Journey through Peru’s most fascinating ancient Incan wonders, along with its blend of traditional and contemporary culture. Many centuries ago, the Incas governed this vast empire, which was connected by thousands of miles of stone-paved highways, from their cultural and religious center in Cusco. Many fine carved stone monuments stand today, a testament to the skill of their master architects. Take in the spirit of Cusco as you walk on its cobble stoned streets admiring its combined culture of the Incas and Spaniards. Tour the amazing archeological site of Pisac with many terraces and its colorful Indian Market, visit the Moray agricultural circles, Maras Salt Mines, watch a weaving demonstration with natural dyes in Chinchero, and be in awe with the huge carved stones in Ollantaytambo. Take a spectacular train ride to the town of Machupicchu (Aguas Calientes) and visit one of the Seven Wonders in the World, Machupicchu. Finally, enjoy a day visiting Lima the city of Kings.
A specially designed tour for the people who love adventure and action. Walk around the fabulous Inca City of Cusco that has a blend of Inca and Colonial architecture. Enjoy a thrilling day, river rafting in Cusipata with high rapids and zipling down the river feeling an adrenaline rush. The following day enjoy the thrill of canyoning down the Limatambo waterfalls. Experience a day of culture by watching a colorful weaving demonstration at a local´s home in Chinchero and then horseback riding on the Peruvian Paso horse for a smooth ride to the Moray Agricultural terraces and down to the Maras Inca Salt mines. Finally, tour one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu.
A great way to acclimatize by doing a walking tour of the ancient Inca City of Cusco that has a blend of Inca and Spanish Architecture. Delight in the mystical atmosphere admiring your surroundings. Enjoy a free day to further acclimatize before starting the amazing Classic Inca Trail to the one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu. On the famous Inca Trail see the wondrous, changing landscapes and scenery like mountains, cloud forest rich in flora and fauna. Be in awe and thrilled every step of the way visiting archeological sites such as Wiñaywayna and more on route to the infamous Machu Picchu to finally bask in its beauty and magic.
Journey through Peru’s most fascinating ancient Incan wonders, along with its blend of traditional and contemporary culture. Many centuries ago, the Incas governed this vast empire, which was connected by thousands of miles of stone-paved highways, from their cultural and religious center in Cusco. Drive through the fertile Sacred Valley of the Incas, visiting the Sun Temple of Pisac, the colorful Indian Market, Chinchero for a traditional weaving demonstration, Maras the Incan Salt Mines still harvested by hand, and Ollantaytambo the Royal Estate of the Inca Pachacuti. Then be marveled by one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Machupicchu that has withstood time. Walk around the Ancient city of Cusco and visit the artist district of San Blas, the busy San Pedro market where the locals shop and the famous 12 angle stone.
Glamping (glamorous camping) during the Inca Trail is for people who want to hike the rugged terrain in nature but still want to be pampered along the way. Two clients will be accompanied by 17 staff members. Trekking the Andes in luxury and comfort while still enjoying the rigorous hike and sweating it. All tents are full size standing tents. You will have two toilet tents for your use at each campsite. After an arduous day walking, enjoy a hot shower with natural products and a massage by a proffesional, to ease your aching muscles. Toast the night with a Pisco Sour, Wine, Beer or Champagne while the Chef prepares a delectable plate of your choice. Recline in a stylish chair while the chef grills your choice of fish, alpaca meat, chicken and or just vegetables. You will eat a delicious meal at the dining table with a tablecloth, napkins, flatware, local style dishes and glassware while sitting out in nature with amazing views. Enjoy sleeping in comfort in an elavated cot from the ground with a 3-4 inch thick inflatable mattress, sleeping bag, sheets and pillow. At the end recieve a small gift as a token of our appreciation. Don´t miss out on this wonderful experience!
This is a fantastic archeological tour full of culture and adventure visiting the ancient pre-Inca sites of the Chachapoyas civilization, lost in time. Visit the majestic Ahuashiyacu Waterfall in Tarapoto and continue to the Gocta Falls believed to be one of the ten highest waterfalls in the world. Tour the extraordinary Kuelap compared to Machu Picchu in grandeur followed by Revash with its colorful funeral buildings located high up in a cliff. Finish off with the Laymembamba Museum housing numerous mummies and artifacts. A great journey for people that want to venture off the beaten track.
Every year in July, the people of the Andean colonial town of Paucartambo celebrate the colorful Fiesta of Virgen del Carmen, their patron saint. This Andean festival takes you to the center of ancient culture and customs combined with the Catholic Religion. You will be amazed with the masked, colorful costumed dancers reliving ancient gods. An extraordinary festival not to be missed.
A magnificent cultural experience visiting the Ancient and Colonial Inca City of Cusco, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Moray the Inca agricultural terraces, Maras the Inca salt mines and the astounding Machu Picchu. Be dazzled by the blend of Spanish and Inca architecture in Cusco and its surrounding archeological sites with its layout resembling the Puma. Drive through the serene Sacred Valley with its entrancing mountains and stunning landscape, breathing in crisp fresh air. Finally, be in awe of the mystifying Machu Picchu, the long awaiting trophy of the trip. Feast your eyes on the supreme stone work, temples and the serene panoramic views where spirits lay and tell a story forgotten in time.
The Huchuy Qosqo one day hike, plus a one full day visit to Machu Picchu is the perfect alternative to the Express Inca Trail of two days. Cllimb up to at least 4,300mt/14,108ft and catch mesmerizing vistas of the gorgeous Sacred Valley below with the surrounding snow-capped Vilcanota Mountain range and the serene Vilcanota River flowing along the precious valley. Visit the Huchuy Qosqo archeological known in Quechua as, Little Cusco, sitting at 3,600mt/11,811ft above the quaint town of Lamay. After, this exciting hike, take the train from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes to spend the night. The following day take pleasure in a full day visit of one of the Seven Wonders in World, Machu Picchu.