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The authentic sites of South America’s most-popular country, Peru, come to life before your eyes on our The best of Peru. The highlight of your Picture Perfect Peru Tour will be, of course, the Seventh Wonder of the World, Machu Picchu. Also, on your Peru Vacation Packages you will sample the delights of the capital, Lima. You will walk on the cobblestone streets of Cusco and view the incredible landscapes of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. When you travel to Machu Picchu follow the spectacular Route of the Sun to the sapphire jewel, the spectacular Lake Titicaca. Picture Perfect Peru Tour will show you all around our land full of hidden treasures, you will take excursions to the most wonderful places in the Peruvian Andes Mountains, and explore Lima, Lake Titicaca, Cusco, the Sacred Valley of the Incas & Machu Picchu. Fulfil the dream that you have had since you were a kid on our Picture Perfect Peru Tour when you explore South America’s best destinations, including Cusco, the oldest continuously inhabited city on the continent. If Lima is the center of modern Peru, Cusco is its cultural heart. Peru’s magical Inca civilization called Cusco the most sacred place in all of their Empire.

Day 1 Welcome to Lima

When you arrive in Lima, the City of Kings, our team will be on hand to cordially welcome you at the airport. They will drive you in our private van to your hotel in the very exclusive district of Miraflores.

Day 2 Lima The City of Kings (Breakfast)

The first stop on our Lima city tour is Huaca Pucllana, a huge archaeological site in Miraflores, one of Lima’s most popular districts. Huaca Pucllana was an important ceremonial and administrative center of the Lima culture, which developed along this part of the Peruvian coast between 200 AD and 700 AD. This sacred place was built from seven staggered platforms surrounded by a plaza and large walls. It’s a very impressive site, and certainly not what you expect to find in lively Miraflores!

After exploring Huaca Pucllana with your bilingual guide, we’ll drive to the historic center of Lima, all of which is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site. We’ll go to the beautiful Plaza de Armas (Lima’s main square) which is surrounded by impressive colonial and Republican-era buildings, many of which have ornate wooden balconies. Some of Peru’s most important buildings surround the square, including the Government Palace, Cathedral of Lima, Archbishop's Palace of Lima, the Municipal Palace and the Palace of the Union.

We’ll visit the Cathedral of Lima, which was completed in 1649. It’s a huge structure, with a large central nave and 14 side chapels. Inside, we’ll see the sculptures and paintings that decorate the interior. The cathedral is also home to the tomb of the conquistador Francisco Pizarro.

Next we’ll walk one block to the Convent of Santo Domingo. Founded in the 1530s and completed in 1766, it is one of the most important religious buildings in Peru, and its large bell tower is a landmark in the historic center of Lima. As we walk around the interior of the convent, we’ll see the beautiful Sevillian azulejos (ceramic tiles) that decorate the walls, dating from 1604 and 1606. There is also a series of paintings that present passages of the life of Saint Dominic, the founder of the Dominican order, which date to around 1608.

This is the last stop on our Lima city tour, but if you want to know more about this fascinating and historic city, you can join us on one of our Lima city tour extensions.

Optional: Lunch at Café La Plaza Restaurant – cost per person USD $22

Lima City Tour Extensions

Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology – Cost per person USD $29

The National Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is the oldest public museum in Peru. Founded in 1826 and housed in an old colonial mansion, the museum holds a vast collection of artifacts, including ceramics, textiles, metals, stonework and organic materials from the various eras and civilizations of Peru. Exhibits range from the earliest cultures that developed in Peru, and progress through to the Incas, the colonial period and the Republican age. There are more than 100,000 artifacts in total, ranging from elongated skulls from Paracas to Moche ceramics and Inca jewelry. Two of the most important artefacts are the Raimondi Stele and the Tello Obelisk from Chavín de Huantar. The museum also has wonderful scale models of archaeological sites in Peru, including one of Machu Picchu.

