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Lima
Lima
Arequipa
Arequipa
Arequipa
Colca
Colca
Puno
Puno
Puno
Puno
Cusco
Cusco
Cusco
Cusco
Sacred Valley
Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu
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Highlights of Peru

Overview

Day 1: Arrival In Lima
Lima may be the political capital of Peru, but when it comes to gastronomy, it is one of the capitals of the world! Food is certainly going to be a theme during your stay in Lima that is for sure. On arrival in this culinary paradise, your private guide will be waiting at the airport to assist you to Lima´s Airport Hotel for check-in. Unearth the city's treasure trove of fantastic restaurants and bars at your leisure. Restaurants Astrid & Gaston or Central are just two of many in the city, which regularly rank among the top 100 in the world. Lima has some of the best eateries and food markets in Latin America, which you can explore while also taking in the history behind the streets, which house them. Overnight in Lima

Day 2: Lima As a Local
Embark on a day of discovery, delving deep into the rich tapestry of Limeño history, where surprises await at every turn. Your journey begins with a visit to a bustling local market, a sensory delight where you'll have the chance to savour the flavours of traditional fruits and immerse yourself in the vibrant local culture. From there, you'll step aboard the Metropolitano bus service, whisking you away to the heart of Downtown Lima. In the company of your knowledgeable private guide, you'll embark on a captivating exploration of the area's most iconic Colonial-era buildings. The Historic Centre of Lima stands as a testament to the city's storied past, serving as the seat of Colonial and Republican governments since its Spanish foundation in 1535, established atop an ancient indigenous urban centre. Until the mid-twentieth century, this district was the privileged residential enclave of the country's most influential families, lending an air of opulence and significance to the architectural marvels that grace its streets. Amidst the architectural and historical wonders, you'll enjoy a well-deserved respite with a Pisco Sour demonstration and tasting at the esteemed Cordano Bar. This venerable establishment, steeped in tradition, has played host to a veritable who's who of past Presidents, artists, writers, and politicians - a living testament to Lima's enduring cultural legacy. Following this authentic and invigorating experience, you'll be transported back to your hotel in the enchanting neighbourhood of Miraflores, reflecting on the captivating history and vibrant culture you've encountered during your day of exploration. Overnight in Lima

Day 3:   Lima to Arequipa
On time for your flight, you will be picked up and transferred to the airport for your flight to Arequipa! Upon arrival, you will be privately transferred to your hotel. The rest of the afternoon and evening will be free for you to spend at your leisure. We recommend immersing yourself in Arequipa's lively restaurant scene, which is recognized by many Peruvians as the best and true home of Peruvian food. Overnight in Arequipa

Day 4:   Arequipa - Explore The White City
Our self-guided walking tours of Arequipa will allow you to explore the ins and outs of the charming city of Arequipa. The guide includes 4 walking tours designed for you to enjoy many different aspects of this beautiful city. These are Highlights of Arequipa: a 3-hour walking tour that ticks off all of Arequipa's famous highlights; the Daily Life of Arequipa, which guides you through the hustle and bustle of Arequipa's local spots; a Cultural tour of Arequipa, that leads you to discover the city's cultural heritage, both colonial and modern and finally; the Nightlife of Arequipa, so you know where to stop off for a drink or a fun night out with your friends. The guide will take you off the beaten track that will include a section on recommended restaurants and Arequipa's best activities with kids. Overnight in Arequipa

Day 5:   Arequipa – Colca Canyon (Colca Canyon and to Puno - Group excursion)
After breakfast in your hotel, you will be picked up for your journey to the Colca Canyon. It's a scenic route, you'll enjoy beautiful views of the Misti, Chachani, and Pichu Pichu volcanoes as you climb to the Canahuas National Reserve. Along the way, you will stop at the Andean village of Pata Wasi, located at 12,465ft. above sea level to drink some coca tea to counteract the effects of altitude sickness. As you climb, yet further up onto the Altiplano you will begin to spot wild vicunas, llamas and guanacos as well as some interesting birdlife on the lakes. After reaching the highest point at about 14,760ft. above sea level, you will begin descending to the quaint town of Chivay before continuing to your boutique lodge in the Colca Canyon. A colourful Andean valley with pre-Inca roots, the Colca Canyon has several small villages filled with local traditions and culture and is some of the most well-preserved in the country. Twice as deep as the Grand Canyon in the United States, the landscapes surrounding the Colca Canyon are simply breathtaking! This is one of the best places to spot the Andean Condor as it soars and glides through this vast valley. Included: One night at Colca Lodge, a Group excursion to the Colca Canyon with several stops and visits, English English-speaking guide and Breakfast. Not Included: Entrance fee to the Colca Canyon (approx. USD25 pp payable locally). Departure: Daily around 07:30 am

