Welcome to Lima, the City of Kings, a large metropolis full of history and cultural heritage. Travel with us around our great capital and see the Convent of San Francisco which was built during the colonial era and visit its famous catacombs.
This full day tour takes you to the famous and popular parts of the Sacred Valley starting off in the famous town of Pisac. This is a fully guided tour with an English speaking guide who will explain everything about the different towns and ruins in the Sacred Valley.
The Colca Canyon which is more than 1 kilometer deep is considered to be the deepest canyon in the world! It also has picturesque pre-Inca sites, breathtaking scenery and friendly Native American villages with traditionally dressed inhabitants.
In our City Tour of Puno, you’ll be able to see the colonial buildings with Spanish influences on the Plaza de Armas, main square, and a great view of the highest navigable lake in the World, Lake Titicaca.
We will start your Ancash visit with a pick up from your hotel to take a City Tour. We will visit the archaeological remains of Willcahuain and Antaoco. Both are from the Wari – Tiwanacu period. Once here, we will be able to appreciate the funeral mausoleums that were built in different levels as well as the magnificent scenery that encircles it.
We will start your full day tour by picking you up from your hotel in Chachapoyas and head out to the fortress city of Kuelap. The drive will take around 3 hours and you’ll have the chance to enjoy the landscapes and see a few small traditional towns along the way
In the Cajamarca region there are different customs and traditional festivals, the most famous being Carnaval. Typically the local people (as well as people coming in from all over the country) sing and dance to traditional carnival songs. In this full day tour of Cajamarca, you’ll be able to see a little of the traditions of the local people and the history of the area.
Located along the south coast close to Lima, Paracas is an oasis in the desert plains of Peru. It is known to be the region of sand and sea, oases and valleys. In its vicinity you will still feel the influences of the Paracas, Nazca and Chincha cultures.
You’ll be able to see remnants from that prosperous era with its impressive buildings which have kept their beautiful tiles and iron balconies. You’ll also have the chance to see the “Iron House”, designed by renowned engineer Gustave Eiffel, and learn how it was built in Iquitos main square.
We will visit the Main Square and the Freedom Monument, the Cathedral, The Calonge Urquiaga House (neoclassical-style house adapted as a museum, which has gold pieces of the Chimu culture as well as furniture of the Virreynal and Republican eras in exhibition), the Emancipation House, Recreo Park, “La Merced” Church.
We’ll travel through the mountains, beautiful valleys, and rural communities as well as visiting Ninamarca Chullpas (tombs) which belong to the pre-Inca culture (Lupacas). When we arrive in Acjanaco, entering the MANU NATIONAL PARK, we will have a picnic lunch in a beautiful spot
We’ll take a bus and drive through the mountains, beautiful valleys, rural communities and we’ll visit the Ninamarca Chullpas (tombs). These Chullpas belong to the pre-Inca culture of the Lupacas. From here we will drive up the last mountain and arrive at Acjanaco, which is at the entrance to the MANU NATIONAL PARK.
On our first day of our tour, we’ll start with your pick up at the airport of Puerto Maldonado. We’ll take a short tour of the city by bus and then head out to Port Capitania. Here we’ll board a boat on the Madre de Dios River where we’ll have the chance to see the capybara, cayman, turtles, herons, cormorants and other animals.