We just got back from our trip to Peru, with tours coordinated with GOTOPERU. We toured Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu and the Amazon. All tours,... Nadia I / Fort Lauderdale
We have a wide variety of Peru tours for you to choose from. You'll find ancient citadels, coastal metropolises, enchanted lakes, bellowing canyons, top-notch hotels, and world-renowned gastronomy in Peru, so come and see for yourself. Visiting Machu Picchu and other world-famous ruins in addition to the Amazon Rainforest, Pacific Ocean, and Andes Mountains is possible in a single trip. For those who have always wanted to see some of the world's most fascinating places, this is the perfect opportunity to do just that!
When you arrive in Cusco, you will be met by our GOTOPERU representative and taken to your hotel. There will be a briefing and then you will have the rest of the morning to rest and acclimate. In the afternoon, you will have free time to explore Cusco, taking in the sights of the Inca capital city, as well as the indigenous and colonial heritages. At night, explore Cusco's nightlife and sample some of the city's cuisine at one of the city's many traditional Peruvian restaurants.
You'll need to get up early for your once-in-a-lifetime adventure! At 4 a.m., your guide will arrive at your Cusco hotel to pick you up. On the way to Ollantaytambo, relax or even sleep a little longer in our comfortable, private transportation. Your guide will give you your lunch to add to your daypack when you arrive at the train station. Your train leaves Ollantaytambo at 6:10 a.m., and you will have just over an hour to enjoy the scenery and eat breakfast (not included). Your hotel can provide you with a picnic breakfast to take with you, or you can pack your own breakfast.
Your guide will meet you at the famous Km104, where your hike will begin! (2,000 meters/6,560 feet above sea level) After crossing the Urubamba River on a beautiful footbridge, show your passport at the checkpoint and visit your first Inca site nearby. The first hour and a half is a gradual ascent with several shelters along the way to take a break from the sun or rain, depending on the season. You'll stop at several viewpoints along the way to get a good look at the Urubamba River. You will also travel through several microclimates, including a cloud forest, so be prepared for damp or even rain at any time of year. The next hour and a half of the hike is a slightly steeper uphill with a beautiful waterfall as your reward at the end!
Cross the bridge below the waterfall, take some photos, and you'll find yourself gazing up at the magnificent Wiay Wayna! (2,600 meters/8,500 feet above sea level) The history of these incredible Inca ruins is fascinating, and some parts are still hidden by dense jungle. You're hiking through lush subtropical jungle this close to Machu Picchu. Before the short 5 minute walk to your lunch spot, your guide will tell you all about the ruins as well as the incredible flora and fauna of this microclimate and answer any questions you may have.
Your lunch location is a covered shelter at the Wiay Wayna campground, the final campground for hikers on the four-day Inca Trail. There are outdoor handwashing stations and restrooms nearby. Enjoy your hearty, gourmet lunch while admiring the tropical flowers around the campground. When you book, please let us know if you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions.
After lunch, you'll walk mostly flat to the Sun Gate, where you'll get your first glimpse of Machu Picchu! Despite the fact that the hour-long walk is a gentle rolling up and down, it concludes with a set of steep stairs carved directly into the bedrock by the Inca. You'll know you've arrived at the Sun Gate when you reach the stairs! It's a breathtaking view of Machu Picchu, so take your time and snap some photos. The last 45 minutes down from the Sun Gate offer numerous opportunities to photograph Machu Picchu from this unique vantage point. There are a few more important Inca sites between the Sun Gate and Machu Picchu, so take your time, enjoy walking in the footsteps of the Incas on the Inca Trail, and ask your guide questions about these historical sites on the last leg of your hike to Machu Picchu.
You will have time to take more photos from the viewing platforms above Machu Picchu once you arrive. You'll arrive in the afternoon, when the archeological area begins to empty of tourists, giving you the chance to take beautiful photos in the afternoon light with fewer people in your shots. Enjoy this magical experience before taking the bus down to Aguas Calientes to check into your hotel. After a delicious dinner, you will have time to walk around this picturesque little town, visit the hot springs, or simply relax in your hotel after such an exciting day.
