Peru is undeniably one of South America’s crown jewels: from its array of celebrated archaeological ruins and ancient cultural heritage to its place on the world gastronomy stage (Lima is renowned as South America’s food capital!) to Cuzco—thought to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the America’s. And then, there’s Machu Picchu—dream destination, bucket-list topper—the mysterious citadel of the Incan civilization. This six-night program highlights the best of Peru’s iconic sights
$3,139 per person double occupancy
$3,499 for single reservations. Fuel surcharge, air taxes and fees subject to change. Passport required. Per person deposit is $450.
*After deadline, call 617.338.1111 for availability
Make sure you leave space in your suitcase to indulge in gifts of Peru’s crafts and textiles, from colorful, hand-dyed cushion covers to carefully woven quilts. Along with the textiles, pick up some Peruvian chocolate, a bottle of the national drink, Pisco, and some alpaca-wool scarves.
- Round-trip regularly scheduled flights from Boston to Lima, via a connecting city
- Internal flights
- Six nights' accommodations
- Twelve meals: six breakfasts, three lunches, three dinners with wine or beer
- Round-trip airport/hotel transfers
- Services of professional Tour Director
- DAY 1 Flight from Boston
Hotel Jose Antonio, Lima
- DAYS 2–3 Hotel Jose Antonio, Cuzco
- DAY 4 El MaPi by Inkaterra, Machu Picchu region
- DAYS 5–6 Sonesta Posadas Del Inda Yucay, Sacred Valley
- DAYS 7–8 Overnight flight to Boston
Average Minimum and Maximum Temperatures in Cusco, Peru
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Lima highlights tour. Cuzco highlights tour including the ruins at Kenko and Christo Blanco, traditional dinner and folklore show. Sacred Valley including Pisac Market and ancient Ollantaytambo ruins, scenic train ride to Aguas Calientes. Tour of Machu Picchu, scenic train ride to Urubamba. Free day in the Sacred Valley. OPTIONAL: Sacred Valley—Incan Traditions: Moray, Maras & Cinchero Village.