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Luxury Peru Program 10 Days

US$ 7500* per person domestic flights included

Luxury Peru itinerary packs in many of Peru’s magnificent landscapes and classic experiences into an action packed but luxurious 10 days in this endlessly diverse and fascinating Andean Kingdom. Prepare to be surprised, enlightened and spoiled on this holiday of a lifetime!

This tour is a for clients looking for that little bit extra – stay at some of the finest hotels in Peru, located to give wonderful views and easy access to the fascinating areas that we are exploring in our itinerary. This is also a tour for those who appreciate the very finest in Peruvian and international cuisine. Perfect for those looking for a relaxing but constantly entertaining getaway, an anniversary or perhaps even a honeymoon!


Price per person sharing a double room accommodation, from: US$ 7500*
Single supplemment: US$ 2940
* Price includes an international flight to Peru in economy class. Possible to upgrade to business
or first class seats.

Day By Day Itinerary

Day 1: Lima.

Upon arrival at Lima International Airport you will be met by one of Machete Tours representatives and transferred to the beautiful Miraflores Park Hotel. Here you enjoy 2 nights with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean from one of the hotels Ocean View Executive Suites. On settling in we will provide a brief explanation of the following day’s itinerary and answer any questions you may have regarding your new surrounds. The Miraflores district is a modern, pleasant and easy to navigate district of Lima, and perfect introduction to the ‘City of Kings’. The afternoon and evening are left free to explore your surrounds or relax from your flight as you see fit.

Miraflores Park Hotel

Day 2: Lima to Cusco.

This morning on our Luxury Peru Program we will have a guided tour of Lima’s old colonial centre and the impressive Gold Museum, one of the most important collections of pre-Colombian artefacts in Peru. Lunch will be at the fabulous Hacienda Moreyra Restaurant, one of Lima’s finest eateries. The late afternoon and evening are left free for private exploration (B, L).

Day 3: Lima to Cusco.

Early morning flight to Cusco, the former capital of the Inca Empire. On arrival in Cusco you will be met by a Machete Tours representative and transferred to luxurious and historic Hotel Monasterio. You will have a Deluxe Oxygen Enriched Room to help you acclimatize to Cusco’s thin mountain air! Lunch will be served at the Illary Restaurant. In the afternoon we take a guided tour of some of Cusco’s Key Historic Sites. Evening at leisure to explore Cusco’s lively nightlife (B, L).

Hotel Monasterio Cusco

Day 4: Cusco to Machu Picchu.

In the morning you will be transferred to Poroy Train Station in Cusco to board the luxurious Hiram Bingham train service and to begin you journey to the legendary World Heritage Site of Machu Picchu. Breakfast will be served on the train as awesome vistas reveal themselves. We arrive in Aguas Calientes and our taken to the beautiful Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, set with 12 acres of gardens and lush cloud forest. After lunch there’s the opportunity to enjoy two guided walks, learning about the Andean flora and fauna and the fragile cloud forest environment before enjoying an A-la-carte dinner (B, L, D).

Day 5: Machu Picchu to Cusco.

An early morning wildlife walk is offered before taking breakfast and heading up to the high peaks above Aguas Calientes for a guided tour of the awesome Machu Picchu World heritage Site. Return to Inkaterra for Lunch before boarding the Hiram Bingham train service for Cusco in the afternoon. Dinner and cocktails will be served on the train. On arrival in Cusco you will be transported back to your room at the Monasterio Hotel. Evening free to explore Cusco (B, L, D).

Day 6: Cusco & Sacred Valley of the Incas Tour.

Today on our Luxury Peru Program we take a full day tour of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, visiting the living towns and facinating Inca sites of Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Chinchero. We enjoy lunch in the lovely Huayocari House, with magnificent views of the Sacred Valley. After our last stop at Chinchero we return to Cusco and Hotel Monasterio for the night. Evening free (B, L).

Day 7: Cusco to Puno.

Checking out of the Monasterio at 8.30am we board our private tour bus and begin an epic 7 hour journey across the Peruvian ‘Altiplano’ towards the city of Puno and Lake Titicaca beyond. We break the journey at the magnificent Temple of Virococha, the Inca creator god and admire the view from the magnificent pass of La Raya.