Day 6:   Leaving The Colca Canyon
It's time to hit the road again as you make your way to the town of Puno at Lake Titicaca where the journey will take you right across the endless highland plains where you'll be treated to stunning views of Peru's diverse landscapes. Upon arrival at Lake Titicaca passengers staying at Comfort and Superior class accommodation will head towards your hotel where you'll have the remainder of the day free to spend at your leisure. Overnight in Puno

Day 7:   Titicaca Lake
Straddling the border between Peru and Bolivia in the Andes Mountains is one of South America's largest lakes and the world's highest navigable body of water. Said to be the birthplace of the Incas, it is home to numerous ruins and islands where tradition remains. Today's excursion will allow you to experience the lake and its inhabitants. You will be picked up from your hotel at around 7 am and will be transferred to the port so you can board a fast boat (33km/h) that will take you to Taquile Island. After approximately 2 hours, you will arrive at the pristine sandy beach on Taquile Island and will walk over a pre-Inca path with the most spectacular views of the Island. You will visit a typical house of weavers, and learn about their ancient culture and textile techniques. After 3 hours of cultural exploration, you will depart to Llachon-Santa Maria, where at 12:20 pm you will be quickly introduced in an intensive cross-cultural experience, participate in the preparation of the Pachamanca, a traditional way of cooking using underground ovens, and be part of a small ritual to honour Mother Earth. The boat leaves after lunch to Uros Titino Islands, where you will see the last authentic floating island. Afterwards, at 4 pm approx., you will return to Puno, arriving around 5 pm. Overnight in Puno

Day 8:   Puno – Cusco, The Sun Route
Leaving Puno and Lake Titicaca behind, you will start your journey by a comfortable touristic bus to Cusco. The drive is approximately 10.5 hours long and you will stop off along the route at some of the most beautiful and authentic locations. Stopping at the once great pre-Hispanic city of Pukara, characterized by its huge pyramids, you will visit the litic Museum where several artefacts of this period can be admired. The village is also known for its traditional ceramics known as Torito de Pukara. Following your tour of Pukara, which will last around 35 minutes, you will board the touristic bus and head towards your next stop at La Raya. At 14,222ft (4,335m) above sea level, this marks the highest point of the route and is here where the Vilcanota River otherwise known as the Sacred River of the Inca is born and flows down through the mountains before joining the Amazon River. The tour lasts around 10 minutes before continuing your journey to the fascinating archaeological complex of Raqchi. Stare in amazement at the monumental size of Raqchi and its temple, which has walls reaching up to 49ft (15m) and is unique in the Inca Empire. The tour of Raqchi lasts for around 40 minutes and then you will continue to the last stop before arriving at Cusco, Andahuaylillas. This charming 16th Century village has a beautiful Main Square with the Church of San Pedro de Andahuaylillas; the pride of the town and its people. It is one of the most beautiful Baroque churches built under Spanish influence in the Americas and is often referred to as the Sistine Chapel of the Americas. Your tour of Andahuaylillas will last for about 25 minutes before the tourist bus will take you to the final destination of the Capital of the Inca Empire, Cusco. Upon arrival to Cusco, you will be met and transferred to your hotel located in the historical centre and within walking distance of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Plaza de Armas, the main square of Cusco. Cusco is a place, which has it all, busy local markets, grand colonial architecture, rich archaeological history, relaxed café's, beautiful surrounding scenery and much more. The evening is free for you to spend at your leisure and with many excellent Cusco restaurants to choose from. Overnight in Cusco

