TOUR DESCRIPTION


AVAILABILITY: Every day.
TOUR DURATION: 10days / 09 nights.
DEPARTURE: The whole year.
GROUPS: 2 paxs at least and 12 paxs maximum (customized service).

Day 1:
Arrival in Lima, reception and transfer by executive car to the deluxe five star Miraflores Park Plaza Hotel . Opportunity for a massage before dinner.
Miraflores Park Plaza Hotel 

Day 2:
After breakfast, a city tour of Lima including a guided visit to the cathedral, the main square and the San Francisco Catacombs. Lunch at the International Rosa Nautica. Visit to a museum of your choice. Return to the hotel. Dinner at Astrid and Gaston.

Day 3:
Transfer to the airport for the flight to Cuzco, the ancient Inca capital. After the one hour flight, reception and transfer to the wonderful five star Monasterio Hotel; ancient residence of the viceroy of Spain. After lunch, a guided tour of Cuzco including the cathedral, Qoricancha temple, the Inca fortress of Sacsayhuaman overlooking Cuzco, Qenko and Puka Pukara. Return to the hotel. Dinner in the evening followed by a folkloric show.
Monasterio Hotel   

Day 4:
Full-day excursion to Urubamba, the sacred valley of the Incas and to the ancient Inca market town of Pisac. Lunch in Urubamba. A visit will be made to Ollantaytambo, the only Inca town that was not defeated by the Spanish. A chance to explore the ruins before returning to Cuzco and the traditional market town of Chinchero. Return to your hotel. 

Day 5:
Transfer to Poroy, a short distance from Cuzco for the luxurious Hiram Bingham train to Aguas Calientes. Full day's guided tour of Machu Picchu, the most spectacular ancient city in the world. Lunch, dinner and accommodation at Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge.
Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge  

Day 6:
Opportunity to enjoy a wonderful sunrise over Machu Picchu and some personal time for private reflection. Lunch at the Sanctuary lodge. Return to Cuzco in the evening aboard the luxury Hiram Bingham train. Cocktails followed by dinner aboard the train. Reception and transfer to Monasterio Hotel.
Monasterio Hotel   

Day 7:
Transfer to the railway station for the wonderful trans-altiplano Inca express. Lunch onboard the "Andean Explorer" of Peru. (Alternatively, you may fly to Juliaca and then transfer to Puno). Reception and transfer to the 5 star Libertadores Hotel, situated on the very shore of Lake Titicaca.
Libertadores Hotel   

Day 8:
After breakfast, a private tour by boat to the island's of Uros and Taquile on Lake Titicaca. A tour of the reed islands of Uros before continuing to Taquile, where members of this self-supporting island will welcome you and offer a glimpse into their ancient traditions and customs. Lunch on the island and an opportunity for some spectacular views over the haunting beauty of Lake Titicaca. Return to Puno and your hotel. Dinner with a beautiful view over the Lake.

Day 9:
Early wake up to enjoy a spectacular sunrise before heading towards Juliaca, and an excursion to the Silluastani towers. These ancient funereal towers dating back to pre-inca times are examples of the most ancient cultures found on the altiplano. After lunch, transfer to Juliaca airport for the return flight back to Lima. After the two and a half hour flight, reception and transfer to the Miraflores Park Plaza Hotel . Time for relaxing in the health spa before a delicious dinner at an internationally renowned restaurant.
Miraflores Park Plaza Hotel   |  Meals: L, D

Day 10:
Leisurely day with plenty of opportunity for shopping before your transfer to the airport and your return flight home.
End of our services. 


Our Price Includes:
The price includes all tours in private with private transportation and an English-speaking professional guide, accommodation in 5* luxury hotels, domestic flights 

price does not include:
The international airfare to Peru is not included. 


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