Essential Peru

Essential Peru

Start: Lima Finish: Lima

Visiting: Machu Picchu, Nazca Lines, Cuzco, Lake Titicaca, Colca Canyon, Plaza de Armas, Lima, Puno, Paracas, Sacsayhuaman, Ballestas Islands, Altiplano, Ollantaytambo, Andes


Duration: 14 Nights

Physical rating: Leisurely / Moderate

Special diets catered: Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

Tour code: APD

Tour operator: Exodus

Group size: 5 - 18

Age range: 16 to 99

Tour operated in: English


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Tour Overview

A spectacular journey through Peru's varied landscape encompassing coastal desert, snow-capped Andean peaks, the high altiplano and lush cloud forest. The most famous sites are all visited including the mysterious Nazca Lines, awe-inspiring Machu Picchu in its incredible mountaintop setting, Lake Titicaca, where the night is spent in an island homestay, and the remarkable 3000m deep Colca Canyon. On the way we encounter traditional culture, condors, llamas, and a warm welcome from the Peruvian people.The 18 June departures in 2022 and 2023 coincide with Inti Raymi Festival in Cuzco. Translated as 'Festival of the Sun' it is the most important of all Andean festivals; during this time Cuzco is filled with colourful processions and festivities. For full details on this itinerary, search for trip code APDA.

Highlights

  • iconDiscover the iconic Machu Picchu by train with guided tour
  • iconHomestay on traditional Amantani Island, Lake Titicaca
  • iconSee Colca Canyon and its soaring condors
  • iconDrive deep into the Andean highlands and the Apurimac Valley
  • iconWander through the colonial city of Arequipa and the Santa Catalina Convent
  • iconDiscover the iconic Machu Picchu by train with guided tourHomestay on traditional Amantani Island, Lake TiticacaSee Colca Canyon and its soaring condorsWander through the colonial city of Arequipa and the Santa Catalina ConventDrive deep into the Andean highlands and the Apurimac Valley

Itinerary

icon Day 1 : Start Lima.

Those travelling on the group flights and those who have booked a transfer
through Exodus will be met at the airport and transferred to our hotel in the
Miraflores district of Lima. There will be a notice board in the hotel
reception with details of where and when the group welcome briefing will be
held.Hotel El Tambo 1 (or similar)

icon Day 2 : Drive south along the coast and sail to the Ballestas Islands, home to the highest concentration of marine birds in the world; overnight in Ica.

Meals: breakfast

We set off very early this morning (around 5.30am) and drive south from Lima
until we reach the port of Paracas (4-5 hours' drive). The Ballestas Islands
lie a short distance off the coast here and are home to one of the highest
concentrations of seabirds in the world – we visit them by boat.On the
outward journey we pass the curious pre-Inca Candelabra geoglyph, a huge
(over 150m high) three-pronged trident shape etched into the sandy hillside,
the origin and purpose of which remains unknown (although there are many
theories). Upon reaching the islands we explore the caves and rock archways
by boat and observe the Sea lion and Fur seal colonies as well as Humboldt
penguins and an array of birds such as cormorants, pelicans, tendrils, and
Peruvian Blue-footed booby birds.The boats are open-top motorised boats and
are shared with other non-Exodus clients (occasionally the sea is too rough
and the boats can't operate). Take heed of seabirds above – it is
advisable to wear a hat! The boat trip lasts around two hours.Once back on
dry land we drive for an hour or so to Ica, the heart of Peru's wine-growing
region where we spend the night.Hotel Vila Jazmin (or similar)

icon Day 3 : On to Nazca; see the Nazca lines; optional scenic flight.

Meals: breakfast

We drive towards Nazca, stopping to visit the viewing platforms overlooking
the Nazca Lines. These are one of the world's great archaeological mysteries,
consisting of enormous drawings and patterns etched in the desert sand.In the
afternoon, for those who wish there is usually time to take a scenic flight
over the Nazca Lines (additional cost), weather permitting. Due to the small
planes used, this is not suitable for those with a fear of flying or who
suffer from travel sickness. Alternatively, your leader can help arrange
optional visits to the nearby burial grounds, Antonini Museum, or the
Planetarium.Casa Andina Hotel / Alegria (or similar) 

icon Day 4 : Turn inland from coastal desert, climbing high into the Andes.

