• Days: 13 Days

Days 1 & 2: Lima

Arrive into Lima and transfer to your hotel for an overnight stay. Lima has a number of interesting museums specifically the Gold Museum and the Larco Herrera (great for lunch or dinner too). There are a number of very good restaurants particularly in the Miraflores and Barranco districts.

Days 2 & 4: Arequipa

Transfer to the airport and fly to Arequipa. Met and driven to your hotel for the next two nights. Arequipa is picturesque and much easier to get around than Lima. There are a number of miradors around the city with fine views and the countryside is very pretty. There is a small but good museum and the convent of Santa Catalina is a must see.

Days 4 & 6: Colca

Collected and driven to the high canyons of Colca for the next two nights. The scenery is beautiful with many farmers using the steep terraces to grow hardy crops. A visit to the Cruz del Condor is a must, in the early morning the condors rise from the canyon on the warm thermal air currents. Although wildlife is never guarenteed it is a magnificent sight.

Days 6 & 8: Lake Titicaca

Collected and driven by shared transfer to Puno for your two night stay on Lake Titicaca. Puno is a higgledy piggledy town but fun to explore. The most popular boat trip is to visit the floating reed islands of Uros and Taquile, home to a small agricultural community. Further afield is Suasi Island, perfect for relaxing. This is a perfect border crossing into Bolivia as Sun Island is on the Bolivian side.

Days 8 & 10: Cusco

Take the bus or luxury train to Cusco, stay for the next two nights. Cusco has a rich historical past, capital of the Inca empire there are some amazing examples of Inca masonry work and impressive colonial buildings. A city tour is really recommended and it is easy to visit the archaeological sites just outside of town. There are plenty of bars, shops and restaurants.

Days 10 & 12: Sacred Valley

Be driven to the Sacred Valley for the next two nights. There are plenty of things to do in the area, including white water rafting, mountain biking, riding and walking. The Sacred Valley has artisan markets and a number of small villages specialising in textiles. There are plenty of interesting Inca architectural sites such as the fortress of Ollantaytambo.

Days 12 & 13: Machu Picchu

Take the train to Aguas Calientes and stay in Machu Picchu for the night. The Inca Citadel is unique and does take time to explore, to climb up Huanya Picchu takes a few hours and requires a pre-purchased ticket. It is possible to walk the classic Inca Trail/Mountain Lodges of Peru, or you can opt for the 1 day Inca Trail which involves no camping.

Days 13 & 14: Cusco

Take the train back to Cusco for an overnight before flying elsewhere.

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