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Peru Panorama

Dates: Any dates from 2 persons in group.

Amount of days: 15 days / 14 nights.

Destination: Peru.

Where to fly: The programme starts and ends in Lima.

Entering the country: Visa is not required for citizens of Russia, USA, Canada etc.

Accommodation: in 3*Hotels (available to book 4* and 5* hotels for additional price).

Vaccination and PCR-tests: is not required.

Amount of persons in group: from 2 persons.

Tour price: 3400$.


Lake Titicaca
Inca Trail
Machu Picchu




Программа путешествия

Day 1 Lima

Arrive at any time.

If you booked the Lima Cooking Class it does not include extra time in Lima and we highly recommend booking pre-trip accommodation. You will be picked up from your hotel at approx 10:00 and taken to a local market and restaurant to prepare and enjoy a traditional Peruvian meal. You will return back to your hotel around 13:00.

Please note that hot water shortages and power outages can be fairly common in Peru (even in upgraded hotels and private homes). We appreciate your patience and understanding that these occurrences are outside of our control.

Your Welcome Moment: Welcome Meeting – Meet Your CEO and Group

Your opportunity to meet your CEO and fellow travellers, and learn more about your tour. Opt to join the group for a local meal afterwards. Don’t forget to see the notice in the lobby (or ask reception) for the official time and place to meet up with the group.

Below is an example of the hotel we may use in this city. For the actual hotel your specific departure will be using, please check your voucher.

Accommodation: Hotel Santa Cruz (or similar)

Day 2 Lima/Puno

Fly to Juliaca and transfer to Puno. Take it easy in the afternoon, wandering the markets and exploring the city.

Fly to Juliaca then take a short bus ride to Puno, on the shores of Lake Titicaca. Titicaca is also the largest lake in the world above 2000m, and the views from its Islands are stunning.

Visitors arriving in Puno will likely feel the effects of the 3,827m altitude. Symptoms include shortness of breath, headaches, general lethargy, and a reduced appetite. This is no cause for alarm; it is simply your body’s way of coping with the altitude. It may take a little time to acclimatize, but before long you probably will not even notice it. Take it easy for the first day or two, and reduce alcohol and cigarette consumption to minimize the effects. Be sure to drink plenty of water and do not attempt too much in any given day.

Plane: Lima – Juliaca 1h30m Morning

Transfer to the airport in Lima by van (about 45 minutes away) for the short flight to Juliaca.

Private Vehicle: Juliaca – Puno 1h

Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.

Free Time: Spend some time getting acclimatized and exploring the city, be sure to check out the view of the lake.

Accommodation: Pukara House (or similar)

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 3 Puno/Lake Titicaca

Enjoy a guided tour of Lake Titicaca and a homestay in a small village.

Head out by boat across Lake Titicaca. Visit the community on the Taquile Islands and enjoy a local lunch with spectacular views.

Afterwards, cruise to the another village (this can vary based on community availability) for an overnight homestay on the shores of the lake. This experience provides an opportunity to learn more about rural life in the Peruvian highlands and to participate in local traditions. Eat with the family, learn some Quechua and Spanish language skills, try on traditional costumes, and help out with daily chores around the village.

Lake Titicaca Guided Boat Tour Day 1

Board a boat on Lake Titicaca and head to Taquile Island for a delicious Peruvian lunch at a restaurant followed by some shopping at the local weaving cooperatives. (Taquileños are known for their fine handwoven textiles and clothing, men are taught how to knit around age five and they create the majority of the textiles.) After, enjoy an overnight stay with a host family and a chance to learn about life on the islands.

Your Local Living Moment: Lake Titicaca Homestay

Split into smaller groups and get a taste of local life firsthand as we move into family homes for the night. Play soccer with the children, enjoy some dancing, watch dinner being made, learn about regional cuisine, and dress up in local clothes for an unforgettable evening with the whole village, enjoying traditional music and dancing. Lend a hand the next morning, and help out with chores like feeding animals, harvesting local produce, or bringing back buckets of water from the well.

Accommodation: Luquina Homestay (or similar)

Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 4 Lake Titicaca/Puno

Visit the floating islands of Uros before returning to Puno. Opt to visit to Sillustani burial site.

