Peru is a fascinating country with an incredibly rich cultural history and an equally amazing range of scenery, landscapes and wildlife.
As Lonely Planet say: "Like a continent in miniature, Peru will astound you with its diversity. Not even fierce Inca warriors or Spanish conquistadors could totally dominate such jaw-dropping terrain, from glaciated Andean peaks where majestic condors soar, to almost limitless coastal deserts, to the steamy rainforests of the Amazon basin. Peru is home to snow-capped mountains, giant sand dunes, flocks of brightly hued tropical birds, postcard-perfect volcanoes and rocky Pacific outcroppings inhabited by argumentative sea lions that will send your camera into overdrive."
We couldn't say it better ourselves
We can arrange a completely customised private tour of Peru for you covering as much or as little of the country as you like.
Besides Machu Picchu and Cuzco our favourite destinations are Lake Titicaca, the Amazon Jungle, Colca Canyon and the Nazca Lines. These can be combined in a circular tour of about 3 weeks ending with your Machu Picchu trek or into shorter tours however you prefer.
You can find more about each destination by following the links below but if there is anything more you would like to know please do contact us.
If you have a couple of days to spare you will not be short of things to do in Cuzco and we offer a range of guided tours to make sure you get to see the best of the city and the Sacred Valley...Read More
We can arrange an extension to your Machu Picchu trek to visit this region or incorporate this into a longer circuit visiting all of the best of Peru. Whatever you have in mind give us a call to discuss the fantastic range of options....Read More
Canoe through the flood plains of the Amazon rainforest, being woken in the jungle by the noise of a thousand birds or the cry of howler monkeys. We can arrange trips to the Amazon from as little as three days...Read More
The Nazca Lines are what archaeologists call geoglyphs: patterns carved into the ground creating immense images. The best way to view them is to take a flight to see them from the air.
All our trips to Colca Canyon start from the beautiful colonial city of Arequipa located at an elevation of 2380m at the foot of the now dormant Misti Volcano. Adding in a walking tour of Arequipa and a visit to Colca Canyon is a great way to acclimatise before you begin your trek to Machu Picchu.