Spend a day exploring the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu during this all-inclusive day trip leaving from Cusco. Discover this renowned mountaintop Inca site with a guide, learning about its construction, history, and what daily life was like for its residents. The trip’s relaxed, non-strenuous pace is a great option for first-time visitors, families, and solo travelers alike, and features three different train ride options. The trip also includes round-trip hotel transport, transfer from Cusco to Machu Picchu (via train and bus), and the site entrance fee.
Don’t let limited time in Lima stop you visiting Huacachina and Paracas. See the desert oasis and natural hotspots on a full-day tour, ideal for travelers short on time. After traveling to Paracas, you’ll embark on a boat tour of the Ballestas Islands, regularly compared to the Galapagos Island, to see colonies of sea lions and seals. Then, explore Huacachina desert in a dune buggy and go sand boarding. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Discover the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu on this 2-day tour. Visit key sites such as Pisac, Urubamba, and Ollantaytambo and discover their individual archaeological sites with your guide. Spend the night at Aguas Calientes, the village at the base of Machu Picchu, and rest up before catching the sunrise at the famous Inca citadel the next day.
One of the seven wonders of the world, UNESCO–listed Machu Picchu ranks among Peru’s most impressive sites of interest. On this tour, reach Machu Picchu with ease from your Cusco hotel, with entry fees, lunch, and all travel tickets included. Visit Machu Picchu as your private guide brings the site’s Incan history to life, with free time to explore further at your leisure and perhaps soak in Aguas Calientes’ hot springs.
There’s no better way to experience Machu Picchu, a New7Wonder of the World and iconic Inca citadel, than on a private tour from Aguas Calientes. Receive undivided attention from a personal guide as you discover the history of ancient temples, terraced hills, and sacrificial sites. Capture photographs from the best vantage points, come face-to-face with resident llamas, and absorb spectacular views of the Sacred Valley from your vertiginous perch. Round-trip bus transfers from Aguas Calientes are included.
Explore the mysteries of Peru’s stunning Nazca Lines during this 11-hour excursion, complete with Cessna flight, departing from Lima. Drive south along the Pacific coast to Paracas, where you’ll board your plane for a 1.5-hour aerial adventure above this UNESCO World Heritage Site. As you soar above these intriguing works of art, also known as ‘geoglyphs,’ capture photos from your window seat, and listen as your guide explains the puzzling questions about their creation. Your Nazca Lines adventure also includes round-trip transportation from your hotel in Lima.
Enjoy the tour of the Mysterious Valley of the Incas (Chinchero, Moray, Salineras and Ollantaytambo). After the tour, you will enjoy your trip at the Panoramic Train Vistadome where have a unique connection with the scenery along the way to Machu Picchu.
DAY 01:5:00 A.M. Pick up from the hotel5:15 A.M. Departure by car from Cusco - Train station (Ollantaytambo)7:20 A.M. Travel by train to Km 1048:20 A.M. Walk of Km 104 - Wiñayhuayna11:45 A.M. Rest, Visit and Lunch2:00 P.M. Walk to Machu Picchu4:30 P.M. Descent by bus to Aguas Calientes 25 min.6:30 P.M. Dinner and overnight.DAY 02:5:00 A.M. Breakfast5:30 A.M. Go up by bus to Machu Picchu 25 minutes approx.6:00 Sunrise at Machu Picchu.7:00 A.M. Guided tour in Machu Picchu 2 hrs. approx.Free time to visit on your own.1:30 P.M. Return to Aguas Calientes.4:12 P.M. Return by train to Ollantaytambo5:50 P.M. Transfer by car, Ollantaytambo - Cusco8:00 P.M. Arrival in Cusco and transfer to the hotel
Sacred Valley Excursion with Overnight in Machu Picchu 2D | 1N: This tourist program is designed for visitors who want to know the beauty and secrets of the Sacred Valley of the Incas and connect immediately with the town of Machu Picchu, a place where you can relax in its hot springs.
The Sacred Valley of the Incas is one of the most beautiful and historically well visited places of Peru. In those times, the Valley was one of the bases of Incan empire, the river that winds its way through believed to be aligned with the cosmos. The valley is also home to many indigenous people living the same way they have been for centuries and it’s possible to visit local markets and communities. Explore the best places such as the land of the rainbow of Chinchero, Moray, the ancient salt mines of Maras and also discover the ancient Incan citadel of Machu Picchu with our expert private guide who’ll make the ruins come alive with history.
During the Sacred Valley day tour, you will get to know the must visit sites you have to see when in Cusco. Get fascinated by the ancient ruins of Pisac, the archaeological site of Moray, the salt mines of Maras and impressive Inca constructions in Ollantaytambo. Compared to other tours, we visit more sites and also include a short stop at a local Chicheria so you can try Chicha, the traditional "Inca beer". We also give you the option to return to Cusco with your guide or to stay in Ollantaytambo so you can continue your travels to Aguas Calientes via train afterwards. Get to know the Sacred Valley of the Incas, a place filled with interesting history and culture that will surely leave you speechless!
Peru’s Sacred Valley lies in the Andean Highlands—a landscape of rugged mountains, open plains, and soaring cliffs—and reaching the remote sites is a challenge. Choose a morning or afternoon half-day safari, and tackle the rough ground by powerful all-terrain quad bike. With your guide to lean the way, reach historic sites including Moray and Maras with ease, enjoy sweeping views across the Peruvian countryside, and learn of life here under Incan rule.
For many visitors to Peru and even South America, a visit to the Inca city of Machu Picchu is the long-anticipated highpoint of their trip. In a spectacular location, it’s the best-known archaeological site on the continent. This awe-inspiring ancient city was never revealed to the conquering Spaniards and was virtually forgotten until the early part of the 20th century.