 

Casa Aliaga – Cost per person USD $29

The Casa Aliaga is the oldest colonial mansion in Lima and one of the oldest in South America. The Aliaga family has lived in the mansion ever since Francisco Pizarro granted the land to Jerónimo de Aliaga in 1535. Not many homes in the world have been occupied by the same family for such a long time. Over the centuries, the generations of the Aliaga family have made their mark on the interior, creating an amazing collection of historic artifacts, furniture, art and other decorations. The interior patio is also a wonderful sight, and an impressive wooden staircase leads up to the elegant salons with their fine colonial and Republican-era furniture. There are few places in the Americas that present the passage of history in such an authentic and lived-in way, making the Casa Aliaga a fascinating place to visit during your time in Lima.

 

Pachacamac – Cost per person USD $55

The huge archaeological site of Pachacamac is located about 40 kilometers (25 miles) southeast of Lima. The site began to develop around 200 AD and flourished for about 1,300 years until the Spanish conquistadors invaded Peru. It became one of the most important sites in ancient Peru, and archaeological evidence shows that it was visited by members of various civilizations from across Peru. When the Inca Empire invaded the region, it took control of Pachacamac. However, the Incas respected the site’s religious importance and continued to maintain it as a sacred site, even allowing the Pachacamac priests to continue with their work, independent of the Inca priesthood. The Incas expanded the site, building five additional buildings including the Temple of the Sun on the main square, the Old Temple, the Painted Temple and the Acllahausi. The Acllahausi, where Inca women prepared for their ritual sun worship, is the only one of its kind left in Peru. During our tour of this fascinating site, we’ll walk to all of the main structures and features. And from the highest point of the complex, we’ll have wonderful views along the coast.

 

At 16h30 - Walking Tour for Barranco and Tasting Pisco Sour & Dinner – Cost per person USD $90

You’ll start off on foot and visit such highlights as the Barranco boardwalk and the famous “Puente de los Suspiros”, which has been a meeting point for young lovers for decades and has inspired many famous Peruvian poets and singers. You will visit the renowned MATE museum home to the collections of Peruvian photographer Mario Testino, in addition to the Pedro de Osma art museum, and visit the picturesque main plaza in Barranco.

Upon completion of your walking tour in Barranco, ready for a culinary highlight while in Lima? Find out all about the history of Pisco during this Pisco tasting and enjoy Peru's most famous drink, the Pisco Sour, prepared by the expert Ricardo Carpio. You will taste three types of Pisco: Pure Pisco, blend Pisco and green must Pisco. Enjoy this Pisco tasting and discover the different kinds of Pisco that made this drink so famous. Afterwards dinner.

Day 3 Lima to Cusco / Cusco City Tour (Breakfast)

After breakfast, a representative of Valencia Travel Cusco will pick you up from the hotel (time to be confirmed) and take you to the airport where you will take your flight to Cusco. Once you arrive in Cusco, a member of Valencia travel's team will be waiting at the airport to pick you up in our private transport and take you to your hotel.

Optional: Lunch at the Incanto Restaurant – Cost per person USD $25

In the afternoon, when we’ll first head to the wonderful Koricancha, next door to Santo Domingo Church. According to the chroniclers who wrote during the period directly after the Spanish Conquest, the Koricancha was the most sacred and most important temple in the Inca Empire. Its walls were covered with gold, and life-size statues of plants and animals – all made of pure gold and silver – decorated its rooms and hallways. Sadly, this wealth was stripped out by the Spanish conquistadors. It remains a magnificent temple, however, and your guide will take you around the Koricancha, showing you details that you almost certainly miss if you visited without a guide.

After visiting the Koricancha, we’ll head to Cusco Cathedral, located on the Plaza de Armas. Built between 1560 and 1654 on top of the foundations of an existing Inca temple, this spectacular cathedral houses many works of art by the Cusco School of painters, and its main altar and pulpit are covered in gold and silver relief work. Look carefully and you’ll also see elements of indigenous religious symbolism incorporated into the church by the native people who worked on its construction, such as the carved head of a jaguar on the doors.

Our next stop is the imposing Inca fortress of Sacsayhuaman, which sits on a hill above Cusco. Here you will see some of the finest examples of Inca stonework and construction, including massive rocks that were carefully cut and perfectly fitted together to form the walls. From here you’ll also have beautiful panoramic views of Cusco.