Passing through Puno we arrive at the shores of Lake Titicaca. Our accomodation is the exclusive Titilaka Hotel, set on the shores of the Lake on the Chucuito Peninsular. This Luxury Peru Program evening is free to relax, enjoy the hotel’s wonderful Lake View Spa or just soak up the wonderful atmosphere on the shores of this, the highest naviagable lake in the world at 3810m above sea level (B, L, D).

Day 8: Lake Titicaca Tour.

Today we explore Lake Titicaca by boat visiting the lovely traditional island of Amantani and having lunch with a local family before continuing on to visit the famous floating reed ‘islands’ of the Uros people. We return to the Titilaka Hotel in the early evening (B, L, D).

Day 9: Puno to Lima.

After an early morning transfer from Juliaca Airport (08.30am) arriving in Lima about 10 am. On arrival in Lima you will be met and transferred to the Country Club Hotel. An excellent lunch will be served at  the Hotel Restaurant. Afternoon is free to relax in the hotel’s gym or even play a few rounds of golf at the Lima Golf Club. This evening we meet at 19.00 for the short ride to the Brujas de Cachique Restaurant, home of some very special Peruvian and Creole Cuisine (B, L, D).

Country Club Lima

Day 10: Lima.

This morning you can take an optional guided tour of the Miraflores Indian Craft Market and the Larcomar Shopping Centre. Lunch will be offered at the Rosa Naútica Restaurant overlooking the Pacific Ocean. This establishment offers an incredible variety of excellent Peruvian and International Cuisine. After lunch we can relax at the hotel before being transferred to Lima’s Jorge Chavez International Airport for you return flight (B, L). End of our Luxury Peru service.

Luxury Peru Program 10 Days


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Explore the highest navigable lake in the world, Lake Titicaca, home to the Uros, the floating islands and indigenous people from both the Quechua and Aymara cultures. The great glacial mountains in the vicinity of Cusco and the Sacred Valley, gods to the Incas and to the local people are additional reminders of the great forces that have sculpted not only this landscape but also its people and its cultures.

From Indigenous cultures arriving in South America thousands of years ago grew the power of the Incas. Machu Picchu, the remarkable UNESCO world heritage site and ‘lost city’ was discovered 106 years ago by Hiram Bingham and remains a unique example of an ‘untouched’ Inca city. Cusco, our base in this part of Peru is a remarkable, cosmopolitan city than provides ample demonstration both of its position of Inca capital and colonial stronghold. It was here that two of world’s great cultures collided. Historical, natural and cultural our Luxury Peru Program will inspire all visitors to this truly remarkable and enchanting country

As on all Our  tours, you´re taken care of from beginning to end – airport/dock transfers and domestic flights are included!

Depart any day and customize your Peru tour at no extra charge! We are family tour specialists.

  • Private airport pickup at the beginning of trip and drop off at end of the trip
  • Southern Crossings bilingual guide
  • Domestic flights – Lima-Puerto Maldonado, Puerto Maldonado-Cusco, Cuzco-Lima
  • Seven nights of 3 star hotel accommodation, three nights of camping (on the Inca Trail), two nights 3 star jungle lodge accommodation, one night family stay on Lake Titicaca
  • Four day Inca Trail excursion –  including bilingual guide, food, cooks, porters, tent, sleeping bag and mat
  • Guided tour between Cusco and Puno, including buffet lunch
  • Private two-day Lake Titicaca excursion
  • Three day rainforest lodge excursion
  • Six breakfasts, seven lunches, and six dinners while on Inca Trail, rainforest and Amantani Island excursions
  • Breakfast – included every morning with your hotel stay
  • The Cusco Visitor’s Ticket – which includes entrance to the ruins in and around Cusco and the Sacred Valley, and many churches and museums in Cusco
  • Private Machu Picchu excursion – including bilingual guide, round trip train fare, transportation to/from ruins/Aguas Calientes, and entrance to the Machu Picchu sanctuary
  • Private Lima city tour
  • Private Cusco city tour
  • 24 hour customer support line while on tour

Travel Insurance is not included – a good policy covering all tour activities and possible health emergencies is
highly recommended and should be considered a priority.
International flights can be purchased independently or by consulting Machete Tours.
• Tipping is expected in Peru (although this is not essential).
• Airport Tax for international flights (currently $35).
• Meals not specified in the program
• Alcoholic beverages

  • Required documents

    All travelers to Peru are required to have a passport valid for at least six months from date of entry. Visas are not required for E.U., U.S., Canadian, Australian or New Zealand passport holders. For other nationalities, please consult the nearest Peruvian embassy or consulate. An onward ticket and proof of funds may also be required at entry and should be available to show to immigration. Traveler’s checks, currency, or a bank statement, from the bank or printed off the internet, are sufficient for proof of funds.