Day 9:   Exploring Cusco
Walk around the Imperial City of the Incas, starting at the local market of Cusco, where you will experience a bit of Peruvian Culture and daily Cusqueño life. In the market, you can find the best variety of vegetables, breads and fruits in the country. Continuing this pleasant walk, you'll visit the impressive Colonial Cathedral in Cusco containing over 400 paintings from the Cusqueña School and several beautiful altars. Afterwards, you'll visit Koricancha, which is considered a religious centre of Cusco, geographical and political. The Temple of Koricancha, was where the Inca paid homage to the Sun god called Inti. Qori means goldwork and Kancha means an enclosed space, bounded by walls. Then you'll walk uphill a bit to enter the artisan quarter of San Blas, where you'll be able to appreciate a religious painting and many workshops where, if they are available, you can watch artisans in action. After this, you'll return to your hotel. Overnight in Cusco

Day 10: The Sacred Valley of The Incas
After being picked up from your hotel your tour will start with a brief pit stop at the Mirador de Qorao or Awanacancha before heading up to Pisac. A famed hill town, Pisac is a great place to purchase top-quality Andean knitwear at lower prices than you will find in major cities during your trip to Peru. Woven blankets, tapestries and alpaca garments such as sweaters and mittens, colourful fabric and accessories are found in abundance at the Pisac market in addition to pottery, jewellery and other handicrafts. Then, you will visit the archaeological site of Pisac. You will go to the 'Tanqanamarca Cemetery', where existed an estimated 10000 burials and to the 'Qantusraqay neighbourhood' area, for farmers. It is composed of rustic stone buildings built on the edges of the cliffs. Afterwards, you will go for a buffet lunch in the Sacred Valley, set in extensive gardens with beautiful views across the Valley. Then, you continue to an attractive little town located at the western end of the Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo. The town has been built on top of original Inca foundations and is the best surviving example of Inca town planning. The temple area is at the top of steep terracing which helped to provide excellent defences. The stone used for these buildings was brought from a quarry high up on the opposite side of the Urubamba River - an incredible feat involving the efforts of thousands of workers. Overnight in Sacred Valley

Day 11: Sacred Valley
Day at leisure for you to enjoy this lovely area. Overnight in Sacred Valley

Day 12: Train To Machu Picchu
After breakfast, your private transfer will pick you up from your accommodation in the Sacred Valley and take you to the Inca town of Ollantaytambo. We recommend exploring the beautiful cobblestone streets, the colourful textiles and charming cafes before your train leaves for Machu Picchu. Boarding the train from the Sacred Valley to Aguas Calientes shaves 2 hours off what normally is a 4-hour journey from Cusco, beginning at the most beautiful part of the stretch, leaving from Ollantaytambo. Arriving at your hotel of choice in Aguas Calientes at the foot of Machu Picchu, we recommend that you spend a few hours exploring this quaint little town, connected to the world by train. Situated in a deep gorge below Machu Picchu the charm of Aguas Calientes is scattered in its cobblestone streets lined by small local restaurants and shops, enclosed by steep cliffs, a misty cloud forest, and two rushing rivers. We suggest having an early dinner tonight as tomorrow you'll have an early start going to Machu Picchu at sunrise. Overnight in Machu Picchu

Day 13: Machu Picchu
The citadel of Machu Picchu stands as the crowning jewel of the Sacred Valley, undeniably Peru's most cherished tourist attraction. Unveiled to the world in 1911 by the intrepid American explorer Hiram Bingham, this ancient fortress perches majestically above the profound Urubamba River canyon, earning acclaim as one of the planet's most extraordinary feats of landscape architecture. In an era where the Inca were revered as descendants of gods, this sanctuary was believed to be their celestial palace, a realm reserved solely for the chosen few among them. Every journey to Peru should undoubtedly encompass this iconic destination and marvel of the New World. Your adventure begins in Aguas Calientes, where a 20-minute bus ride transports you to the mystical realm of Machu Picchu Sanctuary. Here, under the expert guidance of a seasoned tour guide, you'll embark on an exploration of this awe-inspiring testament to Inca architectural brilliance. Following the guided tour, you'll have the opportunity to capture the magic through your lens during some free time before descending back to Aguas Calientes aboard the bus, concluding a day steeped in history and wonder. At Aguas Calientes, you will take your train back to Poroy. Upon arrival, a private transfer to your accommodation. Overnight in Cusco