After exploring Sacsayhuaman we’ll head up the hill to the Tambomachay Archeological Complex. The exact purpose of this site is unknown, but it may have functioned, at least in part, as an Inca spa. Inca hydro-engineering is apparent here, with a series of aqueducts, canals and waterfalls running through the terraced rocks.

Tambomachay is the last attraction on our city tour, after which we’ll head back down into Cusco and drop you off at your hotel.

Optional Service: Folklore Show and Dinner – Cost per person USD $35

Head to the Tunupa restaurant, located just the central Plaza de Armas of Cusco (3 minutes walking from Hotel), and get ready for a fabulous buffet dinner. There is a large selection of typical dishes, meat, fish, vegetables, and desserts they are amazing and delicious dishes. The night is more enjoyable when the traditional dance show begins and you can get involved with folk, traditional, classical music, and sweeten your ears with the Andean instruments: Quena, charango, flute, zampoña. If you wish, you can also share the dance floor with the dancers and get a great experience.

Day 4 Cusco Open Day (Breakfast)

After breakfast, enjoy a free day to explore Cusco at your ease. The capital city of the Inca Empire is now the undisputed archaeological capital of the Americas, as well as the continent’s oldest continuously inhabited city.

Optional Tour:

The Sacred Valley (USD $39/Person)

This is a full day excursion to the Urubamba Valley visiting the colourful Indian market in Pisac, where you will be able to appreciate the mixture of colour and tradition. Here you will have the opportunity to test your bartering skills, interact with the local craftsmen and purchase hand-made souvenirs. After Pisac travel to Urubamba, and continue on to Ollantaytambo, the oldest continuously occupied town on the American continent. The narrow streets of Ollantaytambo, along with their canals, have not changed much from the time of the Inca Empire. The last visit will be the Chinchero market. Chinchero is believed to be the mythical birthplace of the rainbow. Its major claim to tourism is its colourful Sunday market, which is much less tourist-orientated than the market at Pisac. At the end of the tour, return to the Plaza de Armas in Cusco.

Rainbow Mountain (USD $99/Person)

We will Pick you up from your hotel around 05h30 – 06h00. We´ll head to the community of CUSIPATA, we’ll get there in about 2 hours. Then we continue some 30 minutes more, to the Town of CHILLIHUANIl, where we will pass through picturesque places like TINTINKO and RIO TIGRE and the Mountain of Surina in LLACTO, where you will also could enjoy the flora and fauna in its natural habitat. (Llamas, Alpacas, Vicunas, etc.). 20 minutes later we will reach the starting point of our walk to the Rainbow Mountain. This walk will last about 1 hour and a half, We’ll enjoy panoramic views such as the Red Valley and Nevado Ausangate and small lagoons just before arrive to the spot where we can watch the whole colourful mountain. Our guide will explain you the science behind the colors and we`ll have some hot tea and something to eat. Then we will begin to descend to our starting point. Our vehicle will be waiting for us there to return to your hotel in Cusco, arriving around 18h00.

Maras Moray (USD $35/Person)

We will pick you up from your hotel around 08h00 to take you to Moray “The Inca agricultural greenhouse or laboratory.” We will drive for about 1 hour and 20 minutes through the snow-capped peaks of the Andes, through lush yellow fields of wheat, past some villages.  Finally, you will arrive at the fascinating display of terraces in Moray. Moray boasts three amphitheater-like terraces made by the Incas. These terraces, which are carved deep into the earth in a bowl shape, were thought to be used to determine the optimal conditions for growing crops. When we finish exploring Moray, we will continue and visit the salt mines of Maras, which is about 2 miles away.  This village is known as a former salt-producing center that is thought to date back to pre-Inca times. There are over 3000 salt pools all carved into the mountainside; the highly salty water emerges at a spring, a natural outlet of the underground stream. The flow is directed into an intricate system of tiny channels constructed so that the water runs gradually down onto the several hundred ancient terraced ponds. The water, which is exposed to the sun, leaves salt on the land. After this fantastic visit, we will drive back to Cusco.