    Required immunizations

    Travelers may wish to receive hepatitis vaccinations and should be current on all other standard vaccinations. The rainforest area of Peru (approx. 3500 ft. and below, east of the Andes) is a malarial and yellow fever zone. The yellow fever vaccination is reccomended and travelers may wish to take malarial prophylaxis. Please consult your physician or local health department for more information.

    Things to bring

    One should come prepared for outdoor activity at temperatures ranging from 35° to 85° Fahrenheit / 2° to 30° Celsius, and for extremes of sun and the possibility of rain. A recommended list of things to bring:Please note: We provide a sleeping bag, foam mat, and of course tent. While hiking the Inca Trail, porters will accompany us to carry most of our things, including all the camping gear. Each passenger is allowed 15 pounds of personal items which will also be carried by the porters. Such items would include warm clothing for camping, toiletries, a book, music, or other entertainment, etc. During the day we’ll be using a daypack and will just need to carry water, snacks, rain gear, and a layer or two for changing weather conditions. Most people also carry a camera.

    • Passport and, if necessary, visa
    • ATM card (notify your bank you will be travelling to Peru)
    • Airline ticket
    • Photocopies of airline ticket and documents
    • Wearable pouch for documents and money
    • Sturdy backpack or suitcase
    • Smaller, comfortable day pack
    • Hiking boots or sneakers, comfortable and worn-in
    • Sandals or flip-flops
    • Rain poncho or jacket
    • Waterproof pants
    • Sun hat
    • Hat for cold weather
    • Warm clothing for cold weather (think layers)
    • T-shirts
    • Socks (thin wool or biking socks are best), undergarments
    • Swimsuit for hot springs
    • Camelback or Nalgene refillable bottle (optional)
    • Flashlight and/or head lamp
    • Sunscreen (biodegradable & eco-friendly)
    • Insect repellent (biodegradable & eco-friendly)
    • Lip balm
    • Earplugs
    • Alarm clock or watch
    • Sanitizing hand wipes or gel
    • Camera / Camera batteries
    • Binoculars
    • Reading material
    • Toiletries

    It is best to bring from home such items as prescription medications, eyewear and care, unusual film and camera batteries. Please bring all used batteries back home with you to recycle!


    For your international flights, please check with your airline. Within Peru, you are allowed 20 kilos (44 lbs) of checked baggage, as well as one carry-on and another small, purse-like item. The carry-on size regulations are the same as international carry-on size regulations.


    Rain is possible at any time of year, especially in high mountains and cloud forest, and one should always be prepared. The climate in sites we will visit is as follows:

    Cusco and the Sacred Valley: days are warm if sunny, slightly chilly if cloudy. Nights are chilly in Cusco.
    Lake Titicaca: similar to Cusco but colder.
    Lima: warm to hot days, cool evenings, almost never any rain.
    Amazon basin: hot and humid year-round. We recommend light clothing (in weight and in color) that fully cover arms and legs to avoid mosquito bites.

    Money guide

    The unit of currency in Peru is the nuevo sol. Automatic cash points are available in Lima and Cuzco. Visa, MasterCard, Plus, and Cirrus are the most common usable types of cards. Traveler’s checks are difficult to cash (American Express is best but you may be charged 5-8% to cash) or a Visa or MasterCard for cash advances are also options. Do not bring Money Grams or International Money Orders, as they are extremely difficult to exchange. Banks and exchange houses are available in Lima and Cuzco. For currency, U.S. dollars are recommended and most easily exchanged. Please note that cash must be untorn. It can be older-looking, but even the slightest tear on an edge will make it un-changeable. Acceptable bills come out of the ATMs in country. Expect to spend about US$3-10 on a meal, US$2 on a beer, water or soft drink in Peru. Artisan market prices are usually lower than people expect. Alpaca sweaters, for example, run between $5 and $30. Currency Converter

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