UNESCO–listed Machu Picchu ranks among Peru’s most highly prized treasures, with a history dating back to the days of the Incas. On this tour, reach the famous site in complete comfort by luxury train, with entry fees and round-trip travel from your Cusco hotel included. Travel in style with plush seating and panoramic picture windows, and enjoy a fully guided tour of majestic Machu Picchu.
The unforgettable experience of crossing the Peruvian Andes between Cusco and Puno,and visiting the world’s highest navigable lake, is made even more magical aboard PeruRail Titicaca. The route covered by the train is considered by many travel magazines to be one of the most beautiful in the world. The once-in-a-lifetime adventure lasts approximately 10 hours 30 minutes. At the start of the journey, you are welcomed at the Wanchaq Station (Cusco) or the Puno Station, where local musicians will provide background music as you board the train. Once aboard, you can enjoy the two dining cars decorated in the style of the Pullman cars of the 1920s. Also, during the trip, you will have the finest in gourmet food and indulgent afternoon tea. The quality of our personalized service is guaranteed.
Uncover the fascinating architecture and culture of the ancient Incas during this full-day tour covering the highlights of Peru’s Sacred Valley from Cusco. Check out the market in Pisac, stopping on Sundays to observe its famous mass. Then visit the Inca settlement at Ollantaytambo and explore the ruins of its fortress and the Temple of the Sun, a mysterious structure composed of giant 12-foot (3.5-m) stones. Your Sacred Valley tour also includes a guide, lunch, and round-trip hotel transport.
The adventure starts very early in the morning, around 4:00am. After three hours of driving on the Panamerican highway we will arrive to Paracas National Reserve. From here starts the boat ride to Ballestas Islands, considered the “Peruvian Galapagos” due the amount of species of birds and fish around the area. There are good chances to see lots of sea lions, penguins, the endemic bird Inca Tern, seals and maybe dolphins. After being so close to the wildlife it’s time to enjoy the mysterious and enigmatic Nazca Lines. The ancient Nazca people drew huge figures on the desert. There are many theories about the Nazca lines, including aliens, you can choose your favorite. Continuing with this adventure, it’s time to move to Huacachina Oasis, the only Oasis of South America, here you can have a local lunch and spend some free time, also you have the option of doing the Sand Boogie or the Sand Boarding.At the end of this experience, is time to go back to Lima through the same way.
Experience the top highlights of Lima, Cusco, and world-famous Machu Picchu during this 7-day, 6-night excursion. Spend your first two days in cosmopolitan Lima, discovering its landmarks, shopping, and top-notch cuisine. Then head to the ancient Inca capital of Cusco to explore its fascinating mix of indigenous and colonial architecture, and then it's on to the iconic mountaintop citadel of Machu Picchu. This week-long, budget-friendly Peru trip, including plenty of free time for independent exploration, also includes all transport, admission fees (including at Machu Picchu), six nights of accommodation and daily breakfast.
Cruise off the coast of Lima during a half-day tour of five islands. Sail aboard a luxury yacht and relax with provided snacks and beverages while you sightsee. Admire the beautiful natural scenery en route to El Camotal, San Lorenzo, and the Palomino Islands. Then slip on a provided wetsuit and life jacket before you frolic in the Pacific Ocean with sea lions.
The Short Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu is a spectacular hike with beautiful scenery, a wide variety of flora and fauna with fantastic panoramas of the Andes mountains on the way to the lost citadel of the Incas. See our short Inca path reviews on TripAdvisor, ask for Inka tours permits and check the best inca trail tours→ Let’s take a great adventure before arriving Machu Picchu; with our group service and enjoying at the same time a light hike through many archaeological sites. Arrive to Sun’s Gate (Inti Punku), prepare yourself to be amazed with the best panoramic view of the wonder of the world - Machu Picchu-
Explore two of Peru’s most fascinating sights in one day as you visit the majestic Ballestas Islands, a marine sanctuary, before taking an aerial tour of the famous Nazca Lines during this full-day tour from Lima. Spot for sea lions and exotic sea birds during your Ballestas visit, then continue south to the Peruvian town of Ica where you’ll board a Cessna aircraft for an aerial experience above the Nazca Lines. This experience also includes a guide, lunch and round-trip transportation from your hotel.
Don’t let limited time in Cusco stop you visiting one of the New7Wonders of the World. Save yourself hours of transit time on a day trip to Machu Picchu that includes round-trip transfers by Vistadome train, which is equipped with panoramic windows to ensure the best views of the Andes mountain range.
Currently, MACHUPICCHU receives around one million visitors a year. The classic image with Machu Picchu in the background is one of the most popular photographs on Instagram and Facebook. The celebrity of the Wonder of the World makes it the dream of many. Today, more and more people roam their stone constructions fascinated by their fame.Machu Picchu is visited by the energy of peace and tranquility that it radiates. Although it sounds weird, many visitors agree to feel a special vibration when stepping on the Inca llaqta. There are specific places to feel this force. One of them is the Intihuatana, a solar clock carved in stone that, when they put their hands on it, people feel a special energy.
Discover all that Lima has to offer, both modern and historic, during this 9-hour exploration of the top sites in the Peruvian capital in this small-group tour. Visit the pre-Incan archaeological site at Pachacamac, then head to Pantanos de Villa, a one-time family home that’s been converted into an eatery, for lunch and to learn how to make a Pisco Sour. In the afternoon, continue to Lima’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed downtown for a walking tour, see the historic neighborhood of Chorillos and admire the visual spectacle of the Magic Water Circuit park. This full-day Lima tour also includes a driver-guide, round-trip hotel transport, entrance fees and bottled water.