Meals: breakfast

We turn inland from the coastal desert today, climbing high into the Andes on
today's long (12-13 hrs) but spectacular drive. Vicuñas (a smaller wild
relative of the llama) can be seen along this road, as this area is Peru's
largest vicuña reserve. This region has only recently become easily
accessible to tourists due to an upgrade of the Abancay/Chalhuanca road. The
altitude here can make physical exertion difficult (the highest point we
reach today is Negro Mayu, a high pass at approx. 4600m). It is recommended
to rest in the evening. Tonight, we stay in Abancay on the road to
Cuzco.Hotel de Turistas Abancay (or similar)

icon Day 5 : Drive to Cuzco (3400m) visiting Inca sites on the way.

Meals: breakfast

We set off towards Cuzco this morning, stopping to visit the unique Inca
Saywiti stone and Tarawasi ruins. The glaciated summits of the Vilcabamba
Mountain range and the descent into the Apurimac River valley demonstrate the
dramatic contrasts of the Andes Mountains, and we should expect stunning
scenery throughout today's 7-8 hour drive. It is recommended to take it easy
upon arrival into Cuzco and to drink plenty of water to allow your body time
to acclimatise to the altitude (3,400m).Hotel Casa Andina Koricancha (or
similar)

icon Day 6 : Free day to explore Cuzco.

Meals: breakfast

To help acclimatise, we have a relaxed walking tour this morning to discover
its historic buildings and winding streets of Cuzco, one of South America's
most beautiful cities. The rest of the day has been left free for exploring
on your own. The Plaza de Armas is a fantastic spot for people watching, and
the Koricancha Sun Temple located in the Santo Domingo Church and monastery
is worth a visit. The Mercado San Pedro is the place to try some local
produce and there are many handicraft markets to shop for souvenirs such as
alpaca jumpers and scarves. Outside the town are more Inca ruins, notably the
fortress of Sacsayhuaman where the Inca armies made their last stand against
the Conquistadores. A combined entrance fee (Tourist Ticket) for these sites
and many others is recommended – please see the Optional Excursions
section below for prices. Sightseeing excursions to places outside Cuzco,
including the Sacred Valley of the Incas, are also available. Please ask your
tour leader.Hotel Casa Andina Koricancha (or similar)

icon Day 7 : Train to Aguas Calientes; tour of Machu Picchu.

Meals: breakfast

For most people, the highlight of the trip is the visit by train to the
greatest ruin in the world, the lost city of Machu Picchu. This is one of the
architectural and engineering marvels of the ancient world, in a mountain
setting of staggering immensity. The Spaniards never found it; the Incas left
no records of it, so Machu Picchu remains a great enigma, a city lost for
centuries in the jungle until it was rediscovered in 1911 by the American
historian Hiram Bingham.We transfer to Ollantaytambo train station to catch a
train to Aguas Calientes (the town below Machu Picchu). The railway line
follows a beautiful route through the Urubamba River Valley. In the afternoon
we take a short bus ride up the winding road to Machu Picchu for a guided
tour of the ruins. New regulations for visiting Machu Picchu are now fully
enforced; you will be limited to a maximum of four hours within the site and
must be accompanied by a guide. There will also be three set routes to follow
around Machu Picchu; Exodus selects the most comprehensive route. Please note
that exploring the ruins involves a reasonable amount of walking, including
up and down steep and uneven stone steps. Visiting in the afternoon tends to
be quieter than the mornings and the mist which shrouds the ruins at dawn has
usually dispersed. Inti Punku El Tambo (or similar)

icon Day 8 : Free morning or optional second visit to Machu Picchu; afternoon return to Cuzco by train and by road.

