Discover the wonders of Peru’s heartland by taking a tour to Machu Picchu. Our Machu Picchu vacation packages include private tours, transfers, and quality hotels. Hit just the highlights of the Incan Empire or combine a trip to Machu Picchu with a visit to the Amazon or the Galapagos Islands. Our following South America tour packages include a visit to Machu Picchu:
Hidden among the Peruvian Andes, never discovered by the Spanish, is the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. During a Machu Picchu luxury tour, walk amongst the most impressive and well-preserved site of pre-Columbian America and let your breath be taken away.
The Amazon basin is one of the most bio-diverse places on the planet. Explore the river tributaries and go on a guided jungle walk to discover the exotic wildlife and plants. Then enjoy one our Machu Picchu luxury tours.
Visit two of the most important sites in South America. Begin with an exploration of the unique island wildlife and then experience the grandeur of the Incan citadel during this Machu Picchu and Galapagos tour.
Explore Arequipa, the city built from volcanic ash, then travel through the Colca Canyon to observe the majestic condor soar. Experience island hopping Peruvian style in Lake Titicaca and cap it off with a luxury Machu Picchu tour.
Whether looking for the perfect honeymoon, a trekking adventure in the Andes, or an active family vacation, Machu Picchu and the surrounding areas of Peru offer some great options.
Cultural festivities, weather, and crowds are all crucial considerations for deciding when to visit Machu Picchu. We've tried to make some sense of the options and to highlight the differences.
Peru's Precolombian cultures demonstrate a long history of agricultural experimentation. Now the modern gastronomic boom is highlighting its culinary value at the international level.
Posted on Saturday July 13, 2013
Look at any classic photo of Machu Picchu and draw your eyes to the back right. That’s Wayna Picchu, the perfectly placed green peak, complementing the ruins below. And you don’t have to content yourself with just taking photos of it—you can take photos from it as well. Hiking Wayna Picchu (also spelled Huayna Picchu) [&hellip