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Discover the ancient Inca civilisation in Peru. From the mysterious Nazca lines and volcanic Arequipa to colonial Lima. Head up to Lake Titicaca and enjoy the breathtaking views. Visit Cuzco, the ancient Inca capital. Stop in rural Aguas Calientes before you reach Machu Picchu, a true wonder of the past and then finally explore the amazing Amazon basin in Puerto Maldonado.
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**Possibility of booking optional activities in the next step of the booking.
*** Note: Hotel Check-In in Lima is available from 15:00. You can book Early Check-In in the next step of the booking.
In the case of a change to the Puerto Maldonado hotel, the itinerary and activities may also be modified.
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Arrival at UK departure airport ready to check in for overnight flight to Lima.
Arrival at Lima and get some rest before starting to explore this wonderful city.*
*Check-in at 15:00. You can purchase Early Check-In in the next step of the booking process.
Breakfast at the hotel. We suggest taking the optional excursion for £27*. Overnight stay.
*Visit the districts of Miraflores and San Isidro. Enjoy the panoramic view of Huaca Huallamarca and visit the Sant Domingo Convent. Walk through Plaza Mayor which is surrounded by Arzobispal palace, the metropolitan municipality and the cathedral. Stop to try a traditional Pisco Sour. Finally, visit the Larco museum whose artefacts display more than 3000 years of Pre-Columbian history. Overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel. Today, enjoy a scenic journey heading south along the coast to Paracas. On arrival, transfer to your hotel and get out and explore this small port town which boasts beautiful beaches and fascinating wildlife. Overnight in Paracas.
Breakfast at the hotel. Today embark on a fascinating tour of the Ballestas Islands, by boat. These islands are the best place to see fascinating wildlife and to enjoy the rugged coastline landscapes of this part of Peru. From Humboldt penguins and South American sea lions to a multitude of marine birds, be in awe of the beauty of these tranquil islands. In the afternoon, transfer to Nazca. Nazca is most famous for its mysterious Nazca lines, but the city is named after the civilisation that flourished here between 100 BC and 800 AD. This region also has a strong heritage of viticulture, although today, this is one of the dryest places on earth with only 4 millimetres of rain, on average, a year. Overnight in Nazca
Breakfast at the hotel. Today you have the unmissable opportunity of taking a flight over the Nazca lines.* Transfer to Arequipa and enjoy an overnight stay in one of the most import economic and industrial centres in Peru. Arequipa's city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to various religious monuments and historic buildings such as the Basilica Cathedral of Arequipa. The city sits at the foot of the Misti volcano which provides a beautiful skyline backdrop. Overnight in Arequipa.
*Optional Nazca Lines Flight: Experience the mystery of the Nazca lines from the sky, with a flight over the ancient lines, some measuring 30 metres in width, which depict strange images. shrouded in conspiracy and speculation. See the Astronaut, the Monkey and the Condor, among other depictions and decide for yourself the meaning of these ancient messages to the Gods. Price per person: £90 per person.
Breakfast at the hotel. Today, you have the opportunity to take an optional city tour of Arequipa and the Santa Catalina Convent.* Overnight in Arequipa.
*Optional tour of Arequipa: Visit the sights of Arequipa such as the colonial districts of St Lazarus and Yanahuara, the Monastery of St Catherine and the Basilica Cathedral of Arequipa. The Monastery of St Catherine is the most important and impressive religious construction in Perú. Founded in September 1579, it was an active monastery until it closed in 1970. Price per person £25
Breakfast at the hotel. Today transfer to the Colca Valley, an ancient area that boasts sweeping valleys and is home to famous giant Andean Condor. See agricultural remnants that pre-date Inca civilisation, and be in awe of the wonder of nature as you marvel at the depth of the valleys and the untouched landscape. Lunch and dinner included. Overnight in Colca.
Breakfast at the hotel. Today, return to the valley but this time you will visit the Cruz del Condor, the best viewpoint for watching the giant Condors take flight across the sky. With an average wingspan of 9 foot, the Andean Condor is the unmissable attraction of this part of the world and is shrouded in mystery and legend. Transfer from Colca to Puno with lunch on route. Overnight stay in Puno.
Breakfast at the hotel. Excursion to Taquile and Uros island. Depart to Taquile island - Taquille has remnants of the past which date back to pre-Inca times. The islanders are famous for their beautiful clothing, their incredible knits, and textile industry. Next, visit the community of Huayllano, on the same island, where the locals show their traditional crafts and agriculture. Lunch. Visit the islands of Uros situated in the middle of the national reserve of Lake Titicaca. Transfer to hotel. Overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Puno station to take a bus to Cuzco. Leave the station and start your journey on the bus to Puno and enjoy the marvelous landscapes of the South Valley of Cuzco. Visit Andahuaylas, the beautiful church of 17th century, featuring an impressive organ decorated with angels and cherubs. Later on, visit the ruins of Racqui, also known as the ´Temple of the God Wiracocha and have lunch. Discover La Raya, the highest point on the highway between Cuzco and Puno for amazing views of the landscape. Arrival in Cuzco and transfer to hotel. Overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the train station of Cuzco. Your adventure starts onboard the Expedition train heading towards Aguas Calientes. Upon arrival, head to Machu Picchu for an unforgettable experience.
Once in Machu Picchu, you will be able to cover each corner of this seventh wonder of the world, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Return to the town of Aguas Calientes for lunch. Rest of the day is free. Dinner and overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel. At the indicated time, return to Cuzco. Arrival and transfer to hotel and day free to explore the area.
Breakfast at the hotel. We suggest taking the optional exursion for £51*. Overnight stay.
*Begin the day at Chinchero, a small picturesque town home to the important archeological Inca site, constructed in the final years of the decade of 1400, a beautiful and traditional church. Visit “Urpi” a famous textile centre, where the town people have conserved the Andean spinning techniques of knitting.
Visit Ollantaytambo a fort which also served as a temple. On your way to Ollantaytambo, stop by Racchi viewpoint for a stunning picturesque photographic opportunity. Afterwards, continue towards the town adjacent to Ollantaytambo, “the only alive Inca town” which hasn’t been inhabited since the 13th century.
Breakfast at the hotel. You are free to spend the day at your leisure and explore the former Capital of the Incas.
Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Cusco airport for your flight to Puerto Maldonado. Arrival in Puerto Maldonado and transfer to hotel and then take a leisurely cruise along the Rio del Madre through the jungle to the Lodge. After checking in to your cabin enjoy a brief presentation followed by a delicious, locally prepared lunch. After lunch, join your guide and enjoy a guided walk along the trails through the Amazon Basin, a perfect introduction to the jungle ecosystem. Later enjoy an evening boat ride on the river and watch the jungle transform from day to night. Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Enjoy an early breakfast at hotel then take an excursion to Lake Sandoval in the Tambopata National Reserve. Sail in a canoe on the lake and look out for monkeys, macaws, anacondas and turtles. Return to Inkaterra for lunch and in the afternoon visit the Inkaterra Canopy, walking on bridges through the tree tops, watching out for monkeys, toucans, woodpeckers and lazy bears. Then take the Anaconda Walk, wooden bridges over the Aguajales Marshes where you can see different species of amphibians and mammals and jungle flora. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, enjoy the return journey on the river to Puerto Maldonado. Here visit the Butterfly House and learn about some of the many varieties of butterflies that are native to Peru. Transfer to airport for overnight flight to the UK.
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