Meals: breakfast

Today we have a free morning to enjoy the buzz of this little town in the
jungle below the ruins. There are some hot springs nearby, however they tend
to suffer from overcrowding and therefore poor water quality, so are not
recommended.Should you wish to visit Machu Picchu again this morning, your
leader will help you to purchase a second entrance ticket (subject to
availability) which will allow you a further four hours to explore the 'Lost
City' – for the second visit it is not mandatory to have a guide. At the
time of writing a morning ticket costs PEN152 (approx. US$47).In the
afternoon we board the train back to Ollantaytambo and then continue by
minibus to Cuzco, arriving in the late evening.Hotel Casa Andina Koricancha
(or similar)

icon Day 9 : Free day for optional excursions.

Meals: breakfast

We have a final chance to enjoy the sights and shopping of this beautiful
city. If you fancy something more active then there is an array of optional
activities available from Cuzco that your leader can organise. These include
paddle-boarding on a lake, mountain biking, or a combination of via ferrata
and zip-lining in the Sacred Valley.Hotel Casa Andina Koricancha (or
similar)

icon Day 10 : Drive to Lake Titicaca (3800m), with stops en route; boat to Amantani Island for homestay.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Today we travel for 8-10 hours along the Vilcanota River and onto the
altiplano, the high plains separating the Andes from the jungle. Although it
is quite a long drive, the views are often spectacular. There are scheduled
stops at interesting sites to help break up the day and we will get to
appreciate the immensity of the Andean landscapes. This afternoon we arrive
at the shores of Lake Titicaca (3800m) and board a boat for our trip to
Amantani Island. Hiking around the island offers great views across the lake,
whilst the night spent with a local family is a fantastic cultural insight
into lives very different to our own. (A packed lunch is included
today).Amantani Island homestay (Basic)

icon Day 11 : Explore the island; afternoon boat to Puno visiting the floating reed islands.

Meals: breakfast

We explore the island in the morning before boarding our boat for the
three-hour journey to Puno on the lakeshore. On the way, we visit the Titinos
Indians, who live on islands of floating reeds and, save for a few modest
concessions to the modern world, still live as their ancestors would have
done centuries ago. Most tours visit the Uros islands closer to the shore but
we go to the more isolated Titinos Islands for a more authentic
experience.Casona Plaza Hotel (or similar)

icon Day 12 : Drive across the altiplano to Colca Canyon.

Meals: breakfast

Today we head off across the altiplano again. This time we cross to the
south-west, heading back towards the coast to the high Colca Canyon (5-6
hours' drive). En route we have opportunities to see vicuñas and possibly
flamingos, crossing the Pataampa Pass (4810m) before descending into what is
considered to be the second deepest canyon in the Americas (the deepest, the
Cotahuasi Canyon, is also in Peru). There is time in the evening for a visit
to the hot springs near the main town of Chivay (3635m) – a warming
pleasure after the chill of Lake Titicaca.Hotel Pozo del Cielo (or similar)

icon Day 13 : Morning condor viewing; afternoon drive past huge volcanoes to the 'White City' of Arequipa (2350m).

Meals: breakfast

An early start to view condors soaring on the morning drafts rising out of
the canyon. Extensive terraces, stunning colonial churches, and burial tombs
are viewed before we ascend out of the canyon and cross Patapampa Pass
(4910m) on our way to Arequipa, known as the 'White City' due to the pale
volcanic stone used to construct many of its colonial buildings. The
picturesque city enjoys a year-round pleasant climate and is surrounded by
6000m volcanoes, including the near-perfect cone of El Misti.Ensueño Hotel
or Su Majestad Hotel  (or similar) 

icon Day 14 : Morning visit Santa Catalina Convent; afternoon fly to Lima.

Meals: breakfast

In the morning we visit the huge and serene convent of Santa Catalina. Built
in 1580 and only opened to the outside world in the 1970s, it offers a rare
insight into the lives led by the nuns and has changed little through the
centuries. There are still around 20 nuns living in the northern corner of
the complex. In the afternoon or evening we fly to Lima where will transfer
to our hotel in Miraflores.Hotel El Tambo 1 (or similar)

icon Day 15 : End Lima.

