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Peru: Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca

Oct 21, 2023 - Oct 30, 2023


10-Day Peru: Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca

October 21 - 30, 2023 • Roundtrip Lima • 15 Meals

From the sacred citadel of Machu Picchu to the floating islands of Lake Titicaca, the magical wonders of Peru are waiting behind every corner. Take in Lima and see the historical side of the “City of Kings.” Explore Andean art forms and the local way of life during your stay in the Sacred Valley. Delight in a home-hosted farm-to-table lunch at a local Quechua community. At Machu Picchu, spend a night at the base of the “Lost City of the Incas” and enjoy a culinary demonstration. Explore Cuzco, a city that blends Inca and Spanish colonial influences. Discover the birthplace of the Incan Empire in Puno and Lake Titicaca. Meet the indigenous Uros people of the floating islands on Lake Titicaca. Step into the past as you explore mysterious ancient sites and immerse yourself in the culture as you taste the country’s renowned cuisine.


Lima • Sacred Valley of the Incas • Local Andean Cultures • Ollantaytambo Ruins • Home-Hosted Lunches • Machu Picchu • Cuzco • Choice on Tour • Lake Titicaca • Uros Floating Islands.



Price quoted is per person, based on double occupancy, and includes all applicable savings, international & domestic airfare, hotels, transportation, hometown transfers (within 100kms) all taxes and fees. Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change. To reserve your spot, a deposit of $698 per person is due at time of booking. Reservations are made on a first come, first served basis. Reservations made after the deposit due date of March 20, 2023, are based upon availability at $5399 pp. Final payment due by August 15, 2023. Travel insurance is highly recommended: +$499 per person. A Passport is required and must be valid at least 6 months past the travel return date. BCCP # 54000


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Peru: Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca
Day by Day Itinerary

Pre Night: Doubletree El Pardo or similar
The Doubletree El Pardo hotel is located close to the city's financial and commercial centers and in the heart of Miraflores, the most cosmopolitan district of Lima.

Day 1: Lima, Peru - Tour Begins
Welcome to Peru, one of the treasures of South America. Travel through this intriguing land visiting some of the world’s most legendary sites, including Machu Picchu, the "Lost City of the Incas." Arrive late this evening in Lima, the "City of Kings."
Hotel: Doubletree El Pardo or similar

Day 2: Lima
Discover Lima’s fascinating history during a colonial tour through the historic city center, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Admire the artwork at San Francisco Monastery and enter the catacombs. View the elegant Cathedral at Plaza de Armas and visit the Casa de Aliaga – former house of the conquistador Jeronimo de Aliaga y Ramirez – where the energy of colonial and republican Lima comes to life. Get to know your fellow travelers at a welcome dinner featuring artfully crafted Peruvian dishes.
Hotel: Doubletree El Pardo or similar • Breakfast & Dinner

Day 3: Lima - Cuzco - Sacred Valley of the Incas
Fly to Cuzco, in the heart of the Inca civilization. Journey through the Andes to the majestic Sacred Valley of the Incas, the agricultural center of their grand empire. While en route to your hotel, explore different towns in the valley, each a representation of the region’s unique culture. After a short lesson on the local language, stop in Pisac village to browse the colorful handicraft market. Settle into your hotel nestled in the heart of the Sacred Valley.
Hotel: Casa Andina Premium Sacred Valley or similar • Breakfast

Day 4: Sacred Valley of the Incas-Ollantaytambo-Sacred Valley of the Incas
This morning, visit the spectacular Ollantaytambo ruins, the only Incan settlement that has been continually inhabited since its inception. A uniquely terraced complex topped with carved stone panels, these ruins reflect ancient Incan architecture and heritage. Then, head to the Pablo Seminario Ceramic Studio where you’ll get first-hand knowledge of this internationally renowned artist's techniques and designs, inspired by ancient Peruvian cultures. Experience the lifestyle of the modern Andean people and delve into their culture when you travel to a nearby Quechua community and interact with the locals. You’ll get a true taste of their daily life when participating in small group workshops that teach you traditional methods of growing, harvesting and weaving. Celebrate their culture as you learn their dances and listen to their musical instruments before enjoying a home-hosted farm-to-table lunch featuring local specialties.
Hotel: Casa Andina Premium Sacred Valley or similar • Breakfast & Lunch

Day 5: Sacred Valley of the Incas - Machu Picchu
Climb aboard your train to Machu Picchu for breathtaking views through panoramic windows as you ride through the Andes to the “Lost City of the Incas.” Hidden by mountains and semi-tropical jungle, Machu Picchu is considered the most spectacular sight in South America. Spend the afternoon with your guide uncovering the mysteries of these majestic ruins. Tonight, stay at the base of Machu Picchu for a chance to further soak up its atmosphere. Enjoy an exclusive culinary demonstration and learn how to craft the perfect ceviche and pisco sour before your dinner featuring a Peruvian menu.
Hotel: Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel or similar • Breakfast & Dinner

Day 6: Machu Picchu - Cuzco
This morning, take advantage of free time and explore the local markets in Aguas Calientes on your own, or you may choose to visit Machu Picchu at sunrise. Return to the Sacred Valley by train. Upon arriving in Cuzco, take time to explore the captivating city at your leisure.
Hotel: Hilton Garden Inn Cusco or similar • Breakfast

Day 7: Cuzco
Start your morning with a local guide on a tour of Cuzco, visiting the San Pedro Market, the Koricancha temple, the central Plaza de Armas, and the Cuzco Cathedral. Later, it’s your choice! Travel above the city to discover the important sacred Incan ruins of Sacsayhuaman Fortress -OR- embark on a walking tour of San Blas, the traditional old quarter of Cuzco, lined with restaurants and artisan shops. The rest of the afternoon is yours. This evening, dine at your leisure at a local restaurant featuring the local flavors of Cuzco.
Hotel: Hilton Garden Inn Cusco or similar • Breakfast & Dinner

Day 8: Cuzco - Puno
This morning, fly to Puno, hugging the shores of Lake Titicaca. Known as the birthplace of the Inca Empire, ancient legends say that life began here. Have time to meet the locals and discover the history of this region as you explore the village center before checking into your lakeside hotel. Tonight, enjoy an evening at leisure.
Hotel: Ghl Lago Titicaca or similar • Breakfast

Day 9: Puno-Uros Floating Islands-Lake Titicaca-Chullpas de Sillustan-Puno
The Titicaca area, steeped in tradition and folklore, is the center of Incan legends. Enjoy a morning cruise to the floating islands of the Uros people of Lake Titicaca; experience walking on the island’s spongy surface made from compacted beds of tortora reeds and meet the locals, learning about their history and lifestyle. Later, cruise to a local rustic village for a home-hosted meal and swap stories with Peruvian families before visiting the mystical Chullpas de Sillustani – an archaeological area boasting 13th-century funerary monuments.
Hotel: Ghl Lago Titicaca or similar • Breakfast & Lunch

Day 10: Puno - Lima
Spend the morning relaxing on the shores of Lake Titicaca before flying to Lima. Upon arrival, head to the Larco Museum, a former mansion built on the site of a pre-Columbian temple. The museum offers a collection of over 3,000 years of ceramic, textile, and precious metal artifacts. After this incredible trip through history, your tour concludes with a farewell dinner on the grounds of the museum.
Breakfast & Dinner


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