Leave the homestay families late morning and visit the Uros Islands on the way back to Puno. A popular optional activity in Puno is a visit to the spectacular chullpas (funerary towers) of Sillustani, a pre-Inca archaeological site only a short drive away.

Opt to pre-book the Lake Titicaca Kayaking on the checkout page to include this optional activity on your tour or ask your GCO or travel agent for assistance.

Lake Titicaca Guided Boat Tour Day 2

Spend the morning with the homestay families, then depart after lunch. Visit the floating islands of Uros on the way back, and learn about the unique lifestyle of the locals. Meet residents and learn how they built the islands with totora reeds, which are also used to make their homes, boats, crafts (and are also edible!).

Uros Floating Islands Visit

Take a tour of these unique islands. Learn about the buoyant totora reeds that grow in the shallows of Lake Titicaca used to make everything from the islands themselves to the boats the islanders use for transportation (if constructed well, they last up to six months ). Find out from locals how the islands are constructed; as the layers closest to the water start to rot, they are replaced with fresh reeds on top.

Free Time: Make the most of one last afternoon in Puno.

Accommodation: Pukara House (or similar)

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 5 Puno/Cusco

Hop on the bus for a full day’s drive to Cusco.

The trip from Puno to Cusco takes the better part of the day, with stark, beautiful scenery en route as you travel through the high Altiplano region. Check out a bit of Cusco, find a spot for dinner or get prepared to head into the Sacred Valley.

Local Bus: Puno – Cusco 7h-8h Morning

Climb aboard, grab a seat, and enjoy the ride.

Accommodation: Cusco Plaza Saphi (or similar)

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 6 Cusco/Ollantaytambo

Enjoy a full-day guided tour of the Sacred Valley. Stop at the supported women’s weaving co-op before visiting a local pottery making community. Break for lunch at the supported Parwa Community Restaurant in Huchuy Qosco. After lunch, opt to head out on a hike to the Ollantaytambo storehouses and look out over the ruins. Or, wander around the cobblestone streets and visit a local Chicheria (corn beer bar).

Travel through the stunning Sacred Valley of the Incas, visiting a supported women’s weaving co-op. Meet the women and learn about traditional weaving and dyeing. Opt to pick up some handmade souvenirs and textiles directly from the women who made them.

Have lunch at the supported Parwa Community Restaurant. Eat a delicious buffet-style lunch. Proceeds of this meal go directly back to the remote community.

Private Vehicle: Cusco – Ollantaytambo 1h45m Full Day 94km

Make stops along the way as you pass through this gorgeous valley, descending in elevation the whole way.

Your G for Good Moment: Ccaccaccollo Community and Women’s Weaving Co-op visit

Visit the Ccaccaccollo community centre which travellers’ donations helped create in 2005, thereby enabling local women to sell traditional textiles to travellers. See local weaving and dyeing techniques used to create garments and souvenirs, and learn how the Planeterra weaving co-operative has impacted the community and those who visit it. This includes the purchase of alpacas to provide a steady supply of wool, looms, and sewing machines as well as several training courses on production, sales and small business management.

Cuyo Chico Pottery Making Demonstration

In the rural village of Cuyo Chico in the Sacred Valley, a group of families joined together to create a small business based on their traditional adobe ceramic crafts. Using clay from their surroundings, they mold bowls, plates, and all manner of decorations. Learn about the ceramics process as well as the traditional adobe brick-making that forms the basis of houses throughout the valley, all while taking in a spectacular view of the Pisac Ruins. After the demonstration, peruse the items for sale directly from the artisans in their shop.

Your G for Good Moment: Parwa Community Restaurant the Sacred Valley

Contribute to sustainable tourism in Huchuy Qosqo, a small village of 65 families in the Sacred Valley, by eating at the Parwa Community Restaurant. Learn how the resident-run restaurant was kickstarted by the Multilateral Investment Fund, to become a successful farm-to-table program that boosts the local economy and several spin-off microenterprises.

Ollantaytambo Storehouse: Ruins and Hike

Get your blood flowing on a steep hike up to the Pinkuylluna Incan storehouses. Perched on the hill, these ruins provide excellent views of the Sacred Valley and the Ollantaytambo ruins below.