Meals: breakfast

There is time today for optional tours of Lima including visits to the Gold
Museum and tours of the historic downtown before we are transferred to the
airport in the afternoon for the overnight flight to London.

What's Included

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    Arrival and departure transfers

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    All accommodation 

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    All breakfasts, 1 lunch and 1 dinner

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    All transport and listed activities

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    Tour leader throughout

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    Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

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    Meals

    14 breakfasts, 1 lunches, 1 dinners.

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    All breakfasts, 1 lunch and 1 dinnerAll accommodation All transport and listed activitiesTour leader throughoutFlights from London (if booking incl. flights)Arrival and departure transfers

What's Not Included

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    Visas or vaccinations

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    Travel insurance

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    Single accommodation (available on request)

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    Travel insuranceSingle accommodation (available on request)Visas or vaccinations

Food

All breakfasts, 1 lunch and 1 dinner (at the homestay) are included.The tap water in Peru is not safe to drink. Drinking water will be provided in large containers free of charge; please bring a refillable bottle with you.Hotel breakfasts are normally simple buffet-style affairs, usually including bread/toast and jam, cereal, sometimes eggs or a cooked dish, sometimes fruit, tea/coffee and fruit juice. Regrettably, we cannot guarantee that wheat/gluten free products will be available for breakfast in all locations – if you have an intolerance you may wish to bring your own breakfast food from home.Where lunch and dinner are not included we'll visit a variety of local cafes and restaurants.Peruvian cuisine has developed a reputation for its flavours and originality and it’s well worth trying out a few of the local delicacies. Amongst these are ceviche (a spicy dish of seafood or fish marinated in lime juice), lomo saltado (a Peruvian take on a beef stir-fry) and various hearty soups such as the delicious quinoa soup. Other dishes include roasted cuy (guinea pig), Alpaca steak, and to drink, the national beverage: Pisco Sour.

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Reviews

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Beyond my expectations
Guiliano was absolutely amazing. I couldn't have asked for anything more from the trip! There is some long drives as stated but the views and the stops you make are ....more Guiliano was absolutely amazing.

I couldn't have asked for anything more from the trip! There is some long drives as stated but the views and the stops you make are unreal!; ....less
Essential Peru
This is a fantastic, if tiring, trip. Peru is a stunning country and a must-see. I had my breath taken away on countless occasions by the scenery and I feel ....more This is a fantastic, if tiring, trip.

Peru is a stunning country and a must-see.

I had my breath taken away on countless occasions by the scenery and I feel privileged to have experienced such a diverse and interesting country and people.

Don't hesitate to do this trip, but do be aware that it is a packed itinerary and don't underestimate the relentless early mornings!; ....less
Essential Peru
Our trip to Peru was amazing. The diversity of the country was immense. We didn't know there were so many climates in the country of Peru. Our trip to Peru was amazing.

The diversity of the country was immense.

We didn't know there were so many climates in the country of Peru.

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Wonderfully varied trip
Loved Peru. Land of contrasts and dramatic scenery, from the soaring peaks of the Andes to the world's second deepest canyon and the highest navigable lake, from the simple ....more Loved Peru.

Land of contrasts and dramatic scenery, from the soaring peaks of the Andes to the world's second deepest canyon and the highest navigable lake, from the simple lifestyle of the Titicaca islands to the sophistication of Miraflores in Lima.

The surprise of a desert oasis with towering sandunes.

Basking seals among rows of pelicans and boobies on the offshore islands, majestic condors in the canyon, and cute alpacas and even cuter vicunas.

Impressive Incan structures - from Machu Pichu to terraced mountainsides, and the elegant colonial architecture of the Spanish.

The trip notes mention the early starts and long hours on the bus - this is true, but the spectacular scenery provides an excellent distraction.

The bus itself was large, and although it lacked a little of the camaraderie I've experienced on smaller mini-buses with Exodus in the past, the space to spread out and the on-board loo were appreciated.

My attitude is that the hours of travel are the price you pay for seeing so much, and those are the memories that remain.

