PERU WITH EXTRA HORSEPOWER
Thanks to sights like Machu Picchu and The Sacred Valley, Peru is a country that tends to get hearts beating faster. However, this trip doesn’t leave anything to chance. The itinerary has been injected with adrenaline. So, as well as seeing some of Peru`s best sights, like Machu Picchu, you’ll get to experience pulse-racing activities like all terrain vehicle driving.
HighlightsLima, Cuzco, Machu Picchu
Trip StyleHistory & Culture, Adventure
IncludedAll BreakfastsHotel nights as per the itineraryTravel InsuranceTrain to/from Machu Picchu24/7 SupportEntrance feesAccredited Tour GuidesTours and Transfers
Not IncludedDomestic airfareTipsMeals not mentionedInternational airfare
Day 1: LIMA
Land in Lima and catch your private transfer to your hotel.
No meals included.
Day 2: CUZCO
Arrive in Cuzco. After checking in to your hotel you`ll take a city tour. Your guide will put sights like the UNESCO World Heritage Site centre in the spotlight, and take you to Santo Domingo Convent, as well as the ancient Incan ruins of Sacsayhuaman, Quenco, Tambomachay and Puca Pucara.
Day 3: CUZCO
Today you'll travel to Aguas Calientes, and onwards to Machu Picchu. This ancient Incan citadel is thought to have been the stomping ground of royalty. Your guide will show you the ritual baths, Palace of the Princess, and the Temple of the Sun, among other sights.
Day 4: CUZCO
Today you'll explore the Sacred Valley with the help of a little horsepower. Driving all-terrain-vehicles, you`ll rev your way to sights like the Church of Tiobamba; the Incan agricultural terraces of Moray; and the artisanal salt mines in Marinas, where salt is mined from the earth for beauty products and seasoning.
Day 5: LIMA
Arrival in Lima and private transfer to Lima center.
After travelling back to Lima via plane and private transfer, you'll take a tour of the city. You'll tick off sights like the main plaza, Presidential Palace, and the catacombs at the Convent of San Francisco. You'll also visit the tongue twisting pre-Hispanic pyramid temple of Huaca Huallamarca, which wouldn't look out of place in James Bond movie, as a baddy's lair.