Accommodation: Lilium Valle Hotel (or similar)

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 7 Inca Trail

Depart Ollantaytambo by van to km 82 where the Inca Trail begins. Ease into the adventure with a straightforward day of hiking the meandering streams, stunning Andean scenery, and ancient Incan ruins.

Trek through beautiful scenery, with a variety of flora that changes with the seasons, passing several smaller ruin sites like Llactapata.

A crew of local porters, cooks, and guides will take care of all the details for the duration of the hike. Porters carry the majority of the gear so you’ll only need to carry a small daypack with water, rain gear, snacks, a camera, etc.

Private Vehicle: Ollantaytambo – Inca Trail 45m

Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.

Inca Trail Hike: Inca Trail KM 82 – Wayllabamba Camp 5h-6h 11km

Get your blood pumping on this first day of hiking the Inca trail. The trekking is fairly easy and serves as good training for the next few days. Pass rambling rivers and a small village, and enjoy scenic mountain views; it’s just a taste of what’s to come.

Your G for Good Moment: Handmade Biodegradable Soap Products

Enjoy supported handmade biodegradable soap products, for use on our treks. This Good project empowered local Cusqueña women to start their own business in order to reduce the environmental impact of treks in the region. Planeterra provided $10,000 of seed funding for two young entrepreneurs to register their biodegradable products in order to sell them to the tourism industry. “Esencia Andina” is now a successful business that produces biodegradable soaps, detergents, and natural products for travellers, guides, porters, and cooks on our treks.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8 Inca Trail

Start early to climb the long steep path to Warmiwañusca, better known as Dead Woman’s Pass. This is the highest point of the trek at 4,198m (13,769 ft). Most hikers reach camp by early afternoon, with ample time to rest and relax.

Inca Trail Hike: Wayllabamba Camp – Paqaymayo Camp 6h-7h 12km

Trek over progressively spectacular and steeper terrain on your way to Warmiwañusca (aka Dead Woman’s Pass), the highest point of the trek at 4,198m (13,769ft). Be prepared to face strong Andean weather (blazing sun or cold winds) around the pass. Take the hike slow, and drink lots of water along the way – amazing views are waiting as a reward. Enjoy some ample time to rest and relax after reaching the camp; most campers arrive around early afternoon.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9 Inca Trail

Cross two more passes and ruins on today’s trek. The first pass is Runquraqay at 3,950m (13,113 ft) where, on a clear day, hikers can catch a glimpse of the snow-capped Cordillera Vilcabamba. Hike through the cloud forest on a gentle climb to the second pass of the day, walking through original Incan constructions. The highest point of the pass is 3,700m (12,136 ft). On a clear day, enjoy the spectacular views of the Urubamba Valley. At 3,650m (11,972 ft), reach the ruins of Phuyupatamarca, the “town above the clouds.” Camp here or go another 1.5 hrs to the Wiñay Wayna ruins (“forever young”) located at 2,650m (8,694 ft).

Inca Trail Hike: Paqaymayo Camp – Wiñaywayna 9h 16km

Cross two passes and more ruins along the Inca Trail on the last full day of hiking. Traverse Runquraway at 3,950m (13,113 ft), and then reach the second pass at 3,700m (12,136 ft). Spot the gorgeous Cordillera Vilcabamba and the Urubamba Valley in the distance on a clear day. Camp at either the Phuyupatamarca ruins or the Wiñay Wayna ruins.

Accommodation: Seven Machu Picchu Hotel (or similar)

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10 Machu Picchu/Cusco

The final day of the hike starts pre-dawn to reach the Sun Gate before sunrise. Catch the first views of the breathtaking ruins of Machu Picchu on a clear day. Hike down for a guided tour of the ruins, before your train back to Cusco.

Inca Trail Hike: Wiñaywayna – Machu Picchu 2h-3h 6km

Wake around 03:30 to reach the Sun Gate as early as possible. Head to the checkpoint and join the lineup to wait for the gate to open. Catch the first views of the breathtaking ruins of Machu Picchu (fingers crossed for a clear day). Hike down to Machu Picchu (about 45 mins) for a 1.5 hr guided tour of the site, and free time to explore. Opt to visit the Inca Bridge (a 15-min walk one way) for no additional charge, if time allows.