I loved the variety of scenery and activities on this trip.

I thought it was very well put together, including allowing for a gradual adjustment to altitude.

; ....less
Essential Peru
Essential Peru features an excellent itinerary and is well carried out on a comfortable bus with ample comfort and food stops. The gradual ascent into the highlands enables one to ....more Essential Peru features an excellent itinerary and is well carried out on a comfortable bus with ample comfort and food stops.

The gradual ascent into the highlands enables one to gradually get used to the altitude.

There were more than a few early departures, but the rewards were great! Exodus fulfilled all its' promises.

Airport pickup and drop off were accomplished with no inconvenience.

The hotels used on the trip were well beyond the bare bones that I was expecting.

It was a wonderful experience!; ....less
ESSENTIAL PERU
Peru is a beautiful country - there's lots to see and experience  Peru is a beautiful country - there's lots to see and experience ;
Essential Peru June 2014
An excellent holiday, well organised, great venues and good company. Recommended to anyone else who wants to see the essential Peru. An excellent holiday, well organised, great venues and good company.

Recommended to anyone else who wants to see the essential Peru.

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Amazing Trip!
I had always wanted to see Machu Picchu and the Nazca Lines after seeing pictures of them in an old encyclopedia when I was 16 - now, 45 years later ....more I had always wanted to see Machu Picchu and the Nazca Lines after seeing pictures of them in an old encyclopedia when I was 16 - now, 45 years later I realized my dream - and they did not disappoint! But Peru is just so much more than these two sites - incredible though they both are, the country is an absolute masterpiece of one gem after another.

The scenery is spectacular, and you get to see wildlife [llamas, alpacas, vicunas, condors and flamingos] close up in the wild.

We marveled at the beauty and ingenuity of many ancient Inca sites, and the colonial cities of Cuzco and Arequipa are an absolute delight.

The Peruvian people are warm and friendly, and we felt safe throughout the entire trip.

If you are an adventurous eater you will love the alpaca steaks!We were also given adequate water daily - really important as you must keep well hydrated for this trip.

We looked at many travel tour operators trips to Peru, but settled on Exodus because not many of them included the Nazca Lines, and those that did charged practically double - we are so pleased we went with Exodus, as we really don't know how anyone could have delivered it better!; ....less
Essential Peru
Don't be put off by the early starts and long journeys this is a fantastic trip! You will visit amazing places and meet some equally amazing people. A brilliant experience ....more Don't be put off by the early starts and long journeys this is a fantastic trip! You will visit amazing places and meet some equally amazing people.

A brilliant experience all round; ....less
Fantastic trip
Almost every day was a highlight . Yes, there were long days and long bus rides but they absolutely worth it to get up at 4 am to see the ....more Almost every day was a highlight .

Yes, there were long days and long bus rides but they absolutely worth it to get up at 4 am to see the scenery outside the window of the moving bus; ....less

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Sep 01, 2023

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Sep 15, 2023

Friday

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Sep 15, 2023

Friday

8 +

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Multiple Room Types Multiple room types available. Choose your preferred room type when you book.

Sep 15, 2023

Friday

From

$3268

Sep 29, 2023

Friday

8 +

Places Available

Sep 29, 2023

Friday

8 +

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$3268


Multiple Room Types Multiple room types available. Choose your preferred room type when you book.

Sep 29, 2023

Friday

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$3268

Oct 13, 2023

Friday

8 +

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Oct 13, 2023

Friday

8 +

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Multiple Room Types Multiple room types available. Choose your preferred room type when you book.

Oct 20, 2023

Friday

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Nov 03, 2023

Friday

8 +

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Nov 03, 2023

Friday

8 +

Places Available

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Multiple Room Types Multiple room types available. Choose your preferred room type when you book.

Nov 03, 2023

Friday

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Nov 17, 2023

Friday

8 +

Places Available

Nov 17, 2023

Friday

8 +

Places Available

From

$3268


Multiple Room Types Multiple room types available. Choose your preferred room type when you book.