This is the moment you've been looking forward to! You'll board one of the first buses up to Machu Picchu after an early breakfast at your hotel so that you can see the sunrise. It's a very remarkable location that you won't want to miss! Your tour will last approximately two hours and will be led by your guide. The Temple of the Sun, Temple of the Condor, Temple of Three Windows, Sun Dial, Quarry, and the House of the Inca are all included in your tour of Machu Picchu. You'll also learn about the three sectors that Machu Picchu is separated into: agricultural, residential, and religious.
Those who have booked extra hikes up Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain in advance will have opportunity to enjoy the vistas on their own after your tour. You'll take the bus back down to Aguas Calientes for lunch once you've had your fill of the amazing vistas of Machu Picchu (not included). Depending on when your train leaves, you may have time to go shopping, sightseeing, or visit a museum or hot springs. At 14:55 or 15:20, your train will depart.
The train will return you to Ollantaytambo via the beautiful Urubamba River. The canyon is tight in Aguas Calientes, and the river has numerous excellent whitewater parts. If you gaze up high on the steep canyon wall, you can see Wiay Wayna from the train! Your driver will meet you at the railway station exit in Ollantaytambo and drive you back to your Cusco hotel in our private vehicle. You should arrive at your hotel around 19:00.
This program will take us to one of Cusco's newest natural attractions, "The Rainbow Mountain." We will pick you up from your Cusco hotel between 04:00 and 04:30 am, as the tour begins early in the morning. Two hours of car travel to the south will bring us to the Cusipata - Paucarpata district, where we will have breakfast. After breakfast, we will travel one hour by car to the checkpoint (Llaqto), where the hike will begin. The trek will last approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes, during which we will observe the landscape, flora, and fauna of the Andes, including llamas and alpacas. Upon reaching the viewpoint of Vinicunca or Montaa de Colores (5080 masl), our guide will provide a description of the mountain's topography, ecosystem, and color; we will also have the opportunity to take photographs and admire the beautiful scenery. Then, we will return along the same path to the starting point of the trek (Llaqto), where our transport will be waiting to return us to Cusipata; here, we will enjoy a buffet lunch. After lunch, we will return to Cusco, where we will arrive between 4 and 5 in the afternoon. The final stop will be close to Cusco's Plaza de Armas.
This full-day trip to Lake Titicaca begins with a pickup at your Puno hotel. You'll be accompanied by an English-speaking guide as you visit the islands of Uros and Taquille on the lake.
Tortora reeds are used to make all of the structures on the islands of Uros. In pre-Inca times, it was inhabited by a small group of people. You should spend some time with the locals before moving on to Taquile, which has a more Aymara-influenced culture.
A traditional lunch will be served on the island before a visit to a weavers' cooperative, where you can see for yourself the craftsmanship of the islanders.
Return to your hotel in Puno after a fascinating tour of the islands' traditions.
A GOTOPERU representative will pick you up from your accommodation in Central Lima, Miraflores, San Isidro, or Barranco in the early morning and transfer you to the Lima bus station for your bus ride to Ica.
A staff member will pick you up at the Ica bus station at 07:30 and transport you to the port where the Ballestas Islands boat excursion will depart.
Ballestas Islands excursion at 08:00
10:00 a.m.: unrestricted time on Paracas Boulevard
Transfer from Paracas to Ica at 11 a.m.
12:30 pm: Arrival at the Huacachina Oasis, followed by lunch at leisure with a view of the oasis.
16:00 pm: Dune buggy trip and sandboarding in the sand dunes of Huacachina
Transportation to the Ica bus station at 18:30 Ica – Lima return bus ride
When you arrive at the Lima bus terminal, a GOTOPERU staff member will pick you up and transport you to your hotel.
Breakfast served in your hotel
Take pleasure in Lima's exquisite gourmet restaurants, historic sites, and museums.
Beginning in the districts of Miraflores and San Isidro and passing by a "huaca" or sacred pre-Incan site en route to the Historic Center, you will explore the modern and colonial parts of Lima, also known as "The City of Kings." There, you will walk along some of the city's most historically significant streets, leading to the Plaza de Armas, where you will have time to photograph the magnificent colonial architecture surrounding it. You will also have the opportunity to explore an iconic structure that has served Lima's residents for centuries and remains an important landmark. Then you will visit the remarkable Convent of Santo Domingo, a remarkable colonial structure.
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