Catch the bus outside the Machu Picchu gate after your visit for a 25-min downhill ride to Aguas Calientes. Eat and relax before the train ride back to Cusco this evening.

Machu Picchu Guided Tour: Machu Picchu 1h30m-2h Morning

Set off with the local guide to explore Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas. Learn about the history and gain insights into this massive mountaintop citadel while wandering through ancient dwellings, stone temples and along sculpted terraces. Feel the energy of this 15th-century site, now both a UNESCO World Heritage site and voted one of the new Seven Wonders of the World in a worldwide internet poll.

Train: Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo 1h30m-1h45m 31km

Climb aboard, take a seat, and enjoy the ride.

Private Vehicle: Ollantaytambo – Cusco 1h30m-1h45m 60km

Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.

Accommodation: Cusco Plaza Saphi (or similar)

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 11 Cusco

Enjoy a free day to explore Cusco or relax. Choose to pre-book the Cusco Cooking Class. Opt to go whitewater rafting, horseback riding, or mountain biking.

Opt to visit and hike the famed Rainbow Mountain, pre-book on the checkout page to include this optional activity on your tour or ask your GCO or travel agent for assistance.

If you pre-book the Cusco Culinary Bundle, you will be picked up from your hotel at approx 12:30 and taken to a local market and restaurant to prepare and enjoy a traditional Peruvian meal. You will return back to your hotel around 16:00.

Your Discover Moment: Cusco Full Day

There’s plenty to see and do in Cusco, and we wanted to make sure that you had some time to take it all in. Feel free to relax or try optional activities like visiting Museo Inka, Museo de Historia Regional, and whitewater rafting. Your CEO has more ideas if you need them. Just ask!

Accommodation: Cusco Plaza Saphi (or similar)

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 12 Cusco/Tambopata

Fly to Puerto Maldonado and continue by motorized boat to our comfortable and intimate G Lodge Amazon.

Fly to Puerto Maldonado, deep in the lowlands of the Amazon Jungle.

After a brief stop in town to store large luggage, drive to the pier and travel by covered motorized boat to the jungle lodge. En route, spot bird species typical to the river and forest edge. The Tambopata Rainforest area holds the world record for the most bird sightings in one area.

Local community members make up the majority of lodge staff, including multilingual naturalist guides. Take the opportunity to learn about the area’s rich flora and fauna and locals’ extensive use of medicinal plants and other forest plant resources through traditional techniques for building, fishing, and hunting.

The lodge itself combines native architectural style and materials with low-impact, eco-friendly technology. Rooms are simple, but comfortable, with mosquito netting for individual beds, flush toilets, showers (with solar-heated hot water), and candles for lighting (no electricity).

Plane: Cusco – Puerto Maldonado 1h

On arrival, head by private vehicle to the lodge’s office in Puerto Maldonado to store large luggage. Use one of the provided duffels to bring just what you need into the jungle. From there, travel about 1 hr to reach the boat landing.

Motorized Canoe: Puerto Maldonado – Tambopata 3h

Climb in and move swiftly through the water to the next stop.

Wildlife-spotting Night Walk: Tambopata

Get the lowdown on local flora and fauna, and grab a flashlight to discover what’s living around lodge grounds. Receive help from the talented, expert naturalist guide to locate heaps of hidden creatures! Keep an eye out for snakes, tarantulas, owls, and poison dart frogs, just to name a few.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13 Tambopata

Enjoy guided excursions led by expert naturalists to spot wildlife at nearby oxbow lakes and along jungle trails. Spend some time relaxing in a hammock, enjoying the local swimming hole, or visiting a nearby plantation. Go on a caiman spotting cruise after dinner.

Head out early to catch the jungle at its wildest (and coolest). Walk slowly through the forest searching for wildlife before heading out on an oxbow lake by canoe. Search for anaconda, the elusive giant river otter, or black caiman. Even if you don’t spot these shy creatures, there are plenty of other birds, interesting plants, and other animals about.

Jungle Excursions: Tambopata

Enjoy visits to oxbow lakes to learn about the jungle and its inhabitants. Be introduced to the area’s rich flora and fauna by expert naturalist guides, who can teach extensive uses for medicinal and other forest plant resources through traditional techniques. Be prepared to go early morning or evening to avoid the heat of midday. Enjoy a leisurely pace – the trip requires some walking, but nothing too strenuous.

