9 days from £2875pp plus international flights.
If you want to see Peru whilst enjoying some incredible hotels and some rather lovely Peruvian cuisine, this is the trip for you.
You have a private guide and transport for all excursions, and whilst this itinerary includes all the great highlights of Lima, Cusco and the Sacred Valley, it doesn't rush you around too fast. You really do get a chance to enjoy and appreciate the amazing things you've come to see.
This luxury tour gives you an idea of what a trip through Peru using some of the best services might be like. Of course, as always, we can tailor make any itinerary to suit you though.
Guide price from (pp sharing): £2875 (ex. international flights)
Price notes: 2017 guide price pp sharing: £2875
Transfers & land transport in Peru; Vistadome train tickets; shuttle bus to Machu Picchu; accommodation based on twin share; meals as indicated; guided tours as mentioned; entrance fees.
International flights and taxes; domestic flights (to be bought as add-ons with international flights); visa; vaccinations; insurance; tips; drinks; meals not shown; personal expenses; entrance to Wayna Pichu
Getting there: To get to Peru you need to fly into Lima. From here a domestic flight takes you to Cusco. From Europe Iberia Airlines or KLM are most frequently used for this route. There is no direct flight from the UK to Lima. A return flight will cost from about £900.
This is a private tailor made trip which you can take at any time to suit you.
The Casa Andina Private Collection provides luxurious accommodation in the heart of the Miraflores district of Lima.
11 suite luxurious boutique hotel located close to Cusco's main square.
Sol y Luna Hotel provides a perfect base to explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
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Flight time: Both KLM and Iberia have flights to Lima via Europe, leaving the UK early in the morning to arrive in Lima in the evening. The flight time is about 14 hours. It is also possible to fly to Lima via America.
Language: Spanish and Quechua are the official languages.
Visas: Not required for British travellers (up to 90 days). EC nationals can ask us for further advice.
Health: There are no compulsory vaccinations, except yellow fever if visiting the rainforest. Malaria prophylactics are also recommended in the rainforest.