Day 14: Cusco
Day at leisure to spend for you to explore this beautiful area. Overnight in Cusco

Day 15: Leaving Cusco
It is time to say goodbye to this amazing country, depending on your departure flight, your private transfer will be meeting you at the hotel lobby to take you to the airport for your scheduled flight home.

What's Included
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  • Minimum deposits from only £199pp
  • Return flights from London
  • Internal flight included
  • 14 Nights Accommodation with Daily Breakfast
  • Transfers throughout as mentioned on the Itinerary
  • Itinerary Brief
  • 2 Nights stay at 5* Casa Andina Premium Miraflores or Similar in Traditional Matrimonial Room with Bed & Breakfast | Lima
  • 2 Nights stay at 3* Katari Hotel at Plaza de Armas or Similar in Deluxe Room with Bed & Breakfast | Arequipa
  • 1 Night stay at 3* Colca Lodge Spa & Hot Springs or Similar in Matrimonial Room with Bed & Breakfast | Colca
  • 2 Nights stay at 4* Casa Andina Premium Puno or Similar in Superior Matrimonial Room with Bed Breakfast | Puno
  • 2 Nights stay at 4* Novotel Cusco or Similar in Colonial Room with Bed & Breakfast | Cusco
  • 2 Nights stay at 5* Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado Hotel & Villas or Similar in Superior Twin Room with Bed & Breakfast | Sacred Valley
  • 1 Night stay at 4* El MaPi by Inkaterra or Similar in Superior Deluxe Room with Bed & Breakfast | Machu Picchu
  • 2 Nights stay at 4* Novotel Cusco or Similar in Colonial Room with Bed & breakfast | Cusco
  • All the packages & prices are subject to availablility at the time of booking
Dates & Prices
2024
2025
2026
Year 2024
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01 - 25 July £3,959 pp Enquire
01 - 30 September £3,489 pp Enquire
01 - 31 October £3,489 pp Enquire
01 - 30 November £3,399 pp Enquire
01 - 10 December £3,449 pp Enquire
11 - 31 December On Request Enquire
Year 2025
14 Nights
01 - 14 January On Request Enquire
15 - 31 January £3,729 pp Enquire
01 - 28 February £3,739 pp Enquire
01 - 20 March £3,789 pp Enquire
10 - 30 April £3,989 pp Enquire
01 - 31 May £3,929 pp Enquire
01 - 30 June £4,189 pp Enquire
01 - 31 July £4,289 pp Enquire
01 - 31 August £4,619 pp Enquire
01 - 30 September £3,989 pp Enquire
01 - 31 October £3,899 pp Enquire
01 - 30 November £3,889 pp Enquire
01 - 10 December £3,999 pp Enquire
11 - 31 December On Request Enquire
Year 2026
14 Nights
01 - 14 January On Request Enquire
15 - 31 January £4,299 pp Enquire
01 - 28 February £4,259 pp Enquire
01 - 20 March £4,299 pp Enquire
21 - 31 March On Request Enquire
10 - 30 April £4,499 pp Enquire
01 - 31 May £4,449 pp Enquire
01 - 30 June £4,729 pp Enquire
01 - 31 July £4,839 pp Enquire
01 - 31 August £5,199 pp Enquire
01 - 30 September £4,499 pp Enquire
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01 - 10 December £4,519 pp Enquire
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Hotels
Casa Andina Premium Miraflores
Casa Andina Premium Miraflores is strategically located in the heart of Miraflores, Surrounded by the best restaurants and boutiques in the city of Lima. Its unmistakable local touch showcases valuable colonial antiques and an exquisite collection of contemporary art decorating the room and common areas of the hotel. Try our breakfast buffet, a varied menu with gourmet dishes at Alma Restaurant & Bar and a unique and healthy gastronomic experience at Sama Healthy Express. The Hotel offers room service, a gym, sauna, spa and swimming pool. There are also 8 spacious event rooms that hold up to 250 people.
Service & Amenties
  • Pool
  • Gym
  • Banquet Hall
  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • Spa
  • Business Centre
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Arcade/game room
  • Bar/lounge
  • Free WiFi
  • Garden
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor Pools
  • Safe location
  • 24 hour room service
  • Air conditioned
  • Balcony
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Katari Hotel At Plaza De Armas - Arequipa
Katari is a term commonly associated in Peru with respect for the Andean indigenous cultures. Hotel Katari at Plaza de Armas, is an invitation to experience the essence of Arequipa, both for its colonial influence and for its interesting pre-colonial history. In fact, we have the two elements of Arequipa's unique fusion of Spanish and Andean cultures, while offering an incomparable view of its most impressive geography, all the elements for which UNESCO protects the city center as a Heritage of Humanity Through its optimal location, the emblematic terrace, the highly personalized service, the luxurious historic interior design and the most exclusive facilities and services, we will ensure you have an unparalleled stay in the "white City".