Free Time: Tambopata Afternoon

Spend time around the lodge or go further afield. Free time is yours to explore any way you like!

Caiman-Spotting Cruise: Tambopata Evening

Head out after dark by motorized canoe to search for caimans on the river banks. Enjoy a lesson on caimans from the expert guide. Take advantage of the keen eyes of the expert naturalist guides – they are truly spectacular at spotting these elusive smaller cousins of alligators hiding on the muddy banks.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14 Tambopata/Lima

Fly back to Lima for an optional final dinner and night out.

Enjoy a delicious Amazonian breakfast before heading back to the airport by motorized boat and van. Fly to Lima and opt for a final night out for dinner or Pisco Sours.

Motorized Canoe: Tambopata – Puerto Maldonado 3h

Climb in and move swiftly through the water to the next stop.

Plane: Puerto Maldonado – Lima 1h30m-2h

Take a van from the pier to pick up stored luggage before heading to the Puerto Maldonado airport. Make a brief stop in Cusco en route to Lima. A private vehicle will be waiting to take the group to the Lima hotel.

Accommodation: Hotel Santa Cruz (or similar)

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 15 Lima

Depart at any time.


Стоимость путешествия



Programme incudes:

-Your G for Good Moment: Ccaccaccollo Community and Women’s Weaving Co-op visit, Ccaccaccollo
-Your G for Good Moment: Parwa Community Restaurant the Sacred Valley, Lamay
-Your G for Good Moment: Handmade Biodegradable Soap Products
-Your Welcome Moment: Welcome Meeting – Meet Your CEO and Group
-Your Local Living Moment: Lake Titicaca Homestay, Lake Titicaca
-Your Discover Moment: Cusco
-Floating islands of Uros visit
-Lake Titicaca guided tour
-Sacred Valley guided tour
-Pottery making demonstration
-Inca Trail guided hike with cooks and porters (4 days)
-Machu Picchu guided tour
-Amazon Jungle stay at the exclusive G Lodge Amazon (3 days)
-Guided excursions with naturalists
-Rubber boot use
-Internal flights
-All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
Accommodations: Hotels/guesthouses (8 nts), camping (3 nts), G Lodge Amazon (2 nts), homestay (1 nt).
-Meals: 14 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 6 dinners. Allow USD260-340 for meals not included.
-Transportation: Public bus, private van, plane, train, boat, canoe, hiking.
-Staff & experts: CEO (Chief Experience Officer) throughout, specialist Inca Trail CEO on hike, expert jungle guide in Amazon.

Available extras:

Cusco Cooking Class – From $46.00
Channel your inner chef with a Peruvian cooking class. Head back to the kitchen for a hands-on lesson and learn to prepare local Peruvian specialties.

-Lake Titicaca Kayak Excursion – From $59.00
Begin your journey early in the morning by transfering from the hotel to the port, then head out by motorboat to the base camp at the Peninsula of Capachica, a 2.5 hr trip. Learn about sea kayaking from our guide and paddle towards Taquile Island and enjoy the beauty and serenity of the moment. Hike to a village upon arrival and enjoy lunch with the locals. Continue on by motor boat to Amantani Island to meet your hosts for the night.

-Lima Cooking Class (4hrs) – From $79.00
Get a taste of Peruvian cuisine, visit local markets, sample exotic fruit, select fresh ingredients, and try your hand at preparing unique Peruvian dishes influenced by China, Italy, West Africa, and Japan.

-Rainbow Mountain Hike – Full-day Trip – From $50.00
Lookout over these colourful Andean mountains striped with maroon, turquoise, lavender, and gold. The sediment, elevation, and proximity to the ocean create a landscape that has to be seen to be believed. Get started early to drive around 2 hours to the starting point of this challenging, yet rewarding full-day hike. Reaching 5,029m (16,500 ft) this 14km hike is no walk in the park, but these unique mountains do not disappoint.

-My Own Room – From $679.00
If you’re travelling solo and would prefer to have your own private room throughout your trip, select this option during the online booking process.