thick and magical tropical forest. During this part of the trek, you will notice a dramatic change in landscape and the earth’s energy as we move from Andes to Amazon! This hike is truly beautiful; the hills are decorated with colorful scenery, wildlife, and native plants. The forests are warm and tropical most of the year with temperate climates. At the end of this outstanding hike, we arrive at Chaullay Village (2900 MASL – 9514 FASL) for a much-deserved reward of rest from our long day of trekking! This is our base camp in the jungle as we continue to make our way to Machu Picchu.
-Walking Distance– 22 km / 13.7 miles
-Starting Elevation– 3800 meters ASL / 12467 feet
-Campsite Elevation– 2750 meters ASL / 9022 feet ASL
*Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner (Plus snacks and afternoon tea time)
-Adventure: Absolutely, 100%! The raw and breath-taking beauty of this day’s hike along with its challenging nature will quench any wanderlust you’ve been trying to cure!
At 06:00 AM, we will start our trek to the small town of La Playa through the Santa Teresa valley. You will be able to soak up this new, lush landscape during our 6 hours of hiking today! During the hike we will see rivers, waterfalls, wild orchids, and plantations of coffee, banana, and avocado. You can taste the famous passion fruit and granadilla fruit along the way! We will see a village called Colpapampa, also called the “brow of the cloud forest,” where waterfalls, birds, hot springs, fruit-bearing trees, and flora and fauna can be observed. If we are lucky, we will even be able to see the beautiful bird called “The Cock of the Rocks,”
After a hearty lunch at La Playa, we will take local transportation to the Hidroelectrica train station.
Here you will have two options:
1) If you are exhausted, you may take the train to Aguas Calientes ($34.00 extra).
2) If you are still eager to hike, you may walk from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes for about 3 hours along the train track. There is a nice path next to the tracks through the warm paradise of the cloud forest. This is the same trail used by the American professor Hiram Bingham who rediscovered Machu Picchu after centuries of it being lost to the outside world!
Once in Aguas Calientes, you can rest a bit before dinner or walk around this alluring place that has the feel of a California Gold Rush town. There are no cars in Aguas Calientes, so it is an especially peaceful place to be. At 7:00 PM, we will have dinner at a local restaurant. All the expenses in Aguas Calientes are covered by the company, including breakfast, lunch, dinner, and the overnight stay at our hostel. In your luxury room, you will have a private bathroom, hot shower, wifi, breakfast in the morning, and luggage storage while you visit Machu Picchu.
*Walking Distance – 26km / 16.1 Miles
*Starting Elevation – 2750 meters ASL / 9022 feet ASL
*Campsite Elevation – 1600 meters ASL / 5249 feet ASL
*Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (Plus snacks)
*Adventure: Absolutely! You will be in the middle of the tropical forest you have dreamt about!
Day 4 The most Important day – Machu Picchu
Today’s Highlights: Your excitement for our rendezvous at Machu Picchu will rise as we are hiking early in the morning through the forest to reach the site before most other tourists – even the Inca Trail trekkers!! You will have plenty of time to explore this truly magnificent World Wonder while you enjoy the beautiful sunrise from this once-in-a-lifetime viewpoint. Your group will learn about this mystical place in a two-hour guided tour of the ruins. Afterwards, you can opt to climb Huayna Picchu or Machupicchu Mountain (if you have pre-booked tickets) or walk to the Sun Gate (without extra tickets).
Today we arrive at the long-awaited finale of our trek, one of the New 7 Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Machu Picchu! We will wake up early after a refreshing night at our hostel to beat the crowds to the top of Machu Picchu and enjoy its serenity in the soft morning light. The Machu Picchu entrance check point is open from 06:00 AM until 17:00 PM. We will hike up to Machupicchu (a bus ride is optional for $12.00) and enter the hidden Royal Citadel of the Incas. Here we will have a 2-hour guided tour through this incredible ancient city to visit temples, terraces, palaces, priest’s houses, the sundial, the industrial sector, and the farming fields. Be amazed at the engineering ingenuity of the Incas which was so far ahead of their time and still partially a mystery today! Without having modern tools or even steel and iron to work with, the people who built this city were genius in organizing this community in a sustainable and beautiful way on the side of a mountain, even bringing water in canals through its streets for the people to use. When a Peruvian guide showed this site to Hiram Bingham, it was almost unrecognizable, covered in thick vegetation and in a state of disrepair. It has since been cleaned and restored and is now protected and treasured by the world at large!