Service & Amenties
  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge services
  • Elevator/lift
  • Free WiFi
  • Garden
  • Rooftop terrace
  • 24 hour room service
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Colca Lodge Spa & Hot Springs - Colca
We invite you to feel the special energy of one of the most spectacular areas of southern Peru: the Colca Valley. A place where the river meets the sky, the sun meets the moon, and the mind meets the body. Located at 3,250 meters above sea level and 3 hours from the city of Arequipa, our hotel is nestled on the shores of the Colca River surrounded by hundreds of pre-Inca terraces declared “Cultural Heritage of the Nation”. With a design inspired by the old collagua constructions, Colca Lodge has used mud, stone and straw to create a magical environment where the rooms blend with the gardens and with the adjacent cultivated fields, without intervening boundaries, no walls, no barriers. The contact with nature is full but the comforts in this rural environment far from civilization are equally full, with the exception of the television whose moderate use is limited to the bar area and restrooms. It is precisely this authentic devotion to nature that has led us, since the beginning of our operations, to search for ways and systems that allow us to make our hotel operation a sustainable work that seeks to leave the least possible footprint in terms of pollution and use of resources. Thus, we have developed innovative systems for the use of geothermal energy to heat our environments through underfloor heating. Likewise, we also take advantage of this energy to complement the heating of the water used by the hotel, together with solar energy. Furthermore, we have built our own sewage treatment plant so that it is now used to irrigate our gardens. At the same time, we do our best to reduce polluting waste as much as possible, as well as the consumption of energy from non-renewable sources. Currently we can affirm that we have an operation that is respectful of our environment and is constantly searching for new creative ways to minimize our impact while working for a sustainable operation over time. We have been blessed with the presence of wonderful lithium-rich thermal baths that will not only make your stay a unique and unforgettable experience, but have also allowed us to develop a unique model of coexistence with nature based on the most authentic respect for it. Finally, Colca Lodge has the privilege of being located in a region that has an ancient culture that keeps many traditions and customs alive; part of a rich history that we invite you to discover.
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  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Arcade/game room
  • Free WiFi
  • Garden
  • Rooftop terrace
  • 24 hour room service
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Casa Andina Premium Puno
Situated in Puno, this 4-star hotel features a restaurant which has an expansive glass wall with stunning views of the lake and garden. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. The rooms at Casa Andina Premium Puno have panoramic views of the lake or mountains. Offering a blend of historic décor and stylish furnishings, each room is fitted with a satellite TV. The restaurant, Alma, serves delicious local specialties and seafood dishes, made fresh with fish from Lake Titicaca. Casa Andina Premium Puno pampers guests with exclusive facilities such as a private pier. 
Service & Amenties
  • Pool
  • Gym
  • Banquet Hall
  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • Spa
  • Business Centre
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Arcade/game room
  • Bar/lounge
  • Free WiFi
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor Pools
  • Safe location
  • 24 hour room service
  • Air conditioned
  • Balcony
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Novotel Cusco