Day 5 Cusco – Machu Picchu (Breakfast)

Our tour begins in Cusco, where we’ll pick you up at 09h00 and then head to the train station to board the train to Aguas Calientes (also known as Machu Picchu Pueblo). The train leaves at approximately 11h30, although the exact schedule does change sometimes. The two-hour train journey is a memorable experience in itself, as we pass through river canyons and rolling hills.

Aguas Calientes is the gateway to Machu Picchu, sitting in a deep gorge at the foot of the mountain upon which Machu Picchu is located. It’s a pretty town that mixes traditional life with a huge tourism infrastructure, with plenty of markets, souvenir shops, hotels and restaurants. It’s also largely pedestrianized, making it a fun place to explore on foot. Aguas Calientes is surrounded by jungle-covered mountains and cliffs, and the Urubamba River flows right next to the town, sometimes roaring through the canyon.

Aguas Calientes is also surrounded by thermal hot springs, and when we arrive you’ll have plenty of time to relax and enjoy a dip in one of the steaming natural springs. You’ll also have time to walk around the town, exploring the colorful markets and general buzz of this unique Peruvian settlement.

It’s an early start the next day, so we’ll make sure you’re settled in to your hotel and all set for the following day and your first glimpse of Machu Picchu.

Optional:  Lunch Chullpi Restaurant – Cost per person USD $20

Optional:  Dinner at the hotel – Cost per person USD $25

Day 6 Aguas Calientes – Cusco

Wake up early for breakfast before our guide will pick you up from your hotel at 5:40am to begin the short bus journey to the gates of Machu Picchu where you will watch the sunrise. After entering the Citadel begin a guided walking tour (approximately two hours) of the citadel complex. After this experience, enjoy some free time to explore the mysterious city as you please.

Optional Service:  Wayna Picchu – Cost per person USD $35

There is time for those whit enough energy to climb Wayna (Huayna) Picchu (at your own expense). For many people climbing Huayna Picchu is one of the highlights when visiting Machu Picchu. Wayna Picchu is the mountain behind Machu Picchu. The climb itself is interesting as you will see how the Inca did cut out some steps out of the rocks and as you wind around the side of a mountain will see Machu Picchu from different angles.

Optional Lunch Belmond Sanctuary Lodge – Cost per person $32

Day 7 Cusco to Puno (Breakfast, Lunch)

After breakfast, you'll be picked up from your hotel at 06h30 and dropped off at the bus station to take a bus trip, more like a tour - a guide will be on board, and you'll stop at four exciting sites:

(1) Andahuaylillas: The Sistine Chapel of South America. This church is one of the most beautiful examples of Andean popular religious art.

(2) Raqchi (Wiracocha God Temple): This was an Inca church of considerable dimensions; 328 feet long, 85 feet wide and 45 feet high. The temple is divided into two naves, and each nave has 11 large columns.

(3) La Raya: This is the half-way point between Cusco and Puno and also the highest point (14,222 feet above sea level). The landscapes here are stunning and typical Andean animals like the llama, alpaca and vicuña are familiar sights. It is also the geographic border between two cultures - Quechua and Aymara.

(4) Pukara: This is the most important and oldest ceremonial center of the altiplano. There are new lite-sculptures and tombs.

Arrival time to Puno will be around 5 pm.

Day 8 Uros floating, Taquile islands (Breakfast, Lunch)

After breakfast, you will go out boat riding on Lake Titicaca. Pick up time at your hotel will be around 07h00. You will go over to the port, board our motor launch, and ride south to the Island of Uros. At Uros the Peruvians who live here maintain their ancient customs and way of life by weaving together totora reeds which grow in the shallows of the Lake. These reeds are used to construct their floating islands and their houses. Afterwards we will sail towards "Taquile Island". At Taquile, you will enjoy a 2-and-a-half-hour tour of the island which has been ranked the fourth most beautiful island in the world. In the community you will eat a wonderful Andean style buffet lunch.

Here you will visit the isolated weavers of this ancient community. According to pre-Columbian legend, the Incas actually learned how to weave from the artisans of this island. They are very, very skilled weavers. Taquile has been declared to be part of the Cultural Heritage of the Humanity by UNESCO.