After this tour, you are free to climb up to Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain (Be sure to book in advance to get tickets for these!). Each mountain takes approximately 3 hours to hike up and down. Another lower-impact option for which you do not need an extra ticket is to trek to the Sun Gate, the main entrance from the Inca Trail (this takes about 2 or 2.5 hours round-trip). Another option is walking to see the Incan Bridge. You will be able to stay and enjoy this magical city for more than 7 hours before hiking back down to Aguas Calientes for the train ride at 16:22 hrs (subject to availability) to Ollantaytambo. A private bus will pick up our group and drop you off at your hotel in Cusco at about 20:00 hrs. Rest your feet and your body now, but we can assure you your heart will still be soaring for weeks and years to come!
*Activity Overview: Touring Machu Picchu with optional hike
*Activity Level: Touring: easy, hike: strenuous
*Activity Length: 2-5 hours exploring and optional 2-3 hour strenuous hike; Machu Picchu is at 7,972’ elevation
What is Included?
*Pre-departure briefing: You will meet your guide and group in our office for an orientation before your trek. At this time, we will provide you with the duffle bags which will be carried by our horses ( 6 kg ). The meeting will be at 6:00 PM the evening before the trip begins.
*Transport: You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning and will travel by private transportation to Challacancha, the starting point of the trek.
*Experienced Guide: English speaking, professionally educated, and official tour guide. Your guide will explain the culture and surroundings along the entire route, including leading your group in ancient ceremonies! He or she will keep you safe, sound, and comfortable on your trek so that you can enjoy your time worry-free!
*Personal accommodation in private campsites: Like our ancestors, we are very considerate of the Pachamama (Mother Earth). Therefore, our campsites and lodges are adapted to the environment to avoid generating negative impacts.
- Night 1: Relax on your soft bed in our state-of-the-art Sky Camp under the watchful eye of Apu Salkantay on one side and Apu Humantay on the other. Spend as many hours as you would like star-gazing through your elegant glass ceiling!
- Night 2: Enjoy our camping huts, made of ichu (Peruvian feather grass) and wood to guarantee a pleasant rest with protection during cold nights in the mountains. 2 people will stay in each 4-person tent inside of each individual hut. We provide you with a thick camping mattress free of charge.
- Night 3: Hostel in Aguas Calientes
Day 19: Cusco Rafting
After breakfast, we’ll have our last adventure in Cusco and go rafting on the side river of the Urubamba. This tour takes a whole day. Hostal- hotel Cusco
Hotel / hostal
Day 20 : Lima + Flight Home
Transfer to the airport, flight back to Lima to connect with your international flight.
Optional you can stay 1 more night in Lima
Transfer in Lima
Local flight to Lima
Extra night in Lima
This program is only an example, we can make programs to all your needs !!!
Its also possible to extend with North Peru or relax some days at the beach.
1 flight included: 1 over the Nasca lines
This tour you can use as a base, you can add the 2 or 4 days Inca trail or extend this tour wit a visit to the jungle in Manu or Puerto Maldonado
People who like to do the very famous INCATRAIL , the 2 or 4 days (look at this website for the program ) have to make reservation for this ,together with the reservation of this tour .This Inca trail is so popular that it need more than 90 days reservation in advance !
Or go to water falls of iguazu
What do we need when you make a reservation?
*Full name as it is written in your passport.* Scanned copy of your passport.
*exact arrival date and flight nr.
*vegetarian or no.
*kind of room 2 beds or 1 big bed.
*we ask 40 % deposit when reserve the rest 4 weeks before departure. Banktransfer to our Peruvian bankaccount or Wetravel ( +4,5% )
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