Novotel Cusco has a nice colonial atmosphere with modern touches, adding to your experience. The rooms are spacious, with WIFI. At Restaurant 365, enjoy international cuisine and happy hour at the bar, with a show on how to prepare pisco sour, a delicious local drink. Take advantage of your stay at Novote Cusco to know more about the City of the Incas, its history & culture. Novotel Cusco is just 3 blocks from the Historic Center, a heritage of the country. Admire the Plaza de las Armas, and Cathedral of Cusco and visit the ruins of Sacsayhuaman, just 12 minutes from the hotel. The Cusco hotel offers easy access to Machu Picchu, Incan city in the Andes, preserved to date... not to be missed... discover Ollantaytambo, Urumba, Maras, Moray, etc., which surround the Sacred Valley.
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  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Elevator/lift
  • Free WiFi
  • Garden
  • Rooftop terrace
  • 24 hour room service
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Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado Hotel & Villas
The hotel is located in the Sacred Valley of Cusco. It's only a 40-minute bus drive away from the town of Aguas Calientes and a 30-minute bus drive away from the City of Cusco. It's a cosy environment in the middle of the Urubamba Valley. It's ideal if you want to relax and be close to the main tourist attractions of the valley. Alma Restaurant & Bar offers a breakfast buffet and a wide range of dishes. The hotel has games for children and they can also feed the sheep. The hotel organizes "pachamancas (a traditional Peruvian dish based on baking, with the aid of hot stones (the earthen oven is known as a "huatia"), of lamb, mutton, pork, chicken or guinea pig, marinated in spices]. At night there are bonfires and you can view the stars and planets in the sky in the planetarium.
Service & Amenties
  • Bar
  • Business Centre
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge services
  • Free WiFi
  • Garden
  • Rooftop terrace
  • Sauna
  • 24 hour room service
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El MaPi Hotel byInkaterra
Step into the smart, contemporary and cozy confines of El MaPi byInkaterra, 4 stars hotel amidst the picturesque Machu Picchu Pueblo. Discover an efficient, lively and friendly atmosphere, welcoming guests expecting an unfussy, down-to-earth break. The flowing lobby creates a sense of vitality. Lofty ceilings, panoramic windows and an open café allow natural light to filter between tall eucalyptus dried branches, creating an ambience of order and wellbeing. Relax in a pleasant and wholesome ambience after your enlightening visit to Peru’s most famous destination: the Machu Picchu Archaeological site.
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  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Elevator/lift
  • Free WiFi
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Things To Do
  • Lima: Lima is the capital city of the Republic of Peru and Lima Province. As such, it is home to the three branches of the Government of Peru. Lima is home to the headquarters of the Andean Community of Nations that is a customs union comprising the South American
  • Arequipa: Arequipa is also an important industrial and commercial center of Peru, and is considered as the second industrial city of the country. Regional cuisine shows a great diversity with as many as 194 typical dishes.
  • Colca: The Colca Canyon is a canyon of the Colca River in southern Peru, located about 160 kilometres It is Peru's third most-visited tourist destination northwest of Arequipa. Colca-Arequipa 14 plains of Majes, it is known as the Majes River
  • Puno: Puno is a city in southeastern Peru, located on the shore of Lake Titicaca. It is the capital city of the Puno Region. As Puno is located at such a high elevation, it experiences more extreme weather conditions than would be expected for its tropical latitude.
  • Cusco: is a city in southeastern Peru near the Sacred Valley of the Andes mountain range.Cusco was built on layers of cultures.
  • Sacred Valley: The Sacred Valley of the Incas or the Urubamba Valley, is a valley in the Andes of Peru, north of the Inca capital of Cusco. It is located in the present-day Peruvian region of Cusco. Agricultural terraces, called andenes, were built up hillsides flanking the valley floor and are today the most visible and widespread signs of the Inca civilization in the Sacred Valley
  • Machu Picchu: Machu Picchu is a 15th-century Inca citadel located in the Eastern Cordillera of southern Peru mountain ridge. Machu Picchu is situated above a bow of the Urubamba River, which surrounds the site on three sides. The city sits in a saddle between the two mountains Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu.
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