Later in the afternoon, you will then have free time to explore the Island on your own, and afterwards return to Puno.

Day 9 Puno to Lima (Breakfast)

After Breakfast, transfer Hotel to Juliaca Airport for your flight at home via Lima. On arrival at Lima airport a transfer will be arranged to the hotel where the rest of the evening is at leisure.

Day 10: Transfer to Lima Airport  (Breakfast)

This morning you will be picked up from the hotel and transferred to the airport.

Puno Jose Antonio Hotel Puno

Carr Puno Desaguadero Km 6.5, Puno 21000, Peru

+51 51 640000

Machu Picchu Hatun Inti Boutique

Av. Imperio de Los Incas s/n, Machu Picchu, Cusco

+51 84 234312

Cusco Costa del Sol Ramada

Sta Teresa 344, Cusco 08002, Peru

+51 84 221269

Lima Jose Antonio Hotel

Av 28 de Julio 398, Lima 15074, Peru

+51 1 4457743

Lima City Tour Extension: Walking Tour for Barranco and Tasting Pisco Sour & Dinner (USD $90/person)

You’ll start off on foot and visit such highlights as the Barranco boardwalk and the famous “Puente de los Suspiros”, which has been a meeting point for young lovers for decades and has inspired many famous Peruvian poets and singers. You will visit the renowned MATE museum home to the collections of Peruvian photographer Mario Testino, in addition to the Pedro de Osma art museum, and visit the picturesque main plaza in Barranco.

Upon completion of your walking tour in Barranco, ready for a culinary highlight while in Lima? Find out all about the history of Pisco during this Pisco tasting and enjoy Peru’s most famous drink, the Pisco Sour, prepared by the expert Ricardo Carpio. You will taste three types of Pisco: Pure Pisco, blend Pisco and green must Pisco. Enjoy this Pisco tasting and discover the different kinds of Pisco that made this drink so famous. Afterwards dinner.

 

Lima City Tour Extension: Pachacamac (USD $55/person)

The huge archaeological site of Pachacamac is located about 40 kilometers (25 miles) southeast of Lima. The site began to develop around 200 AD and flourished for about 1,300 years until the Spanish conquistadors invaded Peru. It became one of the most important sites in ancient Peru, and archaeological evidence shows that it was visited by members of various civilizations from across Peru. When the Inca Empire invaded the region, it took control of Pachacamac. However, the Incas respected the site’s religious importance and continued to maintain it as a sacred site, even allowing the Pachacamac priests to continue with their work, independent of the Inca priesthood. The Incas expanded the site, building five additional buildings including the Temple of the Sun on the main square, the Old Temple, the Painted Temple and the Acllahausi. The Acllahausi, where Inca women prepared for their ritual sun worship, is the only one of its kind left in Peru. During our tour of this fascinating site, we’ll walk to all of the main structures and features. And from the highest point of the complex, we’ll have wonderful views along the coast.

 

Lima City Tour Extension: Casa Aliaga (USD $29/person)

The Casa Aliaga is the oldest colonial mansion in Lima and one of the oldest in South America. The Aliaga family has lived in the mansion ever since Francisco Pizarro granted the land to Jerónimo de Aliaga in 1535. Not many homes in the world have been occupied by the same family for such a long time. Over the centuries, the generations of the Aliaga family have made their mark on the interior, creating an amazing collection of historic artifacts, furniture, art and other decorations. The interior patio is also a wonderful sight, and an impressive wooden staircase leads up to the elegant salons with their fine colonial and Republican-era furniture. There are few places in the Americas that present the passage of history in such an authentic and lived-in way, making the Casa Aliaga a fascinating place to visit during your time in Lima.

 

Lima City Tour Extension: Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (USD $29/person)

The National Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is the oldest public museum in Peru. Founded in 1826 and housed in an old colonial mansion, the museum holds a vast collection of artifacts, including ceramics, textiles, metals, stonework and organic materials from the various eras and civilizations of Peru. Exhibits range from the earliest cultures that developed in Peru, and progress through to the Incas, the colonial period and the Republican age. There are more than 100,000 artifacts in total, ranging from elongated skulls from Paracas to Moche ceramics and Inca jewelry. Two of the most important artefacts are the Raimondi Stele and the Tello Obelisk from Chavín de Huantar. The museum also has wonderful scale models of archaeological sites in Peru, including one of Machu Picchu.

