On arrival at Lima you will be assisted and transferred to your Hotel. Overnight in Lima.
Lima walking City Tour
After breakfast, you will discover the history and traditions hidden in every corner of the capital of Peru. Your tour starts visiting the market of Surquillo where you can try some exotic fruits and vegetables grown in the country. Continuing the tour, you will see the downtown, stopping at El Cordano bar, a Lima institution since 1905. This old-world dining hall with swinging, “saloon-style” doors and it has received practically every Peruvian president for the last 100 years as a customer. From here, you will visit The Archbishop’s Palace; it was the residence of the Archbishop and the administrative headquarters of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lima. The current building is considered a prime example of neo-colonial architectural that developed in Lima. Then, you will pass through The Jiron de la Union, a pedestrian street that for many years was one of the most important boulevards of the city. After, you will visit the Piscosour at El Bolivar Hotel, that was declared an Historical monument on 1972. Finally, you will visit the modern part of Lima, passing through Huaca Huallamarca and ending in Miraflores with a pleasant 10-minute walk in the Malecon with a nice ocean view.
Visit Barranco Bohemian
In the afternoon, you will visit Barranco. It is a pleasant suburb of Lima that has kept its character much better than most of the city, and is the bohemian heart of the city. Continuing your tour, you will visit Pedro de Osma Museum. The privately-run Museo de Arte Virreynal Pedro de Osma has an exquisite collection of colonial art and furniture, as well as metalwork and sculpture from all over Peru. Later, you will see Las Pallas, a stunning arts and crafts shop in the heart of Barranco. With color and striking designs, the variety of crafts sold in the gift shop at Las Pallas can be anything from weaving, ceramics and paintings to masks, baskets, charms and amulets. Return to your hotel. Overnight in Lima. Free Night.
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the Airport.
On arrival in Cuzco, you will be assisted and transferred to your selected Hotel.
Walking city tour
In the afternoon, you will start a walking city tour. The journey starts at district of San Blas, with winding streets, whitewashed houses, blue balconies hung with geranium-filled flowerpots, uneven line of the tiled rooftops and the endless stairways. The neighborhood is known for being the home of folk artists of Cusco. For centuries, they have used their hands to tell the tale of their longings and frustrations working in stone and woodcarving, sculpture, doll-making, silverware, weaving and textile arts, gold-leaf, mask-making, and an array of ceramics in utilitarian, architectural, sculptural, monumental, and grotesque and many other styles. One of the most famous artists is Edilberto Merida. He looked to religion for his primary inspiration, but he moved away from traditional religious images, by making grotesque images with exaggerated features. It is a form of sculpture that has come to be known as “mud of protest.” His style is one of expressionism and has thus been referred to as Expressionism Indio. Then, you will visit the Pre-Columbian Art Museum, the only museum in Peru dedicated to rebound the arts of ancient Peruvian cultures. The collection of 450 master pieces dated from 1250 B.C to.1532 A.D. Continuing your tour, you will see the Cathedral, the Main Square, the Korikancha temple. Return to your hotel. Free Afternoon to Explore Cuzco. At night, around 19:00, you will be transferred to Ciciollina`s restaurant. There you will appreciate the best of music and food of Peru. Return to your hotel. Overnight in Cuzco. FREE NIGHT.
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
After breakfast, around 8:30AM, our guide will pick you up from your hotel (Cusco) and drive through the mountains towards the Sacred Valley of the Incas until we reach the river located in Pachar. Here you will receive your rafting equipment and a safety briefing. (Toilet facilities are available). You will continue travelling towards Ollantaytambo and finish at “El Resbaladero” (The Slide). The, you will stop for Lunch in a traditional restaurant located on the riverside and owned by the local community family. This is a great chance to enjoy the Andean cuisine while supporting community projects. After lunch, you will rest for a short while before starting two hours hike to Ollantaytambo. It will pass along Andean Terraces, that is still being used by local villagers for farming. At the top, you will reach a Mirador. There you can have a spectacular view of Ollantaytambo Inca fortress, among breath taking views of the Urubamba mountain range and the Urubamba River. Then, you will descend to the Inca Bridge near Ollantaytambo. Return to your Hotel. Overnight in the Sacred Valley. Free Night
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Note: The Season is from mid April to January and River rafting level is Class 2-3 rapids. No prior experience required.
