Classic Perú

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Lima, Cusco, Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu

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Classic By Wonder Travel

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Dates

  • Thu, 19 Sep / 24 - Wed, 25 Sep / 24

    USD 1,140

    Per Person

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Itinerary Classic Perú

  • Day 1

    Welcome to Perú

    Upon your arrival at Lima's airport, your guide and private transport will be waiting for you to take you to your accomodation. You will have the first day to do some free explorations of Lima, home to some of the best restaurants in the world.

    Highlights

    Welcome to Perú

    Includes

    Transportation
    Wonder Staff
    Accommodation

  • Day 2

    Lima street food tour

    Experience the city of Lima through its diverse flavours while visiting its main attractions! This 13-course tour promises an immersive experience into the world famous peruvian cuisine and its origins.

    Highlights

    Lima City Tour
    Plaza de armas visit
    13-course street food tour

    Includes

    Breakfast
    Transportation
    Wonder Staff
    Activities & Entrances
    Accommodation

  • Day 3

    From Lima to Cusco

    Take a private transfer to Lima's airport to catch your flight to Cusco. Upon arrival, meet your photographer guide, who will take you to visit the San Blas Quartier, next to the ancient road of Hatun Rumiyoc, a narrow pedestrian street. Here you'll see the famous Inca walls, where huge stones are precisely carved to fit together without mud or concrete. You will find the masterpiece, the 12-angled stone, about halfway down the street. The neighborhood of San Blas is also known as the "Neighborhood of the Artists" or "the Neighborhood of Craftsmen" due to the amount artisan shops and workshops found in the area. San Blas is also home to the San Blas Church, one of the oldest churches in Cusco, which was built in 1563. You can also visit San Pedro market, a local market, one of Peru's most colorful and vibrant markets.

    Highlights

    Photographic walking Tour of Cusco

    Includes

    Breakfast
    Transportation
    Domestic flight Lima-Cusco
    Bilingual guide & professional photographer
    Cusco City tour
    Accommodation

  • Day 4

    Ancient Ruins and 'Payment to the Earth' Ceremony

    Visit the nearby ruins of Cuzco, where the Sacsayhuaman & Puca Pucara Fortresses will immerse you in a journey back in time.
    Ever heard the phrase "Pacha Mama"? Understand the baggage behind it and what it truly means in a holy ceremony. Make a symbolical payment to the Apus, sacred mountain deities, who, if you let them, will guide you towards reconnecting with and being grateful for the gifts of nature.

    Highlights

    Excursion to Nearby Ruins
    Payment to the Earth Ceremony

    Includes

    Breakfast
    Transportation
    Bilingual guide
    Cusco Ruins entrance ticket
    Accommodation

  • Day 5

    From Cusco to Ollantaytambo

    The Sacred Valley, nestled between Cusco and Machu Picchu, holds great significance for the Incas due to its favorable climate and fertile lands. This full-day tour begins with a visit to the Pisac Andean market, providing insights into the local culture and an opportunity for meaningful shopping. Explore Awanacancha among andean camelids like llamas and alpacas, where you can learn traditional weaving techniques as their fur is transformed into beautiful garments. In the afternoon, explore the Ollantaytambo Ruins, including the well-preserved site of Hanan Huacaypata, known for its elegantly crafted stone walls.

    Highlights

    Sacred Valley visit with Awanacancha
    Pisac Market

    Includes

    Breakfast
    Transportation
    Activities & Entrances
    Accommodation

  • Day 6

    Machu Picchu

    Delight in the incredible landscape along the route to Machu Picchu. You will meet your guide in Aguas Calientes, who will then take you to Machu Picchu and give you a guided tour through the archeological site. Machu Picchu was only re-discovered in 1911 by the explorer Hiram Bingham. It is considered to be one of the most extraordinary examples of landscapes architecture in the world. Machu Picchu was declared a Peruvian Historical Sanctuary in 1981 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. Walk through history as you learn about the mighty but misterious Inca Empire. In the afternoon, as you leave the aweinspiring scenery of Machu Picchu behind, take the world famous Voyager train down from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo, where you'll head back to Cusco.

    Highlights

    Train to and from Machu Picchu
    Machu Picchu Guided Tour

    Includes

    Breakfast
    Transportation
    Voyager train ticket roundtrip
    Activities & Entrances
    Accommodation

  • Day 7

    End of the adventure

    On the last day you will be taken to the airport for your onward journey. Where to next?!

    Highlights

    Free exploration of Cusco

    Includes

    Desayuno
    Transporte
    Staff de Wonder

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What's included?

Digital travel buddy (your online concierge)

Accommodation

Transportation

Activities

Wonder Staff

Some Meals

Accommodation

Shared accommodation in 3 star hostel, one of the largest hostel chains in Latin America

Private accommodation in 3 star hotel

Meals

Breakfasts: All

Transportation

Private transportation

Walking

Train

Staff and Experts

Wonder Staff who will be joining the trip and making logistics smooth

Local guides and experts

Important Reminders

Sustainable Tourism: Help preserve Perú's natural beauty by practicing responsible and sustainable tourism. Respect the environment, avoid leaving litter, and support local eco-friendly initiatives.

Respect for Local Customs: Embrace the local customs and traditions with an open mind. Show respect for the culture and always ask for permission before taking photographs of individuals or their homes.

Travel Safety: It's essential to stay vigilant and follow your tour guide's instructions.

Impact Travel

How will your trip make an impact ?

  • Approx. 80% of the sale value stays in the local area.
  • You help establish tourism as a livelihood for vulnerable communities.
  • You encourage the conservation of natural ecosystems that nature tourism depends on.
  • You promote cultural exchange and help preserve centuries-old traditions.
  • You contribute to communities taking ownership of their territory and fostering a deeper connection with nature.

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