 

Wayna Picchu (USD $30/person)

There is time for those whit enough energy to climb Wayna (Huayna) Picchu (at your own expense). For many people climbing Huayna Picchu is one of the highlights when visiting Machu Picchu. Wayna Picchu is the mountain behind Machu Picchu. The climb itself is interesting as you will see how the Inca did cut out some steps out of the rocks and as you wind around the side of a mountain will see Machu Picchu from different angles.

 

Folklore Show and Dinner (USD $35/person)

Head to the Tunupa restaurant, located just the central Plaza de Armas of Cusco (3 minutes walking from Hotel), and get ready for a fabulous buffet dinner. There is a large selection of typical dishes, meat, fish, vegetables, and desserts they are amazing and delicious dishes. The night is more enjoyable when the traditional dance show begins and you can get involved with folk, traditional, classical music, and sweeten your ears with the Andean instruments: Quena, charango, flute, zampoña. If you wish, you can also share the dance floor with the dancers and get a great experience.

 

Maras Moray (USD $35/Person)

We will pick you up from your hotel around 08h00 to take you to Moray “The Inca agricultural greenhouse or laboratory.” We will drive for about 1 hour and 20 minutes through the snow-capped peaks of the Andes, through lush yellow fields of wheat, past some villages.  Finally, you will arrive at the fascinating display of terraces in Moray. Moray boasts three amphitheater-like terraces made by the Incas. These terraces, which are carved deep into the earth in a bowl shape, were thought to be used to determine the optimal conditions for growing crops. When we finish exploring Moray, we will continue and visit the salt mines of Maras, which is about 2 miles away.  This village is known as a former salt-producing center that is thought to date back to pre-Inca times. There are over 3000 salt pools all carved into the mountainside; the highly salty water emerges at a spring, a natural outlet of the underground stream. The flow is directed into an intricate system of tiny channels constructed so that the water runs gradually down onto the several hundred ancient terraced ponds. The water, which is exposed to the sun, leaves salt on the land. After this fantastic visit, we will drive back to Cusco.

 

Rainbow Mountain (USD $99/Person)

We will Pick you up from your hotel around 05h30 – 06h00. We´ll head to the community of CUSIPATA, we’ll get there in about 2 hours. Then we continue some 30 minutes more, to the Town of CHILLIHUANIl, where we will pass through picturesque places like TINTINKO and RIO TIGRE and the Mountain of Surina in LLACTO, where you will also could enjoy the flora and fauna in its natural habitat. (Llamas, Alpacas, Vicunas, etc.). 20 minutes later we will reach the starting point of our walk to the Rainbow Mountain. This walk will last about 1 hour and a half, We’ll enjoy panoramic views such as the Red Valley and Nevado Ausangate and small lagoons just before arrive to the spot where we can watch the whole colourful mountain. Our guide will explain you the science behind the colors and we`ll have some hot tea and something to eat. Then we will begin to descend to our starting point. Our vehicle will be waiting for us there to return to your hotel in Cusco, arriving around 18h00.

 

The Sacred Valley (USD $39/Person)

This is a full day excursion to the Urubamba Valley visiting the colourful Indian market in Pisac, where you will be able to appreciate the mixture of colour and tradition. Here you will have the opportunity to test your bartering skills, interact with the local craftsmen and purchase hand-made souvenirs. After Pisac travel to Urubamba, and continue on to Ollantaytambo, the oldest continuously occupied town on the American continent. The narrow streets of Ollantaytambo, along with their canals, have not changed much from the time of the Inca Empire. The last visit will be the Chinchero market. Chinchero is believed to be the mythical birthplace of the rainbow. Its major claim to tourism is its colourful Sunday market, which is much less tourist-orientated than the market at Pisac. At the end of the tour, return to the Plaza de Armas in Cusco.

 

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