After Breakfast, our guide will transfer into Chinchero town (3,850 m.a.s.l). Your journey starts at the Colonial temple, which is seated on Incas base. Afterwards, you will visit archaeological places and the Inca Andean terraces. Continuing your tour, you’ll trek to Urquillos. It’s a walk along the old Inca trail that connects with Chinchero. While you walk, you can see the different Inca buildings, old colonial houses and small villages that accompany on the way. You will have a stop for rest and Lunch; then you will start to go down the trek. You will arrive at Urquillos town and go to cross way landscape route towards Huayllabamba town. Return to your hotel. Overnight in Sacred Valley. Free Night.
Meals: Breakfast, Box Lunch
INCA TRAIL HIKING - HUYALLAMBA
After breakfast, you will have a free morning to explore Cuzco.
In the Afternoon, you need to pack things for 4 camping Days. You will be transferred to Huayllambamba. You will start your trekking escorted by the porters, going through semi-arid terrain along the Uruamba River with magnificent views of snow-capped mountains. After, you will leave the Urubamba valley and then you can have the overview have set off up the Kusichaca River, You will stop here to the first camp site in Huayllabamba (around 3000 meters). Dinner included. Overnight in camp site. Free night.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
INCA TRAIL HIKING - PACAYMAYO
After breakfast, you will begin to walk to the Warmihuañusca pass (4200 meters approximately). It is a mountain located in the Inca Trail to Machu Pikchu, southwest of the archaeological site of Patallaqta. When at the top, it will be possible to see the other side of the way leading to Runkurakay ruins. The ruins lie on the southern slope of the mountain Runkuraqay near the Runkuraqay pass, northeast of the archaeological site Sayaqmarka and southeast of the site Qunchamarka. You will stop for rest and Lunch. You will continue the trekking following this route and at the end of this magnificent landscape, you will stop at a place called Pacaymayo (3600 meters). There, you will find a river that is originated in the Willkapampa Mountain. It is near the Warmi Wañusqa pass and the archaeological site of Runkuraqay and the Runkuraqay. You will stop here for camp site. Dinner. Overnight in the camp site. Free Night
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
INCA TRAIL HIKING - WIÑAYWAYNA
After breakfast, you will depart from Pacaymayo to the Runkurakay circular ruins. There is no sign of human life, only great forests and abrupt hills. After a good rest and lunch, you will start to go down then you’ll notice that the Inca Trail is well preserved from this point. You will get the steps which go up to Sayacmarca ruins (3620 meters approximately). From Sayacmarca the stone road begins to go into the jungle, continuing yor trek towards Phuyupatamarca ruins. The trail crosses the “Lago Seco” and for brief moments the trail goes up and down. Then, you cross “The Tunnel”, a natural cavity produced by a landslide but adapted by the Incas. The Inca Trail has well-traced borders and continues on the hills full of moss and ferns. After crossing a small pass, you will see some steps under the Ceremonial Center of Phuyupatamarca ruins (3650 meters approximately). The hiking continues for 3 more hours until you reach Wiñaywayna (2700 meters). It is the main archaeological site after Machu Picchu in the Inca Trail. You will stop at the descendant to the campsite. Overnight in the camp site. Free Night.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
INCA TRAIL HIKING - MACCHU PICCHU
After breakfast, you will start the last trekking day. You’ll go down the Winaywayna trail, and see the Urubamba valley and the river. The path goes down to Wiñay Wayna ruins to Inti Punku (2740 meters approximately), It was a old fortress of the sacred city, Machu Picchu and it is also the name of an Incan Trail connected to Machu Picchu. It was believed that the steps were a control gate for those who enter and exited the Sanctuary. It is one of the most important archeological constructions. It’s also known as the Sun god. You will stop for a boxed lunch. From this place, you will follow this path until Machu Picchu (2450 meters). It looks unreal and beautiful. You will have the rest of the day to visit the entire citadel. After, you will head down to the town of Aguas Calientes. Return to your Hotel. Overnight in Aguas Calientes. Free Night.
Meals: Breakfast, Box Lunch.
After breakfast, you will have free morning to explore Aguas Calientes.
In the afternoon, you will go back to Cusco by train, and transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Cusco. Free Night
After breakfast, you will be transferred to Airport.
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